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« on: July 03, 2009, 07:52:06 PM »

Palin resigns as governor, leaves plans secret
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 Slideshow:Gov. Sarah Palin  Play Video Video:Sarah Palin Resigning as Governor ABC News  Play Video Video:Shocking Move FOX News  AP – Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin announces that she is stepping down from her position as Governor in Wasilla, … By RACHEL D'ORO, Associated Press Writer Rachel D'oro, Associated Press Writer – 51 mins ago
WASILLA, Alaska – Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin abruptly announced Friday she is resigning from office at the end of the month, a shocking move that rattled the Republican party but left open the possibility she would seek a run for the White House in 2012.

Palin, 45, and her staff kept her future plans shrouded in mystery, and it was unclear if the controversial hockey mom would quietly return to private life or begin laying the foundation for a presidential bid.

Palin's spokesman, David Murrow, said the governor didn't say anything to him about this being her "political finale." He said he interpreted Palin's comment about working outside government as reflecting her current job only.

"She's looking forward to serving the public outside the governor's chair," he said.

And Pam Pryor, a spokeswoman for Palin's political action committee SarahPAC, said the group continues to accept donations on its Web site, with an uptick in funds after Palin's announcement.

In a hastily arranged news conference at her home in suburban Wasilla, Palin said she will formally step down July 26, and Lt. Gov. Sean Parnell will be inaugurated at the governor's picnic in Fairbanks. She said she had decided against running for re-election as Alaska's governor, and believed it was best to leave office even though she had two years left to her term.

"Many just accept that lame duck status, and they hit that road. They draw a paycheck. They kind of milk it. And I'm not going to put Alaskans through that," she said.

The 2008 vice presidential nominee was seen as a likely presidential contender in 2012 and had proved formidable among the party's base. But the last week brought a highly critical piece in Vanity Fair magazine, with unnamed campaign aides questioning if Palin was ever really prepared for the presidency.

The backbiting continued through the week, with follow-up articles recounting the nasty infighting that plagued her failed bid. Her advisers sniped with other Republicans, underscoring the deeply divided GOP looking for its next standard bearer.

Meghan Stapleton, Palin's personal spokeswoman, shot down speculation that ranged wildly from Palin dropping out of politics altogether to eyeing runs against fellow Alaska Republicans U.S. Rep. Don Young and U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski. Palin's comment about serving outside government refers to the present, she said.

Stapleton, however, said it's too early to say whether Palin would seek the presidency. In the meantime, the governor will continue to work "toward affecting positive change as a citizen without a title right now," she said.

"Her vision is what's best for Alaska, which translates into what's best for America," Stapleton said.

Palin's resignation, timed on the eve of the July 4 holiday when many Americans had already begun a three-day weekend, seemed designed to avoid publicity. She alluded to how she could help change the country and help military members — code that she didn't think her time on the national stage was over.

Jerry McBeath, a veteran political science professor at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, called the pending resignation a "smart move," both for Palin and the state.

"Alaska is an isolated stage from which to operate if you want to figure in American national politics. I don't know what she has in mind. Some TV show or some national radio show. There are opportunities for her, I'm sure."

But political analyst Larry Sabato, in Charlottesville, Va., said Palin's announcement left many confused.

"It's absolutely bizarre, and I think it eliminates her from serious consideration for the presidency in 2012," he said.

Palin said her family weighed heavily in her decision.

"I polled the most important people in my life, my kids, where the count was unanimous," she said. "Well, in response to asking, 'Hey, you want me to make a positive difference and fight for all our children's future from outside the governor's office?' It was four yeses and one 'Hell, yeah!" And the 'Hell, yeah' sealed it."

Palin's decision not to seek re-election was a familiar one for a potential presidential candidate. Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney chose not to seek another term as he geared up for an unsuccessful 2008 presidential bid. Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty has announced he won't seek another term, giving him plenty of free time ahead of a potential 2012 bid.

Palin emerged from relative obscurity nearly a year ago when she was tapped as then Republican presidential candidate John McCain's running mate.

She was a controversial figure from the start, with comedian Tina Fey famously imitating her elaborate updo and folksy "You betcha!" on "Saturday Night Live."

In the presidential race, Palin became the butt of talk-show jokes and Democratic criticism after news broke that the Republican Party had spent $150,000 or more on a designer wardrobe, accessories and hair and makeup services for her. The high-end spending spree contrasted with the down-to-earth image she sought to craft for herself and became an unwelcome issue for the McCain campaign.

She didn't leave the limelight once McCain lost the presidency. She recently led a public spat with "Late Show" host David Letterman over a joke he made about one of her daughters being "knocked up" by New York Yankees baseball player Alex Rodriguez during the governor's recent visit to New York. Palin's 18-year-old daughter, Bristol, is an unwed, teenage mother. Letterman later apologized for the joke.

