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Archive for September 27th, 2011

Gov. Palin on Greta: Obama “Not The One” No Matter What

Posted by Ron Devito on September 27, 2011

No matter what happens with the economy, Obama is not “The One” and “I would never support him,” former Alaska Governor said tonight in her closing remarks to Greta Van Susteren from her home studio in Wasilla, Alaska. “Obama has a track record of failure,” and his European Socialism policies will bankrupt the nation, she said.

Gov. Palin tonight told us clearly what she is contemplating as she finalizes her decision to run for President or not in 2012. “Does a title take away from my freedom? Does it shackle?” Gov. Palin expressed concern that in a campaign she would be molded by handlers, a situation that’s seared in her memory from the 2008 Vice Presidential campaign. But, Van Susteren countered that while Gov. Palin wields considerable power now, the Presidency would give her a much bigger platform. A private citizen cannot sign treaties, legislation, or make decisions about war and peace. Van Susteren quipped that Gov. Palin could only go so far on Facebook when it comes to international matters, such as our relationship with Israel. But, Gov. Palin countered that she had gone to Israel and dined with Prime Minister Netanyahu. Van Susteren acknowledged that, but countered back that as President, she could meet with multiple heads of state to resolve issues – something that the former Alaska Governor cannot do as a private citizen.

Gov. Palin said that for logistical reasons and getting names on ballots, a decision will have to be made soon.

Gov. Palin believes she can defeat Obama. “I would not have gone this far if I didn’t think I could beat him,” she said. Gov. Palin said the best way to reach Independents – the ones who will decide the outcome of the next election – is to stick to a message of common-sense Constitutional conservatism.

Weighing in on other candidates, Gov. Palin said “I think we can take Gov. Christie at his word that he is not interested in the Presidency.” Her remarks came minutes after Christie re-affirmed that he is not running. She said Herman Cain is doing well in the polls because “people want politicians to have a foundation of coming from the real people of the United States of America – the working class….What Cain proposes is based on common sense.”

Further, Gov. Palin said she is not surprised that the elites are shocked. She noted how she is within 5% of Obama in a poll on another network, but is doing poorly in poll on another. Many in the media “either don’t do their homework, or interject an agenda,” she said. The media should vet the field of candidates, but their flavor-of-the-week focus and their tendency to prop candidates up then crush them create a “reality TV” type atmosphere, Gov. Palin said.

Gov. Palin Discusses 2012 with Greta Van Susteren retrieved from SarahNet

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Just To Clear Things Up

Posted by Ron Devito on September 27, 2011

Bristol Palin today posted on Facebook:

As a lot of you know, I had an encounter in West Hollywood the other day with an unhinged guy who was yelling hateful things at me about my Mom. The press has only shown a part of the encounter, so many reporters have totally missed the point of my comments. Most people may have walked away rather than go up to some guy raging like that and try to find out what his problem is. But that’s not how I’m wired. I usually do walk away, but I’m very tired of hateful people lying about my Mom, my family, and myself. So, this time I tried to get to the bottom of it.

I asked the guy if the reason he was so angry at my Mom was because he was gay. I was NOT baiting him or mocking him or in any way being derogatory of gays. It was just the opposite! I know that some members of the gay community have completely false notions about my Mom. I wanted to clear this up with this guy, but he was so far gone in his crazy hatred that rational conversation was impossible.

I think so much of the hatred directed at my Mom is based on lies and misconceptions about her and our family. It’s gotten so out of control that a 40-something guy in West Hollywood started shrieking obscenities at the top of his lungs and wishing death on my Mom, just at the thought of her. She hasn’t done anything to warrant his hatred, and I wanted to address that.

As I said to that hate-filled guy in West Hollywood: Show me one thing my Mom has done that is so “evil” as to warrant the hatred and death wishes people heap on her and her kids.

The crazy guy had no answer because there is no answer. You can disagree with her politics without vilifying her or lying about us.

Isn’t it time for this crazy hatred to stop? That’s what I was trying to say to that guy.

– Bristol

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Chuck Heath Interview from The Victory Sessions

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on September 27, 2011

Stephen Bannon has posted his recent interview with Chuck Heath, brother of Sarah Palin.  Listen to Chuck describe what it was like growing up in rugged Alaska the importance of self-reliance and Chuck’s prespective on current events involving his family.  This is a not to be missed interview!  Listen here.


