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Sarah Palin Vogue PICTURES!

Posted: August 29th, 2008 in Sarah Palin by LALATE

Sarah Palin Vogue

PICTURES! Here are the photos of Sarah Palin in Vogue Magazine. Sarah Palin looked HOT on the cover of Vogue.

Back then, online bloggers refered to her as “little known”. That sure has changed.

Honestly, Palin looks so hot you might hit on her before discussing off shore drilling policies in the 21st century.

Palin is a former beauty queen, turned sports reporter, who then entered local politics before becoming Alaska’s Governor. She has been a champion for the citizens of Alaska with 80 to 90% approval ratings. And now she wants to be a champion for the citizens of the U.S.

Palin spoke about the spread: “Can you imagine if our administration would choose to shun any kind of national limelight and let them capitalize on some of the negative with the corruption trials,” Palin said. “Yes, it’s humbling,” she said, “but it’s also a responsibility we’ve taken on: changing Alaska’s image.”“It was the most perfect day in the world with the new snow,” she said. “Everything was just too perfect: the mountains and the sun and the fog on the lake.”

When asked about her favorite meal, Palin responded “Moose stew after a day of snowmachining”!

Click here and here for pictures of Sarah Palin as a beauty queen.

Here are more pictures of Sarah Palin for Vogue:
Vogue 2 | Vogue 3.

For more about Sarah Palin, click here.

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  1. Steve Elliott (alapoet) said,

    on August 30th, 2008 at 4:19 pm

    Ho hum. zzzzzzz

  2. Nichole McCready said,

    on September 4th, 2008 at 7:42 am

    She is very beautiful and should be proud of it. Does her beauty make her a good candidate? No. She makes herself a good candidate with more guts than we’ve seen from a candidate in YEARS!

  3. KP said,

    on September 7th, 2008 at 1:57 pm

    Cheap shot artists, Vogue. There’s nothing vogue about Vogue.

  4. KP said,

    on September 7th, 2008 at 9:21 pm

    Censorship is alive and well in the land of the print media. Wow! Scary! Cutting of the end of my comment above. A VP candidate in lingerie? On AOL? Wow! How rude.

  5. JC said,

    on September 12th, 2008 at 1:51 pm

    I am scared to death of the fact that this woman can be the President of the United States should the 72 year old McCain die in office. This is what we should be talking about. We don’t need a Hockey mom in the White House.

  6. KM said,

    on September 12th, 2008 at 9:02 pm

    Do we need a stupid n?

  7. XS said,

    on September 13th, 2008 at 9:09 pm

    You’re ignorant. I bet that “n” has more sense then you ever would.

  8. Devin said,

    on September 15th, 2008 at 2:26 pm

    Hey KM,
    Ha!! It is absolutely hilarious that you would make such a truly STUPID comment. You reveal yourself to be a complete inbred neanderthal when you make a negative racially-charged remark in the year 2008. You probably can’t help it though. Your poor mother and father(?) are to blame for breeding such a waste of skin.

  9. G. Jackson said,

    on September 18th, 2008 at 1:07 pm

    KM, I will pay you $1000.00 to post your home address.

  10. Angel said,

    on September 19th, 2008 at 7:46 am

    Hey KM,

    I bet you are a conservative republican are’nt you?

  11. Joe Cool said,

    on September 20th, 2008 at 12:40 am

    Actually, KM is a Hillary/Bill supporter (from past posts).
    Obama has served a total of 143 days in the Senate, mostly voting “present”. That makes him qualified? He also had Jim Johnson, who was up to his eyeballs in Fannie Mae (giving Obama housing and financial advice and searching for a VP) and left FM with a really nice multi-million compensation package.

  12. JM said,

    on September 20th, 2008 at 3:09 am

    I’ll add another $1,000 if KM posts his home address. Let’s see if you can do the talk instead of hiding behind a computer. I would love to pay a visit.

