No more references as "THE PALIN WOMAN"

  • HndsmKansan

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    Oct 01, 2008 1:47 AM GMT
    Well let me say I've had two RJ members that have pointed out that it is really in poor taste for me to refer to Govenor Palin as "The Palin Woman".
    While I meant it as a combination humorous and slightly disrespectful manner, I understand where they are both coming from and so I will
    refer to her as "Palin" or "Govenor Palin" in the future. Both of these RJ members I respect a great deal and after a spitting match earlier today with one
    (then about a 2 hour phone call to clear the air and who I care a great deal about).... I would encourage everyone to keep in mind the big picture.

    I certainly don't want Palin as VP, but no reason to cause issues with others needlessly.

    Obama 08!

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  • Koaa2

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    Oct 01, 2008 1:53 AM GMT
    I wonder if these are from the same people who villified the Clintons for years, and called them every name in the book.

    I would be very careful if I were you, and would not give into these people.

    The Republicans will stop at nothing to win this election, we have seen it before, and will see it again.

    I will continue to call her a Post Turtle!
  • HndsmKansan

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    Oct 01, 2008 1:54 AM GMT
    Well I loved your "post turtle" thread....LOL
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    Oct 01, 2008 1:59 AM GMT
    Regardless of her official title, I have no respect for the woman. Respect is something that you EARN and not something that a title gives you.
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    Oct 01, 2008 5:49 AM GMT
    She will live on as that palin woman forever!!!!
  • GQjock

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    Oct 01, 2008 6:25 AM GMT
    Hmm ... Funny
    Nobody's said anything to me about me calling her Caribou Barbie
    or me calling Gramps Grampy McSame

    But then again if someone asked me to refrain would I listen? NAAH! icon_cool.gif
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    Oct 01, 2008 7:19 AM GMT
    Personally I like caribou barbie -- seems rather appropriate as barbie was never known for her speaking skills.

    Anyway we'll see what happens after Thursday.

    But really, HndsmKansan, if you're not going to call her the 'Palin Woman' then shouldn't others here stop calling Obama some of the things that they are calling him?

    I mean you are going to give into those who are arguing that you have been disrespectful in addressing the republican vice-presidential candidate, but have they been arguing for respect and non-racially directed comments or names against the Democratic candidate. I'm sorry but unless those who are offended by you calling here the 'Palin Women' are willing to stick their necks out and be offended by racially motivated language against the democractic candidate, then it is hypocrasy. Maybe to some it is not respectful to call her the 'Palin Women', but which is worse, to call her that or to direct racial slurs to the other candidate? And if you're offended by one shouldn't you be offended by the other?

    Just asking and wondering about those riding their 'high-and-mighty-horse' about the 'Palin Woman'.
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    Oct 01, 2008 7:25 AM GMT
    Fine, ....then we are back to "the bitch" ... icon_eek.gif


    .... be careful what you wish for
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    Oct 01, 2008 7:32 AM GMT
    Let me see there's been the emphasis on Obama's middle name, Hussein, or calling him Barry Hussein -- and the people referring to him thus were hardly his supporters and certainly not making any more flattering comments than those callin Palin the 'Palin woman', or those who referred to him as the hidden muslim -- he's not.

    So those calling for not calling for the 'Palin women', let's see your faces. Come forward and say who you are and call for respect on both sides of the presidential compaign, and don't do it behind the scenes or through in intermediarry. Let's see who you are and let's see you support respect across the board. Otherwise it really doesn't mean anything.
  • metalxracr

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    Oct 01, 2008 7:35 AM GMT
    NOOO! What about us that enjoy your use of, "The Palin woman" ?


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    Oct 01, 2008 7:39 AM GMT
    HndsmKansan saidI understand where they are both coming from and so I will refer to her as "Palin" or "Govenor Palin" in the future. Both of these RJ members I respect a great deal and after a spitting match earlier today with one (then about a 2 hour phone call to clear the air and who I care a great deal about).... I would encourage everyone to keep in mind the big picture.
    These are not the "Hussein" people are they? icon_lol.gif Oh wrerick already brought it up ..
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    Oct 01, 2008 7:41 AM GMT
    I suppose to be more precise, we could say "the stupid bitch"

    ...or even better "the stupid bitch from Alaska"

    ...."the stupid bitch from Alaska who can see Russia from her house"

    ...."the stupid bitch from Alaska who can see Russia from her house and will have to get back to us on the Bush Doctrine"

    ...."the stupid bitch from Alaska who can see Russia from her house and will have to get back to us on the Bush Doctrine and who thinks dinosaurs roamed the Earth with humans cuz she has seen the pictures of human footprints in dinosaur tracks"

    ...oh, you know the one I mean....The Palin Woman .... icon_lol.gif
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    Oct 01, 2008 7:55 AM GMT
    HndsmKansan saidWell let me say I've had two RJ members that have pointed out that it is really in poor taste for me to refer to Govenor Palin as "The Palin Woman".
    While I meant it as a combination humorous and slightly disrespectful manner, I understand where they are both coming from and so I will
    refer to her as "Palin" or "Govenor Palin" in the future. Both of these RJ members I respect a great deal and after a spitting match earlier today with one
    (then about a 2 hour phone call to clear the air and who I care a great deal about).... I would encourage everyone to keep in mind the big picture.

