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Thursday, July 31, 2014

Already the Sarah Palin Channel has stepped in it big time (satire)

From the National Report

 This is satire, but don't be suprised if it really does happen

Less than five hours after the launch of The Sarah Palin Channel, the fledgling online subscription-based network has landed itself in a major controversy, after a person being interviewed by Palin herself repeatedly referred to President Barack Obama using the highly offensive “N” word.

During The Sarah Palin Channel’s launch event on Sunday evening, Palin sat down for a live “Real America” interview with George Seymour, 58, a coal miner from Bowling Green, Kentucky, as a part of what Palin had hoped would be “a series of interviews with real Americans, from real America, offering real American perspectives.”

During the thirty-minute interview, Palin asked Seymour about taxes, government regulations, and even international affairs, taking in the regular Joe’s amateur perspective on Russia’s acts of aggression toward the Ukraine and the most recent conflict between Israel and Palestine. But when she asked Seymour what he thought about Barack Obama’s presidency, the network’s first real scandal broke.

“I hate that n*,” Seymour said angrily. “I call him `N* Hitler.’ He wants to stick everyone that don’t agree with him in concentration camps [and] make us wear the mark of the beast. He’s a Muslim, gay-loving n* Hitler and there’s not a day that goes by where I don’t wish he was dead or in jail.”

Palin seemed nonplussed with regards to Seymour’s incendiary comments. “[Laughing] well George, that’s the kind of honest opinion we’re looking for here on the Sarah Palin Channel. Unedited real talk from a real American like yourself is always welcome here.”

The live interview, which originally aired at 5:30 PM EST, remained available for streaming on the site until approximately 11:20 PM EST, when it was taken down without warning or explanation. 

Liberal media watchdogs Media Matters predicts the video received anywhere from 9,000 to 15,000 views before it was taken down.

The Palin Channel has thus far refused to comment on the scandal, telling National Report that the video was removed from the site due to “formatting issues.” The network has also stopped advertising the “Real America” interview series entirely, which the network had previously claimed would be aired once per week.

Uh Sarah agreeing with Howard Stern is not going to make you his friend

This was posted on Sarah's facebook.

This is Howard's opinion of Sarah:

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Levi and Bristol will not be in court today

According to Court View their case has been rescheduled to September 8 which will be a settlement hearing.  They were originally supposed to be in court today with an open hearing.  The settlement hearing is closed to the public which is what the Palins wanted anyway.

Levi whatever you do don't back down!

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Millions of people and I will not be watching Sarah Palin's new TV Channel

From NBC News

 Sarah Palin has started her own subscription-based online network. The Sarah Palin Channel, which went live on Sunday, bills itself as a "direct connection" between the former Alaska governor and GOP vice presidential candidate and her supporters, with "no need to please the powers-that-be," Palin says in a video mission statement on her channel's home page.

"Are you tired of the media filters?" she asks. "Well, I am. I always have been. So we're gonna do something about it. We'll talk about the issues that the mainstream media won't talk about." Palin says she oversees all content posted to the channel. This will include her own political commentary. Other features for subscribers include the ability to submit questions to Palin and participate with her in online video chats. Membership is set at $9.95 per month or $99.95 for a year.

The reason I say milllions of people will not watch Sarah Palin is because of this poll

And the ones who still support her don't want to shell out $9.95/month:

Stuart Somers $9.95 a month?
13 minutes ago

 Mark Tatters I would like to join but will not share my friends list
Devon Newton She doesn't need cable - stream it online. I watch everything from my phone anyway.
Jackie Dies Watts I think she has lost her mind. $10 a month for access, I don't think it puts her in a very good light.
Bob Sheets I like her too but not for 10 dollars a month! 

Sunday, July 27, 2014

Sarah Palin's favorite go-to celebrity outlet turns on her

Guess she will be taking TMZ off her speed dial after that one.  Sorry Sarah calling a media outlet to make you look good longer works.  Oh how the mighty have fallen.

