Sarah Palin is back to the “violent rhetoric” today, writing at Breitbart.com that the battle to defund Obamacare is headed to the Senate. Palin even offers to compare “shiv marks” with Sen. Ted “Wacko Bird” Cruz to see who’s more often been the victim of what she calls the “anonymous sources” backstabbing game. Cruz and Sen. Mike Lee have her full support in their push to hold off the Obamacare train wreck. Her faith in the rest of the Senate isn’t so solid, though. She writes:

We’d like to believe that the GOP establishment would applaud the way these bold leaders have rallied the grassroots to their cause. But, no, such praise would require a commensurate level of guts and leadership, and the permanent political class in D.C. is nothing if not gutless and rudderless.

If the Senate doesn’t get behind Ted Cruz’s efforts to defund Obamacare, it won’t be because of any failure on Ted’s part. It’ll be because there weren’t enough principled leaders to stand with him, and that would be a tragic loss, not for Ted, but for America.

But the permanent political class is handwringing and howling that if there’s a government shutdown the media will blame Republicans for it. Here’s a little newsflash, GOP establishment: Whenever anything bad happens, the media blames Republicans for it. That’s not an excuse to roll over and play dead. It’s a call to follow the advice I give my daughters: Woman up, stand your ground, and fight like a girl!

It’s a flattering portrait of Cruz to be certain, and the “very junior Senator from Texas” sent his thanks for the support.

Cruz will be on “Fox News Sunday” talking Obamacare.

  • Clayton Grant

    As usual, Sarah nailed it! The tenured GOP members of the Senate had better pay attention or their tenure may be in danger. McCain has hinted at retirement, but he can still do some damage and inhibit unifying the GOP around Cruz’s and Lee’s fight. If you support this fight, let them know!

  • fireandreamitchell

    Does this include Songbird McCain, who she campaigned for in 2010?

    • Netmilsmom

      She is classy and doesn’t speak ill of him, but I can imagine what is said around her kitchen table.

      • fireandreamitchell

        Never said she wasn’t classy, I’m not a Palin hater. She actually hit the nail right on the head in her article. This was a legit question.

        • cajun_2

          Sarah Palin probably said the same thing many americans did…Anybody but Obama…I voted for Palin.

      • tops116

        “I don’t why he’s so opposed to torture. He sure knows how to inflict it on others.”

      • RUexperienced

        Palin is anything but classy. She has gotten nasty with MANY fellow Republicans.

        Rick Santorum was “a knuckle dragging Neanderthal.”
        Barbara Bush was “a blue blood.”
        Rick Perry was called “a crony capitalist.”
        ‘Herb’ Cain was called “the flavor of the month.”
        Newt Gingrich was called “an egotistical narrow minded machine goon.”

        But she says nothing about McCain, even though she states that Rubio, Lee and Ayotte need to be primaried for their support of amnesty.

    • gary4205

      Hey idiot. Palin NEVER campaigned for McCain in 2010 She merely endorsed him over that crook J D Hayworth. If she hadn’t endorsed McCain, you clowns would have called her a back stabber.

    • grais

      “permanent political class”
      Yeah, I think she’s including him.

    • cvmoonshadow

      I think she aimed at McLame very clearly without saying names. They and we know who they are. She has called him out before but her loyalty is still there and she should be commended for it. Remember he is the one that brought her to the national stage.

      • RUexperienced

        So how do you explain her endorsement of Orin Hatch?

        She enthusiastically endorsed him over a Tea Party candidate. And she has NEVER criticized him for his support of amnesty.

    • KSEMBB1

      Palin did not campaign for McCain in 2010. She endorsed him. Big difference. And she endorsed him out of respect and gratefulness for bringing her onto the national political stage. Having done the minimum, she won’t be doing anything more for him.

      • RUexperienced

        Palin DID campaign for McCain in 2010. Its on video…. pictures were taken.

        Stop making things up.

    • Rosalie

      I dislike McCain, at this point, intensely. I look at it this way, if it weren’t for McCain we wouldn’t have Palin with us now. So McCain did one thing right.

    • immanuelgoldstein

      Sarah owed McCain a debt. She paid it in 2010

    • deTocqueville1

      I know it is a difficult challenge but stay on subject.

  • JeffWRidge

    With Palin, Cruz and Lee fighting for us, I really do feel that we stand a chance to defeat the abomination known as Obamacare.

  • Republicanvet

    Put on your big girl panties GOP.

    • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

      Great minds think alike… @SarahPalin #JudgerJeaninePirro Jawamax 8<{D}

  • Sue Lynn

    Another great reason to donate to SarahPAC….

    • RUexperienced

      That’s what she wants.

  • crosspatch

    I am wondering why conservatives are so eager to rescue Democrats from this trainwreck before the 2014 elections and why some conservatives like Mark Levin are pushing so hard for Republicans to rescue the Democrats from this mess before the elections. In a strategic sense it makes no sense. People aren’t going to get a complete sense of the full damage this is going to do until it actually takes effect. If the Republicans manage to delay it until after the elections, the Democrats will simply say that it would have worked and the world will never know. It is my opinion that we should SHOW the country that it DOESN’T work and let the full impact of this policy (and a few other Democrat policies) be felt. That will turn more people against the Democrats for life than any delay will turn toward the Republicans. We should be rubbing the Democrats’ noses in every single company that reduces work hours, cuts employees, terminates health benefits. Every single one of those incidents is a mark against the Democrats. But no, many instead decide to try to blame Republicans for a law that not one single Republican in either house of Congress voted for. Sometimes I think there are a lot of false-flag Democrats posing as “conservatives” out there.

    • DiscontentWithLiars

      I have to agree with you about Obamacare. However, every business that has to cut their force, are assumed by the MSM and public to be Republicans that are out to punish the workers. We know that isn’t the case, but of the thousands that are cutting the workforce, it’s the Republican (conservative) or right leaning companies that make the news. Anyone that wants to make a profit are Republicans of course, so their motives are always bad. The left democrats and MSM know how the game is played, and will focus on those “Rich” “business” men that meet the criteria, so the game is fixed. The millionaires and businesses on the left will be left alone, or get “Special treatment” from the administration. If you’re on the IRS list, you’ll never get a waiver. Yes Obamacare will kill jobs, and force insurance costs for those of us paying to increase (mine is 42% in the last 3 years – so far). So it just depends if you think we should punish everyone, or try and protect them. Reminds me of the saying “No good deed, goes unpunished”.

      • crosspatch

        Nobody believes the MSM on anything and fewer even watch/listen to it. I don’t think anyone cares at this point what they say, they are more interested in what they themselves are seeing. Their hours are being cut back, their employers are dumping health plans. In California the best plan under the exchanges gives only 1/4 of the number of choices for doctors that Blue Shield gives. People are going to be PISSED at the Democrats. Let it happen.

        • DiscontentWithLiars

          It’s only us poor bastds on the right that don’t believe the MSM anymore. There are very few real reporters you can trust to get a story right. I’ve suggested to several politicians, that it needs to be funded until July of next year, just to really show people what is going on. It doesn’t appear that anyone there is listening. It would be a real boost in the 2014 elections.

          • crosspatch

            Do you know anyone who watches the evening news anymore? Anyone? I don’t. And from the ratings, nobody watches CNN / Headline News / MSNBC. The only news they MIGHT get is the top of the hour 5 minute broadcast on the daily commute station they listen to, and that is it. Most people get their news from their Facebook friends these days.

          • nc

            If that was true, then how did BHO get re-elected?

          • DiscontentWithLiars

            I don’t have cable, so I don’t get those stations. Only NBC, CBS and ABC. My wife listens to them all the time. If you hear it enough, if they say it enough, many people believe them. Remember when we actually trusted the news? Many still do. I’m with you though crosspatch at least in theory. I’m not sure I want to experience the results myself, since I’m getting to old and will likely deal with the “Death Panels” to get medical care if this monstrosity continues. I hope you realize my problem, so I support Cruz, and appreciate Palin’s support.

          • Cyndy

            Maybe that is why I am reading so much garbage from ill-informed idiots on this site….you ALL get your info from your ‘facebook’ friends and don’t know how to pick up a magazine or newspaper!!!!! God help us!!

        • PatriotRG

          I agree – the reality of Obama care which the dems own will far surpass any damage caused by the well known liberal bias reports of the MSM. Let the Obama care pain happen and then 2014 will be an easy win. The left will try to blame the GOP for the failure of Obama care or even more stupidly insist its not a failure. Either way the American people wont buy that. It is after all Obama care and the GOP has done everything to get rid of it. Let the dems die on the sword of Obama care. Then just step on their necks in 2014. This will lead to a GOP WH victory in due course against big bird /Hillary. Then the law can be dismantled , broken apart , reduced to ruble. It can slip away in to obscurity like BHO and his dreadful legacy.

