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Archive for October 2nd, 2013

Sarah Palin to Endorse Steve Lonegan in NJ Special Election

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on October 2, 2013

Lonegan-Campaign-Sign_2013As reported by earlier this evening:

Sarah Palin, the former Republican vice presidential candidate and Alaska governor, is set to become the latest conservative to endorse Steve Lonegan in New Jersey’s special U.S. Senate race, The Star-Ledger has learned. Lonegan, a conservative Republican activist running against Democratic Newark Mayor Cory Booker, said his campaign will officially announce the news Thursday morning.

Palin will not visit New Jersey for the announcement, nor is she scheduled to stump for Lonegan here, the campaign said.

“She’s doing a big push for me through Facebook and Twitter,” Lonegan said. “It helps to ignite even more money coming in (to the campaign). It will help galvanize more attention to this national race.”

Lonegan, the former mayor of Bogota, has been facing an uphill battle against Booker, a celebrity politician in a heavily Democratic state. The two are running in the Oct. 16 election to fill the final 14 months of the U.S. Senate term vacated after Frank Lautenberg’s death. More

h/t Pat

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Gov. Palin calls for civil disobedience arround the “Barrycades”

Posted by Dr. Fay on October 2, 2013

Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page just now:

Sarah Palin · 3,751,439 like this

9 minutes ago ·


My Call For Civil Disobedience Around The “Barrycades”It’s beyond shameful to see Barack Obama disrespect and mistreat our World War II veterans so blatantly. Obama’s political stunt to “shut down” their memorial by barricade is to elicit an angry response to generate bad publicity for people the president uses in his continual blame game.

Don’t believe me? Look at the “barricade” at the World War I Memorial:

The difference is obvious. There aren’t any World War I veterans alive today to mistreat in a shameful political stunt. He’s deployed more guards to bar our World War II heroes from their memorial than he sent to Benghazi when our consulate was under attack.

The President is treating our veterans the same way he treated school kids when he cancelled their White House tours. When times called for obvious government belt-tightening, he took it out on kids rather than look for anything that would affect him personally. And while our vets are barricaded from the memorial they built with their heroism, the government “slim down” won’t affect Obama’s golf game or his family’s White House chefs.

Meanwhile, Republicans in Congress are attempting to fund the Veterans Administration and other essential functions, but Democrats are blocking them because they want to make any slim down look as awful as possible in order to deflect from what this whole slim down thing is about, which is their Obamacare train wreck.

Good Congressmen are fighting for average middle class Americans to get the same breaks that Obama gave Congress, his pals, union bosses, and crony corporations who financed his campaign and snookered the media into putting him in office.

It is a sad day when We the People have to go cap in hand to the president begging him to give us the same relief he gave his friends by fiat. Thank God we have bold leaders willing to fight for those who can’t afford to pay powerful lobbyists to make Obama and Harry Reid listen.

Want to know why this whole thing happened? Look at what Obamacare is already doing to our country with health care costs skyrocketing, workers laid off or kicked to part-time, employers shutting down projects, and debt still soaring. See the article linked below. This is what America is up against.

And Obama employees who know in your hearts and souls that punishing our veterans is wrong, know that we have your backs when you say “enough is enough” and then allow our vets to gaze upon our memorials that honor America’s finest. This simple act of civil disobedience will galvanize our nation against atrocious political games, and I promise you’ll sleep well tonight.

– Sarah Palin

Article on the consequences of Obamacare:

Todd Starnes’ column today about our vets being barred from their memorial:

Obama deployed more guards to block World War II vets from their memorial than he sent to save our people in Benghazi:

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Palin uses object lesson to remind GOP of progressive Moose Party’s demise

Posted by Dr. Fay on October 2, 2013

Governor Palin posted this photo with the following comment on her Facebook page last night:

Yeah. Todd bagged a moose. Dinner. Appropriate to remind folks in the GOP establishment that the progressive Bull Moose Party also met its demise – in no small part because of some liberal positions it co-opted from the left.

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Palin’s blistering critique of Obama’s Infomercial Doublespeak

Posted by Dr. Fay on October 2, 2013

Sarah Palin's PAC takes fundraising nosedive

Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page last night:

Sarah Palin · 3,742,026 like this

11 hours ago ·

I don’t believe America has ever seen such a thing. The leader of the free world just followed Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s honest, visionary, and serious U.N. speech with a speech of his own in the Rose Garden. More like it, President Obama just recorded essentially an infomercial on the disastrous Obamacare rollout. In a speech full of unserious claims and low-level false accusations against those who disagree with his liberal, unworkable policies, this president engaged in doublespeak without even blinking. It was unreal.

Obama just proclaimed all our predictions about Obamacare were wrong. The economy is doing great, he claimed, though he dare not direct that to the millions of people who are being kicked to part-time employment, to bankrupt cities, to shuttered Main Street businesses, and to conscientious taxpayers suffocating under a $17 trillion debt.

Obama just claimed for the umpteenth time there will be no health care rationing (aka “death panels”), but apparently Howard Dean, Paul Krugman, and Obama’s own former director of Medicare and Medicaid (and anyone who read the IPAB section of the monstrous bill) didn’t get the memo on that one.

