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Thursday, December 31, 2009

Top 40 Political Quotes Of 2009 - Sarah Palin #2 & #9

John Hawkins, of Right Wing News, did a great job of picking the best quotes of the year. Sarah Palin made it to the top 10 twice.


10) Umbrage is itself, generally, a lie. The ostensible victim of the offensive remark (call him or her the "umbragee") is actually delighted at the opportunity, while the ostensible offense giver (call him or her the "umbragor") is sorry to have wandered into this thicket, or is made to feel sorry as the umbrage game plays itself out. The rules of the game are perverse but simple: I scream with pain until you cry "uncle." -- Michael Kinsley

9) The response to my op-ed by global warming alarmists has been interesting. Former Vice President Al Gore has called me a “denier” and informs us that climate change is “a principle in physics. It’s like gravity. It exists.”

Perhaps he’s right. Climate change is like gravity - a naturally occurring phenomenon that existed long before, and will exist long after, any governmental attempts to affect it. -- Sarah Palin

8) The government competes in the private sector the way an alligator competes with a duck. -- Mike Pence

7) I think in my country, in my family, I think that I believe that a marriage should be between a man and a woman. No offense to anybody out there, but that's how I was raised. -- Carrie Prejean set off a firestorm after giving this response when she was asked about gay marriage

6) Bowing to the Saudi king is not an energy policy. -- Newt Gingrich

5) Madam President, I’m sad to say that I serve during what I would call the selfish generation. The political leadership that we have today that we are a part of no doubt embodies the most selfish policies this country has seen in its history. There is no question that is the case.

For short time political gain, in order to make certain constituencies happy, in order to give people what they want with no sacrifice, we are willing to throw future generations under the bus. -- Bob Corker

4) If we’re able to stop Obama on [health care reform], it will be his Waterloo. It will break him and we will show that we can, along with the American people, begin to push those freedom solutions that work in every area of our society. -- Jim DeMint

3) If we have another 2,000 people killed, I want Nancy Pelosi and George Soros, John Conyers and Pat Leahy to go to the funeral and say, 'Your son was vaporized because we didn't want to dump some guy's head under water for 30 seconds.' -- Peter King

2) The America I know and love is not one in which my parents or my baby with Down Syndrome will have to stand in front of Obama’s “death panel” so his bureaucrats can decide, based on a subjective judgment of their “level of productivity in society,” whether they are worthy of health care. Such a system is downright evil. -- Sarah Palin

1) You Lie! -- Joe Wilson during a Barack Obama speech to Congress

Link to 11 - 40:

Rush: Sarah Palin Told Us Obama Would Give Miranda Rights to Terrorists

RUSH: We talked yesterday, just as the program was ending we got the news, Stephen Hayes, at the Weekly Standard on his blog mentioned that terrorist detainees in Afghanistan are being read their Miranda rights.  This signals a huge shift once again that fighting terrorism is a criminal enterprise.  It brings back the old days of the way the Clinton administration went about it.  But when you start Mirandizing noncitizens, especially foreign enemy combatants on the battlefield, when you start Mirandizing them, you are granting them constitutional rights when they are not citizens.  Now, if you can do that, if you can grant a constitutional right and Mirandize a foreign terrorist, enemy combatant, then I guess you can automatically grant citizenship to people who are not citizens, couldn't you?  
Andy McCarthy has written much about this at National Review Online, and he actually goes back and says one of the people that can be blamed for this is Senator McCain.  I don't have his story right in front of me, but Senator McCain supported -- back when McCain was on his anti-torture bandwagon and was trying to curry favor with people on the left to get their votes by agreeing that the US tortured people. One of the ways that McCain sought to prevent torture and make it illegal, which it always has been anyway, was to make it possible for what the Obama administration is doing.  And they did this on the quiet.  It took a member of Congress finding this out.  Sarah Palin warned of this in her acceptance speech at St. Paul, the Republican convention, last September.

PALIN: Al-Qaeda terrorists still plot to inflict catastrophic harm on America, and he's worried that someone won't read 'em their right







RUSH:  It's exactly right.  Now, Obama, on March 22nd, this year, on 60 Minutes, said this.

