Sarah Palin – Just Say NO to RINOs; backs Doug Hoffman (video)

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Sarah Palin puts her money where her mouth is in her opposition to both Red and Blue Socialism and declared her support and endorsement of Doug Hoffman.

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This action adds her name to others of like mind, namely,  former Sen. Fred Thompson and ex-Rep. Dick Armey and puts the trio in direct conflict with former GOP House Speaker Newt Gingrich, who has endorsed and financially helped Dede Scozzafava.

By doing so, Sarah Palin takes off the gloves and withholds support for the Republican RINO, Dede Scozzafava and the GOP Washington establishment who now feels the Palin heat of disapproval in the New York special election for the 23’rd District seat in the US House of Representatives.

Mark Levin Comments on Air

Sarah Palin’s own announcement…

Support Doug Hoffman

October 22, 2009 8:28 pm

The people of the 23rd Congressional District of New York are ready to shake things up, and Doug Hoffman is coming on strong as Election Day approaches! He needs our help now.

The votes of every member of Congress affect every American, so it’s important for all of us to pay attention to this important Congressional campaign in upstate New York. I am very pleased to announce my support for Doug Hoffman in his fight to be the next Representative from New York’s 23rd Congressional district. It’s my honor to endorse Doug and to do what I can to help him win, including having my political action committee, SarahPAC, donate to his campaign the maximum contribution allowed by law.

Our nation is at a crossroads, and this is once again a “time for choosing.”

The federal government borrows, spends, and prints too much money, while our national debt hits a record high. Government is growing while the private sector is shrinking, and unemployment is on the rise. Doug Hoffman is committed to ending the reckless spending in Washington, D.C. and the massive increase in the size and scope of the federal government. He is also fully committed to supporting our men and women in uniform as they seek to honorably complete their missions overseas.

And best of all, Doug Hoffman has not been anointed by any political machine.

Doug Hoffman stands for the principles that all Republicans should share: smaller government, lower taxes, strong national defense, and a commitment to individual liberty.

Political parties must stand for something. When Republicans were in the wilderness in the late 1970s, Ronald Reagan knew that the doctrine of “blurring the lines” between parties was not an appropriate way to win elections. Unfortunately, the Republican Party today has decided to choose a candidate who more than blurs the lines, and there is no real difference between the Democrat and the Republican in this race. This is why Doug Hoffman is running on the Conservative Party’s ticket.

Republicans and conservatives around the country are sending an important message to the Republican establishment in their outstanding grassroots support for Doug Hoffman: no more politics as usual.

You can help Doug by visiting his official website below and joining me in supporting his campaign:
http://www.doughoffmanforcongress.com/donate3.html.

– Sarah Palin

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87 Responses to Sarah Palin – Just Say NO to RINOs; backs Doug Hoffman (video)

  1. samiam60 says:

    Good morning my Fellow Patriots

  2. samhenry says:

    I had no idea this had happened. Good for her; good for you for catching this mouse that roared.

  3. samhenry says:

    Good morning Sami

  4. samhenry says:

    I can only be on a short time. I have to go to the emerals City to get my flu shot. At my age, it doesn’t matter if it kills you, people think you are old enough to die.

    It’s the regular flu shot. Even with chronic bronchial asthma and my age, my doc says I am in line for H1Nofun AFTER children and pregnantmothers. So why bother, be happy. All of those people should have their lives ahead of thim.

  5. Foxwood says:

    Morning Sam, Sam, VF!

  6. VotingFemale says:

    I take it you are not a Sarah fan? I think I saw that already, though. Not everyone is…

    No Problem… I did not write her off as the Socialists and RINOs would have us all do.

    They do not get it… but they will.

    Then there are those Elitist Beltway Snobs who don’t get it either.

    samhenry says

    I had no idea this had happened. Good for her; good for you for catching this mouse that roared.

  7. samhenry says:

    FOX, I think your cannon hit “Newtgoodwrench” as he drove away in his chevlolet.

    Remember that old poem:

    Parlez-vous Francaise?
    Chevrlet Coupe?

