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Governor Palin and Sean Hannity – Exclusive Interview Video

Posted by Adrienne Ross on January 17, 2011

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

In her first interview since the Tucson tragedy, Governor Palin spoke openly and honestly with Sean Hannity tonight. In this exclusive interview, they discuss the accusation that she is responsible for the shootings, her use of the term “blood libel,” and the impact the Left’s blame-game might have on her political future. One thing is certain: she will not sit down and shut up.

(Video retrieved from PalinTV)

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After Palin On ‘Hannity’ & Righteous “Blood Libel”Defense;4 Reason’s She Should Be President

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on January 17, 2011

In Palin’s elegant address to the nation after the Arizona tragedy, and her spirited, righteous, “blood libel” defense against the grossly unfair attacks against her by the left-wing media the country saw greatness personified tonight in her interview with Sean Hannity.

To any neutral observer there must be no question that she has assumed the gravitas and depth of character required to lead this nation after four years of left-wing media and Democratic Party attacks on her, and the true fabric of the country (which attacks were soundly rejected in November).

Here are the four main reasons-politics aside, indeed reasons which touch on character, why this amazing person should be the next, healing, leader of America.

1.PALIN IS A WOMAN

I hold with Paglia (Sex And Violence, Or Nature And Art) that the sublimation of the male Dionysian to enable society to function has led to specific aspects of male superiority and the rise of the Apollonian e.g. in the arts. However the Dionysian can’t be held in check “there is no female Hitler or Beethoven” and the negative aspects-war, date rape etc break through.

I believe society will only reach its true heights when the feminine principle is dominant in our political structures (with a majority of seats in Congress etc) and reflects the superior qualities of 51% of the population. I applaud the Scandinavian and Indian governments who have legislated a minimum number of parliamentary seats for women.

I will never forgive the Democrats for what they did to Hillary, whom I voted for-it is America’s loss this astute woman is not President instead of the empty suit incompetent with his equally incompetent advisors. It would be silly to vote for any woman just because of her gender-obviously I believe Palin has the right gender and the right qualities, which include the following;

2.SHE HOLDS TO THE SANCTITY OF LIFE.

It speaks to her moral character that she has held to her beliefs, when others might falter, and carried her child to full term-nobody can take that away from her. I don’t agree fully with her stance on abortion but lean to preserving life if possible. In this age of duplicity I respect her values and her living them. I respect that she believes in counselling and not legislating for further abortion controls. This allows for society to evolve to pro-life in a stable manner and accepts current realities.

3. SHE HAS A PERSONAL MORAL COMPASS

She doesn’t have affairs, she tries to be a good mother.She is upbeat and uplifting, she has character and a love of ordinary folks. She has more qualifications than Truman but is cut from the same cloth.

4.THE ESTABLISHMENT DISLIKES HER

The beltway East/West Coast elites hate her. The ivy leaguers (including G.H.W. Bush) who got America into Vietnam/Iraq who love the great unwashed in the abstract but look down their noses at them as individuals are no more guarantors of economic or any other sort of stability than a common sense person (who has proven achievements) and who is connected to the people.

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The Out of Touch Media

Posted by reagantman on January 17, 2011

Polls are showing that the mainstream media is so out of touch with reality that average people don’t believe an iota of their analyses of Sarah Palin’s America’s Enduring Strength video or that Palin’s Target the 20 map had any meaningful effect on the violence in Arizona. Newspaper columnists, internet pundits and wishful television pundits (some of whom played the Palin video and gave obviously conflicting side by side analysis of it) are finding themselves to be irrelevant after these findings.

In a scientific study by Media Curves, according to Conservatives4Palin, Palin’s “sincerity, believability, and likeability scores improved after the group of 1,437 self-reported Democrats, Republicans, and Independents viewed her speech.”

Also, according to Conservatives4Palin:

…even CNN/Opinion Research, which is usually an Obama-friendly pollster, finds that 59% of adults do not believe “a map on Sarah Palin’s website that marked 20 congressional districts, including the district represented by the congresswoman who was shot, with an image that looked like the crosshairs of a gun” played much of a role in the shooting. What is scary is that a majority of adults who identify with the Democrat Party and a near plurality of minorities actually blame the map a great deal or a moderate amount. Republicans, independents, moderates, conservatives, and adults living in suburban and rural areas overwhelmingly reject this blood libel against Governor Palin.