OBAMA: Now, do these folks deserve Miranda rights?  Do they deserve to be treated like a shoplifter down the block?  Of course not.

RUSH: Well, there you have it, there's Barack Obama, March 22nd, "No, they don't deserve Miranda rights."  They're getting 'em.  They are being Mirandized in Afghanistan today.  So once again it's not what Obama says; it's how he says it that appeals to people.  Yesterday this all came up at the afternoon press briefing with the most brilliant and articulate press secretary we've ever had, according to several in the government-run media.  Major Garrett of Fox News said, "Do you know if it's true or untrue that Miranda rights are read to terrorists in Afghanistan?"

GIBBS: I have no reason to -- to disbelieve a member of Congress, but I don't know any of the circumstances that are involved around it.

REPORTER:  Would it come as a surprise to the White House that that's what would be happening?  

GIBBS:  It's not a surprise to me.

RUSH:  Not a surprise.  Yet your boss said on March 22nd that they don't deserve Miranda rights.  And Gibbs says, yes, he's not surprised to him that it's happening, but that he didn't know it.  So they aren't denying it.  And of course it requires us to go back and find Obama saying that they don't deserve Miranda rights on 60 Minutes in March because government-controlled media is not going to do it. 


RUSH: Now, these Miranda rights for terrorists: When can we expect congressional hearings on this policy?  Nobody knew it was happening.  The president's press secretary didn't know it was happening.  When will there be congressional hearings? And I have another question.  If we are going to Mirandize enemy combatants on the field of battle -- we are in a war in Afghanistan, folks.  We're not there in a "police action."  We're there in a war.  If we're going to Mirandize terrorists, the enemy combatants, does that mean they don't have to say anything until they get a lawyer, and if they can't afford a lawyer, are we going to appoint one for them?  I mean, isn't that part of the Miranda rights?  So where are the congressional hearings on this? 

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Sarah Palin’s Going Rogue #3 In Heterophobic San Francisco Despite Ban

1 Stones Into Schools, by Greg Mortenson (Viking; 420 pages; $26.95)

2 The Big Burn: Teddy Roosevelt & The Fire That Saved America, by Timothy Egan 
(Houghton Mifflin Harcourt; 336 pages; $27)

3 Going Rogue: An American Life, by Sarah Palin (Harper; 432 pages; $28.99) 

4 What The Dog Saw, by Malcolm Gladwell (Little Brown; 410 pages; $27.99)

Quite ironic because the bankrupt (morally & financially) San Francisco Chronicle ran this story back in November.  The open-minded, tolerant liberals in San Francisco who own the smaller (non-chain) bookstores all decided to ban "Going Rogue" from their inventory. When asked why they were refusing to sell Sarah's book, here are some of the explanations these small-brained little twits gave for their book banning:

It might as well have cooties. Hardly anyone wants to touch the thing, or even get close to it. The new autobiography by moose hunter and failed vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin is harder to find in the Bay Area than a hockey mom. Some bookstores figure it's one of those grit-your-teeth First Amendment deals that principled booksellers must put up with from time to time. But many non-chain bookstores won't handle it.

"Our customers are thinking people," said Nathan Embretson, a bookseller at Pendragon Books in Oakland. "They're not into reading drivel."

There are no copies of the book at Cover to Cover Booksellers in Noe Valley, either. "Anything like that we wouldn't carry," said clerk Emily Stackhouse. "We're a small store and it would probably gross us all out. Some things you carry because of freedom of speech, but a book like that is just gross."

"Nobody around here is particularly interested in her politics or her opinions...There's a certain curiosity, sure. But I don't think that translates into what people are willing to pay money for."Had she ordered 50 copies of the book, Cotleur said, she would probably wind up shipping 50 copies of the book back to the publisher in a couple of weeks. "I would expect to take a bath on it," she said. "The job of a book buyer is to be something of a psychic. You have to know your community. I don't want to waste a lot of money and shelf space on a book nobody wants.'

Borders Clerk Darron Smith,"I would never read it myself," he said. "I also would never push it on anyone. But it's here, if somebody wants to ask for it. So far, I haven't had anyone ask."