  8. samhenry says:

    VF

    I am sniffing SP out. I am slowly coming around. Remember, it took me a while to become Conservative. Conversion doesn’t happen in a day – real, lasting conversion. I haven’t seen a burning bush since I was a small child and Grandpa burned off the under brush on the back 40.

  9. samhenry says:

    I just found a free ouija board online. Perhaps we could give that a try lol http://www.girlgamezone.com/virtual-ouija-board.html

  10. samhenry says:

    I did join her site to protect your flank in heated discussion there, remember?

  11. samhenry says:

    Did you see the story last night about the man who had motorized his Lazy-boy recliner (it even had headlights) and got pulled over for drunken driving? Laughed until I fell over.

  12. VotingFemale says:

    I understand better than you probably know. And no one is saying Palin’s bush is holy. Her conservatism is unapologetic. She is no RINO and not a Washington Insider Business As Usual Gamer.

    As time goes on, perhaps we can all discuss it openly and bypass any sarcasm aimed at Sarah supporters or Sarah’s ‘wait and see’ers’ that provokes anger.

    I can handle differing views… and enjoy debate… and dispense sarcasm with the best of them but I try to save the sarcasm for folks who want to screw this country up with Socialism and Communism… one nudge at a time.

    samhenry says

    VF

    I am sniffing SP out. I am slowly coming around. Remember, it took me a while to become Conservative. Conversion doesn’t happen in a day – real, lasting conversion. I haven’t seen a burning bush since I was a small child and Grandpa burned off the under brush on the back 40.

  13. samhenry says:

    VF, Elitist Beltway Snobs who don’t get it either don’t get anything except the next cocktail party. Maybe that guy in the motorized Lazy-Boy recliner was on his way to pick one of them up.

    These types are so tight with a dollar that I know one who hadn’t seen a dollar in so long, she thought it was foreign currency.

  14. samhenry says:

    Right after that, she opened her mail for the first time in months and found out her mother had died.

  15. samhenry says:

    VF has said about some people:

    ‘wait and see’ers’ that provokes anger.

    I’ve been known to provoke that over seeing who will take the last cookie on a plate.

  16. VotingFemale says:

    please do not dismiss or underestimate the point I am making about sarcasm aimed at Sarah and her supporters… it evokes anger… and that is the last thing Conservatives need to be doing amongst themselves as opponents of Socialism and Communism. There is room for Sarah Supporters at the table.

    samhenry says

    VF, Elitist Beltway Snobs who don’t get it either don’t get anything except the next cocktail party. Maybe that guy in the motorized Lazy-Boy recliner was on his way to pick one of them up.

    These types are so tight with a dollar that I know one who hadn’t seen a dollar in so long, she thought it was foreign currency.

  17. samhenry says:

    Sarah is seriously one smart cookie. Few see this.. I now do.

  18. Foxwood says:

    I got some of Jeff Foxworthy’s house shoes… you know, the ones with the headlights so you can see in the house at night.

  19. samhenry says:

    Great FOX. Have you been reported as a UFO yet?

  20. Foxwood says:

    brb, gotta shower for work… AGAIN!!!

  21. Foxwood says:

    I only wear them in the house… The cats like them…

  22. samhenry says:

    Don’t forget to take those shoes off before you hop in!

  23. samhenry says:

    Now I have pictures in my head of you dancing in those shoes so the kitties can chase the beams of light.

  24. samhenry says:

    I think Sarah was pretty foxy to accept the Opra offer. I was just watching a documentary on the fact that she has launched people and businesses down the road to success. I don’t think it will be the cat fight everyone thinks it will be. It’s all media hype.

  25. samhenry says:

    Opra’s ratings have been dipping. By the time Obama leaves the white house, she will be off the air. Pack up your books, Opra. You’re heading home – albeit you will have to determine which one.

  26. samhenry says:

    CAT – I just played the ouija board game. I asked it will I like Sarah Palin and the pointer strongly guided me to “yes.” Hey, I’m always looking for “signs.”

  27. samhenry says:

    CAT – someone used that new Google capability to know when a post has recently posted on a favorite site. Was that you? It is too cool.

  28. VotingFemale says:

    SamH, I await the outcome of the Sarah/Oprah chit chat… withholding my opinion until then. But it is a given that Sarah has to reset the damage from interviews with Couric and Gibson and the punishment from RINO McCain handlers.

