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Old 09-04-2008, 12:09 AM   #1
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Governor Palin's speech tonight...

Who heard it and what did you think?

Oh, yeah, my opinion...
McCain nailed it when he chose Sarah Palin for VP. I thought she did fantastic. She was calm, confident, tough, feisty and still feminine, she made her points with passion and humor. She spoke very well and played to the rowdy audience perfectly. Rudy Giuliani was a great warm up for her too. For the first time in my life, I enjoyed listening to a political speech.

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I have to say, she has some damn good speech writers.

I'm thinking I like her more than McCain.

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Amy I liked it a lot. Forget whoever wrote it, you could tell from the shots of the telepromter that she wasn't just reading whatever was written. She speaks with passion, intelligence, and a voice that makes you want to listen to what she has to say. I think that over the next few months she is really going to hit home with a large segment of the voting population and help us bring home a McCain/Palin win in November.
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I think it was very very well done. I am now looking forward to the VP debates.
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she's a great speaker. and the whole republican party is finally fighting back like they should've been doing for the last 8 yrs. the democrats trashed bush on a daily basis, and the republicans did nothing in defense or in return. guliani, and everyone that night finally fought back, and railed back on the democrats and hussein obama.

why haven't they been doing this all along??????
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My wife wasn't going to vote in this election - she hated the choices.

She found her vote last night.

That says it all.

People rarely comment on the fact that male politicians have speech writers, but for Palin, people talk about it. She likely had a speech writer, but either that speech writer knows her VERY well or she provided input on what she wanted to cover. It came across as that genuine.

LOVED the shot of her daughter licking her hand to smooth the baby's hair! I about fell out of my chair when I saw that I was laughing so hard. That was priceless.

Loved the hockey mom/pitbull reference!

If McCain were to pass while in office, I could handle her being in that Oval Office.

For somebody who didn't seem to have any experience, she seemed to do quite well. I will admit that she still has some tough questions to answer on her bridge to nowhere and her change of stance on it (and that change's timing), and things like that. Her true test will be how she handles those items in her past.

Biden will have his hands full in the debates.
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Amy I liked it a lot. Forget whoever wrote it, you could tell from the shots of the telepromter that she wasn't just reading whatever was written. She speaks with passion, intelligence, and a voice that makes you want to listen to what she has to say. I think that over the next few months she is really going to hit home with a large segment of the voting population and help us bring home a McCain/Palin win in November.

i didn't notice till this mornig, people keep saying whoever wrote it, or she was coached and so on. every politician to ever give a speech was coached, and his speech was written.

i don't care who coaches you or writes your speech, you can't fake what she has.

edit: i just heard this. half way through her speech the teleprompter scrolled way ahead cuz of all the applause she was getting. she was winging half the speech cuz the teleprompter malfunctioned.
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Yea, she got my attention for sure, still need to see where she stands on other policies, illegal immigration, SS, US corporations exporting jobs and technology to foreign hostile powers like Intel did with their R&D going to China.
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I loved it! I think that she did a great job delivering the speech. And yes, it was written for her, but as said before, she either had a great deal of influence on the writer or just used the written speech as a "guideline" to deliver her message. This was to be her first speech using the tele-prompter, but it appeared that she used the paper notes that were on the podium more than the teleprompter. But frankly, none of that mattered, it was an awesome speech. She connected with so many people in her audience as well as those watching at home. I can't wait to see how she does in the debates.

The RNC finally found a candidate with some balls! Pretty amazing that it turned out to be a woman. A year ago I said that I didn't think that America would vote for a ticket that had a woman on it. I can't tell you how happy I am to say that I now think I was wrong.
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Her speech writer said they worked together to develop it.

She was for the bridge to no where until she was briefed on what it would actually cost the and decided it wasn't worth it. Seems logical to me.

I didn't get to watch the speech but I listened and it sounded pretty good, she slipped up a couple times but made very smooth recoveries. I wish she would have come off as a little more serious and a little less sarcastic but I can understand after the last week of attacks by obamas hit men.

All in all I'm very happy with the choice and would be comfortable with her as POTUS.
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Forget whoever wrote it, you could tell from the shots of the telepromter that she wasn't just reading whatever was written.
Funny you say that. The teleprompter screwed up halfway through it, so a big portion of it she recited from memory. Giuliani had to do the same thing.