Hah! Today it was announced that "Going Rogue" is 3rd in sales in the San Francisco Bay area and climbing fast.  I guarantee it would be number one if their was no book banning.  Looks like these sanctimonious buffoons lost out on some profit by sending customers to the local chain stores that did carry the book.


Tuesday, December 29, 2009

NY Times: Sarah Palin A Pro In A Suit -- Michelle Obama Knack For What Not To Wear

Cathy Horyn, fashion critic of the NY Times for over 10 years, wrote a nice piece comparing the style of Sarah Palin to Michelle Obama.  Naturally, Sarah Palin received high praise for her style or pro in a suit look while Michelle Obama was described as having a knack for selecting the wrong thing to wear. 

No surprises but the NY Times praising Sarah Palin? Cathy Horyn was the The Huffington Posts favorite fashion critic but praising Sarah Palin while dumping on Michelle Obama is high treason.      

Lots of working women who spend their own money for their clothes would identify with that. But I’ve been thinking about those women, and it seems to me that Sarah Palin, and not Mrs. Obama, is closer to how most of them dress.

I like the way she dresses. The straight skirt and white blouse, the trim jacket with an open neck and three-quarter sleeves — the look is clean, tailored and energetic. It’s businesslike without being boring, smart without being insider. You don’t need to read a fashion magazine to understand it. That was how Ms. Palin dressed on her book tour. And it’s the way a lot women would like to dress, and probably do, when they don’t have time or many choices and think that accessories always wind up looking prissy.  

[...]

A year ago, Ms. Palin was whacked for being a pretender in plushy clothes, and for not having the presence of mind to tell the McCain campaign handlers to buzz off. She may have needed some new clothes, and an update to her beehive, but Ms. Palin already looked great — a babe in jeans, a pro in a suit. As with many women her age, a well-tailored jacket did more for her than a closet full of designer clothes. How can you tell? Play a mental game of paper dolls and put one of Mrs. Obama’s printed or belted dresses on Ms. Palin. She looks frumpy.

Fashion is also context. And in the year since the industry placed its absurdly bright hopes on Mrs. Obama and her wardrobe, much has changed and dimmed.

What upset The Huffington Post was their favorite fashion critic’s observation that Sarah Palin dresses like most women while Michelle Obama is designer crazy, has a closets of fancy dresses and a knack for selecting the wrong thing to wear.  It is always nice to upset the liberals at Huff Post.  But more importantly, we have another example of the left realizing their is a lot more to Sarah Palin and a lot less about Obama and company.

Terry left a great comment on Yahoo Buzz: Sarah Palin is the real deal! She is not artificial, like almost everyone else in Washington. She is a real, red blooded American, not made up like O'Bama and Biden. This is why, the Rupuke's, Dumbo'crat's, and all of the elitist's are SCARED TO DEATH OF HER! Hell, even Oprah ask her if she was going to start her own talk show!!! Sarah is beautiful, polished, and dresses to a "t"!!! Hello there American women... act and dress more like Sarah, and maybe we would get married. Beauty, brains, and class...that is what we want. A true partner, both in and out of the home. A person that we can be proud of, not a whining liberal !!

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Huffington Post Response:

Monday, December 28, 2009

The Left: I Want From 2012 Is For Obama To Be Humiliated With President Palin

Texas4Palin posted a interesting piece from OpEdNews.com, by x-Obama loving David Michael Green: Now I'm Really Getting Pissed Off 

Hofstra Professor Green goes off on Obama in one of the harshest rants yet.  Plus he seems to be warming to the idea of a Palin Presidency!  But unfortunately those that voted for the disaster Obama are clearly small minded & quite gullible. You would have to be to fall for the Hopey-Change garbage.  So when they speak I take it with a grain-of-salt or I simply apply the opposite. 

Like any good progressive, I've gone from admiration to hope to disappointment to anger when it comes to this president. Now I'm fast getting to rage.

How much rage? I find myself thinking that the thing I want most from the 2010 elections is for his party to get absolutely clobbered, even if that means a repeat of 1994. And that what I most want from 2012 is for him to be utterly humiliated, even if that means President Palin at the helm. That much rage.

[...]

