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Governor Sarah Palin: Obama Knew of Border “Crisis” Prior to Reelection; Lied About That, Too!

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By Gary P Jackson

Governor Palin’s latest Facebook note once again rips our Liar-in-Chief:

Obama Knew of Border “Crisis” Prior to Reelection; Lied About That, Too!

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The Washington Post has a bombshell article out about how “top officials at the White House and the State Department had repeatedly been warned of the potential for…

Here’s the article Governor Palin references: [emphasis mine]

Nearly a year before President Obama declared a humanitarian crisis on the border, a team of experts arrived at the Fort Brown patrol station in Brownsville, Tex., and discovered a makeshift transportation depot for a deluge of foreign children.

Thirty Border Patrol agents were assigned in August 2013 to drive the children to off-site showers, wash their clothes and make them sandwiches. As soon as those children were placed in temporary shelters, more arrived. An average of 66 were apprehended each day on the border and more than 24,000 cycled through Texas patrol stations in 2013. In a 41-page report to the Department of Homeland Security, the team from the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) raised alarms about the federal government’s capacity to manage a situation that was expected to grow worse.

The researchers’ observations were among the warning signs conveyed to the Obama administration over the past two years as a surge of Central American minors has crossed into south Texas illegally. More than 57,000 have entered the United States this year, swamping federal resources and catching the government unprepared.

The administration did too little to heed those warnings, according to interviews with former government officials, outside experts and immigrant advocates, leading to an inadequate response that contributed to this summer’s escalating crisis.

Federal officials viewed the situation as a “local problem,” said Victor Manjarrez Jr., a former Border Patrol station chief who led the UTEP study. The research, conducted last year, was funded by the Department of Homeland Security and published in March. A broader crisis was “not on anyone’s radar,” Manjarrez added, even though it was pretty clear this number of kids was going to be the new baseline.

Cecilia Muñoz, Obama’s domestic policy adviser, said the administration and key agencies had made adjustments over time to deal with the influx of children but then responded with urgency once federal officials realized in May that the numbers would far exceed internal projections of 60,000 minors crossing the border in 2014.

Revised Border Patrol estimates now suggest the number could reach 90,000 by the end of September.

Read much more of this shocking report here. The Post goes into great detail laying out dates and times, as well as naming names.

This is outrageous, but not totally surprising. As I wrote in June, while making the case against Speaker Boehner’s idiotic lawsuit, as well as the case FOR impeachment: In January, the Obama regime was advertising for “Escort Services for Unaccompanied Alien Children.“:

[emphasis mine]

Classification Code: V- Transportation/Travel/Relocation

NAICS code: 561612

Primary POC: Rachel Ali, Contract Specialist/ Rachel.Ali@ice.dhs.gov

Secondary POC: Tony Ross, Contracting Officer/ Tony.Ross@ice.dhs.gov

A. Introduction

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), a component of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), has a continuing and mission critical responsibility for accepting custody of Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC) from U.S. Border Patrol and other Federal agencies and transporting these juveniles to Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) shelters located throughout the continental United States.

Tying all of this incontrovertible evidence together makes the case for impeachment, well unimpeachable! Article IV Section 4 of the Constitution demands the President secure the border and protect against foreign invasion. We know that not only did Obama fail to secure the border, but actively promoted the invasion of America by foreign nationals. That’s treason, dear readers.

It’s time to contact your representatives in Washington, and demand action. It’s time to demand this lawless president be removed from office before any more damage to society is done.

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Delicious! Sarah Palin and Greg Gutfeld Rip the Washington Post’s Idiotic Benghazi Tweet

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By Gary P Jackson

Earlier today the liberal swine that write for the Washington Post thought this was a proper tweet:

Amazing ain’t it. And liberals wonder why no one with a working brain takes them seriously.

Our friends at Twitchy gathered up some of the responses to these idiots:

https://twitter.com/donsurber/statuses/332178050542338049

More at Twitchy here.

A few minutes ago Sarah Palin also weighed in:

Is there any wonder why distrust of arrogant, out-of-touch media is at an all-time high? During today’s Benghazi hearings, the Washington Post actually tweeted: “Who’s tweeting about Benghazi? Rich, middle-aged men and Chick-fil-A lovers.

This would be the same Washington Post that broke the story on Watergate. Now they just mock concerned Americans who want answers to why four brave Americans died, including two distinguished vets. And the Obama administration asks, “What does it matter?

~ Sarah Palin

Greg Gutfeld weighed in as well:

Liberals are ridiculous and petty. We lost 4 AMERICANS, and it’s becoming pretty clear these brave AMERICANS were left to die by the Obama regime for political gain. And yet, this is what we get from so-called “journalists.”

