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Barbara Bush Slams Sarah Palin

Former First lady Barbara Bush

Way Smarter than Palin

I don’t know about anyone else but I’ve always liked the First Lady (any and all of them) more than I’ve liked their husbands.  They always seem more intelligent, more connected, and more competent.

Barbara Bush was no exception and I still admire her.  Especially when she speaks her mind.

FORMER first lady Barbara Bush reportedly thinks former Alaska governor and vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin should stay in Alaska. Bush made the comments on Larry King Live, where she appeared with her husband, former President George H.W. Bush, in an interview to be aired on CNN on Monday, reported. When talk show host Larry King asked for her view on Ms Palin, Barbara Bush responded: “I sat next to her once, thought she was beautiful and I think she’s very happy in Alaska – and I hope she’ll stay there.”

We all do, Barbara, we all do.

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Written by Jim

November 21, 2010 at 08:37

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  1. OF course she does! The Elder Bushes are BLueBlood Country Club Rockefeller Ruplicans. They HATE the Tea Party worse than the Democrats do. Why? Bush Sr. style republicans don’t want to make any waves, might upset the dems you see. Don’t want true conservative ideas in place, cuz then they can’t expand the size and scope of government in areas THEY like.

    Eric Chamblee

    November 21, 2010 at 09:02

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  4. The half term governor is a “Dan Quayle” in heels. Since we already had an idiot “W” that caused our current economic debacle, America knows not to trust in fools who think they are brilliant. One of the reason for “W” failure was his drinking, Palin just has bad genes.


    December 1, 2010 at 23:29

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