- Palin + -ista (Wiktionary)
“The political coalition on which she had based her governorship -- a combination of Democrats and renegade "Palinista" Republicans -- had collapsed.”
“Those having concerns about my objectivity or wondering whether I am a "Palinista" should keep in mind that I raised serious questions about her qualifications last fall -- doubts I still have -- and that I predicted John McCain would look back at his vice presidential pick with remorse.”
“As with the Fox and Friends morons, Little Seanie is a Palinista and is defending her against the media that “picks on her”.”
“Let's recall that during the primary season, Labrador had to endure some serious nonsense from his Palinista opponent, Vaughn Ward, who was apparently of the mind that Labrador's native Puerto Rico was not a part of America.”
“I for one LOVE Sarah and consider myself a Palinista.”
“This Palinista is pro-choice (her mother had an illegal abortion and nearly died from it) but she believes it is "more important to take a stand for her gender.”
“Since until she became McCain's running mate Randy had less than no use for Sarah Palin, watching him pretend in front of the television cameras that he is a Palinista was fabulously entertaining.”
“Another Palinista resigns in disgrace over her right wing, fundamentalist, evangelical, Taliban views being used to wreck a charity that supports women, no matter their economic status. by scottpatrick35 February 7, 2012 11:20 AM EST by matt605 February 7, 2012 11:17 AM EST Subscribe to this comment thread by email Cancel The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited.”
“Although I'm not sure as to the exact definition of a "Palinoiac" or a "Palinista," it is true that an unusually large number of Americans - and possibly a majority - have a strong view of Ms.”
“With that said, and EVERYONE knows I am as big a Palinista as there is, I'm not sure I'm down with comparing her to Jesus.”
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