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Archive for the ‘haters’ Category

John Hayward: Bristol Palin Is Uninvited

Posted by joshpainter on January 28, 2011

– by Josh Painter
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John Hayward weighs in on the recent episode of what Jonah Goldberg rightly calls Liberal Fascism at Washington University that we wrote about here and here:

The nominal reason given by the campus conformity police was that inviting Palin to speak would be too expensive.

[…]

A November 2010 report from the Student Life newspaper at Washington University said that the Green Action environmentalist group paid disgraced Obama cabinet member Van Jones a $5000 honorarium, which is the maximum allowed for appeals made over the summer. Green Action tried to get another $2500 for him, but the Student Union Treasury voted them down. If Van Jones is worth five to seven thousand dollars, Bristol Palin for $20,000 is the deal of the century…

[…]

Another claim made by the campus left is that Palin was “too controversial” to speak, a consideration that obviously doesn’t apply to people like Van Jones. You can see how a young mother discussing the perils of teen pregnancy would be more controversial than the views of a self-described Communist who was run out of the most radical Administration in modern history, because he entertained the notion that George Bush was the real villain behind the 9/11 attacks.

Elevating this line of reasoning to totalitarian art, Sean Janda wrote in Student Life that Palin’s appearance would “fundamentally shift the discourse that this event will create. Instead of discussing issues regarding abstinence in college, students will discuss the suitability of Ms. Palin as a keynote speaker. In this way, Ms. Palin’s appearance will suppress dialogue about the issues that Sex Week is meant to address and, instead, spark dialogue about Treasury’s use of its money.”

In other words, because the campus left is mad with hatred at the Palin family, her presence would be too much of a distraction. Their resistance automatically makes her too controversial to be allowed to speak, which means anyone they really dislike would instantly hit the same level of controversy, and be silenced. I don’t know what else is being taught at Washington U, but Sean Janda seems to understand fascism pretty well.

[…]

Palin’s place on the Student Sexual Responsibility Week panel will be taken by Dr. Katie Plax, an associate professor in the Department of Pediatrics at Washington University. I doubt she’ll pull the kind of crowds Bristol would have, since she’ll be walking across the quad to deliver her presentation. A May 2009 profile of Dr. Plax from the Washington University Newsroom mentions that she is the recipient of a two-year fellowship from the Soros Foundation, and actively campaigned for Barack Obama in the 2008 election. She sounds like someone the campus-left cowards will be more comfortable with.

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h/t: Cubachi

Cross-posted from Texas for Sarah Palin

– JP

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Palin: Combat Veteran

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on January 21, 2011

I would imagine that Sarah Palin may be feeling a little battle-weary these days.  As a Sarah Palin supporter, I know that I have my own battle-weary moments and for me, these moments have occurred as a result of my utter disbelief at the contempt and hate spewed at Sarah Palin.  I have watched people from all walks of life; celebrities, Democrats, Republicans, self-described Conservatives, reporters who should remain neutral and your everyday average person, vilify this woman and her family with reckless finger-pointing accusations with little or no basis in fact.  Apparently the 5 Ws of reporting that I learned in a high school journalism class (thank you Mrs. King), who, what, when, where, and why, no longer apply even to the largest media outlets that many Americans have come to rely upon and trust. (I’m not even going to get into my small-town local weekly that could not resist jumping on the “blame Palin bandwagon”.)  If Sarah Palin is “unintelligent and not relevant” as we are continually told, the question of “why bother with her” begs to be answered.  The answer is glaringly obvious…… Sarah Palin is a relevant political warrior of freedom.

~Jackie~

From http://www.americanthinker.com:

…..a ragtag army of freedom-loving Americans knows who’s got the guts of a real Commander-in-Chief.  President Palin, we’ll see you on January 20, 2013.

Apparently, America’s next big scheduled argument is whether women soldiers should be allowed in combat.  Mark your calendars now to begin screaming your preferred talking points, yea or nay.  Politics Daily:

A study commission chartered by Congress is poised to send up to Capitol Hill a recommendation that the last remaining barriers to women – those that formally exclude them from infantry, armor and special forces — be removed.

