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Friday, October 31, 2014

Scariest Halloween picture ever

Charles and David Koch who is trying to buy America.  They are the ultimate traitors.

For more on the Kock brother visit this link

Today is the last day of October and Sarah Palin still has not made any comment about October being Down Syndrome month

In fact for the entire month of October this all she posted regarding Down Syndrome:

One of the "good guys" in the media forwarded this, knowing it would make my day, as I hope it does yours! (Thank you, Kate O'Hare, for being part of the good stuff in today's print, TV and internet mediums!) Friends, please watch this short video that exudes joy, right priorities, and God's gifts that come in all sorts of beautiful expression. Enjoy!

And now I'm headed over to Todd's airplane hanger to ready for a Sean Hannity interview for his FOX show tonight!

- Sarah Palin

And it wasn't until October 21 the day the brawl tapes were released.

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Why Rick Weiland should be South Dakota's next senator

From the Argus Leader

Rick Weiland doubled down on his opposition to the Keystone XL pipeline Friday in a live Argus Leaderi nterview.

Weiland, the Democratic candidate for Senate, called claims about the jobs the controversial pipeline would bring to South Dakota "a bunch of crap" and bashed the project as an "export pipeline" that would carry oil from Canada to Gulf ports without benefiting U.S. gas prices.

"No jobs, no energy," Weiland said on the Argus Leader's "100 Eyes" web show. "There's all the risk and no reward."

It's an issue that puts Weiland at odds with the Republican frontrunner, Mike Rounds — a strong proponent of the Keystone XL pipeline.

"This is a great example of the difference between Rick and I," Rounds said at an August debate. "I am in favor of the Keystone pipeline, and I think it's got to be the first of several pipelines coming out of not only Canada but North Dakota as well."

Rounds said pipelines are safer than other methods of transporting oil — train or truck — and will free up railways for grain shippers.

Independent Gordon Howie also supports the pipeline, saying — like Rounds — that it would help make America less dependent on Middle Eastern oil.

"We should not be dependent for our energy on people who want to take our heads," Howie said in August.

Independent Larry Pressler says he's for more oil pipelines — but not the Keystone XL. Pressler says more pipelines should be built from North Dakota's oil fields to get that oil to refineries.

"What we need is a domestic pipeline in North Dakota ... that would relieve the pressure on our grain shippers," Pressler said at the August debate. "The XL pipeline doesn't do anything ... to get more rail cars and more big engines."

Rounds and the Republican Party have run television ads criticizing Weiland and Pressler for their opposition to the Keystone XL pipeline.

Weiland cast his position as an unpopular idealistic stand.

"It would have been a lot easier for me ... to just roll over and not take this one on," Weiland said Friday. "But the more research I did, I said, 'You know what? If I lose this election over Keystone, I know I'm not going to lose a night of sleep.' Because I'm going to speak the truth.

Rick sounds like a straight shooter to me.  And being a neighbor to the east of South Dakota the pipeline concerns me, look at all the oil spills North Dakota has, and rail derailments too.  Even though South Dakota is assbackwards in it's thinking, it is a beautiful state (Black Hills and Badlands) and the thought of the pipeline tearing through the state scares the hell out of me.

Also from what I have heard Mike Rounds the front runner is a crook.

As your neighbor South Dakotans do the right thing and vote for Rick Weiland!

Sarah Palin goes on a rampage about Ebola

The other night she was on Greta Van Suck's show bitching about Ebola.

Then yesterday she went on her Fecebook page to bitch some more:

I enjoyed talking On the Record with Greta Van Susteren, and you can catch the replay of it later tonight. In discussing the response to Ebola, I made the point that every crisis will be capitalized on by a liberal federal government as an excuse to expand government authority. The Obama administration made clear early on that they abide by the Alinsky tactic to “never let a crisis go to waste.” The latest crisis has been drummed up by their incompetent reaction to the spread of Ebola. The purpose of any crisis for them is to ultimately exert more control over people as more Americans become fearful; the "solution" they'll offer will be another false big government promise: "Hey, little people, just give up more freedom in exchange for our promise of a little security!" Obviously with this Washington liberal M.O. we are losing both.

We do need to keep each level of government accountable. I agree with state governors who are filling this Obama leadership void and setting rules to tackle Ebola because the leader of the country cannot do it, and the 10th Amendment protects states rights in a case like this. But beware of allowing any level of government (especially the federal government) even an inch more power over the people. Liberals can turn that inch into the LAST mile toward statism. That's why politics must be excised from the Ebola issue, and the medical and scientific community must be listened to by the Obama Administration. They MUST put Americans first, and we must not buy into any hysteria as we calmly yet aggressively keep the Ebola virus out of our country.

