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Discussion in 'Political Rants' started by winbig, Oct 21, 2008.

    Oct 21, 2008
  1. winbig

    winbig Keep winning this amount.

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    No, this is not another 'attack' on Palin's personal life. This article just leaves me bewildered.

    #1. Aren't you supposed to NOT fly while you're pregnant (she was in her 3rd trimester)
    #2. Not only did she fly to Texas from Alaska while pregnant, she flew back to Alaska AFTER her water broke in Texas??? What would have happened if there were complications on the flight back? Emergency landing? :what:

    ....and this might be our new Vice President, who seems to make oh so logical decisions? :rolleyes:

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  2. Oct 21, 2008
  3. RobWin

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    I'm still trying to figure out if it's her 17 year old or 15 year old daughter that is pregnant now or has she already had the baby ?? :confused:
     
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  5. winbig

    winbig Keep winning this amount.

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    :p
     
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  7. winbig

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    lmao.....

    Wow, they've really cleaned him up so he can be in front of the camera for the media now. Check out the before and after pics.


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    Sorry

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  8. Oct 21, 2008
  9. GGW Laurie

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    i was 8 and a half months pregnant with twins when i flew home, its not unheard of to do so but risky imo, i do think if my water had broken, i would have stayed put and headed for the nearest hospital but thats just me, different strokes for different folks, i guess...................laurie
     
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  11. lots0

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    People in Alaska fly everywhere.

    Just about every long time Alaskan resident has a plane.

    Thats what happens when you live in a state that only build roads and bridges to nowhere...
     
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  13. winbig

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    I'm no doctor, but I seriously doubt any doctor would advise a woman to fly nearly 4,000 miles after their water broke.

    Let's also not forget the basic facts here:

    Not only did her water break, but she gave a 30 minute speech afterwards, and before flying to Alaska?

    She wasn't alarmed at all that her water broke, even though her baby wasn't due for another MONTH?

    It's obvious she didn't even THINK about the welfare of her unborn child. How does one think that she even cares about the American public?

    Here's her flow chart:

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  15. winbig

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    Sorry, but I'm just going to throw it out here. Don't stone me, it's an honest question.

    She knew in December that tests showed that her baby would quite possibly be born with Down syndrome.

    Food for thought: Since she is against abortion, maybe she saw the 4,000 mile flight after her water broke as a 'way out?'
     
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  17. GGW Laurie

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    its a fair question, but i dont think that was the case imho, still odd though about the water breaking and then giving a speech before flying that far back home, now that one does have me bewildered too........laurie......nite all:)
     
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  19. winbig

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    Here's another wrench to throw in the mix:

    She even had a layover in Seattle...
     
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  21. RobWin

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    Who is Trig's Mother - Sarah or Bristol Palin :confused:

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  23. winbig

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    That story has been debunked for quite some time now. Let's not even go there. :)
     
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  25. RobWin

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    The jury is still out on who's it really is the more I read and watch these videos, the baby seems to always be in Bristol's care in 98% of all the pics out there, just found this one too and it even makes the point clearer...just saying if the evidence does make it Sarah's then why does the hospital in Wasilla not have a record of this ?? Why is there hardly no pics of the younger daughter or even Todd for that matter holding the baby ?? There is still a shit load of questions unanswered on this in my book...

    Levi & Bristol's MySpace Page Proof Sarah Palin Grandma
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  27. lots0

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    I think its a done deal...

    McCain holds a rally and 2000 people show up.

    Obama holds a rally and 100,000 people show up...
     
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  29. anniemac

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    You know, guys, I really like all of you but this thread is absolutely uncalled for. I notice that there are not any women commenting on what you guys think is so very important. Since it is physically impossible for you to know about the birth of a baby, I don't see where any of you are qualified to pass judgement. You are dragging up personal stuff simply because she is a woman. You don't know what the reason was that she flew back to Alaska. And unless you were in the bedroom with her and her husband or her daughter and her boyfriend, I don't think you need speculate on whose baby it is.

    I don't see a halo above Barack Obama's head or Joe Biden's either. Bill Clinton had his sex life plastered all over the world and he is still regarded as a great president.

    The insinuations and comments you have made on this topic are just plain nasty.
     
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  31. GamTrak

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    I guess it's acceptable on that other board then huh? :lolup:
     
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  33. anniemac

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    What are you talking about? I really don't care what is posted on another board.

