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Monday, June 30, 2014

So what's up with this trust fund business?

 Someone made this comment on Malia's blog recently:

We have learned that there is a woman (b. approx 1966) who was adopted by Sally Heath’s friend – Mary Ellen Moe. This is who we call “the Kid.” Well the Kid came to her adoptive parents with a huge trust fund. Some how, the Moes and the Healths found a way to steal money from that fund. They also made the Kid’s life hell. I think this was done to make the kid appear to be either “criminal” or “crazy” so that they could get their hands on the money. Of course WE KNOW WHO THE REAL CRAZY CRIMINALS ARE!

This has continued to the next generation, so that the Palins used their political power in Alaska to persecute the Kid and to continue to plunder the fund.
We are unclear as to where the large amount of $$$ came from originally. We have been told that the Kid was adopted from abroad. It has been suggested that she may be related to English royalty and/or Mid-eastern national leadership. In any case, this woman began her life with the gift/curse of lots of $$$. Huge amounts.
Another important point is that this Trust Scandal is possibly related to the reason for Palin’s hasty resignation in 2009. We have been told that Palin &co tried to kill the kid by conspiring with the Electric Co in Anchorage and arranging for a huge surge to be delivered to her home. They got the wrong address! The Kid found out about it and sent an e-mail to Moe telling her that she knew about the plot. SP got a copy of the e-mail, panicked and quit.

There have been many comments on the blogs about this trust fund case.  What is it all about anyway and is it going to be in the media soon?

Sunday, June 29, 2014

I'm going to play conspiracy theorist here

As you all know Mark Mayfield Vice Chair of the Mississippi Tea Party and one of Chris McDaniel's supporters charged with violating Mrs. Tad Cochran's privacy and exploiting her, committed suicide on Friday.

Sarah Palin once said she didn't believe there are no coincidences. 

Do you think Mayfield did do himself in?  There was a suicide note.  However Sarah talked to Chris on election night and told him not to give up.  Was Mayfield going to sing like a bird like Johnny Mac did during 'Nam?

What do you think?

Oh look and see who is a big McDaniel supporter.  Check out the guy in the beige jacket standing behind Chris:

Friday, June 27, 2014

Sarah Palin's endorsees didn't do so well this week


By the numbers, Tea Party-backed challenger Chris McDaniel lost Tuesday night’s runoff election to incumbent Mississippi Sen. Thad Cochran, but the conservative firebrand says he’s not giving up the fight yet.

“Now, it is our job to make sure the sanctity of the vote is upheld,” McDaniel said in a fiery speech – which did not include a concession – after the race was called. “Before this race ends, we have to be absolutely certain that the Republican primary was won by Republican voters.” 

 McDaniel and his backers objected to Cochran’s open courting of non-GOP voters, including the state’s sizable African American Democratic population. Party registration is not required to vote in primary elections in the state, and any voters who did not participate in the Democratic primary were eligible to vote in the GOP runoff.

Oklahoma Rep. James Lankford on Tuesday earned an outright victory in the race to replace retiring Republican Sen. Tom Coburn.

The Associated Press reported that Lankford broke the 50 percent threshold needed to avoid a runoff in the seven-person GOP primary field. He faced a serious challenge tea party backed T.W. Shannon, the former Oklahoma House Speaker and the only other Republican challenger able to somewhat keep pace with Lankford’s fundraising.

Coburn announced in January he would retire at the congressional session due to recurrence of prostate cancer. 

Now ole Skanky is butthurt over this:
As we pointed out last week (see:, there were several potentially illegal political games afoot in Mississippi to motivate Democrat voters to "switch" over to the GOP for a day to help save a 42 year Republican member of Congress. On top of that, millions of dollars from out of state liberal billionaires like Mike Bloomberg poured in at the last minute on that same incumbent’s behalf. You have to ask yourself why? When a primary election is lost fairly, I am all for unifying behind the victor and joining forces to fight in November. When an election is questionable, with potential legal violations, politics MUST be put aside and the irregularities MUST be fully investigated. Regardless of party, we owe it to voters and to democracy within our Republic. The integrity of the vote speaks directly to the integrity of those who serve and the trust we ask the American public to put in our institutions. I told Chris McDaniel last night that I stand with his effort to get to the bottom of this – he needs to know average, but tremendously concerned, citizens want to make sure the integrity of last night’s results in Mississippi are verified. Voting shenanigans never cease to amaze, but they had better cease altogether for the sake of ethical elections. And any GOP “architect” behind these abhorrent voting shenanigans should be ashamed of this Pyrrhic victory for the establishment. If we find out it's true that some of the characters alleged to have masterminded this Mississippi hijacking are the same ones who've tried to destroy other Republicans’ careers, they need to be taken to task and only be hired by unethical campaigns. Fool us once, shame on you; fool us twice, shame on us. And if any news organization ignores a free and fair elections issue like this, then whether left-leaning or center right, their silence will speak volumes.

You can read more about this issue from an article last week here:

Get over it Skanky.  Chris McDaniel is a liar:

 Records show conservative Republican U.S. Senate candidate Chris McDaniel voted as a Democrat in the 2003 state primary.

