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Saturday, February 28, 2015

The immaturity of Sarah and Todd Palin

As we all know by now Sarah Palin showed her mental age at the Saturday Night Live 40th gala.  Sadly this isn't the first time she has acted like a mean girl in public, take a look at the videos below:

Here Sarah attacks a teacher who was voicing her opinion, Todd also tries to intimidate the woman.

Todd harasses a citizen who tries to take a picture of her

Sarah downgrades Levi Johnston

Not only that Pepe Le Pew also tries to dress like a teenybopper and use fake tan spray:

Why WI Gov Scott Walker courting the rape vote

From Jezebel

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker's proposed budget—which would cut $300 million dollars out of the state's beloved public university system—has a non-fiscal bombshell tucked in between its insane pages.
Under Walker's budget, universities would no longer have to report the number of sexual assaults that take place on a campus to the Department of Justice. Under Walker's plan, university employees who witness a sexual assault would no longer have to report it.
There are no policy recommendations in Walker's budget how or what would replace these reporting mechanisms. The Governor simply instructs that they should be deleted.
For those of you who are unfamiliar with the bewildering force that is Scott Walker, know this: he is a small-time guy who is having a big-time moment by playing the conservative werewolf, a role Chris Christie and Jeb Bush are so far unwilling to play in their presidential bids.
As the election cycle drags on you will be able to tick off the boxes on Scott Walker's CONSERVATIVE STRONG MAN card. Count this as the first of many boxes.
Below is the text from the budget proposal to 'delete' the requirements.
Delete the requirement that the Board direct each institution and college campus to incorporate oral and written or electronic information on sexual assault in its orientation program for newly entering students and to supply all students enrolled in the institution or college campus with the same information in either printed or electronic form.
Delete the requirement that the Board of Regents submit an annual report to the Legislature regarding the methods used to comply with the above requirement.
Delete the requirement that any person employed at an institution who witnesses a sexual assault on campus or receives a report from a student enrolled in the institution that the student has been sexually assaulted report the assault to the dean of students. Delete the requirement that each institution report annually to the Department of Justice (DOJ) statistics on sexual assaults and on sexual assaults committed by acquaintances of the victims that occurred on the campus of that institution in the previous years, and that DOJ include those statistics in appropriate crime reports.

What a guy.  This alone should disqualify him from being POTUS.  Although he is already disqualified cuz he dropped out of college.

I would like to take a moment and remind everyone who was an early backer of Scott Walker:

Friday, February 27, 2015

Sarah's speech at CPAC

Admit it Sarah you don't give a shit about the soldiers.  And the soldiers don't give a shit about you.

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

What Sarah Pac has been paying for

Over Valentine's Day weekend Sarah, Todd, Bristol and her co workers went to Vegas.  I'm pretty sure Sarah went to see Sheldon Adelson during this junket.

The rightwingers are finally waking up though.

Monday, February 23, 2015

How is Amazing America doing in the ratings

I haven't been able to find any ratings for Pepe Le Pew's unreality show.  Are they so bad the Nielsen company and Sportsman Channel are too embarrassed to release them?

If anyone could find a link for me that would be great!

Monday Meme

Sunday, February 22, 2015

Question for Sarah and Todd Palin and a bonus question for Todd

Sarah why have you not released Trig's birth certificate?

Todd have you ever been with or hung out with hookers in Anchorage?

And Todd are you going to quit the Iron Dog again?

Saturday, February 21, 2015

Bristol Palin does a disservice to real rape victims and to herself

From Crazy Days and Nights

It is not often that someone manages to leave their hometown and then comes back a huge star and stays. Usually they come home for a week or two and then head off. Not in this case. This is an unusual case. Our star was never more than a celebrity. Not an actress or singer or anything that required actual talent. Despite all that she became an A list celebrity. For a minute or two she was a reality star. A quick couple of shows and then when the flame was bright called it a day and headed back home. She still has a name but just stays in the shadows counting her money and drinking her booze. Why did she go home? To be with her family? That is what the story for consumption is. The real story is more complicated. There was the excessive drug use followed by the embarrassing situation where she was living with two guys at once and they were not all just roommates. There was the partying. There was also the incident with the producer of another show who went a little too far on a date and sexually assaulted our celebrity. All of these things combined to leave her shaken and bruised and so she went home. At home she does not do much. A string of boyfriends that has gone through most of the single population of men in the town. So, most night she sits at home and drinks and then goes out and drinks and then comes home and drinks some more, often with a friend or two in tow or a new pickup or an old flame. This is how she has been for a year or two and right now it looks like she is going to be this way for a very long time.

Before I read the comments and the guesses, Bristol came to mind.  She has no talent, lived with the Massey brothers for a while, reality shows to her credit are Secret Life of the American teenager, Life's a Tripp, Sarah Palin's Alaska, and Wife Swap.  SPA and TAP were only one for one season, she was on Wife Swap briefly, and only one episode of American Teenager.  We all know she likes to party, look at her enjoygram page.  And I don't even have to bring up Thonghazi.

