Sarah Palin: ‘Don’t lose heart’; Conservatives press on, Left spews hate

After last night’s election loss, Sarah Palin is offering words of encouragement. Don’t lose heart; We are “struck down, but not destroyed.”

From her Facebook page:

America, don’t lose heart. This election is not an “Obama mandate,” nor is it a rejection of conservatism. Unanswered ads like this one running in blue collar swing states defined Romney early on, and the Obama media also piled on with the narrative that Romney would harm the middle class. (As I personally have witnessed, once a bell is rung by a biased media, it’s impossible to un-ring it.) Ironically, it’s Obama’s socialist policies that will destroy America’s working class as he outsources opportunities.

Hang in there, America. Fight for what is right. Don’t look to government or any politician to solve your problems. Government can’t make you happy, healthy, wealthy or wise. Obama is a master at reading the right “soaring” words fed into his teleprompter, but actions speak louder than words. So, hold tight to 2 Corinthians 4:8 because we’re in for a wild ride.

We must survive. United. One nation under God.

“We are hard-pressed on every side, yet not crushed; we are perplexed, but not in despair; persecuted but not forsaken, struck down, but not destroyed.” – 2 Corinthians 4:8-9.

– Sarah Palin

And press on, we must. Of course, the Left is too busy gloating and hurling hate to understand that. They, predictably, started spewing their vile bile last night and early this morning. Just a few examples, from a torrent of hate.

Misogynist Keith Olbermann got in on the pig action, natch.

And it continued, when she dared to offer strong and heartfelt words, because of course it did.

How about y’all get your hate, and your spelling, straight?

There’s much more, of course. How typical, tired and lame. This is the Left: New tone, same as the violent and hateful old tone.

The sane, however, appreciate Sarah Palin’s fierce spirit and her words of encouragement.

Indeed. Fight like girls? You betcha. Keep the faith (maybe after a nice, good cry) and press on.

  • Yomama

    Majority of the left just keeps confirming that they live by the words of their messiah, “revenge”.

    • http://twitter.com/lola_lotion Alicia Hake

      they “won”… do they STILL have to act so… ugly?

      • Yomama

        They believe they are “righteous” in their disdain for conservatives and that it’s their duty to attack them. They only talk about helping people they can “control” with free stuff, but don’t cross them ‘cos their true colors come out. And you’re right, it’s ugly.

        • http://twitter.com/lola_lotion Alicia Hake

          for the most part class, dignity, self-respect, and grace are all dead. it can be so disheartening.

          • Yomama

            Just remember that half of America voted to stop Obama. We just need to regroup and continue to expose the left. I don’t wear rose-colored glasses, but I just can’t give up on the principled people who are still working so hard to help expose the hypocrisy, and to do whatever I can to help them get the word out. And I will continue to pray. “The effectual, fervent prayer of a righteous man avails much.” (James 5:16b)

          • http://twitter.com/lola_lotion Alicia Hake

            I couldn’t agree with you more. I will continue (in my own way) to fight for what I believe in and what this once-great nation was founded on. We (those of us with a functioning brain) must stick together.

          • michael s

            Like that very principled Dinesh (i am a 1st class adulterer and religious hypocrite)desouza . How’s the msg of 2016 working out?

          • Foxxman

            Maybe not dead…just a numb place on the left side of the body politic.

      • Hello Jerry (D)

        When they only have the brain function of a toddler it’s pretty much a given.

        • http://twitter.com/lola_lotion Alicia Hake

          you’re giving them waaaaay too much credit. i was thinking along the lines of a zombie, or people with a creepy cult mentality. comparing their brain function to that of a toddler is insulting to toddlers, lol :)

          • Hello Jerry (D)

            I stand corrected, it was wrong to compare them.

            I will say, a toddler IS actually more intelligent than a liberal though.

          • Michelle Blackwell

            And in light of your statement above that “they” are acting ugly, I wonder how you would classify your statement

          • http://twitter.com/lola_lotion Alicia Hake

            I hate to sound rude, but did you read the post? They are ugly, not physically, but mentally.

          • http://twitter.com/ScottCllns Scott Collins

            Alicia Hake: “they “won”… do they STILL have to act so… ugly?”

            Alicia Hake: Insults more than 50% of her country calling them less intelligent than toddlers or zombies

          • Zanshi

            You’re right. “Intentionally obtuse, greedy, selfish, vile, despicable, hateful, envious, cruel bullies” is more accurate.

          • my preciousss!!

            bravo

          • http://twitter.com/lola_lotion Alicia Hake

            Did we lose our right to have an opinion on Tuesday? I’m sure you have some lovely opinions about me and my opinions. I believe I have more than enough proof to support my opinion about them, just read the tweets.

          • http://twitter.com/lola_lotion Alicia Hake

            Did we lose our right to have an opinion on Tuesday? I’m sure you have some lovely opinions about me and my opinions. I believe I have more than enough proof to support my opinion about them, just read the tweets.

      • Ironhawk86

        When you have nothing to base your self-worth on other than ego (most leftists can’t even spell accomplishment, let alone have any to their name), its pretty much all these idiots can do.

        • my preciousss!!

          they can’t even pronounce Corpsman correctly.

    • Kate

      Let them behave like this. Remember, pride comes before the fall.

  • FIRE THEM ALL- 2014

    These tweets we see from the left shows the quality of the people we turned our country over to yet again, It is time for conservatives to start acting like liberals. Take your money out of the market before capital gains go up, stop supporting the media, stop watching their movies, stop funding their ability to buy the destruction of morals and family values, don’t let them in your homes, and take your kids away from them in the schools so they can’t be brainwashed to vote for abortion and birth control pills. R’s need to stop fighting the abortion issue, we don’t need to stand in judgement for their behavior, we just need to protect our own from it.

    • http://www.humorsmith.com HumorSmith

      Perfectly said. Every time we conservatives engage them on abortion or LGBT issues we lose. It is not our place to judge or to tell people what they can or cannot do with their lives. That said, we cannot let them destroy what this country was founded on. We need to defend ourselves from attacks from inside and out, we need to continue to stand beside Israel, we need to ensure tragedies like Ft.Hood and Benghazi don’t happen again, and we need to eradicate the hatred from left and right in America.

      • Michelle Blackwell

        And tragedies like Oklahoma City, Columbine, Virginia Tech, Morton Grove, Aurora and 9/11 don’t happen again.

        However, I didn’t think the country was founded on standing by Israel though.

        • http://www.humorsmith.com HumorSmith

          Two separate statements. The moral values and belief in liberty and self-sufficiency as well as limited government and the ideals set forth in the Declaration and Constitution and also…..etc. etc.

        • michael s

          It wasn’t founded on standing by Israel, this is some new pretzel logic based patriotism. Don’t support other Americans with your tax dollars. That’s not correct. On the other hand its totally correct for American tax dollars to be used for Israeli settlement housing.

        • Yomama

          Michelle- You are right about Israel. Our country was not founded on standing with them. That’s one big thorn in the flesh for me, b/c many in Christianity take a verse from the Old Testament about standing with Israel. They take it completely out of context. That reference is not the country of Israel that is in the middle east. It is referring to the nation that existed (people) at that time. Christians seem to completely forget that the Jews (Israel) rejected their Christ. The Jews who believed in the future coming of Jesus Christ are the ones the Bible talks about being “the just ones”. So this “God’s chosen people” thing is wrong, incorrect, & couldn’t be further from the truth! Guess you got a Bible lesson, but I just wanted to affirm that you were absolutely correct. And this certainly will not make me very popular among fundamental Christians… nothing new.. ha ha.

    • BlueGood

      Buy Smith & Wesson shares!…they’re going to go through the ROOF again!

      I love Sarah Palin…always have…3rd. Party Option for LOTS of TEA & SARAH 4 Yee & Me!

