8 Responses to “laugh or cry? good choice joe!”

  1. 1 Sue in Minnesota
    November 19, 2010 at 11:50 am

    Joe, you are to kind! One of the reasons I love this man. Happy Birthday Joe….Best wishes and God’s Blessings to you and yours, always.

    The media bubble surrounding Palin needs to be popped……now! Without exception, until Palin, I have always sought to find the goodness in people. I have tried, and tried……but I have failed to find any redeeming qualities in Sarah Palin. I tend to believe she is mentally unstable (ill), and if she is not, then in my estimation, the hate she manifests will ultimately be her ruin. Sarah Palin doesn’t deserve to be mentioned in the same sentence as President Obama. And should she run, he will mop the floor with her, all while remaining dignified, respectful and gracious.

    • 2 Thro67
      November 19, 2010 at 1:57 pm

      I totally agree with you, Sue. I don’t know why this woman is still featuring in the public domain. She quit her job as an elected official, she left her state to ride out a serious economic collapse without her. She verbally attacked a new President who was fighting two wars and dealing with a global economic crisis and a failing auto industry. She did nothing to try and bring this country together, to try to help fix problems – she created more. She manipulated the weak minded fools who follow her. She fuelled division and ill will in the country. She’s not a leader. She’s toxic. And she has no character or integrity or staying power or positive energy.

      And she wants to be President. And serious “journalists” are asking her very seriously whether she will run for President, knowing full well that she is a death knell to education, science, unity, democracy, tolerance, partnernship, respect, knowledge, fairness, intelligence, honor, equality – the list goes on and on. She stands for nothing good. She is a failure.

      • 3 Eleroy
        November 19, 2010 at 9:00 pm

        The American media has propped up this marginally literate woman just as another way to insult and disrespect President Obama.
        When the story of President Obama’s Presidency is written, the American media will be judged very harshly for the part they played in running interference even as this superior President worked to clean up the mess and to bring our country back from the brink.

        They sit around holding President Obama to every standard imaginable while they cower and play footsie with George Bush, Cheney, Rove and all the people who bankrupted our country and drove us over the edge.

        The American media is a disgrace and if I were a witch like Christine O’Donnell or had access to some serious voodoo, I would not hesitate to cast some really wicked spells on many of these folks!!! They should be grateful that my Jewish guilt stops me from dabbling in the occult. Reeeeaaally grateful!!!

  2. 6 Sue in Minnesota
    November 19, 2010 at 10:35 pm

    I think most of our media is a national disgrace. Sarah Palin is loathsome, but without the media she is of little consequence on the national stage. The media has a lot to answer for, when it comes to Palin and the subjection of the American people to this piece of fiction. And as we wait for them to step up to their professional responsibilities, damage is being done.

    • 7 Chi
      November 20, 2010 at 3:19 am

      “And as we wait for them to step up to their professional responsibilities, damage is being done…”

      And that my friends, is the story of America’s demise in a nutshell…Spot on Sue!

  3. 8 Asher in Boston
    November 20, 2010 at 12:13 am

    This woman palin is so hateful that you are left to wonder what kind of people she appeals to. All the media is doing is just to parade her day in and the out with her hate spewing lingua. what a joke!

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