I can't even begin to describe how insulting Obama conducting a "jobs summit" is to me, or what an unbelievably ham-fisted piece of public relations that was for the White House, which is increasingly showing itself not just to be sickeningly regressive, but also fully inept. I think I speak for a whole lot of Americans when I say that, one year into his stewardship over a destroyed economy that was actually atomizing for at least six months before inauguration day, I don't want my president sitting around a table, running a dog-and-pony show, pretending to kick around ideas on how to generate jobs. I wanted him to have those ideas, himself, before he was inaugurated. I wanted those to be real ideas, that produce real jobs for real Americans who are really hurting. I wanted that to be, and still be, the be-all and end-all of his presidency, not some distant fourth-place priority, behind healthcare and the White House dog selection process. And, especially not some fourth-place priority behind jive healthcare reform.

[...]

Is he happy just to be a one-term president just to say he's been there and done that, and then sell some more books even if he is reviled as one of the worst in history?

Maybe. But what about the rest of us? The rest of us, indeed. It's been quite some time since anyone in the White House ever cared about that sorry pack of rabble.

Obama looked like he could've been something different. He ain't.  So this is it, folks.  Change you can believe in? More like bullshit you can take a bath in, if you ask me.

Saturday, December 26, 2009

Sarah Palin In Charge Obama Taking Cover

Great post at Stop The ACLU, by Warner Todd Huston, tells us like it is: Old Media Whines That Palin is Mean to Them


Get the pity party violin music warmed up because Ezra Klein and Dave Weigel are whining that Sarah Palin has forced them, the press, into a “submissive role” because she is so mean to them.

Klein favorably cites the analysis of Weigel who whined that the “Palin problem” has “put the press in a submissive position:”
  • The problem is that Palin has put the political press in a submissive position, one in which the only information it prints about her comes from prepared statements or from Q&As with friendly interviewers. This isn’t something most politicians get away with, or would be allowed to get away with. But Palin has leveraged her celebrity — her ability to get ratings, the ardor of her fans and the bitterness of her critics — to win a truly unique relationship with the press. She is allowed to shape the public debate without actually engaging in it. [...]
However, Klein’s whining about Palin aside, he does have a good point about the failure of the press to place the news in the greater context of the reality of the world even as he papers over the fact that newspapers are, indeed, working hard to pass lies as news:
  • For one thing, newspapers work very hard to report things that are true, but they are less concerned with whether the overall impression from their reporting is a true impression. Shark attacks, for instance, happen very rarely. But if you report excitedly on every shark attack that happens, people will think they happen quite a bit. [...]


For instance, the “news” has been floating the idea that the recent unemployment numbers did not grow and newspapers have marked that as an “unexpected drop” in unemployment as if it’s all good news. However, few papers have bothered to mention that this has been a tiny drop in rates during a steady years-long rise in unemployment. The impression is that good news was had, but the facts prove otherwise. Context is ignored in order to make Obama seem a success.

Anyway, it is amusing to see the Old Media crying that Palin is messing with them like this. An unexpected Christmas present if there ever was one.


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Thursday, December 24, 2009

Congressional Budget Office To Reid: Bill Would Reduce Access To Care (Death Panels)

Interesting how the nonexistent or “Lie of the Year” death panels are popping up all over the place, even the non-nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office.

Sarah Palin’s Response To Harry Reid:
Democrats are protecting this rationing “death panel” from future change wit h a procedural hurdle. You have to ask why they’re so concerned about protecting this particular provision. Could it be because bureaucratic rationing is one important way Democrats want to “bend the cost curve” and keep health care spending down?

The Congressional Budget Office seems to think that such rationing has something to do with cost. In a letter to Harry Reid last week, CBO Director Douglas Elmendorf noted  that the bill’s calculations call for a reduction in Medicare’s spending rate by about 2 percent in the next two decades, but then he writes the kicker:

“It is unclear whether such a reduction in the growth rate could be achieved, and if so, whether it would be accomplished through greater efficiencies in the delivery of health care or would reduce access to care or diminish the quality of care.”  “A provision that would increase Medicare’s payment rates for physicians’ services by 0.5 percent for 2010 was eliminated. Instead, the 21% reduction in those payment rates that is scheduled to occur in 2010 under current law would take effect”

Though Nancy Pelosi and friends have tried to call “death panels” the “lie of the year,” this type of rationing – what the CBO calls “reduc[ed] access to care” and “diminish[ed] quality of care” – is precisely what I meant when I used that metaphor.