  13. Rob Anderson said,

    on September 20th, 2008 at 5:17 pm

    G. Jackson and JM post your address. You idiots must trailer trash demos!!

  14. dave simms said,

    on September 21st, 2008 at 7:43 am

    Palin is the real deal!

  15. Sydney said,

    on September 21st, 2008 at 12:07 pm

    I think that all of you who say that Sarah Palin should become vice president because if John Mccain dies she will be president and that wouldn’t be good are all a bunch of mother f’in idiots because if she does become vice president and later on president, that would be the greatest thing to happen to the US in a really long time!!! If any of you support Baraj Obama and you vote for him, you are just killing our country because if he is in office he will kill out own country because he has ties with terrorists and we will all die! Besides if his wife said that this is the first time she has ever been proud to be and American then there is no reason why she should become the first lady!!!!! Obama didn’t even put his hand on his heart during the pledge of allegiance and then why should this terrorist moron be our president!!!!! Vote John Mccain and Sarah Palin 2008!!!!!!!!!! I LOVE SARAH PALIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  16. Sydney said,

    on September 21st, 2008 at 12:20 pm

    JM, Joe Cool, Devin, XS, and KP are the dumbest people ever!!!! Go die! I support John McCain and Sarah Palin and I am extremely proud of it!!! On the other hand Dave Simms, Nichole McCready, and KM you rock for supporting John Mccain and Sarah Palin!!! I just wish there weren’t soooooooooo many idiots who are voting for Barak Obama and Joe Biden!!!!

  17. Ron Fousek said,

    on September 21st, 2008 at 3:28 pm

    You guys all sound like idiots. You are voting on these people based on how you feel. Make an educated choice. If you vote for John Mccain you keep the status quo. If you vote for Obama you vote for a change. What does the vice president do until the president dies. Basically nothing. Comparing Barak and John, you get an old guy who wants to keep on pushing for the old ways of doing things and not realizing that we need to change on a fundamental level. Barak understands this and is more of a go getter than Mccain is. How many times has he ran for president and not won? If you dont vote for Barak then you will get a minority president next election, maybe the one after that. THE FIRST TIME that a spanish person runs for election–they will win. Every spanish voter in the country will come out and vote. I dont care what his name is or what he has accomplished. It could be joe schmo hernandez and he would win.
    So I ramble.
    With better charisma and charm. A better platform and policy structure. Not to forget a better plan to revamp the economy, Barak Obama is hands down the better choice this year

  18. Sydney said,

    on September 22nd, 2008 at 2:22 pm

    well Ron Fousek, you are one huge idiot aren’t you! If you vote for John Mccain then you are making a great educated choice and if you are voting for Baraj Obama then you are just voting for him because he is of a darker descent and he is a good speaker but he will end up ruining our country FOREVER!!!!!

  19. DC said,

    on September 22nd, 2008 at 3:07 pm

    Change for change sake should not be the goal. Heck, Sarah Palin has more executive experience than Obama and she’s the VP ticket! I’m sure Obama’s resume would kook pretty good if he were applying for a volunteering position.

  20. jerry said,

    on September 23rd, 2008 at 2:39 pm

    I am hispanic.The last thing i would want is obama as president.All you latinos wake up.He says si se pude.I say he is a chocante a show off thats all.I am trying to learn english not spanish.He never explains his change plan.No lo quiero ,echa mentiras.Si para McCain y Palin

  21. WS said,

    on September 25th, 2008 at 12:05 pm

    Think about this, put skin color and origin of birth aside for a moment and consider some facts. lets suppose for this comparasion that you are lying on a hospital table suffering from a massive heart attack ( This Country Now ) there are two surgeons standing over you, one is 72 years old with a firm hand and many years of service in this hospital saving lives of heart attack victims, the other, a young surgeon who has studied the books to best of his knowlege and sat in the observatory room and been present during many operations, even assisting, but never taking full charge ( He is Present ) Which of these two surgeons do you want to take charge of your outcome and your life? Yes, the older surgeon is a white male of 72 years, the other a black male of much younger age, you decide. Oh, did you ask the surgeons just what their political affiliation is before you choose, that is important as you lie dying a slow death ( The USA ) I was raised in a Democratic family, voted democratic all my adult life, and will at the ripe old age of 59, Vote McCain Palin. Think hard Folks.

