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Posts Tagged ‘Michelle Malkin’

Bristol Palin: Why I’m Not On Twitter

Posted by Dr. Fay on June 13, 2012

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As the time for the debut of Bristol’s reality series approaches, the Twittersphere is predictably beginning to erupt with typical Palin Derangement Syndrome, as Bristol points out in this article on her blog.

Why I’m Not on Twitter

June 12, 2012 By Bristol Palin 28 Comments

I’m not on Twitter, but my name is definitely mentioned in Tweets.  For those of you who have read the comments on posts like “Mr. President, When Should I Expect Your Call?” and “Hail to the Chiefs: Malia and Sasha Obama,” you’re familiar with the hate that is thrown my way.  (You know, bullying in the name of tolerance and all.)

However, someone brought Michelle Malkin’s tweet to my attention tonight. She tweeted that it’s Time for a Bristol Palin HateFest on Twitter.

That, my friends, is why I’m not on Twitter. I love talking to you guys on Facebook and on this blog, but that’s as much of an internet presence as I need now.  For those of you who are on Twitter, please feel free to tweet out my posts and to spread some love for me there.

You can tell I need it!

UPDATE: Yes, I know she was pointing out the Twitter hate. Thanks, Michelle Malkin for pointing out the liberal hypocrisy! I appreciate your work!

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Michelle Malkin Debunks Gardasil-Palin Connection

Posted by Adrienne Ross on September 13, 2011

After Rick Santorum and Michele Bachmann chewed out Governor Perry for the Texas mandate that young girls be inoculated with Gardasil, Governor Palin also took on this issue in her post-GOP presidential debate interview with Greta Van Susturen.

Today, some looking to accuse Governor Palin of supporting the same practice in Alaska, took to their laptops–ill-informed though they were. Michelle Malkin takes them to task for what she calls “a really, really stupid attack on Palin.” (Aren’t they all?)

To the charge that Governor Palin is guilty of what Governor Perry is–including crony capitalism–Malkin states:

It’s a freakingly obvious night and day difference — Perry’s MANDATE on families and the MANDATE on insurers going over the heads of the state legislature versus the Palin administration’s decision to accept federal subsidies to increase access to those who choose to take it. (Note: Gardasil is not and never has been mandated in the state of Alaska.)

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Moreover, Palin is on record in 2008 e-mails expressing her general opposition to certain vaccine mandates.

It’s a pathetic and ill-informed act of desperation to try and turn the crony capitalism charge on Palin, which is a telling measure of how effective her voice is on this topic — and why so many would rather silence her.

Read Michelle Malkin’s full article, in which she debunks these accusations in detail, here .

Speaking of those emails, multitudes couldn’t wait until they became public so they could dig, scratch, and sniff some juicy tidbits that were supposed to expose Governor Palin for the unethical, hypocritical brute their narrative said she was. We’re constantly reminded, however, that publicizing the private emails of her administration has instead proven–again and again–what a hard working, consistent, and extremely effective governor she was.

(h/t Whitney)

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Gov. Palin to Speak at National Conservative Symposium

Posted by Ron Devito on December 19, 2009

The event organizer cancelled the entire symposium.

The text below is being left intact strictly for historical purposes.

Tea Party Support will be hosting a National Conservative Symposium from January 22 to 24, 2010 at the Hyatt Hill Country Resort in San Antonio, Texas. Governor Palin will be a keynote speaker there, and Saundra Hadley who works for Tea Party Support confirmed that the Governor’s speech is arranged through the Washington Speakers Bureau. Other well-known conservative speakers on the schedule include: Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, Michelle Malkin, and Kevin Jackson.

The $749 base cost of the event includes three nights (double occupancy) at the five-star resort, meals, access to resort facilities, and training materials. VIP access is available at additional cost.


We are pleased to announce our lineup of keynote speakers for the National Conservative Symposium.

The National Conservative Symposium will be held at the Hyatt Hill Country Resort in San Antonio, Texas, January 22-24, 2010. It will provide training, networking and strategy sessions to attendees. Networking and strategy focus sessions for attendees will develop for the first time the road map for success in the battle to restore conservative constitutional governance and fiscal responsibility to America.


Following is a complete transcript of the event’s goals, objectives and methodology extracted from the main event page:

The National Conservative Symposium will bring together conservative grass-roots leaders and community organizers from across America at one of the nation’s premiere resorts for a weekend of intense discussion, education and training. Ideally we would like to have two leaders from each tea party, 9-12 or other like minded conservative groups to attend due to the extraordinary amount of information and training that we will be offering. The objective of the Symposium is to inspire and empower conservative activists to take back their political party and to take the country back to constitutional governance and fiscal responsibility by organizing for political action in their local communities and then projecting their voice and actions all the way to Washington, DC (Tea Party Support, 2009, ¶1).

The National Conservative Symposium is the first venture of this type, designed to inform, train and inspire conservatives who share a common belief in the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution and the role our Founding Fathers played in drafting these core documents (Tea Party Support, 2009, ¶2).

The Symposium will go beyond inspiration and raising expectations. It will provide attendees the tools and strategy for liberty that will enable grass-roots leaders and organizers to launch their organizations on a course to success when they return home (Tea Party Support, 2009, ¶3).


References:
Event details. (2009). Tea Party Support. Retrieved December 19, from: http://teapartysupport.com/national-conservative-symposium/event-details/
National Conservative Symposium. (2009). Tea Party Support. Retrieved December 19, from: http://teapartysupport.com/national-conservative-symposium/
Speakers. (2009). Tea Party Support. Retrieved December 19, from: http://teapartysupport.com/national-conservative-symposium/speakers/

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