As far as I’m concerned, we already have our first female combat soldier, a breathtakingly brave warrior who suffers the slings and arrows of outrageous misfortune for the sake of our freedom, every day. More

Crossposted from Sarah Palin Blog

Posted in 2012, freedom, haters | 1 Comment »

Wasilla Bible Church arson anniversary passes with little notice

Posted by joshpainter on December 18, 2010

– by Josh Painter
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Early this week the second anniversary of the intentional torching of the church Gov. Palin’s family attends passed with little or no notice by the lamestream media, which never gave the chilling crime much attention to begin with.

On the evening of December 12, 2008, the church was damaged by a fire which caused an estimated $1 million damage to the church building. An investigation by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives several days later confirmed that the burning was a case of arson, as accelerants were found in a number of locations on the church’s exterior, including around entrances and exits. Several people were inside the structure at the time, but all were able to escape the fire unharmed.

Though several federal, state and local agencies were involved in the investigation, no arrests have been made, nor have any solid leads been announced. The media reported the fire and the subsequent determination that arson was involved, but quickly lost interest in the story.

If, God forbid, it had been a church the Obamas attended that had deliberately been torched with no arrests or leads produced in even the first few weeks (let alone two whole years), the media would be screaming in outrage that a “hate crime” was being allowed to go unpunished. The press would have demanded the scalps of the authorities who failed to solve the crime and punish those responsible.

Interestingly, two years after the arson, the blood lust on the left continues while the media looks the other way. On the website of Salon magazine, a letter which calls for Sarah Palin to be electrocuted by a cattle prod wielded by convicted dog abuser Michael Vick is prominently displayed. Written by someone using the name “Owen Meany IV,” the letter justifies attempted murder with the sentence:

“Vick gets a pet to torture and we get rid of Palin. A win-win for everyone!”

This is not the first time that the extreme left has called for physical harm to be inflicted on the former Alaska governor, up to and including the crime of murder. A number of death threats have also been made against Sarah Palin and her family over the past two years.

Ironically, the left has claimed, without producing a shred of real evidence, that Gov. Palin “incited violence” in her stump speeches as a candidate for vice president in the 2008 campaign. As is always the case, upon close examination, it is the left which is doing exactly that which it claims its enemies are doing.

Again, the “tolerant” and “compassionate” left reveals its true nature. Please pray to the good Lord to continue to protect Sarah Palin and her family from all harm and evil.

– JP

Cross-posted from Texas for Sarah Palin

Posted in Alaska, Hate and Misogyny against Palin, haters, Sarah Palin, Wasilla | 3 Comments »

The Palins, Margaret Cho and the Leftiverse

Posted by joshpainter on December 5, 2010

“My mom did not ‘force’ me to go on DWTS”
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Leftists live in an alternate universe where lies and rumors become their “truth,” and the laws of nature and even common sense don’t apply as they do in the real universe. In the liberal “leftiverse,” rumors, especially those about All Things Palin, are accepted as Gospel, while the Gospels themselves are questioned by many of the leftiverse’s inhabitants. For example, “dirt” on Sarah Palin and her family in the leftiverse media water cooler doesn’t settle at the bottom; it percolates very rapidly to the top. It begins on gossip websites and moonbat blogs, both of which are fueled by Haterade, and is quickly sucked upwards to major media outlets such as CBS and CNN.

Case in point: The gossip websites were all abuzz last week with a rumor that Bristol’s onetime fellow DWTS contestant Margaret Cho had repeated on her personal blog, and in no time at all the rumor had become “Marquee” news at CNN:

“I heard from someone who really should know (really should seriously know the dirt really really) that the only reason Bristol was on the show was because Sarah Palin forced her to do it,” Cho wrote on her blog on November 29.

“Sarah supposedly blames Bristol harshly and openly (in the circles that I heard it from) for not winning the election, and so she told Bristol she ‘owed’ it to her to do DWTS so that ‘America would fall in love with her again’ and make it possible for Sarah Palin to run in 2012 with America behind her all the way.”

