Sarah Palin slams ‘GOP establishment’ and ‘jackasses’ over amnesty bill: ‘You disrespect Hispanics’

Sarah Palin posted this image to her Facebook page Friday afternoon.

In another Facebook post, Palin expanded on that theme and went after pols in both parties:

Great job, GOP establishment. You’ve just abandoned the Reagan Democrats with this amnesty bill, and we needed them to “enlarge that tent” of which you so often speak. It’s depressing to consider that the House of Representatives is threatening to pass some version of this nonsensical bill in the coming weeks.

Once again, I’ll point out the obvious to you: it was the loss of working class voters in swing states that cost us the 2012 election, not the Hispanic vote. Legal immigrants respect the rule of law and can see how self-centered a politician must be to fill this amnesty bill with favors, earmarks, and crony capitalists’ pork, and call it good. You disrespect Hispanics with your assumption that they desire ignoring the rule of law.

Folks like me are barely hanging on to our enlistment papers in any political party – and it’s precisely because flip-flopping political actions like amnesty force us to ask how much more bull from both the elephants in the Republican Party and the jackasses in the Democrat Party we have to swallow before these political machines totally abandon the average commonsense hardworking American. Now we turn to watch the House. If they bless this new “bi-partisan” hyper-partisan devastating plan for amnesty, we’ll know that both private political parties have finally turned their backs on us. It will then be time to show our parties’ hierarchies what we think of being members of either one of these out-of-touch, arrogant, and dysfunctional political machines.

Her post closed with a link to a Breitbart News article titled “Palin: Immigration Bill Targets American Workers.”

  • DocBarry1

    I am so proud of the Governor

    • Guest

      what governor?

      • Jeremy

        go away troll.

        • Katie Smith

          It’s not trolling to state the obvious. She’s not a governor, nor did she even fulfill one term of a governorship. It’s silly to honor her with a title that she herself did not honor. That aside, I agree with her 100% on her amnesty statement.

          • William Kent Jenkins

            carry water much troll?

          • CatHerder

            It’s a courtesy title. All former office holders get it.

          • TexasHawk

            Once a Governor always a Governor. How long was Obama a Senator? He did not fulfill his term. Clinton quit the Senate, Bill Clinton quit being Governor. They do it all the time.

          • Bill Brandt

            Why not honor her with the title. Congress”persons” that serve even less that one term retire with a lifetime pension on your back. As for the amnesty BS, that is exactly what it is, and she is right about disrespecting law-abiding Hispanic citizens, and those who want to be.

      • William Kent Jenkins

        Is that you pissing on yourself

      • Max Headroom

        What ever amount OFA is paying you to post, it’s way too much.

      • TheRealJackpineSavage

        Are they fumigating under your bridge today?

      • Rulz

        Get a picture of Snowden with that username.

  • Bob Smooper

    Disgraced, state-abandoner, Palin needs to get with the program!

    • RefudiateGOPe

      She’s not disgraced and she abandoned no one. Oh, and she’s not only “with the program”, she’s writing the program.

      • Rosalie

        And she’s making big bucks to boot!

        • wwbdinct

          I edited my response to you. Sometimes you can never tell on a Palin story.

        • RefudiateGOPe

          And she making them honestly and not by becoming a lobbyist or a board member of a company that’s looking for political favors.

          • Heather_A

            That is totally one thing I will give Palin. She could have been a lobbyist or some other K Street creature, but passed on it.


        • Guest

          and there is NOTHING WRONG with that! Go Sarah!

          • Rosalie

            Did I say that there was something wrong with that? I happen to respect and admire Palin.

        • William Kent Jenkins

          Jealous much ?

          • Rosalie

            Dear Lord! There are some very sensitive people reading the comments and taking my comment the wrong way. Relax. I’m a friend.

        • disqus_uD4oT5bwAq

          your point?

          • Rosalie

            Did I have to have a “point”? I said exactly what I meant.

    • Andrea Gonzales

      So getting with the program is having an unsecure security system at the border and within the states all for the purpose of giving those who broke the rule of law legalization? This Hispanic doesn’t think so. My mother came from Peru and waited 9 years to get here, holding out hope that she would get that chance to become an American citizen and not be the millions of others who are now twiddling their thumbs nervously and sitting on the couch for something that has little to no chance in the House. America is its own sovereign nation just like Mexico and yet you see Mexico treat illegals far more harsh than we do. Get with the program? How about you get some common sense.

