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Posts Tagged ‘2012 election’

The Roderic Deane Show: Time is of the Essence!

Posted by Roderic Deane on November 5, 2012

Following is the monologue from yesterday’s show:

Well, well, well! As of right now, were approximately 58 hours before we start getting election results on the Presidential race. Early voting still drags on in a number of states, but we won’t know anything of any measure until Tuesday’s end, much to the dismay of a lot of East Coast liberals and journalists. Yes, they think voting should be extended due to the consequences of Hurricane Sandy. I think they’d be more worried about all those people who have been dealt a horrible blow by this storm, but then again, maybe that’s just me.

Most of the pollsters have finished their polling, awaiting the Election Day results along with the rest of us. What have they told us? Absolutely nothing! No one can predict what people will do in the voting booth when confronted with their own conscience and judgement. No one! If the pollsters could tell us who our elected officials would be before they’re even elected, why have elections?

This drives the liberal, lamestream media absolutely crazy! They’re rapidly losing their ability to dictate the narrative to the electorate, so they invest millions into bringing you worthless polling data, skewed to make it seem like their preferred results are inevitable. I’m here to tell you, they aren’t! You will decide this election, not some numbskull that landed a sweet contract with MSNBC or CNN to go on the air and report their own opinions as if they were fact.

One of the issues I often hear from people, especially young voters, is that my single vote doesn’t really count for much, so what difference does it make it I vote or not? Remember what Dr. Fay told us in her intro, an estimated 30 million evangelicals sat out the 2008 election. Now, I don’t know 30 million evangelicals, but I know a few. What if those few had taken a different mindset, one that says I MUST vote? What if only half of those evangelicals had taken that same mindset? Would Barack Obama had won the election? Who knows? Maybe they would have split their vote between Obama and McCain back in 2008, but what about now? Would the results be the same?

Every vote matters because it’s the mindset that matters. It is one of the most solemn and important civic duties that you can exercise within our society. I say solemn because of the atmosphere present when you do vote. It’s generally very orderly, but it’s also pretty doggoned quiet. People standing in line will talk, but they do so in hushed tones as they get nearer to the voting booth. Maybe it’s different in places other than where I’ve voted, but I don’t think so.

Don’t ever squander or take lightly your ability to vote. Look at some of the latest videos I’ve posted on my blog. The one thing that comes out loud and clear is the sense of urgency! The Chuck Norris video is there, a great Bill Whittle video was posted a few days ago and there are many others. People that take voting seriously are worried, as am I. We can’t allow this tremendous experiment in liberty that we call the United States of America, fall into darkness…EVER! It truly is the last, best hope of mankind!

You can listen to the whole show HERE.

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Sarah Palin: Romney has to get through the filter of the lapdog media

Posted by Dr. Fay on July 11, 2012

Video retrieved from .

Governor Palin discussed the latest Romney/Obama poll numbers and  the November election with Hannity last night.   In response to Hannity’s remark that Romney was looking pretty good in the latest polls, she responded:

Well, he is. And the more time that Mitt Romney has to get his message out, the better it is for him. When voters start understanding that middle class families have seen the decimation of their net worth to the tune of 40 percent under Barack Obama and monumental fiscal failures are really the hallmark of this administration, the more time that Mitt Romney has to get those facts out there, the more you will see the polls change.

Noting the larger percentage of Democrats participating in the poll, Hannity asked Governor Palin if she thought the media was purposefully manipulating the poll.  Governor Palin responded:

No question. Absolutely. And that’s par for the course, though, with the — manipulation of the media’s message. And you know, they — like they did four years ago, Sean, they chose their One and they did all that they could to usher him into the White House. We are going to see the same tactics this is go around. And I think voters, though, are wiser, perhaps, this go-around in understanding that the media does manipulate information.

The filter that the media is, is something that a politician, a candidate has to be extremely astute in — kind of decimating that filter and getting through it, so that the public has the correct information.

