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Archive for December 6th, 2010

Sarah Palin Hunts Caribou with Her Dad

Posted by Dr. Fay on December 6, 2010

The Daily Caller posted the segment of  Sunday night’s “Sarah Palin’s Alaska” in which Sarah shoots and kills a caribou.   Governor Palin made several attempts with a gun with a scope on which the calibration was off,  causing her to shoot high of the target.   But when she changed guns, she felled the animal with her first shot.

After a couple practice shots with the suspect gun, Heath laughed and admitted, “I owe Sarah five dollars.” The scope had indeed been off.

At the end of the day, Palin’s dad was proud of her hunting skills.

“When Sarah shot that caribou, I immediately thought, ‘that’s my girl, that’s the girl I raised, I’m glad I raised her that way,’” Heath said.

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Kathy Griffin Booed By Troops for Bristol Palin Joke; Bristol Responds

Posted by Adrienne Ross on December 6, 2010

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

Kathy Griffin got a lesson in class from the military. I hope she took notes. While hosting “VH1 Divas Salute The Troops,” the troops actually booed her when she made a fat joke about Bristol Palin.

Holly McKay reported on FoxNews.com

Kathy Griffin hosted the VH1 Divas salute to the troops this weekend, but her “jokes” about Bristol Palin being “fat” fell flat.

“She’s the only contestant in the history of the show to actually gain weight,” Griffin said in reference to Bristol’s trip to the finals on “Dancing With the Stars.”

Even after the troops’ loud booing, Griffin continued the attack.

“No, come on, come on. She gained like 30 pounds a week, I swear to God, it was fantastic,” Griffin said. “She’s like the white Precious.”

[…]

But Palin, 20, isn’t letting 50-year-old Griffin’s digs bring her down.

“The audience’s reaction to this ‘comedian’ spoke volumes, and the decent people I know would probably have booed her, too,” Palin told Pop Tarts in an exclusive statement. “I hope people didn’t have to pay money to hear her negativity and criticisms.”

[…]

“Calling Bristol Palin fat is inappropriate and distasteful, even under the guise of humor,” body image expert and author of “Love Your Body Love Your Life,” Sarah Maria, told Pop Tarts. “The problem is that people, and particularly young people, easily absorb the ideas, beliefs, and attitudes that are presented to them. [It’s a problem] when someone makes critical comments about someone else’s body and weight, beliefs such as ‘fat is a horrible thing,’ ‘I am no good unless I am thin.'”

[…]

And while Griffin strutted in a bikini in what she called her “starvation body,” the comedienne wasn’t always so willing to flaunt her figure.

Just last year, the “Suddenly Susan” star admitted that she fell prey to some serious body image issues while seeking out her “big break” in Hollywood. Not only did Griffin get a nose job at the age of 26 in an attempt to improve her appearance, in addition to liposuction that she claims almost killed her, she also reportedly exercised obsessively, starved herself during the day and binged at night.

Having experienced the pain and pressure of show business first-hand, might one think Griffin would be a little mores sensitive to such issues?

“It is quite surprising, given her own experience,” Maria said. “One would hope that her own difficulties would awaken a sensitivity, understanding, and compassion regarding the difficulties of body weight and image in today’s culture.”

Read the full article here.

Of course, this isn’t the first swipe Griffin has taken at a Palin. She seems to be a bit obsessed, even stooping so low as to trespass the Palins’ property, which she managed to do while palling around with Levi Johnston.

Perhaps with the help of being booed by our men and women in uniform, Kathy Griffin will get the not-so-subtle hint: no one is laughing at her mean-spirited–not to mention incorrect–assessment of Bristol’s weight.

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Sarah Palin Passes On RNC

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on December 6, 2010

Interesting. I say, “Sarah, keep your eye on the prize”.

From http://www.abcnews.com:

ABC News’ John Berman and Mary Bruce report:

Sarah Palin isn’t running…for one job at least. She doesn’t appear to be a candidate to Chair the Republican National Committee.