RedState: BREAKING: Sarah Palin "Winged" Her Speech Because of "Broken" Teleprompter

I watched the democratic convention's big speakers. I thought it sounded like they were all trying to run for president. Hillary sounded like she was making a speech for herself. Bill Clinton sounded like he was still trying to pitch his wife, then threw in his two cents for Obama at the end. Obama was just too over the top. When he speaks, he's just too reverend-ish. I keep thinking people ought to be throwing out some "amens" and "hallelujahs". It felt like he was talking at me, not to me.

Then I watched the republican convention. I think it was well coordinated. What I mean by that is the initial speakers didn't really pitch the issues too much. They were light on the issues, and heavy on how they know the candidates, specifically McCain. They did a lot of comparing and contrasting between repub and dem candidates. Of course, leave it to Obama to throw out his two cents that no one in the convention has addressed the "issues" yet.

Fred Thompson was great; too bad he didn't put that much effort into his campaign. Lieberman was ok; nothing spectacular. He's not a dynamic speaker anyway. Romney was alright. I missed Huckabee, so I'm going to have to go back and watch him. Giuliani hit it out of the park with his speech; hands down the best speech of the convention.

Palin did what I expected she would do. She introduced herself. Gave us some background on what she's done, and she addressed the "issues". I expect McCain to focus on the "issues" as well. What I like most about Palin is the "I know her" kind of vibe. Her life isn't perfect. It's kind of like when you realize that even a supermodel has the ability to do some serious damage to a bathroom after eating mexican food. She's one of us, and doesn't make any effort to hide that fact.

I think this was a very well thought out convention. The democratic convention now in comparison seems like a rather disorganized mess, and I could really tell there's a lot of animosity in that party still. Maybe that's why the democratic controlled congress has a horrible approval rating; one of the worst in history. I hear a lot about Bush's approval rating, but his approval rating is a lot higher than Congress'.
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I'm just gettin really tired of the media telling me what I should think about the speech, or the choices for candidates for POTUS. Sheesh, they act like nobody can think for themselves. We need to depend on them to tell us what was said and what it means???

Give me a break, and some credit for being able to think for myself!!!
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That's just it, Dare, that's why the media is so against Gov. Palin. They've decided Obama is going to be the next President, they want him to be the next President, but the people aren't listening to them. It's really pissing them off.
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its pissing you off that the people aren't listening to the media?? are you trying to brain wash us?? just messin with ya
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i turned it on when the introduced her
they clapped for over 3 minutes
I got so pissed off I turned it off
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Here you go...

If you did not Catch it!

Look for Sarah Palin to be the first Female US President.






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its pissing you off that the people aren't listening to the media?? are you trying to brain wash us?? just messin with ya
No, it's pissing off the media that We're not listening to them, the media.
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Yeah, she's a good choice. I don not feel as I will be wasting my vote now. But you still can't do anything with a democrat Congress.
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Yeah, she's a good choice. I don not feel as I will be wasting my vote now. But you still can't do anything with a democrat Congress.
You can stop em from doing really stupid stuff.
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You can stop em from doing really stupid stuff.
I disagree.... You can't fix stupid!
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No, you can't fix stupid but a Republican President can veto stupid things a Democratic Congress might try to do.
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No, you can't fix stupid but a Republican President can veto stupid things a Democratic Congress might try to do.

You cant fix it but you can quit voting for them



In Texas the Governor has a right called the Line Item Veto That is what the President needs EarMarks would go out of style real fast then.

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Yeah, she's a good choice. I don not feel as I will be wasting my vote now. But you still can't do anything with a democrat Congress.
The president appoints an entire cabinet that handles all sorts of good things. The democrats will be a PITA when it comes to confirmations on these appointments, but McCain, having crosses party lines in the past, and being in the senate as long as he has, will have an easier time getting some of his people appointed.

You'd be surprised what power the president has if you think congress will keep him from doing anything productive. I agree, that congress can be prohibitive, but a good president will still be productive.
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I'm more interested in what the VP can do, in all honesty I've never really looked at the VP and the VP's authority. Is there a quick synapse of the VP's power ? I know she's head of the house, is she allowed to shoot stupid congresspeople ?
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I'm more interested in what the VP can do, in all honesty I've never really looked at the VP and the VP's authority. Is there a quick synapse of the VP's power ? I know she's head of the house, is she allowed to shoot stupid congresspeople ?
She can replace the old geezer if his health fails. I believe he's 72 years old. She will gain great experience over the next 4 years and run against the Hilldabeast with a heck of a background.
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To me her voice is like fingernails on a chalkboard or maybe it's the accent so I turned it about halfway through. In the end VP does not matter to me. The top of the bill is really what matters.
It still seems that her biggest qualification is that everybody wants to do her, myself included, LOL!
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The vice president’s most important role is to replace the president if the president dies or becomes unable to manage the country’s affairs. Under the Constitution of the United States, the vice president automatically assumes the presidency if the president dies.