  22. Dick Sweat said,

    on September 25th, 2008 at 2:35 pm

    Buckwheat Rules!

  23. Alaskan Boy said,

    on September 26th, 2008 at 2:07 am

    First of all, I greatly dislike how many people are being rude to my Governor, Sarah Palin is a great executive choice and unfortunately way more qualified than Barack Obama. Nearly everyone who says Palin is unqualified is biased because comparing a Vice Presidential Candidate to a Presidential Candidate and having her score higher marks is quite a bite in the *?! Am I right? I really have to speak out now because this is turning out to be one ridiculous battle. Do not listen to Barack Obamas or McCains Commercials they both get you confused! Get the Facts by listening on to the Debates that are soon to come. Sarah Palin being a great Governor as she is already just gave us the biggest dividend(money from oil royalties) we Alaskans have ever had! Want to know how much? $3400… Just for living here?!?! How cool is that? Well I know that I’ll get attacked by saying this but Obama is just a popular guy and when you put popularity with politics you get a short term or possible assassination. Past presidents never lived that long if you ever were in US History?! Check him out in the debate, he is doomed to stuttering or the Uhh’s…. ALOT! Revamping the economy is not the best choice, wanna know why? It creates more taxes and higher tax rates for the recovery of the economy. This causes everyone to lose money, including small businesses to go out and big corporations to cut lesser jobs which makes it even worse. It has been calculated that if McCain wins he will have about 3 years of presidency before his unfortunate death and then when sarah comes along she will be president for 2 years but she too will have an unfortunate going, but not death though, by scandel(s). Don’t ask me where I got this because you won’t believe where I got this information. And don’t say Eskimo Shaman?!

  24. bandolier said,

    on September 26th, 2008 at 5:12 pm

    Ummm, Alaska Boy, are you in 3rd grade or have you just not seen sister Sarah in some of these lightweight interviews? She’s about to be thrown under the bus. Wake up dude.

  25. JMC said,

    on September 26th, 2008 at 7:51 pm


  26. Lucifer said,

    on September 27th, 2008 at 12:30 am

    All I gotta say is I’m voting for McCain so Sarah Palin can get some airtime. That’s one hot piece of *! And you now how Obama promotes change all the time? What he means by change is: C.H.A.N.G.E. = Come Help a N Get Elected.

  27. Greg said,

    on September 29th, 2008 at 6:36 pm

    WOW! What a group of thinkers. Joe Cool is the only person on this page who has done any actual research. Sydney is so stupid, that she didn’t even realize that J. Cool is supporting McCain, and anyone who can’t come up with anything more to complain about than Obama’s race shouldn’t be allowed to call anyone else stupid. Oh yeah, whether you vote for Mr. Obama or not, he’s not muslim. I really hope that none of you are old enough to vote. None of you sound very intelligent (except J.C.). It’s very scary. Please stay home on election day. You are all what’s wrong with this country. Stupid people shouldn’t be able to vote.

  28. OldGuy said,

    on October 2nd, 2008 at 9:35 pm

    What’s really amazing is that so many of you actually think it will make a difference whether its Barko or Johnny. Did you notice any difference in your life when Bush went out and Clinton came in?

    Wake up people.

  29. Nabi said,

    on October 3rd, 2008 at 1:12 am

    A naughty librarian shot would be best.

  30. pj said,

    on October 3rd, 2008 at 1:49 am

    fellas, please get your heads out of the mud. Palin is an excuse for McCain to get Presidentship. She is pretty and McCain being a MCP wants to take advantage of that. Please put race and gender aside when you vote. I am an independant from overseas. Palin is a poor choice for VP. In her speach at the GOP Conf all she did was bad mouth Obama. That is sheer weakness and not someone America want for VP. Obama on the otherhand was a firm Gentlemen then did not get into criticisam but stayed focus on issues of the American people. That is what USA needs. I can’t comment on Biden but he will have a strong boss in Obama. People, don’t get side tracked by race and gender. Listen to the solutions provided for your issues by both possible candiddates and don’t get emotional.