Glenn Reynolds, from Pajamas Media, had this to say: “It’s not a scary “Death Panel” that determines who’s denied medical treatment and dies. It’s a friendly “Life Panel” that determines who gets treatment and lives! Mostly friends of the regime, I’d guess, based on recent history.”


CBO Letter To Harry Reid:

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Canada Free Press: The Left “Why is she popular? This is Sarah Palin, not Barack Obama, why”?

A Great Article from the superb Canada Free Press by Jim Byrd: Why Does Sarah Palin Get So Much Media Attention? 
The Left, since the release of Sarah Palin’s book, Going Rogue, and its million plus sales in a matter of weeks, have been wandering the streets in a benighted stupor, tugging at their unkempt hair, and shrieking at whomever will listen with their question of “why”? “Why is she popular, why is she on television, why is she on magazine covers, why, why, why?” “This is Sarah Palin, not Barack Obama, why?”

Despite the equitably challenged mainstream media’s shilling Barack Obama like snake-oil out the back of a mountebank’s wagon, and the very same media’s non-stop offensive on Sarah Palin, the latest Rasmussen poll finds that 51% have a favorable view of Sarah Palin while 43% have an unfavorable view, vis a vis Obama’s 49% favorable and 51% unfavorable. How accurate are these numbers in actuality, when almost the entirety of the media—print and television—dominate their coverage with fawning accolades about Obama, and when Sarah Palin is mentioned, she is an uneducated and unsavory hick? Why are Obama’s numbers dropping like the blood pressure of a Buddhist Monk in meditation, and Palin’s numbers rising faster than Nancy Pelosi’s botoxed eyebrows? If the 2008 presidential election were held today, Obama would lose to any unnamed Republican opponent. A Rasmussen survey finds that only 45% of adults would be a least somewhat likely to vote for Obama if he was up for re-election right now, while 4% would not vote for him, without naming an opponent. This is why Sarah Palin gets so much media attention. Sarah Palin B+, Barack Obama, F.

[...]

Sarah Palin has been accused of not being able form a coherent sentence. Barack Obama, on the other hand, has uttered these nuggets of coherency:
“From the discussions we had, it’s clear that we are on the precipice [sic] of an achievement that’s eluded Congresses and presidents for generations.”
“It’s like — it was like Special Olympics, or something.”
“In case you missed it, this week, there was a tragedy in Kansas. Ten thousand people died — an entire town destroyed.” The actual death toll was 12.
“I’ve now been in 57 states? I think one left to go.”
“Because of Selma, they got together (his parents), and Barack Obama Jr. was born.” ;Obama was born in 1961. The Selma march took place in 1965
“I didn’t want to get into a Nancy Reagan thing about doing any séances.”
Sarah Palin’s sentences sure do seem to be coherent as of late, Obama, not so much. This is why Sarah Palin gets so much media attention. Sarah Palin, B+, Barack Obama, F

[...]

Sarah Palin gets media attention because, currently, she is very relevant. She is popular. She has a voice. The Left’s obsessive fascination with Sarah Palin is also a contributing factor for her media attention. When one is as hated, despised, and feared as Sarah Palin is by the Left, and driven into a frenzy by jealousy, one could expect to be front-paged every day. So B+ for Sarah Palin.
Jim Byrd nails it.  The LameStreamMedia sold millions of gullible and naive Americas: Obama genius/savior and Palin dumb.  In reality Obama is the slow-witted ignoramus and Sarah Palin the smart one.  Obama is a disaster because every decision he has made has NOT been based on what is best for America but on politics.

Full Article At:

Monday, December 21, 2009

Sarah Palin Reincarnated As Ronald Reagan ("Welcome back Dad ..." Michael Reagan, Comparison Photos)



































































Gov Pawlenty: Sarah Palin Is More Qualified To Be President Than Obama


Our good freinds at Texas4Palin posted a nice interview Governor Tim Pawlenty gave to Newsweak:



Did McCain explain to you why he picked her? 
The conversation was pretty brief. I just think he felt he had to do something maybe a little different than what would have been the traditional approach. And I think he felt good about his decision.

