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Jack Ohman for September 12, 2008

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    Thomas R. Williams  about 12 years ago

    Vertical learning curve.

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    Alexus_The_Great  about 12 years ago

    yeah, experience!

    my bleep!

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    TheGreatSatan  about 12 years ago

    Is that why Obama has 300 advisors?

    You idiot liberals crack me up. When Obama has no experience you say stupid stuff like “We don’t need another Washington insider” or “He’ll change politics because he’s not your typical politician”

    Give me a break morons.

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    Motivemagus  about 12 years ago

    Swell, another Republican substituting insults for informed comments. No one wants to refer to it because for some reason it is “elitist” to have a good education (except when trying to claim Bush is smarter than anyone can tell), but Obama is vastly better educated (Columbia, Harvard Law), has been on the ground in big cities for whom Wasilla would be a suburban neighborhood…equating the two is hilarious.

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    FarWestGirl  about 12 years ago

    LOL, drill, cram, what’s the dif? Her interview showed that she was just reciting, no assimilation of concepts or understanding at all. Just the type that the R’s like ‘cause they can be controlled by poisoning the information, and expected to pass it on whole… satan, you’re not even worth noticing.

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    dhleaky Premium Member about 12 years ago

    TheGreatSatan says:

    Is that why Obama has 300 advisors?

    AND NOT ONE IS A LOBBYIST.

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    kat827618  about 12 years ago

    Somebody noticed!

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    charliekane  about 12 years ago

    One comment following the ABC interview was that out of 500 people, probably none could correctly ifentify the “Bush Doctrine”.

    In reply, another commentator observed that none of those 500 people is running for VP.

    Her experience with national politics is thin to none. I expect the excitement over her to subside with time.

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    Herbabee  about 12 years ago

    ^ I dunno, Rosebud - that dorky SNL skit over the weekend may have given her a bump in the polls. ;-D

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    mackado  about 12 years ago

    Man, that SNL show was lame, the only good part was the opening with Tina, and that rapper’s music! YIKES!!!, is He an Obama supporter too? ahahahaha

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