Of course the reason the hacks at the Post pulled this bullshit in the first place is because they know that President Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton are guilty as sin, and they are doing all they can to discredit those brave men who are standing up and speaking out, and great personal risk. Saul Alinsky would be so proud.

One wonders if America can survive much more of this.

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Interesting: Washington Post Pulls Ammo Stockpiling Story Politico and Others Used to Smear Sarah Palin UPDATED: WaPo’s Editor Responds

UPDATED: The Washington Post’s Executive Editor Martin Baron responds.

As I wrote originally, there might be a reasonable explanation why an article appearing in the Washington Post and linked to and hyped by Politico had suddenly disappeared a couple of days after being used to smear Governor Palin, and being shown to be fictitious.

I was pleased to get a quick and reasonable response from the Post’s editor:

Dear Mr. Jackson:

I apologize for the time it has taken to get back to you. First, we had to determine the nature and origin of the story you referred to and what had become of it. Our staff has now conducted that research and filled me in.

The story you searched was written not by the Washington Post, but rather by the Associated Press. Such AP stories flow onto our website automatically, and then become dead links when under our contract we lose rights after 14 days. In this case, that’s today.

The second URL appears to be a version of the same story supplied by a service called Perfect Market, which also flows automatically onto our site. The same rules for publication on our site apply with regard to that as well.

Here is the wire as it appeared on another site:

http://www.startribune.com/nation/191251931.html?refer=y

As you can see, it is a story written by the Associated Press and picked up by other news sites, typically in an automated fashion.

I note that you’ve addressed this issue on your website. You suggest that (a) this was a story written by the Washington Post and (b) that we removed it under suspicious or nefarious circumstances. Neither is accurate.

Sincerely,

Martin Baron
Executive Editor

This seems reasonable. Though one wonders why they’d bother to publish an article that it’s readers can’t come back to in a couple of weeks.

It should be noted that Fox News has the same AP article, dated February 14, 2013 available on it’s site as of now.

I have no real beef with the Post, my beef is with the propaganda sites mentioned in the original articles, and their use of a false report to smear Governor Palin and attempt to discredit he factual statement. As I wrote below, it sure seemed odd the article at the Post disappeared at the exact same moment all of the controversy was brewing. At least we know why.

The original post is below. I would say substitute the AP every time you read Washington Post but they did indeed run this fictitious article, written by someone for the Associated Press claiming these rounds were merely for “target practice” so we can’t let them completely off the hook!

By Gary P Jackson

Here’s an interesting little twist to the saga of Obama’s lapdog media trying to smear Sarah Palin over her stating the fact that the Obama regime is stockpiling over one billion rounds of ammo, mostly man killing hollowpoints.

Yesterday we exposed the lies and slanderous commentary coming from left wing propaganda sites such as Politico, Slate, and The Atlantic, and their attempt to smear Sarah Palin.

In his slanderous article, Politico’s Kevin Cirilli linked to another Obama water carrier over at the Washington Post who published an article entitled Not so sinister: Homeland Security is stockpiling ammo for target practice.

While government agencies are, in fact, purchasing large amounts of ammunition, they are doing so for training exercises and shooting ranges, according to federal officials. The Washington Post last month summed up the Department of Homeland Security’s buying of more than 1.6 billion rounds of ammunition for training with an article headlined, “Not so sinister: Homeland Security is stockpiling ammo for target practice.”

Funny thing. This morning, while doing some follow-up, I noticed the Post has pulled the story claiming the regime was merely stockpiling bullets “for target practice.” Wonder why that is?

A quick Google search of the article’s title led me back to another dead URL. A subsequent Bing search netted a different URL, but pushing the magic “enter” button on my keyboard nets nothing more than another dead page:

Obviously, blogging being what it is, other websites have excerpted from the Post’s untruthful piece, but the original no longer exists.

I find this very interesting. There may be a logical, legitimate explanation for the article disappearing. And I’d love to hear it, if there is.

I’ve reached out to the editors at the Post but have yet to get any reply. If they can explain why a controversial article, used to smear someone who made a factual statement, just disappeared, I’ll be happy to give them their say.

Meanwhile, one has to sit and wonder why the Post article telling it’s readers not to worry, the Obama regime is stockpiling over a billion rounds of ammo, mainly consisting of man killing hollowpoints, but it’s OK, it’s just for “target practice” …. has up and disappeared from their website.

Such is how the corrupt media works. Write a fictitious story, covering up the real intentions of the regime, and when the heat comes, instead of owning it, just send it down the memory hole.

