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    Nov 23, 2009 5:24 PM GMT
    I'm all about people believing in what they want and if theyre republican or democrats fighting for office then that's cool kudos to them...but what scares me is that the people in this video love Sarah Palin and support her 100%, but NO ONE knows anything about her policies!!!! is this how people are voting?!

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    Nov 23, 2009 7:18 PM GMT
    Since Jetsetter is not here to say it- I'm afraid I will have to assume the mantle.

    some of us americans are just dumb. there's no two ways about it
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    Nov 23, 2009 7:44 PM GMT
    Blackguy4you saidSince Jetsetter is not here to say it- I'm afraid I will have to assume the mantle.

    some of us americans are just dumb. there's no two ways about it


    Only some. You had Bush for how long?
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    Nov 23, 2009 9:13 PM GMT
    good ol' Americans!! making the world proud since 1776!

    BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH
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    Nov 23, 2009 9:26 PM GMT
    no, whats scary, is these americans know they are stupid (honestly, how could they not) and they don't care, they are happy with the sub par intelligence they hold on to weakly...

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    Nov 23, 2009 9:27 PM GMT
    Yep, many of us are just a box of rocks....
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    Nov 23, 2009 9:28 PM GMT
    This is why I should become American dictator...for life
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    Nov 23, 2009 9:41 PM GMT
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    BAAAAAAAA! BAAAAAAAA! BAAAAAAAAAAA!
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    Nov 23, 2009 9:50 PM GMT
    Just like the assholes that voted for Obama.
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    Nov 23, 2009 9:52 PM GMT
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    BAAAAAAAA! BAAAAAAAA! BAAAAAAAAAAA!

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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    Nov 23, 2009 9:53 PM GMT
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    Nov 23, 2009 9:58 PM GMT
    That photo is just scary... they started cloning in Alaska now? shit...
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    Nov 23, 2009 9:59 PM GMT
    Gosh I didn't know Ohio or middle America had such a worldly and well educated bunch of nice people!? icon_rolleyes.gif


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    Nov 23, 2009 10:02 PM GMT
    Absolutely amazing!! I was at her book signing this past Sunday at Barnes & Noble in Roanoke, VA. I went to see, but more importantly listen to what these bloody sheep had to say amoungst themselves. (I would estimate the flock of mindless sheep were about a thousand in number. Whilst walking through the parking lot, I noticed several motorcars that had scrolled on their back windows, '400 mile drive for Palin!' Some were even higher in mileage. Saw one that said 700 miles! icon_lol.gif )

    After watching this YouTube clip, I really don't have to go into detail at all. Those dolts that they interviewed are EXACTLY as stupid and moronic as the ones at her book signing here.

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    Nov 24, 2009 12:18 AM GMT
    Wow, some of the comments are outright stupid, ex: Put Polar bear out of endangered list so we can drill there or If something happens between Russia and America, then she would be first one to help (being in Alaska).

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    Nov 24, 2009 12:30 AM GMT
    I think it might be amusing if somebody actually read this book that was written for her, and in public, ask her some specific questions about it. I'll bet that she's never read it.
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    Nov 24, 2009 12:37 AM GMT
    somebody could also put together a video showing the ignorance of democratic people or any other party. this guy doesn't also show full interviews (but who would watch so much video besides the creator). maybe each person had better information on other things. it's easy to pick the "duh" moments and show case them like this.

    BUT, i do like how he didn't really lead the people with argumentative, or misleading responses to their answers. he more over asked them to clarify their answers, which most of them couldn't do. they just repeated the same empty rhetoric they hear over and over. a better answer to some of those questions would have been "Has anyone really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like?"
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    Nov 24, 2009 12:50 AM GMT
    Even if she were a Rhodes Scholar, I wouldn't vote for a quitter. What's she gonna do when things heat up in the Oval Office -- bail?