Palin also complained that her 14-month-old son, Trig, who was diagnosed with Down's syndrome, had been "mocked and ridiculed by some mean-spirited adults recently." She didn't elaborate.

Fred Malek, a Republican strategist who has advised Palin over the past year, said Palin was "really unhappy with the way her life was going."

"She felt that the pressures of the job combined with her family obligations and the demands and desires to help other Republican candidates led her to decide not to run again. Once that decision was made, she realized, why not do it now and let the lieutenant governor take over and get a head start on his election," Malek said.

Palin was first elected in 2006 on a populist platform. But her popularity has waned as she became embroiled in partisan politics following her return from the presidential campaign. Her term would have ended in 2010.

Palin expressed frustration with her current role as governor.

"I cannot stand here as your governor and allow the millions of dollars and all that time go to waste just so I can hold the title of governor," Palin said, referring to the alleged impact of multiple ethics complaints against her, most of which have been dismissed.

Palin remaining as governor is not good for Alaska, given the "political bloodsport" by her critics, Stapleton said. Stepping down is a "fighter's move," Stapleton said, essentially Palin stepping around political barriers in her way and pursuing her vision.

Her decision even took Parnell by surprise. He said he was told on Wednesday evening, and was not aware that any presidential ambitions were behind the move. U.S. Sen. Mark Begich, D-Alaska, said Palin didn't inform him during a 45-minute meeting Wednesday.

Palin's announcement comes after several recent blows to the Republican party. Ensign, a member of the Christian ministry Promise Keepers, stepped down from the Senate Republican leadership last month after admitting he had an affair for much of last year with a woman on his campaign staff who was married to one of his Senate aides. Ensign later disclosed he had helped the woman's husband get two jobs during the affair.

A government watchdog group, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, wants the Senate ethics committee and the Federal Election Commission to investigate.

Just days after news of Ensign's affair broke, Sanford admitted an affair with a woman in Argentina. Some lawmakers are now calling for his resignation. Before the admission, Sanford had been missing from the state for five days visiting his lover. He had slipped his security detail, lied to his staff about where he was and failed to transfer power to the lieutenant governor in case of a state emergency.

The party's troubles seem to have left two prominent 2012 prospects, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and 2008 presidential hopeful Mitt Romney, unscathed, however.

Palin has the potential to make far more money in the private sector than the $125,000 or so she has been making as governor.

Palin already had a deal with publisher HarperCollins to produce her memoirs, with publication planned for next spring. Terms of the deal have not been disclosed.

Six-figure book deals are common for high-profile politicos — President Barack Obama has made millions on his best-sellers — as are lucrative speaking tours and even their own talk shows after they leave office. One 2008 presidential candidate, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, landed his own show on the Fox News Channel. A Fox News spokesman said Friday that there have been no discussions with Palin.

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Associated Press writers Mark Thiessen in Anchorage, Beth Fouhy in New York and Sandy Kozel in Washington, D.C., contributed to this report.
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« Reply #1 on: July 04, 2009, 05:35:45 AM »

I think she is going to run for President. Alaska is a long ways away from the other 49 states. So by resigning she avoids Democrats ripping her as an absentee Governor because lets face it, you cant make too many day trips from Nome.
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« Reply #2 on: July 04, 2009, 06:13:39 AM »

Bye Bye!!
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« Reply #3 on: July 04, 2009, 07:49:05 AM »

Bye Bye!!

Do you really think she is just leaving? If she is running for President, she just made her life a lot easier. Like I said, she no longer has to worry about Democrats having to call her the absentee Governor. Another thing the Democrats started doing once McCain named her as his running mate was they filed literally hundreds of complaints against her office for a wide-ranging list of supposed wrongdoings. Not a single one was even close to being true but the law there says they have to be looked into and every time they did, Democrats would release a story saying "Palin Investigated". She can walk away from that crap now and do as she pleases.
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« Reply #4 on: July 05, 2009, 09:25:48 AM »

I think she is going to run for President. Alaska is a long ways away from the other 49 states. So by resigning she avoids Democrats ripping her as an absentee Governor because lets face it, you cant make too many day trips from Nome.