Hannity said that it seemed that Obama was going to use 3 forms of attack:  a smear campaign, class warfare, and taxes.  He asked Governor Palin if she thought Obama could win the election using class warfare.  She responded:

Well, the more people that he has feeding out of his hands, the better it is for him, of course. And when you consider that 49,  50 percent of Americans are not paying taxes and they are so reliant upon the government for their income and for benefits, that bodes well for the extreme left who wants to grow government and take away people’s freedoms and entrepreneurial spirit and work ethic. That’s what this is all about.

So, the more people who are reliant on Barack Obama and the Democrats, the better it is for them. But no — as President Clinton — shoot, as Barack Obama had even said just a couple of years ago, a few years ago, that increasing taxes at a time of economic woe is the worst thing that you can do. And yet, he’s flip-flopped on that along with so many other issues and now decides that he will increase taxes, allowing the Bush tax extensions to expire. And that’s going to really negatively affect our small businesses, which of course, is the economic backbone of this country.

When asked whether Romney should respond to the smear attacks on his offshore bank accounts, Governor Palin responded:

 You know I think that Governor Romney should vigorously defend his record and the fiscal decisions that he has made as a private citizen and with his private company. But we need to remember and Romney needs to remind the public and the media that his private bank accounts are not the problem — that is not what is causing the economic demise of this country. It is what Barack Obama believes and then makes manifest in our economy with the  monumental failures that kind of replicate the socialist nations that he seems to want to emulate.

Hannity played videoclips of Obama calling the Republican budget a Trojan horse and social Darwinism and  saying that Republicans want dirtier air and water.   Hannity said the remarks wreaked of desperation.  Governor Palin responded:

Well, it does. Consider the source, though, Sean. I mean, read Barack Obama’s autobiographies that he wrote before he accomplished anything, the two books. He made up things in his books and the media, by the way, didn’t vet him and let him get away with it. Composite girlfriends and composite experiences that shaped him. So, you know, it should be no surprise, no wonder that he makes things up today and the lap dogs in the media, they go along with him.

But, you know, as for that accusation of Romney not being transparent enough with his private funds and where he invests his dollars, here is – Debbie Wasserman Schultz is accusing him of not revealing more of his tax records when she’s  never revealed her tax records!


So, you know, if this isn’t the kettle calling the pot black, or the pot calling the kettle black, then I don’t know what is. And really, if it weren’t so insanely hypocritical, all of this would be laughable.

Hannity asked how the President could make the case that he has made the economy better.

He can make the case just by  making things up, Sean.  But the numbers speak for themselves. And though as they say, the American middle class has seen the decimation of their net worth by 40 per cent.  And you know, I’m glad his campaign and the Beltway pundits have made this election about taxes.  That’s an easy one for fiscal conservatives who understand that “we’re taxed enough already” and that growing government is not the answer to anything.  In fact, growing government is the problem.  Barack Obama is the leader of what the problem is all about, and that is growing government

Asked what her best message for Romney was, Governor Palin said:

He’s already got the right message and that is that the free market works best and the  Constitution is the fine blueprint to get us toward a more perfect Union as opposed to Barack Obama’s idea of growing government and  taking away our freedoms and quashing that entrepreneurial spirit that built America.

So Romney already has the right message.  It’s just a matter now of Governor Romney being very, very courageous and bold and passionate about that message.  Again, he’s got to get through that filter of the media, which is going to be quite difficult, because 90 per cent of the media is so far left that they are serving as a lap dog for Barack Obama.

So Romney – he has said before that he doesn’t want to have to light his hair on fire.  Well, there are a lot of  his  base supporters,  Independents, who are saying, “Well, light our hair on fire, then!  Remind us how important it is that we get engaged in this Presidential election, because it is the election of our lifetime. (emphasis mine)

And we saw in the 2010 electoral victory, and we saw in the Wisconsin recall victory where the right was victorious there, that the base, the Independents, the Tea Party patriots need to be energized and get out to vote.  Otherwise, the right is not going to be able to get in there into the White House and reverse the course that Barack Obama has put us on towards bankruptcy and insolvency.

