Sarah Palin appeared on Sean Hannity's Radio Show yesterday to discuss the all important special election that is taking place in New Jersey today. Palin uses her high profile voice bring attention to all the reasons to send candidate Steve Lonegan to the US Senate and also discusses our God-given resources that are underfoot which, used responsibility, would make us more free and independent.
Posted to Sarah Palin's Facebook page on September 25th:
Our president was delusional and contradictory when he declared in his speech before the U.N. General Assembly, "The world is more stable than it was five years ago” (exactly when he swooped into office to calm the rising tides). But then in the next breath he listed examples of how it's not more stable. All he needed to do was ask the Christians of the Middle East who are being targeted everywhere we look by Islamic extremists on their deadly march. This same president has declared that "Al Qaeda is on the run." Yes, they apparently ran to places like Egypt, Libya, Kenya, Syria, and perhaps here next for all we know. It's not like they haven't attacked our homeland before. Good Lord, "delusional" is a generous term. The world right now is a tinderbox, hardly stable.
Instead of calling out the President's deceptive comments, his reliable lapdogs in the media turn their attention and ire on Ted Cruz for daring to stand up for the American people. Maybe if Ted had worn pretty pink running shoes he'd have gotten more respect from the same leftwing media that gushed over the Texan state senator who filibustered in the Texas legislature for the right to late term abortions of babies (a position at odds with the sentiment of the majority of Texans and Americans).
See the link below for more on Obama's U.N. speech delusions and contradictions. It’s truly unbelievable.
- Sarah Palin
Here’s the link:
RUSH: Here's Greg in Nashua, New Hampshire. You're next on the EIB Network. Hello.
CALLER: Hi, Rush. Based on what you're saying about the Republican Party abandoning a large chunk of the American population -- including conservatives -- or even being any real opposition to the Democrats on Obamacare and apparently everything else, I'm wondering whether Sarah Palin's recent gambit that if the GOP... I think she calls them the GOP brain trust on the Greta show. If the GOP is indeed abandoning her as well as a large swath of American voters, she's going independent. Palin is a prominent Republican. Even beyond what Ted Cruz or Mike Lee has said, she's broached the topic of going outside the GOP if need be, and maybe she's right on target there. Maybe she can lead the way out of this conundrum of the Dems and the GOP, apparently, being joined at the hip, at least on Obamacare and probably a lot more.
RUSH: Well, you mean by going third party?
CALLER: Yeah, or thing if... Turn the party over to her she'll go third.
RUSH: Now, wait a minute. I think I mighta missed something. Nobody is gonna turn the party over to anyone. More
"These Obama administration scandals are a sad and stark reminder that only limited government can ensure liberty."
Breitbart has published the following op-ed from Sarah Palin. She asks the right question, that being, "will we stand for this"?
As more information about the IRS scandal trickles out daily, the White House’s involvement is becoming clearer. Those of us who’ve been warning about the demise of freedom with Barack Obama’s efforts to “fundamentally transform” our great nation are about to witness some sad vindication. Will awakened Americans finally join us in saying “enough is enough”?
The president would like us to believe that he only learned about the IRS corruption from watching the news. But we recently learned that the White House was actively working with the IRS on how to roll out the story of this scandal. So, Mr. President, how can you have your staff work on the roll out of the biggest controversy since Watergate, and yet claim that you only heard about it by watching the news with the rest of us?
For the president to deny any knowledge of what was brewing and to claim to know nothing about the Benghazi cover-up or anything about anything White House-related lately, he’s either a liar or a hugely incompetent CEO. You decide.
Yesterday, we also learned that the top IRS official involved in the targeting scandal is planning on pleading the Fifth during her Congressional hearings. That's keen – she’ll be able to enjoy her Fifth Amendment rights in a hearing about how her intimidating organization denied Americans the ability to fully exercise their First Amendment rights.
Keep in mind that the IRS considers you guilty until proven innocent when they audit you. The Fifth Amendment doesn’t apply.
This scandal is not just about the IRS targeting Americans to deny them tax-except status or subjecting them to harassing retaliatory audits. The IRS also leaked to left-wing reporters the confidential application information submitted by conservative groups.
The IRS claims that their leaking of information was “inadvertent and unintentional disclosures by the employees involved.” They at first blamed the entire IRS scandal on a couple of employees who “went rogue,” but we soon found out that this was just more malarkey coming from the president’s spokesman. But even if these were “inadvertent and unintentional disclosures,” is that supposed to make us feel better? With the IRS running Obamacare, what are the chances that our confidential information and medical records will “inadvertently” and “unintentionally” be disclosed? Please remember that some of us warned America about the dangers of having the IRS play such a big role with the administration of Obamacare. We were laughed at and mocked relentlessly back then. It sure doesn’t seem funny now, does it?
This IRS scandal is especially terrible because Americans live in fear of the IRS like no other entity because this monstrous bureaucracy has the power to take your hard-earned money. Your wages are the sum of your labors; hence, the IRS has the power to steal the fruits of your labors. Average Americans live in fear of making an error on their tax returns that could cost them massive amounts of money, plus their reputation and good name. If a small business makes a mistake, the IRS can shut them down and send them to jail.
The IRS has always been the face of intimidating and controlling big government. Now it’s the face of corrupt big government that actively attacks the people it is supposed to serve. This isn’t the change America was hoping for, Mr. President, but it certainly is transformative.
Average everyday Americans like my dad and his non-political buddies are outraged by this IRS scandal, perhaps more so than all the other White House fiascos that are making the radical Left’s intentions crystal clear. It’s because this IRS cluster hits close to home for everyone. It’s tangible proof of how a corrupt government can intimidate and target a person’s record, reputation, and life, and make them feel helpless.