To sum things up, Cho explained, “Instead of being supposedly ‘handicapped’ by the presence of her teen mom daughter, now Bristol is going to be an ‘asset’ – a celebrity beloved for her dancing.”

[…]

“Keep in mind there are other forces at work here and it’s not just for the love of dance,” she noted, adding, “Now I am scared I am going to wake up with a decapitated moose head in my bed.”

There was just one major problem with this rumor: It wasn’t true. But in the leftiverse, facts are not checked for veracity, and no one who passed this lie on bothered to ask Bristol — not Cho, not the gossip reporters, not the lamestream major media outlets. The lie became a rumor, and the rumor became “news.” This is commonplace in the leftiverse, the same alternate reality in which Tina Fey’s joke that “Sarah Palin could see Russia from her house” was attributed to Gov. Palin herself, not the SNL character.

Bristol Palin set the record straight on Facebook late Saturday night:

I was somewhat taken aback to read about me in a blog by my friend and fellow contestant, Margaret Cho. In a post she called “Pistol Whipped” she wrote that “the only reason Bristol was on the show was because Sarah Palin forced her to do it. Sarah supposedly blames Bristol harshly and openly . . . for not winning the election,and so she told Bristol she “owed” it to her to do DWTS . . . .” Let me shamelessly steal from Saturday Night Live: “Really, Margaret? Really?”

I will give my friend credit for creativity, and extra points for getting so many “facts” wrong in so few sentences. Let me be blunt: my mom did not “force” me to go on DWTS. She did not ask me either. The show approached me. I thought about it. I made the decision. After first worrying for me in terms of being exposed to those who hate us for what we believe in, both my mom and my dad became my number one supporters. Anyone who watched the show could tell I performed better, and I felt better about myself, when they were in the audience. I wanted to make them both proud, but politics had nothing to do with it. Loving my parents had everything to do with it.

It saddens me that people would think that my mom would “blame” me for anything that occurred in the 2008 election–much less “harshly” and “openly.” I think that canard (there, I said it again), has been floating around since then also. I will set the record straight, though my mom already did in her bestselling book “Going Rogue”; there were a number of reasons President Obama won in 2008, but the primary reason was that the economy was starting to falter and the majority of voters thought Obama could do a better job than my mom and John McCain. It turns out, two years later, the majority of voters were wrong, but we can talk about that another time. The point is, I seriously doubt anyone who considers herself a student of American politics truly believes I impacted even one vote in that election.

There you have it. Why do I want to set the record straight? Because it is this type of hurtful and false narrative that people promote to make my mom look bad. For 20 years my mom had my back–and for the rest of my life I will have hers.

To my friend Margaret Cho, if you ever have a question, call me girlfriend. Don’t ever rely on “sources” who claim to know me or my family. You will be taken every time.

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Bristol has learned, as her mom learned from the School of Slings and Arrows, to quickly shoot down these lies from the leftiverse before they take hold in the real one. If Cho, who has been viciously attacking Bristol’s mom since long before she met The Pistol on DWTS, had only shown her new friend Bristol the consideration and common decency any real friend has for another by going to the 20-year-old to check out the rumor before going public with it on her blog, Bristol’s Facebook post would not have been necessary. But in the leftiverse politics trumps all, even friendship.  Cho is the kind of “friend” that will run a sword through Bristol to try to get to Sarah, her intended target. With friends like these, who needs enemies?

Cross-posted from Texas for Sarah Palin

– JP

Posted in Bristol Palin, haters, media bias, Sarah Palin | Tagged: , , , , | 1 Comment »

Death by Facebook for Sarah Palin

Posted by Karen Allen on June 7, 2010

Cross-posted from Palintwibe.com:

About a week ago, I posted here samples of hate filled and violent threat tweets toward Governor Sarah Palin. It was not a pleasurable thing to do, but people need to be made aware, especially since Governor Palin has been accused of being hate inciting. The “love everyone and let’s just get along” crowd of the left feels warm and accepting toward every critter and human alive, minus a few select outspoken conservatives, with the main target of their hate being Sarah Palin.