I think she wants to get her family out of the lime light. Enough's enough. Her 15 minutes are up. She'll be a talking head from time to time of Fox and that's about it.
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« Reply #5 on: July 05, 2009, 09:56:01 AM »


        I don't blame her for wanting to live a normal life and not be ridiculed over and over by our wonderful media . She was asked to run and it was probably the worse decision she ever made to be the butt of foul jokes and dumb impersonations by that no talent Fey and then have her family be ridiculed with nonsense just because her daughter got pregnant like that's something rare today an unwed pregnancy . I guess all parents watch their children 24 hours a day !!!  The best is that pompous know it all David Letterhead thinking it was funny to joke about her being knocked up by Rodriquez !!  Oh he said he doesn't write the jokes , like that was funny !!  I bet he reads them before he uses them though and if the joke said Letterhead was seen in the park handing out hershey bars to little kids and patting them on the butt !! Its not funny and he naturally would veto the that !!  She was victimized by the media and its disgusting that anyone would be treated that way !!  She made a dumb remark about seeing Alaska and the media jumped all over her !!  Obama said there were 57 states or something and it was ok as far as the media it got talked about only on Fox  !!  Which is worse a guy running for president that isn't sure how many states there are !  I hope she stays out of politics because she seems like an honest person and to be a good politician you have to be a smelly lying thieving crook .

       I hope someday her husband meets Letterhead in a bar and follows him to the washroom and sticks his foul mouth in the toilet after he takes a leak . And then have that foul mouth punk Bill Mauer who wants the world to think like him as an athiest and all religous people are idiots in his twisted mind . Give him a flush too for his over and over nasty remarks !!  Oh i'm SORRY thats our humor today !! if that shit makes you laugh you belong in a ZOO !!



       Our society is losing morals and respect and common decency at a fast rate !! 


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« Reply #6 on: July 05, 2009, 11:41:26 AM »

Maybe if Sarah Palin was more like the Democrat (former) D.C. Mayor, Marion "crack-pipe" Barry, the media and libs would be more kind.

This guy belongs in a wheelbarrow  mucker with the rest of the sh*it. Now he is stalking women?  thumbs down

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« Reply #7 on: July 05, 2009, 07:23:33 PM »

That is why you have to love the lefty media. Marion Berry is a drug using criminal but he gets better treatment from the media then Palin does.
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« Reply #8 on: July 06, 2009, 06:31:04 AM »

Sorry I just don't like her.  I believe in everything she doesn't.  I hate it when someone says we don't need sex education in school.  Bullshit we don't.  I am pro-choice and she is not.  I do not believe anyone should be able to tell you what you can do or not to to your own body, especially the government.  It is your choice. I don't like anything about her, I hope she stays in Alaska and takes care of her family. I think if I had a special needs baby he would be my top priority to a change.
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« Reply #9 on: July 06, 2009, 09:21:18 AM »

Do you really think she is just leaving? If she is running for President, she just made her life a lot easier. Like I said, she no longer has to worry about Democrats having to call her the absentee Governor. Another thing the Democrats started doing once McCain named her as his running mate was they filed literally hundreds of complaints against her office for a wide-ranging list of supposed wrongdoings. Not a single one was even close to being true but the law there says they have to be looked into and every time they did, Democrats would release a story saying "Palin Investigated". She can walk away from that crap now and do as she pleases.

She's a quitter, pure and simple. The going gets tough and Sarah Palin gets quitting.  thumbs down
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« Reply #10 on: July 06, 2009, 09:22:27 AM »

That is why you have to love the lefty media. Marion Berry is a drug using criminal but he gets better treatment from the media then Palin does.

That's nonsense. He got hounded out of office by the media.
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« Reply #11 on: July 08, 2009, 11:06:00 PM »

[quote author=race track phil link=topic=26365.msg267646#msg267646

       I hope someday her husband meets Letterhead in a bar and follows him to the washroom and sticks his foul mouth in the toilet after he takes a leak . And then have that foul mouth punk Bill Mauer who wants the world to think like him as an athiest and all religous people are idiots in his twisted mind . Give him a flush too for his over and over nasty remarks !!  Oh i'm SORRY thats our humor today !! if that shit makes you laugh you belong in a ZOO !


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Phil, great post, and the washroom comments reminded me of something that happened back in the late 60's in New York (at Monticello?). You may remember this bit of trivia. 

What was the Hall of Fame drivers name who ran over someone's money, then went to the mens room, only to meet two guys who worked him over, and smashed out his front teeth on the rim of the toilet bowl?

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« Reply #12 on: July 08, 2009, 11:21:53 PM »


      Grinder ,     You got me, I don't know too much about the east coast


              I spoke from personal experience !!

        You know Grinder guys like Letterman are just like computer guys that can say anything they want in the safety of their home . I use to like the guy , but his popularity has gone to his head that he can say anything to get a laugh from morons .

          What the daughter 14 or something he referred too !!


