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Posts Tagged ‘military’

Palin to Obama: Winning takes Warriors, not tweets and tickles

Posted by Dr. Fay on May 18, 2014

Sarah Palin Addresses Tea Party Rally In New Hampshire On Labor Day

Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page on Friday:

OBAMA TWITTERING TEETERS TOWARDS CHAOS

This photo says it all about the Obama administration’s reliance on junior high-like tweets and tickles in place of a foreign policy rooted in peace through strength. Diplomacy via Twitter is the lazy, ineffectual, naïve, and insulting way for America’s leaders to deal with major national and international issues. It’s embarrassing. Under Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton’s State Department repeatedly refused to recognize Boko Haram as terrorists despite their conventional, predictable Islamic terrorist rants, training, and mission. Now, in a life or death situation, nearly 300 kidnapped Nigerian girls are in the hands of these terrorists awaiting rescue.

And what is the Obama administration’s weapon of choice in this battle for these young girls’ lives? Hashtagging tweets on social media! I kinda-sorta doubt a tweet will intimidate the kidnappers much. So, if you’re going to jump in and do something about these Islamic terrorists at all, then do it right, do it firmly, and kick their ass.

Like the patriot writes in this photo, winning takes Warriors. If you intend to rescue these innocent girls whose only “crime” was seeking an education despite the threats of insane Islamic terrorists who drag women back to the Stone Age (see, Liberals, THAT is the real “war on women” so quit making it up that conservatives wage it), then you need to send a message to the world that our United States military is the strongest force to protect the good guys, and the most deadly against the bad guys. Pretty simple, the world needs to know America is still on the side of the good guys.

If you’re going to get involved anyway, Mr. President, learn to understand this and believe it, then announce it: Victory is only brought to you “courtesy of the red, white and blue.” It’s certainly not won by your mere “unfriending” the bad guys on Facebook. Leading from behind is not the American way.

– Sarah Palin

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Palin: Get a clue, brass. Quickly.

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on January 6, 2014

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Earlier today Gov. Palin shared the above photo and this message on her Facebook page.  A Blue Star mom and an avid supporter of our military, Gov. Palin once again calls out this administration for their treatment of our nation’s finest.

 

Look, U.S. Military top brass, some of us are known for supporting our troops 110%, even encouraging our own kids in their voluntary, sacrificial enlistments. We send them off with blessings as you send them off to war. You keep pulling stunts like this, and how long do you think our military enthusiasm keeps up? Get a clue, brass. Quickly. You keep up these new double standards and this recent discrimination against Christians, and the greatest military power on earth will soon be “fundamentally transformed” into a weakened, involuntary and unrecognizable mere bureaucratic entity. Obviously you need a new commander-in-chief who sincerely believes in freedom and respects the fact we need to keep our finest keeping us free, but until that time, exert some brass cojones and re-embrace American military ethos.

See the article here:
http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2014/01/06/lawmakers-accuse-va-disrespecting-christians/

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Palin: “Celebrating The Season” in Ft. Campbell (video)

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on November 25, 2013

SarahPAC has just released a lovely video highlighting Gov. Palin’s “Good Tidings and Great Joy” book tour stop in Ft. Campbell, Kentucky on November 15th.  I’ve said enough. Please watch the video and let it speak to your  heart.

 


h/t SarahPalinAK

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Palin: Day 4 of “Good Tidings and Great Joy” Book Tour 11/15/13 (Updated)

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on November 15, 2013

FtC1_11_1115Today Gov. Sarah Palin’s “Good Tidings and Great Joy” book tour took her  to Ft. Campbell, KY and Ft. Benning, GA.  It’s evident that Palin has a deep respect and love for those that serve in our nation’s military.  I’ve been fortunate to hear Gov. Palin speak in person on numerous occasions and each time she has requested that those serving, or those who have served, to please stand and be recognized at which time, Palin thanks them for their service and sacrifice.  Is it any wonder that they appreciate her?  I had a thought earlier today– how many of those that she met today leaned over and whispered “I wish you were our commander-in-chief”.  I’d be willing to bet it happened more than a few times.

Gov. Palin posted an album of 11 photos from Ft. Campbell here.  I’m going to go out on a limb in declaring this photo as the best photo of the tour even though this is only the fourth day.  I would LOVE to hear this little girl’s story because she certainly seems very excited to be sharing it with Gov. Palin!

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Gov. Palin also posted a note of thanks to Ft. Campbell on her Facebook page:

Thank you, Fort Campbell! God bless our active duty military and their families! This evening we’re on our way to Fort Benning where my son went to boot camp/infantry training years ago. Very excited to thank the troops here in Georgia as well!

You can find the first leg of the “Good Tidings and Great Joy Tour” here.

The Ft. Benning signing was scheduled to end at 8:00 p.m.  I’ll update this blog entry once more information is available.