      • KSEMBB1

        How can the Repubs be seen by the MSM to be out to punish the workers, when the majority of the workers want what the Repubs are doing – trying to ditch Obamacare? I know they are seen that way by the MSM, but it’s illogical. In fact, the workers probably know if the Repubs are successful at stopping O’care, they will likely be able to keep their jobs. The Repubs need to emphasize that they are doing what the majority of Americans want, while Obama & Dems are acting against the people’s wishes, including planning to veto efforts.

        • DiscontentWithLiars

          It is illogical, but have you listened to people on the left that it’s the “Republican’s fault” for failure we’ve seen. They pass a law that’s 5 times bigger then the bible, 3 years latter you have to talk with the “government truth-Sayers” to understand the laws, and companies are dropping people left and right to <30hours/week to avoid paying. Only the "Friends" of the administration are getting waivers (including the government). This is right out of a 1950s novel "Atlas Shrugged", and follows the same logic. The people we're talking about "Believes" what they're being told by the Democrats/MSM or we won't be in this mess in the first place.

        • Worship Dancer

          well the Repubs are the majority of the ones working. keep in mind the MSM includes the view, jon stewart, al sharpton, jesse jackson, george clooney, eva longoria and other hollypooed pukes because well “they’re so important”

    • Bob Simpson

      no no no… once it starts itll never stop. kill it, kill it now.

    • Jason Call

      Majority support for repeal already exists. In fact, the law never had a majority of American people supporting it, by my reckoning. Now lawmakers need to behave accordingly. Implementing the law to reveal its shortcomings is a fool’s gambit. Not only will the Republicans be blamed as usual, but they will reap the cowards’ scorn for their inexcusable passivity. Obama says that they undermine the Constitution by fulfilling their Constitutional charge to appropriate funds for government spending. Excuse me? Let’s go to the mats now. Elections have consequences and the GOP controls the house.
      Even more importantly, the president will only implement the law piece-meal, without regard for the law itself, if given the resources to implement it at all. The only way to confront this arbitrary usurpation of power is to hold him to account for his dereliction in exercising such. Sound strategy and true principle align perfectly when we refuse to fund that which he will not faithfully execute. What is the president’s problem? Laziness, incompetence, or just plain dishonesty and bad faith? He can fess up and get with the program, and find a way to convince us that he will faithfully implement this ridiculous train-wreck to the very letter, or we will defund it.
      By the way, any self-professing conservative can accuse another of being an opposition infiltrator. At best, that’s useless. To insinuate, rather than accuse, is worse still–it’s total garbage.

    • Exton

      Because once it is started, THERE IS NO WAY TO STOP IT. Name a government program that has ever been eliminated?

      • crosspatch

        This one is going to be ended. It is costing people jobs, it is costing them hours, and it is costing them their health care plans. This law is exposing the Democrats as flat out liars who have no clue what they are talking about. This train wreck NEEDS to happen so that the next time the Democrats come up with some bright idea, people remember what happened last time. The last thing in the world the Republicans should be doing is rescuing the Democrats from a disaster of their own making. This single law will turn more people against the Democrats than anything they have done since they created segregation.

        • nc

          Do you honestly believe that when this beast collapses the Dems will “see the light” and say “gee, the Repubs were right all along!” No, they already have Plan B in place, and it’s worse than Plan A. It all hinges on getting as many people as possible dependent on yet another “government entitlement.” Once the checks start coming in it’s like heroin. Nearly impossible to cut them off. THINK OF THE CHILDREN!!!!! No, we have to kill the beast ASAP.

          • therealguyfaux

            “Cloward-Piven” strategy– but Professor Piven will tell you it was just an intellectual exercise, and that she and Cloward never really advocated it, per se.

            And I should believe her, WHY?, when my “lyin’ eyes” are telling me a lot of other people acted on it, whether she wanted them to, or not.

          • Michael Anderson (WB)

            There is no plan B, plan A is for Obamacare to fail spectacularly and usher in a single payer system.

          • Patriot077

            A single payer system where the patient is at the mercy of bureaucrats who shall decide who gets treatment and who will not. Bearing in mind that the elites will not be subjected to this abomination.

          • nc

            Well, that was what I was talking about, right?

