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Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Sarah Palin doesn't even try to pretend she cares about the homeless

From UT San Diego



Former vice presidential candidate and Governor of Alaska Sarah Palin was cozy in her Cadillac Escalade as it wheeled through a segment of Las Vegas few tourists and certainly very few politicians ever see.

As she approached the Las Vegas Salvation Army on 35 West Owens Ave., hard by the railroad tracks and I-15 -- actually, on the other side of the tracks -- she couldn’t help but see the people, families even, camped in tents and whatever shelter they could build on the sidewalks of D Street.

It’s the “D Street Corridor,” where the homeless can find food, shelter, counseling, charity from places like Catholic Charities and sometimes jobs at the Salvation Army. Unlike the glitzy high-rise casinos and hotels a few miles away on the Las Vegas Strip, where there’s star billing nightly, poverty plays here daily and nightly. Homicides are real, not staged.

But on this afternoon, the homeless were being fed Wild Boar Chili Verdi that was prepared by the Salvation Army’s culinary school students under Chef Bill Baker. And it was going to be served to them by volunteers led by Palin, who hosts her “Amazing America” on the Sportsman Channel, and Sporting Chef Scott Leysath, host of the Hunt.Fish.Feed Show. It was a new deal for Palin, but Leysath puts feeds on at shelters for the homeless all across America. As Palin said, “The program has helped provide nutritious, responsibly-harvested meals to more than 25,000 people in more than 40 cities across our amazing country.”

Outside, hundreds of homeless lined up for their one big meal of the day, and on this day it was chili made with wild boar pork that Leysath ordered from Sierra Meat in Reno. Palin was a bit late, so Leysath and the Salvation Army crew and volunteers from the Las Vegas Police Department and Nellis Air Force Base started serving the needy before she arrived from the SHOT Show at the Sands Expo Center.

“It’s really important for them to get here early, eat and then make it to their shelters before dark or they lose their spot there,” Leysath said. “I’ve been doing this for five years now, and I’ve heard some amazing stories about how they got displaced. So many people in this country are two or three catastrophic events away from being homeless. I’ve talked to people who had a home, job, but they had to sell everything and were left with nothing. Many of the people I’ve talked to never dreamed they’d be out of a job or home.”

Never in all the events Leysath put on for the Sportsman Channel did he or anyone associated with the show see anything like the stir surrounding Palin’s appearance at the Las Vegas Salvation Army. She arrived with two bodyguards who looked as though they could be UFC or MMA stars. Upon arrival, she was sped off to a “green” room to get outfitted for the show and then led to the kitchen area to serve food. Local and national TV shows were there to follow her every move.

Monday, January 26, 2015

Todd Palin's patriotism needs to be questioned


From Beerfart.com (I'll take one for the team and post the entire article so you don't have to click on the link)

Todd Palin, husband of 2008 GOP Vice Presidential nominee Sarah Palin, tells Breitbart News that Chris Kyle was “an unbelievable man” who “fought for freedom in this country.” Kyle had appeared alongside Todd Palin on the reality TV show Stars Earn Stripes, where several celebrities competed in military training competitions to raise funds for charities that help American troops.

Kyle also served as the personal bodyguard for Sarah Palin, the former Alaska governor, at many points throughout her political career, including at the screening of Breitbart News Network Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon’s film about her political rise: “The Undefeated.”

“Meeting Chris, when he was doing Sarah’s security, he was just completely professional—an expert in his business,” Todd Palin said in an exclusive phone interview.

And then it was an honor for me and others to participate in Stars Earn Stripes with Chris and others in the military. You can have a conversation with somebody but until you’re side-by-side in the trenches with somebody, then you really know somebody. These guys, being a sniper, being out ahead of his unit and saving lives, Chris was just a good man, an expert in his field and he was one heck of a teacher.

Palin explained that Kyle taught actor Dean Cain how to shoot for the reality show.

He and Dean Cain were partnered up in Stars Earn Stripes and he turned Dean into a sharpshooter—and Dean was an excellent student. I can’t say how much Chris was a great instructor, along with all the other military ops. And that just goes to show you with their training and dedication and discipline. From spending time with him on the show and out on the trail, and at different functions, was just a true honor and I just can’t say enough about our troops. It’s just an honor to spend time with them and to stand shoulder to shoulder with them and learn just a little bit about what they were trained to do and what some of the missions were. It was unbelievable.

