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This is what a president sounds like

This is what our country deserves and needs to hear from a president after a tragic incident like the one in Tucson.

33 Comments:

  • Hear , Hear.
    Not just because she is a Republican , but rather because she shows compassion without political rhetoric and stability from a tragic happening , while not finger pointing.
    Almost reminds me of how Mr.reagan would have reacted..                             Good view.!

    By MADDOG10, at 11:50 AM

  • Todd....I agree with you 100%.....This country needs a Leader for President and not a Community Organizer...!!!

    By tiparker119, at 12:23 PM

  • Like, I asked before who hell is this worthless, shameless bag of air. Just you people that always want to take back something like ( America) let me remind you, you can't take back that you never owned this country belongs to every American. We place the blame where it is deserving, I haven't blog on any site since the incident in AZ, but I will not list to or hear of anyone including administrative staff trying to say" this is the way a President speaks " which is totally and utterly absurd.This is really playing still again the blame game, trying to make herself the victim when it is crystal clear she is to blame for some the race bait crap she spew out of her crazy mouth. That promote craziest like this. So is the likes of Limburg. You don't tone down the rhetoric with more rhetoric.Enough said!!!!

    By louise black, at 12:25 PM

  • OMG! What have we come to?????

    By Ms. Pat, at 12:25 PM

  • @louise: It's funny to hear you speak about rhetoric. What exactly are you doing? Speaking nicely? Sarah Palin did not speak with any "rhetoric" - she addressed the nation respectfully.

    Really, you need a reality check.

    By Todd, at 12:50 PM

  • She can't even spell "respect". This lady is a nut case.My opinion.....

    By Ms. Pat, at 1:09 PM

  • Sorry, I had to run out to play my numbers, now let me finish, by saying I couldn't stomach listening to this crap from a know BS starter. I didn't watch this video,however they played it on the news today, what a crock! that for all the fair minded Americans that tried of the BS that mostly the right spit out their mouth because they don't like who's in office.I never and would never have made such horrendous statements about the former President W.Bush. There is serious discourse out there where this particular President is concern and it need to stop! I remember in 1988 when Limbaugh advocated a listener to use a gun against the Rev. Jesse Jackson that was the end of Limbaugh for me, turn off the radio and never turn it on again.Where he's concern the only way he see in my house someone else is showing him on their show.This what the American people show do to the likes of Sarah Palin now that is enough said!

    By louise black, at 1:19 PM

  • I try to stay out of political arguments now, but I couldn't help but to reply to this. Todd, you must be kidding right?....lol...President?

    http://blogs.lotterypost.com/joker17/2011/1/sarah-palins-greatest-hits-ha-ha-what-a-jo.htm

    By joker17, at 1:22 PM

  • I don't see the right "spitting" anything out of their mouths, but I do see many left-wing nuts jobs doing that. The right talks about the Constitution, and the left talks about ... well, I can't really pin it down. It's all a big jumble, and it's all very hateful.

    By Todd, at 1:24 PM

  • @joker17: No kidding at all. The *current* president is the one you should be questioning. The one who's biggest accomplishment was being a "community organizer", whatever the heck that means.

    By Todd, at 1:25 PM

  • Todd, as you well know, or might have forgotten, I think they're all merely puppets of the elite who are the ones running the show. They've been doing this for a very very long time. I don't like any of them.

    I just find it amusing when anyone from either side claims their guys and gals are better than the other side. They all stink. Both sides have agendas and lobbyists should be banished.

    Having said that, it amazes me that anyone would even remotely think of Sarah Palin as a possible candidate for President. I just don't get that one at all.

    By joker17, at 1:39 PM

  • @joker17 - Sarah Palin is not one of the Elites, which is why Elitists on both the left and right hate her and vilify her. They are scared to death that someone who truly is "from the outside" will come in and mess things up for them.

    As someone who writes in a libertarian mindset, you should be supportive of an outsider, I would think.

    Again, you are questioning the wrong person. Sarah Palin has showed her capability to lead and be calm in the midst of irrational behavior by attackers. The current president has not been a leader to all, and has led the country down a black hole of dispair and financial ruin. Notice how it is only by the election of a Republican majority in the House that the country is getting itself back on track?

