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Gov. Palin: Voters did not make Obama king in 2012

Posted by Dr. Fay on November 21, 2014

Tony Lee at Breitbart reports on the video that Governor Palin posted on Facebook yesterday:

Sarah Palin on Exec Amnesty: Obama Giving Americans ‘Middle Finger,’ Endangering Nation

20 Nov 2014

On Thursday, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin blasted President Barack Obama for endangering the country and screwing American workers–U.S.-born and legal immigrants–of all backgrounds with his executive amnesty for illegal immigrants.

In a video released on her Sarah Palin Channel before Obama’s White House executive amnesty address, Palin, who called for Obama to be impeached on behalf of American workers for his lawlessness on illegal immigration, said Obama is “betraying our trust” by going “against the wishes of the American people” with with his executive amnesty.

“In 2012, voters reelected President Barack Obama but they did not make him king,” she said, noting that the “error of Obama is almost over.”

Palin also mentioned that Obama said that his policies were on the ballot in the midterm elections, and voters elected a new Congress that is opposed to Obama’s agenda. She said the new GOP majority in Congress “has no obligation” to work with Obama to usher in “his agenda to fundamentally transform America.”

Palin said that to Obama, “democracy is an inconvenience” and “something to be discarded when the votes don’t go his way.”  She also said that Obama is “endangering our nation” by sending “an even louder message to the world that illegal  entry will be rewarded and lawlessness in the United States of America will be rewarded.”

She predicted the illegal immigration “flood” will become a “tsunami” after Obama’s executive amnesty. Palin feared that terrorists and dangerous criminals can take advantage of Obama’s executive amnesty and even receive free social services paid for by American taxpayers.

Palin, who has has always stood up for working-class Americans against the bipartisan permanent political class that has always wanted massive amnesty, reiterated that the the “last thing that working-class Americans need is more cheaper labor” flooding into America when many working-class Americans have not recovered from the recession. She said Obama’s executive amnesty will have serious “economic consequences for hard-working Americans of all backgrounds who were born here or came to America legally.” But she Obama does not care about the consequences for American workers and is willing to “appease one part of shrinking political base” and will disregard the law so more  “undocumented Democrats” can come out of the shadows.

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Gov. Palin: America’s eyes are now focused on Louisiana!

Posted by Dr. Fay on November 16, 2014

Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page earlier today:

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North Louisiana, it was so great to be back in Monroe! With your warm southern hospitality you sure made us feel right at home amidst the duck weather that arrived ahead of season! It’s an exciting time here. America’s eyes are wide open after this month’s election, and those eyes are now focused on Louisiana. This sportsman’s paradise is poised to send the final message to Barack Obama in the runoff election on December 6th. Congressman Bill Cassidy is ready to serve in the U.S. Senate as a fighter for Louisiana, as opposed to Senator Mary Landrieu who has been a voice for Barack Obama (voting with him 97% of the time) and has virtually ignored good Louisianans’ concerns for so many years. The status quo has got to go; Louisiana deserves the best, and Dr. Bill Cassidy is the best candidate for this great state! It’s so encouraging to see concerned Americans all across the country rally for the good doctor – including Louisiana’s own Duck Commander, Phil Robertson!

Never been prouder of Col. Rob Maness, a man of great character and commitment to serving our country. His efforts to unify the party behind Dr. Cassidy are truly admirable. (With the Colonel’s bright future in public service, one can envision a future Cassidy/Maness team fighting for conservative principles in Washington.)

And Zach Dasher is a bold, sharp leader with a beautiful family and shining future who has unified behind his former opponent, Dr. Ralph Abraham, for U.S. Congress. Dr. Abraham, another veteran, has a servant’s heart with his “Pilots for Patients” service that provides free flights for patients far from medical care. Thank you to Dr. Abraham’s great charity for letting us use their hangar for the Unity Rally yesterday. Todd felt right at home surrounded by all the aircraft and gear!

Louisiana, your spirit inspires the rest of America; your great candidates bode so well for you on December 6th. We’ll cheer you on as you exercise your right to vote for these good guys. The USA needs them fighting for us all!