McDaniel and others question the accuracy of the records and accuse Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann, a potential opponent, of using state resources for “opposition research” on McDaniel.
Hosemann denies this and said McDaniel is trying to deflect attention from his voting record.

McDaniel has said he was inspired as a teenager by Ronald Reagan to become a lifelong Republican. Republican Hosemann is thought by many to be waiting in the wings to run for the U.S. Senate seat, along with McDaniel, should incumbent Thad Cochran not seek re-election.

Computerized voting records kept by the secretary of state’s office show McDaniel voted in the statewide Democratic primary in 2003, and he appears to have not voted in some big Republican elections, including the 2008 GOP presidential/congressional primary.

Sarah had no problem with Rush Limbaugh imploring Republican voters to vote for Hillary during the 2008 primaries.


Thursday, June 26, 2014

I need your help

I will be writing up a post regarding Dr. Cathy Baldwin Johnson's credentials and how they prove that she did not deliver Trig.  So far I have her education and her letter claiming Sarah gave birth to five children but that is it.

 If you have links or proof that she was not at the hospital in Wasilla April 18, 2008 please leave them in the comments section or send them to me via Facebook.

Thank you for your help.

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Sarah Palin will be in Tennessee tomorrow and Todd won't come with her

From Skanky's Fecebook page:

Any bad day fishing beats any good day... well, doing most anything else! Todd and buddies are on the Nushagak River in Bristol Bay today (I could have sworn he said he had to fly his float plane over to his fishing grounds to prep for the rip-roaring Bristol Bay commercial salmon season, but this looks more like rod & reelin'! And to think Todd says, "We commercial fish; no time for sport because we don't play with our food.")
The plan is to lure him away from his Rainbow Bay Lodge he helps run, and we'll jet to Tennessee for the Seiver County Tea Party Rally on Thursday. Glad he's showing tourists what Alaska has to offer as he guides them from the Rainbow Bay Lodge. Good bear viewing, good fishing, as you can see... and you should have seen the one that got away!

Is that Track on the right?  If so good to see he is doing something productive.

She is also pimping Todd's whorehouse Rainbow Bay Resort Lodge:

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Sarah Palin is so lazy she won't even watch a Hillary Clinton interview

From Sarah's Fecebook page:

I was out picking weeds in my ridiculously deficient garden, so I haven't seen the Hillary Clinton interview on Fox yet. But Greta's a good one, so I shall do so -- unless you can summarize it for me! I'd love to hear what YOU thought of it, so I can go back to separating the weeds from the chaff (or baby carrots anyway). Thanks! Here’s the link:

My guess is she was too hungover or too high.  Or maybe both.  She hasn't been on Geta's show for a while.  My guess is Greta banned her so Skanky won't watch it.

Monday, June 23, 2014

Palin friend but not endorsee Annette Bosworth will be in court today


A Sioux Falls woman who had dreams of becoming South Dakota’s next U.S. Senator will be fighting in court rather than campaigning this November.

The Hughes County grand jury issued an indictment charging Annette Bosworth with election law violations.  Bosworth was originally charged by complaint earlier this month.

The six-count indictment against the 42-year-old Sioux Falls woman was finalized Tuesday but just released Thursday morning.  The grand jury claims Bosworth submitted a false or forged instrument for filing (her election petitions for the U.S. Senate), and six counts of perjury.  Each of the counts could net Bosworth two years in prison and a $4,000 fine.

Bosworth wasn’t arrested on the charges.  Rather, a summons to appear in court was issued.  She makes her initial appearance at the Hughes County courthouse Monday, June 23.

Yep she will be in court today.  Remember Annette you roll with pigs you end up smelling like one. 

And just like Sarah she has been defending herself on Facebook, not sure if she has a ghostwriter.

Sunday, June 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?

Saturday, June 21, 2014

Now it's John McCain and Scott Walker's turn to be infected with the Palin curse!

From Director Blue

Isn’t it nice to know that the US government is talking out of one side of their mouths and doing the complete opposite on the other side? Remember in 2013 when John McCain made that trip to Syria to hang out with ISIS radicals? Now, ISIS is using that photo of them hanging with John McCain as propaganda for themselves.

Didn't the Republicans say it was treasonous to pal around with terrorists.  Oh Skanky!

And from Huffington Post:

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Newly released documents show prosecutors are alleging Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker was at the center of a nationwide "criminal scheme" to illegally coordinate with outside conservative groups.
The documents were filed as part of an ongoing lawsuit challenging the probe by the conservative group Wisconsin Club for Growth. They were ordered publicly released Thursday by a federal appeals court judge after prosecutors and the Wisconsin Club for Growth did not object.
One of the filings from prosecutors outlines previously unknown details about the investigation that began in 2012 as Walker was facing a recall election.
Prosecutors say Walker, his chief of staff and others who worked for him were discussing illegal coordination with a number of national groups and prominent figures, including GOP strategist Karl Rove.
Remember when Sarah went to Wisconsin to support Scott Walker?

It took a while but Scott is now infected with the curse.

