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(CNN)   Sarah Palin says Hilary Clinton is "ill-suited" to be president. And if anyone knows what it means to be ill-suited to be president, it's Sarah Palin   (politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com) divider line 29
    More: Ironic, United States Ambassador to Libya, Bill Clinton, commander in chief, vice presidential candidate, Sarah Palin  
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2013-09-23 12:29:20 PM
6 votes:
I'm much less offended by Palin's remarks than CNN's reporting which implies Palin's opinion is newsworthy.
2013-09-23 12:34:39 PM
5 votes:
Bush - tons if terrorist attacks on US targets. Most US deaths from terrorist strikes in history. Republicans: "this means we need to all support him and terrorists hate our freedoms"

Obama/Clinton - 1 attack Republucans:"OMG, unfit as commander in chief!"
2013-09-23 12:54:11 PM
3 votes:
Nobody outside the derpisphere gives a shiat about BENGHAZI.  Nobody is buying your bullshiat except you.  Good luck with that.
2013-09-23 12:51:15 PM
3 votes:

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You forgot one:

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2013-09-23 12:31:43 PM
3 votes:
FTFA: "If (Benghazi) doesn't have an impact on the 2016 presidential election, if she is a candidate, then America, I am very disappointed in our electorate," Palin said Sunday on Fox News, where she's a contributor.

As the Republicans show their true reasons for Benghazigate. Like we didn't already know they were going o do this. Christ on a cracker, hey must be terrified of Hillary.
2013-09-23 02:01:13 PM
2 votes:

Masso: At this moment, I don't know a single woman that is more qualified as POTUS.

Former Senator and former Secretary of State, If she's not qualified, there's no other woman on this god green earth that is qualified.


Woman? I can't think of a single person right now more qualified than her and I am not a Clinton fan by a long shot.
2013-09-23 01:11:25 PM
2 votes:
The best thing about every year after 2009 is that we can ignore Palin.
2013-09-23 12:36:37 PM
2 votes:
"Please, proceed half-term Governor"
2013-09-23 03:05:56 PM
1 votes:

jaytkay: Vice President Peg Bundy

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I guess that finally answers Katey Couric's question...
2013-09-23 03:00:38 PM
1 votes:

SkinnyHead: Heliovdrake: Oh Wow. ok Skinnyhead.

What is the TRUTH about Benghazi that is being concealed and obfuscated.

Tell us we must know!

I mean if its so Epic, we could have that blah man out of office tomorrow and in jail!

I don't have access to the truth.  I'm just a citizen who depends on the government to tell me the truth.  The government hasn't done that.  They lied when they said that the attack in Benghazi was a spontaneous demonstration protesting a video.  And when Hillary gets caught lying about that, she pounds on the table screaming what difference does it make.  It should make a difference.  If for no other reason, the truth makes a difference in deciding whether Hillary would make an honest president or not.


The issues you mentioned were brought to light within what a month? If you take the scandals of John Edwards and General Petraeus, the minerals and management office, or the SEC oversight problems that led to Maddoff, I think we can say that not much stays secret when things get high profile scrutiny. Conspiracies can exist in the dark, but not in the light. Humans sort of suck at keeping secrets, and the more people involved the less likely it can stay secret. I'm sure you've heard the old saying "The only way 2 men can keep a secret is if one of them is dead." Either you believe that Rep. Issa has the capacity to find the coverup if it exists, and history shows us that he would have found more by now if it were there to be found, or you believe that government oversight fundamentally doesn't work. If it's the former, further investigation won't yield anything meaningful; if it's the later, why do you care, you don't believe that anything can be fixed without a revolution anyway.
2013-09-23 02:25:28 PM
1 votes:
You know, I've been away from Fark for a while - popping in on occasion - because I got really tired of the trolls.

So I come back and not only do I see a post from SkinnyHead, I see a 2-month-old account agreeing with him.

See you guys later.

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2013-09-23 02:00:45 PM
1 votes:

hubiestubert: This unreasoning hatred goes back a while


It actually goes back even farther than that.

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That's Hillary Rodham advising the Senate Judiciary Committee on the Watergate scandal. She assisted with the impeachment of a Republican President, and the Republicans will never, ever, forgive her for this. If she is elected, I guarantee that if there is a Republican majority in the House at any point there will be Articles of Impeachment brought against her.

Yes, I really do believe they are that petty.
2013-09-23 01:58:18 PM
1 votes:
I'd love for some reporter to hand Palin a map and ask her to locate Benghazi
2013-09-23 01:58:16 PM
1 votes:

metatronarchetype: The Lone Gunman: So I'm supposed to research your statements?