    • Michelle Blackwell

      Wow, are you arguing for choice? Give people the option and let them choose instead of forcing a point of view upon them? Vote with your wallet. Support the things you like and don’t support the things you don’t like. Sounds like a solid plan to me.

  • Michelle Blackwell

    Yes, 20 hand selected tweets is representative of a majority of the country.

    • $30423294

      Actually, yes they are representative. The democrat party has been taken over by godless, hateful people.

      Did you not pay attention when your delegates at the 2012 convention violently said NO to our Christian moral foundations? Three times they denied God.

      That wasn’t a little onesy-twosy. You’re trying to play a game and say the democrat party is really composed of good and moral people, and that these freaks aren’t connected to who you are.

      This is simply not so. A very large sample of your delegates — your best and brightest — said so. Loudly. Repeatedly.

      We heard them. The filthy tweeters quoted above — as you say, they are a freakish little handful — but make no mistake: they are an absolute reflection of the corrupt and immoral heads of your party. I’m sure we can agree about that much.

      • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

        For every one person that expresses it, there are probably 10-20 others that think it, so…

      • Michelle Blackwell

        Okay, so including other people’s religions who may not believe in the same Judeo-Christian God that you do is suddenly against the freedom of religion guaranteed by the Constitution. That means, not just your religion, but everyone elses religion or lack thereof.

        And no we can’t agree about that much. How are you being different from these “filthy tweeters” by stereotyping everyone who has different beliefs than you from 20 or so tweets hand selected by the admins and then placed under the banner of “Conservatives press on, Left spews hate”? How can you be so sure that everyone who may be a moderate Republican or Democrat believes what these people believe? Also, how can you be so sure that they are a member of my party? You make an awful lot of assumptions and not many of them are correct.

        • EEKman

          I was going to reply but Michelle said it very well.

    • Yomama

      Do a search, kiddo. From the president’s top supporters to the celebs and their followers… it’s despicable. Spiking the football is one thing, but they have taken it to it’s lowest level ever.

      • Michelle Blackwell

        Have you even read the responses on this board? Just voting democrat makes you “vile, putrid dregs of human debris” according to Tugboat Phil. That’s not despicable though, right?

        • Yomama

          I never said liberals were alone in their stupidity and comments. Again, if you have Twitter, do a search and it is overwhelmingly vile toward conservatives. Stacey Dash got many death threats and vile tweets b/c she’s a black woman supporting Romney. Haven’t seen that kind of hatred since the 60’s. Obama breeds contempt for those who oppose him, and his followers think they are doing his bidding by maintaining this… hence, Beyonce (who once was thought of as a classy lady) is just ghetto b/c of her comments. Oh, I’m sure I’ll be called a racist over that… whatever, I know the truth and I’m not afraid to say it.

          • Michelle Blackwell

            Only if you look on one side. You seem reasonable, and like me you can go on both liberal and conservative sites and see that each has no problem displaying the worst the other side has to offer. If you believe this kind of stuff comes only from the left, you are sorely, sadly mistaken.

          • http://twitter.com/yahneverknowCB yahneverknow

            Do.
            The.
            Search.

            Count.
            The
            Tweets.

            Gauge.
            The.
            Venom.

    • http://twitter.com/thetugboatphil TugboatPhil

      No, 20 hand selected tweets are NOT representative of the majority of the country. However, it IS representative of people who vote for Democrats.

      In fact, people who vote for Democrats and are not vile, putrid dregs of human debris are a very small minority.

      • EEKman

        Keep thinking that and youll be forever politically irrelevant.

        • http://twitter.com/thetugboatphil TugboatPhil

          I don’t have to think it, I can read it every day in comments online.

      • EEKman

        Ask yourself why the densely populated areas and areas with institutes of higher learning tend to vote democratic.

  • Anny Shaner

    I really feel disheartened…..

    • Junie3

      Most of us do, but at the end of this, you’ll be refined as pure gold. We are the generation that was chosen for this point in time and we are looking over the gulf refusing to lose our morals or ethics. Those people are going to be begging you to pray for and help them.

    • ZoriahShepard

      All morning I’ve been feeling the same way. And I’m a person who always finds the silver lining, who looks on the bright side of life. As long as we don’t forget who we are and what we believe in, we will not fail. This is only a battle we lost in an ongoing war. We’ll get America back to what she was. There’s no other option.

    • Hello Jerry (D)

      Don’t fret, the fight has only BEGUN…

      • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

        Thanks for proving that being in charge is more important to you than fixing the problems that we are facing.

        • Ironhawk86

          Freeloaders like you ARE the problem we’re facing.

          • EEKman

            The states that take more federal funds than they put in are Republican states. Who’s living off of whom?

          • Ironhawk86

            Lazy fucks are like you are living off us. When I say “follow the money” I mean actually do it and not spout some garbage you heard from those nazis at kos.

          • EEKman

            The states that take more federal funds than they put in are Republican states. Who’s living off of whom?

  • Peyton

    We’ve got to do something about the MSM.

    • Yomama

      We can!! We can write, e-mail, tweet, and call them and demand that they hold the president accountable for his actions. They need to do their job!!

      • GaryTheBrave

        Since under the current Constitution he cannot run again the MSM gain nothing by protecting him. They will soon find themselves under the bus because he doesn’t need them anymore.

        • Yomama

          Yes, probably true. But being the narcissist that he is, Obama is still trying to create/fabricate/produce his legacy. So those in the MSM and Obama will still have a “chummy” relationship. But, there are a few in the MSM who appear to still think for themselves and may start doing their job. Guess we’ll see, huh?

        • Donna Hepper McGee

          He’s paying them…a former CNN award winning employee blew the whistle.

    • Ironhawk86

      Namely we need to start prosecuting left-wing politicians who bribe them. FOLLOW THE MONEY

  • allenbarr

    when the stock market crashes and states make plans to leave the union don’t even think it won’t happen. a country divided can not and will not prosper.

    • Marcy Cook

      OH I hope and pray that some states leave the union. When they do that will be where I am moving. I am sickened by the stupidity and the lack of informed voters who just sold this country for a pack of birth control pills.

      • JesLHW

        I hope that some leave the union too, so there is somewhere else to go. Right now there isn’t.

        • GaryTheBrave

          The states I want to see leave the Union are the ones I DON’T want to go to.

      • Hello Jerry (D)

        Kalifornia, Ohio and New York being some.

        • Guest

          Unfortunately, I live in CA, and have family in the other two…bummer.

          • my preciousss!!

            the last time there was serious talk of secession, it resulted in civil war. i’d love for a conservative state to be established….peacefully. but that won’t happen.

      • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

        Texas will be one of the States that would leave if that were to happen. Hypothetically speaking, see you there.

        • Guest

          I’d like that…I’ve always felt like a cowgirl at heart…and I’d love to be a country doctor!

        • Jay Stevens

          I am already there, a little north of Dallas – in a house that I just paid off this summer.

          • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

            Lucky!

        • Jay Stevens

          I am already there, a little north of Dallas – in a house that I just paid off this summer.

  • Marcy Cook

    When these people have nothing because those of us who produce are no longer producing or have moved elsewhere they will all be singing a different tune. I used to say I would always stand with my fellow Americans in times of crisis but now I will never do that ever again. I can’t believe who I am living with.

    • GaryTheBrave

      So where should we take our capital? Costa Rica with it’s low taxes and business-friendly government, or Belize, the only English-speaking country in South or Central America.

      Don’t think you should plan on Colorado like John Galt did. Colorado is California lite.

      • Jay Stevens

        “California Lite” is still … California.

      • Jay Stevens

        “California Lite” is still … California.