The activist group Tea Party Nation, planned on sending a letter to Palin pleading for her to run.

“We need you as Chairman of the RNC. You have shown in the past no hesitation to take on the establishment,” reads a draft of the letter posted on the Tea Party Nation web-site. “You did it in Alaska. If we end up with establishment control of the GOP and their support for an establishment candidate in 2012, Obama and the socialists will have won.”

But in an exclusive written statement to ABC News, Palin says:

“I respect the desire to have someone in charge of the RNC who understands the wishes of the conservative grassroots and understands that power resides with the people and not the vested interests in DC. However, the primary role of the RNC chair seems be that of fundraiser-in-chief, and there are others who would probably be much more comfortable asking people for money than I would be, and they would definitely enjoy it more.” More

Cross-posted from Sarah Palin Blog

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Mike Potemra: The Palin Juggernaut -How can she not win GOP nomination!-

Posted by citizens4palin on December 6, 2010

When I see the fervor of Sarah Palin’s fans — and by no means just those who swell the adoring crowds who go to her public appearances — I am convinced that the question is not, “How can she win the GOP nomination?” but “How can she not win it?” When you have anywhere between five and fifteen GOP candidates, all expressing basically the same conservative views, how can anyone other than the only one with the passionate fan base possibly win? And yet: Reading between the lines of what conservative-movement people are saying and writing, there is a great deal of worry about the prospect of a Palin nomination.  […]
The choice between Palin and Obama, phrased in the least flattering (to Palin) possible way, is a choice between a woman who may turn out to be seriously inadequate to the job and, therefore, become a failed president; and a man who has already convincingly demonstrated that he is seriously inadequate to the job and, therefore, already is a failed president. This rather changes the “electability” issue, doesn’t it? […]
So far, every gaffe Palin has made and every attack she has endured have only soldered her supporters more securely to her cause. At this point, I think the only way this bond could be broken is through something politically nuclear […]
But there was another politician who faced a similar choice, four years ago: I could be content with the adoring crowds, the bestselling books, the ideological media applauding my every move — or I could go for the presidency. We all know the choice Barack Obama made.

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Governor Palin 4 President Mike Potemra: The Palin Juggernaut -How can she not win GOP nomination!-

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Jon Voight: Sarah Palin Saved Alaska By Stepping Down, I Sure Would Vote For A President Palin

Posted by citizens4palin on December 6, 2010

More than 25 years after the premiere of “Runaway Train,” Voight is back in Alaska this winter to film an Anchorage-based, supernatural thriller. Tentatively titled “Ghost Vision,” the movie stars Voight as a semi-retired Anchorage police detective investigating the disappearance of a young girl.
Here are excerpts from the interview, edited for length:
 
Q. What are your thoughts on Sarah Palin? Are you a fan?
 
A. I’m a big fan. I think she’s a remarkable person.
May I say this, to the Alaskan people. I think you should be very proud of her. She certainly represents the spirit of the Alaskan.
She certainly loves her Alaska. She loves it. But there’s something extraordinary in her. She’s very smart. And the attacks against her, even just based on the attacks against her, I would like her. Because all these mean-spirited people try to find something wrong with this very admirable person. It’s quite transparent that they’re just bad-intentioned folks trying to bring down this very nice gal.
 
Q. Would you vote for her for president?
 
A. I sure would. I sure would vote for her if she was running for president….Some people have said that they were upset with her for leaving the governorship when she did. I disagree with those people. I think she saved Alaska with that move. She had capable people who were going to take over … She was being attacked, she was being prevented from governing. And they knew it. That’s what they were intending to do.
They were going to bring her down. She had to answer all of these nonsense lawsuits and everybody who’s gone through one lawsuit knows the stress that puts on you. The time that it puts on you. The money it draws from you. She was being destroyed in her governance of the state and in her personal well being
What she did was she took the target and moved it. She took it away from Alaska. Great. She did a great service there. And smart as hell.

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Governor Palin 4 President Jon Voight: Sarah Palin Saved Alaska By Stepping Down

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