Hey Palin, is that the Wasilla Wink? (Cheney, vote, McCain)
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She was so obviously rehearsed. She refused to stay on topic about things that she knows nothing about of course. Her "N-U-C-U-L-A-R" floored me. She is a Bush with lipstick..right up Vampire Cheney's alley, this girl.
She was a sportscaster in bumpkin town so she can mimic talking points.
She most likely acquired that annoying wink in that time frame of her illustrious career!
Last edited by sickofnyc; 10-03-2008 at 09:47 AM..
Yeah, that is where we'll get the really accurate critique of her "performance."
If Biden had evaded so many issues as she clearly did, it would never have been forgiven. She never had anything to say in defense of McCain's failed Bush policies as Biden pointed them out to her. I didn't know that in a debate one of the participants can change the subject at will. Tina Fey should and will have a party with that one.
And ya have to wonder how she got elected mayor of a small town?????How the bush/McCain crowd spotted her??
Sleaze....she's sleaze....like a used car salesman, "Sweet little deal for ya and I'll throw in that Country CD"...wink, wink.
We have one of these at work....one day my female boss told her "Stop flirting with me, I'm not a man, it doesn't work"....
From what I have read, Wasilla is the meth capital of the Nation. I suppose it was not difficult to get elected in a place like that. I don't know how many of its residents actually crawled out to vote on election day.
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