Since Palin has fought "against" big oil, shouldn't she be a HERO to the liberals?
Palin takes on oil industry, Republicans "She immediately took on the state's most lucrative industry, questioning whether Alaska - which gets about 85% of its revenue from big oil - is getting its fair share of the oil companies' billions of dollars in quarterly profits." "She is not pro- or con-big companies," says Mr. Irwin. "Gov. Palin didn't submit to the force and control of the large companies. She forced [them] into a fair, open competitive process." http://www.freep.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080829/NEWS15/80829045 LOL She SHOULD be for drilling in Alaska, it feeds her citizens! Just because she's for drilling doesnt mean the "for" oil companies. She's "FOR" ...... YOU!
Asked By: ward311 - 8/30/2008
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She is from the opposite party that is all they need to know. However, she is a modern version of Harry Truman. He stepped on people's toes in the process of doing what was right and his 22% appproval rating when he left office showed he did what he thought was needed to get the job done.
Answered By: semper_paratus_1776 - 8/30/2008
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Liberals are hypocrites.
Answered By: suspended conservative last year - 8/30/2008
LOL! People were saying on here yesterday that she is part of big oil because her husband worked for them (as a laborer on the oil line... More
Answered By: Cookie Monster - 8/30/2008
She made that up, Alaskans have been getting royalties from the oil companies for decades, everyone knows that, here is what a member of her own party said, a conservative Republican Joe Scarborough, a former Republican congressman, for once he got it exactly right: "If John McCain's campaign thinks he can get Hillary... More
Answered By: SMARTY - 8/30/2008
Liberals love oil, just ask Pelosi. Liberals are hypocrites.
Answered By: Infernal Disaster - 8/30/2008
What the Hell are you talking about? She WANTS to drill in Alaska - even McCain is against that! Edit: You contradict yourself - if she is for "ME" because she wants to drill - then conversely McCain must be AGAINST "me". WOW! Thanks for the input!
Answered By: Happy Lucky! - 8/30/2008
Palin took away a pipeline project from the Oil companies and is building it as a State of Alaska project. That actually IS Socialism. She has privatized a part of the oil industry. The Republicans are running a Socialist.
Answered By: oohhbother - 8/30/2008
I just heard her say on the news personally that she wants to drill in Alaska. What makes you think she would be opposed to big oil?
Answered By: nikolaus.baare - 8/30/2008
She boosted taxes on oil co's from 22.5 to 25%. Good. She did her job, she's compelled by the state's constitution to balance the budget, and that's about the only way she could do it... More
Answered By: Westhill - 8/30/2008
As VP she will be a hero to all Americans... More
Answered By: zigfieldalamo - 8/30/2008
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