Friday, June 20, 2014

Sarah Palin has nothing to do so she is going to cheerlead for Andrew Tahmooressi

From Skanky's Fecebook page:
Does it seem like a decorated Marine is the only one Obama doesn't want crossing our border?

I’ve had the good fortune to be in contact with associates of Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi, the U.S. Marine jailed in Mexico after inadvertently crossing the border with three registered guns in his car. Fox’s Greta Van Susteren has been covering this story diligently, and has traveled the route our Marine traveled when straying across a highway into Mexico, noting it seems quite easy to end up in Mexico without planning on it, because signage is so poor along the roads.

As reported, his mother has had difficulty finding good legal representation for her son, but they’ve now acquired a good attorney to present his case and get him released as soon as possible.

This terrible and unnecessary situation will likely be resolved via the court system and there is every indication that Sgt. Tahmooressi has a strong case to win, but it’s a crapshoot. And it’s crappy that more hasn’t been done to help free this detained U.S. Marine who’s suffered months in a Mexican jail for crossing the boarder into their country with registered arms. We must implore our commander-in-chief to help America’s Marine under his command, and help his family with at least having their questions answered. Please don’t prove this is par for the course for your administration, Mr. 
President. Perhaps if Sgt. Tahmooressi had deserted his post, his mother would get the red carpet treatment at the White House instead of being ignored.

Let’s bring our honorable Marine home. An organization helping Sgt. Tahmooressi will have information for all of us soon, so stay tuned for more info – I'll get it to you – and please do what you can to support them in bringing an honorable American son home.


 As promised, here's the press release on the current situation with Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi, the U.S. Marine stuck in a Mexican prison for months now. Please spread the word:

Uh Skanky there is a reason why Tahmooressi was arrested, he was doing something illegal!:

 Former Marine Andrew Paul Tahmooressi did not enter Mexico by mistake, according to an article published Friday in the Tijuana newspaper ZETATIJUANA.

Information obtained from a surveillance camera video showing Tahmooressi’s entrance into Mexico and investigations done on both sides of the border have led to this conclusion which is included in the investigative package that has been forwarded to the ProcuradurĂ­a General de la RepĂșblica (PGR), Mexico’s equivalent to our Attorney Generals office. According to the report, this wasn’t the first time Tahmooressi had been in Tijuana and had “personal interest” in Mexico. The statement doesn’t specify when the previous visits to Mexico occurred, however, there is a heavy Marine presence in the southern part of California with Camp Pendleton less than 100 miles north of the border.
Tahmooressi was arrested on April 1, 2014 when he crossed into Mexico carrying a loaded .45 caliber pistol, AR-15 type assault weapon and a 12 gauge shotgun, as well as extra ammo clips and ammunition for all three weapons. He was charged with being in possession of firearms “reserved exclusively for military use” and faces from 6 to 21 years in Federal prison in Mexico if convicted.
Andrew got caught, now he has to pay.  There is little the military, the State Department, and President Obama can do.  Andrew has to serve his time just like Bowe Bergdahl will.



Thursday, June 19, 2014

Sarah Palin tries to act compassionate and bitchy at the same time

From Politicusua

Sarah Palin has posted a deranged manifesto that blames Obama for the flood of unaccompanied minors that are coming over the US border from Central America, called on the president to be impeached, threatened to leave the Republican Party, and demanded that the minors be flown to Mexico by the US government.

Palin wrote on her Facebook page:

These thousands of hungry, innocent children rushing in through Mexico are just the tip of the Sedona Red Rocks (granted, some of these illegals are 18-year-old men whom you wouldn’t want to mess with, but, still, according to Obamacare we now dub young adults “children” until they’re 26, so…). Expect to see hundreds of thousands of another country’s children walk right through our welcoming open border, counting on America’s families to render all aid. We owe it to ourselves to be prepared – so, work even harder, working class, while our President uses his trustworthy discernment to redistribute your paycheck, because it IS for the children, after all. And it takes a village, don’t you know?
We cannot ignore this, and to do so proves you are heartlessly oblivious to the plight of those who, though not willing and able to follow rules or our laws, are expecting a free pass and handout anyway. As a Christian I find it unforgivable to ignore this issue of overrunning border security into these conditions in southern states, and this one issue is just about driving me to renounce my Republican ties because, see, even leaders on the RIGHT side of the aisle haven’t exerted all Constitutional power to stop the madness. A few have tried, but until they’re sent reinforcements, then atrocities like the child abuse and exploitation you’re now getting wind of will only get worse.
So, how much more will you take, Congress and We the People? I sense not enough guts in D.C. to file impeachment charges against Team Obama for their countless documented illegalities, so the way to stop this is at the ballot box. To fundamentally restore America to her destined exceptionalism you must get involved and then get to that box. Use YOUR phone and pen to support conservative candidates who will fight for what is right: Constitutionally protected freedom, respected military, free markets to create jobs, and secured borders to protect jobs! We need your help to do this; it takes more than a village to fortify the homeland. ANYONE associated with support for Obama’s deceptive ploys that would stoop to using and abusing innocent children must be voted out of office. ANYONE who has shined the boot that Obama’s put on the neck of our economy and security must be held accountable by those with the legal power to do so – Congress. And then We the People hold Congress accountable.
P.S. I see that HHS is offering a $350 million grant to provide “family planning services” to the children here illegally. The primary expenditure we need to supply in this humanitarian crisis is jet fuel to fly these children back home to their parents.
The problem with flying these unaccompanied minors to Mexico is that the children aren’t Mexican. 