These Obama administration scandals are a sad and stark reminder that only limited government can ensure liberty. At our core, we Americans just want to be left alone to live freely, peacefully, and productively. More
Approximately 2 hours ago Gov. Sarah Palin posted the above captioned photo to her Facebook page. If you're unsure of the back-story, let me fill you in.
It's been brewing for a couple of days now and started with this MSNBC clip in which Melissa Harris-Perry tells us that we have to "break through our kind of private idea that kids belong to their parents". Additionally, you should note the use of the word "collectivism" by Ms. Harris-Perry. Palin wanted to draw attention to this notion and tweeted the following:
This resulted in Sarah Palin tweeting the following:
Next came this follow-up tweet from Gov. Palin:
In my opinion, this is just another fine example of Palin's wit and wisdom.
Sarah Palin, via her Facebook page, calls out the lame-stream media again.
CNN: it’s no wonder your ratings still aren't matching competitors. American viewers are smarter than you assume, and we simply want truth in reporting.
Please see the article linked below. Wolf Blitzer’s recent coverage of this story really was blisteringly dishonest. First, because he didn’t reach out to me or the SarahPAC staff for rebuttal. Second, because he failed to disclose the anti-tea party associations of the “architect” of this story whose organization is a competitor of my efforts to advance the candidacies of genuine grassroots conservatives – not those handpicked by the permanent political class. As the article explains, in my recent CPAC speech I gulped and denounced the consultants who engage in campaign hopping and have made a racket out of multi-million dollar failures each election cycle for themselves and their cronies. What a shame CNN continues to plug away in a floundering direction with reports like this. The shame is that they employ some top-notch reporters who no doubt believe in truth in journalism, but examples like this diminish the good reporters’ good efforts.
As a side note, I find it interesting that CNN recently disclosed that their old “Crossfire” show might hit their airwaves again. Wasn’t CNN among those who issued blistering criticism about the use of a “crossfire” icon in 2010 to represent political districts we wished to see represented by commonsense conservatives? CNN, among others, implied that using a “crossfire” icon (which was a tactic first employed by Democrats to illustrate political maps of districts they “targeted” to win) was inciting violence.
- Sarah Palin
John Avlon, the co-founder of the anti-Tea Party No Labels group, wrote a bizarre attack piece on Sarah Palin's lean political action committee last week after completely misconstruing what Palin said at the Conservative Political Action Conference. At CPAC, the former Alaska governor and Tea Party leader denounced the permanent political class and urged Republicans to "furlough" the consultants.
Palin railed against consultants and those who need them for stories--like Avlon, who, along with those like Mark McKinnon, feigns objectivity while pushing the "No Labels" agenda that is mutually exclusive with that of conservatives and Tea Partiers. Those like Avlon often bash influential Tea Party conservatives like Palin to pay tribute to their liberal mainstream media masters, who then reward them with dutiful pats on the head and television appearances for him to peddle his "centrist" books the country does not care about, will not read, and certainly has no intention of buying.
More importantly, though, Avlon and the No Labels crowd are directly threatened by the rise of conservatives and Tea Partiers, and they want to do everything they can do diminish the person who serves as a successful spokeswoman and clearinghouse for conservative and Tea Party candidates.
Never in Palin's CPAC speech, which Avlon references heavily in his less than substantive article, did she say a politician cannot have advisers. There is a huge difference between a politician's staff who work almost exclusively for a politician and consultants who look for a new roster of candidates every election cycle. More
In response to a comment from Tucker Carlson during an interview with Greta Van Susteren, Palin supporters set Twitter "on fire" with #SarahPalinDoes. As usual, Twitchy did a great job in featuring some of the best tweets here.
Mr. Carlson, in his infinite wisdom (or his complete ineptness) uttered, during Van Susteren's interview, that he was "not clear what Sarah Palin does". In my opinion, Carlson is simply part of the main stream (lame stream) media whose agenda is to tear down the most powerful and influential voice for grassroots Conservatives. I'm going to go out on and limb and guess that Mr. Carlson is not familiar with the following: It is often said in Alaska that “the Alaskan political landscape is littered with the bodies of those who underestimated Sarah Palin.”
In response to tweets with hashtag #SarahPalinDoes, Sarah Palin tweeted the following message of thanks:
Thanks Governor Palin. We've got your back too.
#SarahPalinDoes appreciate support from those who are in it for a reason, not a season.
Sarah Palin took to her Twitter and Facebook accounts yesterday to "fact check" and provide commentary on President Obama's State of the Union address. The graphic at the bottom is her summary of important topics that were seemingly too unimportant for President Obama to touch upon. Some fine examples of her responses (tweets) to President Obama's SOTU statements are here, here, here, and here. Early on, Palin introduced hash tag #sotUGottaBKiddingMe here. This is pure Sarah Palin. She's unleashed, unshackled, and on a mission to fight for her country. I love it!
From Palin's Facebook page:
Here's a telling reminder of what wasn't said tonight. What Obama DIDN'T say reflects his values & priorities as much as what he did.
Graphic provided by SarahPAC
Sarah Palin appeared "On The Record" with Greta Van Susteren to discuss the shocking revelation that our State Department did know, in real time, that the Benghazi attack was an act of terror. Emails reveal that some 300-400 people may have also known.
Governor Palin went on to say that there is no moral compass in this administration and that there is no moral compass in our main stream media. Palin cited that our sons and daughters are fighting for that freedom of the press in America and yet there is abuse of that freedom of the press. "They think they are free to lie to the American people about what's going on."