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Palin's Disastrous Speech 
She calls Obama "opium addict"

According to Ian Ritter, she slammed Obama as an addict of other people's money -- OPM, which she pronounced "opium."

According to the Dirt Lawyer's Blog, her speech went over like a ton of bricks, owing to the fact that she didn't touch on real estate

Speaking of disappointment, let's talk about the keynote address from Sarah Palin.  In short, it was a standard stump speech 
with a few superficial comments about shopping centers and retail real estate.  It was awful and a borderline train wreck in my opinion.  
All Palin had to do was add in a paragraph about the pending disaster of carried interest and she would have not only won over the crowd 
but gotten significant fundraiser cash from the industry if she runs in 2012.  As it stands, I do not know if she knows what carried interest is.

An Obama-Palin contest in 2012 would be great for the whore media. 

That means they'll push hard for Palin and describe Obama as "scared and desperate."

Who else can sell more papers and ads in a dying media than The Publicity Whore?

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