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Monday, November 30, 2015

In case you missed it, the Law and Order episode on the Duggars, with a Babygate twist

Great episode!  Law and Order did a good job with this.  They even gave a shout out to the Duggars and even showed Michelle and Jim Bob how you handle a situation when your daughters are abused.

And they even wrote a little Babygate in there too.

Monday Meme

Sunday, November 29, 2015

Now that Sarah Palin has quit her book tour, she is back to attacking the POTUS again

From Sarah's Fecebook page

We desperately need a Commander-in-Chief for such a time as this, not a divisive "Community Organizer" with a blowhorn, stirring domestic aggravation. Americans should be able to live with no fear of any outmanned, outsmarted, outgunned punkass-evil, misogynist, homophobic, intolerant death cult trying to infiltrate innocent populations.

We the People know our United States military could utterly and forever destroy ISIS - all it takes is the political will from on high with the command to "fire!" Alas, no matter the writing on the wall, our President will never trust the world's mightiest army to defeat the enemy - an enemy he refuses to wholly identify.

Muslim extremists crave an oncoming clash of civilizations. Nefarious characters hellbent on killing those who refuse to succumb to their warped ideology (we are the "infidels") WILL come on over, under current conditions, and ultimately supporters of Obama's weakened security agenda are liable when terrorists see open doors to bring the seat of their violence here. This is not illogical.
Well-meaning influencers of culture like Seth Meyers (bless his heart... I really like the guy!) need a great awakening to recover from their gullibility, as does anyone believing the Feds have an 18-24 month bureaucratic vetting process that successfully filters out the bad guys. "Question Authority" on this, Seth. And please peruse the attached op-ed to understand a differing point of view regarding unnecessary dangers we face with leaders' heads in the sand, refusing to consider this IS a clash of civilizations.…/sarah-palin-seth-meyers-show-america-h……/can-a-dying-civilization-defeat…/

Like Sarah really gives a shit about homophobia.  This is the same woman who fled Hawaii because she didn't like the Asians there and fired all the minorities working in the Alaska state government.

Saturday, November 28, 2015

Just as I predicted Sarah Palin quit her book tour!

From Patch

Brace yourself, Sarah Palin fans. The former vice presidential candidate has canceled her book signing appearance in Naperville.

Anderson’s Bookshop said in a release that the cancellation was due to circumstances outside the bookstore’s control. 

Those who are looking for refunds should contact Brown Paper Tickets, where tickets for the Palin event were sold. 

The event was originally scheduled for 6 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 1.


We are sorry to let you know that this event has been CANCELLED.

So why did Sarah quit her book tour?  Did Bristol go into labor or were sales and crowds so shitty the stores had no choice?  I say the latter.

Friday, November 27, 2015

Bill Walker has done a good job at flushing out Palin appointees

From Alaska Public Media

State agriculture director Franci Havermeister has been given notice that her job is on the line. In a press release Friday, Governor Bill Walker said that he is looking for new agricultural leadership, and the Havermeister will stay until early December 4, while the state looks for a replacement.

Havemeister was appointed to the position in 2007 by then governor Sarah Palin. Havermeister is one of the Department of Natural Resources longest – serving directors.

And Gov Bill also has appointed Palin nemesis Walt Monegan as acting comissioner for the Dept of Corrections.

Gov. Bill Walker has appointed former Anchorage police chief and former state Public Safety commissioner Walt Monegen as the acting commissioner for the Department of Corrections. 

"The system is broken in many ways and needs new leadership," Walker said of the Corrections Department, which runs Alaska prisons. A review requested by Walker has found problems with Corrections system handling of suicidal inmates and use of solitary confinement, among other issues. 

Walker said Commissioner Ronald Taylor has resigned following a discussion he had with Taylor.

Walt is an honest and ethical man.  Too bad Sarah threw him under the bus.

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

NFL week 12 picks

Week 12: November 25 - December 1

Philadelphia at Detroit 12:30 PM FOX Ford Field
Carolina at Dallas 4:30 PM CBS AT&T Stadium
Chicago at Green Bay 8:30 PM NBC Lambeau Field

Oakland at Tennessee 1:00 PM CBS LP Field
Buffalo at Kansas City 1:00 PM CBS Arrowhead Stadium
Tampa Bay at Indianapolis 1:00 PM FOX Lucas Oil Stadium
NY Giants at Washington 1:00 PM FOX FedEx Field
New Orleans at Houston 1:00 PM FOX NRG Stadium
Minnesota at Atlanta 1:00 PM FOX Georgia Dome
St. Louis at Cincinnati 1:00 PM FOX Paul Brown Stadium
San Diego at Jacksonville 1:00 PM CBS EverBank Field
Miami at NY Jets 1:00 PM CBS MetLife Stadium
Arizona at San Francisco 4:05 PM FOX Levi's Stadium
Pittsburgh at Seattle 4:25 PM CBS CenturyLink Field
New England at Denver 8:30 PM NBC Sports Authority Field at Mile High

Baltimore at Cleveland 8:30 PM

Turkey Award winners

The 2015 Turkey Award winners goes out to:

Politics-Donald Trump

Sports-Tom Brady

Current events-Dylan Roof

Entertainment-The Duggar Family

I have to mention that Bristol Palin came in very close to winning the Entertainment category, she was only one vote short.

Congrats to the winner!

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Sarah, Willow, and Molly go on a SarahPac funded jaunt to Disney World

From Sarah's Fecebook page:

Make every place you go the happiest place on earth! Keep the faith. Live life vibrantly by never vacillating in determination to overcome evil in this world that comes to steal and destroy... never surrender to fear or hopelessness. Taste sweet freedom through vigilant loyalty to your faith, family and America's freedom. Fight for it. We're all in this together; make sure God's in it, too. 

- Sarah Palin

Sarah pretending she gives a shit about Down Syndrome kids

Sarah actually looks more pregnant in this pic than she did with Trig

Guess since Sarah didn't go to  Disneyworld back in 2011 she had to this time.  And why didn't she take her favorite prop with her?  Trig would have enjoyed it.  And why didn't Molly take her kids with?

