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  •  Isn't he a dictator (7+ / 0-)

    If Obama is dictator, then why would he voluntarily leave office just because some piece of paper tells him to.

    The countdown clock really should be when Palin has yell over the bearing strait from her back yard and ask Putin's help to overthrow the US government to force Obama out.  I wonder if the GOP has any brain cells, or knows how to read history.  Dictators don't leave office.

    This remind me of my crazy Democrats friends who though Bush was a dictator.  The difference was that they were consistent and believed that we would have a civil war to remove him, and did not necessarily want to wait until the election.  I know that there are many in the GOP who want to do this with Obama, but not because he is a dictator...

    In any case, Palin doing this is not such a crazy idea.  She is not an entrepreneur, so it is likely some investors who have bought her name and likeness under contract that she do a minimum amount of work, something like she had with Fox News.  The internet makes something like this cost effective, as rack space and bandwidth is not expensive, and most of the software is already made, plug and play.  Ten thousand subscribers is a cool million a year in revenue.  And if it only lasts a year, so what, she has made some money.

    She was a fool, and so am I, and so is anyone who thinks he sees what God is doing. -Kurt Vonnegut Life is serious but we don't have to be - me

    by lowt on Mon Jul 28, 2014 at 10:01:27 AM PDT

    •  They also don't allow opposition media. (1+ / 0-)
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      A dictator would've locked up Palin a long time ago and threw away the key.

      America, where a rising tide lifts all boats! Unless you don't have a boat...uh...then it lifts all who can swim! Er, if you can't swim? SHAME ON YOU!

      by Back In Blue on Mon Jul 28, 2014 at 10:28:49 AM PDT

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