Maybe this is why a new Rasmussen poll finds that only 6% of Americans find the media “very trustworthy” and 42% find it “not very trustworthy” or “not at all trustworthy.

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Exclusive: The Washington Post Receives Coveted Fishwrapping Contract with Seattle’s Pike’s Place

by Whitney Pitcher
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Washington D.C.–The Washington Post announced in a press conference today that they  received a coveted contract with Seattle’s famous fish market, Pike’s Place, to become the exclusive provider of fish wrap for the market.  

The Post’s Kevin Merida, who was just named managing editor earlier this month, said, “this is a step in an exciting and bold direction for the Post. We want the Washington Post to reach not just to the District of Columbia, but also to Washington state as well. We do share the same name, and we want our excellent news coverage and in depth analysis to reach from the Potomac River to Puget Sound”. 

A press release from Pike’s Place noted that the market was thrilled with the partnership: “We are known for having fun at Pike’s Place, and we think that this new relationship will added need depth and seriousness to our efforts to bring fresh fish to Seattle and its tourists.” The release also noted, ” we are glad that the Post takes diversity so seriously as to expand their outreach to new species”.  

The Sierra Club also was pleased to hear of the contract. Their executive director, Michael Brune, noted that the Washington Post prints their newspaper on post consumer recycled paper and uses soy based ink. Brune also stated, ” Pike’s Place previously used non-recycled fish wrap. This is a step in right direction to make sure that our nation’s precious trees are being preserved”. 

The contract begins in March of 2013. The Washington Post beat out the New York Times and Politico’s print edition for the contract. Newsweek had to withdraw their proposal after recently suspending their print edition. 

The above passage is quite obviously satirical. However, when a “journalist” is operating with a biased agenda, satire appears like legitimate news. Earlier today, Suzi Parker of the Washington Post based and entire post around a “story” at a satirical website that claimed Governor Sarah Palin had signed on with Al-Jazeera to reach out to religious people. The article’s overarching point was that Governor Palin was supposedly trying desperately to hang on to relevancy, yet if she were truly irrelevant, why would the media have to grasp at straws to find something to pin on Palin?

For the Washington Post, this is par for the course. Since Palin burst on to the scene in 2008, the Washington Post has aimed to smear the Governor at every turn. During the 2008 election, then blogger Dave Wiegel, who covered conservative politics at the site, operated an email list among journalists to coordinate stories. Later, in 2010, it was revealed that these email exchanges included discussion on how to cover speculation that Governor Palin was not the mother of her son, Trig. Weigel left the Washington Post shortly after the news of this email list hit only to be replaced by “conservative” Jennifer Rubin. Rubin was complementary of Palin when she wrote at Commentary, but within eight days of signing on at the Washington Post, she began to slam Palin. As I wrote nearly two years ago:

Last November, the Washington Post hired Jennifer Rubin to replace journolister, Dave Weigel, as their “conservative” blogger. Yes, those quotation marks are needed. Many, including Newsbusters, saw this hire as a step in the right direction for the Washington Post, as Rubin replaced the unscrupulous Weigel and had a great tenure writing for the neoconservative outlet Commentary.In fact, prior to her departure from Commentary, Rubin wrote at least four lengthy pieces supporting and defending Governor Palin. Rubin wrote articles supporting Governor Palin’s non-elitism, highlighting her as a strong Tea Party voice, offering high praise for Governor Palin’s political instincts, and defending Governor Palin against those who criticized her Restoring Honor rally speech.

What a difference a new employment contract makes! Rubin was announced as a new conservative commentator for the Washington Post on November 23, 2010 writing a blog called “Right Turn” and eight days later, wrote her first anti Palin screed arguing that Governor Palin was not a front runner for the GOP presidential nomination and poo pooing Governor Palin’s use of the term “death panel”–a phrase that Rubin was supportive of in her articles at Commentary. 

This kind of anti-conservative coverage has continued, as Rubin bashed Senator DeMint when he resigned from the Senate and knocked Senator Ted Cruz’s early days in Washington D.C.

Those who don’t wear the conservative moniker,and some who even claim to be objective have engaged in this type of behavior as well. When Governor Palin’s emails were released in the Summer of 2010, the Post’s “journalists”, obviously averse to the idea of performing due diligence and actual research, crowd sourced the emails, asking readers to find juicy tidbits about Palin. During the 2012 election, shortly after writing a piece on how sexist it was that the media focused on Michelle Obama’s clothes, one Washington Post “She the People” blogger spent most of a post criticizing what Governor Palin wore at a rally for Missouri Senatorial candidate Sarah Steelman.