      • William Kent Jenkins

        Well said Andrea

      • disqus_uD4oT5bwAq

        you guys need to materialize and speak up. not on forums but in public.

    • wwbdinct

      Disgraced? Anthony Weiner was disgraced. You’re a disgrace.

    • Jack Deth

      Blah. Blah. Blah.

      Sarah Palin living in yet another moronic, knee jerk ObamaBot’s skull.

      Rent free.

    • Steve_Flesher

      So, tell me. Did all those sell out politicians in D.C. stay in their seats long enough for you?

      The focus of some voters simply amazes me.

      • Garym

        It is because they are low information sheep. Dogs herd them from one area to another and all they do is breed and graze.

    • alanstorm

      A disgrace like Napolitano and Sibelius, both of whom quit their jobs in order to screw with people on a national basis?

    • deTocqueville1

      Poor little Smooper, same tired lines.

    • cbenoistd

      Attempting to bankrupt the mother of a Down’s syndrome child is the true legacy of Barack Obama.

    • BrianPat412

      Wow, so this is what an LIV Drone looks like ! Bob, get a clue, you’re a drone, you’ve been Borgified ! Picard was saved, so there’s hope for you !

      • John W.

        You’re right, BrianPat412. The Guv is proof that resistance is NOT futile!

    • Jeremy

      You are a simpleton.

    • V the K

      Leftists. They’re like schoolyard bullies who push a kid to the ground and then sneer, “What’s the matter. Can’t you walk?”

    • William Kent Jenkins

      Get lost pooper smooper you wouldn’t a program if it hit you in the pooper

  • CatHerder

    She’s right about one thing, there’s a large and growing number of voters ready to call for a pox on both their houses now.

    • RblDiver

      I’m becoming one of those myself.

    • Ben Bollman

      The Republican Party no longer represents conservatives, if they ever did in the first place.

      • AmericanMom

        The GOP and RNC are RINO organizations and diss the Tea Party and conservatives. As long as they have McCain, Rubio, McConnell etc. who sided with democrats, they’re untrustworthy and not worth our donations. Ted Cruz and Sarah Palin speak conservatism.

        • Ben Bollman

          Yep, and I would even take libertarian guys like Rand Paul over those RINOs any day of the week. The worst thing they could do is reduce government too much, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing either. The NSA thing has really made me rethink how much power the government should have in national security if they can invade our lives.

          • Adela Wagner

            And the IRS. To think they will be in charge of healthcare makes me really sick…but not sick enough to go anywhere near Obamacare.

          • AmericanMom

            I’m with you on that. As long as it wasn’t Paul Sr. who didn’t have much use for military protection. If anything I believe our nation is in more danger now than ever before.

          • Ben Bollman

            Yeah, I’m not with the ‘make America into a fort’ crowd that thinks we should pretend the outside world doesn’t exist. I just think that our surveillance and anti-terrorist tactics shouldn’t be used on our own citizens which is a distinction that at least the Patriot Act for all of its flaws still made.

          • AmericanMom

            You’re right. When the head of Homeland Security names conservatives, religious right and certain other harmless groups of people as potential terrorists, it’s downright creepy to think someone in charge of protecting us is considering us a danger while they are, in fact, letting muslims go through TSA lines freely. Meanwhile hard working citizens are treated with suspicion. There is no common sense to it. Israel has it right but the dumbkoffs in charge here, refuse to profile.

          • Hiraghm

            I’m in favor of making America a fort, which is not pretending the outside world doesn’t exist. A fort is a protected base from which military actions into the surrounding countryside, in this case, the world, can be launched. It is a redoubt against the incursions of the enemy.

            What I don’t see in the Pauls’ philosophy is an important distinction that Americans are going to have to once again embrace if we are ever to save ourselves from the enemies without and within… the distinction between our people, Americans, and those people, non-Americans. It doesn’t mean we have to hate everyone non-American, as the Marxists would have you believe. It means we have to acknowledge the reality that our people are “superior” in our estimation to other people for no better reason than that they are our people.
            It’s a distinction that seems to have dissolved alongside the dissolution of the traditional family unit. And I’m beginning to wonder if there’s a connection.

