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Monday, May 30, 2016

Sorry Sarah but Bristol is not a war widow

Remember last week when I posted about the Palin's radio silence?  Well just a few hours after the post this showed on on Sarah's Fecebook page:

The woman in question looks like Bristol and the baby could pass for Sailor, but they are not.

The woman in the photo isn't even a war widow.  Her husband died in a motorcycle crash in the states after returning from active duty.

Shameful of Sarah to do that.  Another shameful act she did concerning Memorial day was five years ago when she, Todd, Bristol, and Piper crashed this event

#‎throwbackthursday‬ - Recalling Todd and I honored to ride with thousands of vets in Rolling Thunder through Washington DC for the POW-MIA cause. I'll never forget the luscious smell of that fuel and that leather, and the beautiful roar of 100,000 engines - music to my ears! Enjoy this year's Rolling Thunder, Patriots; have a blast on Sunday! God bless our vets!

Her appearance there was not welcome by the organizers:

"I'm very not appreciative of the way she came in here," Ted Shpak, Rolling Thunder's national legislative director, told the Post. "If she wanted to come on the ride, she should have come in the back."

Rolling Thunder rider Mark Posey added, in an interview with the Post, that the event was not the place to launch a presidential campaign: "I think she has no reason to be involved in this," he said of Palin. "If she's launching her campaign to run for president, I don't think this is the place to start."

Happy Memorial Day to all that sacrificed their lives.  Track Palin did not.

Monday Meme-Memorial Day

Thank you to John Logan and all who paid the ultimate sacrifice.

Sunday, May 29, 2016

Levi is still on the hook for $62000 thanks to Bristol

From People

Looks like a win for Bristol Palin. 

Her former fiancĂ© Levi Johnston has reportedly been ordered by a judge to pay the mother of two $61,915.20 in back child support for their 7-year-old son, Tripp, according to TMZ. 

Palin's apparent child support victory is the latest development in a years-long and sometimes bitter custody battle between the ex-couple, who in February were finally awarded joint custody of their son. 

"I'm so happy to have my son in my life, and to put all of this back in (sic) forth in the courts behind me," Johnston, 26, wrote in a Facebook post at the time. "It might have taken me 7 years and cost me around $100,000 in lawyer fees, spread out among 3 different lawyers, as well as a lot of patience, but it was all worth it." 

Johnston added that he did "owe some back child support," noting that he had already paid a total of $50,000 since Tripp was born in 2008. "At the end of the day I know I have worked hard to meet my obligations as a father," he said at the time. 

Though Johnston won joint custody after filing a petition in 2013, Palin, 25, said in February that she did not see the outcome of the legal battle as a loss. 

"These babies are my world and I will always be doing what is best for them. Every child deserves two loving parents, so I will continue to encourage that no matter what," she wrote on Instagram. "I have never, and will never, keep them from having a positive relationship with their fathers. I did not 'lose' any custody case - my son has always spent most of his time with me and he will continue to do so, he is happy, healthy, and knows both of his parents love him.. Matthew 5:11." 

Considering how much he has paid so far I think that is $61,000 too much.  I'm totally for cracking down on parents who do not pay child support, but Bristol really took Levi to the cleaners on this one.

Speaking of Bristol looks like she is trying to get her hooks back into Dakota:

Dakota you really are a fucktard.  Hope the pussy is worth it.

Saturday, May 28, 2016

Sarah Palin still can't let Katie Couric go

From Sarah's Fecebook page

Nahhh, Katie Couric would never edit an interview to make a conservative look bad. What a piece of work "The Perky One" is!

I am quite sure it was in response to Katie's recent comments about Sarah Palin:

From Washington Examiner

Katie Couric still can't believe how badly Sarah Palin fumbled what was supposed to be a softball question in their infamous 2008 interview together.

Couric, who is now a "global news anchor" for Yahoo, said Monday in a discussion with David Axelrod that the question that tripped up the former Alaska governor was actually some warm-up fluff that she had no idea would later become a campaign gaffe.

"I remember thinking, 'I'm just going to, when I ask a question, I'm just not going to interrupt her,'" the reporter said. "'I'm not going to ... help guide her in any way. I'm just going to let her kind of say what she thinks so we could make a fair assessment.'"

"[I]ronically," she added, "that one walk-and-talk question where I was simply getting B-roll and trying to ascertain what made her feel so passionately, and sort of to be so steadfast and some of her positions, I wanted to know where that comes from, you know where, 'How are you shaped? What do you read?'"

"And when it comes to establishing your world view, I was curious, what newspapers and magazines did you regularly read before you were tapped for this, to stay informed and to understand the world?" the then-NBC News reporter asked.

"I've read most of them again with a great appreciation for the press, for the media," Palin answered.

"But what ones specifically? I'm curious," Couric persisted.

"Um, all of them. Any of them that have been in front of me over all these years," the former governor said.

"Can you name any of them?" Couric asked as a follow-up.

"I have a vast variety of sources where we get our news," Palin dodged. The moment went on to become a gaffe on the campaign trail, and a lingering embarrassment for Palin.

"I don't know if it was going to be William F. Buckley. I thought maybe the Bible had a big influence on the way she saw things, or you know who knows," Couric said Monday in reference to what she thought Palin would say in response to the question. "And I think she was getting pretty aggravated by me at that point, and that's when she said, 'Everything and anything.'"

The Yahoo anchor then suggested how the former vice presidential nominee should have answered the question.

"I would have answered, if I have been running, I would have said, 'I read every newspaper in Alaska because those are my constituents, and I need to really understand every issue that's going on in Alaska. Then of course I read every national newspaper, and I'm just, I'm constantly googling things because I love to learn.'"

Axelrod, who served in 2008 as Obama's chief campaign strategist and media adviser, chimed in, "I'm sure that's what she meant to say."

Couric laughed.

"I felt bad because she was so angry," she told Axelrod. "It was very interesting because right after, everyone thought the questions were fair. Democrats, Republicans, nobody said that those were 'gotcha' questions."

"There were some hard questions there, by the way, you know, they were very thoughtful, interesting questions," she added. "That one just got the lion's share of attention."

Though Palin responded initially to the flubbed interview by alleging media bias, she relented in 2015 and admitted that Couric's warm-up question was actually pretty fair.

"Was it a fair question? Yeah, sure," Palin said in a CBS News interview. "I had a crappy answer, but it was a fair question."

Just for shits and grins, let's review that wonderful masterpiece:

Friday, May 27, 2016

Donald Trump: You have to be wealthy in order to be great

From The Hill

Donald Trump declared Thursday that "you have to be wealthy in order to be great," while promising to add wealth to the country.

The comment from the billionaire businessman and presumptive GOP presidential nominee came during a speech in North Dakota while touting his economic ideas and decrying the "stealth tax" of crime in a speech on energy.

"There's one more thing that we must do to make America wealthy again, and you have to be wealthy in order to be great, I'm sorry to say," Trump said during his speech in Bismarck.

Donald I beg to differ.  There are a lot of people that were great and didn't have much money:

Harry Truman

Abraham Lincoln

Audie Murphy

Harriet Tubman  
Jesus Susan B Anthony

If you measure wealth by greatness there is something wrong with you.

Flashback Friday: Housegate

Thursday, May 26, 2016

Track is back in court today

Track has another hearing today.  Will he plea bargain or will Jordan request the charges be dropped.

It's common knowledge now that Jordan is pregnant.  Even the mainstream media hasn't picked up on it.  Until the baby is born I am going to refer to it as the same name as Bristol's lastest bastard while it was in in utero, Cletus the Fetus.