    (Just had a funny image of her with "Joe the Plumber" as her running-mate. LOL)
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    Nov 24, 2009 12:57 AM GMT
    If you don't want Socialism then we need to get rid of Medicare, Social Security, Unemployment Benefits, Disability Benefits Etc...Which majority of these "Anti-Socialits Patriots," are either collecting themselves or are close to someone who is...
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    Nov 24, 2009 1:04 AM GMT
    I read an article on 'Right Wing Watch' where Palins statements from an interview with Hannity were put together to try to form some idea of what her policies were. About the closest she came was, advocating cutting taxes, and to stop dithering on Afghanistan and 25 responses to his questions suggesting that we need to bring back 'common sense solutions'. She doesn't know where she stands on policy, so its no damn wonder her followers get stymied when asked about her policies. She makes blank statements that she's for freedom and the constitution, and her followers are kinda like ''you had me at freedom'. What does it mean? very little !!! because there's no depth to the woman, she's shown little curiosity of the world around her, so she has no basis to form policies. The woman is shallow as hell, and God help us if the dumb public actually increases in their backing her, enough to get nominated by the Republican party. Many of us never thought that Bush would be put back into the White house for a second term, but they did. Republicans are swinging hard right, and the woman just may continue to rise in popularity with them. Be very afraid of what ignorance can produce in politics !!!!
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    Nov 24, 2009 1:27 AM GMT
    My favorite is the guy in the Steelers jacket.

    Think Lenny the Idiot from "Of Mice and Men" but more idiot.

    He has 2 of her books.
    You think he's really going to read them? I bet he uses them as coasters for his Pabst Blue Ribbon.

    I'm thankful I'm a New Yorker.

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    Nov 24, 2009 2:08 AM GMT
    Musclequest saidAbsolutely amazing!! I was at her book signing this past Sunday at Barnes & Noble in Roanoke, VA. I went to see, but more importantly listen to what these bloody sheep had to say amoungst themselves. (I would estimate the flock of mindless sheep were about a thousand in number. Whilst walking through the parking lot, I noticed several motorcars that had scrolled on their back windows, '400 mile drive for Palin!' Some were even higher in mileage. Saw one that said 700 miles! icon_lol.gif )

    After watching this YouTube clip, I really don't have to go into detail at all. Those dolts that they interviewed are EXACTLY as stupid and moronic as the ones at her book signing here.

    Cheers,
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    I wonder is she is still paying for her mortgage and continues to drive??













    The truth is that for every Sarah Palin fan interview segment you post, one can come up with 10 that mirror the same stupidity from Obama fans. And for every 10 videos from stupid Obama fans, one can find another 10 from more stupid Sarah Palin fans. And for every 10 of those new videos from stupid Palin fans, one can find another 10 from stupid Obama................you get the drift.

    YAWN!! icon_rolleyes.gif

    It is fairly stupid to try to represent all Obama or Palin supporters--or any candidate for that matter--by pointing out to stupid uninformed people. Most voters are incredibly uninformed and make decisions based on little or no information, biased point of views, or whatever seems to be important to them at a particular point in time. Others just go with whatever is most popular among the circle of people they surround themselves with. Most gay Americans side with the democratic party because the democrats are "believed " to support gay causes. Most christian conservatives support republican candidates because republicans are "believed " to support traditional values or whatever. But very few gays, or christian conservatives, or any members of any group, are actually well-versed in the political and social issues facing our nation.

    Most Americans are more concerned about watching their favorite tv shows, who did what to whom in celebrity-land, or what lady gaga wore at some fucking stupid award show. Indeed, this is completely understandable because a thorough examination of political issues tends to concentrate in topics that are complex and not particularly entertaining. This is why both sides employ one-liner tactics in an effort to simplify the debate and cause people to take sides without considering all aspects involved.

    Most of the people who went to her book signing are fans, and from what I saw, there were mothers, teenagers, senior citizens, and some who appear to not have finished high school. They were waiting for the chance to meet one of their favorite celebrities--just like the Obama supporters were when they went to his book signings and his many speeches.

    No political party has a monopoly on zealotry or stupidity. If you believe one party has such a monopoly, then I rest my case because you would just be making my point. icon_rolleyes.gif

    And the fact that you took the time out of your schedule to visit a Palin rally, er...book signing, just to confirm your predisposed opinion that Palin followers are dumb does not shine a flattering light upon you. If you wanna sell crazy, there's plenty out there who will buy it. I'll pass. And as I make my way through all Palin and Obama uninformed supporters, I'll flip them my special finger simultaneously.

    Oh, and to all those foreigners who like to ridicule Americans claiming we are uninformed, I'll urge to take a look at your own fellow citizens. In fact, most of the developed and developing countries buy, use, see, consume, etc, what comes out of the US, all while bitching and complaining that America is the worst. There are stupid people in America just as much--or less--than in the rest of the world.