Willow must have blackmailed Sarah into letting her go.  Wow Willow has gone on vacation three times this year, Cabo, Hawaii, and now Disney.  Better enjoy it now Willow cuz that Pac is gonna dry up soon.

Tuesday's Trump Dump

President Obama has always treated hecklers with grace and dignity.  Hell even Ronald Reagan did too.

And people think Trump should have access to the nuclear codes?

Sunday, November 22, 2015

Question for Sarah and Todd 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, November 21, 2015

I have to admit I love me some Aaron Rodgers, especially after this comment


How does President Obama see himself on the job? Like Aaron Rodgers in the pocket with defenders trying to knock him down.

In an interview with GQ Magazine, Obama compared himself to the Green Bay Packers quarterback.

"In the sense of you can't be distracted by what's around you, you've got to be looking downfield," Obama told interviewer Bill Simmons. "And I think that's a quality that I have -- not getting flustered in what's around me. So there was never a point, even early on -- even in the first six months, where we weren't sure whether we were going to dip into another Great Depression, we weren't sure whether the steps we were taking on rescuing the auto industry or stabilizing the financial system were going to work -- there weren't moments where I thought, 'Sheesh, feels like we're in over our head.'"

To be sure, the interview was conducted on Oct. 5 -- well before the Packers and Rodgers lost three straight games.

But it wasn't the first time Obama has talked glowingly about Rodgers. When the Packers visited the White House after their Super Bowl XLV win, they presented Obama, a noted Chicago Bears fan, with an honorary share of Packers stock, to which Obama replied: "If I'm a part owner, what I'm thinking is we should initiate a trade to send Rodgers down to the Bears. What do you think?"

Rodgers, who appeared on the injury report this week with a sore right shoulder, said Wednesday he was flattered by Obama's comparison.

"Well, I know that's probably tough for him because he's a big Bear fan; I appreciate that," Rodgers said Wednesday. "He has a lot more responsibility, I think, than I do, and a tough job to do. I appreciate the comment. That's the highest form of respect that I can get from him, so I really appreciate that, especially being a Bear fan."

The post-Super Bowl visit to the White House was actually Rodgers' second encounter with Obama. He first met him in 2010, when the Packers played at the Redskins, and he and some teammates toured the White House.

"It was the receivers and myself," Rodgers said. "We were kind of taking a little tour and they got us behind in, like, a separate room, and a bunch of SUVs pulled up and he walked out. Everybody got a little nervous and quiet, and he was great. He's very personable. He's easy to talk to if you can get over the initial shock of shaking the president's hand, you can try and begin to have a conversation. That was the goal for all of us."

As a Vikings fan it is my beholden duty to hate the Packers but I always had this soft spot for Aaron Rodgers, and it has grown since he praised the President.

If Bristol conceived on Valentine's Day of this year then today is her due date

I went to and added 40 weeks to Feb 14, 2015.

Friday, November 20, 2015

Sarah and Bristol Palin's friend Josh Duggar is getting sued!

From Jezebel

Adult film actress Danica Dillon is suing Josh Duggar, the most reliable sexual deviant from 19 Kids and Counting, for physical and emotional injuries sustained on the two occasions that the pair allegedly engaged in consensual sex.

US Weekly reports:

According to the court documents, which she filed on Tuesday, Nov. 17, Dillon claims that Duggar, 27, “assaulted her to the point of causing her physical and emotional injuries” on the two occasions that she said the pair had consensual sex.

Dillon alleges that the reality personality first approached her at a Philadelphia strip club back in March, where he paid her approximately $600 for lap dances. Afterward, Dillon claims in the documents, he invited her back to his hotel room, where she agreed to have sex with him for $1,500.

Things reportedly went awry, however, because Dillon alleges that Duggar “manhandled” her to the point that she “felt as if she were being raped.”
Dillon alleges that Duggar sought her out a month later to apologize, leading to more consensual sex that then got frighteningly rough. She is suing Duggar for $500,000, citing “emotional and physical suffering.”

Remember Josh the 9th commandment, you can find it in Leviticus 19:11 thou shall not lie while on the stand.

I am so looking forward to this.  Can't wait to see Josh on the stand answering questions about his sex life.

Jesus hates guns!

From Sarah's Fecebook page


Taking concrete defense measures (ie. arming ourselves) away from the good guys? Yeah... that... we don't want that. As this hilarious parody says, " will really suck when only the bad guys have guns."


Shoot, even the Lord said to take up arms and defend yourself and protect the innocent! We're expected to take responsibility to defend ourselves and to protect the innocent, certainly not relying on fallible leaders to do it for us.

Don't believe me? Look it up! Luke 22:36. I wrote about it in ‪#‎sweetfreedom‬. 

Proof, Jesus is a proponent of carrying!
-Sarah Palin


Sarah Jesus said love your enemy, forgive your trespassers, and turn the other check.  Also he said sword, not gun.

And BTW I can see your wig line in that picture.

Thursday, November 19, 2015

NFL week 11 picks

Week 11: November 18 - November 24

Tennessee at Jacksonville 8:25 PM EverBank Field

Oakland at Detroit 1:00 PM CBS Ford Field
Indianapolis at Atlanta 1:00 PM CBS Georgia Dome
NY Jets at Houston 1:00 PM CBS NRG Stadium
Tampa Bay at Philadelphia 1:00 PM FOX Lincoln Financial Field
Denver at Chicago 1:00 PM CBS Soldier Field
Green Bay at Minnesota 1:00 PM FOX TCF Bank Stadium
St. Louis at Baltimore 1:00 PM FOX M&T Bank Stadium
Dallas at Miami 1:00 PM FOX Sun Life Stadium
Washington at Carolina 1:00 PM FOX Bank of America Stadium
Cincinnati at Arizona 4:05 PM CBS U of Phoenix Stadium
San Francisco at Seattle 4:25 PM FOX CenturyLink Field
Kansas City at San Diego 8:30 PM NBC Qualcomm Stadium

Buffalo at New England 8:30 PM Buy on StubHub Gillette Stadium

·Bye: Cleveland, New Orleans, NY Giants, Pittsburgh

Sarah Palin Barack Obama doesn't need your sympathy

First she says she almost feels sorry for President Obama then attacks him over his Syria remarks.