Interesting.  Basically, that means that you can say whatever idiot thing you want, and if I disagree, you can reply with "If you don't know, then it's not worth my time to explain it."

No, fool, you're supposed to pay attention.  During both presidential election cycles that Obama participated in as a candidate for POTUS, this claim that not voting for him was racist was made over and over again.  If you don't already know this, you weren't paying attention or were locked in a basement.  Asking me for citations for a commonly known fact is like asking me for a citation for saying "The sky is blue."  Doing so is arguing in bad faith, and it is a waste of my time to prove to you something that is common knowledge.

Let me put it in another way:  Do you honestly think it won't be claimed that Hillary lost votes due to the fact that she is a female? Do you think valid criticisms of her won't be brushed off as misogyny by the left's chattering class and various and sundry feminist torchbearers?


Yes, no, and maybe. Since those are florid, emotional statements of editorial opinion, and not factual statements, it is impossible to classify them as true or false - they are simply devoid of informational content.
2013-09-23 01:53:38 PM
1 votes:

The Lone Gunman: So I'm supposed to research your statements?

Interesting.  Basically, that means that you can say whatever idiot thing you want, and if I disagree, you can reply with "If you don't know, then it's not worth my time to explain it."


No, fool, you're supposed to pay attention.  During both presidential election cycles that Obama participated in as a candidate for POTUS, this claim that not voting for him was racist was made over and over again.  If you don't already know this, you weren't paying attention or were locked in a basement.  Asking me for citations for a commonly known fact is like asking me for a citation for saying "The sky is blue."  Doing so is arguing in bad faith, and it is a waste of my time to prove to you something that is common knowledge.

Let me put it in another way:  Do you honestly think it won't be claimed that Hillary lost votes due to the fact that she is a female? Do you think valid criticisms of her won't be brushed off as misogyny by the left's chattering class and various and sundry feminist torchbearers?
2013-09-23 01:48:56 PM
1 votes:
At this moment, I don't know a single woman that is more qualified as POTUS.

Former Senator and former Secretary of State, If she's not qualified, there's no other woman on this god green earth that is qualified.
2013-09-23 01:21:25 PM
1 votes:

Aristocles: SkinnyHead: Ed Grubermann: FTFA: "If (Benghazi) doesn't have an impact on the 2016 presidential election, if she is a candidate, then America, I am very disappointed in our electorate," Palin said Sunday on Fox News, where she's a contributor.

As the Republicans show their true reasons for Benghazigate. Like we didn't already know they were going o do this. Christ on a cracker, hey must be terrified of Hillary.

Well there you have it.  Republicans want the truth to come out about Benghazi because they think the truth will harm Hillary's presidential aspirations.  Democrats, on the other hand, want to conceal and obfuscate the truth about Benghazi because they think the truth will harm Hillary's presidential aspirations.  I think most voters will prefer to hear the truth.

This.


The truth about Benghazi is that it is being used as a callous political vehicle.  The nutjob right thinks this is their one and only chance to harm the political careers of their opponents, truth notwithstanding.  The controversy is a complete fabrication, based on misconceptions and outright lies.  The rest of the world has long since moved on.

But the rest of us have taken note the vigor you have in farking that pile of bloody feathers.  We're not going to forget that anytime soon.
2013-09-23 01:17:30 PM
1 votes:
Is this the same Sarah Palin who gushed over and effusively praised Hillary in her very first speech?  after after McCain nominated her as his VP?  That Sarah Palin?  I refuse to believe her constant praising and name-dropping of Hillary was a result of some sort of mad belief on the part of republicans that women-folk were so dumb that they'd vote for any woman, regardless of political beliefs.
2013-09-23 01:14:46 PM
1 votes:
Oh, look, Clinton Derangement Syndrome. This is what, going on over 20 years, so I'm sure that THIS time it will work to nail that ne'er-do-well...

In all honesty, I don't think that Clinton should be in the President's chair. Near it, certainly. Because so long as she's anywhere near the limelight, then folks will focus on her, as opposed to anything else substantive. This unreasoning hatred goes back a while, and it hinges on a First Lady who called Congressmen to sit down and talk about health care, when they should have been discussing how to get percentages of contracts that they were going to help set up in the Middle East. It rankled folks, and they've not forgotten it, and years down the road, they still have a mad on for her. Because they were inconvenienced. And for that she has to pay. And getting a sock puppet like Palin to mouth platitudes and talking points, and done with ill timing and barely cohesive narrative, that is about par for the course. Everyone, except the Hillary Is 44 folks are going to be tearing her up, just for breathing, let alone for doing a job, or anything remotely like policy or diplomacy of any sort. They WANT her to run, so that they can knock her down. Saint Sarah is perhaps going a bit early for the punch, because that's the problem--it's a knee jerk reaction. It has no finesse, no stratagem. The problem last time around, was they didn't wait for Hillary to clinch the ticket, before laying into her. There is nearly a whole generation of saved up dirt, plans, and ads banked up to draw upon, that were NEVER able to be used, and folks are SO excited to finally dip into them, that they can't wait for the right moment to use them. She has to get the ticket, secure it, before you rip her apart. Years of investing in wanting to take her down, and so sure that she was the presumptive candidate, that folks blew their wad early, and had very little to spend upon Obama, and it showed in the campaign, and oddly enough that diversion cost them a lot of time and effort. Saint Sarah is showing that folks haven't learned to wait for the candidate to actually get into the trap before pulling the lever.
2013-09-23 01:05:45 PM
1 votes:

Ed Grubermann: FTFA: "If (Benghazi) doesn't have an impact on the 2016 presidential election, if she is a candidate, then America, I am very disappointed in our electorate," Palin said Sunday on Fox News, where she's a contributor.

As the Republicans show their true reasons for Benghazigate. Like we didn't already know they were going o do this. Christ on a cracker, hey must be terrified of Hillary.


What they're afraid of is losing, again. Because they might never win again with their current platform.

So their goal is to objectify and shout down anyone who is a legitimate, well-known candidate that they would have no chance of beating no matter who they run.

They won't be able to keep their Supreme Court Justices alive forever. As they get into their 90s, their health will deteriorate to the point where the public pressure to step down will be unstoppable. Then the Liberals will control the Supreme Court and be able to control gun regulation and healthcare, two things social conservatives are deathly afraid of.
2013-09-23 01:03:30 PM
1 votes:

metatronarchetype: The left tried to sell us on the lie that anyone who didn't vote for Obama chose not to do so because he's black, in spite of all the other legitimate reasons to be opposed to his rule.  I suppose during the next election cycle, voting against her based on the fact that she's done nothing but ride her husband's coat-tails for her entire career will be painted as voting against her because she has a cooter instead of a peener.


9/10. You tipped your hand by referring to "his rule".
2013-09-23 01:01:19 PM
1 votes:
The left tried to sell us on the lie that anyone who didn't vote for Obama chose not to do so because he's black, in spite of all the other legitimate reasons to be opposed to his rule.  I suppose during the next election cycle, voting against her based on the fact that she's done nothing but ride her husband's coat-tails for her entire career will be painted as voting against her because she has a cooter instead of a peener.
2013-09-23 12:52:56 PM
1 votes:

SkinnyHead: Ed Grubermann: FTFA: "If (Benghazi) doesn't have an impact on the 2016 presidential election, if she is a candidate, then America, I am very disappointed in our electorate," Palin said Sunday on Fox News, where she's a contributor.

As the Republicans show their true reasons for Benghazigate. Like we didn't already know they were going o do this. Christ on a cracker, hey must be terrified of Hillary.

Well there you have it.  Republicans want the truth to come out about Benghazi because they think the truth will harm Hillary's presidential aspirations.  Democrats, on the other hand, want to conceal and obfuscate the truth about Benghazi because they think the truth will harm Hillary's presidential aspirations.  I think most voters will prefer to hear the truth.


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2013-09-23 12:45:18 PM
1 votes:

Ed Grubermann: FTFA: "If (Benghazi) doesn't have an impact on the 2016 presidential election, if she is a candidate, then America, I am very disappointed in our electorate," Palin said Sunday on Fox News, where she's a contributor.

As the Republicans show their true reasons for Benghazigate. Like we didn't already know they were going o do this. Christ on a cracker, hey must be terrified of Hillary.


Well there you have it.  Republicans want the truth to come out about Benghazi because they think the truth will harm Hillary's presidential aspirations.  Democrats, on the other hand, want to conceal and obfuscate the truth about Benghazi because they think the truth will harm Hillary's presidential aspirations.  I think most voters will prefer to hear the truth.
2013-09-23 12:45:13 PM
1 votes:
Not this biatch again.
2013-09-23 12:33:02 PM
1 votes:

TofuTheAlmighty: I'm much less offended by Palin's remarks than CNN's reporting which implies Palin's opinion is newsworthy.

d23 [TotalFark]
2013-09-23 12:31:44 PM
1 votes:
And she's wrong about everything.  So what does that tell you?
2013-09-23 12:31:39 PM
1 votes:
The fact that Sarah doesn't realize that everything she says against Hillary is a positive for Hillary shows the bubble the Fox commentators have fallen into.
2013-09-23 12:28:06 PM
1 votes:
She is NOT ill-suited!

She is PANTS-SUITED
 
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