It’s truly astonishing how such people that would consider themselves sane and loving can spew such vitrolic acid from their fingertips and mouths. Just what has Governor Palin and her family done to them personally? How can they wish death and give clear cut methods of achieving it with no remorse or second thought?

Does not Governor Palin have freedom of speech guaranteed to all citizens of the United States of America? Yet, I have never heard or seen anything said or written by her that called for anyone she disagreed with in the world of politics to be killed. And like it or not, I cannot call the cries for her dead body to be tortured and screwed into the oil spill as a plug “free speech” by any sane American.

What? You didn’t hear about that? I found out because TIME magazine’s online news feed page had a story on it. Check out this Facebook page and see for yourself. It calls for “two birds to be killed with one stone” on the information page. At the time of this writing, the group numbers 119,656, fans of the page 1,000,000 People Who Want to Plug the BP Oil Spill with Sarah Palin.

Sound ha, ha, funny? Not if you read the info and wall comments. I certainly hope that the Facebook community reports and flags this page enough to pull it. Facebook itself would do well to avoid any kind of liability or reputation issues by shutting it down quickly. Copycat pages are already popping up like here and here. They should all be eradicated, along with any other FB pages that suggest any person be used in that manner, not just Governor Palin.

If this particular site is gone before you get there to do your good duty of reporting it, take a gander at some screenshots. I call this the WALL OF SHAME. And to any of the fans of that page that may chance to stop by here:  Your mama should wash your mouths out with Lava Soap and send you to military school.

Was that too violent? I was taught not to say some things.

Oh, and one more thing….it’s all about the money, baby. The page’s creator has a Cafe Press store too. Yeah, they even sell stuff for the kiddies. Sick.

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There are plenty more examples, but you get the gist. Please report and flag this page and similar ones. It is people like these that are making our country a dangerous and divided place. May God help us all.


@Karen_Allen
Be sure to tweet the Gov at @SarahPalinUSA with a Hi-5!

Posted in 2010, Facebook, Hate and Misogyny against Palin, haters, Sarah Palin, twitter | Tagged: , , , , , | 2 Comments »

It’s Time to Stop the Hate, America

Posted by nypalinpower on March 9, 2010

by NYPalinPower

“Listen to me people, just because you talk to a woman about glasses, purses, children, and dating, does not mean that you are going to sit down for a glass of Kool-Aid, and give up on everything that you believe in.  Liking Sarah Palin is not a sin.  Judging her as a politician, rather than a human being, is.”
– Ilana Angel

http://www.jewishjournal.com/keepingthefaith/item/defending_sarah_palin_over_a_glass_of_kool-aid_20100305/

Ilana Angel writes a blog for The Jewish Journal.  Last Tuesday, she unexpectedly met Sarah Palin in Los Angeles at a restaurant and then blogged about it.  Excited to meet such a “lovely person” she was happy to share that experience with her readers.  However, the responses she got was more than she was bargaining for.

http://www.jewishjournal.com/keepingthefaith/item/sarah_palin_my_unexpected_new_bff_20100303/

As a fellow Jew, I am proud of Ilana Angel for defending Sarah Palin in her blogs.  She continues to this day to defend her even though it isn’t the “politically correct” thing to do or popular with her readers.  And while she doesn’t agree with Sarah’s politics and will never vote for her, I honor Ilana’s decency and “chutzpah” for standing up to those who responded with such shocking and hateful comments.

I entirely agree with Ilana about the hatred issue.  To attack anybody personally based solely on their politics (or religion or race, etc..) is ignorant and is an embarrassment to the human race.  I have also seen horrible personal attacks on our president, and although I am certainly not a fan and I don’t agree with his politics, I have never condoned this kind of hatred.