          • Ben Bollman

            I agree with all of that. I was referring to the isolationist mentality the Paul’s have, although I’m not sure if Rand is one as much as his father. I think in the case of terrorism the best defense is a good offense and if they were in charge I am afraid we would have to deal with another 9/11 because ignoring the problem is what led to it. And like you said, we have to make the distinction between citizen and non-citizen when we do it. That is what always holds me up on them.

          • Hiraghm

            The problem is, the past 3 generations have been left fundamentally ignorant of Franklin’s admonition:

            Those who would surrender essential liberties for a little temporary safety deserve neither safety nor liberty.”

            For some bizarre reason; maybe it’s all the medical lawsuit commercials on tv anymore, but for some bizarre reason we seen all too willing to surrender our liberty for security or safety. It started with the government nibbling at our liberty, such as the seat belt laws and 55mph speed limit, but now it’s a rushing flood.

            Judge: “Mr Rearden, you are misrepresenting the letter, and the intent, of the Fair Share Law. It is based upon the highest principle, the principle of the Public Good”
            Hank Rearden: “As defined by those who would dictate and regulate our behavior in our homes, and our businesses; stealing their power from our liberty”
            (from: Atlas Shrugged Part 2: The Strike)

        • Robby Gregg

          News flash there hasn’t been a true conservative since regan and if Regan was running today you guys would be bashing hi calling him a Rino

          • Ben Bollman

            Oh boo hoo, so what is your solution? Not call out Republicans when they don’t act conservative and don’t do the right thing? Keep our mouths shut so that the GOP fully becomes the Democrat Party? Let the country go to hell in order to try to please people that aren’t going to vote for us anyway? What is your end game here?

          • Robby Gregg

            No they deserve to be called out I would just like to know why everyone thinks palin has a chance in hell of becoming president id rather see rand paul running for president I see palin as distraction to the party and I excpect to be bashed for what I just said and im fine with it

          • BAW

            No bashing but asking could we compromise with Cruz? Maybe it’s all the years of Ron Paul but there is something that just makes me a little uncomfortable with Rand. I’d vote for him but he wouldn’t be my first choice (not that my first choice has been on the ballot since Reagan).

            I like Palin and agree with her but unfortunately think there may be too many on the right who believe the left’s spin, aided by establishment Republicans who don’t like her, that she’s damaged or stupid or a “distraction.” Hope you’d vote for her if that’s what it came to.

          • Robby Gregg

            i would if it comes to that but like you said with rand she isn’t my first choice and is down on my list but if it comes to that then yeah

          • Hiraghm

            I don’t think she’s politically damaged, I don’t think she’s stupid. I don’t think she’s sincere. I think she’ll make deals like any other Republican politician, once she’s in office.

          • Robby Gregg


          • Hiraghm

            I’d rather see Paul run, myself, except I’m concerned about his stand on foreign policy, like his father.

          • Robby Gregg

            yeah same

          • Ben Bollman

            Honestly I would rather have Cruz because he would probably have the best chance of winning. Palin isn’t a distraction though because her support has helped guys like Cruz get elected. I think too many of us buy into how the media has portrayed her, but we really need to get over it because she is a good ally.

          • Hiraghm

            Maybe if he’d been a stronger conservative, we wouldn’t be where we are today.

    • rrpjr

      Impossible to overestimate the roiling and righteously frustrated energy out there right now.

    • BlueGood

      Sarah…AGAIN! Knocks it OUT THE PARK!

      Start now folks….2016 is a mere 30 months away……PALIN/CRUZ!


      • Hiraghm

        Nope, I won’t vote for Palin, until she goes through the same apology process Deen went through.

    • MarcusFenix

      That number has been quite large for a while now, and is ever growing. The problem is, folks have a habit of towing the party line regardless of any other factor than “We need to beat (insert Democrat/Republican name here), and if you vote 3rd party, you’re screwing us all up!”

      I don’t have an easy answer to this one. Breaking up these huge party structures, with their massive financial backings and dealings, is virtually impossible under normal circumstances. I don’t see people flocking to 3rd party (or, heaven forbid, more than 3) platforms, because there’s just never anyone people REALLY get behind. Look at Paul, or Nader…I’d be willing to bet that they would do a better job of things than Obama (because my left buttcheek could run this country better, when it’s asleep), but they don’t have the support of the masses. Pulling in single or low double digit numbers during an election isn’t going to cut it in the end.

