Sarah Palin wins the 2012 US Presidential Election

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From my studies of Zionist politics, only long term trends are assured.  Making specific predictions is a silly thing to do – especially when it comes to the particular face that gets fixed around the policy. So Sarah Palin winning the 2012 US Presidential Election is my silly act for the day.


3 Responses to “Sarah Palin wins the 2012 US Presidential Election”

  1. 1 Aspiemamyyau January 4, 2010 at 1:06 am

    She’s also not afraid tos show her dirty laundry. She acts human, she doesn’t try to be better than us all. She suffers with real issues like having a down syndrome baby, whom she could’ve easily aborted and nobody would’ve known, and she’s had a daughter get pregnant out of wedlock…shoot, who of us doesn’t have that story in our family? ____Palin like Ron Paul are the last few non corrupt politicians left. The rest need to GO. Obama wasn’t much of a change. Palin would be the first real change in US history. A major victory for women. __

    • 2 ananda February 13, 2010 at 7:29 am

      Haha. She doesn’t much have a choice in showing her dirty laundry. There is a lot there to show and expose. She doen’t try to be better than anyone else, because she’s not and that is very obvious to anyone with a brain cell. This may explain why you seem to think she does this.

      O major victory for women? Maybe in a country like Afghanistan when women where women have accomplished very little because they are so oppressed.

      Nice try, though. Now go read a book.

  2. 3 lwtc247 January 4, 2010 at 1:31 am

    Thanks for your post. I don’t know much about her personal life, but I’m sorry, I don’t share your enthusiasm for her. My prediction isn’t a call for support. And the reason why I oppose her is that she seems to me to be a Zionist, and I question what you say about her not being corrupt, corruption visits those who sell themselves to Zionism as surely as the night follows day.

    Gordon Brown (the current British PM) and David Cameron (the likely next British PM) both had kids with health problems – Camerons kid died recently I think. Their personal trials do deserve sympathy, but that holds no water with me in regards to my fierce opposition to their murderous foreign policy.

    If anything, a bit like the horrific suffering of (some of) the Jews in WW2, you’d expect all of them (all) to have learned from their suffering. But perversely, it’s as though they want to inflict similar, no, worse suffering on others!

    You put her on the same level as Ron Paul. I find that very unusual. I wonder what RP would say?

    Don’t you think Palin would be like Obama? – Seems to be the answer (a corporate mainstream media view) before taking up office, yet on entering office simply turns out to the same old stooge.

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