Just recently, Chris Cillizza, who has been less-than-objective to Governor Palin in the past wrote a lengthy post declaring Palin irrelevant following her decision not to renew her contract with FoxNews. Just a few short weeks later, Cillizza invoked Palin’s name to take a shot at both Palin and the Pope when the Pope announced his resignation. While Palin is still supposedly irrelevant in his eyes, she was still relevant enough to mock.

To be sure, the Washington Post is known to smear and misrepresent many conservatives, but it is especially   apparent and pointed when it comes to Governor Palin. When Palin gave her acceptance speech at the RNC  in September 2008, she looked right into the camera and noted that she wasn’t aiming to seek the media’s approval; she was aiming to serve the people of the country. That is what she has done. She served Alaska as governor leading to multiple credit upgrades, ethics reform, and strong budgets for the state. She has supported conservative candidates, rallied the Tea Party faithful, helped in tornado relief in Alabama, visited Haiti after a devastating earthquake, flew thousands of miles to attend the memorial service of a fallen hero on her birthday. Palin often notes that only dead fish go with the flow. Palin is no dead fish, but the media who continue to claim her irrelevance may find their writing only serve to wrap actual dead fish, proving that real irrelevancy lies with the legacy media.

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Sarah Palin Tweets Washington Post She’s Having Coffee With Elvis at Mocha Moose in Wasilla!

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Yeah, it’s a pretty bad photoshop job. Never stopped us before, ain’t gonna stop us now!

By Gary P Jackson

This is simply delicious! After the Washington Post’s pathetic excuse for a “journalist” Suzi Parker wrote her nonsensical article, after falling for a satire piece claiming the Governor was going to work for Al Jazeera, Sarah Palin is having some fun with these nimrods on Twitter:

She gets in a dig at Dear Leader Obama as well:

Thanks to our friends at Twitchy #SuziParkerScoops is trending on Twitter, with hilarious results!

Michelle Malkin had a couple of tweets for Miss Suzi:

Word has it Parker was blocking anyone on Twitter who was using the #SuziParkerScoops hashtag. Many liberals act this way on Twitter. They can dish out their hateful rhetoric, but can’t take anyone criticizing them.

Our very own Whitney Pitcher added a few scoops for Miss Suzi:

Read more at Whitney’s feed here.

Read more fun tweets at Twitchy here.

One thing that sets Sarah Palin apart from many in politics today, and frankly, life in general, is she doesn’t take herself too seriously, and she can give as good as she gets. In this, she reminds me a lot of Ronald Reagan. Having a great sense of humor was one of the great things about Reagan. Palin too!

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Idiot Washington Post “Journalist” Suzi Parker Cites Satirical Article to Bash Sarah Palin

Palin-Derangement-Syndrome

By Gary P Jackson

The Washington Post’s Suzi Parker has been suffering from Palin Derangement Syndrome© since the powerful Alaska Governor first took to the national stage. Unable to accept the Governor’s incredible record as a Chief Executive, Parker and her ilk have instead chosen to publish lies and outright nonsense over the years instead.

The latest though, is hilarious. It seems Miss Suzi read some off the wall satirical website called The Daily Currant, which reported that Sarah Palin was set to host a show on Al Jazeera, and decided to treat it as fact. I wonder if Miss Suzi said anything when con artist deluxe, Al Gore, sold his Current network to Al Jareera, and pocketed 500 million Arab oil dollars?

Here’s some of the article that Miss Suzi, a certified idiot, fell for:

Just weeks after leaving Fox News, Sarah Palin is bouncing back by joining the fledgling Al Jazeera America news network as a host and commentator.

The former vice presidential nominee confirmed today that she has signed a multi-million dollar deal to host her own shows and to provide commentary on United States issues for Al Jazeera, which is best known for its news coverage of the Middle East.

After leaving Fox News, Palin said she was hoping to reach a broader audience with her message. When contacted by phone, Palin said Al Jazeera – with its extensive international network – offered her the best opportunity to broadcast to millions of people.

As you all know, I’m not a big fan of newspapers, journalists, news anchors and the liberal media in general,” Palin said. “But I met with the folks at Al-JaJizzraa (sic) and they told me they reach millions of devoutly religious people who don’t watch CBS or CNN. That tells me they don’t have a liberal bias.”

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The Qatar-based Al Jazeera launched an English-language network in 2006 but has struggled to gain acceptance in the United States because of its controversial reporting of Israeli and Middle Eastern issues.

