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List of most influential conservatives says it all

Note that this list was compiled by Townhall.com, a conservative website.

Three talk show hosts are in the Top 10: Beck, Hannity and Limbaugh. A fourth, Mark Levin, ranks 12th.

Ranking 3rd?

3) Sarah Palin: The former VP candidate has a fanatical following, regularly makes news for her attacks on the Obama Administration, and did more to get women elected in 2010 than any one human being ever has before in a single election cycle. Palin has enormous juice, but the key question is always, “What is she going to do with it? Run for office? Get other Republicans elected? Become the conservative Oprah?” Time will tell.

 

The party of Hasselhoff

“Freedom” has officially replaced “Reagan” as the most overused word in the conservative lexicon.

Case in point: the anti-gay marriage group that sought to halt the issuance of same-sex marriage licenses in California over the weekend is called the Alliance Defending Freedom. Kind of ironical, don’t you think?

What’s next, the Freedom Party?

“I love the name of that party — the ‘Freedom Party,’” Palin said. “And if the GOP continues to back away from the planks in our platform, from the principles that built this party of Lincoln and Reagan, then yeah, more and more of us are going to start saying, ‘You know, what’s wrong with being independent,’ kind of with that libertarian streak that much of us have.

They’re going to need an anthem, this Freedom Party, and who better to inspire the Palinites than David Hasselhoff?

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Sarah Palin calls Tori Spelling ‘inspiring’

Besides gushing over the former “90210″ prop, the reality show star turned “Today” host defended Jessica Simpson and criticized the new Steve Jobs biopic because she doesn’t like it when actors are paid to play real people. I guess she’d prefer Jobs portray himself.

Why does Sarah Palin speak like a third grader?

The idiot Palin’s response to Rick Santorum’s views on Satan “setting his sights on America” are predictably childish.

And for these lame-stream media characters to get all wee-weed up about that, first you have to ask yourself, ‘Have they ever attended a Sunday school class even?

Worse, she thinks she’s clever.

Sarah Palin defrauds conservatives and still they love her

Sarah Palin’s PAC “is dedicated to building America’s future, supporting fresh ideas and candidates who share our vision for reform and innovation.” Whatever.

Sarah PAC raised $756,000 in the fourth quarter of 2011, contributing only $5,000 to campaigns. The rest of the money went to Palin.

  • $32,572.95 to True North L’Attitudes, for “scheduling.”
  • $60,000 to Throw Them All Out author Peter Schweizer for “issue consulting.” Schweizer is largely handed conceptual credit for the anti-”crony capitalism” riff Palin started using in September 2011.
  • $47,750 to Passcode Creative, for video production.

Palin’s bus tour accounted for 10 percent of the donations. While in Iowa she splurged on two $600 meals at Des Moines’ 801 Chop House, a favorite among politicos.

Golden Corral must’ve been too crowded.