She broke up with Junker a longtime ago and was crying for a lumbersexual on Brancy's blog.  So the part of her going through every single man in Wasilla in the blind item is credible there.

If Bristol really was raped she has my sincere sympathy.  Even promiscuous people like Bristol Palin don't deserve rape.  However Bristol has no credibility as she perjured herself in the hacking trial.  She also accused Levi of rape only to backtrack on that story.  She also accused Korey Klingenmeyer of sexual assault which was bullshit as how could he have molested her in front of a crowd and no one backed her story?

When Bristol cries wolf so many times it makes it hard for real rape victims to be believed.  Right now I think Bristol hates herself and if she was raped, then other women should suffer like her.

I can't wait for the blind item reveal.

Friday, February 20, 2015

The ceremonial start for the Iron Dog is today in Anchorage

From Iron

The 2015 Iron Dog race weekend begins Friday, February 20, 2015 at Big Lake with the Trail Class departing for Nome. The Iron Dog weekend continues with an all-day series of events in downtown Anchorage on Saturday and Restart of the Pro Class at Big Lake on Sunday.

Other events complimenting the Pro Class start on 4th Avenue include a vintage snowmobile shine & show , Iron Pup kids parade, lots of great sponsors, giveaways, restaurants, coffee shops, Iron Dog merchandise and the Flying Iron freestyle show.

Friday, February 20, 2015: Flying Iron Freestyle Show

7:00 pm | The first Flying Iron freestyle show will kick off in downtown Anchorage.
A second show will follow the start of the Iron Dog in Anchorage at 2:30pm on Saturday, February 21, 2015.

Todd is competing this year with Tyler Huntington as Team 11.  The big question is, is Todd gonna quit again?

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Sarah Palin pimps out Greta Van Sucks report on human trafficking

From Sarah's Fecebook

This is pretty rich considering Pepe Le Pew is married to a pimp, charged rape victims for there rape kits, and ignored complaints about sexual assault in the Alaska National Guard while Worst Governor Ever.

I wanted to post this yesterday but didn't have time cuz I actually have a job, unlike Sarah Palin


From Varsity UK

It has been announced that Sarah Palin, the first woman to have been elected governor of Alaska and the first female Republican to be nominated for the Vice Presidency, will not be visiting the Union this term

In a statement issued this afternoon, the Union said: "We regret to announce that Sarah Palin will not be visiting the Cambridge Union during Lent Term 2015. She is unable to visit this term due to scheduling difficulties, but we are exploring potential future dates."

Sarah Palin, alongside Stephen Fry, Jon Snow and leader of feminist movement FEMEN Inna Shevchenko, featured as one of the main highlights in the Union termcard announced in January.

This development comes as the second high profile cancellation the Union has seen this term. Buz Aldrin, the second man to walk on the moon, was scheduled to visit the debating society and was included in the preview of its termcard shown to the press. However, it was later stated that he would not be coming to speak at the Union.

Thomas Hughes-Mclure, a second-year student at Trinity College, told Varsity he was "heartbroken".

"This is a heavy blow to an already dull line up, she was the only event I had any interest in attending this term", he continued.

This news comes as the Union continues to to try and promote its Bicentenary year, marking 200 years since the founding of the society.

Hmm, I don't think there were any scheduling difficulties cuz Sarah can't answer questions unless she has an index card with the answer written on it, hell she can't even spell cat even if you spotted her the C and the T.  For arguments sake let's discuss the possible conflicts:

Visit from CPS

Visit from the IRS

Visit from the FEC

Visit from the FBI

Visit from PETA 

Visit from the ASPCA

Visit from the Secret Service

Jill's back went out and she has to get Trig another dog

Bristol's back went out cuz she was underneath a heavy lumbersexual and Sarah has to take her to the chiropractor

Track's back went out cuz he was knocked out during a brawl and Sarah has to take him to the chiropractor

Todd's back went out while snowmobiling and Sarah has to take him to the chriropractor

Willow's back went out after a little old lady shoved her to the ground during a brawl and Sarah has to take her to the chiropractor.

Sarah has to start another grifting campaign for Chuck Jr since he didn't meet his goals for his photography venture.

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Sarah raids Bristol's closet and insults people who have a job

From Alaska Dispatch

Sarah Palin was back on "Saturday Night Live" for the three-and-a-half-hour-long SNL 40th Anniversary Special on Sunday evening. Although, she didn't quite steal the show, Palin did catch a little internet buzz after she showed up in one of her daughter's dresses, suggested Tina Fey owed Palin for the former's career success, and was mistaken for Fey by comedian Jerry Seinfeld.

Palin sat next to Taylor Swift and Steven Spielberg, and in the row in front of "50 Shades of Grey" star Dakota Johnson, who also wore a sparkling dress, though one that covered a little bit more skin. US magazine reported Palin's white, sparkly mini dress, bag and black high heeled shoes was actually from her daughter's closet. She told the entertainment magazine she was wearing "all Bristol!"

Palin told US Weekly the dress was from her daughter's stint on the ABC show "Dancing with the Stars."

