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’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.
Sarah Palin may get to the White House after all, if Newt Gingrich wins in 2012, that is.
The Republican presidential candidate told CNN Wednesday evening that if he wins the White House, he’d ask the ex-Alaska governor to take a “major role” in his administration.
Every Republican is a victim. According to a former South Carolina GOP chairman who endorsed Rick Perry, it wasn’t the governor’s poor debating performances that did him in.
“We were victims of a drive-by shooting by the liberal press,” he said.
Herman Cain is officially a joke.
Defending his ignorance on foreign policy matters, Cain said Thursday, “We need a leader, not a reader.”
That followed the cancellation of an interview with the New Hampshire Union Leader after the paper refused to exclude C-Span from videotaping it.
“In terms of the research I did on the way campaigns are conducted, you know, so much is about how do you get on the air, how to you get the most media attention, how do you make the most noise. When, in fact, what we’re all looking for is leadership. We don’t want noise. We want people who are going to take care of us.”
–Julianne Moore, portraying Sarah Palin in the upcoming HBO movie “Game Change.” The role required her to say many stupid things so we’ll give Moore a break.
(credit to Bill Maher for the headline)
Alaska Republican Sarah Palin is “on the verge of making her decision of whether or not to run for office” – and her backers should write a check right away, a letter from her political action committee says.
The Sept. 20 letter from SarahPAC treasurer Tim Crawford says: “It’s one of the most difficult and important decisions of her life. And I want her to know that she has our support.”
It continues — the latest.
Sarah Palin‘s juvenile temperament on display in Iowa:
Specifically inviting over reporter Kasie Hunt from Politico so she could hear the exchange, Palin called Pappas’ cell phone and began berating him in a very scolding manner for writing a headline suggesting she supports Romney. Pappas didn’t even know what she was talking about. When he tried to say that neither he nor his editors had written such a headline, she said she didn’t have time for this, that she needed to go back to the “real people” at the State Fair, and hung up on him.
'Wonder Twins power, activate. Form of, a Male-in'
Mr. Perry brought the Fed directly into the campaign debate Monday night by saying it would be “almost … treasonous” for the central bank to play politics by expanding the money supply.
“If this guy prints more money between now and the election,” Mr. Perry said in Cedar Rapids Monday night, without naming Mr. Bernanke, “I don’t know what y’all would do to him in Iowa, but we—we would treat him pretty ugly down in Texas.”
You know what’s really treasonous? Guys with a secession fetish.
If you remain unmoved about Perry please read these next four paragraphs. For me.
Religious conservatives in Texas were stunned in 2007 when Republican Rick Perry became the first governor in the country to order young girls to get a vaccine against a sexually transmitted virus that can cause cervical cancer.
The vaccine would encourage promiscuity, according to many conservatives, who had long supported Perry’s views against abortion and same-sex marriage.
It soon emerged that Perry was close to one of the lobbyists who was pushing for the order and who worked for the vaccine’s New Jersey-based manufacturer. That lobbyist, Mike Toomey, had served as Perry’s chief of staff and has since helped found a super PAC aimed at boosting Perry’s bid for the presidency.
Now Perry, who long defended the vaccine mandate, has reversed his position on the issue as he launches his GOP presidential bid, calling the order “a mistake” and saying he agrees with the Texas legislature’s decision to overturn it.
That’s Greta Van Scientologist’s guess. Palin’s attention deficit disorder must be acting up.
Surprise: The drama queen plays the victim card while strolling the red carpet at the Iowa premiere of the *Palin propaganda opus.
“What would make a celebrity, like you saw on screen, so hate someone that they’d seek their destruction, their death, the death of their children?”
So David Letterman wants to murder Bristol, eh Sarah?
*By the way, the title of the Palin pic, “The Undefeated,” is quite misleading. Besides her failed 2008 run for the Blair House, she finished third in her bid to be Miss Alaska and lost in her quest for the GOP nomination for lieutenant governor in 2002. She’s been defeated as many times as not.
Coach Palin originated it and Michele Bachmann is stealing it, claims Palin daughter Roger Clinton.
I think she dresses a lot like my mom. But a lot, a lot of women have done that the last few years. I do think it’s odd, you know, seeing people with red blazers with their hair up with glasses.
I don’t know if she’s wearing glasses but you want to be “Hummmm, do you think that people don’t notice you’re dressing like my mom?”