When real people are asked about the Enduring Strength Palin video or whether or not Palin had any causal effect on the Tucson shootings, Palin comes off well. These findings may not change the mind of kool aid drinking liberal Democrats as they are the only group that responds by knocking Palin’s video or blaming Palin for the shootings, but it does indicate something honest evaluators have been saying all along: that Palin can win the nomination if she can run a strong and convincing campaign. Whether you disagree with some of Nate Silver’s assertions, it would be reasonable to assert that her ability to campaign effectively could win over the non-PDS afflicted who are not so sure just yet.

Despite the media’s manufacturing of psychological reactions which may push some towards thinking Palin might be damaged as a result of what they are seeing in the media, the fact of the matter is people like Larry O’Donnell, Norah O’Donnell, Keith Olbermann, David Frum, Joy Behar and even detractors perceived to be on the right like Joe Scarborough and Charles Krauthammer are a small minority who just happen to have big microphones. A poll conducted by CBS News showed that 57% of the public believes “the heated rhetoric of late played no role in the tragedy” and subsequent polls concur. T.A. Frank wrote an article titled “How the Media Botched the Arizona Shooting” on New Republic which clearly substantiates the point.

A note to Joe Scarborough: this is not the end of Palin’s political career, King Nothing. It’s the end of the media’s grasp on the minds of America.

The fact that people are flocking to Palin’s defense despite the obnoxiously loud megaphone of the media could mean that we are finally seeing a shift and backlash that bodes well for Palin down the road as she campaigns for the hearts and minds of the undecideds. This backfired “blood libel” that was unleashed upon her and fellow conservative is resulting finally in the backlash that has long eluded us following Media Malpractice by John Ziegler, the Ethicsgate video about the Alaska Bloggers and the smoking gun of the Journolister scandal.

Palin’s video is the unveiling of the presidential Palin. It is in a sense, her first moment of presenting herself not as a Fox News contributor, not as a political activist, not as an author and not as a professional speaker, but rather as someone who will now be addressing national issues as she possibly prepares to run for president.

Stop believing the media. The primaries are when they let the real people in the game. That’s when you will get the real analysis of where Sarah Palin really stands. That analysis will not come from pompous, out touch, self-serving and agenda driven talking heads. That analysis will come from us, the people who vote and the people who understand the real deal sans the fantasy and fiction.

Read here to see what type of reaction to Palin’s Hannity interview we should expect from the mainstream media.

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A Reminder Of Who The Corrupt “Journalists” Are

Posted by Gary P Jackson on January 17, 2011

By Gary P Jackson

With the democrat’s blood libel against Sarah Palin, it’s a good time to remind people who their media partners are. Last year the JournoList scandal broke, as e-mails revealed their was a conspiracy among some of the nation’s top “journalists” and members of academia to shape the news to fit the left wing narrative, as well as a concerted effort to harm Sarah Palin, and protect Barack Obama. To hide his radical past, and shady associates, from the American people.

We wrote numerous articles at the time, including: Journolist Media And Academic Members Exactly What You Expected: Communists, Socialists, And George Soros Stooges.

Here are the 151 known members of the JournoList conspiracy. See how many you recognize as contributors to the blood libel of Sarah Palin, and the attacks on all Conservatives, for the actions of a left wing mad man.