But if her fashion choice wasn't enough, she caught a little bit more buzz in news sources like The Blaze, the Wall Street Journal and Politico afterSeinfeld pretended to confuse her for Fey during a question-and-answer portion of the special.

"Yes? Tina?" Seinfeld asked.

“Uh, no, it’s Sarah,” Palin responded. “Just curious, Jerry, how much do you think ['SNL' producer] Lorne Michaels would pay me if I were to run in 2016?”

"Run for President, Sarah? I don't think there's a number too big," Seinfeld said.

"OK, just hypothetical then, what If I were to choose Donald Trump as my running mate?"

"Sarah you're teasing us; that's not nice," Seinfeld said without hesitation.

In 2008, when she ran for vice president on the GOP ticket headed by Arizona Sen. John McCain, Palin was one of Fey's most frequent impersonation roles on SNL.

Before the show started, Palin told People she thought Fey should be paying for her kids braces, after the magazine asked her if Fey's impersonation of her helped her career.

Sarah wearing a dress suited for a 20 something does not make you a 20 something.  It makes you pathetic.  BTW Bristol looks pregnant there.
And it gets better, Sarah hits on Alec Baldwin:
Sarah Palin appeared alongside Adam Baldwin in an interview with NBC's Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie on the red carpet at the Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary Special at Rockefeller Plaza on Sunday.

"Did you all come together," Guthrie asked.

"Yeah," Palin jokingly said.

"Oh, yeah," Baldwin said. "We've been partying all weekend. We just flew in from Alaska."

"You have more fun doing this show than just about anything else you could possibly do. And you make strange bedfellows here. Don't you darling," Baldwin said to Palin.

"I still really love your brother even more," Palin said as Baldwin attempted to hug her.

"Of course you do, darling" Baldwin responded.

"Governor Palin, at the height of the presidential race you came here and did a cameo that had to be one of your favorite moments of the campaign?," Guthrie asked.

"I mean if this is indicative of the campaign, it was the most fun moment of the campaign. Yes," Palin said.

"What was the reaction on the street after you made that appearance?" Lauer inquired.

"It was great," Palin said. "It was like, gosh, yeah, you have got to have a sense of humor. Yeah. It's not like the persona that it maybe is portrayed or characterized for you out there. So, yeah, and this is an iconic moment, you know, this is, the most, I think intelligent, and entertaining comedic minds in America all in one place," Palin said.

"But we get to relax and have fun here regardless of people's politics," Baldwin said. "I often think if only [SNL producer] Lorne Michaels could produce the Congress, maybe we would have more fun and we would get more done."
This is the closest she will ever get to a black man without having sex with them:

Yeah Sarah really loves theme Liberal Hollywood elites. as long as they love her back.
Last but not least Sarah insults people who actually have a job:
"Are you in show business? Then don't be jealous boy."

Crowd: "Put some clothes on Sarah."

Palin: "Hey dude I'm from Alaska."

Palin: "Hey when you get a job, you come talk to me okay?"

At which time the crowd starts shouting "What are you doing?"

Palin: "Hey, I'm here, and you're there."

Yes Sarah your here, and they're there.  But President Obama is on the right side of this fence, and you will never be on that side:

Monday, February 16, 2015

Happy President's Day!

Thank you President Obama for everything you have done!

I thank God none of the following are not president and never will be:

I wish these guys had been president:

Monday Meme

I call Michele and Sarah stupid and stupider

Sunday, February 15, 2015

Bristol Palin is posting inappropriate pics of Tripp again-Update

These pics were posted on Bristol's enjoygram account

Posting a picture of a child pantsless and shirtless is inappropriate.  In the first pic it looks like Tripp is wearing boxer shorts.  Sadly this isn't the first time Bristol has done this.

Update-I forgot this one:

Saturday, February 14, 2015

Mike Huckabee thinks the Palins are gay


From Huffington Post

The rest of the 2016 Republican hopefuls have a lot of catching up to do in order to compete with Mike Huckabee's obvious head-start on race-baiting and gay-bashing. We've barely heard from the other clown-car passengers and already Huckabee has navigated his way through at least three major new cycles in which he says something obnoxious then walks it back, but only after the GOP base scarfs it down like, I don't know, whatever it eats. Rind? We'll circle back to this.

It's been yet another weekend and another Huckabee television appearance that included yet another deliberately awful statement from the former Arkansas governor. This time, Huckabee popped up on CNN's State of the Union for an exclusive chat and, when he was asked about same-sex marriage, he likened it to drinking and using profanity. In other words, it's an indulgent or obscene lifestyle choice, rather than the way many of us are genetically formed.

Since the Huckster thinks swearing and drinking is comparable to gay sex, then this must be an orgy:

Friday, February 13, 2015

Sarah Palin wants to kill caribou for oil

From Raw Story

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) said this week that caribou that died as a result of oil pipeline expansions would have to “take one for the team.”