        • GaryTheBrave

          You’re forgetting the unknown variable: the quality of the candidates that will challenge the Democrats. By all rights Obama should never have won reelection. Heck, with his lack of any record he shouldn’t have won the first time. We put up timid candidates against him and he showed he wasn’t going to take it easy on them.

          Let us also not forget that there have been too many unvetted candidates on our side that were not ready for high office.

          I believe 2014 is in the bag for the GOP. I also believe that with the wrong candidates the GOP will be in the Democrats bag.

        • Cyndy

          WHERE DID YOU GET THAT INFO FROM????? FACEBOOK FRIENDS!!

      • therealguyfaux

        “Name a government program that has ever been eliminated?”

        Prohibition. But it took fourteen years and a lot of lawlessness in the meantime. And the fact that repeal would put the distilling and brewing industries back to full swing, during the depth of a depression.

        But pretty much, except for the real True Believers, nobody thought Prohibition was going to work, from the jump. What you had was sincerely-misled people, and cynics like Joe Kennedy (looking to make more bucks dishonestly than he could do honestly), bringing about this abomination of a Government program (i.e., Prohibition enforcement– which was corrupt as hell anyway).

        • Patriot077

          Prohibition was not, however, a government program where people think they are getting something from the government. It was a law that was repealed.
          It is the government lollipops, such as food stamps and the misbegotten social security “insurance” that can’t ever be dispensed with.

          • therealguyfaux

            Well, that was kinda the point. The Government giveth and the Government taketh away. When it’s taking something away, people get a s#itload more exercised than when the Government is giving something away. Get enough people riled up about a problem the Government created by taking something away, and eventually the Government has to cave in lest they look foolish by continuing to press the issue. (I exempt slavery from this, before anyone mentions that there’s something that the Government took away that they never gave back– but abolition was also a “giving,” that in many cases WAS allowed by the Government to be effectively “taken back,” too.)

      • GaryTheBrave

        Most of the programs and agencies started by FDR to address the Great Depression were ended but only because the resources (read “money”) were needed to fight WWII.

      • Worship Dancer

        prohibition

        • Exton

          LOL, That was an Amendment or law, not a Program. But it is the only Amendment to reverse another amendment. It was passed by women when the men were fighting WW1

          • Worship Dancer

            true. personally i think we need to just chuck all the laws that are NOT IN the Constitution (and yes that does include Amendments LEGALLY ratified by the states) AND chuck all those departments EXCEPT DoD – we do need to keep the military – and start all over AFTER WE chuck all the politicians in DC – anyone who was first elected BEFORE 2010.

    • tops116

      While I certainly want Democrats and the idiot voters who enabled them to suffer for Obamacare, I don’t wanna have to pay good money because of those that either exempted themselves from the bill and/or spent a lifetime leeching off others.

    • KSEMBB1

      Totally agree.

    • Patriot077

      So what happens if implementation is allowed to proceed and the private insurance markets are thoroughly destroyed? Will they be able to pick up the pieces once the government worms have been chewing away at the infrastructure? Personally, I don’t think so and believe it must be stopped.
      There is no doubt that the health insurance system needs reform. A total transformation is NOT the answer.

    • deTocqueville1

      They are trying to rescue the country, that shouldn’t be too difficult to comprehend.

  • http://whatandever.blogspot.com/ Osumashi Kinyobe

    One will notice that any time Sarah Palin and Ted Cruz say or do anything, the trolls come out in full force. They are clearly doing something right.

    • nc

      They scare the bleep out of them.

      • http://whatandever.blogspot.com/ Osumashi Kinyobe

        And bleep they do!

  • FaithColeridge33

    I wonder if Sarah ever gets tired of being right.

    • Jason Call

      First Dude probably gets tired of it, but not so much that it shows. Flippin’ weirdos. Love ’em.

    • nc

      Would you?

      • Finrod Felagund

        Well, Cassandra did.

  • MNWoman

    Ted Cruz is awesome, but I think Mike Lee deserves just as much, if not more credit for getting the defund Obamacare movement rolling. Although, I don’t think it is a matter of scoring political points for either of them. I think they both simply want this bill to be repealed and do not care who gets the credit.

    Ted Cruz might be the more controversial of the two (I don’t mean that as a bad thing…the more he angers the left, the more I like him), therefore more effective in rallying the grassroots efforts, but I also really applaud Mike Lee for his efforts.

    I know many people lack trust in Rubio, but I do believe he will support this movement. Same with Rand Paul.