Here’s information on Dr. Bill Cassidy: http://billcassidy.com/?gclid=CM-TwOX5_sECFWYLMgod_nMAmg
and Dr. Ralph Abraham: http://www.ralphabraham.com/

- Sarah Palin

photo credit: Dacia Idom/The News-Star

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Governor Palin and Todd also had dinner with Duck Commander Phil Robertson and his family that evening.  Read about that and see the photos  here.

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98-year-old veteran’s last salute on Veterans Day

Posted by Dr. Fay on November 16, 2014

Governor Palin shared a link to this story on her Facebook page yesterday:


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Final Salute: Veteran Dons Uniform on His Deathbed

A proud soldier to the end, U.S. Army veteran Justus Belfield, 98, saluted from his nursing home bed in upstate N.Y. on Veterans Day after donning his uniform for one last time. He died the next day.

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Gov. Palin congratulates Walker and Mallott on their Alaska win

Posted by Dr. Fay on November 15, 2014

Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page today:

Sarah Palin
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Congratulations, Bill Walker & Byron Mallott!
Photo: Congratulations, Bill Walker & Byron Mallott!

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Gov. Palin: Kudos to Richard Engel for his excellent special with Lieutenant General Barbero

Posted by Dr. Fay on November 15, 2014

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Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page last night:

Sarah Palin shared a link.
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Kudos to Richard Engel for his excellent special with Lieutenant General Michael Barbero (ret.) about why we should have kept a residual force on the ground in Iraq to prevent a situation like the rise of ISIS. Barbero candidly admits that our military made the wrong assessment in believing Iraqi forces could take over for us when we withdrew. He explains that they had to believe it at the time because “it was stated policy” – in other words the Obama administration’s policy trumped the reality on the ground, and the result of this political shortsightedness has been the disastrous rise of ISIS. Check out this short video from Engel’s report. It’s great to see another network join the excellent reporting that FOX News has been doing all along on this topic.

http://www.nbcnews.com/video/msnbc-quick-cuts/56425007#56425007

- Sarah Palin

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Barbero: US miscalculated response to ISIS
Video on msnbc.com: Lieutenant General Michael Barbero explains to Richard Engel why he believes U.S. forces should have remained on the ground to train and advise the Iraqi Army more effectively, which would have better prepared them for…

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Gov. Palin: Happy birthday, Secretary Rice!

Posted by Dr. Fay on November 15, 2014

Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page last night:

Sarah Palin
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Happy Birthday, Secretary Rice! Thank you for your leadership and for serving as a great role model for American women. For your birthday, I hope the Browns keep their streak going! Hope you have a great day!

- Sarah Palin

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Gov. Palin: Amnesty by executive fiat is an impeachable offense and should be the last straw

Posted by Dr. Fay on November 14, 2014

Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page this morning:

Sarah Palin
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Check out this transcript of Rush from yesterday explaining the dire situation we’re now in with Obama poised to issue amnesty by executive fiat:
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http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2014/11/13/amnesty_is_irreversibleAs I explained in op-eds many months ago, this is clearly an impeachable offense and really should be the last straw because it’s a direct assault on the suffering American worker of all races and backgrounds. Though I was mocked for saying so at the time, now others are finally agreeing that this is an impeachable offense:

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http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/krauthammer-impeachable-offense_819010.html
I’m in Florida today for a speech, and I look forward to speaking truth on this issue and reminding folks that we were right on this topic and others long before it was fashionable.

- Sarah Palin

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Here is the Limbaugh transcript that she linked to:

Amnesty is Irreversible

November 13, 2014

BEGIN TRANSCRIPT

RUSH: Here’s John in Philadelphia as we head back to the phones.  Thank you for calling.  Great to have you, sir.  Hello.

CALLER:  Hello, Rush.  It really is an honor to speak with you, and we really appreciate everything you do.

RUSH:  Well, thank you very much.