    I certainly don't want Palin as VP, but no reason to cause issues with others needlessly.

    Obama 08!

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    I agree the Palin "woman" is certainly an inappropriate term icon_lol.gif
  • metalxracr

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    Oct 01, 2008 9:05 AM GMT
    AMT87 said
    HndsmKansan saidWell let me say I've had two RJ members that have pointed out that it is really in poor taste for me to refer to Govenor Palin as "The Palin Woman".
    While I meant it as a combination humorous and slightly disrespectful manner, I understand where they are both coming from and so I will
    refer to her as "Palin" or "Govenor Palin" in the future. Both of these RJ members I respect a great deal and after a spitting match earlier today with one
    (then about a 2 hour phone call to clear the air and who I care a great deal about).... I would encourage everyone to keep in mind the big picture.

    I certainly don't want Palin as VP, but no reason to cause issues with others needlessly.

    Obama 08!

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    I agree the Palin "woman" is certainly an inappropriate term icon_lol.gif


    HAHAHA! nice one!
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    Oct 01, 2008 9:35 AM GMT
    "The Sow"
  • MuslDrew

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    Oct 01, 2008 10:13 AM GMT
    After the things Obama has been called on this site? Gov. Palin is overly sensitive to the media handling of her and now guys are overly sensitive to her being referred to as that woman? And it involved a 2 hour phone call? Seems dramatic to me
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    Oct 01, 2008 10:29 AM GMT
    When the Palin woman had just been announced as VP candidate and I didn't know who she was, my eyes played a trick on me, in the way that I mistook a crowd of republicans on tv for democrats.

    from far away it looked as if their posters said something like "McCain is Pain", but I realized seconds later that it read McCain & Palin.

    so now, McCain and Pain is how I think of the pair.
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    Oct 01, 2008 10:50 AM GMT
    after reading this from her latest interview, I think she is more of a bitch that I first thought

    "And quizzed about her position on gay-rights, Palin cited a homosexual friend whom she is close with before noting that she "made a choice" about her sexuality.

    "I have," she said, "one of my absolute best friends for the last 30 years who happens to be gay and I love her dearly. And she is not my gay friend. She is one of my best friends who happens to have made a choice that isn't a choice that I would have made.""

    Why is it everytime bigots spout off, they say they have gays friends. WTF, what gay person would be friends with someone who does not support their civil rights or mere existence to live?

    Plain needs to go back to Alaska
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    Oct 01, 2008 10:53 AM GMT
    I seem to remember one particular Republican poster who called you out for being "classless" for your use of "the Palin woman"....but he routinely refers to the Democratic nominee as "Nobama".

    Hmm.
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    Oct 01, 2008 11:56 AM GMT
    Okay so from now on we'll all refer to the canidates thusly.

    That Palin Woman

    The Black One

    The Old Guy

    and Whats His Name.

    equal-opportunity disrespect.
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    Oct 01, 2008 12:04 PM GMT
    Crimthann saidOkay so from now on we'll all refer to the canidates thusly.

    That Palin Woman ...alternative: Caribou Barbie

    The Black One ...alternative: Ears

    The Old Guy ....alternative: White hair, wrinkled guy

    and Whats His Name. ...alternative: Biden

    equal-opportunity disrespect.
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    Oct 01, 2008 12:42 PM GMT
    chungo44 saidShe will live on as that palin woman forever!!!!


    Ha, awesome. I agree that respect is earned and not given. This woman, a newscaster, a beauty Queen, mother to the likes of the Spears clan, is simply not fit to run this country in any way. Great job in Alaska, yet it takes a bit more to run the US.
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    Oct 01, 2008 1:08 PM GMT
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  • HndsmKansan

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    Oct 01, 2008 1:37 PM GMT

    Watch out Pattison, I might change my mind.....
    jk.......icon_biggrin.gif



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    Oct 01, 2008 1:44 PM GMT
    The elective title should not be omitted.

    Governor Sarah Failin