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Friday, July 25, 2014

Who wants to take a guess or predict





When Sarah Palin calls for President Obama's resignation?   She is already comparing him to Nixon.  Who BTW is one of Sarah's own, a Republican.

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Sarah Palin finds out she has to obey the law like everyone else


From TMZ

Sarah Palin may be conservative, but her driving is unabashedly radical ... giving TMZ an epic rationalization for speeding in her pick up truck in Alaska.

The former guv was stopped in her hometown of Wasilla last Wednesday for going 63 in a 45 MPH zone in her Toyota Tundra.  The cop wrote her up and she was on her way.

Palin cops to the crime, telling us, "I wasn't speeding, I was qualifying."  She didn't accept full blame, saying Sammy Hagar's, "I Can't Drive 55" on the oldies station contributed to her lead foot.

We're told Palin will pay the $154 ticket STAT.

Hopefully a big black and white won't crush her groove next time.

Typical Sarah, refusing to accept responsibility.  It's nice to see the cops in Wasilla have balls.  Good job boys in blue!

I wonder if she will actually pay the speeding ticket or her PAC takes care of it.  By the way she is not the only Palin to get pulled over for a traffic violation.


Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Question for Todd and Sarah Palin



Sarah why have you not released Trig's birth certificate?

Todd have you ever been with or hung out with hookers in Anchorage?

Monday, July 21, 2014

Sarah Palin's latest victims, I mean endorsees






Just back from a beautiful weekend in Alaska's Bristol Bay – nothing like some clean fresh air to reinvigorate us for the fight ahead this fall. Today, we’re announcing support for two solid constitutional conservatives from the great state of Georgia. Having many friends in Georgia, we know like us your summers are filled with fishing, family, and fresh air without much room for politics. However, with so much at risk in this year’s elections, please take time to check out these great conservatives and encourage your family, friends, camping buddies, neighbors, etc. to get out and vote for them next Tuesday, July 22nd.

DR. BOB JOHNSON FOR U.S. CONGRESS (GA-1)

Dr. Bob Johnson is one doctor we need in the House! Americans are tired of career politicians who make empty promises during campaigns, only to get to Washington to advance their own careers. Dr. Bob is in this campaign with a servant’s heart. As a 26-year Army veteran, a Christian medical missionary, and a surgeon, his life’s work has centered on serving country and neighbors. We need more like him in office. Dr. Bob is a conservative who will work to repeal Obamacare and balance the budget, and he has signed the pledge to self-limit the time he’ll spend in Washington. His campaign is propelled by the good Georgia grassroots. Let’s send Dr. Bob to the House on July 22nd!

BARRY LOUDERMILK FOR U.S. CONGRESS (GA-11)

Barry Loudermilk has a proven record of conservatism in the Georgia General Assembly, one that I hope he can bring to the weak-kneed in the halls of Congress. Barry is an Air Force veteran, small business owner, father, grandfather, and husband who met his beautiful wife in the great state of Alaska many summers ago. Barry will take his strong work ethic, life experiences, and conservative principles to Washington where he will join the fight to restore our great nation and use the Constitution as his guide. Please join me in supporting Barry Loudermilk for U.S. Congress on July 22nd. 


Just so you all know Dr Bob wants to see a terrorist attack on the US than have TSA screening at the airports.  Yeah that's gonna help him win an election.

And Barry Loudermilk might have a chance.  He is pretty far ahead of Bob Barr in the polls right now.  But he was in involved in a racial discrimination lawsuit and had to settle for $80K.  No wonder Georgians like him so much.

Sunday, July 20, 2014



From the Denver Post


Attacking President Obama and dealing up ways to shape American values are red meat for the table of the Western Conservative Summit in Denver this weekend. The convergence brings more than 2,500 conservative "delegates," many with tea party ties, together to hear from stars of the political right such as Sarah Palin, Michele Bachmann, Ted Cruz and Allen West.

In its fifth year in Denver, the Western Conservative Summit continues to gain stature as a national event for Republicans to address the party's base and raise ideological spirits.

The event, to run Friday through Sunday, features some 20 speakers and 30 workshops on such conservative values and strategies as "How Culture Drives Politics," led by Ralph Reed and a Sunday morning panel discussing "Which Way Millennials, Left or Right?"

The summit at the Hyatt Regency and Colorado Convention Center culminates Sunday with a straw poll to gauge attendees' early choices for a 2016 presidential nominee.

