Do They Make Flip-Flops with Hills?

Palin: (Please read with the same annoying sarcastic tone she recites it.)“I told Congress, thanks but no thanks on that bridge to nowhere,” Palin told the cheering McCain crowd, referring to Ketchikan’s Gravina Island bridge”

Anchorage Daily News – “The Alaska governor campaigned in 2006 on a build-the-bridge platform, telling Ketchikan residents she felt their pain when politicians called them “nowhere.” They’re still feeling pain today in Ketchikan, over Palin’s subsequent decision to use the bridge funds for other projects.

Reference Source:

Anchorage Daily News – 08/31/08 “Palin touts stance on ‘Bridge to Nowhere,’ doesn’t not flip flop

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One thought on “Do They Make Flip-Flops with Hills?

  1. Considering that John Kerry wanted McCain to be his running mate in 2004, it’s too bad that McCain has consistently catered to the ultra-conservative elements of his party during this campaign. For example, he could have picked a more moderate running mate, which would have angered The Base (but really, who would they vote for otherwise?) but helped him win over independents and maybe moderate Democrats. Now, between Palin and McCain, their positions are so right-wing that Obama should now be the pragmatic choice.

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