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Palin Implies Kissinger “Naive”

It seems Sarah Palin believes both Barack Obama and Henry Kissinger are “naive”.


It’s beginning to occur to me a reason she is well liked by Karl Rove, the neocons, and the Dominionists might be because they recognize, if she is elected, they will have a tool who shall be wholly dependent on them.  I don’t see how she could possibly do a thing without their or someone else’s guidance.

7 thoughts on “Palin Implies Kissinger “Naive””

  1. There are many words that come to mind when I think of Henry Kissinger (like, oh, I don’t know—conniving?) but “naive” isn’t one of them.

    If Pallin were some extremely experienced politican, I could maybe see her trying to claim Obama is naive but given that he has a million times the experience and qualifications she does it’s a little ridiculous.

    The Vice Presidential debates should be pretty satisfying, Biden will eviscerate her on national television.


  2. Paul: “I don’t see how she could possibly do a thing without their or someone else’s guidance.”

    I can see her following someone else’s guidance… until she got into power. But if she ever got in the top position… we might very well be wishing we had George Bush back.

    “Biden will eviscerate her on national television.”

    Pray that he does…

    – M. \”/


  3. I think the current puppetmasters see Palin’s malleability as more of a silver lining at this point. Have to find something good about a candidate who is dramatically unprepared for the national stage. And the international one.

    I kinda have to agree with Meowlin, though. Once she’s in, I think she’d be more assertive. Right now, she’s clearly so freaked out she doesn’t know whether she’s coming or going. Palin may not be as quite as stupid as she seems, which is a source of worry if she does actually manage to perform well in the upcoming debate. Grrrr.


  4. @ Meowlin: I think you might be right. She wouldn’t know what to do as president, but she would most likely want to do something. Maybe fire people. She seems good at doing that.

    @ Heather: I agree Palin is not entirely stupid. It’s hard for me to get a sense of how smart she is, though. She kind of baffles me.


  5. Paul, did you see here interview with Couric? Also, anyone that wants creationism taught in public schools under the “teach both” propaganda is either being dishonest or ignorant when it comes to science. Any human that thinks abortion should not be allowed for rape victims is beyond cruel. Any person that says war is “a task from God”–“god” being any supernatural entity he or she believes in–should be placed in solitary confinement for insanity. Any person that thinks abstinence-only sex education works has serious mental issues. Lastly, for the sake of brevity, any person that thinks healthcare should be a business is completely missing the point of what it means to “care” for someone.

    Perhaps most of the population feels the same as she does on these issues OR perhaps many of the people who would vote for McCain/Palin are religious zealots also hoping for the excision of all things secular.


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