UPDATE:

Gov. Palin posted two entries to her Facebook page from the Ft. Benning, GA book signing.  In the first entry, she thanked Ft. Benning for hosting her by writing as follows:

Great folks at Fort Benning – we honor you! Thanks for taking the time to visit with us last night. We were inspired by the brave warriors and incredibly supportive families we got to meet. For your service and for sacrificing so much to preserve our freedoms – you are heroes. And we’re now in Naples, Florida, today looking forward to meeting more Southerners!

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Photo Credit:: Shealah Craighead

Palin’s second Facebook post is a gallery of 14 engaging photos from the Ft. Benning event.  You can view the complete gallery here.

Gov. Palin’s book tour makes a stop in Naples, FL on Saturday.

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Palin: Scandalous Hat Trick

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on May 16, 2013

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Ft. Wasilla is fully engaged.  You’ve been warned!

Posted to Sarah Palin’s Facebook page:

Scandalous Hat Trick

Mr. President, when it rains it pours, but most Americans hold their own umbrellas. Today in the Rose Garden you dismissed the idea of a Special Counsel to investigate the IRS scandal. With that, your galling political hubris shined bright in the midst of today’s dark clouds.

Mr. President, how can we trust your Justice Department to conduct an independent investigation when there is a systemic violation of the Hatch Act throughout your administration?

Surely you are aware that the Hatch Act prevents certain federal employees from engaging in political activity. Specifically, it’s illegal for these federal employees to engage in action in support of or in opposition to a political party, a candidate for partisan political office, or a partisan political group.

Yet that is exactly what’s happened within the IRS, the Justice Department, and in the Benghazi cover-up. This scandalous hat trick is on your watch. It is not believable that you knew nothing about Obama administration actions in dealing with these scandals. And in regards to Benghazi, when you should have taken appropriate action to save American lives – for instance by calling in the Marines – you were AWOL. Just weeks before the election your team scrubbed the Benghazi talking points in 12 different versions, lied to the American people about some YouTube video being to blame for the deaths of brave Americans who put our country first, and you prove Michael Barone right when he writes, “What actually happened in Benghazi was out of sync with the Obama campaign line.” That’s why you all did what you did. Pure raw politics were at play during a horrific time of loss.

For more evidence of Hatch Act violations right under your nose, simply consider DOJ’s “massive and unprecedented intrusion” into the free press. Do you think they picked up some political talk when tapping the phones in the House press gallery?

Your team is out of control. Those who cannot remember the past and learn from it are doomed to repeat it, and that is exactly what is happening. Look back exactly 40 years ago this week and apply that disheartening chapter of American history to the team you’ve chosen and lead today.

Some of us warned America; we cautioned voters in 2008 that a community organizer with no executive experience and no sense of accountability would be a very poor choice for the nation’s top management position.

Mr. President, you said today that you have “complete confidence” in the Attorney General. America doesn’t. Eric Holder needs to appoint an unbiased Special Counsel to investigate the illegal political action of this administration. And then Eric Holder needs to resign.

Most Americans see ominous dark clouds looming beyond the White House Rose Garden, Mr. President. They’ll roll away only when light is shined on the Obama administration’s antics, and America will only recover when you cease avoiding responsibility in this mission of yours to fundamentally transform America. For that to happen, the press had better learn from their experiences of being duped and provide a deserving public fairer, more intelligent coverage.

Speaking of coverage, glad you finally called in the Marines… shame it was just to hold your umbrella.

– Sarah Palin

Ouch! That had to sting.  And because I just couldn’t resist:

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Palin to Speak at Cost of Freedom Tribute in Buckeye, AZ

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on April 25, 2013

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Sarah Palin will appear with Governor Jan Brewer in Buckeye, Arizona as a featured speaker for the “Traveling Wall”, a tribute to Vietnam Veterans.  According to a Yahoo News article that was released earlier today, the Traveling Wall is an 80% replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall in Washington, DC.  The wall will be on display May 9th-12th at Earl Edgar Recreational Facility and there is a schedule of events here.

h/t Michael Sheppard

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Palin: Help the Families of Chris Kyle & Chad Littlefield

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on February 11, 2013

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Sarah Palin lets her supporters know how they can help the families of slain heroes Chris Kyle and Chad Littlefield.

From Palin’s Facebook page:

It was a beautiful memorial service for Chris Kyle at Cowboys Stadium this afternoon. What a celebration of a great life! All in all, is there a finer human being who has crossed the 50-yard line star in Texas than Chris Kyle? Please click on the following link for information on how we can help out the families of Chris Kyle and Chad Littlefield. As patriotic Americans, this is a tangible way to show appreciation and support for good people. On a personal note, I thank you who’ve sent birthday greetings today, and it would be awesome if you’d join me in supporting the families of these heroes by helping them out!