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 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 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

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

Friday, July 18, 2014

SarahPac's latest numbers are not so good

This may explain why she has been such a bitch lately:

Sarah Pac Report:

Column A
This Period
Column B
Year To Date
6. (a) Cash on hand, January 1, 2014
    (b) Cash on hand at Beginning of Reporting Period1086533.27
    (c) Total Receipts (from line 19)460647.85890864.65
    (d) Subtotal (6(b) + 6(c) for A, 6(a) + 6(c) for B)1547181.122008548.64
7. Total Disbursements576242.201037609.72
8. Cash on Hand at Close of Reporting Period970938.92970938.92
9. Debts and Obligations Owed TO the Committee0.00
    Itemize all on SCHEDULE C or SCHEDULE D
10. Debts and Obligations Owed BY the Committee0.00
    Itemize all on SCHEDULE C or SCHEDULE D

Column A
This Period
Column B
Calendar Year
I. Receipts
11. Contributions (other than loans) From:
    (a) Individuals/Persons Other than Political Committees
        (i) Itemized123548.48207325.48
        (ii) Unitemized335407.75679703.20
        (iii) Total (11(a)(i) + 11(a)(ii))458956.23887028.68
    (b) Political Party Commitees0.000.00
    (c) Other Political Committees (such as PACS)0.000.00
    (d) Total Contributions (11(a)(iii) + (b) + (c))458956.23887028.68
12. Transfers From Affiliated/Other Party Committees0.000.00
13. All Loans Received0.000.00
14. Loan Repayments Received0.000.00
15. Offsets to Operating Expenditures (Refunds, Rebates, etc)1691.623835.97
16. Refunds of Contributions made to Fed. Candidates and other Political Committees0.000.00
17. Other Federal Receipts (Dividends, Interest, etc)0.000.00
18. Transfers from Non-Federal and Levin Funds
    (a) Non-Federal Account (SCHEDULE H3)0.000.00
    (b) Levin Funds (SCHEDULE H5)0.000.00
    (c) Total Transfers ( 18(a) + 18(b) )0.000.00
19. Total Receipts (11(d) + 12 + 13 + 14 + 15 + 16 + 17 + 18)460647.85890864.65
20. Total Federal Receipts (19 - 18(c))460647.85890864.65
II. Disbursements
21. Operating Expenditures
    (a) Shared Federal/Nonfederal Activity (SCHEDULE H4)
        (i) Federal Share0.000.00
        (ii) Nonfederal Share0.000.00
    (b) Other Federal Operating Expenditures535130.20926997.72
    (c) Total Operating Expenditures (21(a)(i) + (a)(ii) + (b))535130.20926997.72
22. Transfers to Affiliated/Other Party Committees0.000.00
23. Contributions to Fed. Candidates/Committees and Other Political Committees40000.0096000.00
24. Independent Expenditures (SCHEDULE E)0.000.00
25. Coordinated Expenditures Made by Party Committees (SCHEDULE F)0.000.00
26. Loan Repayments Made0.000.00
27. Loans Made0.000.00
28. Refunds of Contributions To:
    (a) Individuals/Persons Other Than Political Committees1112.006112.00
    (b) Political Party Committees0.000.00
    (c) Other Political Committees (such as PACs)0.000.00
    (d) Total Contribution Refunds (28(a) + (b) + (c))1112.006112.00
29. Other Disbursements0.008500.00
30. Federal Election Activity
    (a) (i) Allocated Federal Election Activity - Federal Share (SCHEDULE H6)0.000.00
    (a) (ii) Allocated Federal Election Activity - Levin Share (SCHEDULE H6)0.000.00
    (b) Federal Election Activity Paid Entirely with Federal Funds0.000.00
    (c) Total Federal Election Activity ( 30(a)(i)+30(a)(ii)+30(b) )0.000.00
31. Total Disbursements ( 21(c)+23+24+25+26+27+28(d)+29+30(c) )576242.201037609.72
32. Total Federal Disbursements (31-21(a)(ii)-30(a)(ii))576242.201037609.72
III. Net Contributions/Operating Expenditures
33. Total Contributions (other than loans) (11(d))458956.23887028.68
34. Total Contribution Refunds (28(d))1112.006112.00
35. Net Contributions (other than loans) (32 - 33)457844.23880916.68
36. Total Federal Operating Expenditures (21(a)(i) + 21(b))535130.20926997.72
37. Offsets to Operating Expenditures (15)1691.623835.97
38. Net Operating Expenditures533438.58923161.75

Thursday, July 17, 2014

In order to make amends with FOX News Sarah ghost writes an op-ed

FOX News:

President Obama was absolutely swamped the other night, staving off the munchies at a pizza party in the Mile High city, hobnobbing as headliner at numerous Democrat shindigs, collecting big bucks from big donors all day.
Whew. Exhausting. Especially exhausting must be trying to change pace and pivot through the fundraising parties, knowing they’re thrown by those much maligned “fat cats” (Obama’s words, not mine).
The president conveniently disparages these fat cats in public, but in private their group hugs are a whole lot of cuddlin,’ purrin’ and rolling over for more tummy tickling from the one who feeds them. And it wasn’t hairballs any felines coughed up Tuesday just to hear Obama talk…and talk…and talk some more.
Donors forked over up to $32,000 just to get in the door to hear some fancy talk and scratch each other’s backs. These parties may be quite boring, too, making the outings even more exhausting, because politics isn’t a passionate cause for most attendees, it’s a money maker.
Does anyone think these Obama supporters are in it to “let freedom ring”? Nah. Shoot, they don’t even let cell phones ring. They’re confiscated at these fundraisers. Nowadays the White House actually censors, er, “prevents” recording off-TelePrompTer remarks from the guy who's "the most transparent in history!"
After watching what’s going on, does anyone else feel an urgency to take away the proverbial teenager’s car keys to prevent the inevitable crash down the road? But maybe that’s just the mama in me. Maybe I really should give the busy guy a break because with all the screaming chaos around the globe, Obama’s completely tone-deaf, disengaged, and unfocused actions perhaps can be explained.
The attention deficit that prohibits this administration from tackling even ONE serious problem, resolving even ONE impeachable scandal or self-made crisis, is probably due to having so much on the plate at once, including one heck of a high priority project currently underway. 
This one may keep the president up all night because it’s literally just underfoot: the White House Bowling Alley Renovation Project. Yup. (You can't make this stuff up.) And instead of this expense being questioned, it’s justified by his media friends explaining that those bowling lanes haven’t been updated in 15 years. Oh my. 
The federal government will demolish it and replace wood lanes with synthetic ones. Prioritize, much? (Quick natural science lesson for Dear Leader: check out the main ingredient in most synthetics – it’s that sinful bubblin’ crude you don’t like. Oil that is, black gold, Texas tea.) 
Upset that the bowling lanes “feel old,” one staffer wailed to Time magazine, “There’s no electric scoreboard, so you have to score by hand—which is just debilitating when you’re focused on bowling a 300 like I am.” Obnoxious, much? 
His government-funded bowling alley in the seat of a bankrupt country just isn’t up to snuff and that’s downright debilitating. Spare us. 
(Update: Fox reports now that after this Bowling Lanes to Nowhere project was publicized, it slinked to the back burner. Good call. Just like a broken clock, even it gets it right once in awhile.)"
But, seriously, our commander-in-chief is busy, as Rome burns. For instance, after satisfying those munchies in Colorado, he carved out room for some super duper important games of pool in a bar with that state’s enabling governor. Ironically, Hickensooperdooper is his name. I think. Anyway, Obama won. He told us so. (Funny, he always wins. Golf, basketball, brackets and bets, his grand pronouncements afterward is always, miraculously, humph, he won again!)
Whew. Racking balls, getting buzzed on suds, maybe humming “Rocky Mountain High” while kicking it in those Rockies, hard choices had to be made – stripes or solids? And that beer – do I drink it if the mountains aren’t blue? Talk about miscues.
President Obama was in Texas next. No time to visit the porous U.S. border, but lots of time for more fancy talkin’, photo-opin’ and fundraisin’. No plugging holes this time down South.  
Now, some of the above examples of frivolous, inefficient, über-partisan, distracting events that fill the president's busy days are not impeachable offenses. They’re just, well, offensive.
But Barack Obama has most certainly engaged in impeachable offenses. Many. That’s a given. No need to waste ink trying to educate the “deniers” on how things are guaranteed to get worse unless this lawless administration, led by an imperial president, is legally slapped down on the House and Senate floors; so instead I’ll use what we’re told are the world’s superpower’s scariest weapons – a pen and a phone – to talk to sane Americans about taking our country back. That’s up next. 
So stay tuned. And when you next hear politicians denounce Barack Obama as a lawless imperial president with a destructively scandal-riddled administration, ask them what they’re going to do about it. Mark Levin asked precisely that on Fox’s “Hannity” Wednesday night, then answered it with rock solid remedies that are our only hope.
With all due respect, listen up, politicians; you’ve ignored your 7th grade American government lessons long enough.
I’ll repeat Levin’s gentle reminder that the Constitution provides the remedy for a president who commits “high crimes and misdemeanors.” If Senators aren’t ballsy enough to use their power of the purse to stop this nonsense, then they must hand the baton to the House and support our representatives in impeachment proceedings. 
Stay tuned.