    • nc

      All four of them have been solid on this issue. No doubt.

  • descolada9

    Sadly, I have no confidence in McConnell to provide any leadership on this issue.

    • MNWoman

      If we can get Lindsey Graham to start feeling nervous enough to support the House bill, lets not give up hope.

      I don’t trust the RINOs like Graham and McConnell on most things, but this is not the average bill. This has rallied the grassroots again, similar to what happened in 2010. McConnell might get a clue and join the fight. Too bad there are too many RINOs like McCain who will condemn the efforts of the Wacko Birds out of spite.

      • MarcusFenix

        But therein lies a problem. In my own life, if i can’t find it in my heart to trust a person with average items, I certainly cannot trust them with more sensitive or important ones.

        To me, that example rings true through this as well…if Graham or McConnell can’t be trusted to do the right thing under normal circumstances, then I have zero faith in them to do it when it comes to this either.

        • MNWoman

          I just emailed you :)

          • MarcusFenix

            10-4. Just got an email from Lady Liberty, going to read it first then bounce over.

            thanks!

  • TocksNedlog

    The title “Senator Palin” keeps sounding better and better.

    • MNWoman

      Even if she doesn’t run for senate, she is incredibly effective as a campaigner for conservative causes. She may be equally, or possibly more, effective simply speaking out and rallying support for conservatives in congress.

      If she decides to run for senate, she certainly has my support though 😉

    • sanchez

      I think he could be more effective out of elective office for a while longer.

  • michael s

    If only your queen had Woman’d up and stood her ground when it came to her term as governor of Alaska. Was it gutless when she quit the governorship? As the late Frank Nelson said EYESSSSS.

    • Finrod Felagund

      Go drive your car off a cliff, troll.

      • $8245944

        That works, too.

    • $8245944

      Ha ha. Sarah will help us take the Senate back next year. Can you say Lame Duck Obama?

    • Carter_Burger67

      You liberals are still harping on that? I would have thought you would have found something else by now.

      • sanchez

        They got nothing else apparently.
        When they got nothing of substance, they attack the messenger.

        • Carter_Burger67

          They are probably still under the impression that 0bamacare doesn’t have death panels.

    • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

      If she hadn’t quit, Alaska would’ve been in financial Dire Straits from all the frivilous Lawsuits filed by Liberal groups against her, that would have been paid by TAXPAYERS! The best thing She did, by resigning, was SAVE HER STATE’S TAXPAYERS BILLIONS IN LEGAL FEES! And if She had stayed in office, even at taxpayers’ expense, she would’ve been vindicated and exonorated anyway…
      #PleaseDoNotFeedTheTrolls Jawamax 8<{D}

      • aPLWBinAK

        Good grief! Hyperbole we must? “Alaska would’ve been in financial Dire Straits……BILLIONS IN LEGAL FEES”……The cost to the state of Alaska for those lawsuits was $1.9 million (it takes 1,000 million to equal 1 billion) which was 0.02 % of the states operating budget of $8.7 billion for that year……2 tenths of 1 percent is hardly bankruptcy territory.

    • sanchez

      Obama QUIT the State Senate and he QUIT the US Senate for the SAME reasons Palin quit the Governorship, for a better job.

      Something we all have done .

      • michael s

        What better job did she give up the governorship for? Speaking at high school graduations?

        • sanchez

          I guess you ARE too stupid to know what job she quit for.

    • Mickey O’Brien

      Wow what a current and novel line of thought. That was put to bed years ago. Or did you OD on the koolaid?

    • MarcusFenix

      Senator Paul Simon called, and he wants his example back.

  • michael s

    An independent movie. Are you taking about the flop of a documentary called The Undefeated.? The movie that couldn’t turn a profit,even though it only cost 1mil. The movie even mama grizzlies stayed away from. The movie that made less than Tiny Furniture.

    • Finrod Felagund

      Go die in a fire, troll.

      • michael s

        I’m impervious to fire.

        • MarcusFenix

          When asked for comment, Lucifer smiled back and said “Suuuuuuure he is…..”

    • $8245944

      If Sarah is unimportant why are you here, doofus?

    • Cyndy

      Agree!! She couldn’t complete her term in office…left early…she is a quitter…except when it comes to calling people names and killing animals…then she is ALL IN…..

      • michael s

        EXACTAMUNDO

    • Guest

      The Sarah Palin documentary , ” The Undefeated” , is available any time on Netflix.

