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Tammy Bruce Discusses Sarah Palin’s Re-Tweet [And Gives Us A Real Insight Into The Mind Of The Liberal]

Posted by Gary P Jackson on January 4, 2011

By Gary P Jackson

By now you know it’s officially been a slow news day as “journalists” nationwide are down to analyzing not what Sarah Palin tweets or writes for Facebook, but what she has re-tweeted!

For those unfamiliar with Twitter, it’s a medium where one communicates in 140 characters at a time. Not only can speak your mind, or send out information, as you read the same from others that you follow, you can share what they said with others by “re-tweeting” it to your followers. It’s pretty common practice. Of course as seasoned tweeps will tell you, a re-tweet is not necessarily a complete endorsement of a statement.

This brings us the the story that is dominating the headlines today. On Monday night Tammy Bruce, discussing people who bash gays,and DADT, tweeted the following statement, which as you see, was re-tweeted by Sarah:

As one would imagine, our illustrious national media …. proving they have no concept of how Twitter works …. lost their minds because Sarah “used a gay slur“: “homo.” I mean I guess the media doesn’t understand how Twitter works, and couldn’t comprehend the fact that Tammy Bruce is the one who said it, not Sarah.

That are they are just dishonest hacks as we have known all along!

We love Tammy Bruce because, just like Sarah, she speaks her mind, and doesn’t care what others think about it. [or her] A recovering liberal, Tammy is a strong advocate for Conservatism. I think many recovering liberals, once enlightened make some of the strongest Conservatives. They’ve seen it from both sides. One of our greatest leaders of all times, Ronald Reagan, was once a democrat himself! 

Tammy tweeted this not long after Sarah re-tweeted her statement:

She was mostly correct. Long time supporters of Sarah’s know that she supports equality for all people, including gays. That’s what Conservatism is all about. Those who read Sarah’s first book, Going Rogue, know one of her oldest friends is gay. We also know that while Sarah doesn’t support gay marriage, as Governor she vetoed legislation that would have discriminated against gay couples, on constitutional grounds. Sarah is one to take the Rule of Law seriously.

I’ve read dozens of articles today and almost all of them get it wrong. As our friend Josh Painter, in his excellent analysis of the whole thing points out, Sarah spoke out against DADT last February in a lengthy interview on Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace:

WALLACE: “Should the rule ‘don’t ask — don’t tell’ for the Military be repealed?

PALIN: “I don’t think so right now. I’m surprised that the President spent that on his State of the Union speech when he only spent about nine percent of his time in the State of the Union on national security issues. And I say that because there are other things to be worried about right now with the Military.

You can read the rest of Josh’s excellent piece here.

Josh also rightly notes the media chose to make a story of this, but ignored another tweet of Sarah’s on Monday. That one dealt with the rise of the price of gasoline, and how the Obama regime has greatly contributed to it.

That doesn’t fit the narrative though. One, the corrupt media would never admit their messiah is screwing us all. Royally. Two, they’d have to talk about Sarah’s expertise in the field of energy, and how she is pushing for energy independence. That would screw up the “she’s a dummy” meme, wouldn’t it!

The bottom line is yes, Sarah supports Liberty and Freedom for all. Not exactly breaking news!

No she is not on board with Congress’ repeal of DADT, but I suspect that has to do more with her experience as a Commander-in-Chief, and the realization that at a time of war, this is no time for social engineering in the military. There are more important objectives that need to be met. A leader knows how to prioritize.

Tammy Bruce responded to all of this on her radio show. She explains how the realization that Sarah Palin doesn’t “hate the gays” really ruins the radical left’s entire world! She also takes the left to task for being a bunch of closed mined sheeple who all march lock in step, incapable of thinking for themselves.

An excellent analysis of the entire movement.

This is why we love Tammy so much. No one understands how morally bankrupt the left is better than her. And no one calls them out as strongly for it.

2 Responses to “Tammy Bruce Discusses Sarah Palin’s Re-Tweet [And Gives Us A Real Insight Into The Mind Of The Liberal]”

  1. Stuart Shepherd said

    Mr. Jackson-
    While I agree with 99.9% of what you write and certainly with the “spirit” of it (we are “brothers”) I think it is important to make one particular distinction. Conservatism is not necessarily “all about” (as you have stated) “equality for all people.” The minimum unifying criteria for being labeled an (American) “conservative,” it seems to me would be a belief in the rule of the people, as expressed in a democratic Republic defined by both the spirit and the letter of the Constitution and the resultant “rule of law.” If you meant an equal VOICE in the political process as expressed in the right to VOTE, then I would agree with you. As a SOCIAL conservative, I strongly oppose “gay marriage,” while supporting any type of legal commitment anyone, anywhere, wants to make to someone else or any legal public display of it they want to make. Anti-sodomy laws, when they existed, were not typically thought of as “conservative” but as an expression of the moral sensibilities of the people, codified as law. Barry Goldwater, considered the “father” of the modern conservative movement by many (a significant influence on Reagan) derided the “religious right” of his day concerning their opposition to gays in the military (I think he said, “I don’t care if they ARE straight, I care if they can SHOOT straight!”). Clinton’s “don’t ask, don’t tell” seemed extremely pragmatic, sensible, and fair to me, but that’s water under the bridge at this point.
    Anyway, I thought I’d make that point- “conservative” should have as specific meaning as possible to be a useful title and an effective “abbreviated” way of identifying one’s beliefs. Thank you, brother!

    • Gary P said

      You and I are on the exact same page. You articulated it better than me.

      When I think of equality, I think of equality of OPPORTUNITY, not equality of OUTCOME. It’s very unrealistic to think everyone can have the same outcome in any given situation. There is something incredibly wrong [mentally] with those that can’t seem to accept that, or as we call them, democrats.

      The Constitution was designed to get everyone the same jumping off point, the same start. After that, it’s up to the individual to succeed. It’s a lot harder than sitting around waiting for your government cheese, but the great thing about America is there is no limit to where anyone with talent and desire can go.

      Progressives complain there is no “bottom.” The thing they miss is there is no “top” either. Conservatism, which is based of first principles, seeks to have people rise up, and improve their lot in live. Progressives on the other hand, want to penalize success. They want to drag the successful down to the level of the non-successful, all in the name of “fairness and equality.” It’s a rather disturbing and evil ideology.

      Our system is hard, but it also offers maximum Freedom and Liberty, if one wishes to take advantage of it!

      As for gays, I really don’t care what people do in their bedrooms. Just don’t.

      I know people complained about Clinton with DADT, but as you so well stated, it was a pragmatic solution to a complicated issue. I have no doubt that General George Washington had a gay or two under his command. So gays in the American military is nothing new. In fact, to me DADT made sense.

      The military is not the place for individualism of any kind. Not just the gay lifestyle. In the military you stop being a single person, and become part of a cohesive unit. While having gays in the military hasn’t exactly hurt anything, allowing them to be openly gay has the potential for a lot of problems.

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