    She has to show whether she has what it takes in National Political Hardball.

    I give her a break for having been thrust into National Politics in the blink of an eye… way ahead of schedule for a Governor of a Wilderness far from Washington and the ways of National Politics.

    But, if she is truely going to be a force to be reckoned with in the Washington Big Leagues, she has to merit through actions and political savvy.

    There is no more of a minority pass for being a woman anymore than there is a minority pass for Barack being black. Though the Socialists certainly has played the race card to the hilt. In the end it has been shoved up their collective asses.

  29. samhenry says:

    Oh, I didn’t now I was the purveyor of sarcasm. I was being silly not sarcastic. And the silly was on me.

    Ah, well. Foiled again. Touchet. Winning poiont. Sometimes I just don’t pay attention too closely as I type fast and read slow!

  30. samhenry says:

    Well, the Socialists will have their noses up the same asses as the Socialites.

  31. VotingFemale says:

    I was telling you several weeks ago about Google Alert…

    I use it to get notifications of things I want to be alerted to…

    samhenry says

    CAT – someone used that new Google capability to know when a post has recently posted on a favorite site. Was that you? It is too cool.

  32. samhenry says:

    VF – you had said you would teach me a swell new think on Google. I did not think that was it but I am putting 2 and 20 together this AM.

  33. VotingFemale says:

    Sarcasm is part of human nature… and we each applied it to our parents while growing up.

    Everyone here is free to speak their mind. It should not be any other way. I just don’t promote angers being triggered between Sarah Supports and Sarah Non-supporters.

    Both are allowed their views and opinions. We can all get along and not create a gulf between us.

    samhenry says

    Oh, I didn’t now I was the purveyor of sarcasm. I was being silly not sarcastic. And the silly was on me.

    Ah, well. Foiled again. Touchet. Winning poiont. Sometimes I just don’t pay attention too closely as I type fast and read slow!

  34. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good Morning Everyone!
    Romer: Impact of stimulus will level off
    By JIM KUHNHENN (AP) – 21 hours ago

    WASHINGTON — A top White House economist says spending from the $787 billion economic stimulus has already had its biggest impact on economic growth and will likely not contribute to significant expansion next year.

    Christina Romer, the chair of President Barack Obama’s Council of Economic Advisers, said Thursday that the $194 billion already spent gave a jolt to the economy that contributed to growth in the second and third quarters of the year. She told a congressional panel that by the middle of next year, the impact of the stimulus will level off. Romer said spending so far has saved or created 600,000 to 1.5 million jobs but warned that unemployment will remain high, above 9.5 percent, through the end of 2010.

    http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5i-95E_TCyqYX0CBZ5xQAV_V3VWyQD9BG76902

  35. samhenry says:

    With my luck, if I used it and thought I knew all about it, I would take myself to drunken.com – the wonderful site that has hit me 22 times since late last night. I am not grateful – I am suspicious. I don’t know who or what they are – I did not see an about place on their website. It is just a black hole on the web to me.

  36. VotingFemale says:

    SamHenry, to set a Google Alert, go to this location:

    http://www.google.com/alerts?

  37. samhenry says:

    Hi, Tellit

    I tell you that high unemployment figure will come to haunt this administration.

  38. Foxwood says:

    “I think Sarah was pretty foxy”

    I think she’s pretty foxy also, WOW!

  39. Foxwood says:

    I usually don’t agree with Horendo, but he’s got some good points so far today.

  40. Foxwood says:

    Is anyone watching Fox and Friends? They just had a good close up of some Hackberry Reeboks…

  41. samhenry says:

    That Google Alert thing is way cool. TX

  42. VotingFemale says:

    drunken.com does not answer a ping request and may be a website which is hosted by a private individual… it’s ip address is 209.157.129.150

    no biggie… all traffic is good traffic, in my opinion.

    I get referrers from e-mail sites like yahoo where someone sends a link to one of my blogposts in an email to someone and they click on the link from their email.

  43. tellitlikeitis says:

    Barack Obama sees worst poll rating drop in 50 years
    The decline in Barack Obama’s popularity since July has been the steepest of any president at the same stage of his first term for more than 50 years.