1. Spencer Ackerman – Wired, FireDogLake, Washington Independent, Talking Points Memo, The American Prospect

2. Thomas Adcock – New York Law Journal

3. Ben Adler – Newsweek, POLITICO

4. Mike Allen – POLITICO

5. Eric Alterman – The Nation, Media Matters for America

6. Marc Ambinder – The Atlantic

7. Greg Anrig – The Century Foundation

8. Ryan Avent – Economist

9. Dean Baker – The American Prospect

10. Nick Baumann – Mother Jones

11. Josh Bearman – LA Weekly

12. Steven Benen – The Carpetbagger Report

13. Ari Berman – The Nation

14. Jared Bernstein – Economic Policy Institute

15. Michael Berube – Crooked Timer, Pennsylvania State University

16. Brian Beutler – The Media Consortium

17. Lindsay Beyerstein – Freelance journalist

18. Joel Bleifuss – In These Times

19. John Blevins – South Texas College of Law

20. Sam Boyd – The American Prospect

21. Ben Brandzel – MoveOn.org, John Edwards Campaign

22. Shannon Brownlee – Author, New America Foundation

24. Rich Byrne – Playwright

25. Jonathan Chait – The New Republic

26. Lakshmi Chaudry - In These Times

27. Isaac Chotiner – The New Republic

28. Ta-Nehisi Coates – The Atlantic

29. Michael Cohen – New America Foundation

30. Jonathan Cohn – The New Republic

31. Joe Conason – The New York Observer

32. Lark Corbeil – Public News Service

33. David Corn – Mother Jones

34. Daniel Davies – The Guardian

35. David Dayen – FireDogLake

36. Brad DeLong – The Economists’ Voice, University of California at Berkeley

37. Ryan Donmoyer – Bloomberg News

38. Adam Doster - In These Times

39. Kevin Drum – Washington Monthly

40. Matt Duss – Center for American Progress

41. Gerald Dworkin – UC Davis

42. Eve Fairbanks – The New Republic

43. Henry Farrell - George Washington University

44. Tim Fernholz – American Prospect

45. Dan Froomkin – Huffington Post, Washington Post

46. Jason Furman – Brookings Institution

47. James Galbraith – University of Texas at Austin

48. Kathleen Geier – Talking Points Memo

49. Todd Gitlin – Columbia University

50. Ilan Goldenberg – National Security Network

51. Arthur Goldhammer – Harvard University

52. Dana Goldstein – The Daily Beast

53. Andrew Golis – Talking Points Memo

54. Jaana Goodrich – Blogger

55. Merrill Goozner – Chicago Tribune

56. David Greenberg – Slate

57. Robert Greenwald – Brave New Films

58. Chris Hayes – The Nation

59. Don Hazen – Alternet

60. Jeet Heer – Canadian Journolist

61. Jeff Hauser – Political Action Committee, Dennis Shulman Campaign

62. Michael Hirsh – Newsweek

63. James Johnson – University of Rochester

64. John Judis – The New Republic, The American Prospect

65. Foster Kamer – The Village Voice

66. Michael Kazin – Georgetown University

67. Ed Kilgore - Democratic Strategist

68. Richard Kim – The Nation

69. Charlie Kireker – Air America Media

70. Mark Kleiman – UCLA The Reality Based Community

71. Ezra Klein – Washington Post, Newsweek, The American Prospect

72. Joe Klein – TIME

73. Robert Kuttner – American Prospect, Economic Policy Institute

74. Paul Krugman – The New York Times, Princeton University

75. Lisa Lerer - POLITICO

76. Daniel Levy – Century Foundation

77. Ralph Luker – Cliopatria

78. Annie Lowrey – Washington Independent

79. Robert Mackey - New York Times

80. Mike Madden – Salon

81. Maggie Mahar – The Century Foundation

82. Dylan Matthews – Harvard University

83. Alec McGillis – Washington Post

84. Scott McLemee - Inside Higher Ed

85. Sara Mead – New America Foundation

86. Ari Melber – The Nation

87. David Meyer – University of California at Irvine

88. Seth Michaels - MyDD.com

89. Luke Mitchell – Harper’s Magazine

90. Gautham Nagesh – The Hill, Daily Caller

91. Suzanne Nossel – Human Rights Watch

92. Michael O’Hare – University of California at Berkeley

93. Josh Orton – MyDD.com, Air America Media

94. Rodger Payne – University of Louisville

95. Rick Perlstein – Author, Campaign for America’s Future

96. Nico Pitney – Huffington Post

97. Harold Pollack – University of Chicago

98. Katha Pollitt – The Nation

99. Ari Rabin-Havt – Media Matters

100. Joy-Ann Reid – South Florida Times

101. David Roberts – Grist

102. Lamar Robertson – Partnership for Public Service

103. Sara Robinson – Campaign For America’s Future

104. Alyssa Rosenberg – Washingtonian, The Atlantic, Government Executive

105. Alex Rossmiller - National Security Network

106. Michael Roston – Newsbroke

107. Laura Rozen - POLITICO, Mother Jones

108. Felix Salmon – Reuters

