Sara Palin

@benhilo (871)
Tripoli, Libya
May 25, 2011 12:14am CST
Frank Bailey, author of Blind Allegiance recently talked on Fox News about the mistakes and regrets he has for working for Sara Palin. I may not necessarily agree about what he exposed related to the Palin's and their children however this woman is not even close to being President material. Think for a moment ... think of the famous women in recent history, women like Indira Ghandi, Margret Thatcher, Sandra Day O'Conner, Queen Elizibeth, and Benazir Bhutto, just to name a few. Would you consider Sara Palin as part of this group? I would not. I would definitely say she is famous but part of a different group like Lindsay Lohan, Brittey Spears and Paris Hilton. Can you convince me otherwise?
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@yoyo1198 (3644)
• United States
25 May 11
Not even going to try to convince you otherwise because I agree with you. I think SP has been relegated to the 'has-been' list. She belongs to the wack-o list as well. I noticed where her son recently married his high school sweetheart. They're going to have a bigger wedding affair later in the year for more family and friends.
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@benhilo (871)
• Tripoli, Libya
25 May 11
Thank you for responding. I love the little dragon and the wacl-0 list thing. Check out Robin Williams going off on SP: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_3cIhiZlnec&feature=related
@stary1 (6622)
• United States
14 Jun 11
I am going to disagree.[ I don't aim to change your or anyones mind. I don't know if Palin would make a good president at this time. I do believe she is far more intelligent and has accomplished way more than Lindsay Lohan, Brittey Spears and Paris Hilton all put together. In my opinion too many people are listening to the smear campaigns against Palin than actually looking at all she accomplished. I find her fascinating. She speaks and almost EVERYONE pays attention. LOL who else who was a failed VP candidate does that?? She is compared to Obama and she isn't even running. I like her spunk, guts, fearlessness and self disciple. She has been unfairly smeared and attacked over and over and still she holds her head high. I believe her when she talks about patriotism and religion and family values. She does not yet have enough world history knowledge in my opinion to be President. I hope she doesn't run but would keep an open mind about her if she decides to in 2016. Certainly she energizes many people and keeps other conservatives on their toes. I think she is a positive influence and certainly a fascinating personality.
@debrakcarey (19924)
• United States
20 Jun 11
Her emails put the MSM to shame. She has nothing to hide, all suits against her as gov. of Alaska were unfounded, and each time the MSM tries to make her look like a fool, it backfires on them and she shows she does know her stuff. We keep hearing what a has been she is but the press chases her around the country running red lights in the process. People really need to start reading MORE than just the MSM and see what the real world is saying.
• United States
12 Jun 11
Ole benhilo got this one right on the nose! I agree with you. Just for the record women who've made history were rarely well behaved.