    Gallup recorded an average daily approval rating of 53 per cent for Mr Obama for the third quarter of the year, a sharp drop from the 62 per cent he recorded from April.

    His current approval rating – hovering just above the level that would make re-election an uphill struggle – is close to the bottom for newly-elected president. Mr Obama entered the White House with a soaring 78 per cent approval rating.

    Barack Obama declines debateThe bad polling news came as Mr Obama returned to the campaign trail to prevent his Democratic party losing two governorships next month in states in which he defeated Senator John McCain in last November’s election.

    Jeffrey Jones of Gallup explained: “The dominant political focus for Obama in the third quarter was the push for health care reform, including his nationally televised address to Congress in early September.

    “Obama hoped that Congress would vote on health care legislation before its August recess, but that goal was missed, and some members of Congress faced angry constituents at town hall meetings to discuss health care reform. Meanwhile, unemployment continued to climb near 10 per cent.”

    Governor Jon Corzine of New Jersey is in severe danger of defeat while Democrats are fast losing hope that Creigh Deeds can beat his Republican opponent in Virginia. Twin Democratic losses would be a major blow to Mr Obama’s prestige.

    Campaigning for Mr Corzine in Hackensack on Wednesday night, Mr Obama delivered a plea that almost seemed as much for himself as the local candidate: “I’m here today to urge you to cast aside the cynics and the sceptics, and prove to all Americans that leaders who do what’s right and who do what’s hard will be rewarded and not rejected.”

    Mr Corzine, a former Goldman Sachs executive and multi-millionaire, is currently running even in New Jersey, which is normally comfortably Democratic, while Mr Deeds is trailing badly in Virginia, a swing state that was key to Mr Obama’s 2008 victory.

    Mr Obama is also facing widespread criticism for his drawn-out decision-making process over what to do next in Afghanistan.

    Republicans sense Mr Obama is in a vulnerable position and this week saw the return to the public stage of his perhaps most vehement opponent – Vice-President Dick Cheney.

    In a blistering speech on Wednesday night, he accused Mr Obama of failing to give Americans troops on the ground a clear mission or defined goals and of being seemingly “afraid to make a decision” about Afghanistan “The White House must stop dithering while America’s armed forces are in danger,” Cheney said at the Center for Security Policy in Washington.

    “Make no mistake, signals of indecision out of Washington hurt our allies and embolden our adversaries.”

    He hit out at Obama aides who suggested that the Bush administration had failed to weigh up conditions in Afghanistan properly before committing troops.

    “Now they seem to be pulling back and blaming others for their failure to implement the strategy they embraced. It’s time for President Obama to do what it takes to win a war he has repeatedly and rightly called a war of necessity.”

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/northamerica/usa/barackobama/6409721/Barack-Obama-sees-worst-poll-rating-drop-in-50-years.html#

  44. Foxwood says:

    Ok… that explains the google mail and yahoo mail links to my blog…

  45. VotingFemale says:

    I have it on the the background but not watching it closely… missed the hackberry reeboks but can rewind to see it.

  46. samhenry says:

    Sorry cat – that was drunkenreport.com

  47. samhenry says:

    GEEZEk
    it’s DRUNKREPORT.com

  48. tellitlikeitis says:

    I dedicate this song to president doofus.

  49. Foxwood says:

    Obutthole is seeing his polls Gallup away!

    yippie!

  50. Foxwood says:

    Phew! It’s too early for the Gin SamH!

    🙂

  51. VotingFemale says:

    third time is the charm…

    DRUNKREPORT.com is a Socialist parody of the Drudge Report

  52. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Tellit!

  53. samhenry says:

    I love it that they put in my link without comment. I just linked my post about Kardashian family to their affiliate’s website. I love playing Gotcha with the Socialists on the web.

  54. Foxwood says:

    “DRUNKREPORT.com is a Socialist parody of the Drudge Report”

    Oh! I thought it was a wino chat room…

  55. tellitlikeitis says:

    This is for all you old Dallas fans.

