Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Reader: Why Do People Hate Sarah Palin? Pure Jealousy

Posted By on Tue, Sep 23, 2008 at 11:19 AM

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They're just the same people who hated Bush Reader Fay Forlines writes in with a little insight on the anti-Palin movement: Is it any surprise that the people who hate Sarah Palin are the same people who hated President Bush from day ONE and threw monkey wrenches into his plans for the U. S. throughout his presidency? Pity those people. Here are some possibilities of why they are the way they are. They are jealous: They are eaten up from the inside out with atheism, hate, death wishes for themselves and others, destruction of civilization, jealousy, envy, underhandedness, graft, pessimism, snobbery, exclusionism, and hoodlumism. They want to play God. Evil people hate people who are characterized by freshness, love of life, goodness, gratitude, generosity, openness, empathy, faith, hope, love and concern, innate talent and ability, knowledge without structured schooling, effectiveness in the absence of degrees and certificates, productivity, human kindness, big heartedness, magnanimousness, grace, optimism, fertility, virility, potency, and peace. People who hate Sarah Palin, not for herself, but for what she stands for -- the positive factors which leaves the world a better place to live. Fay Forlines Nashville

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