Monday, April 28, 2014

Sarah Palin Wants Waterboarding to Baptize Terrorists

Sarah Palin would like all terrorists to know that if she were in charge, waterboarding is how the United States would baptize them. That's what the former Alaskan governor and ex-vice presidential nominee told thousands of attendees this weekend at the National Rifle Association's annual convention in Indianapolis. And they loved it! Palin mocked what she called the Obama administration's coddling of suspected terrorists. "Enemies, who would utterly annihilate America, they who'd obviously have information on plots, to carry out jihad," Palin said. "Oh, but you can't offend them, can't make them feel uncomfortable, not even a smidgen." The White House, she said, has failed to put "the fear of God in our enemies." The conservative firebrand also warned the pro-gun lobby that they — "intolerant, antifreedom leftist liberals" and "clownish, 'Kumbaya'-humming, fairytale-inhaling" Democrats — are seeking to "strip away our Second Amendment rights." "If you control oil, you control an economy. If you control money, you control commerce," Palin said. "But if you control arms, you control the people, and that is what they're trying to do." She called gun-free school zones "stupid on steroids." "Maybe our kids could be defended against criminals on the spot if more Mama Grizzlies carried [guns]," she said. "And [the] Obama administration wants you ID'd for that? Well, then go ahead and carry a sign, too. A sign that says 'Yeah, I carry a gun because a cop is too heavy.'" The them-versus-us rhetoric from the tea party favorite continued. "When a kid in school is cussing away like any character in any Tarantino movie, nobody bats an eye," Palin said. "Ooh, but a kid saying a prayer in school, those hypocrites lose their minds."

Thursday, April 3, 2014

Sarah Tells Putin to Stay Away

Sarah Palin to (fake) Vladamir Putin: "You may be able to take down a bear, but you're no match for a Mama Grizzly."

 

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Sarah Palin Gets Her Own Network

Sarah Palin is going to launch her very own TV channel!  It's called "Rogue TV"and will be available through Tapp, the digital video service founded by former CNN chief Jon Klein and former NBC Universal entertainment executive Jeff Gaspin. Subscriptions will cost $10 per month.


Rogue is expected to launch in April or May, and it would be one of the first of the digital channels offered by Tapp.
Palin’s channel will feature video commentaries from the former Republican vice-presidential candidate, discussing current events and political issues. 
That said, Rogue is also expected to feature footage of Palin and her family in Alaska, much as the 2010 TLC reality series, “Sarah Palin’s Alaska,” did. (TLC’s parent company, Discovery Communications, is an investor in Tapp.)
“Think of it as a video version of her Facebook page,” the source said.
It will also have advice and guidance from Palin, such as tips for parents and recipes. There are also tentative plans to have subscribers engage in regular video chats with Palin.
Palin’s large social media presence (four million Facebook fans, one million Twitter followers) is probably a big factor in Tapp’s recruitment of her. She may not have a daily radio or talk show, but she clearly has loyal fans.
Despite a report in The New York Post that Palin was approached by Gaspin and Klein, but that she hadn’t committed to doing the channel for Tapp. However, Capital New York reports that production has already started on her channel, and she has recorded a number of segments.
Palin is currently a contributor to Fox News Channel. She also hosts a reality show for The Sportsman Channel called “Amazing America.”  It isn’t clear whether Rogue would affect either of Palin's existing deals.
The W.W.E. and Glenn Beck’s TheBlaze have confirmed that subscription digital-video products can be good business.  
What other talent Tapp is lining up has not yet been revealed, but we hear that Tapp has been casting a wide net, seeking out both political personalities like Palin, as well as entertainment and lifestyle personalities.


New Trailer for Sarah Palin's "Amazing America"




"Get red, wild and blue, America," urges Sarah Palin in the newest trailer for her new TV show, Sportsman Channel's "Amazing America."
The new show will be full of "The First Lady of the Outdoors" meeting interesting characters who participate in in thrilling activities like stock car racing, professional wrestling, running with the bulls and lots and lots of shooting guns.
The show premieres on the Sportsman Channel April 3 at 8 p.m. Eastern Standard Time.

Sunday, March 9, 2014

Sarah Rocks CPAC

Sarah Palin: "'Yes we can' became 'No you can't.' You can't sign onto the web site. You can't keep your coverage. You can't make a phone call without Michelle Obama listening. 'This is the third time this week you called Pizza Hut.'"

Sarah Doesn't Say No To A Run For President in 2016

Before giving her speech at CPAC, Sarah Palin sat down with Greta Van Susteren and admitted that she has nor ruled out a run for President in 2016, but she is not running right now.
GRETA VAN SUSTEREN: Do you have a favorite candidate for 2016?

SARAH PALIN: No, not yet.

VAN SUSTEREN: Nothing? Who is sort of your -- who is at the top of your list? Are you considering running? 

PALIN: Who is at the top of my list. 

VAN SUSTEREN: Let me back up to my other question. 

PALIN: No, question at a time. I appreciate those who have fought for America, like Ted Cruz, like Rand Paul. You know though, it doesn't have to be someone who has a title today, someone in office today. In fact, some would say we need to stay clear of those who have followed a conventional political path. Maybe they are part of the problem. There are businessmen and women out there. There are strong family men and women who understand what it is that makes America exceptional and they want to protect that. They want to get back to that. Maybe someone like that will rise and be the candidate in 2016. Maybe that's what we need.

VAN SUSTEREN: Okay now I get to ask that question. Are you considering -- is it still within a possibility that you'll run in 2016?

PALIN: It sounds cliche, but you never say never. Now, I -- at this point in time, I don't have a team of people, you know, getting out there doing these poll-tested whatever they do to let you know if you should run or not. I don't have any of that kind of organization going. I'll never say never. 

It depends on what it is that Americans really, really want in a candidate. If they want a fighter, if they want someone who can so respect our exceptionalism, everything that makes America great, the promise of America. And if we don't find that, then I would run. But I do think that there are so many Americans who feel like I feel, and they're capable. They're willing and able to serve. Public servants. They are willing and able to serve and to lead this country so it doesn't have to be me.