    I'll go count sheep now. icon_neutral.gif
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    Nov 24, 2009 4:42 AM GMT
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    Musclequest saidAbsolutely amazing!! I was at her book signing this past Sunday at Barnes & Noble in Roanoke, VA. I went to see, but more importantly listen to what these bloody sheep had to say amoungst themselves. (I would estimate the flock of mindless sheep were about a thousand in number. Whilst walking through the parking lot, I noticed several motorcars that had scrolled on their back windows, '400 mile drive for Palin!' Some were even higher in mileage. Saw one that said 700 miles! icon_lol.gif )

    After watching this YouTube clip, I really don't have to go into detail at all. Those dolts that they interviewed are EXACTLY as stupid and moronic as the ones at her book signing here.

    Cheers,
    Keith






    The truth is that for every Sarah Palin fan interview segment you post, one can come up with 10 that mirror the same stupidity from Obama fans

    It is fairly stupid to try to represent all Obama or Palin supporters--or any candidate for that matter--by pointing out to stupid uninformed people. Most voters are incredibly uninformed and make decisions based on little or no information, biased point of views, or whatever seems to be important to them at a particular point in time. Others just go with whatever is most popular among the circle of people they surround themselves with. But very few gays, or christian conservatives, or any members of any group, are actually well-versed in the political and social issues facing our nation.

    Most Americans are more concerned about watching their favorite tv shows, who did what to whom in celebrity-land, or what lady gaga wore at some fucking stupid award show.

    Most of the people who went to her book signing are fans, and from what I saw, there were mothers, teenagers, senior citizens, and some who appear to not have finished high school. They were waiting for the chance to meet one of their favorite celebrities--just like the Obama supporters were when they went to his book signings and his many speeches.

    No political party has a monopoly on zealotry or stupidity.

    And the fact that you took the time out of your schedule to visit a Palin rally, er...book signing, just to confirm your predisposed opinion that Palin followers are dumb does not shine a flattering light upon you. If you wanna sell crazy, there's plenty out there who will buy it. I'll pass. And as I make my way through all Palin and Obama uninformed supporters, I'll flip them my special finger simultaneously.

    Oh, and to all those foreigners who like to ridicule Americans claiming we are uninformed, I'll urge to take a look at your own fellow citizens. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>I can agree with you to the degree that US population is pretty much an uninformed group on both sides of the political spectrum. But come on !!! Don't tell me that you cannot see that the Obama enthusiasts had a pretty well informed substantial person to follow as compared to the likes of Sarah Palin, God comparing the two is like trying to compare apples to raisins. You don't see the empty rhetoric, signs, and speeches at an Obama event that you do at a Palin, Tea Party, Glen Beck-9/12 event, or a Bachman protest. Are you really saying you cannot see a difference ?? You embarass yourself if you can't. Take a look at the education level and the income levels of what parts of the US went for Obama, and what parts went for McCain/Palin. You cannot tell the difference? Come on !!! As for belittling MuscleQuest for his attendance with preconceived ideas, What do you expect? have you lived in the south for any long period of time as apposed to living in a metro area, a college town, the northwest, or northeast, where people are much more educated, or ? He's probably like me, I know what to expect, but its still amazing to watch when you make it a point to be informed, an event like that is alarming, and embarassing even for those attendees who embarass themselves. At least the Obama fans had something of substance to look up to, what in Gods name does Palin have? Empty statements, and baseless charges for political gain and that's about it. As for The 'people from other countries' Have you traveled to Europe, or lived in a college town and become acquainted personally with many from other country's? Their young people are far more informed than ours, and I say this from personal experience. There is a huge difference in the Rhetoric coming from the followers of Palin when compared to Obama's, I think if you'ed take the time to go to mingle among these two's followers at a rally that you'd come away saying you'd rather be among the Obama fans. Unless your a Faux News, Died in the wool Fundamentalist Christian Righter. Then it would take a lightening strike before you'ed 'see the light'.
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    Nov 24, 2009 10:39 PM GMT
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    Musclequest saidAbsolutely amazing!! I was at her book signing this past Sunday at Barnes & Noble in Roanoke, VA. I went to see, but more importantly listen to what these bloody sheep had to say amoungst themselves. (I would estimate the flock of mindless sheep were about a thousand in number. Whilst walking through the parking lot, I noticed several motorcars that had scrolled on their back windows, '400 mile drive for Palin!' Some were even higher in mileage. Saw one that said 700 miles! icon_lol.gif )

    After watching this YouTube clip, I really don't have to go into detail at all. Those dolts that they interviewed are EXACTLY as stupid and moronic as the ones at her book signing here.

