Thursday, October 30, 2008

Sharon Osbourne on Sarah Palin



I'm sorry but I laughed my ass off on this one. Sharon made very valid points, though.

12 comments:

  1. ^5 I love Sharon she never ever holds back

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  2. That was incredible! And this from someone of a different country. I think that says a lot.

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  3. I would say something, but I'm pretending to be nice.

    Cheryl

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  4. Personally, I think Sharon hit the nail right smack on the head! But as to women not being taken in by her, sad to say, I've come across a few, one being a cousin of mine in fact, who buy into the "experience" theory the Republicans are trying to tout about her. Sarah's definitely "over the top" but be darned if I want her up there and take the chance of her being in the top slot, running things.

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  5. Number one, Sharon even remotely comparing herself to a soccer mom is hysterical! The only reason her children might even remotely know what a soccer ball is, is because they are Brits, so that comparison is wayyyy off the mark.
    As to her comment about women not being "That stupid" let's face it, they were willing to vote for Clinton. "Nuff said.
    But, as a Republican I am a bit disturbed by Macain's choice of running mate. On the not being stupid comment, I'm not. I have enough sense to know that choice was made to try and slow down Obama's eerie, and scary meteoric rise.
    I'm guessing his thought was to take some of the focus off of Obama by offering a woman, and hoping Palin might grab some of the women votes. Now, if Palin would just shut the hell up!! And God please let Macain live long enough to end the term.
    I like Sarah Palin, but she is as ready to take over the Oval office as Obama is.
    We are so screwed!!

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  6. I missed it! The message said the video was no longer available.

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  7. I was able to get the video today, a day after theresa tried, so maybe it has been put back up.

    After McCain's ridiculous pick for VP, I am so happy that Hillary didn't get the D side or I'd have no one to vote for president this year. It is too scary to contemplate McCain somehow being unable to finish his term and Palin taking over.

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  8. Thanks for your comment, Jeni! And to think she wants to run in 2012.

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  9. I love your perspective, Linda. I was listening to someone talk about that last night. Like what was McCain thinking? Well he was thinking a woman candidate might be the spark his tired old George Bush lookalike campaign might need. And unfortunately I think it backfired on him. I was watching a documentary on McCain last night and although I am for Borack Obama because I really feel a gut instinct about this, I felt humbled as to what McCain has been through in his life. I don't think it gets more humbling than to be a POW running for office.

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  10. If it wasn't so important it would be ridiculous. McCain did not represent the conservatives. Neither did Mr. Bush. So here comes an energetic young conservative to add credibility and spunk to a damn near doomed campaign. And McCain and Palin had the Bush administration anchor from the start. The overwhelming liberal media was another even bigger anchor. McCain & Palin were swimming upstream with two anchors. All things considered, they did pretty well. Sarah Palin is a smart, ambitious, aggressive, thick skinned young politician - and she does not deserve criticism from someone like Sharon Osbourne who has such good judgement that she married a drop out, dead beat, drugged, brain fried creep like Ozzie and has contributed nothing to political management. Nothing.

    Dixon

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  11. Thanks for your comment, Bumps! Give it time, everyone in the democratic party will be ridiculed eventually. Just the way it is. Sarah Palin, however, he chose her because of what genre she was. She had met her one time. I don't think he knew who he was going to pick as VP until Hillary Clinton was kicked out of the race, then the Republican party said, "Wait, duh, this is our chance." I do feel that they made fun of her a little too much, but I'm thinking that the networks are democrat biased, or some of them. I know SNL is. Or maybe my hunch is that no one wants the country run like the last 4 years no matter if Bush is not conservative or McCain is not conservative.

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  12. I mean HE had met her one time. It's 7:30 in the morning...do you know where your brain is? Certainly not in the head, that's for sure, lol.

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