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Friday, October 30, 2020

Would you bring a baby to a bull fight?

Noting the baby on super-mom Palin’s convention platform my friend said “someone should have called DSS.” She should know because in addition to her own she’s has had more than 100 foster babies and children. She knows how DSS views child abuse and neglect. So there’s baby Trig Paxson Van Palin being subjected to the din and chaos of a political convention.

Down syndrome or not, no baby is going to be thinking about how wonderful it is that his eardrums are ringing because everyone loves his mother.

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Palin’s dream speech, my dream that is

I went to sleep before Sarah Palin’s speech and had a dream. Why bother staying up past my bedtime when I can dream a better speech? Which speech do you like better?

Good evening my fellow Americans. Thank you for the warm welcome. Uh-Oh, the telepromter is broken.

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Don’t sell Sarah Palin short

Say what you will about Sarah Palin (and a lot of us have said a lot): When crunch time came at the Republican National Convention Wednesday night, the self-professed hockey mom seized the moment and stole the show.

GOP Presidential nominee John McCain might have trouble living up to the performance his vice presidential pick delivered.

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When it counted, Palin delivered

Sarah Palin delivered. An embattled vice presidential candidate, a novice on the national stage, the head of a family suffering its "ups and downs," the first-term Alaska governor rocked the GOP convention with a star-turning performance.

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Palin sets the stage for McCain

The Republican presidential nomination his at last, John McCain makes his case for the presidency to the GOP convention and the nation after his surprise choice for vice president, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, energized delegates with a rousing speech.

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Palin, politics, pregnancy and the pulpit

Sen. Barack Obama took the high road in refusing to answer reporters’ questions about Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin’s pregnant 17-year-old daughter Bristol and the girl’s decision to marry the father and have the baby.

He also drew a distinct boundary line between legitimate topics for policy discussions by politicians and urged the media to leave politicians’ families alone.

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Palin’s anti-American past

Here are a couple of questions for Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin: What do you think of the following statement: "I’m an Alaskan, not an American. I’ve got no use for America and her dammed institutions." Or how about this one: "The problem with you John Birchers is that you’re too dammed liberal!"

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Change or just more of the same?

John McCain and Sarah Palin are vowing "reform" and "change" if they get to the White House. Barack Obama and Joe Biden are promising the same. What does each team mean by "change," which voters began demanding months ago?

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Palin seeks review of her ethics

Gov. Sarah Palin has taken an unusual step: She’s made an ethics complaint against herself. She wants an Alaska state board to review the circumstances surrounding the dismissal of Public Safety Commissioner Walt Monegan.

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