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Archive for May 14th, 2012

Ted Belman: Nobody does it better

Posted by Sarah Palin Web Brigade on May 14, 2012

h/tp to Ted Belman for graphic

Ted Belman posted the video of Governor Palin’s 2012 CPAC speech on Israpundit at the link below with this comment:

Nobody does it better.

Enjoy for old times sake.

And no teleprompter.

I have to agree with him.  Next to her RNC speech, this was probably Governor Palin’s second most rousing and inspirational speech.    In my opinion, her Iowa speech would come in at a close third.

No one can stir and motivate a crowd like Governor Palin can as she espouses the conservative principles that made this nation great.

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Bristol Palin Attacked by the Left for Exercising Her First Amendment Rights

Posted by Sarah Palin Web Brigade on May 14, 2012

There was a fast and furious response by the Left to Bristol Palin’s blog post  in which she expressed her disagreement with President Obama’s stance on gay marriage and emphasized the double standard applied to the manner in which he claimed to have arrived at his decision.

Blog posts critical of Bristol’s statements  flooded the Internet.  Bristol was attacked on Twitter and in the comments  section on her blog.   Death threats  were posted in comments on her blog and on Twitter.  Michael Sheppard and Jackie Siciliano exposed one such perpetrator of hate, a college student who supports Obama, here and here.  John Nolte wrote here about violence against Bristol being promoted on the Facebook page of  Magnet Releasing, a film company owned by Obama supporter Mark Cuban.  Tony Lee wrote here about the Hollywood intolerance reflected in Bristol’s hate mail.

This was an obvious effort to overwhelm and silence a dissenting viewpoint from that of the Left and their Dear Leader.   It appears that only the Left has First Amendment rights in this country.  At least, that is what they would have us believe.  However, the last time I looked, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights were still the Law of the Land.  And may they ever remain so.

We at SPIB would like to give Bristol a shout out for the courage and strength she has displayed in the face of these attacks.  We stand in solidarity with her in support of the moral principles that made our country great.

Here are excerpts from Bristol’s  original post:

Hail to the Chiefs – Malia and Sasha Obama

May 10, 2012 By Bristol Palin

Is anyone really surprised by the fact that President Obama came out of the closet for gay marriage? What was most surprising is when he explained how his position (supposedly) “evolved,” by talking to his wife and daughters: 

It’s interesting, some of this is also generational,” the president continued. “You know when I go to college campuses, sometimes I talk to college Republicans who think that I have terrible policies on the economy, on foreign policy, but are very clear that when it comes to same-sex equality or, you know, sexual orientation, that they believe in equality. They are much more comfortable with it. You know, Malia and Sasha, they have friends whose parents are same-sex couples. There have been times where Michelle and I have been sitting around the dinner table and we’re talking about their friends and their parents and Malia and Sasha, it wouldn’t dawn on them that somehow their friends’ parents would be treated differently. It doesn’t make sense to them and, frankly, that’s the kind of thing that prompts a change in perspective.”

Let’s pause for just one second.  When Christian women run for high office, people inevitably bring up the question of submission.  Once, Michele Bachmann, for example, was asked during a debate, “As president, would you be submissive to your husband?”

People automatically assume that a Christian female President isn’t capable of making decisions without her spouse’s stamp of approval.  (I should add female Republicancandidates –liberal women don’t get the same kind of questions.)

[…]

So let me get this straight – it’s a problem if my mom listened too much to my dad, but it’s a heroic act if the President made a massive change in a policy position that could affect the entire nation after consulting with his teenage daughters?

While it’s great to listen to your kids’ ideas, there’s also a time when dads simply need to be dads.  In this case, it would’ve been helpful for him to explain to Malia and Sasha that while her friends parents are no doubt lovely people, that’s not a reason to change thousands of years of thinking about marriage.  Or that – as great as her friends may be – we know that in general kids do better growing up in a mother/father home.  Ideally, fathers help shape their kids’ worldview.

[…]

Sometimes dads should lead their family in the right ways of thinking.  In this case, it would’ve been nice if the President would’ve been an actual leader and helped shape their thoughts instead of merely reflecting what many teenagers think after one too many episodes of Glee.

More.

Here is an excerpt from her post responding to the hater attacks:

Hate in the Name of Love, Bullying in the Name of Tolerance

May 14, 2012 By Bristol Palin

Well, I stirred up a hornet’s nest.  You know you’ve struck a nerve when even J-Woww tweets insults at you.  But the thing that most amazes me is how few people actually addressed the points I made in my recent blog post.  They were pretty simple.  Conservative women like my mom get grief because people think they can’t make decisions without their husband, but Barack Obama gets applauded for changing his mind on a huge issue after consulting his wife and young daughters. The double standard amazes me.