However, the network has doubled down on its investment in America having recently acquired cable network Current TV for $500 million from former Vice President Al Gore. It plans to replace Current with a new United States-based affiliate.

Although no longer involved directly with the network, Gore endorsed Palin’s career move as a sign of Al Jazeera’s commitment to fairness and balance.

Al Jazeera provides high-quality, intelligent coverage of important issues,” Gore said. “And more importantly, it’s backed by oil money. That means when you get paid…you really get paid.”

Al Jazeera confirmed the deal in a statement released to the press.

We think Mrs. Sarah Palin will be a wonderful addition to our network,” said Sheikh Hamad bin Thamer bin Mohammed bin Thani Al-Thani, chairman of Al Jazeera.

We have been informed that Mrs. Palin is very popular and well-respected by the American people. She will provide a friendly face and help us gain acceptance in America as a valuable, fair and reliable news network.”

From Wasilla to the World

New York-based media analyst Elizabeth Lemon says that Palin would help rebrand the network for an American audience.

In order to crack the U.S. market, you have to have at least a few conservative voices on your airwaves,” Lemon said. “Even MSNBC has Joe Scarborough. You need to hear the conservative viewpoint.

Palin dismissed the idea that her joining Al Jazeera – where she will host a weekly news show called Palin’s America– would cause a backlash from U.S. conservatives.

If a liberal darling like Al Gore has no problem selling his network to the Al-Jazimian (sic) people, then I have no problem joining their network,” Palin said. “Americans have a bad view of Muslims because of terrorism and Barack Obama.

But they also told me that they are very opposed to terrorism,” Palin said. “If they had supported it, that would have been a huge deal-breaker for me.

And they said I could work from my own home studio, so I wouldn’t have to fly to the Middle East and risk getting my plane hijacked or blown up,”

Palin, who previously served as governor of Alaska, said she also will host a travel show dedicated to showcasing the beauty of her home state for the Arab world.

Alaska is located very close to the Middle East, yet for some reason we don’t have many Arab tourists,” she said. “We may not have camels, deserts and genies, but we’ve certainly got lots of oil and caribou – which are kinda like the Christian version of camels.

You can read the rest here.

To be honest, I’m laughing my ass off not only at Miss Suzi but the Currant’s satire. It’s genuinely funny, and they get in a great dig at Al Gore!

Only a moron would read this though and think it’s anything but satire. Let’s break it down:

The supposed quote from Al Gore … and his praise for oil money … should have been Miss Suzi’s first hint she was being put on.

And “New York media annalist Elizabeth Lemon“? Seriously? I mean come on! Frankly, this is an inspired twist by the author, as Liz Lemon is the fictional character played by Tina Fey on NBC’s 30 Rock. How can anyone who pretends to know pop culture, like Miss Suzi not get that?

The notion of Sarah basically doing “Sarah Palin’s Alaska for the Middle East audience and “her” quotes about caribou and such are funny!

Of course, if Miss Suzi had bothered to look at the website’s masthead, or just google the website, she’s seen that the website bills itself as The Global Satirical Newspaper of Record.

A look at other articles on the website includes:

Police Shoot Jazz Band Members In Dorner Manhunt


Catholic Church Considering Jerry Sandusky as Next Pope

President Obama: ‘Don’t Call Me a Liberal’

Dick Cheney Calls for Invasion of Iran


Vladimir Putin Kills Grizzly Bear With Bare Hands

Glenn Beck Calls 911 After Accidentally Eating Halal Pizza

While it’s hit and miss, for the most part, the stuff on the website is genuinely funny, and only a complete moron would mistake anything there as legit.

The Washington Post trying to do damage control after Miss Suzi has made such a massive fool out of herself and the newspaper, has changed not only the headline, but the article itself.

The original headline read: Sarah Palin’s plan to reach ‘millions of devoutly religious people’ through Al Jazeera but has changed it to Sarah Palin tries to stay relevant.

The latter is one of the laziest headlines ever. There are literally hundreds of stories written by liberals monthly about how “irrelevant” Sarah Palin is. Nothing says “irrelevant” better that writing 100,000 words a month describing how “irrelevant” someone is!

The Post also posted this at the top of Miss Suzi’s piece:

CORRECTION: An earlier version of this post incorrectly reported that Sarah Palin had signed on as a contributor to the Al Jazeera America news network. The blogger cited a report on the Daily Currant Web site as the basis for that information without realizing that the piece was satirical.

As you can imagine, readers are giving Miss Suzi and the Post hell in the comments section.

It’s not just Miss Suzi’s stupidity in linking to a satirical article and reporting it as fact that is at issue here. The rest of the piece is total crap as well.

