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Why are republicans defending Palin's silence?

Why are republicans defending Palin's silence? Topic: Mass media research
July 18, 2019 / By Briar
Question: I don't see the logic in republican's comparing the scrutiny the press has given her to that of Biden or Obama, as they have been up in the spot light for years. Not only that, but the media has done it's job of researching her back round and they have found many of her talking points to be entirely false. Republicans act as if lying to the masses shouldn't be questioned... With so many inbred apes living among us it's no wonder we've had the king of monkeys in office for two terms.
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Alexus Alexus | 4 days ago
You have it backwards haven't you? 90% of the information about Obama has been covered up by the Liberal media and the democrats. Some of it is slowly beginning to leak now though and you can prepare yourselves, that creep is about to get the worse political thumping in history.
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Alexus Originally Answered: Why Are Republicans Defending Transocean So Vigorously, Instead Of America?
Which republicans have been defending transocean? You didn't mention any and you have no links to statements made by them. Every one I have heard is demanding a full and complete investigation of this accident. We had a comprehensive energy policy proposed in 2002, it was opposed by Democrats who objected to having the President talk to people who were experts in the field. So who was he suppose to talk to, Greenpeace? What i find funny is that the only people I see that oppose the development and use of Alternate energy sources are liberals. Do you recall that Kennedy stopped the construction of a wind farm because it would spoil his view? Time and time again i have seen atomic and geothermal plants stopped because of one liberal excuse or another. I do love America, but i have serious doubts about people that seem to have as a goal that we freeze to death in the dark. A new energy policy, I will bet the Democrats do the same thing they did with "health care reform". A back room deal with hundreds of pages added at the last minute. so much for your "transparency".

Tyler Tyler
Amen!! They won't believe that she's getting a fair shake until she's in office. Plus, they know that it's better for them the less that she talks. And they think that it is "unfair" that she should be questioned to make sure that he qualifications and knowledge of things is up to par. Why is it unfair for her, but then they can come screaming about how long Obama has been around? They are the party of double standards. They do LOVE to lie to America. That is what they do. Look at Bush stuff. The Cleaner Skies Act loosened emissions standards on cars which actually makes the air LESS clean. Now Palin claims she's against the bridge to nowhere. I lived in Alaska during her governor's race. The bridge to nowhere was popular in Alaska, so of course she was for it. There are pictures of her with a t-shirt that says Welcome to Nowhere Alaska! And she's smiling and holding it up! She's says she's against the way things are run in Washington, but is just slipping right into the way that it has been for the last 8 years. She and McCain are both phonies.
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Ricky Ricky
I haven't seen many of them doing that today. Most of them seem to be simmering behind the computer dropping in on questions about this to hit the old thumbs down but just not having the argument to actually try and defend her. I've seen the occasional whining about the nasty media, but that's about it. It's really sort of funny that the only education this person has to offer is a Bachelors in Journalism patched together from 5 different schools, and she's afraid of the big bad media. Good God if she can't handle those buzzards she isn't fit to be a heartbeat away from the Oval Office. She isn't fit anyway, but this is really highlighting just how much.
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Merrick Merrick
I really were a registered self sustaining for years. I re-registered to vote in the well-known yet after "large Tuesday" i'm again as an self sustaining. i'm disgusted with the GOP yet i'm better disgusted with the Barry & the democraps!
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Joram Joram
The only reason the press is hounding her is because she is a woman who is going to be in the second highest office..they did the same when Ferraro was the dem vp...yea I'm that old. Biden isn't being followed like she is..that's why he has to announce news conferences.
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Joram Originally Answered: (For republicans: a question about Sarah Palin. I would like serious answers.) Why?
She is an obvious threat to Obama's chance of winning, that is why so many resources have been spent attacking her and smeearing her family. In a way, she is to Obama what Obama was to Hillary. You have to admit that Obama has gotten an easy ride in the media compared to Palin (and Hillary for that matter). I agree they should put her out there and I posted about this on McCain space yesterday, I think she could be a real asset to the campaign, she just needs her confidence back again. I have also heard that even McCain is not happy with her handlers treatment of her (Bill Kristol said this and I believe he does have access to this information). The type of experience Palin has is that in which there is more accountability. Executive positions are subjected to more accountability than legislative positions and that is just fact. Obama's U.S. senate accomplishments as far as leadership goes - he doesn't have any. Only 2 bills he introduced have been passed into law - one to name a post office, one for the Congo. He has co-signed legislation - but Senators can co-sign legfislation right up until it goes to vote, it doesn't necessarily mean that they did anything. She has actually done something in regards to energy in this country (with the pipeline), Obama has co-sponsored a piece of faulty legislation about E-85 corn ethanol (waste of time). As far as the family matters go, I'm not even going to address it. Men are never subjected to the same scrutiny as woman on this point and it is sexist. As far as Bristol goes, again, you are only speculating, you have no evidence that the marriage isn't something that they want or that it is being forced upon them. In my heart of hearts yes, I do feel she is the right woman for the job. I was one of those people that knew about her and was hoping he would pick her for his VP. About the Russia issue, I get what she was trying to say. I mean, I get why is played wrong, but I understand where she was coming from ... "There have been eight incidents off Alaska since July. Among the latest, on September 5, six F-15s from Elmendorf Air Force Base, adjacent to Anchorage, Alaska, intercepted six Russian bombers about 50 miles from the northwest coast of Alaska. Two similar incidents occurred in August, one near Cape Lisburne, Alaska, and the other near Cold Bay, Alaska, west of the Aleutian Islands." http://www.cnn.com/2008/US/02/11/russian... ALSO ... "She responded, quite sensibly to a question that is ambiguous, "In what respect, Charlie?" Sensing his "gotcha" moment, Gibson refused to tell her. After making her fish for the answer, Gibson grudgingly explained to the moose-hunting rube that the Bush doctrine "is that we have the right of anticipatory self-defense." Wrong. I know something about the subject because, as the Wikipedia entry on the Bush doctrine notes, I was the first to use the term. In the cover essay of the June 4, 2001, issue of the Weekly Standard entitled, "The Bush Doctrine: ABM, Kyoto, and the New American Unilateralism," I suggested that the Bush administration policies of unilaterally withdrawing from the ABM treaty and rejecting the Kyoto protocol, together with others, amounted to a radical change in foreign policy that should be called the Bush doctrine." http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/con...

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