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Archive for July 14th, 2011

Gov. Palin’s enemies further motivate her troops to fight for her

Posted by joshpainter on July 14, 2011

– by Josh Painter
Not that most Sarah Palin supporters need further motivation to fight for her, but check out this excerpt from a Phoenix television station’s news story:

Andrei Cherny, Chairman of the Arizona Democratic Party, predicts a low turnout for the movie.

“I think ‘The Undefeated’ fits as a title until she tries running for President,” said Cherny. “Most people in Arizona are looking for someone more in the mainstream than where Sarah Palin is.”

“I think for folks who are moderates who are in the mainstream, Sarah Palin has no appeal,” said Cherny. “It’s great she’s on Fox and has TV shows and movies, but I think people want a serious leader.”

I don’t how many of you have ever participated in competitive sports, but if you have, this will be familiar to you. There’s a true story which has been repeated many times in high school, college and professional athletics. It goes like this… In the run up to a big game, the coach or a player from one team talks trash about the opposing team. The coach of the opposing team clips the article containing the quote and puts it on his team’s bulletin board and makes sure that every one of his players takes the time to read it. This fires up each player and motivates his team to make an “above and beyond” effort, and they go on win the game.

We believe the above quote by the AZ Democrat party chair is just one such motivator. As of this posting, there are just about 24 hours to go before the curtain goes up on “The Undefeated” in 10 cities. This is a critical time, not only for the Victory Film Group, but by extension for Gov. Palin as well. If the film does not have a big turnout for the premiere tomorrow, we will hear nothing else from the lamestream media and Palin-hating leftist websites for weeks on end.

Let’s serve up a big, steaming platter of crow for that Democrat Party hack in Arizona and watch him try to digest his own spiteful rhetoric. In every way we can think of, let’s motivate every Palin supporter we know to buy tickets and show up to see this film tomorrow, because crunch time is now literally upon us. A list of the 10 theaters where “The Undefeated” will have its world premiere, plus links for purchasing tickets, is here. Have you bought your tickets yet?

Cross-posted from Texans for Sarah Palin

– JP

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“The Other McCain” Leads the Chorus Lauding Palin’s Attack On Obama On The Hannity Show.

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on July 14, 2011

The hugely influential “The Other McCain” has led the chorus of major sites lauding Sarah Palin’s interview on Hannity. The theme seems to be that she was straightforwarded, presidential and offered clear, common sense solutions to the budget stand off and brought revealing criticism of the president.

“I don’t trust this President. . . . He doesn’t know how to make those cuts. He’s never had to do this before. He’s always just been one to spend other people’s money even if that money is just borrowed money or printed out of thin air. He’s never had to exercise real executive authority like that.”
To which McCain commented;

“Exactly right! Go through Obama’s resume and try to find when he was ever in a position of executive authority, responsible for making tough decisions about budget matters, especially in a situation like this, where spending must be cut or else.”

The,also hugely influential hugely influential Hot Air site has given Sarah Palin’s performance on Hannity a huge thumbs up. As usual, the person who the liberal media has now written off as ” yesterdays’ news” gets a massive response in the column section, is video featured on Real Clear Politics, and has over 300  of articles about her listed on a Yahoo search-in just one day.
From Hot Air:
In case you missed the video of Sarah Palin on Sean Hannity’s show last night, which Allah posted in “Quotes of the Day,” Palin suggested in that appearance that August or September might be the right time to launch a campaign for the GOP presidential nomination.
“You know, August and September, you do have to start laying out a plan if you are to be one to throw your hat in the ring, so that’s basically the time frame,” Palin told Sean Hannity during an appearance Wednesday night on Fox News. …
Asked about her recent comment to Newsweek that she could win a general election, Palin said that while does believe that she could beat President Obama, she would also consider supporting another Republican candidate — if she felt that he or she met certain requirements that she looks for in a national leader.
“I’m not wholly confident that we have that field set yet, that that one individual is in the field,” Palin said. “So I’m still thinking about being one that would offer myself up in the name of service, knowing confidently that I have those commonsense, fiscally conservative, pro-private sector experience and ideas that can be put to good work for this country.”
Those provocative comments came amid her smart commentary on the debt ceiling debate, in which the former Alaska governor had harsh words to say about President Barack Obama’s executive ability, most notably, his seeming inability to prioritize properly.
“We cannot afford to back off and hand him a white flag saying, ‘Here Mr. President, we trust you, you take over, you do it’ because our president has failed in that area,” she continued.
And though there’s blame to go around, for Palin, the buck stops with Obama.
“Our president … essentially suggested the other day that he’s not able to prioritize, as the chief executive of our nation he can’t prioritize,” she stated.
Palin always appears to me in her best light in these Skype-like sessions on Fox, with an Alaskan backdrop behind her. While she wouldn’t have to fight the debt ceiling fight, her willingness to repeatedly comment on what has dominated headlines for weeks — and the way in which she has done it — stacks up well against the approaches of the other top-tier candidates and potential candidates. When she said she didn’t think it was “necessarily the case” that economic catastrophe would result if the debt ceiling isn’t raised, she didn’t sound nearly as firm as Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) did just days ago, when Bachmann flat-out said Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner was “wrong … wrong … wrong” about the threat of default … but neither did she seek to avoid the issue entirely, as Mitt Romney seems to be doing (with the possible exception of a Twitter tiff between his camp and Obama’s). As a result, she came across as highly in touch but still slightly removed from the fray, somehow simultaneously down-to-earth and sophisticated. Again, she always seems at her best against that Alaskan backdrop.
My favorite quote comes early in the interview: “Our country was built on a strong foundation of reward for work ethic and development of our natural resources and we have the complete opposite direction under Obama with both those cornerstones.”
Nothing better than when a politician brings it back to basics. And, I know, that’s what Palin is known for, but I thought she did it exceptionally well last night.