      My opinion is, that had Libertarians and Tea Party/Conservative people stood together, then they might have both the numbers and the clout to actually do something decent, provided their differences on some things could be mitigated to move forward for the common good. If people who had those political affiliations moved away from both Dem/Rep parties and formed up based on their mutual love of freedom and wanting to fix a badly broken government, and stopped towing the party line…….well, it’s a small chance, but better than what’s going on now.

      • Adela Wagner

        And THAT should be the battle cry on the Conservative platform. “we need to beat BOTH established parties and if you vote Republican, YOU’RE screwing US up”!

        If you vote the way you’ve always voted, you’ll always get what you’ve always gotten…IGNORED!

        And none of this innner fighting. NO ONE goes after the others…Cruz,Lee,Paul,Palin…run as a team. Come out and say we are ALL on the same side…The People’s Side. Vote during the primary for anyone of us, because you are going to get ALL of us, working together to get the country back on the path of Freedom, Small Government and the will of The People.

        • Hiraghm

          I will support each of them as each of them presents him/herself to adhere to what I consider the vital conservative philosophies.

          I’ll have no truck with “the People’s” anything. Above all, the most important conservative principle, is the sovereignty of the individual. Collectivists can go to hell.

  • Edolicious

    Now more than ever, I want to have Sarah’s baby.

    You heard me.

    • love2rumba

      That would take some serious surgery!

  • PhilipJames

    The first step in what may be leaving the Republican Party and looking at something else unless the Republican House comes to their senses.

  • Hiraghm

    Someone tell her that A) “disrespect” is not an action verb.

    B) it sounds hypocritical coming from a woman who insulted social conservatives with a racial epithet.

    • RefudiateGOPe

      It looks like the Cambridge Dictionary, as well as other authorities, disagree with you.

      And what would be that racial epithet that would insult social conservatives?

      • Lipstick

        Nice fact check there. Love it when the grammar police are shown to know little about, um, grammar.

        • Hiraghm

          Uhm… I’m not the grammar police, but I was taught the proper use of “disrespect” in grade school… 40+ years ago.

      • Hiraghm

        They’re wrong. I’ve been around a half-century, and this misuse of the word came from the illiterate gutters of America, not the dictionary.

        She called us Neanderthals for disapproving of the shameless way she dragged her poor child on the campaign trail with her.

    • Ben Bollman

      Please inform us of what racial epithet she used. I thought you were a conservative, if so you shouldn’t be ragging on Mrs. Palin.

      • Hiraghm

        1) I am a conservative.
        2) I’m not convinced she’s a conservative, based on her actions.

        3) I supported her until she insulted me and mine while cuddling up to one of the most dishonest, hateful, horrific hags ever to go into politics.

        • Ben Bollman

          Can you go into a little more detail? Who did she insult and who did she cuddle up with?

        • Ben Bollman

          I’m not trying to be combative, I am actually curious as to what she did to make you think that. She has always looked to be the real deal to me.

    • BrianPat412

      Wow, fell flat on your face with that one, I know you’ve been convinced you’re the intelligent one. But as you can see, you just got your grammar correcting butt handed to you by someone with a web browser and working knowledge of using a mouse !

    • William Kent Jenkins

      You make it up as you go or what ?

    • Hiraghm

      I love it; she makes the racist remark, and I get down votes.

      • TexSizzle

        You made that claim at least twice, and have been asked what the allegedly racist remark was, but you have yet to answer. Is that because you know she did not make a racist remark? Bless your heart.

        • Hiraghm

          No, it’s because I have a life.

          The racist remark was when she was cuddling up to Ferraro and said that any of us social conservatives who disapproved of her dragging her “Downs syndrome” child around on the campaign trail were neanderthals who needed to evolve into the 21st century.

          The Neanderthal was a cousin of ours. The use of the word as an insult dates back to the days when the other n-word was still commonly used as a comparative denigration for non-blacks.

          It would be on a par with calling someone a Mohican when suggesting their thinking was backward and primitive.