Palin says that military service teaches young men and women, including his son Track who enlisted and went through boot camp in 2007 at Fort Benning in Georgia, values that are important to the nation.

As father and mother, Sarah and I witnessed our son [Track] go through boot camp. It’s just an unbelievable process. You have an 18-year-old go down to boot camp and then you go down there a few months later when they graduate from boot camp and they’re just mentally strong, physically strong and have all the respect in the world for their drill sergeant because their drill sergeant is right next to you climbing up that mountain or running the five miles. But it just shows years of training, dedication and protecting freedom and liberty. That’s the motto of our military.

Palin also praised the other celebrities who participated in the reality show Stars Earn Stripes — where Kyle and other military operators taught them how to engage in various military exercises.

But if you look back at the celebrities that participated in Stars Earn Stripes, Picabo Streets—a gold medalist—Nick Lachey, Laila Ali, Terry Crews, Dean Cain, Dolvett Quince, Eve [Torres]—you know, for those guys to roll up their sleeves and risk their life to raise money for military based charities and it was hats off to them for what they did to participate and compete to raise money for those charities,” Palin said. “We were all just honored to be side-by-side with all of our military ops.

During the show, according to a blog post from the Palin’s oldest daughter Bristol on Patheos, Kyle praised Todd Palin as being tough.

“He’s Rambo, he’s straight up Rambo,” Kyle said of Todd Palin. “Next time I’m in a war, I want Todd Palin on my side.”

“He was the first one on the boat, the first one under the wire, and about the time the rest of the guys were getting through, he already had the crate,” Kyle added about Todd Palin. “You don’t need anyone else. Forget Chuck Norris, send in Todd Palin.”

Kyle is considered the U.S. military’s most lethal sniper in history. He had 160 confirmed kills out of 255 probable kills. A Navy SEAL, Kyle served four tours in the Iraq war and won numerous medals—including two Silver Stars, five Bronze stars, a Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal, and two Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals. After his honorable discharge from the U.S. military in 2009, Kyle wrote his bestselling autobiography “American Sniper: The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. Military History,” published in 2012.

Kyle was killed, along with his friend Chad Littlefield, at a gun range near Chalk Mountain, Texas, on Feb. 2, 2013, by a man who is awaiting trial on murder charges.

When he was killed, the Palins—Sarah and Todd—issued a joint statement on Facebook expressing their thoughts and prayers for Kyle.

“Todd and I first met Chris in Pella, Iowa, when he helped out with security for the premiere of the film ‘The Undefeated,’” the Palins wrote to the governor’s millions of Facebook followers on Feb. 2, 2013, the day Kyle was killed. “And later we became friends with Chris when he was on ‘Stars Earn Stripes’ with Todd. Chris was a wonderful man, a good friend, and a true American hero who loved our country and served honorably. He was loved and admired by so many, and he will never be forgotten.”

She and Todd attended Kyle’s funeral in Dallas on Feb. 11, 2013, where Sarah Palin wrote via Facebook that she hoped President Barack Obama “pays his respects in some gesture of condolence for their comrade in arms who sacrificed so much to keep him and all of us safe.” The Palins have stood up for Kyle’s family, too. Sarah Palin called former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura a “jackass” and accused him of engaging in “shaking down” Kyle’s wife Taya Renae Kyle when Ventura continued a $2 million defamation against her after Chris’s death. Ventura won that suit.

Kyle’s autobiography was since adapted into a feature film starring actor Bradley Cooper as Kyle and actress Sienna Miller as Kyle’s wife. The film is directed by Hollywood legend Clint Eastwood, and has been a massive success at the box office—despite recent attacks from liberals in Hollywood like actor Seth Rogen and documentarian Michael Moore.

“American Sniper kind of reminds me of the movie that’s showing in the third act of Inglorious Basterds,” Rogen Tweeted, which USA Today noted means Rogen is “essentially comparing Eastwood’s film to Nazi propaganda.”

Rogen later somewhat walked back his original comments in a follow-up Tweet, writing: “I just said something ‘kinda reminded’ me of something else. I actually liked American Sniper. It just reminded me of the Tarantino scene.”

Meanwhile, Moore was much more direct with his attacks on the film.

“My uncle killed by sniper in WW2,” Moore Tweeted. “We were taught snipers were cowards. Will shoot u in the back. Snipers aren’t heroes. And invaders r worse.”

Moore later claimed he wasn’t criticizing Kyle, or the film American Sniper, in a lengthy Facebook post in which he wrote that he liked much of the film.