I admit I am still very hesitant about letting the refugees in this country.  Orphans I would not have a problem with but adults it's very hard to thoroughly screen them.

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Sarah Palin has started her book tour, any bets when she will quit?

From Sarah's Fecebook page:

Chatting w/A.J Calloway about ‪#‎SweetFreedom‬ - it's EXTRA's most unique studio that's actually inside a store in the heart of Times Square; my "entourage" 😉 (Willow & fantastic sister Molly!) got to escape "assistants'"chores & had more fun shopping there while I worked...
the interview runs tonight on EXTRA & I thank them for their interest in Sweet Freedom!

Here is Sarah pretending to like a black guy.  Is he Cletus's daddy?

Boy Willow sure gets a lot of time off from her "job" doesn't she?  Does she work for Dr Cusak too?

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

The right wing grinches are ruining Christmas again

Just looking at those two ruins Christmas for me

From Sarah's Fecebook page

You know I'm passionate about protecting the heart of Christmas! And these next couple of months really can be "The Most Wonderful Time of the Year!"

Funny, though, how some grinches on the Left take things too far in attempts to make all us jolly revelers look ridiculous, lumping us in the same box concerning misplaced outrage over a coffee cup's non-controversy.

My daughters spent many summers employed as hardworking baristas; I love their take on faux concern over Starbucks red Christmas cup and why you should enjoy your festive cuppa'joe anyway!…/as-a-former-barista-why-you-shou…/…

And Donald Trump has to take the non Starbucks scandal and run with it:

"I have one of the most successful Starbucks, in Trump Tower. Maybe we should boycott Starbucks? I don't know. Seriously, I don't care. That's the end of that lease, but who cares?" Trump told a crowd in Springfield, Illinois, on Monday. "If I become president, we're all going to be saying Merry Christmas again, that I can tell you. That I can tell you."

If Donald Trump is God then I have have oceanfront property in Nebraska to sell you.

I could care less what Starbucks does with their coffee cups.  I don't drink coffee because I don't like it.

Monday, November 16, 2015

Where did Willow Palin get the money to go to Hawaii?

From Willow's Pikore account

November 10, 2015 12:15am

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Willow went to Cabo San Lucas earlier this year.  Most middle class Americans working as hairdressers don't go to exotic places like Hawaii and Cabo in less than a year.  Did Sarah Pac pay for this?

Monday Meme

Sunday, November 15, 2015

Sarah Palin finally acknowledges Cletus the Fetus by throwing her under the bus

From Huffington Post

Palin also talked about her daughter Bristol, who announced she was pregnant with her second child shortly after calling off her planned wedding to Medal of Honor recipient Dakota Meyer in May.

"That was a bit of a climactic, 'oh doggone, what happened there' issue," Palin said. "The cool thing about putting your faith in God is, he certainly is a God of second chances, and third, and fourth and fifth chances. ... I screw up all the time." 

2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th chances, is that the number of pregnancies Bristol has had?

Cletus the Fetus

I'm not sure if she was pregnant with Joey Junker's baby in 2011/12 so I left that one out.  And how nice of her to call Cletus a screw up.

The pic above is of her and her nephew Payton (Molly's son):

With my favorite standup comedian (and favorite nephew-living-in-NYC!); checking up on Payton & sharing the love because he's one of those hard working young Americans - two jobs - independent- faith-filled fun guy actually pursuing his dream. Performing tomorrow at Pioneers, visiting SNL again tonight with me, and spending daytimes serving all these tourists (like us) and locals at the sweetest shop in the Big Apple... it's Serendipity.

So does Sarah think having a nephew doing standup in NYC will get her a spot on SNL again?  What a tool.

BTW Payton was on record saying his former stepdad Mike Wooten is a decent guy.

Saturday, November 14, 2015


My thoughts and prayers go out to the good people in France as they have had to endure another terrorist attack  this year.  May they begin the healing process and President Hollande will be able to purge the filth and scum that is ISIS out of his homeland.

Of course Sarah Big Mouth had to post an unsincere message on her Fecebook, apparently she forgot about Charlie Hedbo in January.

Prayers for Paris at this time of unprecedented attacks. Following Philippians 4:7, ask for the peace of God which transcends all our understanding.

I know I'm gonna take a lot of flack for this but I don't care. I hope President Obama reconsiders letting 10,000 refugees into this country. We have no idea if those refugees are really from ISIS and no amount of background checking can confirm that. I've read about how those refugees have been a nuisance in Denmark and Germany, when they arrived they got on trains and refused to get off, were very demanding, and were rude. If they want to live in Germany, Denmark etc fine but at least be respectful to the other citizens who were born, raised, and lived there their entire lives and quit demanding everyone kowtow to them.

The safety of the people who are already living in the United States should come first.

A good read on the "death panels" movement

From Minneapolis Star Tribune

Thankfully, the nation has moved on from the reckless “death panel” rhetoric that could have derailed a compassionate new policy that would help millions of patients do end-of-life planning before a medical crisis strikes.

On Oct. 30, the federal agency overseeing Medicare finalized a policy that will pay medical providers to advise patients on advance-care planning. The change starts in January and covers the 49 million Americans enrolled in Medicare, the popular health insurance program for those age 65 and up. Both current Medicare beneficiaries and those entering the program will be eligible.

Regrettably, this sensible initiative is years in the making. In 2009, former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin made death panels a national buzzword, wielding it so effectively that officials eventually backed off including payments in the 2010 Affordable Care Act. Palin’s wrongheaded crusade continued in the years since, with her Facebook page warning recently that physicians would be “coerced to provide answers to the death panel of the fed.”