      • http://twitter.com/BlissDesignz Tabitha Taylor

        Yep Yep. Obama has done wonders for expat location businesses as over the last 4 years I’ve known many small business owners that have moved abroad & love it! Their lives are so much nicer & although the countries have socialized medicine, it’s done right (the opposite of Obamas), so they are loving the low price & great services in dental & medical! Some other good ones I’ve been eyeballing a while are the beautiful Cypress Island, the Netherlands, New Zealand & Argentina. Love Cuenca Ecuador but their current super left President is an issue. 😉 All MUCH nicer residents than what we’re seeing with the emboldened left here in the US. Unbelievable hate. (I also love how they have to go to conservative blogs just to attack us all day). lol

  • HannahJK

    They should just get a recording of a baboon having a tantrum. That would be more intelligent than these responses.

    • SwTk

      They do enjoy tossing around that “C” word a lot. Low quality in a human.

  • Kele Johnson

    This country has hit the tipping point. The Free Sh*t-Over-Freedom crowd has become larger than those of us who advocate a smaller, Constitutional government, and personal responsibility. The Republic had a good run, but we WILL become a socialist country now. Too many able-bodied people relying on the government to provide for them from cradle to grave–they like the fact that they can call the government “Sugar Daddy” and I fear that there is no coming back from that.

    • EEKman

      /facepalm. Stop that. That is not what the left is about. Please reflect why you lost the election in an honest way. You went a bit too radical on social issues. Reverse your position on gay marriage. Solve the abortion problem with contraceptives covered 100% by insurance, come up with better economic arguments and youll be fine.

      • Yomama

        Oh my God!! Why do people continue to put everyone in a box?! I’m a conservative and I’m pro-choice, pro-gay unions, and I would never say ALL liberals/democrats are evil. But dangit, I’m so weary of the majority of liberals pushing these stereotypes of conservatives! There are so many reasons Obama won, and not the least of which is the free-stuff mentality… sorry, I know you don’t like hearing that, but I’ve seen it firsthand in my line of work. It’s staggering! Most of the folks I’ve encountered don’t even know who the VP is, all they know is that Obama is black, they’re black, and he gives us Obamaphones. You have to recognize eventually that the free stuff won’t last forever, and these people will need JOBS!

        • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

          Some people I’ve talked to don’t even know what Benghazi is, and what happened there.

          • Yomama

            I know. I believe the truth will come out, but right now Obama’s got his “wind” back for a bit.

          • Michelle Blackwell

            Be real about it. If nothing happened to the people who allowed 3000+ Americans to die on American soil what is going to happen to the much smaller Benghazi incident that happened on hostile foreign soil?

          • Yomama

            FYI- Benghazi was U.S. soil that was supposed to be protected by our govt. And as for the people responsible for 9/11, your president had the Muslim Brotherhood over to the White House last year. Your president bragged about seeing all “57 States”. There are 57 states of Islam. Your president bowed to Muslim leaders. Your president said the morning prayers of Islam are the most beautiful sounds in the world. Your president is a fraud, and I’m tired of people being so politically correct and afraid to say the truth. You have no idea what this man is capable of. “I’ll have more flexibility after the election, Vladimir”. Oh, you have no idea what this country is in for with 4 more years of this. Now there is nothing to stop him from unleashing his full plan. It’s easy to get angry with those who voted for him, but they are not to blame as much as just pitifully deceived. NOW, you’ve seen me mad. lol You may call me anything you want, conspiracy theorist, racist, crazy… I frankly don’t give a rat’s @ss. And for the record, I’m finished here.

          • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

            Beautifully written and all true, Yomama.

          • Guest

            You are incredibly ignorant!

          • http://twitter.com/yahneverknowCB yahneverknow

            Can you get it through your thick skull that this reelection will invite MORE attacks on U.S. citizens across the world and, unfortunately, probably somewhere here, too?

            I don’t wish injury or death on anyone, but you are making it difficult for me not to hope you are personally touched by the next attack.

          • Yomama

            Did you hear the report today from Al-Alwoki (sp?), the leader of Al-Qaeda? Well, he has announced that not only was Benghazi a huge victory for them, it was a sign that America is weak and that they are now even more emboldened to make more strikes. So much for Obama’s foreign policies. This is not good at all. This all has to come out, it just has to. Congressional investigation Nov. 15. We’ll see.

          • http://twitter.com/yahneverknowCB yahneverknow

            Yup. I did hear that.
            And then today, the “surprise” CNN report that forced the Pentagon to make an official statement about the Iranian attack on the U.S. drone in international waters? http://twitchy.com/2012/11/08/iran-fires-at-us-drone-in-persian-gulf-last-week/ .

            I’m disgusted. CNN can say whatever they want; I think most rational thinkers know they knew about this before the election and held it.

          • EEKman

            How exactly do you come to that opinion? Do you know that the libyan people loved our Ambassador and tried to take him to the hospital before he died of smoke inhallation? How many embassy attacks happened under previous presidents?

          • http://twitter.com/yahneverknowCB yahneverknow

            1. I’m psychic. Shh. Don’t tell anyone.
            2. Where exactly did I say that the Libyan people are responsible?
            3. Why are you making my point more valid?

            I swear.. People think he can wave a magic wand and *POOF*, all the radical islamists will put flowers in their hair and sing Kumbayah.

          • http://twitter.com/yahneverknowCB yahneverknow

            Take a gander: http://twitchy.com/2012/11/08/iran-fires-at-us-drone-in-persian-gulf-last-week/

            Or, if you insist on mainstream media or left-leaning:
            http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/11/08/us-usa-iran-drone-idUSBRE8A71C520121108
            http://www.wired.com/dangerroom/2012/11/iran-drone/
            http://worldnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/11/08/15027109-iranian-jets-attack-us-military-drone-pentagon-officials-say?

            From the NBC story: “We don’t know why,” the Iranians were shooting at the drone, the official said, insisting the drone did not cross into Iranian airspace. The drone was “conducting routine maritime surveillance, watching ships,” the official said.

          • EEKman

            I have criticisms about Obamas foreign policy and would have liked to have aired them out in the campaign. You guys, however did not nominate Ron Paul, or encourage your more rational moderates. You nominated someone with no foreign policy experience, so we never had the discussion. We probably agree more than disagree on foreign policy, but its too late. You were too confident in your fox/rush spun version of the economy and your passionate hatred of Obama and thought you had it in the bag. It was not enough, and instead you got routed.

          • http://twitter.com/yahneverknowCB yahneverknow

            <— not a Republican, not a male, not white, not pro-life, not rich, not a hater.

            Please stop making assumptions about people.

            And please stop talking about the campaigns. I've tried to move on. I've accepted the result. I'm talking about its consequences.

            You, on the other hand, are responding to my point that things are going to get worse, and to my giving an example of how it already is getting worse, by talking about the election, which is over, and pretty much blaming the Republicans for Obama's reelection, saying "we":

            1. Didn't nominate Ron Paul. (Paul would have lost so badly, it would have been laughable.)
            2. Picked someone with no foreign policy experience. (Obama didn't either. He still got elected anyway. Besides, Romney's not an ideologue, he's a smart realist and I would trust him with foreign policy ANY day.)
            3. That you and I probably agree, but it's too late. (Who did you vote for, anyway? If you agree with me and you voted for Obama, doesn't that mean you actively ignored what you knew to be the truth?)
            4. Follow Fox and Rush (WTF? Limbaugh? are you crazy?) like little puppies. (No, that would be the liberals that bow to the msnbc snark zingers and the Obama campaign telling them that Romney is a killer.)
            5. Hate Obama. (Well, some might, but you're an idiot if you think rational people are motivated by that.)
            6. Thought we had it in the bag. (Okay, yes, but it was only 'cuz we didn't calculate the idiocy and selfishness of the American majority and we honestly can't fathom the amount of election fraud and propaganda perpetrated on the American people.)
            7. Got routed. (*sigh* Here we go again with the nyah nyah, nose-thumbing, we won YOU LOST sore winners thing.)

            I think you should be a politician. You're really good at talking around things. I hope I've addressed all of your concerns in the comment to which I am responding. Please let me know if I missed anything.

