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Palin on FOX

Would you bet $ Sarah Palin will be sacked from Fox News before the end of the year?  

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  1. 1. Would you bet $ Sarah Palin will be sacked from Fox News before the end of the year?

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On OReilly. He fed her questions and she agreed. Not the FAIL we were looking for, but she has still got plenty of time to really FAIL hard.I can't wait to see the internet montages of the nonsense she spews.

 

Apparently there is a bookie taking bets on whether she will last the year before being sacked.

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i think i speak on behalf of the group when i say, who fucking gives a fuck?

 

if i wanted to watch a dipshit drooling brain-jelly all over the place, it's not like i didn't already have plenty of options

 

oh jolly capitalism, thank you for so many flavors of fuckedness!

 

:)

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On OReilly. He fed her questions and she agreed. Not the FAIL we were looking for, but she has still got plenty of time to really FAIL hard.I can't wait to see the internet montages of the nonsense she spews.

 

Apparently there is a bookie taking bets on whether she will last the year before being sacked.

 

you left out "quit"

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Not the FAIL we were looking for

 

Be honest and tell us how you really feel...

 

And besides, why are you liberals so afraid of her?

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But first...

 

Her message for the future generations!

 

:lmao:

 

Governor Palin is a great supporter of America's free enterprise system and understands that industries like the beverage alcohol industry play a key role in driving our national economy.

 

:shock: Think of all the jobs drunkenness helps to create!

 

We expect she will share with the convention attendees her analysis of the current political environment and her vision for America's future

 

Bringing the wisdom of Alaska to the big stage: fat, drunk and stupid. And a retard shall lead them.

 

 

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Not the FAIL we were looking for

 

Be honest and tell us how you really feel...

 

And besides, why are you liberals so afraid of her?

 

You're correct here. Liberals should not be afraid of her. Once the "base" of whom she gets so fired up get enough prolonged exposure to her, the majority of them will see her for what she really is. A media savvy self serving self prompting under-educated idiot. Get her out there for all to see. Her shortcomings are not the product of a left wing biased mainstream media attack squad. She truly is all show. Enjoy it while it lasts.

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the majority of them will see her for what she really is. A media savvy self serving self prompting under-educated idiot.

 

Already the opinion of even Alaska's conservatives, who are now understanding what exactly she meant when she resigned so that "she could better serve the people of Alaska"- by moving to the lower 48 to more fully embrace her narcissism.

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Once the "base" of whom she gets so fired up get enough prolonged exposure to her, the majority of them will see her for what she really is.

 

How is she worse than GW, besides her not being born with a silver spoon in her mouth?

 

Granted, her sex puts her at a disadvantage with misogynists.

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A media savvy self serving self prompting under-educated idiot.

 

She's one of us.

 

That pretty much says it all.

 

I just wonder though if the elitist attitude in both parties will take a thumping in 2012 as populist sentiment is consolidated into a viable political force fueled by the continuation of conditions mimicking economic depression.

 

Also, I could never understand the incongruity of neglecting the folks closest to one, say abusive alcoholic Uncle Joe or your next door neighbor, yet at the same time advocating a Kumbaya approach to complete strangers on the other side of the globe because you think the they're getting a bad rap. Why are people nicer to people they don't know as opposed to someone you might know?

 

Familiarity breeds contempt? People of Wal-Mart?

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A media savvy self serving self prompting under-educated idiot.

 

She's one of us.

 

That pretty much says it all.

 

I just wonder though if the elitist attitude in both parties will take a thumping in 2012 as populist sentiment is consolidated into a viable political force fueled by the continuation of conditions mimicking economic depression.

 

Also, I could never understand the incongruity of neglecting the folks closest to one, say abusive alcoholic Uncle Joe or your next door neighbor, yet at the same time advocating a Kumbaya approach to complete strangers on the other side of the globe because you think the they're getting a bad rap. Why are people nicer to people they don't know as opposed to someone you might know?

 

Familiarity breeds contempt? People of Wal-Mart?

 

"Alcoholic Uncle Joe" is a great guy, deep down, and we all love him. But we won't be letting him take the kids out for a Sunday drive, either.

 

And we don't want him to be President.

 

If you think xenophobia, racism, paranoia, 16th century religious fundamentalism that belongs on the same shelf with Harry Potter and Batman, and lack of education (elitists! OMG) is just what we need, knock yourself out.