  31. Jason said,

    on October 3rd, 2008 at 7:11 am

    I’m not concerned with McCains age. When my missionary uncle was 71, my Grandfather died and they needed to send a runner 2 days to find him at some remote village to let him know!
    As far as the status quo… Palin is not. We have a few friends in Alaska (1 couple from Wasilla) that say she is the real deal. I like her because she is one of us. She is not the Washington crowd. Her & Todd are normal working class like us & not rich or lawyers like we have been electing forever. I have always wanted the choice of someone that is an outsider. The lack of experience??? We have experienced people in there now and look how screwed we are! I’d love a clean sweep with mostly new people. Get the idiots out that have made a career out of it and make them go back and live by the rules that they have passed for the rest of us & take away their perks. If they had to, I bet some things would change in the way we are governed!

  32. Dan said,

    on October 3rd, 2008 at 10:04 am

    America, we have to look at our values. Our country has come a long way. There is nothing wrong with a woman in the white house for one. Her husband is doing a great job in helping to raise the children and yes their family is no different from the rest of America. McCain is Old but so was Reagan. Obama is not a muslim but I just dont believe in giving every American the same nice house, with the same great pay. Its called the American Dream. You have to earn it. Get an education, get a job, and save your money instead of putting it in rims and fast food. I don’t think that my hard earned money should go to someone else that I don’t know just because I made smart investment’s, espically if you are here illegally!!!! I actually serve in th military to protect the American Dream and I am married to a legal immigrant!

  33. Fiat lux said,

    on October 3rd, 2008 at 8:45 pm

    Everyone get your facts straight and get over the conspiracy theories. Remember innocent until proven guilty?

    1. Obama is NOT Muslim, and this has been clarified countless times. Why would he want to destroy the US? He’s lived here all his life? Nobody– Democrat or Republican– should ever be judged on their personal beliefs. We need to pay attention to people’s actions.

    2. Patriotism is not something that needs to be overtly displayed in excess– americanism is the freedom to think independently, to make one’s own decisions, to make the impossible happen! America is stagnating right now– what was our last really remarkable, noteworthy accomplishment? To say one is an American is an insult in most of the rest of the world, and it shouldn’t be!! America is an amazing country, and I love it for all its potential and opportunity. We must change this!!

    3. Why do people think it’s elitist to go to a good college? Yeah, in the old days mostly the wealthy attended, but things have changed since the 1970s– when women were integrated into the university system, there was really a cultural revolution. Obama is someone who can use his scholarly, political, and legal knowledge and experience to make things happen and to stand up for rights for the lower/middle classes, minorities, homosexuals, you name it! He’s already shown himself to be very open-minded. Open-minded policies give more power to the individual– that’s what we need! We don’t want people to dictate how we should think, behave, act, etc.!! We need someone intelligent and competent in the White House.

    As much as I admire McCain for his incredible strength in Vietnam, he was ranked one of the lowest in his class in college, and he has not been showing the greatest judgement on the issues lately. Look at how he was flip-flopping on the economy question. Look at Sarah Palin– yes, governor of a state with… how many people?? 683,000 people? And still, she left Wasilla in a $13million debt?? What about the environment? Polar bears aren’t endangered? What nonsense! And how lowly and cowardly is aerial wolf hunting? Offshore drilling is the best way to start another cold war and countless other wars over natural resources AND it’ll destroy the precious little that’s remaining of our environment. Doesn’t anyone find it suspicious that her husband works for an oil company… hmm… I wonder where her loyalties lie? Big oil corporations? Duh!!! We’ve got to be careful, people!! She can see Russia from her house?? Who cares! And how will that help Georgia and how will that help us deal with diplomacy issues? It’s pretty obvious when she speaks, avoids questions so blatantly, and doesn’t know basic facts about our country and policies (the Bush Doctrine?) that she went to five colleges in six years to get a bachelor’s in ***Communications***!!! Honestly, that’s really pathetic. She couldn’t even stick to her course for four years? How is she going to stick to her *policies* for four years? Kinda scary, isn’t it? We already know she’s not open to other cultures and traditions– look at her record with Native American rights, she wants to impose Christian teachings in public schools (what happened to separation of church and state?), and makes rape victims pay for the medical treatment??? Talk about morals! I’m all for women working outside of the home (I’m one of them), BUT when a couple has a family, at least one of the parents should be available to their children, and it seems clear to me that her poor children have really been left to their own devices while their parents have followed their own career. It really hurts me to see all of the kiddies– and especially the adorable infant– dragged around to all of these campaign events.