According to Forbes’ Christopher Helman, Palin delighted members of the oil and gas industry in a speech to the North American Prospect Expo (NAPE) in Texas on Thursday

She recalled to the crowd that what she missed most about being Alaska’s governor was making decisions about oil and gas exploration.

“Energy is my baby,” Palin explained, adding that oil and gas could “feed and fuel a hungry nation with what God has created for man’s responsible use.”

With the recent drop in the price of oil, Palin said that now “is the time to plan for more drilling and more production.”

But she said that President Barack Obama was making that difficult with EPA regulations and by refusing to approve the Keystone XL pipeline.

“The punative aspect of it is to really stick it to the American people,” Palin insisted.

She argued that the president “is not for American energy independence” because he refused to expand drilling in the Alaska National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR).

“All we need to explore and develop ANWR is a 2,000 acre swath. Alaska is 400 million acres when you consider our water and land. A postage stamp in the middle of a football field. That’s all the land we need to develop.”

“The administration is not understanding the inherent link between energy and security and energy and prosperity,” Palin opined. “He’s rewarding the environmentalists who are extreme in saying there would be environmental harm in developing ANWR.”

She told the crowd that concerns over the “moose and caribou” were blown out of proportion because the Trans-Alaska Pipeline “has not been adverse at all.”

In fact, “the animals mate under the pipeline,” the former Republican vice presidential candidate remarked, admitting, “I haven’t actually seen it.”

But even if some animals had to die for oil and gas exploration, Palin said that it was an acceptable risk.

“[I]f it is to hurt one caribou, then that one caribou should take one for the team and allow the rest of the country to benefit,” she quipped.

As for 2016, Palin predicted that Republicans would win the presidential election because the party had a “deep bench” of candidates.

Once again Sarah has no intention of running for president.  Ever.  And for ANWR, there is no reason to drill there now that oil prices are going down.  Any oil executive will tell you that.

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Sarah Palin is in Texas today for another drunken speech


Vocal conservative commentator and former Alaska governor, Sarah Palin, will share her take on women’s leadership issues during a visit to  the Permian Basin next year.

The John Ben Shepperd Public Leadership Institute’s Distinguished Lecture Series is bringing Palin to the Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center on Feb. 12 at 7 p.m. The lecture, “Groundbreakers, mavericks and trailblazers: How women are showing 21st century leadership,” is free and open to the public.

“What better example than Sarah Palin to come to us to talk about typical challenges and barriers, and how to break them down and show the example of demonstrated leadership in action?” said institute Executive Director Bob Brescia. “I thought Sarah Palin was a good exemplar of that.”

Palin, governor of Alaska from December 2006 until her resignation in July 2009, has since taken on the role of commentator, political action committee founder and best-selling author. The 2008 Republican nominee for vice president most recently found herself in the national spotlight over her comments calling for President Barack Obama’s impeachment. Many Republican leaders, including Speaker of the House John Boehner and Palin’s former running mate Sen. John McCain, have expressed their disagreement with her comments.
Brescia said choosing Palin wasn’t about how much she’s appeared in the news, but about her leadership abilities, which she has demonstrated consistently, both while in office and since then as she has been able to “mobilize commitment over a shared goal.”

“In order to mobilize commitment in today’s world, young people, who tend to gravitate toward the channels of social media, you have to be present where they’re present,” he said. “Sarah is present. You don’t have to go far to look for Sarah Palin.”

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Sarah's 50th year was very memorable, and not in a good way

Sarah's 50th year was not so good.

She compared waterboarding to baptism

Got involved in a brawl

Let Trig abuse his service dog

Gave a very incoherent speech

I wonder how her 51st year will be, and by the looks of recent events, it won't be good.

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Sarah Palin lies again!

Sarah is bitching about some kid who was not allowed to read his bible at school.  Problem was it never happened.

When I was in grade school we had what they called "silent reading"  For ten minutes a day, after the principal did the announcements and we all said the Pledge of Allegiance, we had to read.  We could read whatever we wanted-library book, textbook, magazine, along as we were reading something.

So basically Loyal Grandstaff and his parents LIED!

And the Blaze reported it so, which is surprising considering it is a right wing rag.

Monday, February 9, 2015

Sarah Palin thinks she and her family are the only ones who are allowed to lie

The reason Sarah hates Brian so much is cuz of this interview:

From Sarah's Fecebook page

Friends, this is a very important post I respectfully ask you to read through. Forgive its length. May it help you nail the coffin that's given shelter to a corrupt press that would stop at nothing in their fight against right.

