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An Open Letter to Sarah Palin

Jackimp Wrote: Mar 26, 2013 1:36 PM
The mega coke was about government overreach and not about health. By the way, during her speech she spoke about many issues; Crony Capitalism, Second Amendment, the middle class,etc.
Jackimp Wrote: Mar 26, 2013 2:08 PM
Sarah Palin has also penned commentary on such topics as the unrest in Libya, the protests in Wisconsin, Obama’s 2012 budget proposal and State of the Union address, getting tough with Iran and standing with Iranians who seek democracy, challenging the specifics of President Obama’s energy policy, the omnibus spending bill, defeating the New START, opposition to state bailouts, tax policy, a message to Republican freshmen in Congress, opposition to quantitative easing, and more.

She has repeatedly been a leading voice—via television appearances and speaking engagements—against the dangers of ObamaCare and the risks of President Obama’s approach to energy.
Founders1791 Wrote: Mar 26, 2013 2:00 PM
"she always", "she never", "she does", "she also", "she misses"

Your diatribe is little different than that of an adolescent rant against the head cheerleader who got a date with the quarterback whom you long for in your fantasies but lack the courage to approach yourself. .....this is a 'grow up' teachable moment.
csmith629 Wrote: Mar 26, 2013 1:50 PM
She ALWAYS speaks about the same things. Crony capitalism, bashing Obama, gun control. If you have heard one of her speeches, you have heard them all. She never offers any detailed solutions to the country's problems. She does not take unrehearsed questions. In addition, she needs a new speechwriter. She also needs an education! She misses the point about government overreach, just like when Mrs. Obama worked to promote healthy eating for our children. Palin twisted that into government overreach. Once again, her displays are immature.

You are beginning to worry me. I am afraid you are losing touch with the people of whom your fame is based. I, after all, was one of your biggest supporters once. I am thrilled that you get invitations to go to NBA games, that you display your Chick-fil-A shirt, and that you go and support your daughter and her celebrity friends on Dancing with the Stars.

But at CPAC last week you made a rush for the exits. After you gave an inspiring speech where you said to a thrilled audience, “At a time when our country is desperate for...