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

As of right now Sarah has not responded to Eric Holder

I am writing this as of last night and right now Sarah has not responded to Eric Holder.

What's the matter Sarah, too afraid?

Does Eric have the goods on you or did FOX tell you to shut up?

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Even FOX News hates Sarah Palin now

From FOX:

There is simply no downside for Sarah Palin in calling for Barack Obama’s impeachment.
She grabs a nice bit of media attention. She rallies her conservative base. She gets to talk about it on Fox. And since she holds no elective office, she doesn’t have to worry about whether her rhetorical broadside has the slightest chance of succeeding.
In fact, the chances that the House will impeach a second straight Democratic president are extremely remote. But so what? Palin gets the issue and positions herself on the leading edge of anti-Obamaism.
The former Alaska governor and Fox News contributor launched her attack yesterday on the conservative Breitbart News website, and she came out swinging:
“Enough is enough of the years of abuse from this president. His unsecured border crisis is the last straw that makes the battered wife say, ‘no mas.’…
“It’s time to impeach; and on behalf of American workers and legal immigrants of all backgrounds, we should vehemently oppose any politician on the left or right who would hesitate in voting for articles of impeachment.”
The 2008 VP nominee made the case last night on “Hannity” as well, guaranteeing a second bump.
But while various GOP congressmen have openly mused about impeachment, the House leadership hasn’t given any indication that such proceedings would be seriously considered. With the Republicans appearing to be in a strong position in the 2014 midterms, why introduce an explosive new element that would divide the country and enable critics to turn the spotlight on their motivation?
The impeachment of Bill Clinton didn’t work out so well from the GOP point of view, as the country turned against the effort and the Democrats actually picked up House seats in the 1998 midterms.
I’m sure a chunk of the country would love to see Obama run out of office. But being a bad president isn’t grounds for impeachment. The Constitution requires evidence of “high crimes and misdemeanors”—say, like authorizing burglaries and orchestrating a coverup, as Richard Nixon did.
The IRS scandal certainly carries a strong whiff of Watergate-style political retaliation. But with all those missing Lois Lerner emails, no one has tied the misconduct to the president or top White House aides.
Interestingly, Palin’s Breitbart column doesn’t offer a legal bill of particulars for impeachment. It’s more of a laundry-list indictment of his conduct in office:
Opening our borders to a flood of illegal immigrants is deliberate. This is his fundamental transformation of America…
“The federal government is trillions of dollars in debt, many cities are on the verge of insolvency, our overrun healthcare system, police forces, social services, schools, and our unsustainably generous welfare-state programs are stretched to the max. ..
“President Obama’s rewarding of lawlessness, including his own, is the foundational problem here. It’s not going to get better, and in fact irreparable harm can be done in this lame-duck term as he continues to make up his own laws as he goes along.”
Will this have a political impact? The Washington Post sees Palin putting her Capitol Hill colleagues on the spot:
“If a significant pro-impeachment portion of the conservative base does materialize — and that's a big ‘if’ — it will put Republican lawmakers in the unenviable position of responding to questions about whether they, too, agree with the idea of impeachment…
 “It lends credence to Democrats' argument that Republicans are controlled by the extreme wing of their party. And to the extent that Democrats can make the 2014 election a referendum on the GOP's conduct in Congress (see: government shutdown), it's to their benefit.”
On the right, Hot Air's Allahpundit suggests the effort isn’t worth it because the president would most likely be acquitted in the Senate:
“Don’t be so sure there’d be a majority in favor of convicting Obama even if Republicans retake the Senate. The usual centrist suspects — Collins, Murkowski, Kirk, et al. — will be chilly to the idea. And now that Thad Cochran owes his reelection to black Democrats in Mississippi, it’s hard to believe he’d turn around and vote to remove the first black president. To even have a bare majority willing to convict, I suspect you’d need at least 57 or so seats in GOP hands next year, which is a tall order for November.
“But again, this is mainly about constructing a true conservative/RINO litmus test, so if a bunch of RINOs end up voting to acquit, no biggie. That’ll simply be taken as proof of the underlying point that the Senate needs more tea partiers…
“Does John McCain agree with his former running mate that the president should be impeached? Inquiring minds want to know!”
(McCain said yesterday he doesn't support impeachment.)
On the left, Salon laments the extreme polarization of such efforts:
"We’ve gotten into the habit of delegitimizing our presidents — not just contesting their election or pushing back against their policies, but denying their very claim to the White House. From the farcical (birthers) to the faux-serious ('anti-American socialist!'), we’ve moved beyond mere opposition and into a deeper civic sickness, where casting aspersions on the policies of an opposition president has given way to challenging his very right to implement those policies.
"It didn’t start with Barack Obama. This new kind of cynicism has been gaining ground for years."
Sarah Palin was a powerful force in the 2010 elections, boosting some candidates to victory with her coveted endorsements and still being talked about as a presidential possibility. But with the rise of figures like Ted Cruz and Rand Paul, she hasn’t been talked about much in 2014 at all. That, at least for now, has suddenly changed. 
That last paragraph, not anymore.  She was won like one primary so far.