    By the way, it isn’t very patriotic when the vice presidential candidate and her husband are/were both members of the Alaskan Independence Party, which advocates Alaska’s secession from the union. United We Stand? Not with McCain-Palin.

  34. Jay said,

    on October 5th, 2008 at 1:26 pm

    I’ve read through all these posts and am now hoping that most of you are crazy insane people that do not represent the views of the average American. Because if I’m wrong, neither McCain nor Obama have a chance in h-ll of reviving this country from the stagnation its been stuck in for 8 years.
    JFK was smart when he said “Ask not what your country can do for you but what you can do for your country.” because governments can’t cause change, every American needs to change. By your show of prejudice (sexism & racism) you show that America stands no chance of changing for the better whether its Barack or John.

    This country doesn’t need just a new president. It needs some new citizens who aren’t arrogant and stuck up to realize they’re just repeating the same catch phrases of Obama or McCain.

    Here are some truths. Disasters are caused by two or more DUMB decisions.

    The economy is in turmoil because
    1) The government removed or loosened regulations.
    2) Financial institutions got greedy and wanted to turn a quick profit by offering low introductory interest rates which increased after the first year
    3) DUMB Americans chose to take on loans they couldn’t pay.

    This entire country messed up so lets all take on our rightful share of the blame.

  35. Fiat lux said,

    on October 5th, 2008 at 6:59 pm

    Well said, Jay! While we all need to pitch in to clean up the mess we’ve made, it wouldn’t be bad to have an intelligent president, would it?

  36. Dan said,

    on October 6th, 2008 at 11:30 am

    The economy is in shambles because of the policy set by the clinton admistration that told the big banks they had to give loans to those who did not qualify for them the loan they needed to get things they did not have the money for!!! These are the junk bonds or shares that they are talking about. I know because I have a friend who abused it. Now he has lost his house and its his fault for taking a loan into a 135,000 home with only 100,000 income. This is one of the main reasons why we are where we are today!!! It was a Clinton policy that started it, yet both parties ran with it. McCain voted against all this. Check the records. This bail out is a joke. Its funny though, none of this has got anything to do with the start. There is nothing wrong with Sarah Palin in the Vogue. I just miss the days, when the media and press treated both canadate parties the same. They should have both ladies, either in the same issue or two different issues, back to back.
    p.s LEAVE THE KIDS OUT OF POLITICS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  37. CAS said,

    on October 7th, 2008 at 9:55 am

    Fiat Lux, did you say get over the conspiracy theories? I thought you were going to give us a serious well thought out comparison between the candidates. Then you list all the blogger lies and conspiracy theories. Next time check your facts before you blindly repeat anything posted by bloggers.

  38. PR said,

    on October 7th, 2008 at 11:17 pm

    We don’t need a * in office.

  39. Fiat lux said,

    on October 8th, 2008 at 3:35 pm

    CAS, do you consider the New York Times a reliable source? If not, do you have any better established media outlets to recommend?

  40. phuknut said,

    on October 11th, 2008 at 1:29 am

    Sarah Palin is the only one I’d f out of all of them, so I guess I’ll vote Republican just for that reason. Maybe her moosehair * will show itself.