          Of course, there are no Neanderthals to have their feelings hurt anymore (although there are social conservatives, but their feelings don’t matter if they don’t walk the PC line)… because we wiped them out in a war of genocide that makes any “white guilt” over the civilizing of the Americas sound like a joke.

  • descolada9

    She would definitely be a better VP than Biden…

    • Rob

      What I left in the toilet would be a better VP than Biden.

    • alanstorm

      A moldy ham sandwich would be better than Biden – at least it wouldn’t try to speak.

    • john norton

      No VP tht would not fix it only by grabbing the helm is she in a real position to fix it ,U do want to fix it dont you…?

    • chitown2424

      She would be a Better President Than Obama!!!

    • BrianPat412

      A rock would do a better job. Joe Biden is as stupid as they come and a reflection of the ruling class !

  • kateorjane

    This may prove interesting – McCain is all atwitter in full pander mode and Palin is tsk, tsking the GOP on the issue. Wonder if he starts dumping on her a la Schmidt?

    • mickeyco

      McCain has no respect in the GOP at all now- not even RINOs, so you needn’t worry about him. He’s even just about warn out his hero status.

    • love2rumba

      What I’d like to know is when will Palin finally distance herself from John McCain and his people.

      • BAW

        I’d guess if he’s stupid enough to attack her. She’s loyal. She was even when his team threw her under the bus but if he does it personally, I would expect it to be different.

  • sigh

    Whatever political party Palin forms, I’m joining. Screw the GOP.

    • john norton

      HERE,HERE & 40 million will be rt behind ya too…LOL U Betcha…

      • Jason Call

        U Betcha: nice. Concur. Love the guv.

    • nc

      If that ticket included Ted Cruz, Trey Gowdy, Alan West, et al, they could take down the GOP. A month ago I never dreamed I would be saying this.

      • BAW

        And that’s on top of me thinking for the first time that “abolish the IRS” is something I support. Never thought we could actually change our tax system but now, maybe.

    • Runningdog Ofcapitalism

      I hope its the No More Sociopaths, Term Limits party. Power attracts sociopaths. They put re-election above all else, country included. With no prospect of re-election, the sociopaths could go back to bank robbery, internet scams and other high falutin white collar crime and let our country recover.

      • BAW

        “Term Limits” reminded me that I’d thought, yes, they could have a platform like the “Contract With America” just a few (what was it 10?) fundamental principles that a strong majority of Americans agree with. Newt managed for the first time to nationalize House elections and take control after decades of Democrat control.

  • RefudiateGOPe

    Remember this?

    I bet McCain gets that call too.

  • rrpjr

    Now this is beautiful. We’ve been starving for this kind of strength and clarity from a leader. Either overturn the GOP from within, Sarah, with a radical insurrectionist grassroots run in 2016, or go third party.

    • BAW

      Can’t we do insurrectionist, overturn from within in 2014? Get the Senate, increase the number of conservatives in the House all while getting ready for 2016 just in case. See how the Republicans behave with full warning that conservatives will either be represented by the party or we’ll do our own thing in 2016?

  • deTocqueville1

    Awesome as always. Things are heating up!

  • RefudiateGOPe

    Obama leads from behind, aka following. Members of the GOPe lead by looking down upon their constituents. Sarah leads by walking arm-in-arm with the working class.

    • cvmoonshadow

      We will Stand with Sarah!!

  • Pete Petretich

    Run Sarah Run!!! Jeb/Hilary will be blown away before you know it…

  • Darlene Evans

    the whole old guard standard bearers, need a good whoopin in the wood shed. No one asked me where I stand on this bill and I’m sure I’m not alone. What makes them think that law abiding Hispanics, who work hard and are here legally aren’t worried about losing their jobs to the illegals who will work for less. Sarah was right on on her comments. What makes some of you think all hispanics vote the same way, just like other voters, they have their own mind especially if they do work and pay taxes and are not living on the dole so to speak. This bill is a joke.T

    • BAW

      Far too many people, on both sides, see people only as the group they belong to. I agree, it’s stupid. I know that when my daughter was in law school in Austin, she went with a Hispanic friend and her family to the Glen Beck thing in San Antonio. I think standing on principles, standing for what’s right works with the majority of Americans (different percentages of different groups, on different issues sure) but the only “group” that should matter is Americans. Somehow I doubt any of the professional consultants would agree and it may take someone like Palin to tell the pros what’s what.

