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Archive for March 25th, 2011

The Problem with David Frum: A Post by Conservative Girl with a Voice

Posted by conservativegirlwithavoice on March 25, 2011

Palin’s trip to Israel was well received by the majority of Israel and a necessary trip for those considering a run for president. Many individuals are praising Palin for visiting one of the United States’ most trusted friend and ally.  Conservative Radio Host Mark Levin praised Palin for her visit to Israel. In his most recent note posted on Facebook, Levin commends Palin and takes aim at liberal Republican Commentator David Frum, describing him as a “disgraceful, petty, Palin-obsessed Washington-insider” and criticizing him for his recent disappointment in the fact that Palin booked her trip through a Christian tour group and did not take the Washington insider route and use the Republican Jewish Coalition (RJC) to book her trip.

Frum really does not get it, and Levin is right to call him out for his lame attempt to criticize the former Alaska governor and vice presidential candidate just because she did not go conventional route. Who cares which group Palin booked her tour through? It is clear that Frum is once again barking up the wrong tree in his awful attempt to pretend he does not care what Palin does or says, when it is clear he is obsessed with all things @SarahPalinUSA. It is not as if he paid for her trip to Israel. Then again, with his disapproval of her not picking the RJC, is he offering to pay for her next trip? After all, Palin said she cannot wait to return to the holy land. But I am not holding my breath that Frum would fork up much of anything other than ridiculous criticism.  Levin sheds light on Frum’s obsession with Palin picking a Christian tour group over the RJC:

But that’s not good enough for Frum. According to him, she didn’t use the RJC, of which he is a Board member, to handle the event.  As an American, Jew, and conservative, I consider Frum an embarrassment.  With rising anti-Semitism throughout the world and support for Israel weakening in the West, including among young people in the United States, he should be praising her visit and her commitment to Israel.  He should encourage more such trips and meetings by more opinion-makers and politicians, regardless of the group that handles these events.  Instead, Frum focuses on nonsense.  This is why Frum is neither taken seriously nor should be by a growing number of thinking conservatives.

Frum has never hidden his dislike of Palin, but it is his latest comments that are the most surprising considering the fact that Frum is Jewish.  Frum is yet another example of those obsessed individuals who say they do not care about what Palin says or does, yet whenever she does say or do something, they have to find something about it to criticize. This, my friends, is the number one symptom of Palin Derangement syndrome.  Mr. Frum, if you are serious about wanting to be taken seriously, then, I suggest you find something of high intellectual value to complain about. Until you do, I suggest you refrain from stirring up complete and utter nonsense and looking like a fool in the process! That…is…all.

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Obsessed Sullivan: Why Doesn’t Palin Defend herself On Maher’s Show,Talk To Non-Fox Media (Sic)

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on March 25, 2011

Uterus prober Andrew Sullivan asks why Sarah Palin doesn’t go on Bill Maher’s show to defend herself against her attacks. Well perhaps Andrew she doesn’t want to give a massive ratings to a misogynist who called her a “twat”. Unfortunately Sullivan is so plainly obsessed that his human sensitivities have fallen to the wayside.

He accuses Palin of of sticking in her media “cocoon”, of being afraid to go on non-Fox shows where he says she will get caught out in her “voluminous lies.” Again, Sullivan’s obsession blinds him to the many times Palin has been interviewed non-Fox including an extensive interview with the BBC, Leno, Oprah,Walters on ABC, Politico, CNN, Larry King, and various foreign media including this interview with the Indian media

The strange dichotomy that is Sullivan’s attitude to Palin continues however-no matter what the seemingly negative polls about her he finds some positive spin as per his most recent column where he points out that in the Gallup poll which has Palin at 12% if Huckabee doesn’t run she would be tied with Romney. there is some weird love/hate thing going on which lies in the field of psychiatry, not politics.

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Sarah Palin’s Strong Foreign Policy Goes “On The Record”

Posted by Gary P Jackson on March 25, 2011

By Gary P Jackson

After speaking in Naples, Florida Wednesday evening, Sarah Palin went On The Record with Greta Van Susteren. Though teased as a look at Sarah’s trip to Israel, and the possibility of a presidential run, much of the interview centered around Libya and the lack of coherent policy. Sarah Palin comes off as a competent and confident leader in this interview.

The emerging Palin Doctrine can be summed up in her philosophy that if we are going to be involved in these things we must be “in it to win it and if in doubt, get out” I take that to mean, either have a winning mindset from the start, or don’t bother. This go hard or go home attitude is how one wins the future, to borrow a slogan from our President. This is very Reaganesque. His strategy with the Soviet Union could be boiled down to four words: “We win, they lose“.

The world expects a strong United States. It expects the United States to have a strong Commander-in-Chief. History shows when the United States becomes disengaged, or weak on the world stage, very bad things happen.

Both World Wars, the rise of radical Islam, and even the build up to 9/11 can be traced to unengaged, “progressive” Presidents. [Democrats] who were more interested in re engineering the United States, building a socialist utopia, rather than keeping their eye on the ball.

We are seeing all of this play out once again with Obama’s helter-skelter, all over the map, lunacy. The Obama regime’s foreign policy has all the makings for a good screwball comedy. Sadly though, this is real life, and people will die.

As you watch Greta’s interview with Sarah, you see a Commander-in-Chief. An optimistic leader who looks at how things are, sees how things can be. I’m not just talking Foreign policy either. When I hear Sarah Palin speak, I am reminded of the same feelings I got hearing Ronald Reagan speak when he was President. Sarah has that steady, competent leadership ability to get the nation, and the world, back on track.

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