 

 

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How can the Libraian porn star look fail? she is Destined to be a shock talk show host, similar to Glen Beck and Rush Limbaugh for FOX it’s all about ratings and money, and for Palin it’s about capitalizing on here fame before the next presidential election that is why she quit her governorship of Alaska and slammed out that book.

She makes me laugh when she talks politics.

 

 

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sarah palin seems to me to be dan quayle w/ a pair of tits

 

i'm w/ tvash - i love having her around - she's a hoot

 

i will become alarmed when she's a red cunt hair away from becoming prez though :)

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A media savvy self serving self prompting under-educated idiot.

 

She's one of us.

 

That pretty much says it all.

 

I meant she should join Spray.

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Familiarity breeds contempt? People of Wal-Mart?

 

No, accountability results from knowledge, when it is available but it isn't for most and populism can be easily co-opted (cue the teabaggers who want what's good for the health insurance industry)

 

Leaving people and their land alone is a "kumbaya approach"? wtf?

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sarah palin seems to me to be dan quayle w/ a pair of tits

 

i'm w/ tvash - i love having her around - she's a hoot

 

i will become alarmed when she's a red cunt hair away from becoming prez though :)

 

I don't love having her around for entertainment...I don't watch Springer either. I love having her around because she's a cancerous carbuncle on the RNC.

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She's one of us.

 

That pretty much says it all.

 

I just wonder though if the elitist attitude in both parties will take a thumping in 2012 as populist sentiment is consolidated into a viable political force fueled by the continuation of conditions mimicking economic depression.

 

Also, I could never understand the incongruity of neglecting the folks closest to one, say abusive alcoholic Uncle Joe or your next door neighbor, yet at the same time advocating a Kumbaya approach to complete strangers on the other side of the globe because you think the they're getting a bad rap. Why are people nicer to people they don't know as opposed to someone you might know?

 

Familiarity breeds contempt? People of Wal-Mart?

 

"Alcoholic Uncle Joe" is a great guy, deep down, and we all love him. But we won't be letting him take the kids out for a Sunday drive, either.

 

And we don't want him to be President.

 

If you think xenophobia, racism, paranoia, 16th century religious fundamentalism that belongs on the same shelf with Harry Potter and Batman, and lack of education (elitists! OMG) is just what we need, knock yourself out.

 

You're failing to understand what I'm saying, not that you're unintelligent but perhaps I didn't state it right. Shouldn't domestic problems such as unemployment take precedence?

 

The Obama administration might be preparing to tackle the illegal immigration issue ( Obama Readying Immigration Overhaul Despite Political Risks) but will he do so at the risk of alienating many voters who are unemployed or underemployed?

 

 

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She's one of us.

 

That pretty much says it all.

 

I just wonder though if the elitist attitude in both parties will take a thumping in 2012 as populist sentiment is consolidated into a viable political force fueled by the continuation of conditions mimicking economic depression.

 

Also, I could never understand the incongruity of neglecting the folks closest to one, say abusive alcoholic Uncle Joe or your next door neighbor, yet at the same time advocating a Kumbaya approach to complete strangers on the other side of the globe because you think the they're getting a bad rap. Why are people nicer to people they don't know as opposed to someone you might know?

 

Familiarity breeds contempt? People of Wal-Mart?

 

"Alcoholic Uncle Joe" is a great guy, deep down, and we all love him. But we won't be letting him take the kids out for a Sunday drive, either.

 

And we don't want him to be President.

 

If you think xenophobia, racism, paranoia, 16th century religious fundamentalism that belongs on the same shelf with Harry Potter and Batman, and lack of education (elitists! OMG) is just what we need, knock yourself out.

 

You're failing to understand what I'm saying, not that you're unintelligent but perhaps I didn't state it right. Shouldn't domestic problems such as unemployment take precedence?

 

The Obama administration might be preparing to tackle the illegal immigration issue ( Obama Readying Immigration Overhaul Despite Political Risks) but will he do so at the risk of alienating many voters who are unemployed or underemployed?

 

 

It's been my experience that the Kumbaya folks care about people close and far, and that terms like 'Kumbaya' and 'elitist' provide excuses for not giving a shit about anyone but number 1. And the fucked up alcoholic Uncle Joe as an example of someone you should 'care for'? WTF is up wit dat?

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