  • BrianPat412

    I’m serious, this woman is a machine ! She’s relentless, focused, intelligent (Sry lefties, if she wasn’t, she’d be nothing you’re worried about and you are, very much so). I don’t see it happening with the control the establishment has over all the LIV’s, but if she became President in the near future, she’d transform this country back into something truly amazing, a country with Character and Integrity !

  • $24835958

    Sarah Palin quit her job as governor. The New Republican party doesn’t need quitters. She can’t be the face of the people taking back their party from Lindsay Graham and Orrin Hatch.

    • Michael Anderson (WB)

      If she was a worthless quitter and no threat to the liberals she would be ignored by the water carriers because she would be both useless and non threatening. Instead every aspect of her life is examined under a microscope for the least fault and any perceived fault is ridiculed as long as possible. Therefore we must conclude that she is a serious threat to continued liberalism in this country.

    • Joe W.

      Got anything new, Peabrain?? No??? Then STFU. Bless yer little heart.

      • mainelysteve

        Off your meds Joe??

        • Joe W.

          Ohhhhh. SNAP!!! I guess you really got me on that real original take down. Time for you to get some new material as well, Steve. You libiots have zero creative skills when it comes to mocking your betters.

    • alanstorm

      Like Napolitano and Sibelius, both of whom quit their jobs in order to screw with people on a national basis?

      Under the circumstances, i.e. being besieged by complaints from left-wing idiots (sorry for the redundancy) allowed under Alaskan law and being unable to properly do her job, resigning was probably the best option for her and the state. What exactly is your objection, if you can formulate one?

    • MisterIncredible

      Wow, so edgy.

    • Exodus2011


      I don’t agree

      with the political landscape shifting against the CORRUPT Ruling Class, her resigning to fight back on a different front will be understood and agreed with

      as info about the Big Govt corruption and abuse continues to spread,
      Americans will be searching more and more for a Leader they can trust

      someone who VALUES keeping their word

      someone who has a record of fighting corruption successfully

      someone whose Admin emails are in the Public domain

      someone who didn’t feel the need to destroy their hard-drives

      someone who is not reluctant to present personal documentation or all Tax

      someone who is transparent in all dealings

  • Ray H Shaffer Jr

    Big words coming from the same lady who effectively voted for amnesty and unsecured borders when she pushed McCain past Hayworth by supporting McCain for reelection.

    • Exodus2011

      uh … did you see the commercials JD cut for his Crony pal?

      not a conservative message AT ALL … plus the guy was tied to Abramoff

      there was good reason to stop JD – there are enough Crony capitalists in the Senate, plus Gov Palin gave her word to McCain

      she completed her obligation to him in Nov 2010, and since then has clearly distanced herself from him as regards policy many times

      in particular wrt FP with her Palin Doctrine (5 points, really upset the NeoCons) and also over the gun grab and of course amnesty first, no border security

    • Exodus2011

      Here is the Palin Doctrine, in summary form (very much Reaganesque)

      Gov. Palin: I believe our criteria before we send our young men and
      women—America’s finest—into harm’s way should be spelled out clearly when it comes to the use of our military force. I can tell you what I believe that criteria should be in five points.

      First, we should only commit our forces when clear and vital American
      interests are at stake. Period.

      Second, if we have to fight, we fight to win. To do that, we use overwhelming force. We only send our troops into war with the objective to defeat the enemy as quickly as possible. We do not stretch out our military with open-ended and ill-defined missions. Nation building is a nice idea in theory, but it is not the main purpose of our armed forces. We use our military to win wars.

      And third, we must have clearly defined goals and objectives before sending troops into harm’s way. If you can’t explain the mission to the American people clearly and concisely, then our sons and daughters should not be sent into battle. Period.

      Fourth, American soldiers must never be put under foreign command. We will fight side by side with our allies, but American soldiers must remain under the care and the command of American officers.

      Fifth, sending in our armed forces should be the last resort. We don’t go
      looking for dragons to slay. However, we will encourage the forces of freedom around the world who are sincerely fighting for the empowerment of the individual. When it makes sense, when it’s appropriate, we will provide them with material support to help them win their own freedom.