    J.R. and Sue Ellen may be coming back to Dallas

    Dallas stars Linda Gray and Larry Hagman have confirmed they’ve been approached to reprise their Sue Ellen and J.R. Ewing characters for a remake of the classic 1980s soap.

    TV executives at Warner Bros. are reportedly considering bringing back Dallas and focusing the new show on the TV couple’s son, John Ross, and his cousin, Christopher, the adoptive son of J.R.’s brother Bobby and sister-in-law Pamela.

    But Gray admits she’s yet to see a script, but isn’t comfortable about playing a supporting grandmother role.

    “I’m not going to wear little boring dresses with pearls around my neck. At this age, Sue Ellen should be a powerhouse role model,” she told TV Guide.

    Hagman told the magazine he’s interested in reviving his TV oil boss role, but adds, “How much we talkin’?”

  56. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good morning again eveyone. Isn’t it great seeing Obama on the ropes. Cheney did a rope a dope on him this week. lol

  57. Foxwood says:

    I have to admit to liking JR…

  58. Foxwood says:

    Linda Grey was pretty hot also…

  59. VotingFemale says:

    Something very significant happened yesterday… A grave constitution violation by Obama was very narrowly averted.

    Obama told the White House Press Pool to blackball FOX NEWS from being part of the press pool interviewing Kenneth R. Feinberg on his announcement to slash the pay of executives by up to 90% who work for bailed out financial companies.

    The arrogance of Obama narrowly missed him getting his butt totally shot off, figuratively speaking.

    ABC CBS NBC CNN refused to interview Kenneth R. Feinberg unless FOX News was allowed to interview him also.

    Obama blinked and allowed the FOX interview.

    This is a really big deal…

    Obama is trying to strong arm the Media into doing what he tells them to do… or else.

  60. Foxwood says:

    Their using Hackberry Reeboks on Fox n Friends to smash grapes for wine. I have my pair in the closet for when I go Boot Scootin’.

  61. Foxwood says:

    Their = They’re

  62. samhenry says:

    Good for the 4 horsemen of the media apocalypse for standing up for freedom of the press. They are aware that if he can do it to FOX, he can do it to anyone.

    And the NY Times seems to have, in some columns, lost its affection for O.

    I think it was hot air that had a report on how the administrations moves to get all student loans in the government corner have gone under the radar. I’ll say.

  63. samhenry says:

    I love a man who knows his wine and also the difference between the use of “their” and “they’re.”

  64. samhenry says:

    Have to go below decks to be bunk. Later.

  65. samhenry says:

    Sorry, fell asleep in the middle of that last sentence.
    Have to go below decks to my bunk. Later

  66. m2 says:

    Hi all!

    Now you’ve heard me say this before, but I really think the control of media is the last barrier he has to break in order to go full throttle radical.

    The Internet, talk radio, FNC.

    But he is pinning his ego on the rest of the media, though unabashed statists, being behind his effort.

    Barack H Obama makes me sick.

  67. Foxwood says:

    “They are aware that if he can do it to FOX, he can do it to anyone.”

    What!?? Why doesn’t anyone tell me?

  68. Foxwood says:

    Off to work. BBL…

  69. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning, M2!

    am working on a blog post about Obama’s attempted violation of the constitution.

    CNN ABC CBS NBC saved his ass by forcing him to allow FOX to do the interview. I watched that FOX interview yesterday with Kenneth Feinberg.

  70. tellitlikeitis says:

    Obama is a prime example of what happens when you elect an immature boy to do a mans job. He probably beats on the wall and cries ” I want my mommy” every night.

  71. tellitlikeitis says:

    I heard that Obama was a constitutional lawyer. That has got to be a joke. Obama looks at the constitution like an old piece of toilet paper that needs to get flushed.

  72. VotingFemale says:

    Fox wins, Obama loses

    None of the US cable networks are unbiased. Demonising Fox News has succeeded only in hurting the White House

    George Neumayr
    guardian.co.uk, Thursday 22 October 2009 13.30 BST

    The White House’s latest foray into media criticism has exposed it to criticism, as journalists from left to right question its prudence. Seeking to marginalise Fox News, White House communications director Anita Dunn earlier this month dismissed the network as “opinion journalism masquerading as news” and announced a boycott of its Sunday talkshow with veteran newsman Chris Wallace.