- Sarah Palin

Yeah like Sarah Palin really knows how to handle a crisis:

The title of today’s NY Times article on Sarah Palin could have been titled “Palin Missed Briefing, Caused Swine Flu.” But it wasn’t. Instead The Times titled the article Palin’s Long March to a Short-Notice Resignation.
Not much new in the article, except this:
In mid-spring, as the country grew alarmed over the swine flu, Ms. Palin skipped a briefing for administration officials on the outbreak by her chief medical officer, Dr. Jay C. Butler. A spokeswoman, Sharon Leighow, noted that the teleconference took place about a month before the first case of the flu was reported in Alaska and that at the time the governor was meeting with top staff on the issue of federal stimulus funds. Since then, the state has had 122 confirmed cases of the H1N1 flu.
Notice how seamlessly The Times moves from Palin missing a briefing on swine flu, to Alaska now having 122 confirmed cases. No direct accusation of anything, just subtle innuendo that somehow Palin’s missing the briefing had some relationship to the outbreak in Alaska.
Making such an accusation would be laughable, but innuendo, well that’s what passes for hard news and investigative journalism.

And don't forget Emmonak

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Just a friendly reminder...ignore the troll!

Yesterday the Florida troll showed up and posted a nasty comment about Levi and Sunny.  I deleted it as soon as I could and the responses to it.  BTW it came from Niceville (how appropriate, snark) Florida.

I ask everyone to please just ignore her.  I don't monitor my blog everyday as I have a full time job (something the troll and the Palins know nothing about) so it could be several hours before I have time to delete.

I really don't want to put comments in moderation mode as it could be a while before I have time to go through them.  I also don't want to add CAPTCHA either as it can be a nuisance for readers who do not have a Google account.

So I ask, please do not respond to the troll   Troll comments are like bugs, you have to exterminate them and I will exterminate them as soon as I can, I promise.

Sarah Palin again proves she is a detriment to her gender

Looking ugly as usual, Sarah tries to deflect attention from the brawl (when the audio tape was released October 21) by bashing a member of her own sex on Fox News with Sean Hannity.  Epic fail.

I think Sarah is a secret lesbian who hates women and would rather be a man.  Yes that sounds unusual but I bet her fantasy is to be a man,

Oh and nice try in trying to deflect the attention from the brawl.  Another epic fail.

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Must be an Alaska Republican thing...Sean Parnell uses family as a human shield

From Alaska Dispatch

As an Alaskan, a mother, and first lady who cares deeply about our families and our future, I was disturbed to learn about the very serious problems in the Alaska National Guard.
We’re all deeply concerned about the revelations of wrong-doing coming from the guard -- for the victims, for the men and women of the rank-and-file, and for our state. The terrible actions of a few, with the failure we’ve seen within the guard’s top ranks, are unforgivable. Our guard members and their families do incredible work on behalf of Alaskans, and they deserve better. 
I was with my husband, Sean, when he got the call in February with concrete information that called the Alaska  guard command into question. Sean immediately called the National Guard Bureau’s Office of Complex Investigations (OCI). 
Sean was very frustrated, but I saw grim determination, too. The report he received on the phone that day was in sharp contrast to what he was being told by guard leadership, and my husband was committed to getting to the bottom of this.
I am thankful that the bureau’s OCI responded so quickly and so professionally when my husband called for this independent, outside investigation. The insinuation by some that Sean would not take action is wrong. That is not who my husband is, and that’s not what I have seen him do. He took action, immediately, every time. When he got the facts, he acted. With every specific allegation of assault, he followed up personally.
I’m saddened these issues have turned so political; this is unfortunate for Alaskans and for the victims. It’s a disservice to the men and women who wear the uniform of the guard.
Ultimately, Sean is consistently trustworthy. He makes decisions in a steady and stable fashion, always looking out for others before himself. More importantly, he does not make politically motivated decisions as governor. Releasing the bureau report roughly two months before an election proves this. He has the conviction to get to the bottom of this and will see it through until every crime that has been committed is prosecuted, and an accountable command structure is restored.
Above all, it’s so important to him to respect the service of our guard members.The good men and women of the guard serve and sacrifice for our safety and security. My husband is committed to protecting the integrity of their mission, and ensuring they can carry out their work for all Alaskans in an atmosphere that is safe, with accountable leadership.
Yep like any good Republican Sean uses his wife as a human shield:
Mr and Mrs David Vitter
Mr and Mrs Larry Craig