Sarah Palin: Dem Leaders act like Pixie Dust spreading Residents Of Some Unicorn Ranch

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The notoriously left-leaning San Francisco Chronicle did a piece (which was seized upon by HuffPo and leftist bloggers) on Sarah Palin’s speech yesterday, October 14, 2010, for the Liberty and Freedom Foundation in San Jose, California, saying…

For someone widely credited with helping to shape the Republican field in the midterm elections, it was curious who didn’t appear with former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin…
…as if to attempt to create a snicker meme that Meg Whitman and Carly Fiorina are not appearing with Sarah as they stump in California.
What is curious is a far-left California SF Chronicle writer feigning curiosity as to why anyone with a strong conservative base following would choose not to stump for other conservatives walking the moderate line in lala land.
Would Obama or Clinton campaign anywhere but Democrat strongholds in this election cycle? No? Gee… how curiously curious.
Obama is reportedly planning to show up and attack Christine O’Donnell in Delaware. Why? His ego must be in really bad shape these days to feel the need to slime Christine O’Donnell in person next to Coons. But then, about the only things he has ever been really good at is name calling and character assassinations. Saul Alinsky would be so proud of him.
Barack, be sure to have plenty of Purina Marxist Chow loaded on board Air Force One for Chris Coons.

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62 Responses to Sarah Palin: Dem Leaders act like Pixie Dust spreading Residents Of Some Unicorn Ranch

  1. Foxwood says:

    Rush had mentioned that O’Donnell’s point deficit had halved after the debate. Enough to make Odumer and Biteme to come to the state. Not to endorse Coons, as that would hurt Coons, but to discredit O’Donnell.

  2. VotingFemale says:

    What I read this morning, Fox, was lib claims that O’Donnell was twenty points behind Coons is false. She remains at an 11 point deficit.

    Perhaps there is another new poll beside the Rasmussen poll I studied this morning.

  3. Foxwood says:

    Rush made mention of the Rasmussen poll. Maybe he read it wrong?

  4. VotingFemale says:

    Election 2010: Delaware Senate
    Delaware Senate: Coons (D) Still Posts Double-Digit Lead Over O’Donnell (R)

    Friday, October 15, 2010

    Democrat Chris Coons holds an 11-point lead over Republican Christine O’Donnell in Delaware’s U.S. Senate race following the candidates’ debate Wednesday night.

    The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Voters in Delaware shows Coons earning 51% of the vote, while O’Donnell draws 40% support. Five percent (5%) prefer some other candidate in the race, and four percent (4%) are undecided. (To see survey question wording, click here.)

    The contest remains Solid Democrat in the Rasmussen Reports Election 2010 Senate Balance of Power rankings.

    Coons posted a similar 49% to 40% lead three weeks ago when Congressman Mike Castle whom O’Donnell defeated in the state GOP Primary was still pondering a write-in candidacy. Five percent (5%) supported Castle at that time. Castle has since announced that he will not run but has not endorsed O’Donnell, a conservative activist who remains a long-shot candidate in the traditionally moderate state.

    The survey of 500 Likely Voters in Delaware was conducted on October 14, 2010 by Rasmussen Reports. The margin of sampling error is +/- 4.5 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence. Field work for all Rasmussen Reports surveys is conducted by Pulse Opinion Research, LLC. See methodology.

  5. Foxwood says:

    Rush gets his information handed to him now, where as in his early days, he did the research himself.

  6. Foxwood says:

    RUSH: Okay, we got a new polling result in from Rasmussen in Delaware. Before the debate, what was Christine O’Donnell down? Was it 20? Twenty or a little bit higher than that? It was nineteen or 20, whatever it was. She’s now down 11. Since the debate she’s now down by 11. She nearly cut that gap in half, and that’s why Obama and Bite Me are in Delaware today. It’s not because of what they said. I get the biggest kick out of this. They actually said, “Obama’s going in there ’cause, oh, it’s a great opportunity to show what a bunch of idiots all Republicans are. They’re going in there to make fun of Christine O’Donnell.” He’s not going to waste his time doing that. He’s going in there because if they lose this… (laughing) If they lose this, it’s not only Obama with a bunch of egg on his face, it’s half the Republican Party, too, and about three-quarters of the so-called conservative media in Washington with egg on its face if Christine O’Donnell wins this.

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  8. VotingFemale says:

    IT is true that leftists were saying she was down 20…

    I had a blogpost written on that basis this morning heralding her climb to 11pts and had to can it. Had the whole thing written… but final citation checking revealed she has been down 11 pts for weeks.