      We are not indifferent to the cause of human rights or the desire for
      freedom. We are always on the side of both. But we can’t fight every war. We can’t undo every injustice around the world. But with strength and clarity in those five points, we’ll make for a safer, more prosperous, more peaceful world because as the U.S. leads by example, as we support freedom across the globe, we’re going to prove that free and healthy countries don’t wage war on other free and healthy countries. The stronger we are, the stronger and more peaceful the world will be under our example.

  • Conservagrl

    I love Sarah!

  • Mr X

    No wonder the Leftists and crony capitalist RINOs alike hate this woman. Bravo Sarah! I can almost forgive you for taking up with John ‘Al Heart and Lung Eaters Brigades’ McCainiac in 2008 even though you definitely outshone him!

  • Berf

    Good to see the American people from both parties are now gradually waking up to see that both parties are not siding with us. We are heading toward communism in increments. I truly believe in my Heart, when I first saw Sarah I knew she would be our Queen Esther, I felt it was not her time yet. The media, the establishment from both parties hates her so much that it tells us they are afraid of her. I truly believe Obama is God’s punishment to us and I believe things will get worse for our country as long he is in power. When the crap hits the ceiling, I believe God has plans for Sarah during our nation’s very dire times. Something will happen to our nation that will bring us to our knees and God will place her back on the political stage and will repair all the damage that liberals/socialist/communist have done to our great nation. and shall renew our faith in our country. Yes one day ladies and gentlemen , I truly believe we WILL call Sarah Palin …MADAME PRESIDENT.

  • carl arasi

    They not only disrespected Hispanics,They disrespected all American citizens,and allso the Nation in general!The should be stripped of there citizenship,and thrown out of our Country! THey are more concerned with the wellfare of Mexico,and its citizens than the wellfare of America.We need to go after these scumbag Senitors!!

    • Hiraghm

      No, they didn’t “disrespect” anyone. They may have show disrespect for someone (in this case, people who didn’t deserve respect in the first place), but they didn’t “disrespect”.

      But, go ahead, let illiterate gutter trash redefine the language.

  • notenoughtime

    Amen, Sarah!

  • carl arasi

    Sarah Palin,Americas Iron Lady Will be next POTUS,and all you Communist Trolls need to find Rat Holes to hide in!God Bless Sarah Palin,and God Bless the USA!!

  • Mark_Krieg

    She is right on the money. spineless mindless republican you need to be dissolved and let the Tea Party do it’s mission.
    For you you mind numbed idiots the Tea Party is a mind set not a a organization.
    we believe in the constitution nothing less and a lot more.

  • Armando

    Reagan Democrats? Wasn’t Reagan the one that passed the last comprehensive immigration reform?

    • gary4205

      Yup, and it’s the ONLY thing he ever said he regretted! Like today, the promise was the border would be secure, and like today THEY LIED!

      Reagan was a great man who let compassion color his judgement.

    • TexSizzle

      No. The Democratics in the House and Senate passed it. He signed it into law based on their lies about securing the border.

  • ttexlax

    This whole article speaks volumes for the Lady that I still admire so much!

    The picture shows her knockout beauty and right behind her sits the reason no man in his right mind would even think of her in a disrespectful way.

    Then read the article and you have to wonder at liberals describing her as “stupid” then picking Joe Biden as a intelligent vice president.

    Then somehow liberals get their people in for another term when most Americans don’t have the money to pay for gas to get to the polls.

    Am I the only person that feels like he is sitting downwind of the outhouse with the word politics smeared on the side?
    By the way! USMC 61-66 and no way the guy sitting behind her gets any gruff from me! Miles and miles across Alaska in a race on a snow machine then comes across with a win! Stunning!
    GOD bless them both and tons of love from Texas!

  • disqus_uD4oT5bwAq

    I’m too sick and tired of inside the beltway politics. Getting along is not the people’s will. Gay marriage? Not the people’s will. Late term abortion? Not the people’s will. Free rides for illegals? Not the people’s will. Yet, all three are being railroaded upon the people’s will for political expediency. Sad.