The Sarah Palin Story is a cautionary tale about what can happen when politics and celebrity meet.

Fox News and their once-upon-a-time darling Palin recently parted ways after three years. But it appears that Palin is still trying to find ways to stay relevant while her 15 minutes fades into the political history books.

Miss Suzi goes on to talk about Sarah’s posting about Chris Kyle’s funeral, conveniently leaving out the fact Sarah calls Obama out for not mentioning Kyle or sending someone to represent him at the service for the American hero.

As we noted a while back, Sarah is so irrelevant that during the 2012 election cycle, she had a 75% endorsement success rate, vs Karl Rove’s 1%. And she did most of her endorsement work from Facebook and Twitter. She did campaign in person for several candidates, including Conservative superstar Senator Ted Cruz, but most of her endorsements were simply poss on social media.

I challenge Miss Suzi, or anyone else, to name another politician who can sit at home and type 140 characters on Twitter and accomplish what Sarah Palin can!

Miss Suzi then cites the bogus poll that claims Hillary Clinton is more popular in Alaska than Sarah, and if the two were matched up in 2016, Clinton would win. I hate to tell this gullible fool, but even Mitt Romney carried Alaska. The idea Sarah Palin wouldn’t carry her home state is so laughable it doesn’t deserve any further commentary.

Not being able to come up with anything better on her own, Miss Suzi then quotes fellow Palin derangement Syndrome© sufferer Lara Brown:

Lara Brown, a political science professor at Villanova University, says that Palin’s star flickered the minute she said she wasn’t running for president in 2011.

She gave up her gladiator status and became a spectator,” Brown told me. “In doing so, she could only stay relevant for so long because the people who rallied behind her in 2008 and wanted her to be their champion in 2012 were sorely disappointed. They believed she had the ‘fire in belly’ for politics and that she was going to be a ‘pit bull-tough hockey mom.’”

Brown points to Palin abandoning the Alaska governorship as the first clue that she may not remain in politics.

For whatever reason, she has chosen to leave the game – more than once – and that is why she has become a ‘flash in the pan,’” Brown says.

Fame, not legislating, is clearly what Palin still seeks. She had to be at least a bit giddy last month when actress Julianne Moore won a Golden Globe for her portrayal of Palin in the HBO miniseries “Game Change.”

Yeah I’m sure Sarah Palin is just ecstatic that a washed up soft core porn actress won a stupid award for her completely fact-free portrayal of Sarah.

In case you missed it at the time, our Stacy Drake was able to rip “Game Change apart in just two articles:

Top 10 Lies of HBO’s “Game Change

and….

Thanks HBO! Your Time Stamps in “Game Change” Help Us Prove Your Lies

OK, as for the rest of the supposed political analyst’s nonsensical rant:

Fame, not legislating, is clearly what Palin still seeks.” This should be obvious, especially to someone with a PhD like Lara Brown: Sarah Palin has NEVER legislated. Except for her time on the Wasilla city council, she’s always been in an executive position. Besides being a small business owner, Sarah has been Mayor, Chairman of the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, Governor, and Chairman of the Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission. Chief Executives don’t legislate. They lead.

Brown points to Palin abandoning the Alaska governorship as the first clue that she may not remain in politics.

First off, anyone who doesn’t understand what happened and why Sarah Palin resigned as Governor simply doesn’t want to understand, or is flat out lying to their readers. Looking back it was a brilliant move. Her agenda was still being implemented, and she stopped Obama’s hand picked thugs, who were costing the state of Alaska millions, dead in their tracks.

Brown thinks Sarah has been sitting on the sidelines since 2008. I guess she forgets Sarah lead Conservatives in 2010 and helped bring about the largest political turnover of power since Reconstruction after the Civil War.

You can read the rest of Miss Suzi’s nonsense here.

Granted, there were Palin supporters who were disappointed that she didn’t run for President in 2012, but looking back, it was a smart move.

Personally, I have followed Governor Palin’s career since early 2007. I’ve come to understand that Sarah has some of the best political instincts of any politician in history. She saw 2012 wasn’t her time. I respect that.

It’s still to be seen what she will do, politically, but she’s been quite vocal in saying she’s ready to fight, and when Sarah Palin fights, she fights to win.

It’s hilarious watching these idiotic liberals make fools of themselves every time the attack Sarah Palin though. Over the years, many people have tried and come off looking stupid, and ruining anything that ever passed for their credibility.

Suzi Parker is a fool.