Monday, July 14, 2014

Sarah Palin violates her contract with FOX, again

From Washington Post

 Sarah Palin’s call for President Obama’s impeachment yesterday pushed to the forefront of the Internet on what could well have been a sleepy summer news day. Nothing like an “exclusive” from conservatism’s proven driver of traffic.

Hold on, though: Palin is a Fox News contributor. What’s she doing lighting up

A Palin confidant tells the Erik Wemple Blog that Palin’s contract with Fox News guarantees the cable-news leader exclusive rights to her work on television and on the Internet, an arrangement confirmed by a Fox News source. The posting violates the terms of Palin’s relationship with Fox News.

“It was a mistake,” says the Palin confidant. “She had in her mind that she was propagating something under the auspices of the PAC.” That would be SarahPAC, “a federally registered political action committee (PAC) dedicated to building America’s future by supporting fresh ideas and candidates who share our vision for reform and innovation.”

So Palin is falling back on the PAC-byline-contributor-contract loophole. That’s a savvy, insider-ish move for someone who so routinely claims to abhor the ways of Washington.

What rogue behavior! All the more rogue, considering that Palin went to with the goods. 

Here’s a statement from Alex Marlow, editor in chief of Breitbart News Network:
Governor Palin approached us with the idea of writing an opinion piece in which she calls for the impeachment of President Obama. Over the past year, we’ve run several exclusive articles from the Governor as well as other right-of-center politicians and opinion leaders like Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, Jeff Sessions, Mike Lee, Marco Rubio, and Donald Trump, to name a few, who value reaching the conservative audience and recognize that Bretibart News is able to gives these pieces the maximum exposure they deserve.
The Fox News source confirms that the network would have preferred to have had the impeachment post, yet there was no insurrection in the network’s Manhattan offices. The stakes now are considerably lower than in October 2011, when Palin jilted Fox News and made the announcement about her presidential non-candidacy on Mark Levin’s radio show.

Honestly I do not know why Roger keeps putting up with this shit.  FOXs ratings are in the tank, and Sarah is a big reason why.

Sunday, July 13, 2014

American wants Sarah Palin to shut the fuck up

From Wall Street Journal

Sarah Palin is the politician Americans most want to be quiet, according to a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News/Annenberg poll that asked respondents to weigh in on six prominent figures.

 More than half – 52% — of people surveyed said the former Alaska governor and 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee, who was recently seen calling for President Barack Obama’s impeachment in a Breitbart News column, should just “be quiet.”

Ms. Palin, still a tea party favorite and who maintains an active television and social media presence, scored worse than fellow former pols Jesse Jackson (45%), Dick Cheney (42%) and Newt Gingrich (39%).
Mr. Jackson’s numbers are a bit of a mystery, given that he has not been in the national media much of late. 

More than half of people surveyed who are 50 years or older – who perhaps remember the civil rights activist when he was more prominent and a potential Democratic presidential nominee – said Mr. Jackson should be quiet. Only 35% of people aged 18-34 said the same.
The Journal/NBC/Annenberg poll was kinder to Bill Clinton (31%) and Al Gore (37%), though about half of Republicans said they would prefer that the 1990s Democratic team in the White House would be  quiet.
Twelve percent of those surveyed said each of the pols surveyed should continue talking – they said none of them should be quiet.
The poll of 1,392 people was conducted from June 30 to July 7, except for on the July 4 holiday, and has a margin of error of 3.14%.