The children are arriving from Central America, where according to The Washington Post, Gang violence in El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala is putting children at risk and causing them to flee.

Palin also doesn’t understand that if the kids were Mexican, the US already has an agreement with the Mexican government that allows for unaccompanied children to be quickly sent back home. It is unclear why Palin is claiming that Obama is importing Mexican children in order to exploit them as a distraction from his other scandals. It is equally as difficult to understand why Palin thinks that 

Obama has committed an impeachable offense, and why exactly she would be leaving the Republican Party. Is she leaving because Obama won’t fly kids from Honduras back to Mexico, or is she leaving because Republicans won’t impeach the president?

As her sanity becomes a fuzzy speck in the rear-view mirror of time, it is frightening that this woman was nominated by a major political party to be vice president. If Sarah Palin leaves the Republican Party, her first stop should be the nearest mental health clinic.

Once again Sarah doesn't check the facts.  How many times is that now?  Anyway if she was such as compassionate mother there wouldn't be any pictures of this:

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

More proof Sarah Palin palls around domestic terrorists

Justin Giles of Wasilla, Alaska stands guard on a bridge over the Virgin River during a rally in support of Cliven Bundy near Bunkerville, Nev. Friday, April 18, 2014.

Look what was discovered on his Facebook page:

He also condones violence too:

So Sarah shut the fuck up!

Justin has retired from the Marines but a lot of so called "Patriots" join the military to get tactical training and once they are out they use that knowledge to stage war on the government.  I will be reporting him to SPLC as a potential domestic terrorist.

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

A 12 year old's rebuttal to Sarah Palin

From Liberals Unite

Dear Sarah Palin,
Usually, I’ll read about some things you said and laugh. I’m not laughing today. The reason I’m not laughing today, Sarah, is that I’m a young woman who actually cares about my country. I care about the next generation of leaders, and I want them to have more role models in the political arena that inspire them, not more clowns for them to laugh at. I want them to have advocates who will fight for them, not more attention-seeking snake oil salespeople.

You tweeted on Monday, “Look who fired the 1st shot in the real ‘war on women. Hint: it wasn’t the GOP. See this excerpt from Hillary’s book.” The excerpt from Hilary Clinton’s book describes a situation in which she felt uncomfortable making a statement questioning the legitimacy of your selection as John McCain’s running mate as an attempt to use a woman to appeal to women voters. Really? You think this was the “first shot” in the war on women? You don’t think women have had to fight for every right we currently have, every opportunity we have? You don’t think women must continue to fight for these rights and opportunities which are constantly under attack? Well, let me tell you what I see from my house, Sarah. You’re the one who is fighting a war here, not just on women but on justice, enlightenment, and freedom.
When you spoke at CPAC, you declared that a culture war had been won against “perpetual panties-in-a-wad people” because a homophobe marketing himself as a redneck didn’t lose his job on a reality TV show. Well, let’s talk about our panties, shall we? There was a time not too long ago when women only had one choice when it came to their panties. Now, opening the underwear drawer can provide an endless array of colors and styles. I think it’s past time that you choose to put your big girl panties on and stop defending the ridiculous, perpetuating false attacks on our president and appearing at Tea Party rallies holding your hand over your heart. That’s not politics, it’s pandering. You, Sarah, are pandering to the lowest common denominator instead of trying to promote reasonable discourse and the across-the-aisle approach to policy that the majority of Americans want.
You seem to think women like me are “cheap dates” who are going let anyone in their panties who says what they want to hear. That would be the people you’re pandering to, Sarah. That would be the people who think the 2nd Amendment means carrying an assault rifle into Target. That would be the extremists who cover the bodies of their victims with “Don’t Tread on Me” flags. That would be the people who threaten women with rape for speaking out on the issues.

The future of this country deserves better. I deserve leadership who, regardless of whether or not I agree with their policy positions, is capable of conducting themselves with dignity. I deserve leaders who, when attacking the positions of their opponents, attack them with the truth. This nation deserves leaders who work to expand the opportunities and rights of all Americans and who don’t contribute to tragic outcomes for our fellow citizens.

I’ve tried very hard to find something to admire about you. The struggle was real. I do admire that our country has come so far that you and I as women have the opportunity to speak out and engage in the political sphere. Even though I disagree with your positions and methods, I admire you for using the opportunity so many women who came before us have fought for us to have. I don’t know how far I will choose to pursue my career in the political sphere, but it would be pretty cool to come out the way you did at CPAC with some music playing before my speech. You chose, “She’s Country.” This is my choice, and I hope the youth of this nation will continue to join their voices and sing so loudly we eventually drown out the voices of ignorance, greed, and intolerance.


Madison Kimrey

I would love to meet this young lady and shake her hand.  With kids like these, the future it bright for our country.