Despite Palin’s warning, the new policy is voluntary. Neither patients nor physicians are forced to plan ahead for medical care in their final days. But patients should take advantage of the new opportunity to do so. By paying physicians for this service, Medicare officials have given providers stronger incentive to thoughtfully walk through the options with patients rather than rushing on to their next appointment.

It’s hard to imagine a better time or place than an exam room to have a meaningful conversation about end-of-life medical care. Patients should be able to make their preferences known before they’re too ill to do so. Having a medical provider’s expertise also ensures that decisions are based on complete and accurate information.

The new payment policy is a strong step toward improving end-of-life care, though there is still work to be done. In particular, training for medical providers needs strengthening. With the “death panel” nonsense mostly silenced, further improvements should come more easily.

So Sarah Palin was wrong, no one has died from death panel decisions.  Trig and her parents are still alive.  But you will never hear an apology from her about it.

Friday, November 13, 2015

One philanderer who is married to a philanderer defends a possible philanderer

From Sarah's Fecebook

"... a conservative victory in 2016 will leave the (Left) weaker than anytime since the immediate aftermath of the Civil War. And if that defeat comes at the hands of a black Christian conservative, the consequences would be catastrophic for the entire identity-politics enterprise."

"... there is a difference between scandal and slander. So far there is no Carson scandal, and everyone who uses the “reporting” of the last week to justify accusations of dishonesty is verging on slander. Carson’s reputation is intact. And, ironically, so is the media’s. They behaved exactly as conservatives expect."…/ben-carson-media-attacks-ho…

Birds of a feather flock together.  While it hasn't been proven that Ben has cheated on Candy Carson, get a load of this:

Presidential candidate and Holocaust comic Ben Carson held a gonzo press conference on Friday to answer questions about his alleged full scholarship to West Point (and perhaps get people to believe he might actually stab a fool), and while most of the focus on that presser has been on Carson’s uncharacteristic anger, there was something else that piqued my interest. Aside from his newly-disclaimed description of meeting General William Westmoreland, Carson weirdly foreshadowed the media’s next quest for dirt on him (emphasis mine):

“There’s gotta be some scandal, there’s gotta be some nurse he’s having an affair with, there’s gotta be something. They are getting desperate. So, next week, it’ll be my kindergarten teacher who said I peed in my pants.”

The “peed in my pants” line was good for a laugh, but it was that nurse line that caught my attention because I thought to myself that if this had been any other candidate, I’d have thought it sounded like getting out ahead of something. Picture Bill Clinton saying at a press conference “Next thing you know, they’ll be saying I’m getting blown by an intern in the Oval Office, HAHAHA!”

But say what you will about Ben Carson, it’s extremely difficult to picture him as an unrepentant snatchhound, maybe even more so than a knife-fighting berserker with hammers for hands.

As it happens, though, I was also researching videos for my epic slideshow of weird Ben Carson pronouncements, and I ran across a clip that’s on point with this issue. At a commencement speech in 2003, Carson told the crowd that he had been sued for paternity by a Florida woman who claimed to have given birth to his love child:

A few years ago I was in the operating room, and I got a phone call from one of the Hopkins attorneys, and they said that the state pf Florida was trying to attach my wages for child support. And I said “Well, I have three children, and I support them very well.”

They said “No, there’s a lady in Florida who claims that you are the father of her son. And she has provided evidence of same. She told where you went to high school, where you went to college, where you went to medical school, where you did your internship and residency, how you went to Australia after that, she even has a picture of you in scrubs.”

Well, you know, all that is public knowledge, so how are they going to pursue that on the basis of public knowledge? But they were going to do it, I had to get my attorney involved, and it escalated. 

And finally, they said “Well, we can resolve all of this if you send us some of your blood, and we can do DNA testing. And I said “Wait a minute, you people, as incompetent as you are, want me to send you a specimen of my blood?”

I said “The next thing I know, it will be in a murder scene, and I’ll be in prison for the rest of my life,” I said “There’s no way you’re getting my blood.”

So, you know, it continued to escalate, but you know, eventually it died. And the reason it died is because I stood boldly, I never caved. But there was a reason that I never caved. Because I knew that in my entire life, the only woman I had ever slept with was my wife.

Lots of holes in Ben's story there.  If you were being sued for paternity, you would be subpoenaed by the court to come in for a DNA test.  you would not get a phone call while you are performing surgery.

More from Mediate:

According to the Florida Department of Revenue, there are a few holes in Carson’s story. According to their spokesperson, the state would not have contacted an employer based solely on a claim of paternity. “Wage attachment (income withholding) must be based on an income deduction order issued by a court or administrative tribunal. Before an income deduction order is issued, paternity must be established, if needed, and a support order established,” said the spokesperson in an email to Mediaite. Dr. Carson claims he learned of the claim through Johns Hopkins’ attorneys.

This could be an admission of adultery here.  Why would Ben tell this story?  

Thursday, November 12, 2015

NFL week 10 picks

Week 10: November 11 - November 17

Buffalo at NY Jets 8:25 PM NFL 4,771 MetLife Stadium

Detroit at Green Bay 1:00 PM FOX Lambeau Field
Dallas at Tampa Bay 1:00 PM FOX Raymond James Stadium
Carolina at Tennessee 1:00 PM FOX LP Field
Chicago at St. Louis 1:00 PM FOX Edward Jones Dome
New Orleans at Washington 1:00 PM FOX FedEx Field
Miami at Philadelphia 1:00 PM CBS Lincoln Financial Field
Cleveland at Pittsburgh 1:00 PM CBS Heinz Field
Jacksonville at Baltimore 1:00 PM CBS M&T Bank Stadium
Minnesota at Oakland 4:05 PM FOX Coliseum
New England at NY Giants 4:25 PM CBS MetLife Stadium
Kansas City at Denver 4:25 PM CBS Sports Authority Field at Mile High
Arizona at Seattle 8:30 PM NBC CenturyLink Field