  41. Thrilled said,

    on October 11th, 2008 at 8:23 pm

    Haven’t African Americans supported Caucaisain through thick and thin?! Well its our turn,Its time to support a intelligent African American Man! Vote for whats right and stop looking at the mans skin color. Does racism truly run in your veins that deep? Really think about what your doing!!

    Obama 08!

  42. kayla said,

    on October 17th, 2008 at 8:31 am

    some of you are truely ignorant….obama is not a terrorist nor an arab…some jealous idiot made up that rumor because he is jealous of Barack Obama’s intellegence and ability….John McCain is OLD, too old to be running for president…Sarah Palin will run this country deeper in * if she becomes president IF john wins…a majority of blacks, hispanics, young people are voting for obama because he does represent CHANGE…. americans are truely ignorant and just plain stupid…skin color does not dictate someones ability…

  43. Fiat lux said,

    on October 17th, 2008 at 2:46 pm

    Hear, hear, thrilled & kayla!

  44. lanai said,

    on October 19th, 2008 at 4:05 am

    Well, I think that the President should be just like me or my wonderful neighbor. He should have my values and I want to vote for someone who likes to drink with me. So, don’t get angry when a 67 year old oily-haired obese grammar school dropout, retired washroom lint picker with loose dentures get elected……Why the h-ll would any of us want an educated, calm, thoughtful, well spoken President?

  45. Emma said,

    on October 19th, 2008 at 6:23 pm

    I am goint to vote for Obama, and I am proud to say it!! And all of you who think that he has not said his plan for change, well clean your ears out and pay attention!!

  46. Jimmy said,

    on October 21st, 2008 at 3:04 am

    Racism, religion, and politics … a very dangerous mix … leads to a lot of circular reasoning and argumentum ad baculum.

  47. SaulAlinsky said,

    on October 22nd, 2008 at 7:52 am

    Sarah Palin worked her way up from Mayor to Governor, fighting the establishment that wanted to squash her at every turn.

    John McCain showed that as a leader faced with a HOPELESS situation (the day before he announced his VP pick people were writing his political obituary) – he could think out of the box and move his cause forward.

    Now tell me how, but successfully rejuvenating his campaign and snatching a chance (however slim) at victory from the jaws of (almost certain) defeat – does that reduce his credibility.

    Every new president has been tested by the Al-Qaeda.

    Clinton failed. Faced with the nominal risk of a few sporadic cruise missile attacks, Al-Qaeda built more training camps and tightened their grip on Afghanastan.

    They tested Bush within 8 months of his taking office. They didn’t like what he did. Declared war on them in Afghanastan. Made Iraq into the main battlefield and sent US Marines and Soldiers to kill as many Al-Qaeda as they wanted to send into the fray.

    The next president will be tested by them as well. I won’t speculate as to the answer to the question I pose, because intelligent people can disagree. But I want you to think carefully about your response.

    When Al-Qaeda tests your candidate as president, what do you think his response will be? And will you be satisfied with that response?

    Most people I talk with are reasonably sure what John McCain would do if he were tested the way George Bush was tested. Many of them like that outcome. They can even guess what Sarah Palin would do.

    I haven’t heard ANYONE describe what Obama would do when tested.

    What would Obama do?

    What WILL Obama do?

    Nobody knows. Not even Obama.

    So you Obama supporters want to toss him the keys to see what he does?

    Biden said so himself “Within six months” the terrorists of the world will TEST this man. Biden opined that he could name at least four different scenarios that could come up. And he admintted that Obama’s response will seem to be WRONG when he takes it.

    Do we really want a president who will invite such a test? They won’t test McCain. He’s been tested, he was the only one calling for MORE forces in Iraq – at a time when Obama was begging the Senate to declare a surrender in Iraq.

    It’s like a new September, and we’re walking into a schoolyard full of bullies, and our stupid but prone to kick-* older brother(Bush-Cheney) have graduated and are no longer around to look out for our best interests…Who would you like with you in that school yard?Hmmm…. an old soldier committed to kicking *, or a known appeaser and quitter ….