Cross posted at Sarah Palin Blog and Team Sarah

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‘Perhaps Palin Isn’t Damaged Goods As I Thought But Playing Brilliant Long Game”

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on September 27, 2011

I said  last week that “pundits don’t have a clue” and gave examples of just how wrong they are. One at least has admitted his lengthy period of dismissal of Sarah Palin’s chances should she declare as a GOP candidate. Which, although stating the obvious by inference that, even as a  research fellow at Oxford University specializing American politics, he, Dr Timothy Stanley, doesn’t have a clue and changes his opinions with the wind.

The “ordinary soldiers” at such sites as Conservatives4Palin have been saying exactly this for a year at least, but such insights escape the vast majority of professional and academic pundits because their political positions and elitist nature blind them to the fact that,as Stanley discovers, as the scales fall from his eyes, that Palin may, just may, actually be of intelligence and is in  reality a strategist of the highest order.

If she declares and wins the nomination, a vast number of pundits will have egg on their collective faces and will wake up to a new reality. Further, their career options will be quite narrow, as nobody except the most partisan on the left will take their opinions with any more credence than that of the guy next door over the backyard fence.

Here’s his amazing discovery and change of mind from  The Telegraph.

Strangely, the stronger candidate is Sarah Palin. For months now, commentators (me included) have been saying that she is damaged goods and that the longer she has waited to announce her candidacy, the less logistically possible it has become. But now we’re wondering if Mrs Palin hasn’t been playing a brilliant long game, letting the other candidates beat each other up before entering the fray. Perhaps the biggest issue of this primaries season is authenticity: Romney has none and Perry’s has been called into doubt. Palin is low on personnel and money, but the Tea Party knows who she is, believes in her and will back her if there’s no viable conservative alternative. There’s no one more authentically Right-wing than Sarah Palin.

Palin is just five points behind President Obama in a hypothetical match-up: a better position than Rick Perry. If she jumped in now – and it would have to be now – she would eclipse Perry as the anti-Romney candidate overnight. Perhaps this won’t happen; perhaps it is too late for her. But the shadow that Palin and Christie are casting over this race is indicative of its uncertainty. After all these noisy debates, we’re no closer to knowing who will beat Obama in 2012.


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The Truth: Tea Party 50.4%, Old Guard 29.5% – GOP Go With Majority or Lose Election

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on September 27, 2011

No matter how much the Beltway pushes for a “next in line” Dole/McCain candidate. No matter the country club faction casting longing eyes towards Chris Christie the rank and file just don’t want Romney/Christie/Bush. Daniels and Pawlenty gave up before they started or immediately after they started as they saw the writing on the wall.

That the rank and file are not impressed with Perry, the previous rising star and cast a protest vote for Cain in Florida shows that no matter what they will not move en mass to Romney.

Irrespective of what the media says, what the George Wills want here are the indisputable facts taken from a moving average of polls. These are the unvarnished undistorted facts as one poll may be cooked but an aggregate of polls, over time, have such a large count that they give as near an accurate figure as can be determined and free from prejudice.

If such an aggregate gives a faction-in this instance the conservative, Tea Party grouping of GOP voters not just a lead but an overwhelming one then that is a true reflection of where the party is at this point in time. That the faction has not settled on a standard bearer does not negate the fact that their opinions are predominant.

That the prospective candidate list is not settled yet as Palin, and possibly Giuliani at least, may enter and if they do the picture will change again but the Tea party dominance will not change. And of course Palin’s support level will rise much higher than the poll aggregate once/if she declares.

The Real Clear Politics aggregate of Republican candidate support  is as follows (by faction)

Tea Party/Conservative support:           50.4% (Perry/Palin/Bachman/Cain/Santorum)
Old Guard:          29.5% (Romney/Gingrich/Huntsman)
Libertarian:          8.7%   (Paul/Johnson)
Undecided/Other:          11.4%

The danger for the majority GOP voters is that Romney might win on a split vote, especially in the larger vote states even if he loses Iowa and South Carolina early on. This was the McCain scenario and the end result would be a large stay at home vote from those on the right who simply can’t bring themselves to vote for Romney, even if Obama is re-elected as a neutered second termer.  They will bide their time till 2016 and have a genuine conservative lead the party.   

The figures don’t lie no matter what the media says. Nothing will be decided until Palin declares-if she runs she can unite the majority behind her. If she doesn’t run the GOP may simply throw the election away, no matter what the siren song of “Romney can win the Independents and beat Obama” may be. He may win the Independents (and may not as the media turns on him as they surely will) but he may lose the Tea party vote and the party may lose its very soul for four years.

Here is the truth on what the rank and file want:


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