Houston at Cincinnati 8:30 PM Buy on StubHub Paul Brown Stadium
·Bye: Atlanta, Indianapolis, San Diego, San Francisco

Last weeks record 9-4

Season to date 82-54

It's pretty sad when you have to pay someone to give you a compliment

From Sarah's Fecebook page

I greatly appreciate a respected media leader, Newsmax, acknowledging the importance of acting on our Founders' commitment to protecting innocent Americans' God-given right to LIFE, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, no matter their age. And to even be mentioned in the same breath as many of our culture warriors on this list - I mean Phyllis Schaffly and reps from Concerned Women for America and Susan B. Anthony List? I'm not worthy - but it's the kind of a humbling experience that strengthens resolve to making my life's work useful to the cause of helping save America. Our nation's majority understands respect for life, and I'm sure I speak for others here when I say we're more committed than ever to working on their behalf to open the eyes and hearts of any in a lost culture who were led to believe it's somehow conscionable, profitable and even celebratory to kill a child for convenience. By the grace of God, we won't let you down.

--Sarah Palin

Recently Sarah went on Newsmax to give "commentary" on the most recent Republican debate.  I'm sure this Newsmax's way of paying her.

For starters Sarah is not humble.  "Don't you know who I am" she shrieked at Thonghazi.

And what has she done for the pro life movement besides charging exorbitant speaking fees and pretend to give birth to a Down Syndrome child?  Nothing.

If Sarah was really concerned about being pro-life, she would have gotten Trig therapy the second he was born and not slamming Planned Parenthood for preventing millions of unplanned pregnancies.    That is pro-life!

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Tuesday's Trump Dump

From Mediate

I have to admit I called Dumbya a Nazi during his regime but I wasn't running for president either.  No wonder The Donald is dropping in the polls.

Are Sarah and Bristol gonna give Dakota Meyer a shout out today?

Today is the 240th anniversary of the day the US Marine Corps was found.  Dakota Meyer is a former Marine.  Are Sarah and Bristol going to give him a shout out even though he dropped Bristol's slutty ass.

Monday, November 9, 2015

If Sarah Palin knew anything about oil why isn't she working for an oil company?

As you all know President Obama killed the Keystone Pipeline project, which is a good thing as it would have only produced 35 permanent jobs, damaged the environment, and only benefited the Koch brothers.

But of course Sarah had to voice her disapproval and talk about a subject she doesn't know jack shit about:


President Obama is stoked to kill the Keystone Pipeline to transport needed clean, safe, friendly energy to hungry markets. This dumps his promise of "working toward energy independence" and his supposed support for an "all of the above energy plan" into the crapper. Be prepared for actions like this in his final months in office - the expeditious transformation of America via nonsensical acts such as this, for it will be attempts at a rapid decline until and unless this Administration's equal branch of government - our elected legislative branch - doesn't start fighting back to protect America's economic opportunities leading to security and solvency. Step it up, politicians. Concerned voters - you, too. Remember, we can survive this President and his baffling blunders, but can we survive the people who voted for him - twice - and still believe he walks on water?
- Sarah Palin…/clinton-calls-for-exxon-probe-afte…/

I voted for President Obama twice and would vote for him for a third term if there were not term limits.  Sarah isn't really afraid of President Obama, she is more afraid of the voters who see through the Republican's bullshit.

And if Sarah is really an oil expert, why hasn't Exxon and BP hired her on?

Monday Meme

Sunday, November 8, 2015

Stick a fork in Ben Carson, he is done!

From Think Progress

In an angry press conference on Friday, Republican presidential frontrunner Ben Carson attempted to defend himself against news reports that he has misrepresented his past, including claims that he had been offered a full scholarship to West Point, by accusing the press of not sufficiently examining a series of conspiracy theories about President Barack Obama.

“I do not remember this level of scrutiny for one President Barack Obama when he was running,” Carson observed. “In fact I remember just the opposite. I remember people saying, ‘Oh we won’t really talk about that. We won’t talk about that relationship. Well, Frank Marshall Davis, well, we don’t want to talk about that. Bernardine Dohrn, Bill Ayers, well we don’t really know him. All the things that Jeremiah Wright was saying, oh, not a big problem.”

Carson then called into question Obama’s educational achievements, repeating a widely debunked theory that Obama’s educational records are being kept secret by some sort of court order.
“[Obama] goes to Occidental College, doesn’t do all that well, and somehow ends up at Columbia University,” Carson asserted. “Well… his records are sealed. Why is his record sealed? What are you not interested in why his records are sealed? Why are you not interested in that? Let me ask you that. Can someone tell me why, please?” He then demanded to know “how there is equivalency [sic] there” between “something that happened with the words ‘a scholarship was offered’ was a big deal, but the president of the United States, his academic records being sealed, is not.”
Obama’s relationships with people like Ayers and Wright were, in fact, widely scrutinized in the 2008 campaign.

After Fox News hosts like Sean Hannity repeatedly raised questions about the former Weather Underground members, George Stephanopoulos asked then-Senator Obama directly about his relationship with Ayers during an April 16, 2008 debate. Obama responded that Ayers is now “a guy who lives in my neighborhood, who’s a professor of English in Chicago,” and that “the notion that somehow as a consequence of me knowing somebody who engaged in detestable acts 40 years ago, when I was 8 years old, somehow reflects on me and my values doesn’t make much sense, George.” Still, GOP vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin attacked him for “palling around with terrorists” in the final weeks of the general election.

The Washington Post’s examination of Obama’s relationship with Davis, an activist and purported member of the Communist Party who died in 1987, noted that their last known interaction was when the future president was a college freshman. Reverend Wright, Obama’s controversial former pastor, continues to be a focus of right-wing media interest to this day. Obama and his top 2008 primary opponent each denounced Wright for his inflamatory comments, garnering widespread national media coverage.

