Tag Archive 'Sarah Palin'

May 16 2012

Tea Party Movement (not any political party) Alive & Kicking Butt

Update: Ed Morrissey has a good post and lots of comments at Hot Air – end update News out of Nebraska in yesterday’s GOP senate primary is a good sign there is yet hope for this country. The Palin-Cain candidate took the honors in garnering another US Senate seat for We The People: Nebraska state […]

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Aug 29 2010

Liberals Are Off Track Again

Update: My favorite Palin line was this: “I must assume that you too know that we must not fundamentally transform America as some would want. We must restore America and restore her honor!” That will be the rallying cry for this fall. How any moron on the left could criticize Palin as she recounted the […]

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Jul 22 2010

You Can’t Manufacture Credibility & Respect

The democrat party, as a whole, is learning a harsh lesson these days. Where they naively thought success was measured by the amount of crap produced, they are now learning that the quality or success of their labors is the greater measure by far. If they could do one thing well they would be on […]

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Dec 04 2009

Palin Dodges Bullet On Obama COLB

As folks know I am a COLB denier. I don’t run with the birthers and spent many hours debunking their insanity. And I have little respect for those who have latched onto this nonsense. The birthers are not as bad as the truthers, but definitely worse than the AGW alarmists (at least there was some […]

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Nov 18 2009

Sarah Palin’s Book Doing What It Was Intended

Published by under AJStrata's GUT,Sarah Palin

Got Sarah’s book (actually we got two copies so the political junkies did not have to take turns) and just started reading it. Might comment on it more – probably won’t though. It doesn’t seem to require a lot of over analyzing and fact checking by media and blogger mental midgets. One of the things […]

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Oct 01 2009

Sarah Palin’s First Misstep? Doubtful

The news is spreading that Governor Palin’s ghostwriter for her up and coming book is a far right wing evangelical. Which means there is a good chance Lynn Vincent is just like 70% of Main Stream America – who are the antithesis of the elites who make up the Political Industrial Complex that has been […]

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Sep 10 2009

Who Won The Debate On Obamacare Last Night?

As we wake up this morning after President Obama’s last ditch effort to salvage his health care overhaul initiative, we have three entities arising as figureheads of the debate. The first is, of course, President Obama and his liberal DC congressional leaders. The second is the GOP and their very concise and respectable response (one […]

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Aug 02 2009

Sarah Palin Is A Real Threat To The Political Industrial Complex

Published by under 2010 Elections,Sarah Palin

I read yesterday about the nasty, viscous rumors swirling around the liberal fevered swamps. Seems when they lose something (like government run health care) their small, angry minds must search out satisfaction making up lies about their most feared adversaries – average Americans. And there is no larger threat to the sick, liberal, elitists than […]

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Jul 14 2009

Sarah Palin Steps Into “Center” Stage

Published by under All General Discussions

The defunct and failed political industrial complex is all in a tizzy because Sarah Palin is making her move. And they have good reason to feel threatened (though they have no good excuse for being unprofessional and insulting). Palin is coming out aiming for the heart of American politics – the centrists: The former Republican vice-presidential […]

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Jul 07 2009

I’m With Kristol On Palin – Kinda Of

Published by under Measuring The Recovery

Update: Reader Crosspatch noticed a dire prediction of 14% unemployment as the possible result of Obamanomics (with help from Reid and Pelosi): The BEA numbers (which were revised slightly on June 25) show an accelerating decline in “real nonresidential fixed investment”. This measure decreased 37.3 percent in the first quarter of 2009, compared with a […]

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