          • Yomama

            Guess I’ll jump in here. :) There are a multiplicity of issues facing our country. Okay, we got Obama another 4 years. Whatever. If we continue analyzing the “what ifs” and “who’s to blame”, we just fall back into the same divisiveness we’ve always had. I’m of the opinion that Obama & his machine certainly did nothing but gin up that divisiveness to boost their game, anything to accomplish their world view and how America needs to fit into that. Ends justify the means, etc.

            And then you have the extreme right wing (true believers) who would push their hard-core beliefs and act like they want a Norman Rockwell America. It’s gone, not coming back. Watch Leave it To Beaver if you want to pine over what will never be.

            And then you have a good majority of Americans who would like to be savvy in political discourse, but they’re just too busy working their butts off to feed their families or earnestly looking for a job. Then of course, there are those who still want the “free stuff”. You can’t fault them, it’s like a drug addict who has an endless supply of his drug of choice all thanks to Poppa Government.

            So the answers for all this are multi-various and quite elusive. Personally, I believe in God, not the one that religion thinks they know. The one who gave men free will, who has an abundance of strength to any who just ask for it.

            I just know that life, albeit not easy much of the time, can still be simplified. First in our own hearts, and then to the degree that we endeavor to make peace with those around us and those we meet along the way, we can be amazed at how much we really have in common. Okay, yahneverknow… I did get all Kumbayah on you, didn’t I? ha ha. Well, it beats the alternative. :)

          • EEKman

            I wish more people here thought like you do. I wish more elected republican officials thought like you do. Thats a rational reasonable view to me. Here is an excerpt of Rachel’s show from 11/7 I wish all republicans would watch just that one episode..

            “Listen. Last night was a good night for liberals and for Democrats for very obvious reasons. But it was also, possibly, a good night for this country as a whole. Because in this country we have a two party system, in government. And the idea is supposed to be that the two sides both come up with ways to confront and fix the real problems facing our country. They both propose possible solutions to our real problems. And we debate between those possible solutions. And by the process of debate, we pick the best idea. That competition between good ideas, from both sides, about real problems in the real country should result in our country having better choices, better options, than if only one side is really working on the hard stuff. And if the Republican party, and the conservative movement, and the conservative media is stuck in a vacuum sealed, door locked, spin cycle of telling each other what makes them feel good, and denying the factual, lived truth of the world, then we are all deprived, as a nation, of the constructive debate between competing, feasible ideas about real problems.
            Last night the Republicans got shellacked. And they had no idea it was coming. And we saw them, in real time, in real humiliating time, not believe it even as it was happening to them. And unless they’re going to secede, they’re going to have to pop the factual bubble they have been so happy living inside, if they do not want to get shellacked again. And that will be a painful process for them, I’m sure, but it will be good for the whole country – left, right, and center. You guys, we’re counting on you. Wake up.

            There’s real problems in the world. There are real knowable facts in the world. Let’s accept those and talk about how we might approach our problems differently. Let’s move on from there. If the Republican party, and the conservative movement, and conservative media are forced to do that by the humiliation they were dealt last night, we will all be better off as a nation. And in that spirit, congratulations everybody. Big night.”

          • Yomama

            Thanks, I think this is a wake-up call for a lot of our elected officials. It’s all about compromise, and that one thing I believe was the brilliance of our forefathers to have the checks and balances.

            I was hanging out with friends last night talking about how things may play out for our country. One of them pointed out something I found fascinating. In the Bible there were these guys called Sadducees. (They didn’t believe in the resurrection, that’s why they’re sad-you-see; bad pun!). Anyway, these guys since they didn’t believe in being resurrected / eternal life, they preached “eat, drink, and hang out with Mary” kind of stuff, no rules, whatever they thought was okay they pushed on others. Then you had the Pharisees. They were the guys who walked around all holier-than-thou in their holy robes, telling the Jews how to live, always putting guilt on them, yet they were some evil son’s-a-bitches (Religion!!). And these two groups NEVER agreed on anything EVER… except one thing. They both agreed to crucify God’s son.

            I just find it interesting that there’s nothing new under the sun. People are people, some lead, some follow, but when the leaders refuse to represent We The People, our constitution gets spit on and our country dies a slow death.

            The Bible speaks of 2 kinds of sin (missing the mark). One is the sin of commission (knowingly turning away), and the other is the sin of omission, (not doing what’s right). I know that’s simplistic, but when these legislators get drawn away from their duty & what they were elected to do, they are committing a sin of omission. They are either motivated by fear of losing their job, or perhaps selfishness with the excuse of “standing on their principles.” I know many people of all political persuasions who don’t like abortion, but it’s the law and it’s not going to change, & they would never tell anyone it’s a “sin”. I get more peeved on this one issue w/ conservatives. It’s part and parcel of their decline (Pharisees). Well, I’m just rambling now, and I need to get back to earning a living. All the best!

          • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

            There wasn’t enough intell to know where the original 9/11 was going to happen or if. There WAS enough intell to know something was going to happen at Benghazi, but the Preezy was too busy campaigning to care. But you know, keep being a Truther.

        • Michelle Blackwell

          I can’t believe I just read this. In one sentence you get mad about people stereotyping conservatives and then for the rest of your post you stereotype everyone who voted for Obama. Wow.

          • EEKman

            Im also not suggesting that all conservatives feel that way, but that IS what your party ran on. Listen more to the libertarian fiscal conservatives and less to the Christian Evangelicals.

          • Michelle Blackwell

            Right, except that most people getting free stuff are white and in red states. So, there is that.

          • Yomama

            One last thing. Have you ever lived in an inner city, St. Louis, Chicago, New York? Probably not. Whether people are black or white, the free stuff is coming to an end b/c we have run the well dry.

          • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

            I highly doubt that.

          • Yomama

            FYI- I believe the Christian Evangelicals are more of a hindrance to the GOP because of their hard-core doctrines and how they want to push their beliefs.

          • EEKman

            Then we agree more than we disagree I would imagine.

          • Yomama

            Yeah, sounds like it, huh? At the risk of sounding all “kumbaya”, I recognize that it’s been a very tough year for Americans, and I really do have a deep desire to see our country heal. Hopefully when we all settle down and endeavor to look at what’s important, we can find common ground. And on that note, Boehner needs to get the corn-cob out of his rear-end and do his job!

          • EEKman

            Then we agree more than we disagree I would imagine.

          • Thread777

            Beliefs matter in any country. It is from a belief-system that laws are written and the law of the land is implemented. I’m sick of this tolerance garbage. Tolderance, Diversity, PC, blah -while the racist liberals tie our hands with these ideologies they, themselves, are the most dvisive and racist people for the most part.

          • Yomama

            Well, in a perfect world all people would get along, but that’s not the case. There are atheists in our country, and I do NOT believe our forefathers intended for us to push our beliefs on them. That’s called freedom, and more importantly it is free will, which is the most key principle that God created for man. I don’t think abortion is best, but it’s the law and it’s not going to change. Some Christians would actually force an 11-year-old girl to carry to term her rapist’s baby. This is despicable and cruel. Also, if you don’t like gays, don’t be around them. But if you show them God’s love as the Bible teaches, you may be able to help them learn more about God. Jesus Christ came to expose the hypocrisy of religion, and here we are 2000 years later with religious zealots trying to dictate how we live.

          • http://twitter.com/yahneverknowCB yahneverknow

            On the atheist thing…
            I think they need to stop the yammering and admit that, in a way, their beliefs are a “religion.” Yes, I know I sound crazy. Many atheists, especially those that are more militant… er… adamant?… about atheism, pretty much act like it’s their job to spread the atheism into every corner of the world. They want to convert everyone to atheism.

            They need to stop pretending that atheism has more rights than any religion.

            /steps off soapbox.