  9. Foxwood says:

    Wow! Can you rip an MP3 from the site?

  10. VotingFemale says:

    There needs to be a fresh poll following the O’Donnell v Marxist debate… this is too soon to see a Christine bounce show up from it.

    I fear the leftists and the RINOs have poisoned the well…

  11. VotingFemale says:

    Yes if you buy the Firefox downloader helper app. Cool site, huh?? tee-hee
    The free version of Downloader is crippled without mp3 rip function.

    Foxwood says

    Wow! Can you rip an MP3 from the site?

  12. tellitlikeitis says:

  13. VotingFemale says:

    Glenn Beck yesterday urged his radio listeners to participate in the “largest fundraiser for the Chamber.” Several readers wanted me to join in.

    Sorry, but I can’t think of a more perfect illustration of that old saying that “the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend.”

    If you have followed this blog over the years, you know I have opposed illegal alien amnesty in all forms, opposed the bipartisan TARP bailout from day one, opposed the bipartisan auto bailout from day one, and opposed the Obama stimulus from day one.

    The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is one of the staunchest promoters of amnesty and joined with the AFL-CIO/ACLU to oppose immigration enforcement measures. They oppose E-verify and sued Arizona over its employer sanctions law.

    The Chamber supported TARP, the auto bailout, and the stimulus.

    The Chamber is supporting a pro-Obamacare, pro-TARP, pro-card check, pro-stimulus, pro-amnesty Democrat in Arizona over his free-market GOP challenger.

    For the same reason that I generally advise folks to contribute to individual causes and candidates and local charities and organizations instead of Washington-based entities, I recommend that you think twice and hard before hopping on the heat-of-the-moment bandwagon and filling the national Chamber’s coffers.

    A little due diligence now will prevent donor remorse later.

    -Michelle Malkin

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  18. tellitlikeitis says:

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    Friday, October 15, 2010

    The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Friday shows that 27% of the nation’s voters Strongly Approve of the way that Barack Obama is performing his role as president. Forty-six percent (46%) Strongly Disapprove, giving Obama a Presidential Approval Index rating of -19 (see trends).

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  19. tellitlikeitis says:

    I dedicate this song to Obama’s sinking pole numbers.

  20. VotingFemale says:

    Foxwood, something is screwy… Christine O’Donnell just said she just surged 10 points…

    so something is weirded out

  21. tellitlikeitis says:

  22. VotingFemale says:

    How Christine O’Donnell Will Win (Has Everyone Forgotten Massachusetts on January 19?)
    10/15/2010 | Brices Crossroads

    Posted on Friday, October 15, 2010 10:53:06 AM by Brices Crossroads

    I have been struck at the incredible defeatism that stalks abroad (even here on Freerepublic) concerning the electoral prospects of Christine O’Donnell. These gloomy views seem to center on one thing alone: The Polls. The very same polls which showed Lisa Murkowski ahead by 32-39 points in Alaska. The very same polls which up until less than two weeks before the election had Martha Coakley up nearly 20 in blue Massachusetts. As the Real Clear Politics average shows, Brown trailed by 19 points (53.6% to 34.6%) based upon the RCP average until 10 days before the election! ( which was held January 19) Only on January 9 did Brown begin to show any signs of life. And, yes, Brown was being written off too at this point in that race..

    And Brown was faced with an even bluer electorate in Massachusetts than O’Donnell is in Rhode Island. And he had more than his share of baggage, as is well known.

    And Christine O’Donnell has substantial advantages that Brown did not enjoy:

    I. Money

    O’Donnell has raised about $4 million in a much smaller and less expensive state which will likely be used at the end of the campaign, when it is most effective. She is actually in better financial shape than Brown was.

    II. Her opponent:

    Both Coons and Coakley are lackluster candidates who ran for the seat as if it was their entitlement. The difference is this. Coakley had only been Attorney General and thus had not been able to hit the taxpayers in their collective wallets. Coons has been a County Executive for six years in the most populous (and traditionally the most Democratic) of the three Delaware counties. And he has not ceased to punish the Taxpayers repeatedly with tax increases of every sort. On November 2, they will remember. They don’t have to like Christine. They just have to decide whether their dislike of her is worth the price: the taxes that go with a vote for Coons. My view is that enough of them will have sticker shock and pull the lever for her.

    III. Her Own Skills and Appeal as A Candidate.

    O’Donnell is a great candidate, as she has demonstrated, and she showed great pluck and grace when faced with the hectoring of Blitzer and his Delaware NPR sockpuppet. People respect and admire someone who continues to smile and keep his or her cool in the face of unfair badgering.