Were Carson familiar with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, he would know that federal law protects the privacy of all students’ educational records and that his own educational records would also be protected, only to be released to the public if he opted to do so.
But Carson has made it clear that he believes knowledge of public policy is not essential to be president. “There are a lot of policies that I lack knowledge on,” he told reporters during a book signing on Thursday. “I’m gaining knowledge. But I don’t by any stretch of the imagination confess to knowing everything. That’s the reason you have advisers. … It’s a false narrative that you have to know everything.”

Ben's lies are almost criminal, lying about an offer to get into a service academy.  It's against the law to even impersonate military personnel and lie about your military record.  That and lying about your youthful indiscretions should disqualify him from office.  But as typical with the Republican party, the more lies you tell the more popular you are.

If Ben will lie about West Point like Sarah Palin lied about giving birth to Trig, he will lie about everything!

Dear Sarah Palin, Bill Clinton was the first dude long before Todd was

From Sarah's Fecebook page

Dear Funny, Original Hillary Speechwriters: hate to tell ya, but the title "First Dude" has been taken for sometime now. I'm sure there are other names that Americans can suggest, though. 
- Sarah…/I-d-call-Dude-Hillary-Clinton-…

Sarah also posts the picture below:

Yes it is a proven fact Bill is a cad but women find him much more desirable.  Who would you rather sleep with, a former President of the United States or the former "first dude" of Bum Fuck Alaska?  I would pick the POTUS in a heartbeat.

BTW where is Todd?  Bristol posted this picture on her instagram account the other day saying they were having Turkey day at his shop again but you really can't trust what comes out of a Palin's mouth.

Saturday, November 7, 2015

Sorry George but you should have said this years ago

From the NY Times

Former President George Bush’s unusually sharp indictment of his son’s presidential advisers touched off a round of recriminations on Thursday that exposed rifts within America’s leading political dynasty and complicated its efforts to recapture the White House.

Mr. Bush’s assertion in a new biography that Vice President Dick Cheney and Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld undercut George W. Bush’s presidency rattled the extended Bush political world, and forced the second Bush son now seeking the presidency, Jeb, to straddle an awkward line between family and politics.

At 91 and in the twilight of a long and storied public life, the first President Bush evidently felt free to express views he had long suppressed in the interest of family harmony. Mr. Cheney, he said, was “very hard-line” and too eager to “use force to get our way”; Mr. Rumsfeld was an “arrogant fellow” full of “swagger.” He used the same phrase, “iron-ass,” to describe both men.

The comments, included in Jon Meacham’s “Destiny and Power: The American Odyssey of George Herbert Walker Bush,” to be published by Random House next week, drew a biting retort from Mr. Rumsfeld on Thursday. “Bush 41 is getting up in years and misjudges Bush 43, who I found made his own decisions,” Mr. Rumsfeld said in a statement.

The father’s comments also prompted the son to come to his advisers’ defense. “I am proud to have served with Dick Cheney and Don Rumsfeld,” said George W. Bush. “Dick Cheney did a superb job as vice president and I was fortunate to have him by my side throughout my presidency. Don Rumsfeld ably led the Pentagon and was an effective secretary of defense.”

But no one was put in a more uncomfortable position than Jeb Bush, who has labored to define his own identity separate from his famous father and brother while mounting his own campaign for the White House this year. Once again he was compelled on Thursday to talk about his family rather than his own plans for the country. On the campaign trail, he suggested his father was trying to find a way to take the heat off George W. Bush by faulting advisers for troubles in his administration.

“My brother is a big boy,” Jeb Bush told NBC News. “His administration was shaped by his thinking, his reaction to the attack on 9/11. I think my dad, like a lot of people that love George, want to try to create a different narrative, perhaps, just because that’s natural to do.”

Jeb Bush said that Mr. Cheney “served my brother well as vice president and he served my dad extraordinarily well as secretary of defense.” He added, “We have to get beyond, I think, this feeling that somehow 1991 is the same as 2001.”

The seemingly divergent messages from different corners of the Bush family represented the latest chapter in a long-running and at times operatic drama. For years, the relationship between the two Bush presidents has captivated the nation, generating endless speculation, articles, books, television reports and even a big-screen movie — “W.” — that starred Josh Brolin and was directed by Oliver Stone.

Caught in the middle now is the next son, who is trying to accomplish what no family has done in American history with a third Bush administration.

Those who have worked for either of the two presidents strongly testify to their deep love and scoff at what they call overwrought Oedipal theories of rivalry and resentment. Just last year, George W. Bush published his own biography of his father, venerating him in loving terms. The elder George Bush has often bristled at criticism of his son. Both men hate being “put on the couch,” to use a phrase each one employs.

Yet few who know them well would assert that they see the world exactly the same way. The younger, brasher and more conservative George W. Bush has made clear that he shaped some of his policies in the White House based on the lessons of what he saw as his father’s mistakes. Friends of the older, more genteel and moderate President Bush have often said he was deeply uncomfortable with the more hawkish elements of his son’s administration.

In the new book, the first President Bush expresses his love and support for his son and sticks by his decisions to go to war in Iraq and remove Saddam Hussein from power. But he gently chides his son for “hot rhetoric” like his “axis of evil” speech, and says that the real responsibility for the way Mr. Cheney and Mr. Rumsfeld operated belonged to the president. “The buck stops there,” he said.

What was so surprising about the comments was not their sentiment, but rather that the older Mr. Bush would express them in public. When Mr. Meacham went back to show him a transcript of his remarks and ask if he wanted to clarify, the ex-president took none of it back. “That’s what I said,” he told Mr. Meacham.

The remarks reflect a long history with both Mr. Cheney and Mr. Rumsfeld. The elder Mr. Bush and Mr. Rumsfeld were rivals going back to the 1970s, and although Mr. Cheney served as his defense secretary, Mr. Bush told Mr. Meacham that Mr. Cheney had changed as vice president.

Speaking with Fox News on Thursday, Mr. Cheney took the comments in stride, saying he viewed “iron-ass” as a compliment.

“I took it as a mark of pride,” he said. Given the devastating losses on Sept. 11, 2001, he said many would agree that “I was aggressive in defending, in carrying out what I thought were the right policies.”

