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Sarah Palin..My Views

Sarah Palin..My Views

Ok, let me set the record straight on my Sarah Palin view. I personally like this lady. Perhaps it’s because liberals hate her, perhaps it’s because she is a hunter, an outdoorsWOMAN. Perhaps it’s because she actually seems very down to earth. But mostly I think it’s because she says what’s on her mind, sometimes dumb, sometimes not “PC” sometimes way too many “You Betcha’s” but she speaks the truth as she sees it. AND she sees 90% of the same truths MOST Americans that have not been media brainwashed…She has her flaws, but what I see in her is strength. A strength not many women or MEN have. She makes Obama look like a little wimp. How’s that? you may ask…Sarah Palin took the media’s best shots, she took Saturday Night Lives best shots, she took Obama’s best shots, she NEVER ran from ANYONE. She never put her “Mouthpieces” on the war path with ANY news organizations even though they never gave her a fair shake. Compare that courage with Obama’s…”War on Fox” ring a bell?

Now, Sarah Palin has stepped down from Alaska’s Highest office. She QUIT with one more legislative session still to go in her term. Personally the reason she gave was not good enough for me, but it appears that it was good enough for Alaskans. She apparently was very effective as Governor until she hitched her wagon to McCain’s trainwreck. She basically stepped away from her job already during the campaign, and since the election loss she has been under immense scrutiny by the liberal press. She had to deal with all the “Extra curricular” activities brought on by her run for VP, which was taking away from her effectiveness as governor. So truth be told she wasn’t really doing much for the state of Alaska since mid 2008…Judge that as you may, but from what I hear from ALASKANS she did the right thing by leaving the state in the Lt Gov. hands rather than be a lame duck Governor who spent too much time on the national stage….It will be used against her I’m sure if she decides to run for higher office.

Her book is a HUGE success, I have not read it yet, but I am planning on getting it soon…She calls it going rogue, which to me is part and parcel of the problem. She didn’t go “Rogue” enough during the McCain campaign. I’ve listened to almost every interview she’s gave, and I must say she seems WAY more confident and much better prepared to answer the questions than she was during the campaign. What I gather is McCain’s campaign kept her in such a bubble that she was worried about saying anything….Now it seems she has the freedom to say what she wants. I would like her to be a little more aggressive toward her libtard critics, I’d like her to get a little more “Alaskan”on their ass, but I understand she is keeping her options open for future decisions….

After all of that, the question really is would I place a vote for her for POTUS or not? Mmmmm. It really depends on the opposition I guess. Obama will run in 2012, we have another year to find someone with conservative values to oppose him. Sarah Palin’s views are inline with MOST conservatives. but so are a couple of other “Possibles.” What I will tell you is: IF Sarah Palin is on the ticket OPPOSING Barack Hussein Obama, I’ll feel MUCH better about voting for her than I did for McCain. I voted for McCain ONLY because Sarah Palin was on the ticket,  and I don’t regret the vote. I don’t know if we would be better off now if McCain would have won. BUT; I do know 3 things that would be different. The Decision on Afghanistan troops would have been made, this HC debacle would not be happening, and the 9/11 terrorists would not be coming to NY for trial.  Other than those three things I’m not sure much would be different under McCain/Palin

I think Sarah Palin would be a great Senator or Rep, I’d love to see the chaos her and Michelle Bachman could create if they were both in Congress. That would be great. Plus it would give her a chance to prove herself on national/world issues…

My overall feeling about Sarah Palin is: She’s HAWT. She’s Smarter than she seems, and she is a very strong female. I know for a fact that if she was POTUS right now, she’d be better than the current douchebag, and I’d be willing to bet she’d be MUCH better than GWB too….I could be wrong, but I don’t think so.

Sarah Palin outfits vs Joe Biden’s experience?

Sarah Palin outfits vs Joe Biden’s experience?

I just got around to watching Sarah Palins interview with Sean Hannity.. YES I will admit it that it was a journalistic POWDER PUFF interview… BUT as opposed to the HATCHET jobs she got in the LEFTY media interviews I call it FAIR AND BALANCED. It was a good chance to get to know Sarah Palins character. I like her, I hate her ACCENT.. But I like her a lot.

One of my favorite parts was the “How about the RNC paying 150k for your clothes” The bottom line… Sarah Palin is offering the wardrobe up to charity, and Sarah Palin is the ONLY one in the race that is NOT A MILLIONAIRE….Any spin there libtards??? None huh.