109. Greg Sargent – Washington Post

110. Thomas Schaller – Baltimore Sun

111. Noam Scheiber – The New Republic

112. Michael Scherer – TIME

113. Mark Schmitt – American Prospect, The New America Foundation

114. Rinku Sen – ColorLines Magazine

115. Julie Bergman Sender – Balcony Films

116. Adam Serwer – American Prospect

117. Walter Shapiro – PoliticsDaily.com

118. Kate Sheppard – Mother Jones

119. Matthew Shugart – UC San Diego

120. Nate Silver – FiveThirtyEight.com

121. Jesse Singal - The Boston Globe, Washington Monthly

122. Ann-Marie Slaughter - Princeton University

123. Ben Smith – POLITICO

124. Sarah Spitz – KCRW

125. Adele Stan – The Media Consortium

126. Paul Starr – The Atlantic

127. Kate Steadman – Kaiser Health News

128. Jonathan Stein – Mother Jones

129. Sam Stein – Huffington Post

130. Matt Steinglass – Deutsche Presse-Agentur

131. James Surowiecki – The New Yorker

132. Jesse Taylor – Pandagon.net

133. Steven Teles – Yale University

134. Mark Thoma - The Economists’ View

135. Michael Tomasky – The Guardian

136. Jeffrey Toobin – CNN, The New Yorker

137. Rebecca Traister - Salon

138. Tracy Van Slyke – The Media Consortium

139. Paul Waldman - Author, American Prospect

140. Dave Weigel – Washington Post, MSNBC, The Washington Independent

141. Moira Whelan – National Security Network

142. Scott Winship - Pew Economic Mobility Project

143. J. Harry Wray – DePaul University

144. D. Brad Wright – University of NC at Chapel Hill

145. Kai Wright – The Root

146. Holly Yeager – Columbia Journalism Review

147. Rich Yeselson – Change to Win

148. Matthew Yglesias – Center for American Progress, The Atlantic Monthly

149. Jonathan Zasloff - UCLA

150. Julian Zelizer – Princeton University

151. Avi Zenilman – POLITICO

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Sarah Palin: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Posted by Gary P Jackson on January 17, 2011

Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.

~ Martin Luther King, Jr.

By Gary P Jackson

Sarah Palin on Dr Martin Luther King, Jr.:

Today is a day to reflect on the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr. King dedicated himself to justice and the struggles of an imperfect world. In the face of fierce opposition, he stood up for the oppressed, and he ultimately sacrificed all for equality and freedom. His was a remarkable life of love and service for all mankind. His work must continue.

With Dr. King’s faith in God and his unwavering hope in a brighter, stronger future, let us recommit today to continuing his work for a more peaceful and just nation.

~ Sarah Palin

Dr King’s “I Have A Dream” speech. It’s as relevant today as ever. Dr King worked to peacefully change the world.:

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Ha! Left Wing Scoundrels Hilariously Declare Sarah Palin’s Career Is Over!

Posted by Gary P Jackson on January 17, 2011

By Gary P Jackson

In the wake of the Arizona massacre, the despicable act of a mad man, the democrat party has engaged in a jihad against Sarah Palin. A blood libel. After spending days slandering her, subjecting her to death threats from their blood thirsty zombie followers, the left then got upset all over again when she had the audacity to actually defend herself. Which she did magnificently, in a speech befitting a Commander-in-Chief, entitled: America’s Enduring Strength.

Of course, many in the Republican establishment, the country clubbers, the blue bloods, were all too happy to do what they always do, and enable the democrats in their mission to destroy anything good and decent in America. It came as no surprise when the usual suspects chimed in, joining the left wing chorus.

Honestly, I wish I had a dime for every time some nimrod declared Sarah Palin’s career was over. I could retire a wealthy man. We’ve seen that every time the elites, the Ruling Class, has declared her finished, Sarah Palin has only become stronger. More powerful.

Although she asks the question: “What does it take to end a political career?” Laura Curtis puts together quite a list of what WON’T end your political career, especially if you are a democrat!

You know what doesn’t end a political career?

* Being found guilty of 11 ethics violations. (Charlie Rangel, D-NY)

* Stuffing your pants with classified documents, stealing and destroying them. (Sandy Berger, Bill Clinton’s National Security Advisor, went on to become a Hillary Clinton campaign advisor in 2008.)