    If she chose to have her baby on the side of the road, not your business. Lots of women chose to have their babies in a birthing tub and personally, I can't think of anything I would rather do less. Is it my business, absolutely not. Could it affect the way I would run this country? Absolutely not. My sister chose to fly home in labor so that her youngest could be delivered by her doctor.

    And IF her youngest by some slim chance does belong to her daugter, then you know what, more power to her. I am a mother and if I thought that my daughter/son would benefit from my claiming their child was mine, I would do it in a heartbeat. And again, it is none of anyone else's business.

    You know the old adage about people who live in glass houses. Work in this situation.
     
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  35. winbig

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    Sorry, but I stand behind every comment I've made in this thread.

    Look at it from another angle:

    A lady is 44 years old, and 7.5 months pregnant with a child that quite possibly has down syndrome. (can we say high risk pregnancy?)

    Her water breaks, 4,000 miles from home.

    Not only does she wait 30 minutes to board her plane, but she waits for a connecting flight in a city that is ~2300 miles from home.

    Thank God that she makes it home in time to get to the hospital and deliver a healthy baby.

    ....and womens groups are applauding her for this? :rolleyes:

    If this was any woman besides Sarah Palin, child protective services would NOT let this woman keep her baby. Plain and simple. What she did was put her unborn baby in jeopardy.

    Having a baby on the side of the road usually means that the baby is coming, NO MATTER WHAT YOU DO. If it's gotten to that point, then it's too late to get to a hospital.

    Think about the baby. What's best for the baby. Not "what's best for the mother." What would have happened if the baby decided it was coming out on the plane, and there were complications? What would have happened if the baby died because she didn't go to a hospital where she was in Texas, and instead decided to fly 4,000 miles home?

    I think it's everyone's business. This only proves the fact that she doesn't think logically about the decisions she has to make, and puts lives in jeopardy when she does so. Remember, this may be our future president if something happened to McCain; which is quite possible, given his age.

    Did she let the airline know that she was in labor? A lot of airlines won't let women fly if they're that pregnant - without a doctor's release.

    and again, yes, that's her choice, but was that the best decision for the baby?
     
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  37. anniemac

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    Winbig,

    What I am trying to get across is that you don't know the facts about this. No one does. This is personal and has no business being batted around this forum or any where else. You don't know the physical/medical situation. Just for informations sake, I was 2 weeks overdue, had been on bedrest for 2 months and guess what I did the day I went into labor. I canned tomatoes and pickles from my garden. All day long. Was this a wise choice? Didn't affect my daughter's birth at all.

    It has no bearing on the presidential/vice presidential capabilities. You bring this up because she is a woman. I see no one scrutinizing Michelle Obama's birthing choices.

    Did Barack Obama ever smoke? How about Joe Biden or John McCain? If they did, does that make them less qualified to run for president?

    It is not our business and has no bearing on anything.

    And I stand by my statements also.
     
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  39. winbig

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    :what:

    Everybody knows the facts regarding her flight from Texas to Alaska after her water broke.

    Yes, it's personal, but at the same time, it just goes to show that she makes decisions based on what's good for her, and not others. I definitely can't trust a person, man or woman alike, that makes decisions such as these but yet may be leading our country one day.



    Not a wise choice, but canning tomatoes and pickles is a far stretch from flying 4,000 miles after your water broke. :)



    No, I bring this up because (again) it shows her true character. She will continue to make decisions based on her agenda, and will not take anything else into consideration, apparently.

    The last time I checked, Michelle Obama wasn't running for Vice President....but if you want to debate any bad decisions that she's made in regards to her pregnancies, feel free to post it...:)


    A candidates option to smoke or not is on them. I don't see why that would make them any less qualified.

    Yes, it is our business. One day she's going to be putting her baby at risk, the next, she's going to be putting us at risk, because she cannot come to a logical decision. One that is the best for all parties involved, not just her.

    and FWIW, my ex-wife was in a similar situation in regards to a high risk pregnancy. She only has one functioning kidney, and was 38 years old at the time. She was allowed to work up until the 5th month of the pregnancy, and after that - forget it. We were at the clinic about every 2 weeks having tests done, and even had to travel 4 hours (about 3 months in) to St. Louis to see a specialist to make sure our son was going to be ok. They had to induce labor 8 months in, and my son weighed just under 5lb when he was born and spent 2 weeks in NICU. I just thank God that he's now a healthy 14 year old. :)

    So, yes, although I'm not a female, I do know a little bit on the subject...
     
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