Now lets look at the DIRECT Competition for the SAME Job ie. Vice President. Joe Biden and Sarah Palin were both given access to some serious intelligence, BOTH were privy to some of the most closely kept secrets of our nation, Sarah Palin has made NO statements about the new information. Joe Biden on the other hand has put out some serious warnings.

Pat Buchanan has an article up at world net daily titled “What if SNL mocked Michelle Obama

Twice last weekend, Biden grimly warned at closed-door meetings that a great crisis is coming early in the term of President Obama:

“Mark my words. It will not be six months before the world tests Barack Obama like they did John Kennedy. … Remember I said it standing here if you don’t remember anything else I said … we’re gonna have an international crisis, a generated crisis, to test the mettle of this guy.”

A “generated crisis”? By whom? Moscow? Beijing? Tehran?

This is an astonishing statement from a chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee who has access to the same intelligence as George Bush. Joe was warning of a crisis like the Berlin Wall of July 1961, where JFK called for a tripling of the draft and ordered a call-up of reserves, or the missile crisis where U.S. pilots like John McCain were minutes away from bombing nuclear missile sites in Cuba and killing the Russians manning them.

Has anyone ever asked Joe about his own and his party’s role in cutting off aid to South Vietnam, leading to the greatest strategic defeat in U.S. history and the Cambodian holocaust? Has anyone ever asked Joe about the role he and his party played in working to block Reagan’s deployment of Pershing missiles in Europe, and SDI, which Gorbachev concedes broke the Soviets and won the Cold War?

In the most crucial vote he ever cast – to give Bush a blank check for war in Iraq – Joe concedes he got it wrong.

Is Joe’s record of having been wrong on Vietnam, wrong in the Cold War, wrong on the Iraq war, less important than whether Sarah Palin tried to get fired a rogue-cop brother-in-law who Tasered her 10-year-old nephew to “teach him a lesson”?

“I’ve forgotten more about foreign policy than most of my colleagues know,” says Joe humbly. Given his record, it is understandable Joe has forgotten so much of it.

The people apparently had a “right to know” of Bush’s old DUI arrest a week before the 2000 election, but no right to know about how and when Obama was engaged in the criminal use of cocaine.

The media cannot get enough of the “Saturday Night Live” impersonations of Palin as a bubblehead. News shows pick up the Tina Fey clips and run them and run them to the merriment of all.

Can one imagine “Saturday Night Live” doing weekly send-ups of Michelle Obama and her “I’ve never been proud” of my country, this “just downright mean” America, using a black comedienne to mimic and mock her voice and accent?

“Saturday Night Live” would be facing hate-crime charges.

How do we know? When the New Yorker ran a cartoon of Michelle in an Angela-Davis afro with an AK-47 slung over her shoulder, New Yorker editors had to go on national television to swear they were not mocking Michelle, but the conservatives who have so caricatured Michelle and the Messiah.

Is there a media double standard? You betcha.

I think the CHANGE mantra of the OBAMA camp is purely fake, IF change is what OBAMA really wanted, he wouldn’t have a 30 year veteran of the same establishment he is trying to change as second in command.

Joe Biden can’t shut his mouth, Joe Biden is privy to the same intelligence as the president because of his tenure in the same establishment Obama is blaming for everything, and he has been WRONG on SEVERAL of the most key issues we have faced as a nation.. So exactly how does that plan to CHANGE?

I hear the “Obama doesn’t need experience because he will surround himself with brilliant minds about foreign policy” HIS first Choice is JOE BIDEN? That alone should send up red flags.

Now, in the event that John McCain was not able to function as President, what has Sarah Palin done in her career to make you worry about her judgment? Trooper gate? She gave birth to a “Downy”? She has an 80% approval rating as a Governor? IS there anything in her resume that says “I make poor choices for our country?” ” I can’t be trusted with secrets?” or “I have been wrong more than right in my choices regarding the safety of my constituents?
The answer is NO there is nothing on her resume that causes me concern. IF she was President I trust her to surround herself with differing opinions, and choose the best course of action for our country.
I don’t think Joe Biden would choose the best course of action in the same manner based on his entrenchment in the establishment. Between Joe Biden, Barack Obama and John McCain I trust Sarah Palin MORE than any of them.

Sarah Palin for President in 2012. (Until such time as she goes against the core principles she has shown thus far.)

Ted Nugent for Sarah Palin…And MORE! Go Ted

Ted Nugent for Sarah Palin…And MORE! Go Ted

Ted Nugent in an interview with the some reporter and posted on the “Village Voice”

“I can’t wait to hear how you translate this in the Village Voice, cause them motherfuckers need this.”

Ted Nugent.

VV: How do you think the presidential race is shaping up?