    White House officials David Axelrod and Rahm Emanuel tossed a few more lit matches on the fire last weekend. Fox is “not really a news organisation”, declared Axelrod in an interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos. “Other news organisations like yours ought not to treat them that way.”

    Fox pundit Stephen Hayes noted the irony of Axelrod’s remark: he was making it to George Stephanopoulos of all people. Stephanopoulos was Bill Clinton’s White House communications director before he changed careers and moved into the media.

    Emanuel, appearing on CNN, said Obama worries that Fox is corrupting other networks: he doesn’t want “the CNNs and the others in the world [to] basically be led in following Fox.”

    This is an odd and patronising fear, though true at one level. Fox is certainly influencing CNN and MSNBC, but in a liberal, not conservative, direction. That is, to compete with Fox’s ratings-rich combination of news and punditry, those networks have had to scramble to find leftwing counterparts to Glenn Beck, Sean Hannity and Bill O’Reilly.

    This has been a boon for leftwing gabbers. MSNBC’s Chris Matthews, Keith Olbermann, Ed Schultz and Rachel Maddow, all of whom dedicate themselves to railing against Republicans nightly, owe their careers in a way to Fox’s success in carving out a large place for punditry in the cable media landscape. If anything, MSNBC is even more opinionated in a liberal direction than Fox is in a conservative one. Even the news anchors on MSNBC don’t bother to conceal their anti-conservative hostilities anymore. David Shuster and Tamron Hall scoffed openly at Rush Limbaugh’s NFL ownership bid.

    CNN’s Jack Cafferty, a grumpy liberal version of Bill O’Reilly, also owes his career to Fox, as does Rick Sanchez. CNN, which once prided itself on high-brow news presentation, feels it has to get into the opinion game too.

    Dunn’s gambit has largely backfired. Fox, hitting back, dug up a speech she delivered to high school graduates in which she praised Chairman Mao as one of her “favourite political philosophers”. This led to further bickering between Dunn and Fox, with Dunn arguing that the network had distorted her comments and that she had actually first heard the Mao quote she shared with the students through Lee Atwater, the late and pugnacious Republican strategist.

    Meanwhile, many liberal observers find the ploy perplexing and counterproductive, as it gives Fox plenty of free publicity and makes the White House appear too prickly. Helen Thomas, the dean of liberal correspondents, says the White House should “stay out of these fights”.

    David Carr, who covers media for the New York Times, agrees, considering the strategy “too common”. No presidency, he says, has “successfully taken on the media”.

    The Nixon administration denounced “nattering nabobs of negativity”, and the Clintons inveighed against the “vast rightwing conspiracy”. But Ronald Reagan, whom Obama has said he takes as a model in style but not substance, generally ignored the media, preferring to talk directly to the America people. Now that the White House’s anti-Fox trial balloon appears to have popped, expect Obama to adopt the same tack.

  73. VotingFemale says:

    Obama has a degree in Constitutional Law.

    And, is indeed a Constitutional Lawyer.

    tellitlikeitis says

    I heard that Obama was a constitutional lawyer. That has got to be a joke. Obama looks at the constitution like an old piece of toilet paper that needs to get flushed.

  74. m2 says:

    Here’s my take on Oprah/Palin…
    I think Oprah is after ratings. And I have no doubt she will do everything she can to control the public perception of Palin. She will either condescend or she will force Palin to talk bad about Republicanism. That was the media template for handling Palin all last fall. They wanted to control the conversation and create the focus on the Republican party as a party out of touch…. Quite the opposite, Republican Conservatism is the life blood of this country. We need to kick out Snowe and the others who offer Democrat ideology. (The current Dems now being a hair shy of Communists themselves.)

    Let’s not forget who rode on that carbon monoxide monstrousity to Copenhagen with Michelle.

    Oprah is out of touch with Americans. I have no doubt she won’t be fair on Palin, and instead will probably do this for Barack… And to reset the tone of Palins book launch.

    I think she will condescend… Like Couric. Liberal elitists who are scared of someone as powerful as them, that us who they are.

