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Archive for February 28th, 2010

Palin scheduled for Leno return

Posted by loricalabrese on February 28, 2010

Jay Leno faces an uphill battle to reclaim his spot as host of “The Tonight Show.” Leno’s return Monday night has many people wondering if he can win back viewers, barely eight months after Conan O’Brien’s debut.

NBC is hoping to see higher ratings and has been busing preparing and lining up guests. Jamie Foxx will join Leno for his first show on March 1, alongside Olympic medallist Lindsey Vonn and musician Brad Paisley.

Sarah Palin and Olympic snowboarder Shaun White will be welcomed on March 2.

Palin’s last appearance on The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien garnered a huge response as she graced the stage during an interpretative reading of “Going Rogue” by William Shatner.  Palin tackled her own reading of Shatner’s autobiography “Up Till Now.”

NBC said Monday that other guests set for Leno’s first week back include Olympic champion Apolo Anton Ohno, Simon Cowell, Kristen Stewart, Avril Lavigne, Morgan Freeman and Matthew McConaughey.

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Ann Coulter says Palin’s created more jobs than Obama

Posted by loricalabrese on February 28, 2010

Ann Coulter, an American conservative social and political commentator, author, and syndicated columnist, is known for stirring the pot and at CPAC, Coulter did not disappoint as one of the conference’s most anticipated speakers.

Coulter’s speech resembled more of a comic routine and roused the audience as she took shots at everyone from the Obamas to the late Ted Kennedy.

Coulter said that since President Obama was elected, “For the first time in my life, I’m sometimes not proud of my country,” rousing cheers from the crowd. She was alluding to a moment from the 2008 campaign trail when Michelle Obama said, “For the first time in my adult life, I am really proud of my country.”

Another Coulter one-liner that received cheers from the packed crowd was when she joked that former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has created more jobs than Mr. Obama. “She’s created at least 11 jobs fact-checking at the AP just for the Palin autobiography,” she said.

While praising Republicans for their recent wins in states including Massachusetts, she took a shot at the late Democratic Senator, Ted Kennedy.

“Well, what a difference a year makes! This time last year according to the media the Republicans were finished, dead, moribund – it was the beginning of the Democrats’ thousand-year Reich….The fact that a Republican is now in former Senator Ted Kennedy’s seat must have him rolling in his grave – probably spilling his drink.”

Even Vice President Joe Biden couldn’t escape. Coulter mocked his statement that the end of the Iraq war would be one of the Obama adminitration’s “greatest achievements.”

“Why couldn’t Obama have picked someone respectable as his running mate, you know, like John Kerry did?” Coulter asked.

More winning one-liners by Coulter:

“I might be in favor of national healthcare if it would require all Democrats to get their heads examined.”

“Bill Clinton was recently rushed to the hospital with chest pains.When the doctors asked what his symptoms were, he said he felt like 2 interns were sitting on his chest. He’s fine now, he just had to have a stent surgically inserted into his boxers once they got the interns out. While he was in the hospital he had some minor surgery, while he was there he had Sidney Blumenthal’s lips surgically removed from his buttocks.”

“CNN called the opponents of big government tea-baggers, which is the gayest term I’ve ever heard on CNN other than Anderson Cooper.”

“You’ve been a great crowd, especially since you’re all paid shills for the insurance companies. Anyway, thanks for being here, Keith Olbermann is a girl, God Bless America, and remember – Keith Olbermann is a girl.”

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Palin says Obama’s new health care bill is like putting perfume on a pig

Posted by loricalabrese on February 28, 2010

President Obama hosts his televised health care summit with Republican and Democratic lawmakers on Thursday.

After months of criticism that he wasn’t personally involved in shaping the health-reform conversation, President Obama finally released his own plan for legislation on Monday. However, many are not impressed with the much heralded, “President’s proposal,” including the former Governor of Alaska, Sarah Palin.

“The President has wrestled control of the health care debate away from Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid by finally introducing his own plan. Unfortunately, the White House’s proposal includes everything we found untenable about the old Senate bill – only this one is even more expensive! This is what you might call putting “perfume on a pig.””

Palin took on the new proposal in a Facebook note on Wednesday titled, “More of the Same, Only More Expensive.”

“The President’s proposal doesn’t include pro-free market ideas like allowing people to buy insurance across state lines, giving individual buyers the same tax benefits as those who get insurance through their employers, or instituting real medical liability reform,” Palin said. “Despite the “kumbaya” rhetoric, Democrats are making plans to ram this bill through the Senate using a partisan procedural maneuver that will bypass the normal bipartisan debate process.”

It’s still not entirely clear that Congressional Democrats can pass health reform on their own and many see the health care summit as a political event.

Palin said, “With a government-growing proposal this bad, it’s no wonder the President wants bipartisan cover for it in an election year. Thursday’s health care summit is already being revealed as little more than a photo-op. The Obama administration still denies the existence of the House Republicans’ health care plan that offers alternative solutions to health care challenges – even though the White House website links right to it.”

A new poll says three of four Americans doubt the meeting will lead to a health care agreement, reports Susan Page of USA TODAY.

“The public is clearly opposed to the Democrats’ health care bills,” Palin added. “Americans want to scrap these big-government plans and start over with common-sense, incremental reform. Some on the left have urged Democrats to vote for Obamacare because it’s a foot in the door for universal health care. They understand what’s at stake; so should the rest of us.”

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