  • tomstur

    My question is who in this Country known as America authorized any government official the responsibility to grant or deny any human being the right to be a citizen after unlawfully entering or over staying their authorized visit ? This is not what any representative who took their oath of office swore to uphold. Every last one of our representatives is guilty of treason, forfeiture of office is required. The rule of law is not possible to be enforced legally when illegal practices rule the land. As representatives of our sovereign dignity, lawful enforcement failure, failure to place our military on our porous borders exposing our nation to criminals, of all persuasion. While your armed body guards, your private menservants and women servants bow to your every bribe and promise. Open your doors to we the people, we do not bite. Maybe those you so kindly granted amnesty to might have their way with you holier than thou illegitimate, incapacitated, unconstitutional, lying bastards. I believe that is why you continue to hide behind your self serving legislation’s and self preservation of your policies.

  • Dianne Simons

    Obama didn’t finish his senate term.

    • digitalPimple

      Obama never finished a term of dog catcher but you totally can’t tell.

  • Patricia Lee

    Amnesty for those here in the US, should have been granted to those that had no means of meeting INS overeaching regs.. INS/ICE is big government meeting special interests of insecure white people. “So called “illegals” were often economic refugees fleeing much corruption and violence .Now there are many heartbreaking cases of hardworking Latinos, heads of household facing deportation with their families torn apart. Also, this bill is so confusing and has attached boondoggle, favors, etc that makes it a true fiscal and civil liberties nightmare and should have been voted against. for that reason. Palin is correct on that part. Nevertheless, she made a serious mistake ever associating with McCain. I can’t take her seriously and most of the GOP, sorry. I will vote Libertarian.

  • Hiraghm

    I would bet Palin thinks she has a shot at 3rd party nomination in 2016.

    • Jack Mahon

      And I’ll be first in line to support her.

  • DG

    what utter crap – no wonder the GOP lost in droves twice to Obama – you
    still live in the 80’s Newsflash the “Reagan Democrats” of the 80’s
    don’t exist any more. Macomb County home to the middle class white
    UNIONIZED auto worker who was the Reagan Democrat in the 80’s is no
    longer the bellweather for Republican candidates hoping to score those
    votes —instead Macomb County and more importantly its neighbor,
    Oakland County are representative of today’s middle class voter: highly educated, sexually & culturally diverse, living in communities comprised of various racial minorities – resulting in a more tolerant, culturally liberal population who are uncomfortable with today’s Republican Party. Christie is more in touch with these new “Reagan Democrats” than any one else in the GOP today. Palin and those
    who have a hard-on for her may believe she is a “Reagan” republican or
    claim that they know how to attract the “Reagan Democrats” today- but
    they couldn’t be more delusional than a junkie on acid.

    Reagan created amnesty, raised taxes,eliminated no significant gov’t agencies & under Reagan federal employees grew to 3 million while the national debt grew from $700 million to $3 trillion, Reagan constantly negotiated with Gorbachev, preferring diplomatic approaches with his enemy and took a very strong stand AGAINST torture by signing the UN’s Convention Against

    But go ahead Sarah, keep talking about how we have abandoned the principals of Reagan,keep talking about angry white male UNIONIZED working class Reagan democrats of the 80’s that no longer exist and keep telling us how ‘we” have abandoned them with the Amnesty bill but not with the closed minded intolerance of today’s GOP who keep living in the 80’s.

  • Maxx

    Right message but wrong facts. Latinos voted for Obama over Romney 71% to 27%, according to the Pew Hispanic Center.

    Obama’s Hispanic voter percentage was the highest since1996, when Clinton won 72% of their vote.

    If we had been able to increase Romney’s Hispanic voting percentages to 35%, in all likelihood, he’d have won the nomination.

    One thing is for sure, the comments above indicate how polarizing Palin continues to be within her own party. As a result of such polarization, her political future appears to be solidly in the camp of punditry and not political office. She appeals to the far right wing of the party but loses those who are more socially liberal, albeit fiscally conservative. Is it any wonder with such fractured support, she is now talking about the “Freedom Party,” which appears to be gaining steam as a place where the uber righties can crack their bread and be amongst their own en masse.

  • DefCon99

    That’s the Palin fire I remember from 2008.

  • dustime8

    Well said Sarah, it’s about time someone of your stature had the guts to tell these fools what they look like absent political clothing.

  • Stanley Kubrick

    She’s right. The GOP was and always has been a party of hacks. Bush, McCain, Romney. The libertarian ticket is the only way to go now. Enough of this “voting by party” bull.