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Sarah Palin Opposes And Supports Big Spending

Sarah Palin said earlier this week that that “America just can’t afford another big spender in the White House.”

Sarah Palin opposes big spending? Really?

So did Sarah Palin oppose electing George W. Bush, the biggest spending President of all time? No, Sarah Palin voted for George W. Bush – both times. Besides that, Sarah Palin’s running mate, John McCain, has given his support to George W. Bush’s big spending ways.

Pop quiz: Who supported the invasion and occupation of Iraq, a big government program that will cost between one and two trillion dollars before it’s through? Barack Obama or John McCain?

You’re allowed to look up the answer.

2 comments to Sarah Palin Opposes And Supports Big Spending

  • Elle

    Now that is unfair, I mean the Iraq war was supposed to only last for a few days, a couple of months at the most.

    I mean didn’t you hear the beloved leader grandstanding on that aircraft carrier telling us that the war was over, “mission accomplished”?

  • tom

    Like almost all the other statements Bush has made, “mission accomplished” ,
    the true cost of the war, and his reasons for invading were all lies. Not spin, not underestimation – LIES.

    Now we have McSame doing it in order to WIN the election. i’m not 100% behind Obama, but i’d vote for him in a heartbeat rather than let ANY other Republican anywhere near power again. That goes for Congress too. i’ll research the candidates, but all those Bush cronies and Bush siders (including Democrats) are OUT in my vote.

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