Sarah Palin Readies Bus Tour Amid 2012 Speculation

hey lil johnny

There is nothing wrong with redistribution
you’d danged well better not have a problem with it

will the kids really go along with this?

Ah c'mon cato it goes far beyond that
I'm continually amazed how many of these
commie pinko fag concepts have seeped into
my Son's mind from his having been immersed
in the ill-liberal cesspool of a college campus
over the last six years

One thing gives me hope
none of the college kids think they should be
taxed 88% of their income to support this silliness
oh, my statement in no way expresses the entirety of the ills of the
so-called education system. ;)
Sarah Palin is so 2008

That would require either pages and pages or

could be summed up in one phrase:

Liberalism is a mental disorder
Re: Sarah Palin is so 2008

Liberalism is a mental disorder

in general, but to really be accurate, one has to break it down on a case by case basis.

Take pot for instance....
IMO it should be a state issue.....Let CA try it, and or Vermont.
Mark the result...
Liberalism in the fed definitely does not work.
I didn't drop it because you were right, I dropped because you're an idiot.

You dropped it because using your own logic against you left you nowhere to go except to throw a temper tantrum like a child and scream "idiot! hurrr durrr" in you impotent rage.

You still have no answer if a bad economy and rising oil prices are controlled by the president and mean they are unsuccessful as you said -> both these things happened under Bush -> Bush was an unsuccessful president.

The DOW Jones closed at 12,621.77

Here's Bush's record on the stock market:

"He[Bush] has presided over the evisceration of more than $4.6 trillion of U.S. stock market wealth as measured by the S&P 500."


"By comparison, the S&P 500 gained more than $9 trillion in value under the eight years of Bill Clinton’s administration."


And for good measure here's Obama vs. Bush.


The GDP for the previous quarter was 3.5%


"There’s no such thing as a free lunch, and there’s no such thing as an honest case for extending the Bush tax cuts. Ten years of hard data prove that in terms of promoting economic growth and creating jobs, they have been a miserable failure. They didn’t work while George W. Bush was in office and they haven’t worked during the first two years of the Obama Administration. No wonder the Congressional Budget Office says that the GOP’s proposed extension of tax cuts to the rich will reduce future economic growth.

In terms of promoting economic growth, the Bush tax cuts have been a miserable failure.

Under George W. Bush, U.S. GDP growth averaged 2.1 percent a year. Since the end of World War II, the country has never experienced such low economic growth during an eight-year period. And if you exclude the war demobilization of 1946, when U.S. government spending fell by two-thirds and GDP fell by 10.9 percent, Bush had the worst economic record since Herbert Hoover.

There’s simply no way to make Bush’s performance look good. Even if you cherry-pick the data (by excluding fiscal year 2008, when GDP growth was zero), economic expansion was anemic. During Bush’s first seven years, it averaged 2.4 percent, the worst rate in half a century. And what was the source of most of that economic growth? Homeowner equity extraction. Meanwhile, one sector where growth outpaced that of all prior administrations was residential mortgage debt. It almost doubled between 2001 and 2006, from $5.1 to $9.8 trillion."


amid the fact that under Bush administration, the U.S economic growth was the lowest since the World War II. Eight years of Bush administration were known for the largest expansion of federal government spending compared to the six preceding presidents. In eight years, President Bush increased discretionary federal outlays by 104 percent compared to 11 percent increase under President Clinton....

...Recently, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities estimated that letting the Bush tax cuts expire would create a net gain of $22 billion in economic activity. Hence, allowing high-income tax cuts expire would, on impact, result in a net gain of $42 billion in economic activity which is about five times the economic stimulus from extending high-income tax cuts.

The Unemployment rate was 4.6%
George Bush's Economic policies set a record of 52 straight months of job creation!

Here's jobs under Bush:

"President George W. Bush will leave office Tuesday with the worst employment-growth record of any president since World War II, according to a new analysis by Bizjournals.

The nation’s job base grew at an annual rate of 0.28 percent during Bush’s eight years as president – by far the slowest pace for any of the 11 presidents in the postwar era, according to Bizjournals. Bizjournals is the online media arm of American City Business Journals, The Business Review's parent company.

The previous low had been set by Bush’s father, George H.W. Bush, with an annual job-growth rate of 0.59 percent. The elder Bush served between 1989 and 1993."

"Jobs are growing in the U.S. They've grown for 12 straight months under Obama's economic stimulus policies and, in 2010 alone, more jobs were added than in Bush's 8 years as president."


Bush asked Congress 17 TIMES to stop Fannie & Freddie - starting in 2001

So you're saying he couldn't get it done under a fully Republican Congress and only made progress when Democrats controlled the House and there was a split Senate?

"After years of historic deficits, this 110th Congress will commit itself to a higher standard: Pay as you go, no new deficit spending,” Pelosi said in her speech from the speaker’s podium. “Our new America will provide unlimited opportunity for future generations, not burden them with mountains of debt."

Yeah, that trajectory didn't change much.


The closest thing to a "success" obama has was getting binLaden, thanks to Bush policies.

Actually they had completely different policies. Bush had a policy of not finding him:

"I don't know where bin Laden is. I have no idea and really don't care. It's not that important. It's not our priority." - Bush

"I don't know where he is. I'll repeat what I said. I truly am not that concerned about him." - Bush

"Deep in my heart I know the man's on the run, if he's alive at all...I just don't spend much time on it, really, to be honest with you." - Bush

and then disbanded the CIA unit dedicated to finding bin Laden.

Obama had a policy of finding him.

bin Laden “has to be our biggest national security priority.” - Obama

2010 Election made that point completely clear you dolt. There are no more excuses.

What did the previous two elections make clear to you?

Wait for 2012. You're going to get TeaBagged again.

CNN Poll: Unfavorable view of tea party on the rise

The freedom we conservatives talk about is something more difficult to define, it comes from within and its not something granted by the government.

Right, conservatives just want the government to take away freedoms.
Sarah Palin gives good head on the Bus Tour

you talking about the Moorish rule or Francisco Franco?

be specific
well it appears the release of all those emails has landed squarely in sarah's favor. i think the dipshit lefties just made her electable.

this will be amusing.