Reports today claimed Tom Brokaw was calling on his former network to fire Brian Williams for lying for years about being hit by enemy fire in Iraq. Brokaw apparently denies the reports. (Personally, I hope Williams keeps his job as the face of network news to remind America how this all works, and to justify our complete turning away from his ilk in mainstream media.) It appears that some at NBC did know that Williams was lying for over a decade but never said a thing about it. Keep in mind that Williams repeated his bogus story many times on air, yukked it up with David Letterman over the made up drama, and even accepted praise as a "war hero."…/tom-brokaw-calls-for-brian-will…/

Let’s consider the herd mentality these journalists use to empower and cover for each other. It’s precisely the way a corrupt organization works, like a crime syndicate. Remember the “JournoList” scandal where hundreds of prominent members of the media were finally exposed for operating a secret internet chat group to strategize on how they would cover (read: spin) the news of the day to fit their leftwing agenda, regardless of truth? I haven't forgotten. They would stop at nothing. I was aware of their collective unethical character not only because my college degree was earned using the complete opposite journalism tactics of JournoList's, but also because I lived it first hand as they began their relentless BS about my family, my hometown, and my record when I was asked to come on the national scene in 2008.…/journolist%E2%80%99s-anti-palin-c…/…/raw-journolist-emails-on-palins-d…/

My parents just reminded me that right after my acceptance speech at the RNC in 2008, Brian Williams repeated on national television a completely false story that I banned books while I served in office. He did so by reading on air a completely false op-ed by another unethical character who's never clarified nor apologized for including that outrageous censorship lie, among many others. (Thanks, Joe Klein, hope you're keeping it classy.) Those lies – proclaimed on air as if Williams was merely reporting "the news" – were heard by many that night. Lies like that were like a gut punch to my parents that knocked down the foundation of trust they've lived their good lives upon, for they realized, defenselessly, the power of a corrupt press. The media lies rung a bell that can never be “un-rung.” In the minds of millions of Americans, I was tainted as an anti-First Amendment book banning wacko. Brian Williams lied about me in order to affect the way I would be perceived by Americans during the 2008 election. He lies. There is no other way around it. But what’s especially disgusting is the way his corrupt colleagues covered for him. I have never and will never let the shroud of victimization cover me – God's given me way too many undeserved blessings to dishonor His goodness by wasting time crying "victim" – but I'm happy to recall the hundreds of Palin-centric false reports if it helps America understand you must never trust JournoList-types. (Well, not exactly "happy" to do it, but willing – all the whilst throwing up a little bit in my mouth, believing the reason the harshness perpetuates may be for others' edification.)

Don't be lulled into thinking this is only an NBC problem. It's all the major networks. Look, for example, at the outrageous media bias at CNN at the same time Williams was making up stories about his “war valor.”

There is a serious problem with the liberal media’s herd mentality. It's too late for their mea culpa because they've already lost America’s trust, and that is a dangerous thing. But while they're still on our airwaves, they need to clean up their act as the rest of us turn to new media that will be held accountable. A free press is a cornerstone of our democracy. They have the tools to be our watchdogs, not liars and lapdogs for the powers that be.

Thanks for hearing me out. And, *sigh*, for the umpteenth time – for the benefit of the most unprofessional among the herd who will never clarify nor apologize – yes, I am my son's mother.

- Sarah Palin

Which son Sarah, Track or Trig?

Let's go over some of the many many lies Sarah has told:

Monday Meme

Sunday, February 8, 2015

Sarah Palin wants to change the Constitution

From Raw Story

Sarah Palin and her reality TV show star daughter are promoting an obscure legal maneuver promoted by religious conservatives to propose new amendments to the U.S. Constitution.

Palin, the former half-term governor of Alaska and rumored 2016 presidential candidate, urged her Facebook followers to contact their state legislators to call for a convention of the states to limit “a Government Gone Wild.”

“By calling a Convention of the States, average citizens can stop the federal spending spree, power grabs, and other abuses by proposing amendments to rein in the federal government,” Palin posted on Saturday. “After the states draft, debate, and vote upon these proposed amendments, they will then be sent to all 50 states for ratification, and three-quarters of the states must agree for any of the proposed amendments to be ratified.”

Three legislatures have already passed bills calling for a convention, and Virginia lawmakers are expected to vote on such a measure this week.

The Constitution has been amended throughout U.S. history by Congress, but Article V guidelines set out by the founders allow revisions to be made at a convention called by at least two-thirds of state legislatures.

Those amendments would then be subject to ratification by three-fourths of the states, just as they are when passed by Congress.

The tactic is promoted by religious conservatives who want the Constitution to better reflect their belief that the U.S. is a Christian nation, as well as some progressives also seek a convention of the states to help limit corporate influence on politics.

“By calling a Convention of the States, average citizens can stop the federal spending spree, power grabs, and other abuses by proposing amendments to rein in the federal government,” Palin said.

She directed her social media followers to a blog post written by her daughter, Bristol Palin, who provided contact information for Virginia lawmakers.

“The beauty of this process is that neither the President nor Congress has the authority to stop it,” Palin said. “It is truly in the hands of We the People. This idea is really the last recourse of the citizens to rein in DC and restore our country to a Constitutionally limited federal government.”

Critics of the plan, including the anti-communist John Birch Society and Americans United for Separation of Church and State, warn the convention could potentially open up all constitutional amendments for debate and possibly weaken protections for gun ownership and religious freedom.

Boy Hoohah never quits does she.

Saturday, February 7, 2015

Anna Duggar from 19 Kids and Counting uses Black History Month to rant against abortion

From E Online

The Duggars have found themselves at the center of controversy once again, due to a social media post by Anna Duggar, who is currently expecting her fourth child.

The wife of Josh Duggar, the oldest child of Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, took to Twitter on Monday to retweet a pro-life post from The Radiation Foundation's Twitter page, which used Black History Month to promote an anti-abortion message.

The tweet in question read, "Human beings should be remembered not dismembered. #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackLivesMatter #AllLivesMatter" which was accompanied by a poster image that said, "Because of the violence of abortion, over 16 million black people are history."

Both Anna Duggar, as well as the organization, have been criticized for the controversial tweet, which was posted the same day it was revealed that the Northern Ireland's Human Rights Commission won its battle for a judicial review of the region's abortion law (abortions are almost entirely banned there unless there is a direct threat to the mother's life).

"I am full of anger right now," one user wrote, adding that the Duggars should "respect" Black History Month.

"Seriously?! You didn't really do that, did you? I am literally shaking my damn head...," another added to which The Radiation Foundation responded via Twitter, "If you mean highlight the destruction of human lives who will never be able to make history. Yes. We really did that."

While Anna has yet to respond to the backlash, this certainly isn't the first pro-life post that has popped up on her social media page, nor is it the first time that the Duggars have raised eyebrows for spreading their conservative beliefs.

Jessa Duggar, the 19 Kids and Counting star who recently wed Ben Seewald, found herself on the receiving end of criticism after she wrote by a controversial blog post equating abortion to Holocaust, following a visit to the museum in Washington, D.C.

Her father-in-law, Michael Seewald, later defended Jessa on his personal blog, writing, "The Holocaust was the deliberate extermination of a certain class of people...Abortion also is the extermination of a certain class of people deemed unworthy to live. The powers that be have legalized murder just as they did during the Holocaust. Any woman who chooses to may go to an abortion clinic and have her preborn baby violently killed."

You know I'm kind of glad Anna posted this because it just exposes her and her family and in-laws for the pieces of shit they are.  Josh her husband works for a hate group, her father-in-law Jimb Bob condemned the Girl Scouts for allowing a transgender to join, mother in law Michelle says overpopulation is a myth and the entire world population can fit into Jacksonville FL.

Women if you don't like abortions, DON'T HAVE ONE!  And men if you don't like abortions, get a fucking vasectomy!

Jesse Ventura has not so nice words for Sarah Palin and Chris Kyle

From Mediate

Jesse Ventura, the former Minnesota governor and Navy SEAL, continued going after Chris Kyleby saying it’s not much to call him a hero because the Nazis had heroes too. Ventura successfully sued Kyle’s estate last year for defamation over Kyle claiming in his book that Ventura badmouthed the military and he punched him as a result.

Ventura said last week Kyle is a liar and shouldn’t be considered a “hero.”

Tonight, in a conversation with Alan Colmes on his radio show, Ventura doubled down. Colmes asked him about the controversy Michael Moorestarted about whether Kyle and other snipers are heroes.

Ventura asked, “Do you think the Nazis have heroes?”

Colmes said, “Well, obviously the Nazis were fighting for a cause we can’t condone.”

Ventura continued his argument and said that Nazi soldiers who killed hundreds would be considered heroes in Germany.

And on Sarah Palin:

To open his show on Feb. 3, Ventura simply asks, "What do you get when you combine delusion, performance art, and a desperate need to remain relevant?" The former governor gives a quick response, "Sarah "the quitter" Palin, of course."

I wasn't impressed with Jesse when he was my governor from 1999-2003, but he is spot on in his assessment of two of the biggest assholes in America.

Friday, February 6, 2015

How should SNL handle Sarah's appearance on the 40th anniversary special?

From The Week

Saturday Night Live's absurdly star-studded 40th anniversary special has locked down another big-name guest: Sarah Palin. A source close to Palin has confirmed that the onetime vice presidential candidate will return to the show for the first time since 2008. 
The episode's other guests will include Eddie Murphy, Bill Murray, Amy Poehler, Alec Baldwin, and Justin Timberlake — and, of course, Tina Fey, who may end up standing next to her political doppelganger one last time. 

I think SNL should reenact the brawl, with Tina Fey playing Pepe Le Pew of course.

Or maybe Trig trying to stand on a dog, a human playing the dog of course.

Or Sarah's drug addled speech at the Freedom Summit.

Readers what do you think?

The Ronald Reagan myth

Ole Saint Ronnie's anniversary of his birth is today.  He is the darling of conservatives.  Let's poke some holes into his legacy OK?

From The Progressive Review

How Reagan handled the AIDS crisis
White House Press Briefing — Oct. 15, 1982
Q: Larry, does the President have any reaction to the announcement—the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta, that AIDS is now an epidemic and have over 600 cases?
Q: Over a third of them have died. It’s known as “gay plague.” (Laughter.) No, it is. I mean it’s a pretty serious thing that one in every three people that get this have died. And I wondered if the President is aware of it?
MR. SPEAKES: I don’t have it. Do you? (Laughter.)
Q: No, I don’t.
MR. SPEAKES: You didn’t answer my question.
Q: Well, I just wondered, does the President—
MR. SPEAKES: How do you know? (Laughter.)
Q: In other words, the White House looks on this as a great joke?
MR. SPEAKES: No, I don’t know anything about it, Lester.
Q: Does the President, does anybody in the White House know about this epidemic, Larry?
MR. SPEAKES: I don’t think so. I don’t think there’s been any—
Q: Nobody knows?
MR. SPEAKES: There has been no personal experience here, Lester.
Q: No, I mean, I thought you were keeping—
MR. SPEAKES: I checked thoroughly with Dr. Ruge this morning and he’s had no—(laughter)—no patients suffering from AIDS or whatever it is.
Q: The President doesn’t have gay plague, is that what you’re saying or what?
MR. SPEAKES: No, I didn’t say that.
Q: Didn’t say that?
MR. SPEAKES: I thought I heard you on the State Department over there. Why didn’t you stay there? (Laughter.)
Q: Because I love you, Larry, that’s why. (Laughter.)
MR. SPEAKES: Oh, I see. Just don’t put it in those terms, Lester. (Laughter.)
Q: Oh, I retract that.
MR. SPEAKES: I hope so.
Q: It’s too late.

Steve Kornacki, Salon - By the summer of 1992, just 24 percent of Americans said their country was better off because of the Reagan years, while 40 percent said it was worse off -- and that more Americans (48 percent) viewed Reagan unfavorable than favorably (46 percent). .

Robert Brent Toplin, History News Network - Ronald Reagan promised to take government off the backs of enterprising Americans. He told voters that government was not the solution to the nation's problems; it was the problem. "The nine most terrifying words in the English language," said Reagan, are, " 'I'm from the government and I'm here to help.' " His speeches contained numerous warnings about the chilling effects of bureaucratic regulation. Government leaders think, he said, "If it moves, tax it. If it keeps moving, regulate it. And if it stops moving, subsidize it.". . . The main problem with Reagan's outlook was a failure to recognize that government regulation can serve business interests quite effectively. Many of the regulatory programs started by Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal in the 1930s aimed to promote fairness in economic competition. That legislation required greater transparency so that investors could more intelligently judge the value of securities in the stock market. The reforms mandated a separation of commercial and investment bank activities, since speculative investments by commercial banks had been one of the principal causes of the financial crash. Roosevelt's New Deal also created a bank insurance program, the FDIC, which brought stability to a finance industry that had been on the verge of collapse.

These and other improvements of the 1930s worked splendidly. For the next half century American markets operated with impressive stability. There were periods of boom and recession, but the country's financial system did not suffer from the kinds of shocks that have upset the American economy in recent years. The turn away from rules that promote fair business practices fostered dangerous risk-taking. An early sign of the troubles occurred on Reagan's watch. When the requirements for managing savings and loan institutions became lax in the 1980s, leaders of those organizations invested money recklessly. Many institutions failed or came close to failure, and the cleanup cost more than $150 billion. Yet blame for that crisis did not stick to the Teflon President. Recent troubles in the American economy can be attributed to a weakening of business regulation in the public interest, which is, in large part, a consequence of Reagan's anti-government preaching. In the absence of oversight, lending became a wildcat enterprise. Mortgage brokers easily deceived home buyers by promoting sub-prime loans, and then they passed on bundled documents to unwary investors.

Executives at Fannie Mae packaged both conventional and sub-prime loans, and they too, operated almost free of serious oversight. Fannie's leaders spent lavishly to hire sixty Washington lobbyists who showered congressmen with campaign funds. Executives at Fannie were generous to the politicians because they wanted to ward off regulation. Meanwhile, on Wall Street, brokerage firms became deeply committed to risky mortgage investments and did not make their customers fully aware of the risks. The nation's leading credit rating agencies, in turn, were not under much pressure to question claims about mortgage-based instruments that were marketed as blue chip quality. Government watchdogs were not active during those times to serve the interests of the public and the investors. . . Reagan's views of the relationship between government and business helped to put the nation and the world into a good deal of trouble. It is time to recognize that the former president's understanding of economics was not as sophisticated as his enthusiastic supporters often claimed.

Thursday, February 5, 2015

Sarah Palin President Obama did what you wanted him to and now your pissed off?

From Pepe Le Pew's Fecebook page

Yet again Mr. President, you lie. You boasted that your exchange of an obvious traitor for a group of known terrorists hell bent on America’s destruction is because “we leave no man behind.” You lie. You left an entire nation behind in the Rose Garden while celebrating a military deserter whose treasonous act you smiled at for all the world to see. You hold the proverbial hand of a traitor, but don't have the character to do the same for deserving souls who consistently give their all to protect America. Have you spoken up for the likes of American sniper Chris Kyle or so many other fallen heroes? No. You have no guts for that.

Astute, commonsense patriots, you were right all along. I said months ago (, “You blew it again, Barack Obama.”