Dave Burge, Iowahawk, writing for Breitbart.com brilliantly adds:

Suzi Parker, Ace Reporter

Something called “Suzi Parker” who writes something called “She The People” at something called “The Washington Post” bagged the scoop of the century earlier today, in a report originally entitled “Sarah Palin’s plan to reach ‘millions of devoutly religious people’ through al-Jazeera

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Whowhutwhenwhywhere HUH? LOLZ! Man, I guess there just is no end to the stupidity and gullibility of that snowbilly Caribou Barbie, and… oh. Um. Wait. I guess Suzi’s Pulitzer is on hold for the moment, since the story came from a third-rate satire site. So the Post has now updated the scoop with a new title: “Sarah Palin Tries to Stay Relevant

Maybe a more accurate correction would have added “because we are psychologically incapable of disbelieving about any story the voices in our head tell us about Sarah Palin.

The media wonders why they have no credibility whatsoever. It’s nonsense like this, and idiots like Suzi Parker who have made it so.

When you look up pathetic in the dictionary:

suzitwitter

The Washington Post’s Best and Brightest™: Miss Suzi Parker.

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Dan Riehl: The Washington Post’s War On Women and Sarah Palin

The Washington Post’s Diana Reese

By Stacy Drake

This morning, the Washington Post published a very shallow article by Diana Reese, who attended the Steelman rally in Missouri last Friday. Dan Riehl responded:

What to make of this, other than, it’s not okay to be sexist but it’s Sarah Palin, so I will be?

When Palin took to the makeshift stage in the middle of a Missouri farm field, she was dressed more for the part of Hollywood celebrity than serious politician. I know someone’s going to remind me that just last week, I said it was sexist to focus on the wardrobes of women in politics. But it was hard for me to take Palin seriously dressed as she was.”

This is why I contend that the real war on women originates on the left. Outside of the entertainment field, to qualify for protected status on the left, a woman needs to leave behind those things that might make her appear uniquely feminine to a man.

[…]

But as for what one might call a real woman, one a man might find himself attracted to, or even want to spend some time with, in the mind of those on the left today, they can’t possibly be worth taking seriously.

So, who is actually waging war on women in American society when it comes right down to it? As far as I’m concerned, it’s the left and liberals and always has been.

You can read Dan’s entire piece here.

This WaPo article is particularly funny when you read what Reese wrote just a few days ago in regard to Michelle Obama’s wardrobe. She wrote:

We are still such a sexist society.

And:

Let’s quit worrying about clothes and focus on issues instead.

I would love to, but instead I’m responding to your article about Governor Palin’s clothes, Ms. Reese.

I assume that Reese, like most liberals, thinks sexism only applies to women on the left. How else do you explain these lines from the Palin article, after writing what she wrote in the Michelle Obama piece?:

But it was hard for me to take Palin seriously dressed as she was.

First, her shoes: Five-inch wedges. Her black capris weren’t quite skin-tight but tight enough, and her t-shirt with its Superman logo (a Steelman campaign shirt emblazoned with “Our freedom. Our fight.”) emphasized her figure. She never once removed her oversized sunglasses.

I’m sorry, but I’d like my minister, my doctor and yes, my politicians, to look and dress for their parts.

Their part? I suppose Reese would take Governor Palin more “seriously” if she chopped off her hair, and wore a frumpy pastel colored suit like Democrat women do. That isn’t the way Governor Palin rolls, and thank God. By the way, why would Governor Palin remove her prescription sunglasses when she’s standing out in the sun?

Everyone working the Steelman campaign wore Steelman T-shirts that day. I happen to love that Governor Palin sees herself as part of the team, and took to wearing one herself. Her glasses were mandatory to see, and the pants and shoes went great with the shirt.

It’s Summertime in Missouri, Ms. Reese… Lighten up.

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Heartache: Washington Post Faces Circulation, Revenue Collapse

By Gary P Jackson

Think of this as a follow up to the Dana Milbank, lying liars who lie story.

Washington Post Co. reported its first-quarter earnings on Friday, and the news coming out of the newspaper division was mostly grim. The unit lost $22.6 million in the quarter, with revenue down 8% and revenue from print advertising specifically…

Andrew Breitbart’s Big Journalism has all of the details.

Could happen to a more deserving bunch of weasels.

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The Washington Post: Palin a “Definite Renegade” on Big Oil

by Whitney Pitcher

As the MSM and their readers continue to search through Governor Palin’s emails searching for non-existent bombshells, let me be one of the first to welcome the Washington Post to 2008. As Ian mentioned at C4P, the Washington Post recognized that Governor Palin’s emails showed that Governor Palin budgeted frugally and was opposed to pork barrel spending. Now, the Washington Post recognizes that Governor Palin did not have a buddy-buddy relationship with Big Oil. Both of these supposedly new revelations are not new at all to Palin supporters who have followed her political rise after Senator McCain chose her as his VP nominee or even prior to that.