Read the entire transcript here.

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Palin: Appearing on “Hannity” Tonight

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on July 10, 2012

Announced on Sean Hannity’s radio show earlier this afternoon, Governor Sarah Palin will be a guest on “Hannity” tonight.  Hannity’s show airs on the FOX News Network at 9:00 p.m. Eastern.

From FOX News Insider:

What does Sarah Palin make of a new poll showing President Obama and Mitt Romney neck-and-neck? Tune in to Hannity, tonight at 9p/12a ET for her take.

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Mark Levin: The always reliable Sarah Palin has endorsed Richard Mourdock

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on April 28, 2012

As usual, Mark Levin is spot on.  Take a listen.

H/T SarahnetToo

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Palin: Mourdock For Indiana

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on April 27, 2012

Governor Sarah Palin offers up one of her first endorsements for the 2012 election cycle.  In a Facebook note posted moments ago, Palin urges commonsense conservatives to get behind the Richard Mourdock senatorial campaign.


I join commonsense conservatives in endorsing Richard Mourdock to be the next Senator from Indiana. Conservatives of all stripes are uniting behind Richard Mourdock. It’s not just Indiana that benefits from sending the right Senator to serve for the right reasons; the nation as a whole benefits, and that is one reason why the eyes of so many around the nation are focused on the Indiana race.

Indiana deserves a conservative in the Senate who will fight for the Hoosier State, uphold our Constitution, and not just go along to get along with the vested interests of the permanent political class in D.C.

Richard Mourdock is the conservative choice for Indiana. Senator Lugar’s 36 years of service as a Senator are appreciated, but it’s time for the torch to pass to conservative leadership in Washington that promises to rein in government spending now.

Get the facts here. Learn more about Richard Mourdock at and follow him on Facebook and Twitter.

– Sarah Palin

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Palin: President’s Character Questioned for Accepting Maher’s “Dirty Money”

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on March 9, 2012

Sarah Palin appeared on the Sean Hannity Show last night where the topics of discussion included misogynist Bill Maher’s “dirty” one million dollar campaign donation to the Obama re-election campaign and the main stream media’s complicit role in not properly vetting President Obama during the 2008 campaign election cycle with specific reference to tapes that are being released by the Breitbart TV site.

On a lighter note, viewers immediately noticed that Governor Palin was sporting new glasses.  There was a great deal of spectulation (no pun intended) on social media sites as to who designed the frame and where they would be able to purchase a pair for themselves.

Video from SarahNetToo
Cross posted at Sarah Palin Blog

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Palin: “I Would Do Whatever I Could To Help”

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on March 7, 2012

Appearing on the FOX Business News Network with Neil Cavuto, Governor Sarah Palin discusses the Super Tuesday primary results and reveals who she voted for in the Alaska caucus.

Video from SarahNetToo

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Palin: The Fight for Iowa

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on November 11, 2011

Sarah Palin will appear on a Fox News Special, “The Fight for Iowa”, with Bret Baier at 10:00 p.m. Eastern tonight.  Additional details here.



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Press Release: Gov. Palin to attend ‘The Undefeated’ premiere in Iowa

Posted by joshpainter on June 25, 2011

– by Josh Painter
Big news in a press release from Victory Film Group:

SANTA MONICA, Calif. (June 25, 2011)– Victory Film Group and ARC Entertainment announced today that Governor Sarah Palin and her husband Todd will attend the premiere of The Undefeated at the historic Pella Opera House on Tuesday June 28 at 5pm Central Time in Pella, Iowa. Immediately after the showing, Victory Film Group and ARC Entertainment will host a traditional Iowa cookout to thank the Pella Opera House and the people of Pella.

In accepting the invitation to attend the premiere, Sarah Palin stated, “We are very excited to visit historic Pella and its opera house and look forward to seeing the finished film for the first time with fellow Americans from the heartland.”