Read Bristol's post for truth about Bowe Bergdahl:…/its-true-our-president-traded-5-t…/

As Bergdahl’s father spoke his scripted Arabic greeting while Barack Obama nodded approvingly, I've never been more ashamed of a President's action than this arrogant, destructive exchange of another stone in our foundation of freedom – for evil men who hate our freedom. Our once solid rock upon which we were built turns to sand with astounding anti-American acts praised by Leftists. We will – we MUST – survive this President, but God help us survive the people who still support this.

- Sarah Palin

While I am not defending Bowe I will say this.  I would rather have him in US custody so he can face the charges of desertion, then justice be served to him.  If he ended up dead, then he would have gotten away with it.

Sarah Palin you know nothing and lie about everything.  Bowe's father speaking Arabic or Pashtow is a lie cooked up by FUCK News, Mr. Bergdahl grew his beard out to support his son, not because of Islam.

And quit pimping Brancy's blog.  Just like you, Brancy knows nothing and lies about everything.

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Sarah Palin isn't gonna qualify for CPAC this year-Update

From Politico

The horde of likely presidential contenders expected at this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference will be asked to deliver speeches about specific policy issues — rather than campaign-style stemwinders — and they’ll also face audience questions, organizers told POLITICO in an exclusive preview Tuesday.

The changes promise to add a bit more drama to the annual conservative confab, which is slated for Feb. 25-28, and come as the GOP 2016 field has expanded to well over a dozen potential candidates.

“If you’re running for president and appearing at CPAC, you’ll have to answer some tough questions not given to you ahead of time,” said Matt Schlapp, the chairman of the American Conservative Union, which hosts the event.

He said that at this point he couldn’t answer whether the organization would prescreen the questions posed to speakers but acknowledged that the unscripted moments could lead to some discomfort. On areas such as national security, drug policy, immigration and others, many of the speakers’ views differ significantly, he noted.

“In the course of having that conversation, there are moments that will be awkward,” Schlapp said.

There also won’t be rules against the prospective presidential candidates aiming their remarks at each other, although Schlapp said he anticipates the speakers will address each other respectfully.

“We don’t want a Jerry Springer smackdown,” he said.

CPAC has made news in previous years based on which high-profile candidates were omitted from the invite list. But this year, Schlapp said, “top-tier” candidates would all be invited to make their pitch to the conservative crowd.

He said he considers both former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and 2012 GOP nominee Mitt Romney, favorites of the establishment, to be in that group, but added that organizers are still going through the invitation and confirmation process.

The likely candidates’ speeches will pack the four-day affair, which also will include remarks from an array of conservative leaders and luminaries.

This year’s gathering also will have a stronger focus on training activists to go home and engage in politics, whether that’s running for office or becoming a tracker of Democratic candidates. The theme is “Conservative Action Starts Here.”

Groups involved in facilitating those trainings include the youth-focused, Koch brothers-backed group Generation Opportunity; the Republican research-focused super PAC America Rising;

Young Americans for Liberty; and American Majority, a conservative organizing group.

“We’re changing some of the dynamics of CPAC itself so there’s the opportunity to have more dialogue instead of simply being spoken to,” said Ned Ryun, a board member of the ACU and founder and CEO of American Majority.

The officials also said there would be changes made to the straw poll but declined to elaborate.

It was unclear what role Republican gay-rights groups would play at the convention.

Last year, for example, the group GOProud wasn’t able to host a booth or sponsor the event but was invited to attend, in contrast to previous years. At the time, some gay rights activists were miffed that they were only allowed under restrictions.

“We are a conservative group. The groups that sponsor CPAC are conservative groups,” Schlapp said. “If you’re a Republican group, that doesn’t necessarily mean you’re a conservative group … If you’re a conservative and want to come to CPAC, we want you there.”

Since this article was written Mitt the shit bowed out.  And since Pepe le Pew isn't a conservative, her record in Wasilla and Juneau attest to that, and she will only answered pre-screened questions and give a speech bitching about Obama and liberals, she is not welcome at CPAC 2015.

I bet these rules were made due to her embarrassing appearance in Iowa.

Looks CPAC bent the rules for Sarah Palin after all

I'm pretty sure once Sarah read this post, she called the organizers and demanded they invite her just to spite me.

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Guess who jumped on the Patriots bandwagon?


From Facebook

Never mind the fact that last year Pepe Le Pew was a Seahawk fan.

No "great season Seahawks" from Sarah at all.  None. Nada.  Zip.

Bill Belichek is a Republican, he cheated on his wife.  But I doubt he is of the Teabagger variety.

Bill supports the troops, probably more than Sarah Palin does.  His dad was an assistant coach at the Naval Academy for over 30 years.  More than likely some Marine gave him that shirt with the words "Don't Tread On Me" which by the way that phrase was hijacked by the Teabaggers.

Everyone has been piling on Sarah Palin since the Iowa Summit

And rightfully so

From the Washington Post

Telegraph UK

Kathleen Parker

Bill Kristol

Rachel Maddow

Only two people have defended Sarah Palin, Brancy and David Weigel