The Washington Post reports:

But on one issue in particular — the party’s long-standing ties to large oil and gas companies that have helped underwrite its attempts to seize and hold power in Washington — the Palin that emerges from e-mails during her Alaska governorship is a definite renegade.

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While a book she published last year still displays her animus for “Big Oil” and proudly recounts her decision not to “pal around” with its lobbyists, these criticisms feature less frequently in her rhetoric now. And on the national political stage, she’s been supportive of the industry’s aspirations to expand deep-ocean drilling, famously telling a crowd of Florida supporters before the 2008 election, “Drill, baby, drill.”

The article later goes on to highlight several emails between Governor Palin and her staff noting her dislike for Big Oil. One email recounts how Governor Palin took joy in choosing to read to a kindergarten class rather than meet with oil company executives, and additionally shares the role of corruption in Big Oil relationship with Alaskan politicians:

The oil industry’s influence in the state was at the heart of a corruption scandal involving top legislators that emerged during her governorship, an issue on which Palin was privately briefed by the FBI. But it is clear from the e-mails that Palin’s resentments, and those of her top aides, ran deep and were not opportunistic.

It should be noted that the indictments for the corruption scandal came during her tenure, but the corruption scandal itself took place during Governor Murkowski’s term. Murkowski’s oil tax plan was a behind closed door deal that aimed to give preferential treatment to certain companies. Some Alaskan legislators took pride in their cozy relationships with oil companies, some of them forming a club known as the “Corrupt B*****s Club”.  Fighting this corruption and ensuring transparency in any oil company -government interactions was paramont in her administration. Transparency was two of her key pieces of legislation-ACES (the oil tax mechanism) and AGIA (the transcontinental natural gas pipeline), as Governor Palin noted in a March Facebook post. In fact, regarding AGIA, one of the released emails revealed how serious Governor Palin was about transparency (emphasis mine):

So that everyone is clear and we’re consistent , despite what some of the press is saying and already criticizing us for , I WILL release the number and name of applicants tonight, and will always err on the side of MORE transparency, not less, when dealing with applicants and proposals and the public ‘ s expectations that they’ll be privy to all AGIA info (unlike murkowski ‘ s tactic).

One thing that the Washington Post fails to reconcile is Governor Palin’s pro-development, yet anti-Big Oil stance. Governor Palin has always advocated for increased development. As Governor, she did so in part because she is a strong constitutionalist, and the state constitution called for Alaska’s natural resources be developed for the “maximum benefit of the people”, who are the resource owners. Both as a state and national voice, Governor Palin has advocated for increased development to help ensure energy independence for Americans, which would help make America more physically, economically, and monetarily secure. She does not stand for crony capitalism, however, and her support for drilling remains for the interest of all Americans, not for government selected oil companies.

These emails only further confirm Governor Palin’s consistent stance on the issues. Whether it’s budgeting, earmarks, or crony capitalism. It’s nice to see that the Washington Post is beginning to catch up to 2008.

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Corrupt Washington Post Hires Disgraced Former Palin Staffer As E-Mail “Expert”

By Gary P Jackson

You just thought the Washington Post hit rock bottom with their Palin e-mail nonsense, which BTW, has produced the exact opposite results they intended. These e-mails are proving Sarah Palin was a hard working Governor, a solid reformer, and an incredible CEO.

Liberals are stupid though, especially those in the media, so WaPo is doubling down. They’ve went out and hired disgraced former Palin staffer Frank Bailey to be their e-mail “expert.”

If you remember, Bailey, the only Palin staffer to ever be forced to take ethics training by the state, because of his behavior, allowed far left loon, and Obama blogger, Jeanne Devon, to put his name on a fantasy book she wrote, pretending to be a serious work discussing Bailey’s time on Sarah Palin’s staff, using e-mails stolen from the state archives.

For his efforts, Bailey is under investigation by Alaska’s Attorney General.

Alas, the book has been a dismal failure sales wise, so Bailey, a crapweasel of the highest order, is looking for a new way to scam someone out of money while cashing in on the job he once had on Sarah Palin’s staff.

The Post is only too happy to oblige. They will be hosting a “chat” with this nimrod on Monday at 11 am, Eastern time. They are asking for questions. I’m sure our readers will be happy to ask some good ones.

You can submit your questions now by clicking here.

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