Monday, June 16, 2014

Of course Sarah Palin is gonna jump on Davids Brat's bandwagon!

Sarah looking like and sounding like hammered shit as usual.  She spends the first few minutes declaring victory for David Brat.

Then she comments about the Bow Bergdahl situation:

"Of course there's a possibility of they being a threat. It's in their genes, it's in their DNA. These radical Muslims. These terrorists. Who would want to destroy America and our allies. They're not going to go back home and start playing Tiddly Winks with, you know, the neighbor terrorist. No they're out to do harm to America."

Skanky no one is born a terrorist or racist.  It is a condition you were brought up to have.  Like you grew up in the Heath household where your daddy abused you and taught you kill first ask questions later.   Then as an adult, threw all your perceived enemies and friends under the bus and character assassinated them, make a lot of sexual innuendo comments, sleep around and your kids now do the same.

Last but not least she attacks President Obama for the 549,578,643rd time:

"Well Team Obama has such disrespect for women, it's kind of cool to see proof there that they are the ones who took that first shot in the so-called War on Women. It certainly wasn't the GOP. And then from there of course Obama's administration, the agenda, that is trying to make women fill (sic) less than adequate so that they would be more dependent on big brother government to provide for them. Try to make women fill (sic) like their just not worthy, not capable of taking care of themselves. That's the complete opposite of the planks in the Republican platform that believes in competition regardless of gender, Hard work and reward for your work ethic."

Yes Sarah there is a war on women, but no one declared war on you, you aren't even a casualty, but this lady was thanks to you:

And this lady is a victim of the war on women too:

Sunday, June 15, 2014

A Father's Day message for Bristol Palin

From Levi's Facebook page

This was published on Mother's Day but worth repeating, especially to Bristol.

From Leonard Pitts

Maybe you heard about the tribute Kevin Durant paid his mother last week. You probably missed the one he paid his dad.
Both came during Durant’s acceptance speech after being named the NBA’s Most Valuable Player. Maybe you don’t follow sports, maybe you’ve never heard of Durant, maybe you think a pick and roll is a roadside produce stand. You still should see the video.
In a voice choked with tears Durant, a ferociously talented forward for the Oklahoma City Thunder, thanks God. He thanks each teammate by name, thanks his coach, support staff, brothers, friends, grandmother, fans, the sportswriters who voted for him. And in the part that will have you clearing your throat and discovering a foreign particle in your eye, he speaks directly to his mother.
“The odds were stacked against us,” he says. “Single parent with two boys by the time you were 21 years old. . . . We moved from apartment to apartment by ourselves. One of the best memories I have is when we moved into our first apartment. No bed, no furniture, and we just all sat in the living room and just hugged each other. We thought we’d made it.”
He recalls her waking him up before dawn to work on his game, exhorting him to run, practice, play to the pinnacle of his ability. “You made us believe, you kept us off the streets, put clothes on our backs, food on the table. When you didn’t eat, you made sure we ate. You went to sleep hungry. You sacrificed for us. You’re the real MVP.” Wanda Pratt catches her tears in her hand as the crowd gives her a standing ovation.
By contrast, Durant’s acknowledgment of his father is short and almost perfunctory. He notes the “up and down road” they have traveled, the support his father has given “from afar.” He tells him he loves him, but he lavishes less emotion on Wayne Pratt than he does Russell Westbrook who’s only a teammate, or Scott Brooks, who’s only his coach.
It is a telling moment.
It turns out Pratt deserted his wife and two boys when Kevin was 1, because, as he told the Washington Post in 2012, “I was immature, selfish; I was young.” It took him almost 10 years to apologize to his sons and make peace with his ex-wife. He says he was a constant presence during Kevin’s teenage years.
The intention here is not to indict father or son. No, the intention is simply to say this:
The absence of fathers matters.
We have evolved a society wherein we pretend the opposite is true. The disappearance of fathers is now nearly the norm. Almost one in four American children lives in a household without their biological dads. For brown kids, that number stands at about 28 percent. For black kids, it’s a little better than half.
Mass incarceration and the War on Drugs have certainly played a role in this. But just as surely, a role is also played by the new social more which says it’s OK for a man or a woman to be feckless, for him to wander away because he is immature, selfish and young, for her to have a baby on her own because the clock is ticking and really, she doesn’t need a man for anything more than sperm. This is the new morality, the new American mindset.
And we tell ourselves it’s OK, that this haphazardness has no impact upon the child, that father is not irreplaceable, that his disappearance leaves no scar. But the statistics on poverty, drug use, education and incarceration suggest otherwise. So, in a different sense, does Durant’s speech — a glowing encomium to the woman who brought him through his earliest years alone, a scattering of obligatory words for the man who was not there.
As such , the speech was a testimony to the power of a mother’s love. But it was also a reminder:
A father’s absence has power, too.
Bristol Levi wants an opportunity to be in Tripp's life.  You have the power to let that happen but you don't.  You are a selfish, narcissistic, egostical bitch.  Keeping Tripp out of his dad's life will leave permanent damage on him.