          • Yomama

            Yep, you’re exactly right. But for the less verbal ones, most of ’em are just looking for answers. I know, ‘cos I used to be one. :)

          • http://twitter.com/yahneverknowCB yahneverknow

            :) I have no problem with atheism. I like diversity.

            It’s just the “looks like a duck, quacks like a duck, walks like a duck… it’s a kangaroo!” part that bothers me.

          • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

            I’ve felt that way too, yahneverknow. That Atheism has become a religion. Now I wonder why I don’t see Atheist churches or whatever they would call it.

          • http://twitter.com/yahneverknowCB yahneverknow

            Virtual churches.
            reddit.com/r/atheism, for example.

            Eventually, they will graduate to real world venues, but some would argue that many liberal higher learning institutions are pretty much atheist places of worship. I won’t go that far… yet.

          • EEKman

            Atheism is not a religion. It’s just a lack of belief. Everyone is an atheist for other gods. I presume you don’t believe in Vishnu or Zeus. There are 10000 plus gods you don’t believe in. Atheists just take that one god further.

          • http://twitter.com/yahneverknowCB yahneverknow

            I don’t like calling people names, generally.
            But you have proved, time and again, that you are an idiot.

          • Yomama

            You don’t comprehend what you read very well, do you? I told what “I have experienced” and I don’t see anywhere that I said ALL people who voted for Obama. Wow is right. And by the way, you haven’t seen me “mad”. I have great resolve to continue to expose the hypocrisy on both sides wherever it may be.

        • http://twitter.com/yahneverknowCB yahneverknow

          Thank you for that.

          I’ve been trying to tell people here to stop putting the social issues in the forefront because the radical left will always win if you do. Just say it’s a personal choice and as long as people treat each other like humans (should), leave it alone (or leave it up to the states).

          The point is to educate. Not through the schools, but person to person, one at a time. We have to pry the idiot-America away from the hands of the ones in control, one finger, one nail at a time. But yelling and arguing won’t get it done. Yes, there are people that will refuse to listen. But if you come back time and again with facts, rational thought, and a smile, you will chip away at the shell.

          Don’t give in to the divide that Obama and his cronies have hewn. The more you do that, the more you will end up driving people like me away.

          ME ==> Independent, Libertarian-leaning, gay-friendly, pro-choice (NOT pro-forced), non-Christian, single, brown-ish female that voted for Romney because I was informed.

          • http://twitter.com/yahneverknowCB yahneverknow

            I LOVE the fact that this got down-voted.
            Bring it.

        • http://twitter.com/yahneverknowCB yahneverknow

          Thank you for that.

          I’ve been trying to tell people here to stop putting the social issues in the forefront because the radical left will always win if you do. Just say it’s a personal choice and as long as people treat each other like humans (should), leave it alone (or leave it up to the states).

          The point is to educate. Not through the schools, but person to person, one at a time. We have to pry the idiot-America away from the hands of the ones in control, one finger, one nail at a time. But yelling and arguing won’t get it done. Yes, there are people that will refuse to listen. But if you come back time and again with facts, rational thought, and a smile, you will chip away at the shell.

          Don’t give in to the divide that Obama and his cronies have hewn. The more you do that, the more you will end up driving people like me away.

          ME ==> Independent, Libertarian-leaning, gay-friendly, pro-choice (NOT pro-forced), non-Christian, single, brown-ish female that voted for Romney because I was informed.

        • Danny Meeker

          I’m totally with you on stereotypes: I consider myself a right-wing conservative, I’m active-duty military and a Catholic. However, I am pro-choice. I am happy DADT was abolished. Finally, I like the idea of a healthcare law; just not the individual mandate.

          • Yomama

            Thank you for your post and especially for your service to our country. It will be so much more healing to our nation when congress and president truly represent ALL the people. I remain hopeful and will continue to make my voice heard to my congressmen. Thanks again!

      • ZoriahShepard

        Better economic arguments…like throwing money at the problem?
        Why do we have to capitulate to social issues. Why can’t we have our ideals and beliefs? Why do we all have to be the SAME? Why can’t I be pro-life? Can’t I value human life? Just because I’m not throwing my arms around everyone and saying “I love you brother” that makes me a lesser person?

        How do you not see that in the past four years success is frowned upon and discouraged? The One has basically capped someone’s income at 250K, unless you want to pay more taxes. Forced national healthcare on those who don’t want it. Providing free birth control and letting people do what they want just because everyone else does is not the way to improve our situation.

        Mine is not a popular opinion, but I firmly believe that the One was re-elected because the majority of this Union want to see themselves as progressive, idealistic humanitarians. Albeit blind. They want to be taken care of and the One is more than happy to oblige. Depend on him as much as you want. The rest of us will exercise some damn common sense and look after ourselves.

        • EEKman

          Its not about wanting to “be taken care of” Humans are social creatures and we have a desire to contribute and feel needed and important. Its about the social contract and the belief that we are all in this together. The mere fact that we are on this thing called the internet having a political disagreement across the country is a testament to that philosophy. The internet started with government research and investment and could not have happened any other way. It has changed the planet forever. Its the expression of the common desire to leave our children a better world than we had. We can all do so much more if we don’t have to scrape by to get our basic human needs met.

          The question isnt that you cant be pro life, its how you are going to accomplish it. What do you propose? That we throw doctors and nurses in jail as accomplices? That teen mothers get 25 to life? You want abortion police? Think through the policies. How does the rest of the world handle it? The lowest abortion rates in the world are in countries with universal healthcare with free contraceptives. In countries that have outlawed abortion, the abortion rate does not decrease, it just decreases the safety of abortion by driving it underground. So by being “pro-life” as it is currently defined you are making the problem worse even though you have good intentions.

          The country has shifted regarding Gay Marriage over the last few years and will only become more in favor. You can disagree, but you cannot vote to remove the rights of others. That is profoundly against the spirit of the founders.

          Regarding your economic question. I would recommend the book “Bulls Bears and the Ballot box.”.

          I want a strong conservative party. Thats the point of me being here. A 1 party government would be catastrophic. If I wanted to be around people who agree with me all the time there are many other sites i could visit for that.

      • Guest

        A bit too radical? Reverse our position? Why don’t you just ask us to become liberals. We have beliefs just like you do. We just want to stay true to ours without having someone come up and pin us to the wall for doing so!

        • EEKman

          There are many other issues and positions you can take, prioritize differently. You arent going to win elections with these positions. The social issues are why you got hammered this season. Recognize that and move on.

          • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

            Maybe the Left should adopt some of our issues and positions and we might vote for them. It works both ways.

      • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

        Why should we reverse our beliefs on gay marriage? After being against gay marriage and then for it, Obama then said he won’t pursue the matter in the next 4 years and will leave it on the States..like how it’s been even when Bush was in office… People still voted for him though.

        All right, fine, contraceptives provided by health care plans: Give the woman a 100% covered by insurance 6 month to 5 year shot or implant. No pills, no condoms, just a shot or implant since, after all they want fool proof BC right? You can miss a pill or forget to use a condom, but a shot or implant is always there so you don’t need to remember it. And you’d be reminded that your shot or implant would expire soon, so there’d be no lapse in birth control there. That is meeting people half way. I’d be on board for that.

        ADDED: In the case of ovarian cysts, endometriosis, and all, birth control pills and/or other medication should be covered by insurance near 100%.

        • EEKman

          That is a great solution. I wish you would use your influence and speak to your pro-life peers about it. That issue was why you lost 9 seats. Its too bad too because you lost some good candidates.

          The gay marriage issue was about timing. The country is coming around and there is no going back at this point. It can be summed up simply.

          If you can vote away a gay person’s right to get married, can they then vote away your right to be married?

          • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

            No, they can’t. And it should be a state to state thing. NC has already said no to it permanently and my state has voted it down every time. It hasn’t come up in 10 years now. Your man Obama even said he won’t pursue it. I guess he’s saying it’s a big “case closed”.