    I don't know why so many people need to see this same lesson 100 times -- and they still refuse to admit it or get it (choose whichever applies).

    By Todd, at 1:46 PM

  • @ Todd - Sarah Palin is not one of the Elites, which is why Elitists on both the left and right hate her and vilify her. They are scared to death that someone who truly is "from the outside" will come in and mess things up for them.
    _____________________________________________________________________________
    I fully agree on that statement. I seen Michael Reagan dumping on her this am about quoting his father. Can be see at floydreports.com

    By JAP69, at 1:55 PM

  • At lease we can all disagree and express our opinions in this country without getting our heads chopped off...This is the democracy we learn to appreciate. We have our own beliefs/opinions and we can express them...there will always be differences of opinion no matter who is in office that is why we all have the right to vote for whomever..We must all learn to get along with each other respect each other's opinion and live harmoniously in this wonderful country called the United States of America regardless of race, creed, color or religion. Nuff said on this blog....by me Thanks for allowing me to express "My Opinion"

    By Ms. Pat, at 2:00 PM

  • Thanks Ms. Pat, I agree. Hopefully you had a chance to watch the video and see that is EXACTLY what Sarah Palin was saying too. That's why I'm shocked at the completely unfair and unfounded comments being posted here. Could anyone please tell me a single thing Sarah Palin said that was not directly in line with your remark? I doubt the nay-sayers even bothered to watch. Unless it's being spoke by their personal hero, it apparently hurts their ears to listen to anything spoken by someone on their hate list.

    By Todd, at 2:04 PM

  • Oh, I know she isn't one of the elite. If you watch the video I posted, she doesn't have leadership capabilities. She has no clue of what she talks about.

    How can you say she is on the outside, when she clearly sided with Bush. And secondly, you state that elitists on bothe left and the right hate her. I believe you and I are talking about different elites....lol

    The elite don't have sides. They tell both sides what to do. They keep the masses occupied and distracted when they created this left/right paradigm. This way the people can spend all day arguing over who is better while the elite do their dirty work in the backround. If anything, she probably doesn't even realize she works for the Power guys. I don't think most of them do.

    By joker17, at 2:06 PM

  • Yeah Joker, Sarah Palin is really clueless, going around doing things she doesn't even have the wit to notice.

    WHO is clueless?

    By Todd, at 2:08 PM

  • If Sarah Palin were ugly, homely, weak, lacking intelligence or easily influenced she wouldn't be vilified to the degree she has been. She apparently touches on something which brings out the venom in many.

    Great speech articulately delivered .... something we all needed to hear from a true leader.

    I wish nutcases like any cold blooded murderer present or past would realize the place to solve political issues is at the ballot box, not taking lives of innocents.

    By konane, at 2:10 PM

  • @konane, Thanks the comments, I agree.

    The sad thing here is all the left-wing nut jobs who immediately tried to use the murders as a political tool. How sickening.

    The *truly* sickening thing, however, is that the shooter was completely non-political, and did not even listen to the news or radio -- and didn't even vote! The whole horrible mess had absolutely *nothing* to do with politics -- his high school friend did an interview on GMA this morning.

    So these left-wing jerks were trying to pin the murders on Sarah Palin (!), and meanwhile the shooter was not even interested in politics.

    And people here are still saying *Sarah Palin* is bad? I am just plain DISGUSTED!!!

    By Todd, at 2:17 PM

  • She may fool all of them and become our first female President. Sweet revenge, don't you think? ;-)

    By konane, at 2:21 PM

  • Never happen, trust me or not it will never happen!

    By louise black, at 2:54 PM

  • Famous last words! :-D

    By Todd, at 3:51 PM

  • Regardless whether or not she'll become president, she spoke like a true American. Some people will NEVER get this because they're to wrapped up in themselves to see. The way she spoke should be the way any political person should speak, not to be a critic, nor point fingers in any direction. She was attacked by the media, and nut cases from the outer limits, and thats why she spoke up for herself, as would any person who was wrongly attacked. I've heard the majority of people say it was politically motivated by Sarah Palin's "map". To that I say these people who have said this IMHO have smelled to much "Cow Gas". Step up to reality and breath people and then speak...
    The way people think today was carried over from the elections last November, and no doubt will carry a big stick in the coming elections also.
    I like a person who can carry themselves without spilling venom while delivering the Truth...!