Having never written a true memoir of his own, Mr. Bush effectively decided to use Mr. Meacham’s book as a last chance to make his case for history.

The elder Mr. Bush opened up to Mr. Meacham in a series of interviews from 2006 to 2015 in which he spoke more candidly than many politicians would. He described his youth, when he “lusted” after pretty girls, including a couple who “had nice racks.” He also mused about his friend Bill Clinton’s marriage. “I don’t feel close to Hillary at all,” Mr. Bush said, “but I do to Bill and I can’t read their relationship even today.”

Like so many former presidents, he measured himself against the 42 other men who have held his office. “I feel like an asterisk,” he told Mr. Meacham wistfully one day at the family’s cliffside house in Kennebunkport, Me.

“I am lost between the glory of Reagan — monuments everywhere, trumpets, the great hero — and the trials and tribulations of my sons,” Mr. Bush reflected on another day in Houston, where he also has a home.

On still another occasion, he fretted about the judgment of historians. “What if they just find an empty deck of cards?” he asked.

Diaries that Mr. Bush gave to Mr. Meacham opened a contemporaneous window into his time in office. Even in private, Mr. Bush seemed determined through the first war with Iraq in 1991, but afterward fell into an emotional despondency, a “letdown,” once he was no longer at the center of a profound mission. He considered not running for a second term.

“I’m not in a good frame of mind now,” he dictated into his diary shortly after American troops vanquished Iraqi forces and expelled them from Kuwait. “My whole point is, I really don’t care and that’s bad — that’s bad. But I’ll get in there and try.”

For a president who lost re-election in 1992 after being perceived as out of touch, Mr. Bush sensed his political doom even when he was at the peak of his postwar popularity.

“The common wisdom today is that I’ll win in a runaway, but I don’t believe that,” he dictated in March 1991 as he returned on Air Force One from a rally with troops. “I think it’s going to be the economy” that “will make that determination. I think I can talk proudly about what happened in Desert Storm, but I think it will be overshadowed in the fall of ’92 by other issues.”

On that, at least, he proved prescient.

I have said this before but I will say it again, the evilness in the Bush family started with Prescott Bush who passed it on to his son George Sr.   But it was George Bush Sr who started World War III by invading Barbara Pierce and not pulling out in 1945.

I don't know if this is a political move to distance himself from Dumbya to help Jeb.  Jeb was always the favorite son.

Sarah Palin tries to jump on the new governor of Kentucky's bandwagon

From Sarah's Fecebook page

Congratulations Kentucky! You've elected a strong conservative team to lead the Bluegrass State - and as Rush Limbaugh just said your newly elected public servants ran as unabashed Christian conservatives, proving again like-minded patriots are winning "everywhere but Washington DC." Joining Gov-elect Matt Bevin now is Lt. Gov-elect Jenean Hampton, with such an inspiring life story (including the part about her loving the Tea Party movement!). This retired veteran said, "Sometimes you're screaming at the TV, you see things that need to be improved, and you're screaming that someone needs do something, well sometimes that someone is you!" Amen, Jenean! We need more like you. Congratulations Matt Bevin and Jenean Hampton... and Kentucky.

Matt is your typical Teabagging asshole.  His victory may have been rigged as well.

That's exactly what happened in Kentucky on Tuesday, where Democratic Attorney General Jack Conway was leading by a fair margin (about 3 to 5 points) in almost every pre-election poll in his race for Governor, but then ended up being announced as the loser to 'Tea Party' Republican candidate Matt Bevin by a landslide (almost 9 points) --- according to the state's 100% unverified computer tabulation systems.

Sarah kissing Matt's ass and giving him SarahPac funds isn't going to get you a job in his administration anymore than it would get you a position in Donald Trump's.

Friday, November 6, 2015

This is why I love President Obama so much!

Thanks to President Obama the pipeline will not rip right through the United States, saving the land, lives, and the environment.

History will judge this gentleman warmly.  Whoever succeeds him in office will have a tough act to follow, of course if it is a Republican he will undo all the good that President Obama has done.

So in 2016, for the love of God, VOTE!

And fuck you David and Charles Koch!

Of course Sarah Palin would support a lazy ass

From Sarah's Fecebook page

This is why we respect this guy... his guts and gumption in expressing what many Americans recognize as a foundational problem resulting in an insolvent, less sovereign nation - and his commitment to taking action.

I appreciate him taking responsibility " blow the whistle on these problems so Americans are aware of them."

Thank you, Senator Ben Sasse.

Ben and Sarah the reason Americans hate you so much is because you sit on your ass and refuse to do your job and still get paid for it.  Ben do us all a favor and fuck off.

Thursday, November 5, 2015

NFL week 9 picks

Week 9: November 4 - November 10
Cleveland at Cincinnati 8:25 PM NFL Paul Brown Stadium
Green Bay at Carolina 1:00 PM FOX Bank of America Stadium
Washington at New England 1:00 PM FOX Gillette Stadium
Tennessee at New Orleans 1:00 PM CBS Mercedes-Benz Superdome
Miami at Buffalo 1:00 PM CBS Ralph Wilson Stadium
St. Louis at Minnesota 1:00 PM FOX TCF Bank Stadium
Jacksonville at NY Jets 1:00 PM CBS MetLife Stadium
Oakland at Pittsburgh 1:00 PM CBS Heinz Field
NY Giants at Tampa Bay 4:05 PM FOX Raymond James Stadium
Atlanta at San Francisco 4:05 PM FOX Levi's Stadium
Denver at Indianapolis 4:25 PM CBS Lucas Oil Stadium
Philadelphia at Dallas 8:30 PM NBC AT&T Stadium

Chicago at San Diego 8:30 PM Qualcomm Stadium
·Bye: Detroit, Kansas City, Arizona, Seattle, Baltimore, Houston

Last weeks record 9-5

Season to date 73-46

Bristol Palin throws her heritage under the bus

From Sarah's Fecebook

Dear Kylie Jenner,

I read that you dressed up as an “Eskimo” for Halloween.  Predictable, people freaked out, saying you were politically incorrect and — wait for it — offensive:

On Saturday, Jenner shared a video of herself decked out in her “Eskimo” costume that she wore to a party on Friday night. Never mind the fact that “Eskimo” is generally considered a slur, the Inuit and Alaska Natives are real people, not costumes. 