 

 

CALLER:  Look, what Obama’s trying to do with amnesty by granting legalization and amnesty to five million illegals, while it sounds terrible, I think it really is a great opportunity for this nation, especially conservatives.  What we can do is this.  As soon as he announces it, let’s say, “Go ahead and do it,” and we’ll make sure that all of these illegals know that in two years and two months, we will reverse this amnesty, and they will become illegals again.

RUSH:  No, that’s never gonna happen.

CALLER: We’ll have their name and address.

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RUSH:  He can’t hear me ’cause of our phone system.  I’m not being rude, and I don’t want to be rude.  But there’s no reversing this.  This is not like a piece of legislation that you might think you could repeal or vote out or whatever.  You can’t reverse this.  We’ve never, ever reversed an amnesty.  And, by the way, we’ve never repealed an entitlement, either.  Well, that’s not entirely true.

This is a senior citizens Medicare one.  Dan “Rosty” Rostenkowski did that. But that happened within days, not years.  But there’s no upside to this.  A, it’s lawless. We don’t want to applaud lawlessness. There is no political advantage in letting Obama be lawless.  We already won an election.  We don’t need any more evidence to win an election.  “Yeah, let him do this, and it will guarantee us 2016!”

I respectfully have to shut down that kind of thinking.  This is ballgame here.  Obamacare and this are ballgame, in terms of the transformation of this country.  Now, you might think, “Well, Rush, but we’re gonna know who they are!” They’re gonna play games with this, by the way.  They’re not gonna say it’s amnesty.  They’re gonna say we’re just not gonna deport ‘em.

“We’re just taking deportation of these 4.5 or 5 million off the table and therefore they can come out of the shadows, and therefore we will know who they are.” In two years, when we win it all, then we can round ‘em up and send ‘em back?  That’s not gonna happen.  There’s no way that is going to happen.  This thing has to be stopped, and there are ways.

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Gov. Palin: Hope you can join us as we unite for victory in Louisiana tomorrow

Posted by Dr. Fay on November 14, 2014

Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page this afternoon:

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I look forward to being back in northern Louisiana tomorrow as we unite behind our nominee Bill Cassidy as he faces Senator Mary Landrieu in the U.S. Senate runoff on Dec. 6th! Hope you can join us along with the Duck Commander himself Phil Robertson, and Col. Rob Maness, Congressman Cassidy, and many other conservatives as we unite for victory! Please RSVP here:
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Photo: I look forward to being back in northern Louisiana tomorrow as we unite behind our nominee Bill Cassidy as he faces Senator Mary Landrieu in the U.S. Senate runoff on Dec. 6th!  Hope you can join us along with the Duck Commander himself Phil Robertson, and Col. Rob Maness, Congressman Cassidy, and many other conservatives as we unite for victory! Please RSVP here:<br /> http://www.eventbrite.com/e/north-louisiana-gop-victory-rally-tickets-14324469875?aff=facebook </p></blockquote> <p>- Sarah Palin

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Governor Palin congratulates Dan Sullivan on his Senate win

Posted by Dr. Fay on November 13, 2014

Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page yesterday:

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Congratulations, Dan Sullivan!
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Photo: Congratulations, Dan Sullivan!

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Governor Palin’s Veterans Day Messages

Posted by Dr. Fay on November 12, 2014

Retrieved from Sportsman Channel

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Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page on Veterans Day 2014:

Sarah Palin shared a link.


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Happy Veterans Day! Enjoy this short video honoring the sacrifices of America’s finest. http://youtu.be/fV0M-CcMfl8

We’re gearing up to show the country a new season of “Amazing America” on the Sportsman Channel, so be prepared to get your Red, Wild & Blue on!

- Sarah Palin

Sarah Palin’s Sportsman Channel Veterans Day Salute to Service
American Veterans have protected our country and our freedom. And Sportsman Channel honors them with a Veteran Day Salute. The day features a 8 hour marathon…

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Earlier in the day, Governor Palin posted another Veterans Day greeting  accompanied by a very moving video in which Tony Orlando talked about singing his then new “Tie A Yellow Ribbon” song to an audience of 70,000 at the Cotton Bowl where 580 POWs, including now Senator John McCain, were being honored and welcomed home.  Watch the video here.

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