Responding to the Palin’s announcement that they will attend the Iowa premiere, Larry Peterson, Chairman of the Board of the Pella Opera House said, “We look forward to hosting Governor Palin and her husband, Todd, at our beloved opera house as we welcome them to our community.”

“We are incredibly excited about Governor Palin and her husband Todd’s attendance at a location that speaks to the basic core values of The Undefeated,” said Stephen K. Bannon, the writer and director of the film.

“We are delighted that Governor Palin and her husband Todd have accepted our invitation to join us at the Iowa premiere of what we believe is a truly moving and extraordinary film,” said Trevor Drinkwater, CEO of ARC Entertainment, the film’s worldwide distributor.

The film begins its national rollout exclusively in AMC Theatres in 10 cities the week of July 15th. The film will debut in Dallas, Denver, Oklahoma City, Orlando, Atlanta, Orange County, Phoenix, Houston, Indianapolis, and Kansas City, with plans to take it nationwide in additional markets thereafter.

The Undefeated features leading prominent political commentators Mark Levin, Tammy Bruce and Andrew Breitbart as well as conservative activists Kate Obenshein, Sonnie Johnson and Jamie Radtke. Additionally, the film features interviews with Alaskan civil servants, elected officials and advisors who were involved in Alaskan politics during Governor Palin’s tenure.

The Undefeated, which was written and directed by Stephen K. Bannon and produced by Bannon and Victory Film Group co-founder Glenn Bracken Evans and Dan Fleuette, chronicles Sarah Palin’s rise from obscurity to national prominence.

About Victory Film Group

Victory Film Group develops, produces and distributes documentaries and films that address today’s leading political, socioeconomic and cultural issues while incorporating the conservative perspective.

For More Information

Cross-posted from Texans for Sarah Palin

– JP

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Sarah Palin: GAME ON!

Posted by ehvogel on April 16, 2011

Sarah Palin delivered a rousing speech to the Madison Tea Party today. It was only remotely reminiscent of her acceptance speech at the 2008 Republican Convention. Today’s speech was much more in keeping with Sarah’s Mama Grizzly image. She went after Obama with unflinching candor and delivered some stinging barbs. She also was not deterred from going after the “Republican establishment”, in her words, and lambasted the latest compromise on the 2011 budget as failing to deliver on the promises of the 2010 election.

This speech could best be described as Sarah-Unplugged. It delivered a stinging rebuke to the union leaders that have cast Madison as the centerpiece of Obama’s world vision and spoke of the Tea Party as the voice of America. This was as close to a campaign speech that I have ever seen her deliver, hence the comparison to 2008.

This was not the Sarah Palin who has worked hard to deliver thoughtful speeches to enhance her bona fides in the world of national politics. This was a tit-for-tat response to Obama’s partisanship, as delivered in his deficit-reduction speech on Wednesday. In it, Obama targeted Republican efforts toward spending reductions and overtly focused on Paul Ryan, lambasting his and the Republican’s plans as being against the aging, women and the less-advantaged.

Sarah Pain ripped into Obama’s characterization of Paul Ryan’s plan and left no doubt about her feelings when she said of The White House: “you lie”! She called out Obama for his lack of leadership and mocked him for his use of the terms “hope” and “change”. This was the most direct attack on Obama that I have seen Sarah Palin deliver since her acceptance speech at the GOP Convention.

As she wound down her speech, she implored the Madison Tea Party to consider itself as the beginning of the 2012 Presidential campaign. She invoked a well-accepted battle cry of “Game On” and compared it to the spirit of the Green Bay Packers’ Super Bowl victory to rally those in attendance.

All in all, Sarah Palin said everything that a Presidential candidate should say, short of saying it as an announced Presidential candidate. I feel that there is a major campaign in her near future and she is only sharpening her axe as she prepares for it.

I’m awaiting a transcript of her speech and will update this post as soon as it is available. I’m sure videos of her speech will be available as well and they are well-worth your time to watch. This speech was definitely history in the making.

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