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Saturday, September 5, 2015

You knew this was going to happen

From The Hill

Palin argued that while Obama "enjoyed spectacular autumn weather which he commemorated with many selfies on a stick," he missed some key features of the region.
Here are a few things he missed," Palin wrote in an op-ed for IJReview, published under the byline "Denali," her Secret Service code name during the 2008 presidential campaign and the Native Alaskans' name for Mount McKinley that Obama controversially restored ahead of his trip.

Palin listed a litany of suggestions for Obama's next trip, including visiting the Hubbard Glacier ("which is actually growing"), meeting Alaska's military personnel ("We'll thank the troops for you, sir") and focusing on the state's natural energy resources.

"Maybe if he had looked across the way he’d finally notice the looming, growing, serious threat that is Vladimir Putin," Palin wrote in another jab at Obama, including a photo of the Russian president sitting in a rubber fishing boat with a crossbow.

"What, do I have to keep an eye on him from my house?" Palin quipped.

She also made light of a salmon spawning on Obama's shoes during the trip, saying, "I’m glad you loved Alaska … these residents were excited to see you … that’s the Alaskan spirit!"

Sarah you weren't funny back in 2008 and your sure as hell not funny now.  You're just bitter and jealous that President Obama didn't bother to stop in Wasilla to see you.  Course being within 20 miles of Wasilla would have infected him with crabs.

President Obama did see the troops on his last trip in AK, remember?


  1. I could have sworn that her security name was actually North Star. I seem to remember being irritated at her being called a "star," when she was just a bit role.

    1. I vaguely remember the North Star moniker, too. But a quick google search shows that, indeed her code name was Denali, and Toad's was Driller...
      Maybe we confuse it, because she opened the LLC with that name?

  2. I'm sure $illy $arah's code name was "Denial", and that the Security Detail misread it as the mountain's name - you know, the mountain that $illy $arah's $tumpy $tymied Daughter thinks everyone calls McKinley.

  3. Sarah cooked up her "Governor's North Star Awards for International
    Excellence" in 2008.

    Something tells me there might be more to find about the old hoohah's North Star fixitation!

    " Alaska’s International Trade Community Gathers for 21st Annual Event

    Alaska’s international trade community gathered on May 27, 2008 to celebrate another successful year of exporting to overseas markets. Presented by the Export Council of Alaska and World Trade Center Alaska, the 21st Annual Export Alaska Luncheon was conducted at the Egan Civic and Convention Center in downtown Anchorage and drew an audience of nearly 400 business and government leaders. Highlights of the event included Alaska Governor Sarah Palin’s presentation of the newly launched Governor’s North Star Awards for International Excellence and a key note address by United States Senator Ted Stevens that focused on trade and energy. The Governor’s awards were expanded this year to provide recognition for excellence not only in exporting but also in fields such as international education, foreign direct investment, and transportation, among others. In addition, the Export Council of Alaska presented five students with education scholarships to help them pursue an international career."

  4. Sarah probably feels the need to rant and rave about every little thing in the the hope of diversion because the anniversary of the Palin Family Brawl is coming up. It's almost a year since the Palin family exposed itself undeniably as white trash.

    Hey Bristol, why don't you put down your selfie stick and go read your biggest headlines for your daily ego trip?

    1. $300.00 sunglasses? Stretch Hummer? Dunk Wasillabillies? Underwear?

      Time for them to be gettin' all their chit together!

    2. lol Drunk Wasillabillies?!


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