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Posts Tagged ‘debt’

Palin: Politicians, Listen to Moms

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on April 3, 2013

Palin points out that these moms see the debt situation for exactly what it is….. a problem that needs to be resolved now.

From Sarah Palin’s Facebook page:

I say it IS time we furlough the political consultants, the permanent political class, and the politicos who’ve been part of the problem that got us into this mess. Politicians, listen to your mother… or at least listen to these moms…

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Governor Palin to President Obama: #Womanup

Posted by Adrienne Ross on July 29, 2011

By Adrienne Ross –

Governor Palin took it to President Obama today via Twitter, telling him, basically, that it’s time to truly lead, like a woman (emphasis mine):

@BarackObama wants us to contact Congress. Great idea! Tell them to rein in our dangerously unsustainable debt to protect our credit rating.

@BarackObama wants us to support a “balanced deficit solution.” Great idea! How about a balanced budget amendment?

@BarackObama you’re wrong, threatening to throw seniors under the bus because you refuse to prioritize govt spending.Time to #womanup & lead

It’s becoming increasingly clear that there is a woman who has determined that she will offer herself up to lead this nation. I know the talking heads and pundits want to make us believe that she’s not going to run, that there’s no room for her and Michele Bachmann, that it’s Mitt Romney’s turn. My prediction remains the same: she’s running–and she’ll win.

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Clowns, Cowboys, and a Contender

Posted by Adrienne Ross on March 9, 2011

By Adrienne Ross –

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Governor Palin tweeted the following earlier:

We’re $14,000,000,000,000+ in debt, yet rodeo clowns still want to fund Cowboy Poetry Party.That must be 1 helluvahigh natl priority shindig

In case you were wondering what that was all about, let me fill you in. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is quite concerned that cuts in federal spending will lead to a devastating bye-bye to the annual cowboy poetry festival in Nevada. No need to rub your eyes; you read it right the first time.

If you’d like to actually listen to and see the Senator discussing this, here you go, courtesy of Fox Nation:

Let’s face it, folks. Some people just don’t get it. They missed the message the emergence of the Tea Party delivered, they missed the message the November mid-term elections sent, and they have obviously missed the message that we are in enormous debt as a nation.

Look, I’m an English Language Arts teacher and a poet myself. I appreciate rhythm and rhyme as much as the next person, but come on…the cowboy poetry festival?!

Governor Palin always stands head and shoulders above the rest because she always calls a spade a spade–or a clown a clown. Haters complain she’s not playing nicely enough, or biting her tongue enough, or looking the other way enough–and thank God, they’re right. She’s not. We have enough so-called conservatives and 2012 GOP potentials doing that already. We need a leader–a real contender–who is willing to call out the clowns in Congress, someone with a proven record and a commitment to fiscal responsibility. We need Governor Palin.

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