We all know you are keeping Tripp from his dad, please see the texts below:


Read more here:

Saturday, June 14, 2014

Sarah is violating flag etiquette

Today is Flag Day so I thought I should point out that Sarah Palin has violated flag etiquette many times.

From Wikipedia

  • The flag should never be dipped to any person or thing, unless it is the ensign responding to a salute from a ship of a foreign nation. This is sometimes misreported as a tradition that comes from the 1908 Summer Olympics in London, where countries were asked to dip their flag to King Edward VII; American team flag bearer Ralph Rose did not follow this protocol, and teammate Martin Sheridan is often, though apocryphally, quoted as proclaiming that "this flag dips before no earthly king."[3] This tradition was codified as early as the 1911 U.S. Army drill regulations.[4]
  • The flag should never be displayed with the union (the starred blue union in the Canton) down, except as a signal of dire distress in instances of extreme danger to life or property.[5]
  • The flag should not be used as "wearing apparel, bedding, or drapery", or for covering a speaker's desk, draping a platform, or for any decoration in general (exception for coffins). Bunting of blue, white and red stripes is available for these purposes. The blue stripe of the bunting should be on the top.[6]
  • The flag should never be drawn back or bunched up in any way.
  • The flag should never be used as a covering for a ceiling.[7]
  • The flag should never be used for any advertising purpose. It should not be embroidered, printed, or otherwise impressed on such articles as cushions, handkerchiefs, napkins, boxes, or anything intended to be discarded after temporary use. Advertising signs should not be attached to the staff or halyard.
  • The flag should never be fastened, displayed, used, or stored in such a manner as to permit it to be easily torn, soiled, or damaged in any way.[8]
  • The flag should not be used as part of a costume or athletic uniform, except that a flag patch may be used on the uniform of military personnel, firefighters, police officers, and members of patriotic organizations.
  • Flag lapel pins may also be worn (they are considered replicas) and are worn near the heart.
  • The flag should never have any mark, insignia, letter, word, number, figure, or drawing of any kind placed on it or attached to it.
  • The flag should never be used as a receptacle for receiving, holding, carrying, or delivering anything.
  • The flag should never be stepped on.
  • In a parade, the flag should not be draped over the hood, top, sides, or back of a vehicle, railroad train, or boat. When the flag is displayed on a motorcar, the staff shall be fixed firmly to the chassis or clamped to the right fender.[9]
  • When the flag is lowered, no part of it should touch the ground or any other object; it should be received by waiting hands and arms. To store the flag it should be folded neatly and ceremoniously.
  • The flag should be cleaned and mended when necessary.
  • If the flag is being used at a public or private estate, it should not be hung (unless at half staff or when an all-weather flag is displayed)[10] during rain or violent weather.
  • When a flag is so tattered that it no longer fits to serve as a symbol of the United States, it should be destroyed in a dignified manner, preferably by burning. The Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion, Boy Scouts of America, Girl Scouts of the USA,[11][12] National Sojourners, and other organizations regularly conduct dignified flag-burning ceremonies, often on Flag Day, June 14.
  • The flag should never touch anything beneath it. Contrary to an urban legend, the flag code does not state that a flag that touches the ground should be burned. Instead, it is considered disrespectful to the flag and the flag in question should be moved in such a manner so it is not touching the ground.[11]
  • The flag should always be permitted to fall freely. (An exception was made during the Apollo moon landings when the flag hung from an extensible horizontal bar, allowing full display even in the absence of an atmosphere.)[

Thursday, June 12, 2014

So does Bristol Palin have a job yet?

Bristol Palin graduated from skin school over a month ago now.  Has she gotten a job yet, sent out resumes, gotten any interviews?

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Well of course Sarah Palin had to respond to Hillary Clinton's comments!

From Politico

Sarah Palin says Hillary Clinton’s forthcoming memoir helps identify who fired the “first shot” in the “real ‘war on women.’”

In a tweet posted Monday, the former Alaska governor and 2008 GOP vice presidential candidate linked to a photo from Clinton’s memoir “Hard Choices” in which the former secretary of state recalled the Obama campaign asking Clinton in 2008 to “follow suit” in releasing a dismissive statement after Palin was announced as Sen. John McCain’s running mate.

 “But I wouldn’t,” Clinton wrote. “I was not going to attack Palin just for being a woman appealing for support from other women.”

Hillary did clarify her statement to Robin Roberts:

“I think it’s fair to say  that I made it clear I’m not going to go attack somebody for being a woman or a man. I’m going to try and look at the issues, where they stand, what their experience is, what they intend to do and then that’s fair game,” Clinton said.

In responding to Palin’s tweet she tried to clarify saying, “That’s not exactly what I said.”

“What I said was that in beginning the process of working with Senator Obama after I ended my campaign, we had as I describe in the book,  an awkward but necessary meeting to clear the air on a couple of issues and one of them was the sexism that unfortunately was present in that ’08 campaign,” Clinton said.

I know await Skanky's response.  It will probably start out with "Hey Hillary Rodham Clinton!"

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Great news, Eric Cantor is OUT!

from msn.