      The 24,000+ pages of emails from Palin’s term as governor confirm what we see in the movie; a picture of her as a humane woman and hard-working Governor; efficient, informed and very involved that mounted an unprecedented 80 plus approval rating while in office.

      Many people don’t know Sarah Palin’s record of accomplishment and reform.

      The media dismissed what she achieved as mayor of her hometown, commissioner of the state’s oil and pipeline board and governor of America’s largest state.

      After poring over thousands of emails (24,000+ pages of emails) from Palin’s term as governor, even the mainstream media has been forced to concede that Palin was a conscientious, transparent, and effective public servant.

      The Palin Emails (24,000+ pages of emails) show that Sarah Palin conducted the business of her state in a transparent, bi-partisan, and responsible manner. She worked long, hard hours and treated everyone with respect.

      There were no sex scandals, no lewd twitter photos, no misuse of taxpayer dollars, and no malicious behavior, whatsoever. Just a governor doing her job.

      http://www.mrctv.org/videos/cnn-finding-gov-palin-was-hard-working-governor

      http://bcove.me/jt9yvxp0

      Most of the documentary is about her time as Mayor of Wasilla, how she helped to bolster the infrastructure and in doing so, helped to create an environment where small businesses could develop jobs.

      It showed her as a reformer, unafraid of standing up to Big Oil, and corruption within her own party.

      The movie also did a great job pointing out her legislative accomplishments.

      How Palin Beat Alaska’s Establishment (WSJ)
      http://online.wsj.com/article/SB122057381593001741.html?mod=djemEditorialPage

      http://www.amazon.com/Sarah-takes-Big-Oil-compelling/dp/0982163207

      Sarah Palin was a capable and popular Governor, but one who was vilified and was subject to all sorts of frivolous ethics complaints which eventually led to her resignation.

      http://articles.ktuu.com/2009-07-09/ethics-complaints_24126005

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DmEE61iVhCA

  • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

    Remember back in the 90’s, when ALL the Republicans/Conservatives stood together against some of Bill Clinton’s less popular policies (e.g. HillaryCare, etc.) Under Newt Gingrich? That’s what we need- a Tea Party version of the “Contract with America” to right the ship of State that KING FINK OBAMA is sinking! Jawamax 8<{D}

  • sanchez

    I am ready to take Timothy Leary’s advice if this continues in the GOP.

  • sanchez

    “I can see Putin’s boot print on Obama’s ass from my house.”

  • Mickey O’Brien

    Establishment GOP got behind Ted Cruz, Rand Paul and Mike Lee because they expect that this will go south, these guys will shoulder the blame when it does, and everything will return to “normal” for the Republicrats. I’m PRAYING that Americans are true to the American Dream, see Obamacare for what it is and throw support behind the GOP to derail this disastrous piece of legislation. Sadly it would preserve the GOP for at least a few more years. But it would likewise preserve our country.

  • MarcusFenix

    I don’t always agree with Sarah…but in this one she does have a good point. It is vital that the Senate step up and follow suit with what the House has done. Cruz has done a good job leading the charge, but it’s up to the Senate now to drive the last nail into the coffin. The question is…do they have the spine to stand up and get rid of something over half of the country disapproves of, or….is it going to be business as usual?

  • Benthoven

    As always, I stand with Sarah Palin. It’s time to DELUGE our senators with phone calls, faxes and emails – relentlessly. Cruz and his fellow principled leaders need your support, and the surrender monkeys need your scorn:
    WHO to contact: http://www.dontfundobamacare.com/
    HOW to contact: http://www.contactingthecongress.org/

    • cvmoonshadow

      I started the other day and sent my very liberal rep Barbra Boxer messages on twitter. @SenatorBoxer The only disaster is The Un affordable Act that you don’t want for yourself. It is not ready and you know it. Ask the doctors.

      • cvmoonshadow

        Or @SenatorBoxer Quit with all the rhetoric. We are not buying it any more. If it isn’t good enough for you it isn’t good enough for me. Sad

  • John Richter

    WE NEED PRINCIPALED LEADERS!!! WE CAN’T SIT BY AND WATCH TRIG HAVE TO PLEAD FOR HIS LIFE IN FRONT OF THE DEATH SQUADS!!!!!!

  • John Richter

    THE GOVERNMENT WILL NOT PAY FOR ALL THE TREATMENTS WE WANT!!! IT MUST BE OVERTURNED!!!