  48. ncgirl35 said,

    on October 22nd, 2008 at 12:37 pm

    I really cant believe the ignorance of so many people. Now I realize why this country is in the situation its in. Does it make you feel powerful to say the word “n”.The definition of the word “n ” is a stupid ignorant person.So there is not a “n ” running for president but there a few posting comments on this website. We don’t have to know who you are or anything about you. By you using that word you’ve just let hundreds of people know you are an *. For people wanting his address,you don’t have to kick his * as punishment for him being an idiot the miserable life I’m sure he lives is punishment enough.

  49. SaulAlinsky said,

    on October 22nd, 2008 at 9:35 pm

    Here’s some “n” words for you- How about nattering nabobs of negativism – namely the entire media corps whipping the flames of financial distress into a full fledged crisis. Barney Frank agreed with John McCain saying that the underpinnings of the economy are sound, and that the biggest problem is “emotion”. That emotion is caused by the negative media, and the negative candidtes that only seek solidarity with the people by making us feel that everything is going down the toilet.

  50. Fiat lux said,

    on October 23rd, 2008 at 7:01 pm

    SaulAlinsky, I can say pretty certainly that Obama won’t start another war. Diplomacy is the best bet. Remember what they taught us in kindergarten? : ) Anyway, do you really approve of George W’s approach? Kill in a country when investigations had already proven that there were NO WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION IN IRAQ? Hmmm, I wonder why we went into Iraq… oil, possibly? I agree that we need to combat terrorism, but going into Iraq was NOT the answer.

    The way McCain and Palin (or as dear Sarah prefers, “Palin and McCain”) are going, we’ll be in another Cold War soon. The rest of the world hates us, we’re an embarrassment! When my friends, family, and I go to other countries, people look down upon us when we say we’re from the US! We’re the laughing stock of the world! And Palin’s response – she can see Russia from her house? Well, whoop-dee-do, that helps a lot with reducing violence in Georgia. Get with the times!

    By the way, did anyone notice that during the third debate, after the book about racism in McCain’s campaign was brought up and after Obama noted that at republican rallies there had been death threats against him, McCain’s said that the *TEE-SHIRTS* people wore at Obama’s rallies weren’t “very nice”??? Where is the connection between death threats and tee-shirts? (sigh)

  51. Rachel said,

    on October 31st, 2008 at 11:48 pm

    I personaly believe that Mr.Obama is a change for the better. Mrs.Palin voted against polor bears being added to the endangered species list becuase she said that “there was insufficiant scientific edivence”. She must not read much, or even listen to scientists. I am sorry to say that, Mr.McCain must have been trying to get some female’s to vote for him, but, most intelligent woman will be voting for Mr.Obama. I actually hav nothing personal against the McCain/Palin canidates. I just do not agree on the same things as they do. Therefore, I say this to the people whom are not willing to read the long posts that are too complicated for there poor brains:

    Obama 08′!
    P.S. Obama has this woman’s vote and, Happy Halloween!

  52. GS said,

    on December 10th, 2008 at 8:46 pm

    I am amazed at your ignorance and racism KM. I suggest reading as a way to get yourself out of the hole you are in and join the 21st century.

  53. ron fousek said,

    on May 28th, 2009 at 2:04 pm

    Well I won

  54. SJ said,

    on August 21st, 2009 at 8:30 pm

    Now what do all you Obama lovers think? Are you loving this “fundamental change?” Hope you are proud of your vote! Glad I didn’t cast my vote to endorse this debt-raising, socialistic, big brother, inexperienced, whining, irresponsible president. I know 4 & 5 year olds who take more responsibility for their words and actions than this president. When will he mean what he says and say what he means?

  55. GL said,

    on September 4th, 2009 at 12:18 am

    Keep up the good work. This stupid n is spending our money like a drunken sailer, only a drunken sailer spends his own money. If your state is part of the 13, Join Texas and secede!!!!

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