The 25th Amendment details procedures for replacing a president who is incapacitated due to illness, injury, or other reasons. In such cases, the president may hand over power to the vice president by sending a written message to the Congress of the United States stating that he or she is unable to carry out the presidential duties. Should the president become incapable of running the country and be unwilling or unable to acknowledge this, the vice president and a majority of the Cabinet can notify Congress that the president is unfit. The vice president then becomes acting president until the president certifies in writing that he or she can resume the presidential responsibilities. The vice president, with the support of a majority of the Cabinet, can block the president’s resumption of power, but their decision must be approved by votes of two-thirds of both houses of Congress within 21 days. If Congress fails to support the vice president and the Cabinet, the president regains control.

The Constitution gives the vice president few other official duties. The vice president serves as president of the Senate, formally presiding over Senate deliberations. Even this constitutional responsibility is limited, giving the vice president a vote on Senate bills and resolutions only if there is a tie vote. Because of this limited role in the Senate, the vice president rarely comes to the chamber. The Senate selects a president pro tempore (temporary president), who supervises the Senate most of the time. The vice president also presides over a joint session of Congress when it formally counts electoral votes for presidential elections.
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I'm more interested in what the VP can do, in all honesty I've never really looked at the VP and the VP's authority. Is there a quick synapse of the VP's power ? I know she's head of the house, is she allowed to shoot stupid congresspeople ?
Do you know how a chain of command works?

The president has a ton of people that work under him. Think about it, just the pentagon has over 20,000 employees. The president appoints his "cabinet", which is the top tier in the chain of command. These are all the secretaries that oversee each major branch of the governmental operations. Under each secretary, these branches are broken down even further where you have under secretaries. On top of that you have administrators who aren't secretaries, but they are in the same tier as secretaries. The secretaries usually pick their under secretaries and it's all politically influenced with knowledge of the president, but secretaries, under secretaries, administrators (and ambassadors) all have to be appointed through confirmation hearings through the senate. This is where things get bottlenecked through politics.

These secretaries and administrators report to the VP, and the VP reports to the president. The president will sit in on high level meetings, but because the president is involved in so much, many times the VP will kind of stand in for the president, and then brief the president later.

In foreign relations, you won't see Palin going all over the place like people claim she will if she and McCain are elected. When we have negotiations going on with another country establishing treaties, or protocols, or some sort of an agreement, it will typically start with one of the under secretaries who will do all the traveling. Negotiations could drag on for years, as is the case with Iran; it's been going on since 2002. Once things get to the point where we are ready to sign some sort of an agreement, then it will get up to the top tier people, and the VP or the presidents of the countries will meet, because at that point, it will be more highly publicized, and people will want to know why the presidents of two countries are meeting, and they will expect some sort of progress to come out of that meeting. Two presidents do not get together and solve world issues over a cup of tea in two hours. The under secretaries work for years negotiating agreements, reporting back and forth to their secretaries, who go back and forth with the VP and the president.

The amount these foreign relations under secretaries travel is insane, but I don't expect the VP to be all over the place. She would spend some time away from home, no doubt, but foreign travel would be limited. Most of that would be left to McCain, and the huge bulk of it would happen even below the both of them. Look at the big deal they're making about Cheney's travel to Georgia this week. He spent all of 4 hours there. She would probably do some initial travel to do some introductions, and get up to speed on the international arena, but after that, she can get back to the USA and kick her shoes off.
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In Texas the Governor has a right called the Line Item Veto That is what the President needs EarMarks would go out of style real fast then.
Um, the President already has that right. When's that last time you read the Constitution?

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Wait, you're talking about the President of the United States and the US Constitution, ain't you? Sorry, my bad.


In all seriousness, the POTUS should have the authority to do a Line Item Veto. Of course, there's only one way to get that. We need a 28th Amendment to the Constitution.

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