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Sarah Palin Talks About the First 100 Days of a McCain Presidency: Thinks We're at War With Iraq and Iran


US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Foreign Policy, Iran, Sarah Palin, Republicans, Neocons, PNAC, war with Iran, campaign 2008 )

Blue
- 2143 days ago - crooksandliars.com
There is a reason why the McCain camp embargoed Sarah Palin for as long as they did. She was talking to Greta on FOX and explained what the McCain administration would do in their first 100 days of taking office.



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Blue Bunting (855)
Saturday November 1, 2008, 3:41 pm
There is a reason why the McCain camp embargoed Sarah Palin for as long as they did. She was talking to Greta on FOX and explained what the McCain administration would do in their first 100 days of taking office. (2:07 mark)

Palin: Ok, we're confident that we're going to win on Tuesday so from there, those first 100 days, how we're going to kick in the plan that will get this economy back on the right track and really shore up the strategies that we need over in Iraq and Iran to win these wars...

Greta then glosses over it, as if Sarah never mentioned that we're at war with Iran and immediately brings up a possible "gaffe" made by Gov. Richardson. Go Greta.
Let's hope the Iranians didn't see this.
 

Roseann D. (178)
Saturday November 1, 2008, 5:01 pm
Hmmm, do you think that w/out Reality TV, Sarah Palin would even be possible?
 

Blue Bunting (855)
Saturday November 1, 2008, 6:03 pm
I can hardly wait for Nov. 5th when $creeching $arah will disappear forever from our TV screens.
 

Margi L. (129)
Saturday November 1, 2008, 8:35 pm
Amen Blue!
 

Mike H. (221)
Saturday November 1, 2008, 8:38 pm
This person is scary.
 

Blue Bunting (855)
Sunday November 2, 2008, 6:58 am
From The American division:

What is known, however, is that Ms. Palin has had long associations with religious leaders who practice a particularly assertive and urgent brand of Pentecostalism known as “spiritual warfare.”

Its adherents believe that demonic forces can colonize specific geographic areas and individuals, and that “spiritual warriors” must “battle” them to assert God’s control, using prayer and evangelism. The movement’s fixation on demons, its aggressiveness and its leaders’ claims to exalted spiritual authority have troubled even some Pentecostal Christians.

Ms. Palin delivered an enthusiastic graduation speech for a class of young spiritual warriors in June at the Wasilla Assembly of God, the church in which she was raised.

As governor, Ms. Palin appointed Patrick Donelson, a pastor and fishing guide who helped found a spiritual warfare ministry, to the only seat reserved for members of the clergy on the state’s Suicide Prevention Council.

Bishop Thomas Muthee, the Kenyan preacher shown on the YouTube video anointing her as she ran for governor, is celebrated internationally as an effective spiritual warrior who led a prayer movement that drove a witch out of his town in Kenya. The removal of the witch, Bishop Muthee says, resulted in a drop in crime, alcoholism and traffic accidents.

Religious leaders in Alaska, including Mr. Donelson, declined interviews, with several saying they had been told by the McCain-Palin campaign not to talk to members of the news media.

Russell P. Spittler, provost emeritus at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, Calif., and an eminent scholar of Pentecostalism, said, “Most Christians would accept the view that there are forces and powers in the world that oppose Christian virtues.” But, Mr. Spittler added, “Spiritual warfare makes a religion of identifying demons by names and ZIP codes.”

Y'mean, like, "Beelzebub, 07078?"

Critics say the goal of the spiritual warfare movement is to create a theocracy. Bruce Wilson, a researcher for Talk2Action, a Web site that tracks religious groups, said: “One of the imperatives
of the movement is to achieve worldly power, including political control. Then you can more effectively drive out the demons. The ultimate goal is to purify the earth.”

The article does assure us that it sounds scarier than it is. After the
brouhaha over Terri Schiavo, which included a confrontation between the
Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the local sheriff, that is no reassurance at all.
 

Blue Bunting (855)
Monday November 3, 2008, 10:32 am
There is something about Sarah ...

Going For The Gut

by digby

I can't honestly say that I'm prescient about much of anything, but
I have said from the day she was nominated that her attitude toward animals was a serious weak point for Palin. It wasn't about regular All American hunting. This was about her not caring if the polar bears drown and supporting aerial wolf hunting, which takes her way into the outer boundaries of the anti-environmental and gun culture. She
is far from being mainstream on a whole host of issues, but this is one that creates a visceral, emotional reaction and shows just how extreme she really is.

It looks like that disturbing wolf hunting ad moves voters:

A new national focus group among 312 self-reported Democrats, Republicans and Independents, revealed that after viewing a new ad by the Defenders of Wildlife Action Fund regarding "Palin's Wildlife Record", there was moderate movement among all parties toward Barack Obama.

The study was conducted by HCD Research and the Muhlenberg College Institute of Public Opinion (MCIPO) on September 15, to obtain Americans' perceptions of a new ad which questions Governor Sarah Palin's record in regard to wildlife in Alaska.

"The ad which focuses on Governor Palin's record regarding the treatment of wildlife in Alaska seemed to strike a chord with voters," commented Glenn Kessler, president and CEO, HCD Research. "The recent ads from both parties have had little impact among voters. This is the first ad in over a month that seems to have broken through," he added.

Among the study findings:

The ad earned Barack Obama a Political Communications Impact Score (PCI of 29.4 and John McCain received a score of 5.9, resulting in a net score of 23.5 for Barack Obama. The scores can be compared to a mean score of 9.3 for previously tested Obama ads and 7.5 for previously tested McCain ads. To date, the total mean score for all previously tested ads is 8.3

The most prevalent emotional responses reported from voters were "angry" and "disturbed" after viewing the ad. Click here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EQobIUE1zTU

It's one thing to be a frontier gal who hunts moose in Alaska for food. But most people instinctively get that there's something fundamentally wrong with this:

http://digbysblog.blogspot.com/2008/09/going-for-gut-by-digby-i-cant-honestly.html
 

Joanna D. (216)
Monday November 3, 2008, 11:29 am
I thought she wasn't able to say more stupid things like she said about global warming...

She's a public person, hasn't she got people who prepare talks for her?
Just send Palin to win her wars instead allow her to scary you.
US friends I wish you all the best on 5th of November!!
 

Clever Pseudonym (176)
Monday November 3, 2008, 2:07 pm
Well, she didn't necessarily say we ARE at war, just that she wants to get these wars rocking during the 1st hundred days.
 

Blue Bunting (855)
Monday November 3, 2008, 3:48 pm
$arah Palin tipped McCain's hand and talked about the coming war with Iran.
 

Past Member (0)
Monday February 1, 2010, 9:36 pm
Actually there is a disease that causes one to speak like that. The former Prime Minister of Canada (Jean Cretien) suffered from it. Come to think of it, I don't remember if he spoke from the left, or, from the right, but this being Canada and that being the US, it must have been the left.

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