* A prostitution scandal. (Democrat Elliot Spitzer, then Governor of NY, now cohost of Parker Spitzer and David Vitter, R-LA, still in office, were clients. Barney Frank, D-MA, still in office; his boyfriend ran a prostitution ring from their home!)

* Having the FBI find $90,000 in your freezer. (William Jefferson, D-LA, was re-elected while under federal investigation.)

* Being a Klan leader, and saying “white niggers” on TV. (Robert Byrd – D-WV, re-elected until he died while in office) In contrast, Trent Lott, R-MS, was driven from his post as Minority Leader for complimenting former Dixiecrat Strom Thurmond at a birthday party.

* Being found guilty of defamation. (Al Sharpton is currently a radio host, and regularly appears on cable network opinion shows.)

* Plagiarism and an ongoing series of gaffes. (Joe Biden)

* Calling Jews “hymies” and New York City, “Hymietown;” fathering an illegitimate child (Reverend Jesse Jackson, who is still active politically and still welcome as a guest on cable news networks.)

* Being an unindicted co-conspirator in the Abscam scandal. (Jack Murtha, D-PA, re-elected until he died in office.)

* Being caught on tape smoking crack cocaine. (Marion Barry, Democratic mayor of Washington, DC, went on to serve on the Washington D.C. City Council and another term as mayor after his release from prison.)

* Association with a domestic terrorist. (Barack Obama)

* Swimming away and letting Mary Jo Kopechne drown, and offering to help the Soviet Union defeat America’s most formidable enemy: President Ronald Reagan. (Ted Kennedy, D-MA, re-elected until he died in office.)

It’s a relief, after all that, to learn there are some lines that just can’t be crossed. That line, according to the MSNBC brain trust, is speaking up after being widely – and utterly falsely – accused of being an accessory to murder. Now that Sarah Palin is vanquished and her political career has been declared over, we can all rest easy; the public trust has been restored.

As we have written for a week, democrats are the biggest hypocrites around, and their media allies cover for them like their lives depended on it. It’s time for good, decent Americans to stop allowing democrats and their media partners from demonizing good American Patriots, and to start holding corrupt, lying democrats responsible for their own crimes.

It’s time to render evil, and evil’s messengers impotent.

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Sarah Palin: The American Athena

Posted by Gary P Jackson on January 17, 2011

By Gary P Jackson

Athena is the goddess of war, civilization, wisdom, strength, strategy, crafts, justice and skill in Greek mythology. Athena is also a shrewd companion of heroes and the goddess of heroic endeavor.

Michael Moriarty has written a powerful piece where he takes on hypocrites, progressives [yes, yes, I know, pretty much the same thing] and abortion.

Here is just a taste of his fantastic editorial:

[emphasis mine]

It was, I imagine, inevitable that Man’s faith in his own Scientific Powers would decimate faith in God. Man’s reliance upon the atheistic divinities of Higher Learning – in other words his own faithless intelligence – had to eventually supersede all previous religious faith.

If you couple the hypocrisy of those who claim to be Christian yet defend a “woman’s right to choose“?

Well, since hypocrites were the sinners our Lord Christ most condemned, even the Communist and homicidally devout Muslims fare better before the Last Judgment than much of the Christian world.

False prophets abound now.

All say they’re Christian, yet all defend a woman’s right to murder her gestating infant.

[ .... ]

Along comes a woman out of the wilderness of Alaska who gives birth to a child whom the Progressive world would have executed by abortion; and, on top of that, she shows America how to hunt in the wilderness for the very food we eat.

Sarah the Huntress!

Do you know her real and increasing power of magnetism?

She hunts hypocrisy and hypocrites in the same way.

Eats her kill of hypocrites!

Devours them whole!!

God bless Sarah Palin!!!

We all know, deep in our hearts, that our enemy, Muammar al-Gaddafi of Libya, was right when he said, “9/11 happened because of American hypocrisy.”

With the Kennedy assassination came an open killing season of the least hypocritical leaders in our midst, culminating in the death of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.

Rev. King said abortion was “genocide“. His honesty was unquestionably one of the reasons he just, as the Progressive pro-abortionists say, “had to be aborted“.

