Skip to comments.Americans of All Parties Agree: Sarah Palin Should Go Away
Posted on 07/09/2014 2:52:30 PM PDT by Oldeconomybuyer
Dislike of Sarah Palins constant media presence is a remarkably non-partisan affair, as more than half of registered voters wish shed be quiet according to a new poll.
54 percent of people surveyed said they wished to hear less from Palin, the poll from The Wall Street Journal/NBC News/Annenberg found. That position was favored by two-thirds of Democrats, a majority of independents, and, most notably four in 10 Republicans. Thats a sizable group of people from the party that, just a few years ago, supported her nomination for vice president. In this time of increasing political polarization, Americans can agree on one thing: Sarah Palin should just go away.
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"Constant media presence"?
If I didn't come here everyday, I could go for months without hearing anything about her at all.
Note, this was posted in the News section not Opinion.
Of course, it's opinion, but it may not actually be in the printed paper. A lot of what you find online is just some blogger spouting off (nowadays, though, more people may be reading the bloggers than the actual paper paper).
We’ve had to endure Jimmy Carter’s comments for close to 40 years, but he won’t go away! At least Sarah Palin is brutally honest and darn near prophetic when she speaks. Americans need to hear what she says, because it may save us. Particularly the part about impeaching Obama.
72% of the idiots who voted for odinga want him to go away.
100% of everyone else wants odinga to go away.
... sez the “Boston Globe” ... NUTS!
Lies, lies, lies out of Boston in a poor attempt to protect Hillary Clinton and Liz Warren.
The Boston media elites fear Sarah and Americans love Sarah.
4 in 10 republicans, that would be the GOPe...
I notice there wasn’t any asking if they were tea party...
Gee I did not get a survey call asking me if she should go away! She and her family would be welcome here anytime.
Everyone I know agrees that Boston is full of A$#H*&ES.
“Everyone I know agrees that Boston is full of A$#H*&ES.”
For the record, my birds really like decorating that rag.
I don’t give a rat’s patoot what a newspaper publishes when that editor pronounces the island south of Florida as Cuber.
I really like your pet.
There is a simple barometer that measures just how effective one is in attacking the strongly held beliefs of the intellectual and institutional Left in this country - listen for their cries and complaints. The one that yelps is the one that was hit by the flung stone.
Sarah’s aim is both accurate and deadly, and it has had a telling effect in smoking out these specious arguments and phony postures. Americans of “all parties” are by no means all Americans, as the two major parties have some pretty broad divergence of opinion on a number of different issues. One party is much less divergent than the other, to be sure, but even within the ranks of Democrats, there are still some social and fiscal conservatives. They are vastly outnumbered by the radical elements.
Within the Republican party, there is a much wider divergence, but the radical elements are much smaller in number. Most of the more fiercely individualistic and self-reliant persons are only Republican in passing, considering themselves to the “conservative” or “libertarian” first, and only incidentally and sometimes allies of the greater Republican party. There is another element within the Republicans, which may be best considered to be “fifth columnists” who much prefer to pull the Democrat lever once in the secrecy of the voting booth, but they make a great display of getting enrolled as “Republicans”. They may even be dues payers, but trust in it, they are there to actively sabotage any Republican strategies that may lead to decisive victory over the Democrats, and most particularly when the Democrats are dead wrong.
As Democrats often are, about finances, about human relationships, about religious principles, and about civil conduct.
Or just about the simple concept of playing while giving all sides an even break, and let the free market decide. They always have to be giving “handicaps” to those projects they do not agree with, or “head starts” to those which they consider their “special projects”.
Prejudice and favoritism are two sides of the same coin. And it is counterfeit, no matter who wants to spend it.
Yet it’s the same old song. Young, snot nosed Ivy-ish punk masquerading as a “Journ-O-List” This brat doesn’t know the first thing about life and hardship, no doubt given everything by Mom & Dad
Come back when you grow up, “girl”
Make a female go away?
Sounds like a war on women to me.......
For a bunch of people who consider Palin to be a walking cartoon, etc., they sure do talk about her a lot. She lives rent free in their heads, and that makes me smile.
Good thing the Boston Globe is a serious, unbiased news source, or they might have said something REALLY mean.
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