Sarah if you really loved America you would shut up.  No one likes you.  Everyone thinks you are an imbecile.  So go away.

Notice three out of the top four  politicians mentioned in the poll are Republicans.

Saturday, July 12, 2014

DENIED! Bwahahahahahahaha!

From Huffington Post

Sarah Palin is dropping subtle hints that she might want to be a panelist on "The View." And by "subtle hints," we mean that she is explicitly saying in an interview that she might want to be a panelist on "The View."*

The ABC show is undergoing an almost total overhaul, with every host but Whoopi Goldberg departing. 
That means that lots of replacements are needed.

Enter Palin. Asked by the Hollywood Reporter if she had any interest in doing a "political talk show," she replied, "I hear everyone recently got canned from 'The View,' maybe a show like that needs a punch of reality and a voice of reason from America's heartland to knock some humble sense into their scripts. You know, someone willing to go rogue."

It's that kind of slavish adherence to a well-worn catchphrase that could make Palin the perfect daytime talk show host. Moreover, with everyone from Rosie O'Donnell to Mario Cantone being touted as a possible new panelist, "The View" has a chance to really return to its delightfully bonkers roots. Just imagine a show co-hosted by Whoopi Goldberg, Rosie O'Donnell, Sarah Palin and Mario Cantone. JUST. IMAGINE. THAT.

Sorry Skank but that's not gonna happen!  It would be like having Rush Limbaugh return to ESPN to do NFL Countdown.  One stupid comment and she is gone, like Rush was.

Looks like Skanky's not gonna get her wish

It's official -- Rosie O'Donnell is returning as a host for "The View."
The show tweeted out the news today saying, "ABC confirms Rosie O'Donnell returns as co-host of #TheView w/ moderator Whoopi Goldberg for Season 18."
The host is back after being on the show before from 2006 to 2007. While on the show, she famously clashed with Donald Trump and even some former "View" co-hosts like Elisabeth Hasselbeck.
This has to hurt as well:

The conservative pundit and daughter of Sen. John McCain will appear as a guest co-host on “The View” next week as a tryout to join the talk show, according to The Wrap.

McCain, 29, is currently a panelist on Pivot’s “TakePart Live” and has appeared on “The View” several times in the past few years, most recently as a guest co-host in 2013.


 Sportsman Channel has picked up a second season of Amazing America with Sarah Palin, the network will announce Monday. Palin's program, which has her introducing viewers to the great outdoors as well as the country's unsung heroes, has brought significant attention to the niche
cable channel propelling Sportsman to triple-digit year-over-year growth in households and key male demographics. And network executives are counting on Palin to be their linchpin in an ongoing effort to launch more original programming.

“Sportsman Channel has experienced tremendous growth this year and Sarah Palin’s involvement has proved to be a tremendous boon for our network and programming initiatives," noted Marc Fein, executive vp of programming and production

What kind of drugs are they smoking over at the Sportsman Channel?

Have you read Hillary Clinton's book Hard Choices?
So far just the passage about me because an attorney sent the passage to me. Hillary wrote about the 2008 campaign when the Obama camp asked her to basically engage in their familiar "politics of personal destruction" just hours after I was announced as the GOP's first female VP candidate. They couldn't attack my record as an executive, a Mayor, a Governor, an energy resources commissioner, nor a wife and mother, so ratcheting it all down she surmised the attacks would be based on gender! How passé. How mighty hypocritical. Hillary refused to engage. I appreciated her boldness in explaining that behind-the-scenes campaign tactic of Obama's. I've since pointed out there's no "war on women" if one doesn't react to that immature shot across the bow from the Liberal Left like America saw during that entire campaign. Don't retreat from such a shot. Just reload like I've been blessed to have the opportunity to do. And hey, I'm still standing! So flipping proud to be an American where I know first hand that anything is possible if you work hard, put your life in God's hands, serve something greater than self, and live life vibrantly!

Blah blah blah.  President Obama never asked anyone to attack you.  He wanted Hillary to attack your beliefs, not your family or your experience.  So shut the fuck up.