So here’s what I think about “American Sniper”: Awesome performance from Bradley Cooper. One of the best of the year. Great editing. Costumes, hair, makeup superb! Oh… and too bad Clint (Eastwood) gets Vietnam and Iraq confused in his storytelling. And that he has his characters calling Iraqis “savages” throughout the film. But there is also anti-war sentiment expressed in the movie. And there’s a touching ending as the main character is remembered after being gunned down by a fellow American vet with PTSD who was given a gun at a gun range back home in Texas — and then used it to kill the man who called himself the “America Sniper.”

Todd Palin ripped Hollywood liberals who attacked Kyle and American Sniper. He said they’re engaging in such behavior because they aren’t even close to as successful in the business of Hollywood as figures like Eastwood and Cooper.

They spend their lifetimes trying to have a successful movie like the American Sniper so they’re jealous of the success of the American Sniper. So, of course, there’s a double standard where they say ‘do as I say, not as I do’ and when you look at the last few years in America, Chris Kyle is a true American hero. People are just craving for that and that’s why the movie is such a success. He’s an American hero and that’s why people are going to continue to pack the theaters to see the show and it’s going to break all kinds of records. My hat’s off to Clint Eastwood and Bradley Cooper—they did an outstanding job.

According to Good Morning America, American Sniper has already “shattered” box office records in its opening week.

Palin added that a silver lining in the attacks on the film by the Hollywood liberals is that they’re now exposed to all of America for what they really are.

Their true colors definitely show. They like to bring that attention to themselves. That’s the motivation. It’s this group mentality of “I’m going to slam this guy and I’m going to get rewarded by my friends for standing up and making a statement” but heartland America can see through it all. And that’s why American Sniper is a huge success.

In an interview with People Magazine, Sarah Palin joined her husband Todd in touting Kyle’s military career, calling him a “hero” and a truly “humble guy.”

Todd must have had Pepe Le Pew write this, as the word salad is awful.

Since Todd is so pro-military, why didn't he fight for the United States of America?  Is is because he is so AIP he hates America?  He made his stepson Track fight for the wrong reasons, but he didn't bother to do so himself.  If you look up the word hypocrite in Webster's Dictionary, you will find a picture of Todd Mitchell Palin.



Monday Meme


That was the best part of the 2012 Election, Ann crying like a little girl.

Sunday, January 25, 2015

Sarah Palin's most bizarre speech yet



From Raw Story

Appearing at Iowa Congressman Steve King’s Freedom Summit, star speaker Sarah Palin spoke from a binder of notes, delivering a string of one-liners designed to fire up conservatives while interspersing them with stock and sometimes garbled patriotic platitudes.

National media covering the event — and viewers watching it live on C-Span — lit up Twitter with running commentary on the linguistic twists and turns Palin made as her own Twitter account pumped out tweets directing followers to her political action committee, SarahPAC.

One conservative columnist, Toby Harnden, called Palin’s speech, “bizarro.”

Entering to the strains of Taylor Swift’s ‘Shake It Off,’ Palin pushed back against the litany of attacks against her recently; including allowing her son to use the Palin dog, Jill Hadassah, as a footstool and the more recent controversy over her holding up a sign reading “Fuc_ You Michael Moore,” with gun sights drawn inside of the o’s in Moore.

Along the way, Palin made references to President Obama eating dog as a child in Indonesia and accused the administration of not saving Ambassador Christopher Stevens in Benghazi.

In one memorable passage, Palin exhorted conservatives to take on presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election, claiming the Republicans “have a deep bench.”

“It is good that we have a deep bench and its primary competition that will surface the candidate who’s up to the task and unify and this person has to because knowing what the media will do throughout all of 2016 to all of us it’s going to take more than a village to beat Hillary,” she said.

On Twitter, coupled with praise, commenters made their feelings known about the content of Palin’s speech, as well as the overall tenor of the speech.

I managed to listen to the entire speech, I drank some wine to get me through it.  And my question is, what was Pepe Le Pew drinking, smoking, or snorting before she made that speech?








Saturday, January 24, 2015

I'm glad Sarah Palin has a problem with me because I have a problem with her


In this video Pepe Le Pew states she has a problem with anyone who has a problem with guns.  Yippy Skippy!  Sarah Palin has a problem with me!!!

She also me an idiot for wanting better gun regulation.  I'm so honored!!!

In reality I don't have a problem with guns.  I have a problem with RETARDS like Chris Kyle who givs a gun to a mentally ill person only to have that person blow Chris's brains out.