– Sarah Palin

 

Palin then shared a link to Bristol’s Blog which provides additional information on the organizations handling the donations.

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Bristol Palin: A Little Perspective about DWTS from Afghanistan

Posted by Dr. Fay on October 9, 2012

Posted on Bristol’s Blog today:

A Little Perspective about DWTS from Afghanistan

October 9, 2012 By  19 Comments

Typical Palin picture – the day Track left for his second deployment.

As many of you know, my brother Track is in Afghanistan.  This week, I got the rare chance to talk to him over the phone, and I was so excited to hear his voice and know that he was safe.

While we were talking, I told him about Dancing with the Stars All Stars and he sounded confused.

“What show?” he asked.

He had no idea I was on DWTS!

There’s a lot of talk about being “in jeopardy” on this show, but most of us never experience real jeopardy.  The fact that Track didn’t even have the time to think about Hollywood or a dance competition put all of this in more perspective for me.

Thanks, Track, and all of the United States military.

For the perspective and everything else you do!

Track says goodbye to Tripp at the airport when he went back to Afghanistan.

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Todd Palin wins $40 K for his charity; Eve Torres compliments the Palins

Posted by Dr. Fay on September 4, 2012

WATCH FULL EPISODE OF GRAND FINALE HERE

Todd Palin placed fourth during the ‘Stars Earn Stripes’ finale last night and won a total of $40,000. for his charity, the Armed Services YMCA of Alaska.   In a detailed article about the finale, Lisa Princ at Reality TV Magazine wrote this about Todd:

Sadly, that motivation was not enough to make up for Todd’s poor shooting tonight – nerves, perhaps? Todd has remained cool and a good shot in the past, so this one was baffling.

In the end of this elimination mission, it was Todd who could not beat Picabo in the elimination shootout (guess her motivation was still going), so he was sent packing. At this point, all the Palin haters were probably celebrating – say what you will about him, but I have to give him props for being on the show and making it this far. Todd was emotional at the end of his journey, having a new found appreciation for what his son, who is serving overseas, does on a daily basis.

Among the new friends Todd and Sarah made during the filming of ‘Stars Earn Stripes’ was Eve Torres.  Marc Malkin at TV Scoop wrote:

WWE star Eve Torres says the former Republican vice presidential hopeful couldn’t have been nicer when she visited hubby Todd when they were shooting NBC reality show Stars Earn Stripes.

“She was really a lovely woman,” Torres, who was crowned the winner of the show during its finale last night, told me earlier today. “We didn’t talk politics, but she was excited for me when I won. She was proud that I did it for the girls out there. She was really sweet.”

Torres, 28, even had dinner with the Palins. “At the end of the day, she’s a mom and a nice woman,” Torres said.

Stars Earn Stripes pitted celebrities against each other in military challenges (jumping from helicopters, crawling under barbed wire, shooting and being shot at, etc.) with the help of skilled operatives.

“I was so impressed with Todd Palin,” Torres said. “He performed really well. They have a son in the military so I think a lot of it for him was to say, ‘I’m doing this for you and all the other troops.'”

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Gov. Palin: Looking Forward to Season Finale of ‘Stars Earn Stripes’

Posted by Dr. Fay on September 3, 2012

Governor Palin posted this comment on her Facebook post this afternoon:

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This is the excellent article by Katie Pavlich at ZAP2it that Governor Palin linked to:

‘Stars Earn Stripes’ Todd Palin: ‘Our minds think we’re 20, but our bodies remind us that we’re not’

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Zap2itDid your son, Army Sgt. Track Palin (who deployed to Afghanistan earlier this year) or your wife, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, influence you to participate in a show (“Stars Earn Stripes”) that pairs celebrities with military operatives and first responders on simulated missions?
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Todd Palin: No. 1 would be the cause, the military charity. Track was major, Sarah was major, and then my working experience on “Sarah Palin’s Alaska,” knowing (producer] Mark Burnett puts out a great product.
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Zap2it: Did you bond with your military operative partner?
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Todd Palin: My guy was [former Marine] J.W. Cortes. Our common ground is he has a son with autism, and I’ve got a son with Down syndrome. Just being a father, you have a bond. With the additional challenge, there’s that extra bond. I’m a little older than he is, and I’m like, “We are blessed. There’s a reason why God put this child in our hands, in our family.”
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Zap2it: How is your son, 4-year-old Trig, doing?
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Todd Palin: He’s doing good. When we were filming, he said his first words. He told his older brother to quit picking on him, or something like that. And when J.W. went back to New York on one of the dark days, he said his name, so that was pretty exciting.
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Zap2it: Did you get hurt?
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Todd Palin: Our minds think we’re 20, but our bodies remind us that we’re not.
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Zap2it: What was your charity?
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Todd Plain: Armed Services YMCA Alaska. They make military family lives better. They’ve been up there in Alaska for 70 years.
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