TN: It’s pretty ugly. I can’t wait to hear how you translate this in the Village Voice, cause them motherfuckers need this. By the way, I am the fuckin’ village voice. Fuck you! Here’s the village voice, (screams) fuck you! That’s the voice of the village I come from, motherfucker.

Is that what that is, the presidential race? I thought it was the fuckin’ gong show. If it wasn’t for Sarah Palin, I’d move to fuckin’ Sweden. It’s pretty pathetic. I don’t think you can be “pretty pathetic.” It’s mighty pathetic. Barack Obama, I guess if you want to be Mao Tse Tung I suppose you can be. I just don’t think you should be the president of America. Call me weird. If you really study the Communist Party of America, if you go to their website and check out their bullet points, it is the Democrat Party bullet points. It is Barack Obama. And if I’m not mistaken…didn’t the wall come down? My family thought that communism had proven wrongheaded. Am I out of line here? Did I miss the reintroduction of communism and how it benefitted society? Maybe that chapter evaded me. Remember a minute ago, when I said “fuck you?” You might want to play that over the loudspeaker system wherever you go.

Barack, fuck you. Joe, fuck you. John McCain, God bless you for discovering a Republican with massive amounts of balls. The good governor, Sarah Palin, is the bureaucrat-crushing, status quo-punching conservative that I’ve been looking for. I knew of her before John did, I had worked with Gov. Palin on numerous issues up in Alaska, where she proved she was a “we the people” person and not a bureaucrat monger. We are voting Republican this year, not because of John McCain as much as for Sarah Palin.

You really have to read that whole interview.. It is worth the dive into the liberal asshat world. Ted always tells it like he sees it, and I for one wish we had a few more celebrities like him.

Too Angry for words.

Too Angry for words.

Sorry for the lack of posts, I am just a bit too angry to post…

The reasons:

The bailout AKA Socializing America, Barrack Hussein Obama making it even more likely that we will be a socialist country by the end of 2008, My Anaheim Angels on the verge of a major collapse.

On the bright side, My buddy Gawfer took me to see possible the last Angel game in Anaheim this year, Thanks brudda. And The Carolina Panthers seem to be getting into a groove and for those two reasons I am not running amuk among the population….LOL

I’ll be back Monday with something inspiring or at the very least something to piss you off.

Oh and just in case anyone gives a damn:

I think Sarah Palin by golly, did just fine in her debate… She can’t compete with the status quo of 35 yrs in office, she can’t compete when all she can do is promote her running mate, but when she is allowed to show who she is, America gets a chance to see the true Sarah Palin, and I for one would not hesitate to vote for her for President. At the very least, she has not been corrupted by the career politicians currently acting as seat fillers, I think Sarah Palin STILL believes Gvernment is supposed to serve the people, we need to get her in office while she still believes that.

I will check that box with her name on it. McCain/Obama and Biden should all be on one ticket…Give Sarah Palin her own and she wins in a landslide.

Palin vs Biden, Close but Palin wins by MOST accounts.

Palin vs Biden, Close but Palin wins by MOST accounts.

This was the debate I really wanted to see. Sarah Palin looked good, confident and prepared. So did Joe Biden, but with Biden it was expected, 30 years of Congressional Experience gives you an edge in debates. The problem with Biden is not his appearance, or his delivery, it is his subject matter, it is severely flawed, and his candidate is more liberal than he is…

The Hot Governor and the moron

I was unimpressed by either of them to tell you the truth, I WAS impressed with Palin’s control of her emotions. It really didn’t matter, I was not changing my mind or my vote based on this debate. The reason is simple: Obama, McCain or Biden would scarcely be considered the BEST candidates for the job. PALIN on the other hand, is the BEST candidate for the TOP job.

Palin’s lack of experience in DC coupled with her STRONG moral values, her CONSERVATIVE leanings in the area of Gay Marriage, Taxes, Religion, Abortion, Education, and a host of other things, oh and her RECORD is clear. Compare her to the other three, you see the biggest chance for REAL CHANGE in Washington is Sarah Palin.

I am voting for McCain/Palin but the truth is I am voting for Palin by proxy.
Who will do the least amount of harm? McCain. McCain will at least have a CONSERVATIVE voice in his cabinet, Obama will have Biden, how is that a good thing?

IF that isn’t enough of a reason to vote McCain/Palin… Think of this:
Obama, Biden, Pelosi. First, Second and Third in power. Is there any difference? Where is the voice of reason, the sanity check?
McCain, Palin, Pelosi. First, Second and Third in power. Same Questions and the answer is SARAH PALIN.