    @joker17. I looked at the video, and saw the video cut up in so many places it doesn't even echo the truth. But if thats your basis for saying she doesn't have leadership quality, then if at all possible could you tell me who does and I'll follow that person like a lost puppy..

    By MADDOG10, at 4:07 PM

  • Maddog, If you watch the entire Couric original video interview, it's not cut up. I'm sure the entirety of the other videos has the same info in them. They just edited it as to not bore us with all the parts in between. There was no adding of any manipulated words to make her look as If she said them just to make her look bad. She really did say those things. I can post all the videos by themselves, but I won't because I think I upset Todd already as it is, which I never meant to.

    I don't think any of them have leadership abilities because they're all bound by orders from higher and more dispicable entities. Don't be fooled by all the lies you've been indoctrinated for eons. The powers that really control everything in this world are behind the curtains planning their ill will against humanity, and we will all feel the pinch really soon. It'll make 9/11 and the state of the current economy look like child's play.

    By joker17, at 6:30 PM

  • And Obama is campaigning in all 57 states. I'm not sure what a dopey interview proves, when she was a newbie on the national stage at the time. Like maybe it would be a good idea to get with the times? I'm not trying to make you angry or anything.

    I guess it's easier to criticize her bad interview two years ago than to react to the very positive message she posted (and I re-posted above) today.

    By Todd, at 6:53 PM

  • The men behind the curtain must be having a good laugh watching the prisoners argue amongst themselves about which Wizard would make a better warden.

    By Rick G, at 8:17 PM

  • Thanks Todd, Sarah's speech was very touching and to the point.

    By sully16, at 8:18 PM

  • @Todd: Totally agree about the 57 states thing. Unbelievable gaffe that he was allowed to skate on.

    By Rick G, at 8:47 PM

  • Rick, The men behind the veil are laughing alright.

    By joker17, at 10:48 PM

  • Todd, I don't mind you being upset , I am surprise at your defence of this clearly unnerving undefendable person just because she is a tea party member.I think for myself. While others are paying their grieving respect to the families of the slayed Americans. Mrs Palin was on the Internet with a speech , yes right she trying to make herself the victim of this horrible crime , not one word about the families of the victims no sympathy for the congress woman.All about Sarah, poor Sarah.Using phase like" blood libel"do she really want to open Pandora box,we will just watch this one. "You think".

    By louise black, at 11:02 PM

  • Louise, The only upsetting thing is having people such as yourself continue to post opinions without a wit of facts or tangible debate. It's all either mocking or hatred, and that's upsetting. However, I am not upset in general. I have hope every time I see a good American like Sarah Palin ignoring the hate machine and people such as yourself, who never have a kind word to say. If you truly think Sarah Palin is a bad person, then I feel sorry for you, because you are going through life with such a closed mind that half of life must pass you by unnoticed. I'm sorry if that is upsetting to hear, it's not my intention to anger or upset you.

    By Todd, at 11:13 PM

  • Let me set the record straight , I don't hate Sarah Palin those are harsh words Todd, I would hope you are not serious about me not having a good word.As many have been heart broken since this senseless act of cowardliness by this mentally ill man. My tears are yet to stop flowing, for I too have a daughter barely older than Christina Green my only child. I sure Sarah is love by her family too but she need to tone down rhetoric. I would hope we could exchange ideas without guns. I don't like the guns metaphor.

    By louise black, at 12:53 AM

  • Everyone in politics uses gun metaphors, including Obama. Did you not hear in 2008 when he said the remark about bringing a gun to a knife fight with the Republicans? The fact that the liberals are picking on a map of Sarah Palin's -- when the Democrats used a nearly identical bulls-eye map the previous year is not only hypocritical, but is clearly trying to score political points off of the murder of six people.

    By Todd, at 6:40 AM

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