    Coons on the other hand is a terrible candidate. Leaving aside his smirky attitude during the debate and his artful dodging of any questions which were not the softest of soft balls, the man is unattractive. He is short, bald and his visage and beady eyes are off putting to say the least. He can’t help how he looks, but in the television age, this is a real problem for him, especially when he is matched against a very attractive and articulate opponent. Gore Vidal used to say, “We hire Presidents to do the Commercials.” to a lesser extent, the same applies to other high public officials. The prospect of having to watch Coons (as opposed to Christine) on the Delaware morning shows over the next four years is going to bleed more votes from his total. Count on it.

    IV. The Intensity

    Coons has the polls. But who has the intensity? By every measure, the GOP has a significant (as much as 25% edge) in enthusiasm this term. His “support” in the polls does not translate into votes unless the voters are enthusiastic enough to go vote for him. And intensity in a low turnout midterm election is more important than a poll three weeks out.

    As I have pointed out in numerous posts concerning the Miller-Murkowski race in Alaska as well as the Coons-Castle race in Delaware, Facebook has been a more reliable predictor of intensity (and therefore success) in elections this cycle than the polls have been. All the polls showed Murkowski and Castle winning easily by 30+ points. But on Facebook, they were both overtaken and eventually surpassed by the eventual winners, Joe Miller and Christine O’Donnell. As I write this, Christine O’Donnell has an even larger lead over Coons in Facebook fans (both proportionately and in actual numbers) than she or Miller ever enjoyed over Castle or Murkowski. O’Donnell is clobbering Coons by 24,963 to 9247, a factor of more than 2.5 to 1.

    I predicted, based on Facebook, that Miller and O’Donnell would defeat Murkowski and Castle when all the polls said otherwise. In RECORD TURNOUTS in both primaries ( the intensity factor), they both did just that.

    Based on all the factors listed above, I renew my prediction: Christine O’Donnell is going to defeat Coons. The defeatism based upon polls three weeks out is really laughable to those of us with attention spans longer than thirty seconds.

  23. tellitlikeitis says:

  24. Foxwood says:

    Something definitely weird.

    Got to get to bed. I’m on call this week. Last time I didn’t rest enough and had alot of call outs.

  25. VotingFemale says:

    Good Sowell vid Tellit.

    Obama’s dreams ‘from’ his Muslim Father are pipe dreams

  26. VotingFemale says:

    Fox, Get some good sleep, dear.

  27. tellitlikeitis says:


  28. VotingFemale says:

    Tellit, thank you for being a friend to me and all of us here. I sincerely appreciate what you bring.

  29. tellitlikeitis says:

    Bravo!!! Great question!!! Bullsh*t lying answer!!!

  30. tellitlikeitis says:

    VF, You have a great blog. I love to contribute when I can. I scour the net looking for relevant and current vids, articles, etc. to post on your blog. Your appreciation is all I need. Thank you all for being my friend.


  31. VotingFemale says:

    Obama spent a trillion dollars based on his promise it would fix the job loss… it did not fix it and it keeps getting worse.

    He blames bush, and he intends to raise taxes.

    Even a dunce can see he is a failure before, now, and going forward.

    No wonder his backers are becoming his worst critics.

    As always, jobs(money) talks and BS Artists (Obama) walks… Bring on NOV 2 and lets kick his political fanny up and down Pennsylvania Ave. for the next two years then fire his loser butt.

  32. VotingFemale says:

    lets also make him and the DEM congress personally pay back the trillion they squandered on the Stimulus.

  33. VotingFemale says:

    and we will use Obama, Reid, and Pelosi as proof for a generation, that Socialism dangerous and economically lethal.

  34. tellitlikeitis says:

  35. tellitlikeitis says:

    Borrowed comment.

    Obama talked about millions of job he has created. Truth of the matter is this; only 214,000 net new jobs were created from August 2009 to August 2010. That figure came from Bureau of Labor Statistics. Out of 214,000 net new jobs created, 119,000 was from Texas. People are easy to fool, Obama is lying to his audience, he is PHANTOM JOBS-IN-CHIEF. I read comments, I wonder what some of you are thinking? Real numbers doesn’t agree with Obama’s rhetoric.

  36. tellitlikeitis says:

    Another comment referring to the Obama MTV clip.

    Firstly, the person asking the question in this clip was my next door neighbor growing up in New Jersey. He’s not an actor. He’s an out of work attorney.