In my view, the world is one huge family, and it is healthy that our individual views differ, but we should not hate one another for them.  We all are unique with varying beliefs and opinions.  We don’t have to agree, but we must respect those differences.  As one person once wrote on Sarah’s Facebook wall, we are all just one little piece of jigsaw that together make a beautiful puzzle.  So let’s stop the hatred America before something very terrible happens.  We must be decent with one another.  Let us speak up, talk back and debate the issues and then vote at the ballot box.  But don’t ever, ever hate your fellow human being.

In a follow-up blog she writes:

“I am being called brave for writing the blog.  I am being hailed as a hero for not judging her.  I am being called a idiot for liking her.  I am being judged negatively for being kind.  Has the greatest country in the world become so polarized over this woman, that we have forgotten how great this country is?  There are moments in each of our lives where we have the choice to be kind and decent, or animals.  It is beyond crushing to me that this blog presented so many people with the chance to be kind, and instead inspired them to be animals.”

http://www.jewishjournal.com/keepingthefaith/item/shabbat_shalom_sarah_palin_20100306/

Then she goes on to ask some very important questions (as us Jews typically do):

“Why is it, that just because I do not agree with Sarah Palin and her politics,  I need to hate her?  Who is so superior to think that it is okay to hate based on things that, on the most basic of levels, don’t really matter?”

“What message are we giving each other, if we are able to hate each other for beliefs?  This week has made me sad.  Sad as a mother that there is so much hate in the world in which I am raising my son.  I met a cool lady, with killer boots and fabulous glasses, and because I liked her, I am hated.  Have we learned nothing from the history of the world?”

And finally, a sort of prayer:

“What a lovely world it would be if were able to define ourselves as people first.  Imagine the future we would be giving to our children, if being a good person, was more important than the color of our skin, or who we vote for.”

So Ilana, keep up the good work and keep on blogging!  And although I’m not looking to find Mr. Right, I send my best prayers and wishes that you do!

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Metaphorically Speaking…

Posted by Dr. Fay on January 27, 2010

Adrienne Ross wrote an excellent, hard-hitting blog this weekend about how Levi Johnston is parlaying lies, attacking his son’s family, and making excuses for not adequately supporting his son. Her post is filled with metaphors, comparing Levi to a dog that won’t lie down and shut up but just keeps running around barking and biting. In her last paragraph, she used the words “put down” metaphorically to say that Levi needs to be told to shut up.

Two of the Sarah Palin-hating blogs intentionally misunderstood Adrienne’s metaphor and tried to spin it as saying that Adrienne wanted to put Levi down as in euthanization. This was the farthest thing from Adrienne’s mind and would be totally inconsistent with the statement she made in the immediately preceding paragraph:

I believe there’s hope for Levi; I really do. And I hope he grabs ahold of it soon because he’s treading on very thin Alaska ice.

Since the hater blogs chose to misinterpret Adrienne’s metaphor by using a definition for “put down” that is totally inconsistent with Adrienne’s intentions, I decided to check an online dictionary. And here are the meanings for “put down” that are constistent with Adrienne’s intentions.

From Merriam-Webster:

to bring to an end : stop <put down a riot>

disapprove, criticize <was put down for the way she dressed>

to make ineffective : check <put down the gossip>

So Adrienne’s use of the word “put down” was totally appropriate for its context. It is to the haters’ discredit that they attempted to turn an innocent remark into something that it was not.

But then that is what we have come to expect from the evilmongers who habitually use lies and distortions to attack Governor Palin and her family.

Adrienne Ross is a valued member of the excellent team of authors on the Sarah Web Brigade blog and Sarah Palin Information Blog. She is also an author on US4Palin, C4P, and SarahNet. In addition, she is in a leadership position with the 2012 Draft Sarah Palin Committee. Like Sarah Palin, she loves her God and her country and walks the walk with her conservative values.

It is sad to see people so filled with hatred that they will turn the truth into a lie. But that is what is happening on a daily basis on the blogs that attacked Adrienne. However, the truth will prevail, as it always does in the end.

Posted in adrienne ross, Bristol Palin, haters, levi johnston, liberal bloggers, Sarah Palin | 2 Comments »