Oh, and in that post I also said generally kids do better with mother/father families – the kind of family I’d like to have for Tripp one day.

That’s it.  That’s pretty much the post.  (Yes, I made a little joke about Swiper the Fox, but anyone with a brain would know that wasn’t serious.)  You see arguments like that all the time in political magazines.  It’s not a big deal, and the people who make arguments like that don’t stir up much controversy.

But I’m not a pundit.  I’m just a mom made famous in one of the most intense and embarrassing ways possible – by having your teen pregnancy announced in the middle of a presidential campaign.  Oh, and I was a finalist on Dancing with the Stars, one of the most-watched shows on TV.  But all that means I’m more a part of pop culture, the culture that creates the television we watch and the music we listen to.  When real pundits write blog posts, they don’t pop up in Us Weekly… but mine do.

And I’m glad.  Why?  Because pop culture needs a little bit of debate.  It needs a little bit of disagreement.  Because not everyone who watches their shows or listens to their music thinks the way the directors, producers, and actors think.  When you’re in Hollywood you’ll meet some great people, some terrible people, and many somewhere in between.  In other words, they’re people just like everyone else.  But what you won’t find is any disagreement about things like gay marriage or abortion.  For those folks, there’s one way to think, and anyone who disagrees is stupid, hypocritical, hateful, or bigoted.  (Of course, I’m not the only one facing the wrath of the Hollywood-type sheeple – there are some celebrities bold enough to speak out, and they get attacked and ostracized too.)

If you read the almost 3,000 comments after my controversial post, or read the entertainment magazines, you’ll see some of the most terrible words against me, my mom, and my entire family.

More.

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Governor Palin Reminds Early Voters to Vote for Ted Cruz and Deb Fischer

Posted by Sarah Palin Web Brigade on May 14, 2012

As early voters go to the polls today in Texas and tomorrow in Nebraska, Governor Palin reminds them to vote for Ted Cruz and Deb Fischer, whom she has endorsed.

Sarah Palin

From her Facebook Note:

Deb Fischer for Nebraska

by Sarah Palin on Monday, May 14, 2012 at 6:48pm ·

Tomorrow voters go to the polls in Nebraska. Please remember to vote for Deb Fischer as the next U.S. Senator from the Cornhusker State. Todd and I sent Deb the following note last week:

Deb – thank you for your note. We have been watching your race closely. Your efforts remind us of those our family put forth for Sarah’s races here in Alaska. Winning over voters through personal interactions is the way to go. People are tired of outside interests spending millions of dollars in political attack ads. We’re glad to see your grassroots efforts paying off!

We admire your conservative principles and know that you will not go to Washington to amass great wealth or power. You will go to Washington to serve the people of Nebraska, protect our Constitution and work for common sense solutions to help restore America. We are happy to support you and have asked SarahPAC to send a financial contribution to your campaign.

Good luck next Tuesday – the Palins are in your corner.

You can learn more about Deb by visiting her website at http://www.debfischer2012.com and following her on Facebook and Twitter.

– Sarah Palin

This Facebook Note followed a few minutes later:

Ted Cruz for Texas

by Sarah Palin on Monday, May 14, 2012 at 6:56pm ·

Early voting begins today in the Texas primary. Please remember to vote for Ted Cruz as the next U.S. Senator from the Lone Star State. Todd and I sent the note below to Ted last week:

As the product of a competitive primary, I believe they make us all stronger for general elections. Our nation’s primaries are the hallmark of our system and the debate between candidates is invaluable to voters. Your good grassroots work and direct contact with voters will put us on the path to take back the Senate in 2012 just as we took back the House in 2010.

We’re proud to join conservatives in Texas and throughout the nation in supporting your campaign to become the next Senator from the Lone Star State. Your conservative principles, passionate defense of our Constitution and our free market system come at a time when these cornerstones of our freedom and prosperity are under attack.

Our shared goal isn’t just to change the majority in control of the Senate, but to assure principled conservatives like you are there to fight for us.

You can learn more about Ted by visiting his website at http://www.tedcruz.org and following him onFacebook and Twitter.

– Sarah Palin

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Palin Power! Endorsed Nebraska Senate Candidate Fischer Jumps 16 Points Into Lead

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on May 14, 2012

 This latest WEAskAmerica poll is astonishing


Nebraska senate candidate Deb Fischer has gone from a 16 point deficit in second place to a 5 point lead. This whilst pollsters advise she still suffers from a degree of name recognition.


This massive turnaround in one week comes directly after Fischer was endorsed by Sarah Palin, who is also doing a robocall for her. Palin’s endorsement was subsequently followed by other high profile local politicians.


If Fischer wins, following on from the win of Palin-endorsed Mourdock in Indiana last week, who could but agree with Palin that she doesn’t need a title to make a difference?

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