            Compromising one’s morals for political gain is a Liberal thing, not a Right Wing thing. We don’t sell our souls to the “devil” like your lot do.

      • http://twitter.com/yahneverknowCB yahneverknow

        Top Ten Tactics of the Democrat/Liberal/Obama campaign 2012:

        10. Lies.
        9. Propaganda.
        8. Voter fraud and intimidation (I can’t even list them all here.).
        7. Electioneering (on walls, on people).
        6. Bullying for votes (union and other).
        5. Buying of votes (union and other).
        4. Pandering to the popular kids (celebrities and Gov. Christie).
        3. Racism of convenience.

        2. Duck and cover (Benghazi, Benghazi, oh, and Benghazi)
        1. Lies.

        • EEKman

          I dont see how that thinking helps you, or your party. Denial wont win you any future elections.

        • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

          Um…I hate to have to be the one to tell you, but if you look at the truth in this election, Romney lied a lot more than Obama did, and he spent a lot more money than Obama did.

      • Catherine Smart

        Studies: Birth Control, Contraception Don’t Cut Abortionshttp://www.lifenews.com/2012/02/17/studies-birth-control-contraception-dont-cut-abortions/

  • http://twitter.com/MrsDrLift Cara

    Enjoy those sour grapes, Righties.

    • Hello Jerry (D)

      I pity the day you will have to eat them yourself.

    • CalCon10

      If you hate us so much, why are you here?

      Do you have a psychiatric disorder, or are you just wicked?

      • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

        I’d say psychiatric disorder.

        • Guest

          I concur.

      • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

        Sociopath would be it.

    • EEKman

      I lean liberal too Cara but if Romney can have the balls and say we should reach out and work together then lets just argue over policy and not over who’s a legitimate American, we all want the same things, we just disagree on the best way to get there.

      • Yomama

        I grew up in the 1950’s with a mother who was very liberal and a father who was a republican. My Mom would take in any lost animal or needy family, and my Dad would just calmly say, “okay, let’s talk about how will we pay for it?” I think I got the best of both of ’em. :)

    • EEKman

      I lean liberal too Cara but if Romney can have the balls and say we should reach out and work together then lets just argue over policy and not over who’s a legitimate American, we all want the same things, we just disagree on the best way to get there.

    • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

      How childish.

  • EEKman

    Yeah, I have no defense for those tweets. Very insensitive the day after the election. Can we try to follow the golden rule now? Ugly tweets lke that come from both sides.
    Mitt Romneys gracious concession speech killed any desire for me to be an I told you so. The right does need some soul searching, but this is not the way to communicate that. Those of us on the left should respect that nearly half of the voting population voted for Romney.

    • CalCon10

      Oh, stop this “both sides are doing it” stuff.

      Classic liberal dodge to deflect attention from the fact that it’s your side doing the vast majority, if not all, of the indefensible.

      • EEKman

        OWEBAMA PHONE KENYAN MUSLIM SOCIALIST FASCIST WILL DESTROY AMERICA
        Sound familiar?

        • CalCon10

          Oh, yes. That’s soooo like the vile, hateful personal stuff your side spews. And if you can’t see the difference, you have no moral compass.

          • Michelle Blackwell

            So your defense of the “vile, hateful personal stuff” being vomitted forth on this site is the other side does it too? Really? And somehow, your “vile, hateful personal stuff” is different from everyone elses?

          • EEKman

            Did you read my post at all? Where did I defend those tweets? Im suggesting we ALL try follow the golden rule and you’re downvoting me.

          • Yomama

            She was addressing CalCon10. Oops.

          • EEKman

            Ah my bad. sorry.

          • Michelle Blackwell

            I know it looks that way EEKman, but I was not replying to you. I do agree with your sentiment.

          • EEKman

            I’m very sorry I didn’t see who you were replying to Michelle.

        • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

          Yes, and he will destroy America. Carbon Tax, coming up!

    • Yomama

      Thanks, I really appreciate your post. Respect is always appreciated. :)

  • http://evilbloggerlady.blogspot.com/ Evi L. Bloggerlady
  • Zederok

    Hate this bullcrap. You, I and Sarah might all be conservative but this country is not. How can you say dont lose heart when the most leftist desctruve president in our history wan after the wrecj he created the last 4 years. This country is finished, it is no more, and even brit hume said it last night. All those moderates/independants are actually liberal. Welcome to the new demographics of a center left America.

    • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

      We need to fight.

  • $30423294

    Sarah, you started all this. Thank you!

    A good and beautiful person comes seemingly out of nowhere, and teaches us once again the oldest story of humanity: the world can’t bear the sight of a beautiful, truly good person. The world will always try to destroy beautiful people like you.

    It’s who we are.

    The blessed among us saw that our dear teacher, Christ, was murdered not by people different from us, but by people just like us, people who can’t bear the sight of a good and holy person. We’re embarrassed by goodness. We mock modesty and vulnerability.

    The blessed among us took that lesson to heart, and amended our lives to live more mercifully, to accept our suffering, to relieve the suffering of others.

    The difference between the Godly and the godless hasn’t been quite this clear in a long time.

    Thank you for starting this! You are truly beautiful.

    • michael s

      Please don’t equate the Alaskan crab with Christ in anyway. That’s blasphemy. She has said plenty of hateful things. You should ask her how well did her advice for Romney work? Go rogue indeed. Why isn’t she the no.1 woman in Washington dick Morris said she’d be 4 yrs.ago?

      • $30423294

        Well, my friend it’s funny.

        Mitt didn’t invite Sarah Palin to speak at his convention.

        McCain did.

        McCain got 3 million more votes than Mitt.

        I call that the Palin Effect.

        • michael s

          1st of all mccain didn’t invite sarah to speak at his convention. she was his running mate .it was THEIR convention. 2nd. 3 million more votes than mitt still was a losing effect. what happened to the 18 million cracks(women vote) in the ceiling she was suppossed to deliver? stephanie cutter had her correct recently on this week.

  • JesLHW

    Sarah Palin, Michelle Malkin and other conservatives are so hopeful today. I admire that. I just don’t see it. I don’t feel like the USA will ever recover from this. My heart is broken every time I consider the future of this country.

    • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

      Don’t worry. It’s only people like Malkin and Palin and Coulter and Limbaugh who should worry. Their fear mongering and obstruction politics are what lost the election for Romney. They will have to find a new job.

      • Ironhawk86

        You’ve obviously lived off welfare and fraudulent disability your whole life, so I’m not surprised you don’t know what a “job” is.

  • TJCrane_NCC1701

    Take heart fellow travelers. They’re in the same sinking boat as we are. We are now all equally scrooed !

  • Hello Jerry (D)

    Of course these liberal cowards wouldn’t dare spew their tripe in public, out of the safety of their keyboard, basement, fake names… and mommy.

    “Harry Hardwick” being one example.

  • VirginiaGirl

    Half of America has lost its mind. I am a Christian – and I know all of those reading this may not be – so humor me. From my perspective, as I read the filthy, profanity-laden, horrid things the left writes in response to Sarah – and to so many others – all I can imagine is the day they stand before the Lord. They are so filled with hate, bitterness, and pride. They truly know not what they do!

    • Guest

      Hard to pray for them, but we certainly are called to do so…I have to ask God to even help me do that!

      • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

        We can pray not only for them, but for their enlightenment.

        • my preciousss!!

          we can pray for the nation, as i will keep doing. but for these folks gloating and getting more vile? i won’t. they are a candidate for Romans 1:28 (verses 20-32 for context).

    • Sketti

      I’m an Atheist, so we’ll have differing opinions with respect to afterlife judgment. However, I believe we’re in total unison when it comes to our perception of the left’s morality, or lack thereof. Even though I do not believe in the existence of deities, I do subscribe to the belief that instilling Christian values/beliefs at an early age enhances the individual’s moral compass. In other words, it helps a person to understand what’s right and wrong. Unfortunately, the left, for the most part, believes Christian values/beliefs are archaic and non-conductive to their agenda, which is clearly reflected in their asinine and mean spirited temperament.
      .

