Yes, she really did......

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Registered: 03-16-2007
Yes, she really did......
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Tue, 08-10-2010 - 12:41pm

Caught on camera, Sarah and her daughter, roll their eyes and give a "oh that explains everything" attitude to a teacher who has a sign protesting her role as a half term Governor. Judging by her reply, I guess teachers are not Sarah's kind of real Americans either.


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Registered: 03-10-2010
Tue, 08-10-2010 - 1:15pm
Saint Sarah! Say it isn't so. She's so respectful and inclusive. This is totally out of character. I can't imagine her expressing disdain. And wow....something must be wrong with the ever-articulate former 1/2 term governor. She was spewing out a word salad about fighting...constitution...free speech...elect candidates understand consitution...blah...blah...blah.

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Registered: 03-16-2007
Tue, 08-10-2010 - 1:25pm

It was her sarcasm toward the woman that got me. Sarah's voice

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Tue, 08-10-2010 - 1:31pm
You betcha' she had some eye movement there along with the screechy voice. Can you imagine if she becomes president, and one of her cabinet secretaries says something she doesn't agree with? There will be the eye-roll and the high pitch word salad (who coined the term "word salad"?). That would get very annoying.

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Registered: 03-16-2007
Tue, 08-10-2010 - 2:15pm

You betcha' she had some eye movement there along with the screechy voice. Can you imagine if she becomes president, and one of her cabinet secretaries says something she doesn't agree with?


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Registered: 08-30-2005
Tue, 08-10-2010 - 2:53pm

The snarky, sarcastic "OH, I'M HONOREDDDD" she used twice in there, and her inability to hold a real conversation beyond political talking points of "fightin' for America!" is what also really stuck out at me too.

Just unbelievable that this woman has people defend her. And if teachers aren't everyday, hardworking Americans, then I don't know who are. Guess that phrase has just shown itself to (again) mean conservatives who agree with her talking points and with the Republican party.

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Registered: 04-09-2006
Wed, 08-11-2010 - 4:08pm

The woman was angling for a contfontation: her first words were hardly polite (the bit about "your precious Bible")...so she got what she wanted. S.P. suddenly changed her tune when she found that she was "on video"...found she had "a lot in common" with her questioner. Interesting.

Deborah

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Registered: 04-09-2007
Wed, 08-11-2010 - 4:53pm

I can't see this video (don't think I would watch if I could).

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Wed, 08-11-2010 - 5:34pm

So you think this is so much better? And he was supposed to be more prepared:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r6HVeaDDMdc


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Registered: 04-09-2006
Wed, 08-11-2010 - 5:36pm

Right, before the teacher confronted S.P. about having quit the governorship to become a "celebrity", she started off with a snarky comment about "your precious Bible".

Deborah

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Registered: 03-10-2010
Wed, 08-11-2010 - 6:05pm
I don't see any snarkiness (or eyerolls) coming from Obama in that clip. I'm not sure how his speaking to the crowd was in any comparable Palin's snark/eyeroll. And, the music and video distortion played over/above Obama made it difficult to hear what he was saying.

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