    Oops! I suppose they couldn’t get enough actors to ask BS questions.

  37. Orca says:

    Maybe obammer and his dem crew need a stimulus with a cattle prod

  38. Kini says:

    Some funny for you all

  39. arlenearmy says:

    I read somewhere that O’Donnell is closing in the gap. Also, I heard that Carly is within 1 point of Boxer. We just need to keep on plowing & pray that the good Lord will do the rest on Nov. 2nd.

    I remember when life in America was fairly normal (pre-Obama era). We went to work, shopped in stores, lived among our neighbors w/out suspicion of whose a lib or republican & got on computer to do other than political stuff. We were not overly distrustful of our government or feared that our way of life was in peril. But now that Obama is in office, normal life in America has change for the worst. This is why its so very important that we get out & vote Nov. 2nd.

  40. Foxwood says:

    Sieg Heil und Guten Morgan fellow unAmerican Nazis!
    It’s time to unfurl the Confederate Swastika and fire the cannon!

  41. Foxwood says:

    Good morning Kini!

  42. Foxwood says:

    Dying of Money: Lessons of the Great German and American Inflations
    Posted on Sat 16 Oct 2010 12:37:25 AM CST by DeaconBenjamin

    Most of us have at least a general idea of what we think inflation is. Inflation is the state of affairs in which prices go up. Inflation is an old, old story. Inflation is almost as ancient as money is, and money is almost as ancient as man himself.

    It was probably not long after the earliest cave man of the Stone Age fashioned his first stone spearhead to kill boars with, perhaps thirty or forty thousand years ago, that he began to use boar’s teeth or something of the sort as counters for trading spearheads and caves with neighboring clans. That was money. Anything like those boar’s teeth that had an accepted symbolic value for trading which was greater than their intrinsic value for using was true money.”

    Read more:

  43. Foxwood says:

    Headed out. Got treasures to find with my inflated dollars.

  44. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Kini, though I realize your timezone is far far away from the Eastern time zone and west of the dateline seeing as how you live in the paradise known as Hawaii.

  45. Foxwood says:

    Read your comments, Sami.

  46. Foxwood says:

    I left a PW, VF.

  47. Foxwood says:

    Kini, That vid is hilarious!

  48. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Foxwood,

    I, like many of you lived through the hell of inflation during the Carter administration. Home loans were 22% interest rates, and can goods at the food stores had their priced increased every day with price labels on top of price labels as the value of money spiraled downward.

    It was an economic sickness that robbed people of the value of their productivity value by making their hard earned money ever valueless.

    Socialist polices are intended to stimulate inflation… because a powerful American free-market is the Socialist target of choice. Many Americans do not understand but many do and a Majority now rise up to stop the Socialists destructive agenda. The Socialists are like rats feeding on and infecting our economy with the aim of killing it off forever.

    Nothing would make them happier than $10 a gallon gasoline shifting the economic lifeblood of America into the pockets of middle east countries.

    They can declare war on the Middle East later and would have no compunctions about destroying them utterly.

    Islam and Socialism/Communism are mutually incompatible for one is atheistic and the other very devout religious believers.

    But both hate the USA for different reasons, thus “enemy of my enemy is my friend” applies for the time being.

    Don’t folks find it ironic that Christians and Christianity are denigrated by Socialists as extremist while at the same time they are paling around with Muslims, the most devout group of believers in God there is?

    Muslims are more intolerant of gays than any other religion yet will stay silent in the US because again… of the old “enemies of my enemies” meme.

    Socialists hate it when people figure out what and who they truely are and what they are up to… for they must work under cover to get their rat bastard agendas accomplished.

    Obama did this country a favor… he came further out of the Socialist closet than any president since FDR and he is one arrogant bastard to boot thinking he and his comrades finally had America by the throat and had won forever.

    He, they, like so many others in history, underestimated the everyday American who loves our country would would die fighting to preserve her.

    The GOP was infiltrated and pols either brainwashed or otherwise subverted with deal-making to corrupt the economic power of the country.

    The Tea Party and pols like Sarah Palin is the result of the “we have had enough.” That is why you see GOP establishment pols stabbing Palin in the back starting as soon as she was picked for VP… and any other pol popularly selected and backed by tea party minded folks.

    This is why the Socialists and their RINO pals attack the tea party as extremists and racists 24/7.

    We are indeed their political enemy and we have come to pull their political power plug forever.


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  50. Foxwood says:

    A cellsite is down! My services are needed!

    Off I go, wearing my tight pa-ja-mas,
    Flying high, this is the life!

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