  • http://drudge.com snyper77

    Missed a spot!

    • Jim Denney

      Dat B racissz … and I love it. I’m tired of being called a “honky”, a “cracka”, and a racist by the real racists in the grievance industry.

      You want it to come true boyz? Be careful what you wish for….

      • http://drudge.com snyper77

        Gotz Dat right, BOOOEYYYY!

  • $3838536

    Supersonic Sarah Palin really rocks. She is bold, brilliant, & beautiful.

  • http://greyenlightenment.com/ (new site) Economics Institute

    mike lee wants home owners to pay for welfare precipitants families; another GOP hypocrite that wants to soak the middle class

  • harleyjack

    todd palin gets 100% health care as does his children from the 1976 affordable health care act of the American native indian act and they even have a state of the art hospitial in anchorage that is for the native ameicans If Obama care giving health care to the usa is wrong why is the health care he gets. Alaska is the 4th least populated state yet #2 in oil producing. produces some 195 million barrels of oil a year, at $100 dollars a barrel you do the math yet Alaska is the most of the states in pork barrel spending

    • mainelysteve

      Getting $100 a barrel isn’t pork barrel spending you idiot.

  • Julia1972

    Sadly, all Palin accomplishes….is reminding Independents like me why we left the Republican Party. We have a massive unavoidable economically devastating healthcare problem in this country. Here’s my challenge for the Republican Party…where’s your alternate solution?

  • Guest

    Sarah Palin has been attacked , scrutinized and vilified like no one else; she’s probably the “cleanest” politician out there.

    The media went through pages and pages of Palin Emails (24,000+ pages of emails from Palin’s term as governor), looking for damning information that could wipe Sarah Palin from America’s political scene.

    What they found was the inner workings of an efficient, informed and very involved governor that mounted an unprecedented 80 plus approval rating while in office…..not exactly what the death squads of WaPo, the NYT, and other mainstream outlets had in mind.

    The Palin Emails (24,000+ pages of emails) show that Sarah Palin conducted the business of her state in a transparent, bi-partisan, and responsible manner. She worked long, hard hours and treated everyone with respect.

    There were no sex scandals, no lewd twitter photos, no misuse of taxpayer dollars, and no malicious behavior, whatsoever. Just a governor doing her job.

    This scenario is in sharp contrast to the manner in which the media handled Barack Obama, whom it woefully failed to properly investigate in 2007-08.

  • disqus_OSFYmQd4fg

    I hope Sarah regrets her efforts to re – elect McCain as he is one of the biggest proponets for Obamacare. Thank yous however for standing steadfast for our Conservative members who are doing their best to stop this trainwreck. God bless.

  • cant_believe_it

    I wish she’d “woman up” and run for something!
    It is always so much fun, when she runs for some office…

  • patricia martinez

    Palin is one gutsy woman I’d Vote for her anytime against Hillary.

  • patricia martinez

    Palin YES Hillary NO!!!

  • harleyjack

    Alaska is the recipient of pork belly more than any other state. period, yet they are the 4th least populated state in the union??? HMMM Yet they are the 2nd largest oil producing state with 197 million barrels a year .Oil is at $100 dollars a barrel. Soooo $100 dollars x 197 million barrels is what funds come into Alaska each year. Yet they wanted the feds to pay for the bridge to nowhere, on and on.
    The palin family by their own admission went to Canada for health care prior to meeting todd palin.
    Todd palin with the American indian act of 1976 (as part eskimo) gets 100% health care courtesy of the federal tax payer. His children, their children on and on for generations will get free health care.
    The palins wanted to sucede from the lower 48 years ago.
    The palins might be yelling and screaming about Obama care but on the sidelines they enjoy their freebies from the federal government

  • harleyjack

    the palins and republicans should be sent to gitmo until we can acertain their true motives to this great country.
    since Alaska came to state hood in jan 3rd 1959 todd palin would be what generation of american, cruise would be what and Rubio would what that is maybe 2nd generation and they propose to know what is best for many who have been here for 8 9 or 10 generations. put em on the chain gang until we sort this out, we need to debate their motives

  • harleyjack

    missed the point, $100 dollars a barrel of oil. Alaska pumps 197 million barrels out of the ground every year. If you do the math and $100 x 197million. it seems hilarious to me that Alaska would ask for pork from federal government and that the federal government would entertain the thought.
    still waiting to hear why the palins get free health care yet despise any one else who would

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