And I also have a problem with the likes of  nobodies like Ted Nugent and Dakota Meyer who hang around with skanks like Sarah Palin:


I see Sarah brought the twins with her

Look who came to turn a few tricks



And this is my response to Sarah, Dakota, Ted, and Bristol, yes I know it's childish but its the only way I can communicate with them on their level (Swillow stop cussing)




Friday, January 23, 2015

Sarah Palin will be in Iowa tomorrow for her political pole dance

From the Des Moines Register

Former Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin will take part in the Iowa Freedom Summit in Des Moines on Jan. 24.

The inaugural event is being held by Citizens United and Congressman Steve King. The summit will serve as a place to discuss conservative ideas, as people get ready for the upcoming Iowa caucuses.

Other featured guests include Ben Carson, Newt Gingrich, Senator Ted Cruz, Mike Huckabee, Senator Rick Santorum and others. It will be held at Hoyt Sherman Place in Des Moines. For more information on the summit, go to IaFreedomSummit.com.

My prediction is she will show up looking like this:



Thursday, January 22, 2015

The best cure for abortions is birth control

Today is the anniversary of Roe v Wade which legalized abortion in all 50 states.  All the anti-choicers and pro birthers will gather to decry Roe v Wade and demand that the Supreme Court overturn it.

Here is a good example as to why abortion should be safe, legal, and rare: (warning, very graphic details)


A Burlington County woman charged with burning her newborn infant to death on Friday allegedly doused the baby with flammable liquid before setting her ablaze, according to reports from police released by the prosecutor's office.

Hyphernkemberly Dorvilier, 22, of the 200 block of Rutgers Avenue in Pemberton Township, is charged with murder in the alleged incident that happened at 11:15 p.m. Jan. 16 on Simonton Road.

Prosecutors say Dorvilier doused the female newborn, who had been wrapped in towels and papers, in the flammable spray lubricant WD-40 before lighting her on fire.
When confronted by concerned neighborhood residents, authorities say Dorvilier claimed she was burning feces that her dog had left in her vehicle that was parked nearby.

Those resident detained Dorvilier and contacted police after she attempted to flee after putting out the flames with a bottle of water, authorities say, and the baby began crying.
Prosecutors say officers responding to the scene detained Dorvilier and recovered a can of WD-40 and a lighter in her jacket pocket.

Upon placing the baby that had been on the ground in a police cruiser, officers unwrapped the smoldering towels and paper and discovered that the child still had the umbilical cord and placenta attached, according to prosecutors.
The unnamed baby was airlifted to St. Christopher's Hospital in Philadelphia where she died about two hours later, prosecutors say.

Dorvilier was transported to Lourdes Emergency Department at Deborah Hospital where officers observed her bleeding or "spotting" on a hospital gurney awaiting checkup by a doctor, according to prosecutors.
Authorities say officers responding to her Rutgers Avenue residence discovered a blood trail from the driveway to an exterior door.

Police reportedly made contact with Dorvilier's mother and sister at the residence, who were unaware the suspect was injured or had given birth, according to authorities.
Police reportedly observed blood in the downstairs portion of the split-level home, finding blood and a bloody rag in that bathroom.

Dorvilier has been detained in Burlington County Corrections and Work Release Center on $500,000 bail — with no option to post 10 percent — since the alleged incident, prosecutors say.

Deputy First Assistant Prosecutor Jim Ronca requested that Dorvilier's release upon posting bail also be contingent on a psychiatric evaluation.

Superior Court Judge Philip E. Haines agreed with prosecutors' call for evaluation and a review of that evaluation by the court, in addition to the $500,000 bail.
The charges are "very serious, in the high range of serious ... without a doubt," said Haines in court on Tuesday.

Dorvilier, who appeared in court through video conferencing while in detention, responded by saying "yes, your honor" when asked is she understood the charges against her.
She also indicated that she believed she would be retaining private legal counsel.
Dorvilier's loved ones on hand for the proceedings declined to comment to members of the media outside the courtroom.

This woman is an animal who deserves her own special place in hell.  If she had been on birth control the pregnancy would never had happened and a baby would never had to die a cruel and agonzing death.  And if she did get pregnant as birth control can fail from time to time an abortion would have been more humane than being born alive only to be burned to death.  At least abortion is legal

I would rather have my tax money go towards birth control which contributes to no abortions than have to house this bitch in a prison for the rest of her life.