Well, as a person born and raised in Alaska (born on Alaska Day, no less) who is also part Yup’ik, let me say this.

I’m not offended!

In fact, I’m flattered that you think Eskimos looks this chic.

I think “cultural appropriation” Halloween guides are a joke, I think people need to lighten up, and I think you look great!

Bristol sucking up to Kylie Jenner will not get you a guest spot on Keeping up with the Kardasians.  They are so dumb they probably have never heard of you.

And nice job at throwing shade on your dad's family.

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

The Duggars are cancelled!

From Hollywood Reporter

A Canadian home schooling convention has dropped 19 Kids and Counting stars Jim Bob Duggar and Michelle Duggar as speakers after a membership uproar over their son's molestation scandal.

The Duggars were booked two years ago by the Alberta Home School Association for its April 2016 convention, but on Sunday the group canceled the Duggars' appearance, bowing to pressure.

"Although early feedback from our members this summer was supportive of having the Duggars come here, recent feedback from our own members points out that their appearance here would not be in the best interests of home educators," AHEA president Paul van den Bosch said in a statement.

TLC's 19 Kids and Counting, which first went to air in 2008, was earlier this year canceled after Josh Duggar, the Duggars' eldest son, admitted to sexually molesting several underage girls 12 years ago, including his sisters. Sisters Jill and Jessa Duggar are returning to TLC with a three-part special, Jill and Jessa: Counting On, as they chronicle how they are moving on from their family's molestation scandal. 

"As we have learned, child abuse can happen in any home and is never 'old news'," van den Bosch added. The Alberta homeschoolers will hear a session at their convention on preventing child abuse by Chris Butler of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, entitled "Protecting the Gift."

All I can say is...Excellent!

Unfortunately Jill and Jessa's "documentary" will air as scheduled tonight.

Bristol you are not fooling anyone

Bristol you are not 32 weeks pregnant.  That picture could have been taken at anytime

Tuesday, November 3, 2015

It's that time of year again, 2015 Turkey Award Nominations!


Tom Brady

Roger Goodell

Greg Hardy

Lamar Odom


The Duggar family (roll Josh, Jim Bob, and Michelle into one)

Bill Cosby

Jared Fogel

Bristol Palin

Dakota Meyer

Johnny Manziel


Donald Trump

Jeb Bush

Ben Carson

Ted Cruz

Dennis Hastert


Walter Palmer (Cecil's killer)

Dylan Roof (South Carolina church shooter)

Jasper Adams (Oregon shooter)

Ben Fields aka Officer Slam

Rachel Dolezal

There are polls at the bottom of the blog page.  Voting is until Nov 19.

Monday, November 2, 2015

Only on Facebook can we witness a major nervous breakdown

From Sarah's Fecebook page

John Nolte - we need to thank God you're there, calling out unethical reporters.

NBC - you need to fire your unethical reporter, John Harwood.

John Harwood - you need to act before you get fired. You lie. Don't be a weasel. Just resign.

GOP Establishment- you need to cure your shrinkage away from holding the left accountable. 

Obviously leftist lapdogs in the media lie about conservatives. You too often cowardly refuse to defend the mainstream media's target, choosing instead to slyly witness the conservative's record and reputation get pummeled. C'mon, GOP leaders. YOU MUST DO BETTER. We've got our hands full with things like the destructive, burgeoning $18 trillion U.S. debt receiving nary a yawn from old and new Republican machine operators. And, so tragically, with things like breathlessly gleeful media celebrations of the democrats' knighted nominee's "performance" at Benghazi hearings, as four grieving American families try to put one foot in front of the other in their never ending nightmare full of loss.

A picture says a thousand words about a heart for four dead Americans who sacrificed all in defense of our country:

I don't know what Hillary Clinton and Benghazi has to do with John Harwood but OK.  BTW John did "correct" himself something no one on Fuck News would ever do.

Then there is this gem:

Finally it occurs to folks this idiotic practice of "throwing GOP candidates to the wolves"? Yeah. I've been there. I'm beyond crying you a river... beyond EVER claiming "victim status"... but for y'alls edification, I sure don't remember all this GOP outrage and the establishment's conscience leading to rescue attempts at THAT time. It's sweet how life goes on anyway 😀

Watch even the first five minutes of Steve Bannon's "The Undefeated" to get a clue.

After having to sneak in my own personal phone calls to conservative media during the '08 campaign (as Sean Hannity and Alaska's own KWHL can attest) because the GOP machine chose instead to line up those liberal man-eater, out-of-context interviews (suspiciously, rarely were they aired live - always edited to fit the liberal reporters' narrative) well, it was obvious that some highly paid campaign consultants (STILL suckering candidates in to hire them today!) were as smart as a box of rocks. Check this out; and thank you, again, Steve Bannon for being THE one with the guts to hold these yahoos accountable:

GOP Takes Control of 2016 Primary Debates:…/2016-republican-presidential-primary-deb…/

More about "The Undefeated" here:…/…/B005FLSZNS

She is really getting desperate, trying to hawk that failure of a movie.  And I know she wrote this screed as she used the word "clue".  She told people to get a "clue" that Levi is a deadbeat dad which we all know isn't true.

Last but not least:…/cnbcs-sshow-epic-proportions-fu…/

CNBC's S***show of Epic Proportions: The Full Moderator Breakdown
If Republicans are to win the presidency in 2016, their main opponent will not be Hillary Clinton, but the media.

Whew!  That is a lot of crazy in three Fecebook posts.  I wonder if the reason for her meltdown is Bristol had her baby and the baby's pigment is a little dark.