Do you think Palin is qualified to be president? 
She is easily as qualified as Barack Obama. I would argue she's more qualified in terms of leadership, experience, management, and supervision—actually running something. She was a mayor, head of an energy commission, and governor.  Sarah Palin is also the owner of two successful small business. 

Did she help or hurt the ticket? 
My view is that she helped him because she energized the campaign. She brought a fresh and dynamic perspective that I think complemented his strengths really well. I think she helped. I know there are some pollsters who take issue with that.

Also, the National Journal.com reported on the same interview:

MN Gov. Tim Pawlenty (R) says the media is obsessed with ex-AK Gov. Sarah Palin (R), and that her celebrity makes her a front-runner for the WH'12 sweepstakes.   Pawlenty called his potential rival a "political rock star," and said that standing gives Palin a platform from which she could run.

"We live in a society in which being familiar, being well known, gives you a platform. She certainly has that. The Democrats have all kinds of characters who are interesting, bold, and dramatic. On our side, you guys are obsessed with Palin," Pawlenty said.

He added, handicapping the eventual field: "Is Mitt Romney running? I think he would clearly be the frontrunner, he and Palin. And there is Mike Huckabee, of course, and any number of people could emerge out of Congress."

Original Post:


Christmas With the Palin's On Fox And Friends

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Sarah Palin On Facebook: Happy Chanukah

Todd and I would like to offer our best wishes to the Jewish community as they celebrate Hanukkah. Known as the Festival of Lights, Hanukkah commemorates the eight-day miracle that took place when the Temple in Jerusalem was rededicated. Though there was only enough consecrated oil for one day, the flame miraculously burned for eight – just long enough to prepare more. This beautiful story is rich with life lessons for members of all faiths. With hope and dedication nothing is impossible, and the Almighty never abandons those who seek the light. 

- Sarah Palin

“Trace the universe back to God’s power, and follow His power upstream to His wisdom.” - Max Lucado

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

John Kerry Becomes A Believer: Fear Grows 4 Sarah Palin & The Citizens Legislators

Patrik Jonsson reported for the Christian Science Monitor that Lurch (Senator John Kerry) and his republican money has a new fundraising letter attacking the American people and his favorite political superstar, Gov Sarah Palin!  Interesting tactic.  2010 is going to be an interesting year.  John Kerry wrote: 

  • “Think GOP obstruction is bad now?” Senator Kerry asks in a fundraising letter sent out Tuesday morning by the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee. “Just imagine what Washington would look like if a bunch of new senators – inspired by Sarah Palin and the tea party crowd – took over.”
  • In recent months, the political right has been energized by Ms. Palin, whose "Going Rogue" book tour has boosted her favorability rating, and by the Tea Party movement, which has channeled the anger of fiscal conservatives outraged by Obama administration spending. Together, they kindle the worst political fears among many liberals, summoning visions of gun-toting, Glenn Beck-watching, right-wing radicals.
  • With the Democratic caucus holding 60 seats in the Senate – exactly the number needed to defeat a Republican filibuster – Kerry suggested in his letter that "the loss of even one or two would flip crucial votes in their favor and doom President Obama’s agenda.”
  • “Either we match the passion and activism of these new forces in the Republican Party or they’ll be choosing who’s sitting in the Senate, steering our country’s course,” Kerry writes. “If we don’t match them dollar-for-dollar, we will lose Senate seats in 2010. If you think this movement is more circus sideshow than actual threat, you’d be mistaken.”

God forbid we elect actual citizen legislators instead of the professional royalty we have in Washington today!  The pompous ass Kerry has no clue what is coming.  Sarah Palin and Obama have woken-up America.  The country has realized Obama is such a monstrous disaster many Dems and most Independence are abandoning the sinking ship and are getting excited about a down-to-earth regular, for the people and by the people representative: Sarah Palin. 

Palin has pushed her rating to 46% (2 points above Obama’s latest disapproval poll).  Plus, the LameStreamMedia will never report this but she got a 30 second standing ovation for her surprise appearance on "The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien.  

Kerry also mentioned GOP candidate Mark Kirk, who is running for Mr. Obama's former Senate seat in Illinois, are “contorting themselves to appeal to the new Sarah Palin Republicans” and Senate candidate Rob Simmons in Connecticut, who “has been running around the state with a tea bag hanging from his rearview mirror.”

Such tactics, Kerry warns, “might seem silly. But they’re working.”  What Kerry will never understand is the Tea Parties and the enthusiasm for Sarah Palin is coming from Americans tired of career politicians like him.  Sarah Palin will lead America out of this mess Obama and the socialists in Washington are creating.  Partly because of their incompetence and also because we now have a leader: Sarah Palin.  

Full Article At:

Sarah Palin A Media Star Obama Media Liability

Blog Voting Female had a great post: Sarah Palin, a Media Star,Obama, Media Liability: 


Sarah Palin At Book Signing at Elmendorf AFB, AK (22 Below)




TV Entertainment Media Companies ‘Instinctively’ know a winner when they see one and Sarah is a Massively Popular Political Media Star.

Sarah ROCKED not only the TV Entertainment House with her autobiography reading Duo with William Shatner on Conan O’Brien’s Tonight Show… Sarah rocked the Liberal and Moderate World as well.  DANG!!!!!!




Her poetic mano a mano with Shatner was probably the first time since her GOP convention speech that she really connected with the broad centre of the electorate that judges politicians not so much on policies as on personality. And when I mean connected, I really mean connected. Not just showing a likable personality – funny, smart, willing to have a laugh at her own expense – but connecting at a more basic level; the level which defines what really makes people American. Because to most viewers, show business is partly what America is all about. And let’s be honest: when, if ever, do they get to see a politician who is perfectly at ease in the world of entertainment, who looks as happy on the Tonight Show reading funny excerpts from William Shatner’s autobiography as she does giving a speech at a party convention? If Gov. Palin can get a liberal television critic like David Zurawik to confess that:
  • I think it is one of her better and funnier moments on TV. I love the bongo drums and bass reading Shatner gave her    book, “Going Rogue,” but she comes back just as strong with bongo, bass and flute. I love it. Listen, there are a million things I do not like about Palin. But credit where credit is due, this is a nice, cool and comic touch for her “Going Rogue” media blitz. As light as this spot was, it gives me new respect for her.
Obama’s TV entertainment media appeal has dimmed in luster to the point that he needs the Media but the Media does not need him. His losses in the Public Opinion Polls is a bellwether of his increasing fall from Entertainment Media’s Limelight. Rasmussen has polled Obama’s approval rating at 44%.

Those who prop up a failing President and avoid Sarah do so at risk to their bottom line. All I can say is let the free market separate the smart from the dumb… it has been happening in the TV News arena… with NBC, CBS, ABC, MSNBC losing massively in market share as FOX News gains market share.  We also see The New York Times sinking & bankrupt while the Wall Street Journal has become the largest newspaper in America.

Oprah’s coming Obama-Canonizing Christmas Special Obama-mercial will be interesting to assess after the reactions are in, tabulated and sifted.

Oprah Power did nothing to help Mr President in his bid to win the 2016 Olympics for Chicago. Chicago was the first candidate site to be eliminated with the award going to Rio.

Let’s face it… the Blush is off the Obama-Rose and we all know what furry creatures do when their ship takes on too much water… at least, those with an instinct for self-survival.  

What America is slowly realizing is Obama is economically illiterate and there is something special about Sarah Palin.  One of the things I have noticed is most of the attacks on Sarah Palin are an effort to protect Obama.  Plus, the attacks are based on the media’s sales job (fraud) they perpetrated on America which was Obama the Messiah Sarah Palin dumb.  Seeing Obama supporters/voters salivate and fawn over Obama is not only disturbing but demonstrates an enormous lapse in judgement. Conclusion, what ever Obama supporters do or say the opposite is correct.

  • “If Palin won the evening — and even my own Hyde Park-raised, liberal wife believes she did — it is largely because… Palin defied expectations… Yet, as much as her politics are not mine, after chatting with her and her husband, good-natured former ‘First Dude’ Todd Palin, I came away with a new fondness and respect for both of them.”

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