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Archaic
09-18-2008, 01:04 PM
Do you think Sarah Palin is qualified to serve as Vice President of the United States? (http://www.pbs.org/now/polls/poll-435.html)

Is it just me or is she hot?? LOL!!

Alpha Doe
09-18-2008, 01:20 PM
No & No :)

gutpile
09-18-2008, 01:54 PM
Hell yea!.........

John Brown Jr.
09-18-2008, 02:02 PM
Do you think Sarah Palin is qualified to serve as Vice President of the United States? (http://www.pbs.org/now/polls/poll-435.html)

Is it just me or is she hot?? LOL!!

I'm afraid this election was just decided in the last 48 hours. With the bail out of AIG we tax payers have now footed the bill for yet another company incapable of running itself. Call it poor timing or just plain bad luck, it has happened at a critical period for the Republicans. No matter how hard McCain/Palin now try to separate themselves from the present administration and its continued blunders at home and abroad, I'm afraid the clock has struck midnight.

With the bailout of these companies we now know one thing for certain....... there will be more to follow. Detroit will be next and according to experts, that will cost us around 60 Billion. After that every large company in the country with financial problems will scream for federal relief.

What would have happened if we'd not bailed out these companies? Financial ruin for our country? All the indicators point to yes, but I still can't approve of the action. I'd rather weather the storm now than have my children pay for it later. I was raised by my Grandmother and taught what depression is like from an eyewitness. I assure you it's not pretty but the time has come to pay the piper and pay for the mistakes of those who made these terrible financial decisions.

Now, even as I write this the Feds are printing more money, money that will ultimately reduce the value of the dollars in our pockets. What happened? I believe it was a stretch of terrible events coupled with a new found greed that brought us to this point. Beginning with 9/11 and including but not limited to, a war on terror, Katrina, midwest flooding, Gustav, Ike and the increased dependancy on foreign oil to run our country.

No doubt, this President has faced trails never witnessed by a modern day Chief Executive and anyone who doesn't take this into account is simply being blind. So while the Democrats flounder around trying to nail Palin and offer no concrete plans other than socialism and the Republicans do their best to distance themselves from this President, I'm afraid the American people will be the biggest losers of all, not just when November comes but for years to come.

Sometimes party loyalty has to take a backseat to common sense.

bush hill
09-18-2008, 02:17 PM
common sense? what's that? when talking about the government it seem's to go right out the window. i sure do know that i'm sick of working to support people in government instead of the other way around. i don't see any end in sight and i've got a long long way to go. i suggest all people working in the senate and house get treated like the rest of us. fired for doing a bad job, get raises for doing a good job and so on. i just don't get how these people(dems and reps) stay in office after the crap that has gone on in our country.

John Brown Jr.
09-18-2008, 02:21 PM
common sense? what's that? when talking about the government it seem's to go right out the window. i sure do know that i'm sick of working to support people in government instead of the other way around. i don't see any end in sight and i've got a long long way to go. i suggest all people working in the senate and house get treated like the rest of us. fired for doing a bad job, get raises for doing a good job and so on. i just don't get how these people(dems and reps) stay in office after the crap that has gone on in our country.

Bush, I feel like we maybe just be about as close as were going to get in terms of demanding some changes. For me personally, that's why I don't support the bailouts. Let those companies sink and then let things get bad enough. Then you'll see some major changes in the system. However, until then it's just going to be business as usual.

Lobes
09-18-2008, 03:43 PM
Hasn't really mattered since President Kennedy and President Nixon who the vice president is. I won't be letting that make a difference how I vote. I'll let that be determined by how they want to handle the issues. Seems the republican and democratic parties are more concerned with insulting each other than presenting a plan to get our internal and foreign issues resolved. They have talked about how they feel about some of these issues but aren't willing to make a commitment on how to go about what they would like to see get accomplished. Pretty much sounds like they have no plan.
Could be a good year to vote non party ...

NBG

Archaic
09-18-2008, 04:13 PM
Sometimes party loyalty has to take a backseat to common sense.

Yep we know how much of a Non-Patriot you are. Step up and pay your fair share...

pineghost
09-18-2008, 04:38 PM
I'm sure most up here remember Ross Perot all those years ago saying "You here that sucking sound" you gotta admit that guy knew how to run the economy.

I haven't voiced any political views up here but my honest opinon is that niether party will really make much difference in the economy for me the common working man. With todays prices, middle class for me is probably out of reach. So my vote goes for the party thats gonna protect the 2nd amendment and my right to hunt.

Face it when George Soros, Chavez, and other terroist support obama, theres a problem.

WVhunter
09-18-2008, 05:05 PM
Do you think Sarah Palin is qualified to serve as Vice President of the United States? (http://www.pbs.org/now/polls/poll-435.html)

Is it just me or is she hot?? LOL!!

She is freak'n hot:D And that's all I have to say about that :rolleyes: