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.

Friday, September 12, 2014

Palin Family in Saturday Night Brawl

Ah, life in Alaska.

A house party in Anchorage turned into Animal House when the Palins showed up in a stretch Hummer.

It seems Track Palin (the one who served in Iraq), didn't like that a former boyfriend of his sister Willow was there.  They had words.  Word turned to blows.  The owner of the house tried to intervene and was met with several right hooks from former abstinence spokesperson Bristol Palin.

Mom and Dad then got involved with Sarah yelling, "Do you know who I am?" and husband Todd threatening everybody.  Someone in the crowd then yelled out, "THis isn't some Hillbilly reality show."

Oh, if only it was.  Then we would have pictures.

The Anchorage police confirm the fight and that the Palin's were involved, but there are no arrests because no one pressed charges.

Here is the police report:
“On Saturday, September 6, 2014 just before midnight Anchorage police responded to a report of a verbal and physical altercation taking place between multiple subjects outside of a residence located on the 900 block of Harbor Circle. A preliminary investigation by police revealed that a party had been taking place at a nearby residence and a fight had broken out between multiple subjects outside of the residence. At the time of the incident, none of the involved parties wanted to press charges and no arrests were made. However, the case is still an active investigation and is being reviewed by APD and the Municipal Prosecutors Office. Alcohol was believed to have been a factor in the incident. Some of the Palin family members were in attendance at the party.”
Here’s the salacious scoop from Alaska political blogger Amanda Coyne:
“A nice, mellow party, until the Palin’s show up. There’s beer, of course, and maybe other things. Which is all fine, but just about the time when some people might have had one too many, a Track Palin stumbles out of a stretch Hummer, and immediately spots an ex-boyfriend of Willow’s. Track isn’t happy with this guy, the story goes. There’s words, and more. The owner of the house gets involved, and he probably wished he hadn’t. At this point, he’s up against nearly the whole Palin tribe: Palin women screaming. Palin men thumping their chests. Word is that Bristol has a particularly strong right hook, which she employed repeatedly, and it’s something to hear when Sarah screams, “Don’t you know who I am!” And it was particularly wonderful when someone in the crowd screamed back, “This isn’t some damned Hillbilly reality show!” No, it’s what happens when the former First Family of Alaska comes knocking. As people were leaving in a cab, Track was seen on the street, shirtless, flipping people off, with Sarah right behind him, and Todd somewhere in the foreground, tending to his bloody nose.”
Meanwhile, because the drama never ceases, the next night, Bristol Palin returned to her home in Wasilla to find a stalker in her driveway, who was arrested and charged with felony stalking.
Oh, please, someone send video or pictures.
So what did we learn.  Don't mess with Track's sisters.  Bristol can throw a punch.  And a party isn't a party until the Palins show up.

Thursday, September 4, 2014

Sarah Palin Six Years Later Was Right

Breitbart's Tony Lee reminds us that President Obama announced that he had no strategy to deal with ISIS exactly six years after accepting the democratic nomination to run for President.

After his speech in 2008, that the media fawned over like teenage girls at a One Direction concert, then republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin famously asked, “But when the cloud of rhetoric has passed, when the roar of the crowd fades away, when the stadium lights go out and those Styrofoam Greek columns are hauled back to some studio lot, when that happens, what exactly is our opponent’s plan?” 

Six years later the President still has none in dealing with the greatest threats of our time.

In 2008, Sarah Palin predicted that Russia would invade the Ukraine if Barack Obama was elected, "After the Russian Army invaded the nation of Georgia, Senator Obama's reaction was one of indecision and moral equivalence, the kind of response that would only encourage Russia's Putin to invade Ukraine next."

At the time, Palin was mocked for that prediction.  Like so many things, she has been proved right.

Lee correctly points out that, "Six years after all of the soaring rhetoric and mainstream media tingles, Obama's "strong disapproval" rating doubles his "strong approval" rating, according to Gallup.

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Lorne Michaels Praises Sarah Palin in a New Book

In a new book by Washington Post TV critic Tom Shales and James Andrew Miller, Saturday Night Live executive producer Lorne Michaels has nothing but nice things to say about Former Governor of Alaska and Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin, whom Tina Fey impersonated to great ratings.
Excerpts were printed in the Hollywood reporter and give rare, behind-the-scenes glimpses at some of the most defining and controversial political comedy sketches from the show's history, with interviews from Fey, Palin and executive director Lorne Michaels.
Michaels said that Palin had "wonderful manners" when she appeared on the show, which he attributed to her being in a beauty pageant before she entered politics.
"[Palin] has wonderful manners — and I honestly don't mean this in a condescending way — but it's that pageant-winner thing," he says in the book.
When Palin decided to appear on the show about a month before the presidential election, Michaels says that Fey was "terrified of anything where they would be together looking like an endorsement."
"I know that they portrayed me as an idiot, and I hated that," Palin says in the book. "I wanted to come on the show and counter some of that."
Fey pitched recording the sketch in the hallway to avoid Palin getting booed by audience members.
"I was the one pitching, 'Why don't you start her backstage, you know, with Alec [Baldwin], so the crowd won't boo,'" Fey says in the book.
"She had just been booed at a hockey game in Philadelphia, and I thought we had to be cautious. And of course the audience was just happy to see her because she was a star, a media star,” she added. “Even the New York audience was not feeling their politics at that moment."
Palin says in the new book that comedian Tina Fey owes her after portraying the 2008 GOP vice presidential nominee for laughs on NBC’s “Saturday Night Live.”
"If I ran into Tina Fey again today, I would say, 'You need to at least pay for my kids' braces or something from all the money that you made off of pretending that you're me,' " Palin is quoted as saying in “Live from New York,” an updated history of the comedy sketch series.
“My goodness, you capitalized on that — can't you contribute a little bit? Jeez," Palin adds.