[ .... ]

Recently Sarah Palin has been accused of contributing to the cold-bloodedly insane shooting of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and the death of many others and she has responded eloquently and with increasing Presidential gravitas.

Sarah Palin doesn’t hide who she is and what she really stands for. Most of the world leadership does hide. Though, as a huntress, Sarah hides from her quarry to get a good shot, the American public, thanks to television, were right there with her.

Millions of Americans watching Sarah hunt! She hunts The Hypocrites with the same ferocity she hunts wild game. She hunts the lies of The Hypocrites and shoots those lies with the Truth of Common Sense.

The Jesuits, while sharing with me the fruits of their motto, Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam, led me early in life into the mysteries of ancient Greece.

The most enlightened of the priests knew and still know that the Gods of Greek literature, from Zeus to Athena to Dionysius, have much to tell us about who and what we are, even as Catholics.

In the case of Sarah Palin, we have Artemis or, as she is more generally known, Diana The Huntress.

In the case of Sarah, however, she has now become a Mother Goddess.

Mamma Grizzly!

Therefore, in my eyes at least, Sarah is as wise as Athena! Protected as she is now by the entire Christian Holy Trinity, Sarah The Huntress of Hypocrisy was sent here by whatever Gods or Goddesses you might believe in, and unleashed to hunt the hypocrites in power.

She is not only America’s best hope for leadership but the world’s as well.

I see no other destiny for her other than the Presidency of the United States.

Her predecessor, Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher of England, gave us our first taste of a Mamma Grizzly. We are now more than ready for her return as Sarah The Huntress of Hypocrites and as Sarah the American Athena.

While approaching the theme of this editorial, I had entitled it The Scientific Age of Self-Delusion.

With greater technological progress at every turn and scientific discoveries which only inspire further encroachments upon the traditional values of the Judeo-Christian Civilization, the French Enlightenment – that small but lethal herd of pretentious despots – virtually inspired the horrors of both the French Revolution and the Imperial ambitions of Napoleon Bonaparte.

[ .... ]

It doesn’t take a Sherlock Holmes to smell the hypocrisy. Drop either the prayer act or the evasions on abortion.

Not only can you not have it both ways, the two horses pulling you to fame and money will ultimately head off toward the two different directions which they were destined for in the first place. Fame does have its spiritual side: there is nothing you can hide for very long.

Such hypocrisy as I have noted, however, gloated when it nailed our Lord to the Cross. Why then has History enthroned Christ and demonized the Pharisees?

The very lifestyle of the Pharisees, running with the hares and hunting with the hounds, became the increasing and eternal image of Pharisaical hypocrisy.

Ye hypocrites!” declared our Lord. “You heap on other people pains which you yourselves could not endure!

It has also been translated as “Ye lawyers!” Sarah Palin has never been a lawyer. Perhaps that is what most terrifies the Hypocrite Establishment.

She was never one of them.

Read more here.

Michael Moriarty is a Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning actor who starred in the landmark television series Law and Order from 1990 to 1994. His recent film and TV credits include The Yellow Wallpaper, 12 Hours to Live, Santa Baby, and Deadly Skies.

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Rasmussen: 75% Want ObamaCare Changed/Repealed/Replaced

Posted by Gary P Jackson on January 17, 2011

By Gary P Jackson

More bad news for the Obama regime:

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 75% of Likely U.S. Voters want to change the law, while only 18% want it left alone. Those figures include 20% who want the law repealed and nothing done to replace it, 28% who want it repealed and then have its most popular provisions put into a new law and 27% who say leave the law in place but get rid of the unpopular provisions.

It is worth noting that a majority (55%) take one of the middle ground approaches—repeal and replace or leave it and improve.

Overall, 48% take an approach that starts with repeal.

52% of voters said Congress should review the health care bill piece by piece and keep the parts it likes. Thirty-nine percent (39%) disagreed and said Congress should scrap the whole bill and start all over again.

Most Republicans and unaffiliated voters prefer to start with repeal. Most Democrats prefer to start by leaving the law in place. Republicans are fairly evenly divided between repealing the law and doing nothing or repealing the law and putting its popular provisions into a new law. Democrats are fairly evenly divided between leaving the law alone or starting with the existing law and removing the unpopular provisions.

