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  • [Sarah Palin]Senate Republicans: Vote No on New START

    12/17/2010 12:14:45 PM PST · by onyx · 50 replies
    NRO - The Corner ^ | December 17, 2010 12:13 P.M. | Sarah Palin
    The proposed New START agreement should be evaluated by the only criteria that matters for a treaty: Is it in America’s interest?  I am convinced this treaty is not.  It should not be rammed through in the lame duck session using behind the scenes deal-making reminiscent of the tactics used in the health care debate.  New START actually requires the U.S. to reduce our nuclear weapons and allows the Russians to increase theirs.  This is one-sided and makes no strategic sense.  New START’s verification regime is weaker than the treaty it replaces, making it harder for us to detect Russian cheating.  Since we now know...
  • Freepers who want Sarah Palin to be President in 2012. Please all other stay out

    11/27/2010 12:56:43 PM PST · by factmart · 524 replies
    This thread is only for freepers who want Sarah Palin to be President in 2012. Please all (TROLLS)other stay out.
  • Graham: Palin 'toying' with running for president

    10/17/2010 10:17:53 AM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 62 replies · 1+ views
    Politico ^ | 2010-10-17 | Chris Frates
    South Carolina Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham said Sunday that Sarah Palin is considering a run for president in 2012. "She's obviously toying with the idea," Graham said on CBS's "Face the Nation."
  • Sarah Palin is not 'committed to running' for president in 2012, White House bid not her 'focus'

    08/04/2010 8:06:31 AM PDT · by pissant · 239 replies · 1+ views
    NY Daily News ^ | 8/4/10 | Nina Hartenstein
    Sarah Palin may be a popular pick for Republicans in 2012, but the former Alaska Gov. is staying cagey on her presidential plans. "I've never committed to running for president," Palin said on Fox News Sunday. "That's not where my focus is." Instead, Palin says she is devoting her attention to getting Republicans back in office this fall.
  • Palin and Mondale

    07/08/2010 3:37:04 PM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 80 replies
    American Conservative ^ | 2010-07-08 | Daniel Larison
    To understand why Democrats ever picked Mondale, you have to understand where the party and where the country was in 1982 and 1983, when the nations verdict on Reagan and his policies was far less positive. In those days, with unemployment surging over 10 percent and the presidents popularity slipping to sub-Carter levels, Democrats mistakenly assumed that the 80 election had been a mirage. The electorate, they figured, had acted in haste and was rapidly returning to its senses. The results of the 1982 midterms, when Republicans (who had begun the cycle with claims that theyd win...
  • On Palin: The Politics of Criticism vs. the Politics of Destruction

    06/26/2010 1:15:17 PM PDT · by CondoleezzaProtege · 91 replies · 1+ views
    June 26, 2010 | vanity
    It is good to criticize fanaticism, esp. BLIND fanaticism, but be equally weary of the fanatical Palin haters that parade around this site. Regardless of how some mask their true wishes for Palin in "constructive critic" guise, there are plenty of writers and thinkers out there who offer honest critique of Palin while having her and our country's best interests in mind and therefore want her to come out WINNING. Most of the FR trolls who post the latest Palin hit-piece of the day could care less for Palin and take joy everytime she supposedly "falls." To these types, Palin...
  • AZ-Sen. 2010: McCain anticipates 'a very nice reunion' with Palin ("I am very grateful")

    03/22/2010 9:35:34 AM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 138 replies · 1,549+ views
    (snip) McCain told C-SPAN his campaign has received an "overwhelming response of people that want to come to the rallies." "Sarah did galvanize our party after she agreed to be my running mate, and the speech she gave at the convention," McCain said. "I am sure she will do the same thing when she comes to Arizona." He added: "It will be a very nice reunion, to have the chance to spend some time with her, and I am very grateful that she would come to Arizona." (snip)