Sunday, April 17, 2016

Sarah Palin is right about Bill Nye

Sarah Palin is right about Bill Nye.   He's not a science guy.  At least he wasn't educated as one.

Nye is an engineer.  He studied mechanical engineering at Cornell.  The whole "Bill Nye, The Science Guy" thing is just TV casting.

He looked nerdy enough and spoke well so he got a PBS show that gave him a moniker.   

So when Sarah Palin says, "He's a kids show actor."  She's right.  And when she said "I'm as much of a scientist as he is."  She's right.  In that they aren't.

It is comical, and embarrassing for the Climate Change movement, that he is their go-to expert.   He has published as many scientific papers, done as many scientific research on Climate Change as Kim Kardashian.

Maybe that's why he didn't know the Arctic from the Antarctic when he debated Climate Change on Meet the Press:

The Hill broke the story about Palin's attack on Nye's credentials:
Palin, the former governor of Alaska and the 2008 Republican vice presidential candidate, said the man known for his show "Bill Nye the Science Guy" is using his position of authority to harm children by teaching them that climate change is real and man-made.
“Bill Nye is as much a scientist as I am,” Palin said at a Capitol Hill event held to roll out a film that aims to discredit climate scientists. “He’s a kids’ show actor; he’s not a scientist.Palin said behind the “alarmism” that the climate is changing is a “predetermined” and political agenda “of those, I think, who are controlling the narrative right now on changes in the weather.”
Nye is exposed in the film "Climate Hustle." It stars Marc Morano, head of skeptic blog Climate Depot, and is presented largely as a response to "Merchants of Doubt," a documentary attacking skeptics and comparing them to the tobacco industry.

In the film, Bye tells Marano that people who make a name for themselves doubting Climate Change should be investigated.
“The introduction of this extreme doubt … about climate change is affecting my quality of life as a public citizen,” he said. “So I can see where people are very concerned about this and are pursuing criminal investigations as well engaging in discussions like this … they’re keeping us from getting to work, they’re holding us back.”
A Criminal Investigation for espousing a position without proper credentials or education simply for your own personal profit and fame?  Sounds like Bill Nye.

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Hillary Clinton Copies Sarah Palin.

Sarah Palin took note that the Hillary Clinton campaign ripped off her idea.  The Hilary bus tour that could show up anyway.

Looks a lot like the Sarah Palin Campaign bus tour that could show up anywhere.

This is what Sarah wrote on her Facebook Page:

Hmmm, as people all over the country are reminding each other, this Hillary Scooby-Doo Tour thing sure looks familiar.
We're flattered the liberals think the idea is really keen! Since it's ‪#‎ThrowbackThursday‬, it's also pretty keen to thank the democrats for taking a page out of our playbook and also to share the picturesque, sincere, no-media "One Nation" RV trek of ours a few years ago.
From way up North in the natural resource-rich state of Alaska down to the inspirational, loud and patriotic Rolling Thunder Rally in DC to a calm clambake on a cool New Hampshire night, it was a blast to introduce American people and places to folks who crave the reminders of what makes our nation exceptional and free! Our tour is proof we dare not go backwards and fundamentally transform America; instead we must move ahead to fundamentally restore all that is good and safe and strong in America. And we're pretty good about doing it without letting the media get in the way. (In fact, it was great to see the media finally have to do what the rest of the middle class does every single day – WORK FOR IT. Though I don't know why they were frustrated not being able to keep up with us, I mean, I was in our bus wrapped in the Constitution!)So here's a little secret – a video from the SarahPAC vault that's never been released until now. (I knew it'd come in handy someday.) Makes me want to fire up the RV again, load up the kids... Enjoy!
- Sarah Palin

And here is the video.  Enjoy!

Sunday, January 4, 2015

Sarah Palin Slams PETA for Criticizing Picture of Her Son and Dog

In a Facebook Post that was written like a letter to PETA, Sarah Palin exposed the animal rights organizations hypocrisy in their over-reaction to pictures Palin released of her son Trig, who has Downs Syndrome, using the family dog as a step stool.

Here are the original pictures that started the faux controversy:

And Here is the letter from Sarah Palin on Facebook in response to PETA's Outrage:

Dear PETA, 

Chill.  At least Trig didn’t eat the dog. 

(Editor added the picture - Not in Sarah's Facebook Post)

Hey, by the way, remember your “Woman of the Year”, Ellen DeGeneres? Did you get all wee-wee’d up when she posted this sweet picture? 

Hypocritical, much? 

Did you go as crazy when your heroic Man-of-Your-Lifetime, Barack Obama, revealed he actually enjoyed eating dead dog meat? 

Aren’t you the double-standard radicals always opposing Alaska’s Iditarod – the Last Great Race honoring dogs who are born to run in wide open spaces, while some of your pets “thrive” in a concrete jungle where they’re allowed outdoors to breathe and pee maybe once a day? 

Aren’t you the same herd that opposes our commercial fishing jobs, claiming I encourage slaying and consuming wild, organic healthy protein sources called “fish”? (I do.)

Aren’t you the same anti-beef screamers blogging hate from your comfy leather office chairs, wrapped in your fashionable leather belts above your kickin’ new leather pumps you bought because your celebrity idols (who sport fur and crocodile purses) grinned in a tabloid wearing the exact same Louboutins exiting sleek cowhide covered limo seats on their way to some liberal fundraiser shindig at some sushi bar that features poor dead smelly roe (that I used to strip from our Bristol Bay-caught fish, and in a Dillingham cannery I packed those castoff fish eggs for you while laughing with co-workers about the suckers paying absurdly high prices to party with the throw away parts of our wild seafood)? I believe you call those discarded funky eggs “caviar”. 

Yeah, you’re real credible on this, PETA. A shame, because I’ll bet we agree on what I hope is the true meaning of your mission – respecting God’s creation and critters. 

Our pets, including Trig’s best buddy Jill Hadassah, are loved, spoiled and cared for more than some people care for their fellow man whose politics may not mesh with nonsensical liberally failed ways or don’t fit your flighty standards. Jill is a precious part of our world. So is Trig. 

- Sarah Palin

Saturday, January 3, 2015

Twitter on Sarah Palin and the Dog Step-Ladder Controversy

Here is the post that started it all:

And then came the outrage in the comment section:

"You want to run your state and the country, but you don't have the sense to tell your children to stop stepping on your dog's spine?" Kenneth Meador wrote.

"Yes the dog could have moved but the greater lesson is he's gonna get bit and hurt and the dog will get blamed instead of the child that is abusing the dog/ should a child ever be allowed to step on any animal ughhh," posted Amy Payzant Steward.
Peta and other animal rights groups then got involved, slamming Sarah Palin for allowing her son to use their dog as a step-ladder.
That was all followed by an outpouring of support for Sarah on Twitter and some pretty funny tweets:

Sunday, November 30, 2014

Sarah Palin Says They Would Have Beat Obama in 2006, if She Was Allowed to tell the Truth

Bill Ayers, Jeremiah Wright, a Lack of Experience, Sarah Palin wanted to talk about it all, but was muzzled by the McCain staffers.

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Sarah Palin on the Mid Term Election Win

A message from Sarah Palin 

Last night was huge! This is a victory for We the People! Credit is due to the victorious candidates. Their message to President Obama is undeniably received, though he’ll try to ignore it.

Thank you, SarahPAC supporters! You allowed us to help so many good candidates; over 30 of them became high profile – including Joni Ernst. Her success last night was the deciding victory in retaking the Senate majority. Thanks to your unwavering support and input, we were able to campaign across the country to highlight these public servants, and together we helped them reach incredible victories for their states and our nation.

I know you know me – you know I believe in the beauty of competition. And not that it’s all about wins or losses, but you helped SarahPAC have a better record last night than Hillary Clinton! Nineteen of our general election candidates won, with only two losses for outstanding candidates in Louisiana’s unique jungle primary election, Col. Rob Maness and Zach Dasher. Rob and Zach will be back as we remind them “sometimes you win, sometimes you learn!” because we all learned America has two more great men ready to shake it up and serve in the near future. Do you think this record matched up against Hillary’s is proof that her out-of-touch liberal Obama-following candidates mostly got mauled last night with 10 wins and 14 losses? You betcha’. But you won’t hear about that in the media, so I shall go around them to acknowledge your great accomplishment, SarahPAC supporters and superb SarahPAC staff.

Candidates we supported early on were key in re-taking the Senate. Senator Tim Scott, who you helped boost in his first Congressional primary in 2010, was appointed to this seat by my friend Governor Nikki Haley, who SarahPAC also supported in 2010. Both were reelected last night. Cory Gardner picked up a key Senate seat; remember he was part of our “Take Back the 20” initiative in 2010, where we helped reclaim 19 of the 20 House seats that were held by Democrats in districts John McCain and I carried in 2008. We campaigned in Iowa last spring for a little known hog farmer and tough talking veteran named Joni Ernst, and her victory just tilted the balance of power to the GOP.

Now, let’s remind new Republican majorities in the House and Senate that Americans were not necessarily voting FOR any party yesterday; they were voting AGAINST the continued dysfunction and corruption in D.C. We the People said, “enough is enough” to the scandals, crony capitalism, and utter lack of leadership in Washington.

Democrats should go into hibernation after last night’s mauling, but don’t count on it. Leaders must work even harder now to make sure this doesn’t happen to us in 2016; they must learn lessons from the last time Republicans held the Senate majority. This time, GOP, you must not retreat! And voters, it’s our responsibility to hold them accountable. They must fight for reform that aligns with the limited government planks of the Republican platform; they must not return to the big government cronyism and status quo favored by the permanent political class. Will they drain the swamp or decide the D.C. cesspool is really just a jacuzzi they can’t wait to jump on into and shake us off?

If the GOP returns to business as usual, then this majority will be short lived, for We the People say, “once bitten, twice shy.”

So, establishment types, don’t forget that you didn’t build this victory. This new majority was swept into power thanks to the rank and file commonsense conservative grassroots. That’s who built it. And they expect results. They deserve the best for America.

Thank you again, SarahPAC supporters. Congratulations, USA! God, please bless our future.

With an Alaskan heart,
Sarah Palin

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Sarah Palin Wants To Run For Office Again

On Fox Business, Sarah Palin was asked by Stuart Varney is the media had driven her out of politics, out of  of public office for good.

Her answer was priceless and pure Palin, "The more they're poring on, the more I want to bug the crap out of them by being out there with a voice, with a message, hopefully running for office again."

Palin also commented on CNN anchor Carol Costello mocking her family, after police investigated a fight involving the Palins in Wassilla, Alaska. Costello has since apologized for her remarks.

Watch the interview below.