    The magazine/news question by Couric was effing insulting. It’s premise implies that Palin is ignorant… And what if Palin answered plainly? At that time when she was prodded to the center-Dem position by McCain camp, if she said “national review” or even Wall Street Jounal, the media would have painted her as a right wing extremist (or further painted her so), or a Murdoch lemming.

    The whole question was insulting. Why don’t they ask the Communist what he wrote about in his thesis at Harvard?

    So I say ef ’em… And I am not under any pretense of Oprah (practically a paid administrative lackey to Obama) being anything but an asshole. I just hope Oprahs show slinks away as it has been doing the last few years as the quiet bore it is.

    She, the billionaire who (if you remember) recently met with Soros, Bloomberg, Gates to “talk about the future of population control” is like Rush Limbaughs Cheketts offering him a piece of the Rams.

    What is the thing Oprah has in common with Cheketts?

    They are both close confidents of George Soros.

    So I believe Palin could be heading into a dirty Soros trap which even ensnared Rush Limbaugh!

  75. m2 says:

    So true Tellit, so true!

    Tellit said:
    tellitlikeitis says:
    October 23, 2009 at 9:08 am
    I heard that Obama was a constitutional lawyer. That has got to be a joke. Obama looks at the constitution like an old piece of toilet paper that needs to get flushed.

  76. VotingFemale says:

    M2, by selecting Oprah, Sarah is bypassing the News Media… and likely has established a contract framework to keep the political machinery out of the interview.

    That is why I say I am withholding comment until after I see what happens.

    Using Facebook has cut the media out of the loop for Sarah getting the word out directly to the world… and she successfully disallowed the media from covering her speech in Asia earlier this year.

    The media is salivating…

  77. VotingFemale says:

    Obama takes a dim view of the US Constitution… he obviously did not get the degree to support it… rather to use the education to attack it.

  78. m2 says:

    VF I hope so…
    I just think this bunch (Michelle, Barack, Oprah, and Soros)… They do things there way. And their way is thuggery like Chavez.

    Oprah also used to go to Wright’s church.

    Now that Palin is free of pretending to get along with Socialists (i.e. McCainism), I want her to talk about Soros!!! Ha ha wouldn’t that just be the best?!

    I give Oprah the same respect I give Gwen Ifel and Maddow and Chris Matthews (3 of which Obama had a secret 2 hour meeting with!)- and that is no respect.

    Furthermore I believe Oprah is a racist that sometimes slips up and shows her true aversion to whites (like when she and Gail said on her satellit radio that “now they’ve got good white people workin for them”… Etc.

    Basically I used to like Oprah until her racism, politics and elitism took center stage to her program.

  79. m2 says:

    Fred Thompson is who I liked I’m the primaries.. People made fun of me for liking him because they thought he wasn’t “good looking”… I also liked Rudy.

    2008 is the year America went superficial and elected a man for his looks and some
    pretty art (communists call it propaganda) about hope.

    Have you guys seen his cousin Odinga’s campaign art?

    His slogan was “Vote for Change”

  80. m2 says:

    That would be Odinga the same who committed genocide after not being elected. Barack Obama campaigned for him (his cuz), and stole his campaign theme of “change”.

  81. Foxwood says:

    “he obviously did not get the degree to support it… rather to use the education to attack it.”

    I have to agree with that VF.

    Your post this morning scooped Beck! He’s just now getting to it.

  82. VotingFemale says:

    really???

    Foxwood says

    “he obviously did not get the degree to support it… rather to use the education to attack it.”

    I have to agree with that VF.

    Your post this morning scooped Beck! He’s just now getting to it.

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  84. Susan says:

    I’m an ex democrat for Sarah Palin. She is refreshing and NOT a politician. TG!

    As for the Oprah thing. It take guts to face your enemy.

    Obama won’t even consider going on Fox news. He whines about them everyday. Grow up,dude!

  85. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Susan!

    Sorry to hear you got banned at iReport… that can be distressing but not the end of the world as you can see by my blog and the activity here.

    The commenting activity constantly moves to the most recent blogpost which is at the top of of the home page of the blog: https://votingfemale.wordpress.com/

    Come on over to the newest blogpost and start chatting. Hope you stick around, dear.

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