Despite a lineup of famous names, the most celebrated attendee this year could be Ben Carson, the keynote speaker Friday night, said John Andrews, the former Colorado state senator, Nixon speechwriter and founder of the sponsoring Centennial Institute in Lakewood.

The retired Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon first drew the attention of leading conservatives after the National Prayer Day breakfast in Washington in 2013. With President Obama sitting at his right, Carson's speech was widely deemed critical of the administration, including Obamacare.

At a later conservative conference Carson called the Affordable Care Act "the worst thing that has happened in this nation since slavery."

Thursday, the Washington Times reported that a Draft Ben Carson for President Committee raised about $3.4 million in the last quarter, while the Democratic Ready for Hillary PAC raised $2.5 million.
At the Western Conservative Summit, Carson's remarks are titled "Now is the Time." He is to be preceded by Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal and Utah Sen. Mike Lee.

Palin is expected to speak Saturday afternoon. Her address is titled "Seize the Day."

The former Alaska governor and vice-presidential pick in 2008 called for Obama's impeachment in a column on a conservative website earlier this month because of his immigration policy.

"President Obama's rewarding of lawlessness, including his own, is the foundational problem here," according to the column on Breitbart.com.

Bachmann is scheduled to appear at the "Gold Banquet" at later Saturday afternoon.

Friday afternoon, tickets were still available online, but summit spokesman Z. James Czupor said the event is expected to sell out at 3,000 delegates. Admissions ranging from $55 for people younger than 30 up to $650 for full access to all events and speakers for those older.

Video of events will be available on the Centennial Institute's Livestream page.

Gubernatorial nominee Bob Beauprez is tapped to introduce Jindal, and Beauprez's running mate, Douglas County Commissioner Jill Repella, was set to introduce Lee.

U.S. Rep. Cory Gardner, a candidate in the Senate race against Mark Udall, was on the schedule to welcome guests to the Friday evening session.

The GOP candidate running to replace Gardner in the House, Weld County District Attorney Ken Buck, is scheduled to introduce conservative radio host Dennis Prager Saturday night, according to summit organizers.

Sunday morning, Principles of Liberty Colorado will present awards to Colorado legislators who support the group's values. The recipients are all Republicans: Rep. Perry Buck of Windsor; Rep. Justin Everett of Littleton, Rep. Stephen Humphrey of Severance, Sen. Randy Baumgardner of Hot Sulphur Springs, Sen. Vicki Marble of Fort Collins and Sen. Kent Lambert of Colorado Springs.

Notice Skanky and Crazy Shelly have been relegated to late Saturday afternoon.  Guess even the GOPers realize now they are batshit crazy and by Sat afternoon most people will have left.


Saturday, July 19, 2014

Alaskans who will probably never support, help, or vote for Sarah Palin

Walt Monegan
Levi Johnston
Sadie Johnston
Sherry Johnston
Keith Johnston
Sunny Johnston
Andree McLeod
John Stein
Irl Stambaugh
Mark Begich
Jesse Griffin
Sherry Whitstine
Frank Murkowski
Lisa Murkowski
Sean Parnell
Don Young
Tony Knowles
Lyda Green
Shannyn Moore
Kelly Walters
Hollis French
John Bitney
Debbie Bitney
Mike Wooten
Steve Branchflower
Phil Munger
Meg Stapleton
JC McCavit
Brenda McCavit
Catherine Taylor
Clyde Boyer
Joe Miller
Kathleen Gustafson
Mr. Kathleen Gustafson
Gary Wheeler
Scott McAdams
Faye Palin
Vern Upright
Laura Chase
Esther West
Richard Deuser
Randy Ruedrich
Anne Kilkenny
Andrew Halcro
Tony Hopfinger
Frank Bailey
JD Palin
Wendy Palin
Howard Bess
Nick Carney
Nick Tucker
Brad Hanson
Reber Stein
Mark Ewing
Dewey Taylor
Zane Henning
Jay Cross
Jay Ramras
John Cramer
Mary Ellen Emmons
John Cooper
Catherine Mormile
Katie Hurley
Beverly Cutler
John Harris
Erling Nelson
Terry Monegan
Jim WHitaker
Gregg Renkes
Vivian Boyer
Jackson Stein
Waverli Rainey
Linda Biegel