Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Another Sarah's Misstep... And She Want's To Be President?

by: Les Carpenter
Rational Nation USA


If there was any doubt Sarah Palin lacked the gravitas and intelligence to be this nation's chief executive she has removed all doubt. After her pronouncements today there should be be no doubt in anyones mind.

The audio clip of Sarah's pronouncements (link below) at best illustrates her lack of focus. At worst it brings into question her basic intelligence.

Sarah Palin's remarks on North Korea.

So, Tea Party members and those others enamored of her folksy Alaskan charm, think long hard about encouraging her to run for President on the Republican ticket in 2012 or anytime thereafter. For if she should seek the nomination and win it will insure that the Demotheft party wins the Presidency. Sarah Palin is the Republican w= equivalent of Joe Biden.

Come to think of it had the U.S. stayed clear of the Korean civil war in 1950 we wouldn't be facing this situation today. An example of the Military Industrial Complex and the United States hunger for global dominence.

Founding Fathers where are you when we need you?

Cross Posted to the Left Coast Rebel.

Via: Memeorandum

4 comments:

  1. Her remarks weren't brilliant, but anyone can misspeak. I'm sure there are better reasons not to vote for her than those remarks and missteps.

    I like her, and while I'd vote for her under certain situations, I keep hoping that the Republicans will find a likeable, legitimate conservative to run for president in 2012.

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  2. Gorges - I "like her" as well. But she ain't qualified to be president IMHO.

    If the Republithugs run her Obama is a shoo in. This is also my HO, but it is supported by polling data.

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  3. An opinion that I don't disagree with either, Les, but I could NEVER vote for Obama!

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  4. Gorges - Neither could I, neither could I!

    Should that become the choice, Palin or Obama, I shall abstain fro casting a vote for President.

    Call it a protest vote, but the reality is Palin will result in assuring the "Great Impostor's" reelection.

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