Friday, July 11, 2014

Sorry Sarah George Patton did not say that!

 From Skanky's Fecebook page:

I Want to Hear From Anyone Who Still Supports This Guy; I Want to Try to Figure You Out

This was posted to Obama’s Facebook page:

Hey guys: If the General Patton quote offends you, take it up with the General, not me; and then ask your parents why they raised such an overly sensitive intolerant little fellow.

I used to not feel this way, as I sought some redeeming value in everyone's opinion, but today's hijacking of the nefarious political party drives me to agree with the good General. Under its present leadership only the dishonest or frighteningly naive could claim allegiance to the Left wing of the party symbolized by the ass. If you consider yourself one of the good-old-day's Blue Dog democrats or a "Reagan democrat" of old, know those days are long gone. Your party left you. Go Independent. I'd love to hear from any of you who conclude the democrat party has morphed into a fundamentally transformed, unrecognizable monster, thus you've strengthened your spine and walked out of their room. You're better than the contributors to these days of bread and circuses. Save America, go Independent.

- Sarah Palin

Sorry Skank but George Patton never said that.  No evidence he did.  He also slapped his underlings who suffered from PTSD.

George was a great general but also an asshole.   How would you feel if Track got slapped by his CO? 

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Sarah Palin compares President Obama to a wife beater-Update

From Skanky's Fecebook page (I refuse to link to

Enough is enough of the years of abuse from this president. His unsecured border crisis is the last straw that makes the battered wife say, “no mas.”
Without borders, there is no nation. Obama knows this. Opening our borders to a flood of illegal immigrants is deliberate. This is his fundamental transformation of America. It’s the only promise he has kept. Discrediting the price paid for America’s exceptionalism over our history, he’s given false hope and taxpayer’s change to millions of foreign nationals who want to sneak into our country illegally. Because of Obama’s purposeful dereliction of duty an untold number of illegal immigrants will kick off their shoes and come on in, competing against Americans for our jobs and limited public services. There is no end in sight as our president prioritizes parties over doing the job he was hired by voters to do. Securing our borders is obviously fundamental here; it goes without saying that it is his job. 
The federal government is trillions of dollars in debt; many cities are on the verge of insolvency; our overrun healthcare system, police forces, social services, schools, and our unsustainably generous welfare-state programs are stretched to the max. We average Americans know that. So why has this issue been allowed to be turned upside down with our “leader” creating such unsafe conditions while at the same time obstructing any economic recovery by creating more dependents than he allows producers? His friendly wealthy bipartisan elite, who want cheap foreign labor and can afford for themselves the best “border security” money can buy in their own exclusive communities, do not care that Obama tapped us out.  
Have faith that average American workers – native-born and wonderful legal immigrants of all races, backgrounds, and political parties – do care because we’re the ones getting screwed as we’re forced to follow all our government’s rules while others are not required to do so. Many now feel like strangers in their own land. It’s the American worker who is forced to deal with Obama’s latest crisis with our hard-earned tax dollars while middle class wages decrease, sustainable jobs get more scarce, and communities become unrecognizable and bankrupted due to Obama’s flood of illegal immigration. 
Who’s looking out for the American workers? Who has their backs? Who fights for them? 
We should.
President Obama’s rewarding of lawlessness, including his own, is the foundational problem here. It’s not going to get better, and in fact irreparable harm can be done in this lame-duck term as he continues to make up his own laws as he goes along, and, mark my words, will next meddle in the U.S. Court System with appointments that will forever change the basic interpretation of our Constitution’s role in protecting our rights. 
It’s time to impeach; and on behalf of American workers and legal immigrants of all backgrounds, we should vehemently oppose any politician on the left or right who would hesitate in voting for articles of impeachment.
The many impeachable offenses of Barack Obama can no longer be ignored. If after all this he’s not impeachable, then no one is.

Sarah the only way President Obama can get impeached is if he gets a blowjob from an intern.  Which isn't gonna happen.

And comparing him to a wifebeater is low, even for you.  I'm sure the FLOTUS agrees with me.

Update-I forgot to post Sarah's video on Facebook where she comes off as deranged and bitter

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Exactly when is Willow Palin's birthday anyway?

 According to Courtview it is July 5.  The archives of ADN says July 7.  So which is it?

BTW Willow you are 20 years old now.  Your not in college, you have a job, time to grow up!