Video: Diddy Blog #17 – Attention Sarah Palin

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7 Responses to “Video: Diddy Blog #17 – Attention Sarah Palin”

  1. 1 Molon Labe September 6, 2008 at 8:25 pm

    Sara Palin is a real person..Not a career politician that this country is plagued with..She is not a GW Bush or Hillary Clinton! She stands for what she believes in, not what she is told to think!..I commend you in manning up and telling America she “shut you the Fuck-up”..I know that most black people who vote will voet for Barack because he looks black..But he isnt Black! He is yellow! Meaning that he is a coward and has only one agenda and that is what his rich handlers tell him to say or do..Barack Obama is a Communist with Marxist ideology..Take away from those who have and give it to whoever he seems fit..I work hard for my money and I want to keep it for myself..He plans on taxing the shit out of America to fund programs such as National Healthcare..Look at Canada and you will see that is a very bad idea! The quality of health care in Canada is less than average, He wants to ban the right to own guns for the protection of our families while he is afforded personal security with machine guns..The right to bear arms for protection is a fundamental right and he thinks we are not good enough to own guns to protect ourselves when the the lazy cops can’t..Screw that!

  2. 2 Jerry September 6, 2008 at 10:12 pm

    PD is looking out for the Dem stormtroopers for him daring to compliment a Republican! Real classy, and good job!

  3. 3 Enigma102083 September 6, 2008 at 11:04 pm

    I don’t like rap, and I don’t like your music. But you now, at the least, have some of my respect.

  4. 4 thelogicalsmoker September 7, 2008 at 10:54 am

    Fuck that…she didnt get the benefit of the doubt from me

    I still think her and her daughter are whores…

  5. 5 Donny K September 7, 2008 at 4:09 pm

    Classy Move Diddy. Classy.

    This demonstrates how you can show someone respect and still disagree with them.

  6. 6 nextgen08 September 7, 2008 at 8:12 pm

    That’s a man, Or I guess to be politically correct, that’s an adult. Good on you Diddy! I will not support her or McCain for the white house, but she did give a great speech.

    While I don’t think Gov. Palin is right for this country and I think that she is out of touch with the majority of Americans, who are in the center of the political spectrum, I do think she is a very captivating woman. She has a down home, “one-of-us” feel about her, and I can appreciate that. I do how ever believe that her beliefs are divisive and extreme compared to most Americans and that she would put women’s rights and issues back about 20 years.

    This image of her as a reformer and as a fighter against earmarks is just patently false. She requested more money for earmarks from congress than any other Governor (Governor’s request earmarks through their representatives and senators in congress), and received 10 times more per resident than most other states. In fact what she received was half of what she requested. (She received about $300 per resident. The national average per state is about $35 per resident of most states.)

    I’m concerned that her substance can’t possibly live up to the reality of the candidate. She hasn’t been properly vetted, and doesn’t have the experience, (in my opinion), for the position she is being put forward for. I believe she is being used by the McCain campaign, and I honestly hate to see her family drug through the mud just so McCain can have something to give stump speeches about. (i.e. Media Bias) If you think I’m kidding, watch this.

    The republicans are playing this sexism card for all it’s worth, and in some cases I agree, but not in the majority of them. I think it’s fair to ask tough questions of a candidate that could end up taking over as commander in chief, as to their qualifications.

    Obama had to go through it, and the majority of the public feel he would do a decent job, (as indicated by is 6 point lead in the polls). No doubt it will be difficult for her, as a newcomer to the national stage, just as it was for Obama in 2004 when he took the national stage, and again in 2006 when he began toying with the idea of running and again when he announced his intention. She has to go through this process and we do our nation a disservice by trying to impede it. If she can’t stand up to Larry King Live, how can she stand up to dictators? Even Obama went on Fox News, an openly hostile news agency to the Democrats. It’s her turn to show she has what it takes.

    Anyway, nice blog Diddy. I’ll check back often.

    Jerame Clough
    -Next Gen Politics

  7. 7 thelogicalsmoker September 9, 2008 at 1:32 am

    I’d love to get some opinions on the Sarah Palin “Pastor Issue”…

    We are trying to get the true voice of the people…

    Please comment on the below post if you can..


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