      • ArmyMom81

        I’m also an atheist who believes the basic morality of kindness and tolerance, but I’d also like to mention a very fundamental aspect that seems to be forgotten on both sides of this bloody battlefield; judge not. I see words on this comment thread like ‘vile, retarded, ugly, selfish, greedy. How is that any better from the posters they’re (for lack of a better word) crucifying? This hate-slinging is rampant on both the Left and the Right, Conservative and Liberal. In my experience, the ones less likely to spew all this useless nonsense are the moderates, on both sides of the line. The bottom line is really this: is spraying someone with judgements and insults because you don’t agree with their opinion going to do anything but produce more insults? Seriously, it’s uncivilized.

        • Jay Stevens

          Oh, no. Judge. Please; judge.

          From one of the randomly selected tweets above:
          “@SarahPalinUSA ugly cunt, how could you have a baby if you knew by your genes it would come out a retard…as ann coulter would say, hahaha”

          Do you want people talking like that around you and your family? No? You are judging.

          A principled disagreement is one thing. This IS just … vile.

          Now excuse me while I go wash my hands and my keyboard.

          • ArmyMom81

            Oh, I’m well aware of the many forms of personal judgement out there. My own son is special needs, and he’s fetched many a comment from people such as the poster you cited. In public. That’s a goddamn delight to deal with.

            I also get the same from many people when they find out my husband is/has served in Afghanistan and Iraq. Also fun conversations to have. I agree – there’s no arguing with people who don’t want to argue, only sling insults and overgeneralized judgements.

            I agree that it’s vile. What I don’t agree with is feeding into it with the same thing from the other side.

          • ArmyMom81

            Oh, I’m well aware of the many forms of personal judgement out there. My own son is special needs, and he’s fetched many a comment from people such as the poster you cited. In public. That’s a goddamn delight to deal with.

            I also get the same from many people when they find out my husband is/has served in Afghanistan and Iraq. Also fun conversations to have. I agree – there’s no arguing with people who don’t want to argue, only sling insults and overgeneralized judgements.

            I agree that it’s vile. What I don’t agree with is feeding into it with the same thing from the other side.

        • Jay Stevens

          Oh, no. Judge. Please; judge.

          From one of the randomly selected tweets above:
          “@SarahPalinUSA ugly cunt, how could you have a baby if you knew by your genes it would come out a retard…as ann coulter would say, hahaha”

          Do you want people talking like that around you and your family? No? You are judging.

          A principled disagreement is one thing. This IS just … vile.

          Now excuse me while I go wash my hands and my keyboard.

    • Jay Stevens

      They know exactly what they are doing. Otherwise, they wouldn’t be so consistent.

    • Jay Stevens

      They know exactly what they are doing. Otherwise, they wouldn’t be so consistent.

  • inspector

    We need a Noah.

    • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

      We only need Jesus.

      • inspector

        Obviously…but Jesus needs good men and women. We need someone who will start standing up for what’s right and drop the PC. We still have free speech in this country.

        • EEKman

          Can we please keep religion as a private personal matter and keep the government secular?

          • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

            I wasn’t speaking for you, and I doubt Inspector was either.

  • GEORGE_W_TUSH

    Shouldn’t there should be an extra debate
    between Paul Ryan and Sarah Palin to decide the bronze medal or something?

    Who else didn’t speak at GOP Convention: George W. Bush, Sarah Palin, Donald Trump,
    Herman Cain, Michele Bachmann, & other top Republicans..I wonder why???????????????

    • Yomama

      Yeah, yeah, you’ve posted this crap before or cut and pasted it from someone else. Guess you think you’re clever. Your Mom must be so very proud of you. #Loser

  • Maxwell

    It’s very easy to lose hope, at least for me. So many of my college friends are brainwash and only see the left side of things. They pretty much worship Obama and any democrat. I can’t say anything negative about Obama without being called a racist. The racial is widening because of the Dems calling anyone opposed to Obama a racist. And the people I thought would have Romney’s back didn’t, because they thought Obama would make good on his promises *rolls eyes*

    So forgive me if I lose heart.

    • Michelle Blackwell

      You’ve got odd friends if you can’t disagree with them without being called racist. That is unfortunate. I enjoy talking with my liberal and conservative friends. They’re all slightly crazy IMO.

      • Maxwell

        Oh no I wasn’t talking about my friends calling me a racist, I’m talking the media in general. Talking politics with my friends is hit or miss. Some are open to what I say, others just tell me I’m wrong over and over. Although, I’m pretty sure they all think I’m crazy, even though I’m more or less Libertarian.

        • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

          Don’t worry about what people call you. Stick to your core beliefs and everyone else be damned.

        • EEKman

          I would re-examine your opinion on the media. They are not relentlessly activist as you are making them out to be. Think about where those companies are and who works for them. Large cities tend to be liberal, employees at a broadcast company will probably identify themselves more as liberal. FOX OTOH, has made a business on being an activist organization. They are pushing an agenda by design. Their success is based on defining and selling a particular political reality, and they are very successful at it. I watch FOX news, I also watch MSNBC, local news, Twitchy, Reddit, Huffpo, Aljazeera, BBC, Russia Today and other alternative media.

          Really with so many media choices today you cant really use the excuse that the Media is “liberal” Its really not.

      • EEKman

        I enjoy talking with conservatives so much I married one.. lol

        • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

          Seems you have good taste after all. 😉

        • Danny Meeker

          Totally agree. I married a Reagan-Republican, so that’s a double positive!

      • EEKman

        I enjoy talking with conservatives so much I married one.. lol

  • Kate

    We on the right have handled ourselves with class and dignity. Our time will come again, and we can get America back on track. We will survive these next four years.

    On another note, Romney’s concession speech brought tears to my eyes. Our country would have been lucky to call him President.

    • EEKman

      I will admit that after Romneys gracious speech My opinion of him changed dramatically in that instant. I wish I saw more of that guy in the campaign.

      • http://twitter.com/yahneverknowCB yahneverknow

        Glad you saw it. Wish you could have pushed past the propaganda to see it sooner. You do understand that the majority of those that voted for Obama actively ignore the few things that trickle through the mainstream media screen?

        • EEKman

          We all go through life differently and are guilty of confirmation bias my friend. If i grew up in your neighborhood I would probably feel exactly as you do.

          • http://twitter.com/yahneverknowCB yahneverknow

            My perspective is very unique in that I experienced many different religions, social strati, “levels” of educational quality, racial bias(es?)(from/to all directions), and pretty much any other divider through most of my developmental and early adult years “from the inside.” Not really sure if you’d understand it the way I did.

            Being guilty of confirmation bias isn’t the problem. It’s when you keep doing it over and over. And it’s when the ones in power perpetuate it for their own gain. Oh, and I don’t think I’m your friend, Mr. Biden.

    • PatriotWarMonger

      You can have your class and dignity – but it’s gonna take a hell of a lot more than that to win back this Republic. Do you really think we are any different than our Founders? They didn’t win this with class and dignity. They won it with bullets. They didn’t “reason” with the enemy, they shot them. If you are not comfortable with that, then you haven’t got a prayer.

      Everybody thinks we will survive this by “staying strong” and “believing”. The Declaration of Independence didn’t mean shit until shots were fired.

      Time to wake up, people.

      • Kate

        I’ll agree with you there. It’s time for the GOP to bare its teeth. We don’t have to be as nasty as they are, but being “the nice guys” isn’t working either.

        There was zero political shift last night and conservatism crushed liberalism in 2010. I am hoping for a strong fight and a Senate takeover in 2014.

        • PatriotWarMonger

          Agreed. The Dudley Dooright, Boy Scout routine ain’t gettin’ it done.