In a stunning upset, Virginia Rep. Eric Cantor, the second-highest ranking Republican in the House, lost his primary challenge to a tea party-backed candidate Tuesday, according to the Associated Press.

With more than 75 percent of precincts reporting, the AP called economics professor Dave Brat the surprise winner of the GOP nomination for Virginia’s 7th congressional district.

Cantor, who serves as the House majority leader, heavily outspent Brat and was widely expected to survive the challenge from the right.

Brat painted the seven-term congressman as a Washington insider who has become too liberal to represent the Richmond-area district. He accused Cantor of supporting immigration reform that would give “amnesty” to those living in the United State illegally.

Cantor became the highest-ranking member of the House to be defeated since then-Speaker Thomas Foley lost his re-election contest in 1994.

Brat’s victory illustrates the enduring power of conservative activists who think Republicans in Washington are ineffective and are determined to unseat them.

Brat’s attacks on Cantor for his past remarks that the GOP needed to reach a deal with President 

Obama on the issue, will likely stall any chance of a broader immigration bill passing in Congress, as other Republicans will worry about being defeated in primaries like Cantor.

And Cantor’s loss will start jockeying in the House of Representatives among members who want to replace him in the party’s leadership and position themselves to become Speaker if John Boehner retires. 

No way in hell is this teabagger gonna win the general.

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Monday, June 9, 2014

It's true, just meeting Sarah Palin can infect you with the Palin curse!

US Senate candidate from South Dakota met Sarah Palin last summer in Baltic.

Sarah never officially endorsed her but Annette got in trouble anyway:

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — South Dakota authorities on Wednesday arrested defeated U.S. Senate candidate Annette Bosworth and charged her with multiple counts of perjury and filing false election documents, saying she fraudulently attested to gathering voter signatures when she was really on a Christian mission trip to the Philippines.

South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley charged Bosworth with six counts of perjury and six counts of filing false documents related to election campaign laws. The arrest warrant was served a day after Bosworth lost the Republican primary with just 6 percent of the vote.

"The election complaints received by the Secretary of State involve conduct that is serious, deliberate, and must be addressed in order to preserve the integrity of our elections," Jackley said in a statement. "Because this is a federal elected office, I have and will continue to discuss the investigation with federal authorities."

Jackley said the 42-year-old Bosworth was given notice of the warrant Wednesday morning and turned herself in to the Minnehaha County Jail. She was immediately released.

At a press conference Wednesday afternoon, Bosworth called the charges "a political intimidation scheme" against her by Jackley, who was initially appointed to his position by former Gov. Mike Rounds. Rounds defeated Bosworth and three other Republicans Tuesday night to capture the GOP nomination for the seat being vacated by retiring Democrat Tim Johnson.

"We still believe this is a political persecution," Bosworth said in a prepared statement. She did not take questions.

Annette also read a chapter from Sarah's playbook, the one where you play the victim:

Embattled former Senate candidate Annette Bosworth said Attorney General Marty Jackley is prosecuting her for both political and personal reasons on Friday.

Bosworth, a doctor, is facing 12 felony charges for violating oaths on her nominating petitions. She said her mistakes weren't serious and that Jackley is going after her for "revenge."

"Marty Jackley's goal is not justice, it's revenge," Bosworth said in a news conference in her medical office. "He's trying to take away my medical license. If he can't get a criminal conviction or an admission of guilt, he's going after my livelihood again."

A felony conviction could be grounds for Bosworth to lose her medical license. Several years ago, she reached a settlement with the attorney general's office over alleged Medicaid fraud in which Bosworth didn't admit any wrongdoing.

"Marty Jackley wants to destroy me and he won't be satisfied until he does," she said.

Bosworth talked about the potential consequences of the 12 felony charges, each of which has a maximum penalty of two years in prison and a $4,000 fine.

"Marty Jackley wants me shackled and locked in a cage, unable to see my children graduate from high school or college," she said.

But Bosworth is highly unlikely to see prison time, even if convicted on all counts. Under South Dakota's 2013 criminal justice reform, low-level nonviolent felonies like she's charged with have a presumption of probation instead of prison.

Jackley has previously said he is charging Bosworth and another former candidate, Clayton Walker, because their offenses were "serious, deliberate and must be addressed in order to preserve the integrity of our elections."

Bosworth has also said Jackley's prosecution is political because he has raised money for Bosworth's primary opponent, Mike Rounds.

"The election is over," Jackley said. "The attorney general does not have the luxury of taking a pass or a walk on tough issues. Her conduct and statements pertaining to this situation speak for themselves."

At her news conference Friday, Bosworth declined to answer questions about the substance of the charges, citing legal advice. Specifically, she wouldn't say whether she didn't read or understand the oath she signed that people were signing her petitions in her presence.

Bosworth has admitted that multiple people signed her petitions when she wasn't there, despite signing the oath to the contrary. She said on Friday that she hadn't realized she was doing anything wrong.

"These were real people who were supporters of mine. They aren't fake, and they aren't dead," Bosworth said. "Why would I knowingly and intentionally perjure myself to obtain signatures of legitimate voters and supporters?"