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GOP Phoney War Phoney Polls Over By September By When Palin Declares

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on July 14, 2011

It is understandable that the media, which is of course in it for the money, puffs up the GOP candidate of the week-this week it is Michele Bachman’s turn-breathlessly describes every twist and turn of the GOP race but it is all a sham.

When Sarah Palin makes her decision whether she will run or not, and she gave the clearest indication yet that she will do so by early September at the latest on Hannity then, apart from who she will endorse should she not run, the real picture of where the race stands will emerge.

The current polling verges on the ludicrous. Politico reports The Iowa republican “alternate” poll has Romney at 18 Bachman 15 Christie-a disavowed candidate if there ever was one at 13 Cain and Palin at 7 Perry at 6 and Ron Paul at 5.

ARG Polling in Iowa has Bachman 21 Romney 18 Paul 14 Palin 11

Des Moines Register Romney 23 Bachman 22 Palin 15

Magellan polling Iowa without Palin in the mix Bachman 29 Romney 16 Paul 5

Quinnipiac Nationwide  Romney 25 Bachman 14 Palin 10 Perry 10

The polls are all over the place with one having Ron Paul at 14 and another having him at 5. Bachman’s vote is very soft, and as she comes under more media scrutiny, these high numbers will decline. 

Palin has had all the scrutiny there could be and has a clear 10-15 base without having declared, and if she does they can only go higher for her-she is well placed.

As to where the GOP voters stand-and they are the ones that count not the liberal media of national polls if we add the center right candidates support Palin/Bachman/Santorum/Cain/Perry it comes to 43% compared to 34% RINO/center left support for Romney/Huntsman/Pawlenty/Gingrich (with Paul as an outsider.)
Given those support levels I would look to the final battle being between Romney and Palin or the candidate of her choice.
original post at; m joseph sheppard’s a point of view

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Media Has Nothing To Attack Palin About Anymore So Latest Idiocy Is “She’s A Has Been”

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on July 14, 2011

Clearly the media’s 24000 email insanity has been a major turning point in their seemingly endless campaign against Sarah Palin. The ridiculous spectacle of major news outlets sending whole teams to Alaska to sift through emails from her term as Governor, puffing  up the astounding revelations they were sure to find and the finding nothing has utterly deflated the leftist media and made them  look fools whilst totally vindicating Palin’s complaints against “the lame stream media’.

Not only has it destroyed the theme “Palin plays the victim” but it  has been of major benefit to Palin as the emails showed a hard working Governor who was efficient and able to reach across the aisles-a total refutation of the image the media had so assiduously worked on for three years.

Further the buffoonery of the Michele Bachman campaign has shown the public someone who is in actuality all the things they ascribed to Palin-who stands out once again as a sensible, common sense potential candidate who is, grudgingly by some, but genuinely respected by many in the Gay community and by satirists like Jon Stewart.

What is the liberal media to do now that their themes have been exploded? That they ran out of questions to ask her during her bus tour, which exploded they myth that “she only talks to Fox and is afraid to talk to reporters”. 

They can, like Newsweek and some Los Angeles Times journalists, give Palin a fair and balanced platform-but this is still the minority. What their latest theme is, now that they have run out of  made up scandals and misquotes, outright lies and distortions is to dismiss Palin as yesterdays news, “a has been” of no relevance.

That this could not be further from the truth means little to the media, especially the blatantly “progressive” denizens. That Palin had an enormous influence on the 2010 elections, that she would have enormous influence on the 2012 elections whether as a candidate, king maker and campaigner is indisputable. That Gallup has this to say about Palin has escaped the leftist media.

Sarah Palin Evokes Strong Emotions Among Republicans

July 12, 2011
Sarah Palin Evokes Strong Emotions Among Republicans
Sarah Palin remains a formidable presence among Republicans nationwide. Her current Positive Intensity Score of 15 ties Mitt Romney’s, trailing only Herman Cain’s and Michele Bachman’s scores. Further, her 25% strongly favorable rating is the highest of any candidate tested.

The leftists state that nobody pays any  attention to her Tweets or Facebook posts but the fact that Yahoo shows there were 515 news articles about her yesterday escapes them in their cloistered world.

That they are reduced, in their impotent rage, at having no scandals to report (except, insanely, her “getting the price of Slim Jim’s wrong”) or nothing about her or her family to denigrate, to saying, dismissively “We already know everything there is to know about Sarah Palin” which means she is the ideal candidate for 2012 as she is Teflon and can deal solely with the issues. They are reduced to raging against Newsweek, as Larry O’Donnell did, for them to have the temerity to write anything positive about her..

But the best example of this impotent rage is Paul Waldman at  American thinker “Sarah Palin Will Now Begin To Fade Away”: Paul Waldman The American prospect Palin’s game is one you can only play for so long. Once it becomes clear you aren’t actually running, people lose interest. About eight months from now, there will be a Republican nominee for president.In fact, I’ll go so far as to predict that this issue of Newsweek is the last time she’ll appear on the cover of a news magazine. Ever.” 

Well I wonder if Mr. Waldman is willing to put his money where his mouth is-if Palin announces, as he is so sure she will not, I think not only will he look a fool, but if he wants to make a bet I would be happy to send the magazine cover with the bill.

All this is leftist dribble is dross and if Palin announces,and Bachman, their latest puff candidate, collapses we will see who is yesterdays news amongst the progressive media.
original post at; m joseph sheppard’s a point of view

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Victory Film Group Releases 3 Undefeated Promo Videos

Posted by Ron Devito on July 14, 2011

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