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Posts Tagged ‘reagan democrats’

Gov. Palin to ‘Blue Dog’ and Reagan Democrats: Save America, go Independent.

Posted by Dr. Fay on July 7, 2014

 

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Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page this afternoon:

Sarah Palin
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I Want to Hear From Anyone Who Still Supports This Guy; I Want to Try to Figure You Out

This was posted to Obama’s Facebook page:
http://chicksontheright.com/posts/item/26087-unbelievable

Hey guys: If the General Patton quote offends you, take it up with the General, not me; and then ask your parents why they raised such an overly sensitive intolerant little fellow.

I used to not feel this way, as I sought some redeeming value in everyone’s opinion, but today’s hijacking of the nefarious political party drives me to agree with the good General. Under its present leadership only the dishonest or frighteningly naive could claim allegiance to the Left wing of the party symbolized by the ass. If you consider yourself one of the good-old-day’s Blue Dog democrats or a “Reagan democrat” of old, know those days are long gone. Your party left you. Go Independent. I’d love to hear from any of you who conclude the democrat party has morphed into a fundamentally transformed, unrecognizable monster, thus you’ve strengthened your spine and walked out of their room. You’re better than the contributors to these days of bread and circuses. Save America, go Independent.

– Sarah Palin

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Here is the article that she linked to:

Unbelievable. This Is What Obama Posted On Facebook, You Guys.

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There is a difference between a president having an opinion about something, and a president spreading lies.

I think you can probably guess what I think about Obama’s recent facebook posting.

This is just totally ridiculous, given that there is not an employer in the world who has the right to make a woman’s health decisions.

Nothing about the latest SCOTUS decision means employers make HEALTH DECISIONS FOR WOMEN.  And the fact that Obama himself, the leader of the free world, would post something like this on FB (or have one of his loser interns do it for him) is just plain irresponsible.  It’s a lie.  It’s an irresponsible, bold-faced lie.

You know who gets to make health decisions for women?  Women.  If women are not happy with the level of coverage their employer provides them, they get to decide whether or not they want to keep working for that employer.  If women are not happy that their employer has different religious beliefs than they do, they get to decide to work for someone else.

But you know what many women don’t get to do?  They don’t get to keep the doctors they were happy with before Obamacare.  They don’t get to keep the health plans they were happy with before Obamacare.  OBAMA is who took health decisions away from women.

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IBD Editorial: Palin was a fresh breeze in Wisconsin

Posted by joshpainter on April 20, 2011

– by Josh Painter
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In its reporting on Gov. Palin’s Tea Party appearance in Wisconsin, the media has focused on the feisty aspects of her speech, and indeed it was a stemwinder. But few have commented upon that part of her speech where she reached out to rank and file union members, as the editors of Investor’s Business Daily did at IBD Editorials today:

Sarah Palin hit it out of the park in a speech this past weekend in Wisconsin. She dazzled because, of all things, she reached out to her opponents. When was the last time we saw that coming out of the White House?

Amazingly, Palin’s words offered common ground between Tea Party taxpayers and public employee union members, who’ve until now been at odds with Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s attempt to balance the state budget.

“What I have to say today I say it to our good patriotic brothers and sisters who are in unions … a pension is a promise that must be kept. Now, your Governor Scott Walker understands this. He understands that states must be solvent in order to keep their promise. And that’s what he’s trying to do. He’s not trying to hurt union members. Hey, folks, he’s trying to save your jobs and your pensions!”

In short, she came to save, not to cut, and in the finest example of bipartisan bridge-building since President Reagan made allies of blue-collar workers, she reached out to the very people whose hirelings tried to drown her speech out with obscenities.

Palin paid no attention to the thugs and kept her eye on the common ground. She put her finger on the two things that matter most to workers across the country — saving their jobs and their pensions — and decisively linked it with the reduction in the size of government sought by the Tea Party taxpayers.

As philosopher Eric Hoffer once noted: The elegant way to solve a problem is to take one and use it to solve the other.

Palin didn’t rest there, though. She put her finger on the real problem: union bosses, who, like AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka, brag about their daily contact with the White House as if to say they have President Obama in their back pocket.

And what a coincidence: That’s where this sorry spectacle of rank partisanship is emanating from.

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As the editors noted, the union’s ill-mannered “rent-a-thugs” tried to drown out Gov. Palin’s words, but they failed. That’s because, the editors conclude, her speech “ultimately wasn’t for Wisconsin. It was for YouTube and the nation watching it.”

Cross-posted from Texas for Sarah Palin

– JP

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