She and a spokesman, Lee Stranahan, drew a contrast with Walker. He's accused of making up fake voters for his petitions. Bosworth's violations of the law, Stranahan said, are much less serious.

And Annette Bosworth isn't the only one in trouble:

 Barring some disaster, Chris McDaniel’s tea party-backed primary challenge to Mississippi Republican Sen. Thad Cochran looked likely to succeed on Wednesday morning. After all, McDaniel already weathered one lurid scandal in which four supporters were arrested for allegedly plotting a nursing home break-in. Surely his campaign could make it to the June 24 runoff without another bizarre police investigation, right?

Well, maybe not. The Hinds County Sheriff’s Office announced Wednesday that it was investigating three McDaniel supporters who were locked inside the local courthouse, where primary ballots were held, on election night.

Unlike the nursing home arrests, which involved prominent backers of McDaniel but no one directly tied to the campaign, the courthouse lock-in included a top McDaniel staffer, campaign coalition director Scott Brewster.

According to the McDaniel campaign it was an innocent misunderstanding. The campaign said it had dispatched three people to the courthouse to monitor the outstanding election night count, and they were accidentally stuck. They then called the local county executive, Pete Perry, a Cochran supporter, for help.

The sheriff’s office, however, isn’t convinced. The investigation is driven by the McDaniel supporters’ inability to get their story straight, a spokesman for the sheriff’s office said.

“There are conflicting stories from the three of them, which began to raise the red flag, and we’re trying to get to the bottom of it,” Othor Cain, a spokesman for the Hinds County Sheriff’s Department, told The Clarion-Ledger on Wednesday. “No official charges have been filed at this point, but we don’t know where the investigation will lead us.”

Oh and Julianne Ortman went down in flames at the Minnesota GOP convention. BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA!


Sunday, June 8, 2014

Sarah Palin doesn't know when to end a losing battle

From Addicting Info

Sarah Palin seems to suffer from “hyper-political projection”. She continually takes to Fox Noise,, Facebook and any other willing outlet to rail against all forms of illegality she claims are perpetrated by President Barack Obama. The tactic has served her well throughout her political career, first ousting a fellow commissioner on the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission after she alleged ethical violations committed by state Republican Party chair Randy Ruedrich.

Palin’s half-term as Governor for the great state of Alaska was, itself, marred by blatant ethics violations, not the least of which was ‘Troopergate’ where Palin and her administration lobbied for the firing of Alaska State Trooper Mike Wooten. Wooten, it should be noted, also happened to be the ex-brother-in-law of Governor Palin who was involved in a contentious custody dispute with the governor’s sister. The release of the Branchflower Investigative Report, endorsed by the Alaska statehouse, showed Palin to be in clear violation of the state’s ethics laws, though this didn’t stop Palin from spinning the findings to mean something completely different and untrue when she stated, “I’m very, very pleased to be cleared of any legal wrongdoing … any hint of any kind of unethical activity there. Very pleased to be cleared of any of that.” Oh, Sarah, if only wishing made it true.

 We’ve all heard her highness lay allegations of outright tyranny, governing by fiat, lawless execution and whatever other Republican base buzzwords that side can come up with to tar and feather our current president. Just yesterday, Palin’s Facebook page offered the outlandish but predictable screed attacking the Kenyan Muslim of breaking the law when he traded five Guantanamo detainees, (this number is as high as 70, depending on how far right you go for your news) for POW Bowe Bergdahl. Lobbing attacks from the discredited sideline upon which she sits will likely not do anything but to gin up the rabid Republican base.

This doesn’t stop Palin from becoming apoplectic at the thought that someone broke the law and we can’t let them get away with it. Unless of course the lawbreaker is Palin herself.

In September of 2013, the North Jersey Media Group filed a lawsuit against Mrs. Palin and her political action committee for copyright infringement. Palin and her PAC exploited an iconic image from the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks that showed NYFD Firefighters raising an American flag over the still smouldering Ground Zero. Having not sought permission for use of the image and certainly enjoying financial benefit for its use, the North Jersey Media Group’s claim is seeking unspecified damages.

Fighting the case all along, Palin lost a bid to have the case moved from the Manhattan Federal Court, where it was filed, to an Alaskan Federal Court or dismissed altogether. Now, her legal defense team has taken the offensive (both tactical and literal) position of thumbing their nose at the media group’s claim stating, “The Amended Complaint was not only filed in the wrong place, the Southern District of New York — it should never have been filed at all,” according to a May 13 court filing.

Palin further contends that neither she nor her minions ever sought out the image and that it was, in fact, generated automatically to her websites thanks to a widget app they use.

 So we return to the notion of political projection. Mama Grizzly throws unfounded allegation after unfounded allegation at the administration responsible for handing her the most embarrassing defeat of her political career all while she is being made to stand in court on real, true and ultimately provable grounds of law breaking. Though Palin will likely only have to pay a fine for the actions of her PAC and herself, the irony is truly satisfying.

I guess it doesn't really matter if she loses or not cuz she will use Pac funds to pay her expenses like she always does.

And Sarah's excuse is like saying the dog ate my homework.  Sorry Skanky ignorance is not a defense.  Something you have a lot of.