    Cheers,
    Keith
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    The truth is that for every Sarah Palin fan interview segment you post, one can come up with 10 that mirror the same stupidity from Obama fans. And for every 10 videos from stupid Obama fans, one can find another 10 from more stupid Sarah Palin fans. And for every 10 of those new videos from stupid Palin fans, one can find another 10 from stupid Obama................you get the drift.

    YAWN!! icon_rolleyes.gif

    It is fairly stupid to try to represent all Obama or Palin supporters--or any candidate for that matter--by pointing out to stupid uninformed people. Most voters are incredibly uninformed and make decisions based on little or no information, biased point of views, or whatever seems to be important to them at a particular point in time. Others just go with whatever is most popular among the circle of people they surround themselves with. Most gay Americans side with the democratic party because the democrats are "believed " to support gay causes. Most christian conservatives support republican candidates because republicans are "believed " to support traditional values or whatever. But very few gays, or christian conservatives, or any members of any group, are actually well-versed in the political and social issues facing our nation.

    Most Americans are more concerned about watching their favorite tv shows, who did what to whom in celebrity-land, or what lady gaga wore at some fucking stupid award show. Indeed, this is completely understandable because a thorough examination of political issues tends to concentrate in topics that are complex and not particularly entertaining. This is why both sides employ one-liner tactics in an effort to simplify the debate and cause people to take sides without considering all aspects involved.

    Most of the people who went to her book signing are fans, and from what I saw, there were mothers, teenagers, senior citizens, and some who appear to not have finished high school. They were waiting for the chance to meet one of their favorite celebrities--just like the Obama supporters were when they went to his book signings and his many speeches.

    No political party has a monopoly on zealotry or stupidity. If you believe one party has such a monopoly, then I rest my case because you would just be making my point. icon_rolleyes.gif

    And the fact that you took the time out of your schedule to visit a Palin rally, er...book signing, just to confirm your predisposed opinion that Palin followers are dumb does not shine a flattering light upon you. If you wanna sell crazy, there's plenty out there who will buy it. I'll pass. And as I make my way through all Palin and Obama uninformed supporters, I'll flip them my special finger simultaneously.

    Oh, and to all those foreigners who like to ridicule Americans claiming we are uninformed, I'll urge to take a look at your own fellow citizens. In fact, most of the developed and developing countries buy, use, see, consume, etc, what comes out of the US, all while bitching and complaining that America is the worst. There are stupid people in America just as much--or less--than in the rest of the world.

    I'll go count sheep now. icon_neutral.gif


    Hope you have woken up from counting your repuGlican sheep. icon_lol.gif
    The reason I went to this book-signing/church revival/palin rally is because I heard that there were going to be at least 700 idiots there. I really wanted to see if I could find by listening to them, any intelligent life out there. As I assumed I did not. And from looking at these minions, they weren't all backwood's hillbillys. There were people there of all social/ecnomic levels. I really just mingled and listened to all different types.
    Now you took offense to me doing this because you feel that me calling the palin minions out to be the idiots that they are, (And they truly are. Make no bloody mistake.), is the same as my saying that about all repuGlicans. That is not true. Seriously. Saying that repuGlicans are stupid is not what I implied at all. I think the repuGlicans are many things, stupid is not one of them. (Although you did put bush in office, not once....but twice.)
    However, if you were offended by this because you are a member of the palin flock....well stupid is as stupid does.
    And as one of the foreigners that you pointed, most Europeans know much more about their respective government's workings then the majority of americans. I have bounced between Europe and america since I was a child. It's simply a sad fact. America's government is really an interesting system. The cast of characters that have been elected are even more interesting. (And believe me the European counterparts are as colourful.) However the citizens here, 50 and under, seem not interested in learning about their own government. They seem fine going in, voting, and walking away. That's sad. I hope it changes.
    Comparing palin supporters to Obama supporters is apples to oranges. Even though palin supporters are repuGlicans, I really don't bunch them with other repuGlicans. They are so far below the scales of stupid it's not even funny.
    Cheers,
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    Nov 24, 2009 10:42 PM GMT
    Hillary shouldve won, the end