          I’m not at all interested in “polite” politicians. I want MORE partisanship, not less. These cowards think we sent them up there “to get stuff done”? NO! We sent them there to represent OUR interests, not theirs!

        • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

          We have to hope they won’t rig the voting machines again, or do anything else.

  • Streetiebird

    In other news, Conservatives are spewing hate and racism and participated in a near riot which left several young Cons in custody and many Obama signs burned or defaced.

    • Yomama

      You talking about Old Miss? Yeah, a few college kids raised a stink… it was no big deal. That’s why you called it a “near” riot.

      Did you see the threats on Twitter if Obama lost? 10’s of 1000’s of them. Now… that would have been some major riots with people burning down their communities and stealing TVs. Yeah, it’s quite obvious the conservatives have more class in their defeat than the liberals have in their victory. Well, 51% of America got what they deserved and it will be the conservatives who come to their rescue in a few years.

    • GoSellCrazySomeplaceElse

      Where? Don’t just throw out statements without backing it up. I know that’s your way and all, but if it’s true back it up.

      • Streetiebird
        • GoSellCrazySomeplaceElse

          C’mon, you can do better than that. Two arrested, no property damage, rumors of a riot and racial slurs quoted by no one. I guess that’s the kind of information you deem as legit and factual. Thanks for wasting my time.

          • Streetiebird

            LOL you know what website we’re on right??? This place uses tweets as it’s primary source of information :) Hilarious, thanks for wasting your time!

          • GoSellCrazySomeplaceElse

            Did you really ‘laught out loud’? You don’t know anything about me, what I read, etc. But I’m sure I discovered a lot about you. LOL That’s the first and the last time I will ever laugh out loud.

  • Ntr

    First and foremost, the Republicans need to stop being pansies and take on and take down the media. The GOP needs to get a f*ing backbone. Second, use liberalism against itself and, yes, collapse the far left out of our politics and into oblivion. It’s like the GOP is playing chess and allowing the left to remake the rules to fit their needs.

    Yes, the Republican party is at fault for this.

  • EEKman

    Just heard that Obama is meeting with Romney for a possible job in his administration regarding business…anyone else hear about this? What do you guys think?

    • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

      I heard something about Obama “discussing” some things with Romney… will it be the new Secretary of Business, do you think?

      • EEKman

        I dont know, maybe we’ll get the best of both worlds this election.

    • Ironhawk86

      Confirms all my negative suspicions about that RINO fraud, that’s for sure.

      • EEKman

        Sooo you dont want the two sides to work together?

        • Ironhawk86

          At this point there isn’t even a second “side.” Our choice was between big government and big government. I want to see a side that actually believes in personal freedom before worrying about how it gets along with others. And to answer your question: NO. When thieves break into your house, you don’t negotiate with them.

        • GoSellCrazySomeplaceElse

          Economists that worked with Obama say it’s a waste of time. Obama is illiterate when it comes to business and economics, he just doesn’t get it.

    • http://twitter.com/yahneverknowCB yahneverknow

      Dear Mitt, I know I called you a liar & tried to convince everyone you’re an evil man, but can you come help fix things now? Thanks! -bo

      • EEKman

        Come on how can you not see that as a positive thing? Its extending the olive branch and respecting your opponent. I think a leader who has the balls to surround himself with people he both agrees, and disagrees with is the sign of a strong, pragmatic leader that respects that almost half the country voted for Mitt.

        • GoSellCrazySomeplaceElse

          Rrriiiighttt. Just like he did with Paul Ryan. He gave Ryan a seat in the front of a speech he was giving and then attacked and berated him in front of everyone. Never to be trusted.

        • http://twitter.com/yahneverknowCB yahneverknow

          I think your rose-colored glasses are a little smudged.

          You’re missing the point.

    • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

      Since Obama is incompetent in all matters, someone has to make things right. Only Romney can do that. I highly doubt it’s true though since Obama is looking to make this a socialist country and crush all small businesses and topple corporations.

      • EEKman

        Maybe you are wrong and he’s not actually trying to do that.

        • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

          Keep telling yourself that. In four years we’ll see if I’m right.

    • Guest

      I heard that too.

    • Maria Seeger

      Link or it ain’t real. And if it *is* real, I hope Mitt tells him to take his job offer and shove it where the sun don’t shine. Obama’s idea of bipartisanship is for all the Republicans to shut up and rubberstamp his ideas.

  • http://twitter.com/madd987 Kenny Maddox

    sarah plain need go away now bye sarah plain goodbye gop for good

    • Sketti

      Let me guess, a medical marijuana user and/or Chicago Public School Teacher?

    • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

      Why do you hate strong women? Plain? You mean Palin.. And sorry hun the GOP will be here long after you are gone. Get used to it.

  • Danny Wheeler

    Amen, Mrs. Palin!

  • Its True

    Hey Twitchy, where are all the posts about the conservative right threatening assassination and calling the president the N word.

    I mean, you are a real website and not an incredibly biased thinly veiled attempt by Michelle Malkin to trick teenagers and twitter addicts into believing corporate conservative talking points, right?

  • Sketti

    @SarahPalinUSA If you/your family can endure these idiots, I surely can ride out another 4 yrs of Obama failure; thanks for the inspiration!

  • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

    Thanks Gov. Palin, I really needed those words right now. Keeping fighting the good fight! We’ll be behind you and beside you! Strong women unite!

  • michael s

    hey sarah you suggested mitt go rogue. did it work for him? NOOOOOO!
    did it work for you sarah? NOOOOOOO! was dick cheney right when he said you were a bad vp choice? YOU BETCHA! was ann coulter right when she said you were a novelty candidate? YOU BETCHA! Do you think if you run for president you can get the highest amount of popular votes in the history of the USA by a 2 term president. I think not. last month you and your ilk was proud of the white media(the correct term for what you call the Obamamedia),when Romney won the 1st debate. Also you and romney were told to America by Dick morris that you are the new no.1 woman in washington. romney in a landslide and would win by over 300 electoral votes. am I happy all 3 of you are losers? YOU BETCHA.

    • Yomama

      Ho hum… go ahead and spike the football. You got what you deserved in this election. Either you are on the dole from the govt. (free stuff!) or you work for the govt. Either way, it will all come crashing down before long. But that’s okay, the principled people you so pathetically attack are all working hard to save your sorry @ss.

  • RogueRose

    Classy and gracious as always. Love ya Sarah.

  • Yonderthehill

    These people who spewed out so much hatred for Sarah Palin need to be thrown out of the USA and never to return.

  • Danny Meeker

    NOW, MORE THAN EVER!

    “THESE are the times that try men’s souls. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of their country; but he that stands by it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman. Tyranny, like hell, is not easily conquered; yet we have this consolation with us, that the harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph.” — The Crisis, Thomas Paine, 23 December 1776

  • Victor Kahuro

    These tweets are really vile. But conservatives stay strong, am a Kenyan and would have voted for Mitt Romney because I can tell right from wrong.

  • Maria Seeger

    What I find amusing about all those ridiculous hateful tweets directed at Sarah Palin is the one that says “It’s grown-up time now, honey”….
    Seriously? The people who voted in Obama because they didn’t want to lose their so-called abortion rights and therefore voted with their ladyparts…those who voted for Obama because they thought Mitt Romney was a racist and the AntiChrist and swallowed the DNC campaign ads hook line and sinker…we’re supposed to believe THEY are the grown-ups? Seriously? Oy vey.
    That is so funny. Pathetic, but funny.

  • doris lott

    Filthy mouths without intelligence, their only response comments being name calling with dirty words? We all know this agenda and style from spineless bottom feeders that puke through Twitter. Keep carrying on Sarah Palin!

  • BeeKaaay

    Sorry Sarah, the RINOpublican party is overtaken by Marxists. Let it go the way of the Whigs.

    Please start a third party and use your powerful message to attract followers to it. Conservatives WILL listen.

    The United States Conservative Party. Now.