Obama just claimed that the last government “shutdown” in 1996 hurt the economy, when in fact he knows the stock market boomed. I guess he thinks he can furlough reality too. He’s also claiming that he cut deficits in half. In what alternate universe? And if that’s the case, then why does he insist on yet another enormous debt ceiling increase?

The White House is now condescendingly comparing Obamacare’s numerous “glitches” to Apple software updates. The difference is we can CHOOSE to buy Apple products; no one forces us. Obviously the comparison is ridiculously unserious as we find out the harsh, life-changing punishments this new arm of the IRS will hit us with if we don’t buy Obama’s forced product.

Among so many other distorted things, Obama just declared that “Obamacare is open for business” – well, aside from all the “glitches” I guess. His infomercial sent people to broken websites and a hotline that seems permanently on hold. And this same bureaucracy will now be in charge of our health care, which is 1/6th of our economy. Nah, surely nothing could go wrong with that.

The majority of Americans are against Obamacare despite all of the rhetoric fed into Obama’s teleprompter. And amazingly, of course, Obama blamed fiscal conservatives and tea party patriots for the problems and even for this partial government shut down that he and Harry Reid drove. He declared he would NOT negotiate a solution with them, but then in the next breath he said he’s open to hearing from anyone with a better idea. Doublespeak.

Bottom line, sadly our president passes the buck and cries that he has no responsibility in all of this. He acted as if he, the leader, didn’t have any responsibility to pass a budget either – even during his first two years in office when he enjoyed total Democrat control of Congress and the White House.

What a difference in leadership style and substance we witnessed today on U.S. soil. The two speeches said it all. A Warrior unifying his nation and their allies, and a Community Organizer un-organizing and dividing his own.

– Sarah Palin

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Gov. Palin: The worst case scenario for Republicans would be to cave

Posted by Dr. Fay on October 2, 2013

Video retrieved by sarahnettoo.

Governor Palin talked with Hannity last night after the Senate had rejected three of the House’s Continuing Resolusions.  Asked  for her reaction to the Senate’s rejection of the House measures, Governor Palin said she hoped that Red State Democrats will be held to account, and that are up for reelection.  She said that she can think of three of them right now who had said that they recognize Obamacare’s flaws but still had to “go along like a bunch of sheep following Harry Reid with this partisan vote.  Quite unfortunate.”

“Now all the hysteria anyway, Sean, over a partial government shutdown is exactly that.  It’s hysteria.  There isn’t going to be an actual government shutdown as long as we prioritize funding for those most important functions of our federal government  I can’t believe that Harry Reid stood there on the Senate floor and said that Republicans don’t believe in government.”

“We don’t believe in burdensome, intrusive, unconstitutional government.  We believe in government fulfilling its proper role, which is a whole other story.”

She said that she thought “Republicans are missing an opportunity here to not only explain more of the fatal, devastating  flaws in Obamacare, which will decimate our middle class.  It will make our work force a part-time work force instead of a full time work force that would require employers to provide healthcare coverage.”

She said that during the last shutdown in the 1990’s that we saw the GOP actually gain seats and retain the majority in the House while gaining two Senate seats.  Welfare reform and a balanced budget were also accomplished.

She said, “There are some good things that can come out of making government as irrelevant in our lives as possible.”  She said that now is the chance to go line by line through the federal budget, as candidate Obama had promised to do, and fund those things that we need.  She said the GOP needs to “remind the public that this is not Armageddon, it is a pin prick.  It is not the end of the world that there is a partial government shutdown.”

Governor Palin said that Congress should stand firm and demand the same exemption for the people that Congress gave themselves from Obamacare.  She said that she didn’t think the GOP is afraid of a shutdown but rather of what the mainstream media will do to them.  She said, “They need not be afraid.  You know you’re going to get blamed, GOP.  Deal with it.  And use the opportunity, again, to educate the public on what is a priority for a federal government, what states’ rights and responsibilities, and even more important, what individual initiative can do for this country again and for our industry and, as was intended by our founders, how limited federal government should be.”

Asked about the name-calling rhetoric of the left and the media, Governor Palin said that Obama could do something about it “If he would kind of rein in some of his boys.”  Asked what the worst case scenario for the Republicans would be, she said, “It would be to cave.  That would be the worst case scenario. And this will impact the midterm 2014 elections.  Many fiscal conservatives, especially, will say, ‘Well, what is the difference between the parties now, if they’re all going to kind of end up at the same end road with their capitulation and with their expenditures thath are unaffordable and unsustainable, especially with Obamacare that’s coming down the pike.  What’s the difference?”

“So with these 2014 elections, unfortunately, too many people would just stay home and kind of give up on what the electorate could actually do.  Red State Democrats, they need to beware that we will be watching their votes very closely, and they’re up for re-election, and of course, members of the GOP also that seem to kind of want to go along to get along and not want to do the job of the will of the people that we need done.  And so – 2014 – big impact will be felt with these votes coming up.”

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