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« Reply #13 on: July 11, 2009, 01:45:48 PM »

So who is going to be behind her and support her if she decides to run?
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« Reply #14 on: July 11, 2009, 03:56:24 PM »

She's a quitter, pure and simple. The going gets tough and Sarah Palin gets quitting.  thumbs down


Quitter my ass. There are HUNDREDS of misconduct charges filed against her by Democratic operatives who do not even live in Alaska. Not a single one has been remotely proven but yet the law says she has to be investigated. She cant govern and she is getting killed with her private legal bills because of it.

She has done what is best for her state and herself if she does want to run for President.

I can only imagine what the sexual deviant Obama will do when he sees Palin's youngest daughter
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« Reply #15 on: July 11, 2009, 04:12:37 PM »

She's a quitter, pure and simple. The going gets tough and Sarah Palin gets quitting.  thumbs down
It amazes me how partisan you are.  You give drug addicts and thieves a pass if they are democrats and you slam Palin strictly because she is a republican. If she wants to become part of the national scene, she can't do it from Alaska as governor without ripping off the citizens of Alaska.  Obama ripped of the Illinois voters and the United State by running for two years while still drawing a salary. Oh yuy, so did McKain, Biden, and Clinton.
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« Reply #16 on: July 11, 2009, 06:50:42 PM »

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2009/07/11/palin-says-alaska-needs-new-ethics-policy

Typical Liberal Scum
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« Reply #17 on: July 11, 2009, 08:08:40 PM »


Quitter my ass. There are HUNDREDS of misconduct charges filed against her by Democratic operatives who do not even live in Alaska. Not a single one has been remotely proven but yet the law says she has to be investigated. She cant govern and she is getting killed with her private legal bills because of it.

She has done what is best for her state and herself if she does want to run for President.

I can only imagine what the sexual deviant Obama will do when he sees Palin's youngest daughter

I think the time has come for you to seek therapy.
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« Reply #18 on: July 11, 2009, 08:16:10 PM »

Right after you, pal.
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« Reply #19 on: July 12, 2009, 12:08:25 PM »

I think the time has come for you to seek therapy.
What an idiotic answer . 
You libs won't even let someone express an opinion. Look in the mirror.
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« Reply #20 on: July 12, 2009, 04:23:49 PM »

What an idiotic answer . 
You libs won't even let someone express an opinion. Look in the mirror.

He didn't express an opinion, he regurgitated the party line spin as fact.

Sarah Palin is a quitter, no amount of rationalization can change the fact that she quit. The American people will remember that and hold it against her, no matter how much laughable spin the Republican party puts on it. No other successful candidate has ever bugged out of his or her job with the excuse that they just can't take the heat from the media. 
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« Reply #21 on: July 12, 2009, 04:42:18 PM »

Sorry Terry, She can't be a force in the national scene if she operates in Alaska.  She has enough character to resign as she intends to spend the next two years in the lower 48.  I suppose that it is goes with you Id to think the worst of republicans, but  she said that she plans to spend the next few years supporting those who support what she believes in be they democrats or republicans.  Pretty refreshing to me.
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« Reply #22 on: July 12, 2009, 05:01:30 PM »

couldn't  complete   her first gubernatorial  term  the people of her state elected her to serve   thats refreshing   

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« Reply #23 on: July 12, 2009, 05:28:35 PM »

Sorry Terry, She can't be a force in the national scene if she operates in Alaska.  She has enough character to resign as she intends to spend the next two years in the lower 48.  I suppose that it is goes with you Id to think the worst of republicans, but  she said that she plans to spend the next few years supporting those who support what she believes in be they democrats or republicans.  Pretty refreshing to me.

It amazes me how blindly partisan you are to swallow all the excuses for the quitter. Here's the verdict from one of the biggest Palin smoochers on the planet, Fred Barnes at The weekly Standard:

"Forget about Sarah Palin as the Republican presidential candidate in 2012 and probably ever. She may have no interest in seeking the GOP nomination. But if she does, her chances of winning the nomination have been minimized by her decision to resign as governor of Alaska. She's knocked out one of three legs of the presidential stool and a second one is wobbly."

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« Reply #24 on: July 12, 2009, 05:51:32 PM »

He didn't express an opinion, he regurgitated the party line spin as fact.

Sarah Palin is a quitter, no amount of rationalization can change the fact that she quit. The American people will remember that and hold it against her, no matter how much laughable spin the Republican party puts on it. No other successful candidate has ever bugged out of his or her job with the excuse that they just can't take the heat from the media. 


You Liberals are hysterical. You take advantage of Alaska ethics laws and file hundreds of bogus complaints against Palin knowing damned well their law requires all complaints be looked into. Not a single complaint has come close to being found to be valid.

You are exausting time and resources of Alaskan authorities, you force Palin to have her own attorney. You cripple her administration because most of her time is now spent with the investigations that the law requires be looked into.

Then you call her a quitter but find the fraudulent complaints against her to be acceptable.
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