Not surprisingly, the Republican-controlled House of Representatives favors starting with repeal, while the Democratic-controlled Senate prefers to start by leaving the existing law in place and possibly considering improvements.

Most government workers prefer to start with the existing law in place, while most entrepreneurs prefer to start with repeal. Those who work for others in the private sector are more evenly divided. Most voters under 30 prefer to start with the existing law in place, while most over 50 prefer to start with repeal.

From the beginning, polling has shown that some portions of the law are popular. However, the cost and means of paying for the law are unpopular as is the individual mandate.

Americans have been against this government takeover of health care from the start, and protested loudly before ObamaCare ever became law. As democrats keep doubling down on this sort of legislation, they are making themselves irrelevant.

We expect the legislation to completely repeal ObamaCare to reach the president’s desk. If he vetoes it, it will not only end his presidency, but the party as it now exists. The American people are tired and fed-up.

EDITOR’S NOTE:

For Governor Palin’s remarks about Obamacare, see her Facebook notes:

Obamacare = Stray Dog, So Says President
Saturday, January 30, 2010
http://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=274945918434

Fact-checking Obamacare Summit
Friday, February 26, 2010
http://www.facebook.com/sarahpalin#!/notes/sarah-palin/fact-checking-obamacare-summit/325582403434

With a Stiff Spine America Must Stand Against Obamacare
Sunday, March 14, 2010
http://www.facebook.com/notes/sarah-palin/with-a-stiff-spine-america-must-stand-against-obamacare/362023333434

Lies, Damned Lies – Obamacare 6 Months Later; It’s Time to Take Back the 20!
Thursday, September 23, 2010
http://www.facebook.com/sarahpalin#!/note.php?note_id=433315368434

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Feminists Stood By Silently As Palin Was Subject To A Blood Libel to Their Undying Shame

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on January 17, 2011

It is of course perfectly legitimate to disagree with Palin’s opinions. Not just to disagree politically and academically but, in the good old American tradition of strenuous discourse, sarcastically, stridently and of course loudly (loudly in the computer age is ALL CAPITALS AND EXCLAMATION MARKS !!!)

What is not legitimate is to attack Palin as a woman, either her female persona or her physical female being. It not being legitimate has not stopped the liberal press and bloggers and their commentators from descending into the very pits of foul mouthed rampant sexism.The lowest of the low include The Huffington Post, Daily Kos and the beyond disgusting Wonkette, and of course Slate which was considered to be of a higher standard. The execrable Christopher Hitchens had this to say about Palin there; “That bloom will soon enough fade, and it will fade really quickly if she uses it to prostitute herself to the Nixonites on one day and then to tease the rabble on the next.”

The Trig Truthers in their various guises are simply deluded and laughable, huddled together in their jealousy and conspiracies, and poor Sullivan in The Atlantic is off on another planet in his obsession-they are best ignored. It is now obvious to any observer that Palin is “she who must be destroyed” as she is clearly a major threat to the liberals.

The fact is that not only is she still standing after all their best efforts, is driving them to unbefore seen heights of vituperative attack.What this has done is to expose the feminists as first and foremost, a tool and adjunct of the Democrats. Not only were they happy to ignore Bill Clinton’s escapades, (imagine if that had been Reagan) and quiet when Hillary was being torn down, but have been happy to join the chorus attacking Palin.

Only when Letterman got into the gutter with his snideness about Palin’s daughter did NOW stick its head above the parapet. Where were the howls of outrage about Newsweeks sexist cover of Palin? What would have been the reaction if that had been Michelle Obama? No one is asking women to support a woman politician just because she is female, but for the feminist movement to have any credibility at all they surely must now take a stand against the gross sexism, disgusting foul mouthed comments on the likes of Wonkette and Gawker.

There is however, sadly, yet another dimension to the left’s attacks on Palin, which Gretchen Carlson so rightly highlighted-the attacks on Plain over the Tucson shootings were, in part, because she is a woman.

The so called feminist movement is, along with the wider left, totally shamed by the rush to judgement last week by all aspects of the “progressive” movement which jumped in, boots and all, to accuse Palin of having “blood on her hands” over the Tucson tragedy. Of all those who are shamefaced the most culpable are the feminists-not because of what they said, but because of what they did not say, as they stood idly by as a guiltess woman was charged with a blood libel. Shame on them

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