Sarah Palin is in full “don’t retreat, reload” mode.

Cory Booker defeated Steve Lonegan in New Jersey’s U.S. Senate election on Wednesday, but Palin isn’t discouraged. We’d call her latest Facebook post a declaration of open season on GOP Beltway barnacles from Kentucky, South Carolina, Tennessee and Mississippi, but y’know, new tone or something.

“We’re going to shake things up in 2014,” she promised. Does that include supporting Tea Party challengers for Sens. Mitch McConnell, Lindsey Graham and their buddies?

Palin’s full Facebook post with her implied plan to “shake things up” for GOP Senate clingers in bold:

Todd and I were proud to stand with Mark Levin and other bold, patriotic warriors in support of Steve Lonegan in the New Jersey Senate race! Mayor Lonegan fought the good fight, and he and his supporters have not “finished the race,” they’ve just begun! The press has now called the race for Barack Obama’s celebrity stand-in, Cory Booker, but rest assured that Steve fought gallantly for every vote that would have led to American solvency and exceptionalism. Steve is a lucky guy to have a strong New Jersey wife and two great daughters who supported him through this campaign. We so enjoyed getting to know them, as their passion and love for this country inspired us. Looking at Steve’s life story should remind all of us to never be afraid to climb a mountain, no matter how high. Steve energized commonsense conservatives all across the country. And though it’s sad, it’s not surprising to see the far left lapdog media finally cover this race tonight (once their chosen one was deemed the victor, but not previously when voters deserved to hear of Lonegan’s successful small-government record and intentions to defend our republic).

Tonight’s press coverage of the status quo antics in Washington, D.C. energize us further. Tonight’s New Jersey race was a win for Barack Obama, and the Senate deal in D.C. was a loss for the American people replete with more back-room deals, billion dollar corrupt earmark kickbacks, and weak leadership unwilling to stand up for the people who sent them to Washington. What happened in D.C. tonight reminds us of how hard we must fight in 2014 to return to a government of the people, by the people, for the people. These politicians work for us, and yet a new poll accurately reflects that just 13% of us feel as though this country that we love is on the right track. The way forward is to elect leaders who will listen to us; and if they don’t, we must hold them accountable on election day – no matter what party. Let’s commit to continue to be in the trenches fighting for those who stand on principle over politics, despite the odds.

Friends, do not be discouraged by the shenanigans of D.C.’s permanent political class today. Be energized. We’re going to shake things up in 2014. Rest well tonight, for soon we must focus on important House and Senate races. Let’s start with Kentucky – which happens to be awfully close to South Carolina, Tennessee, and Mississippi – from sea to shining sea we will not give up. We’ve only just begun to fight.

– Sarah Palin

A version of Palin’s post published at Breitbart News is titled, “Palin: On to Kentucky.”

  • DiabloDawg

    I vote for the stenographer. She’s got moxey.

  • fishydude

    The failure in Congress is not the fault of the parties. The fault belongs with voters who have allowed a permanent ruling class to exist by sending back 95+% of incumbents.

    • Herbert Rex Shanahan III

      I slightly disagree. When you have a handful of senators and representatives that stay true to their constituents while the rest turn RINO it is not the fault of the voter. It is our job however to talk to everyone about the need to return to constitutionalism. Or to run ourselves, starting with local and state office. We know our numbers are great.

      • Michael Anderson (WB)

        If the voters re-elect the DIABLOs (thanks @vthek:disqus) then it is the voters fault. Rubio might not be the voters fault, if he’s re-elected then shame on them.

    • conservativechick

      We need real term limits. Voting doesn’t work because the voters wont bite the hand that feeds them. These Reps are bribing the voters with freebies! Too much power and money causes corruption. TERM LIMITS NOW!

    • John Kerry’s Forehead

      Vote out the familiar-named incumbents during the primaries. Low-info, name-recognition voters do not come out in droves during primaries, especially in off-year elections like 2014. Get those familiar names off the general ballots is the only way to ensure these DC Squatters (as I call them) don’t get to return to an elected public service position only to pander to the big lobbies while getting rich off the backs of those who elected them to office.

      This goes for both parties. Both need to clean house to fix what’s wrong with government today.

      Good example of how my theory works is Joe Lieberman. In 2006 he was voted out in the Democratic primary but got on ballot as independent for general election and won the seat. Low-info, name-recognition voters came out in general election and voted him back in.

  • Joseph Kurt

    Lindsey Graham had better look out. Sarah Palin is two things he won’t go near: A real woman, and a conservative.

    • dwok

      LoL! Right on!

    • V the K

      Sarah Palin is going Laura Roslyn on the DIABLO’s (Democrats In All But Label Only)

      • Worship Dancer

        i like your name for them. mind if i use it?

      • Joseph Kurt

        My radio show will be using this. Credit will be given. Hats will be tipped…

  • CatHerder ✓fire! ✓fire!

    Time to show 99% of these chicken thieves the road.

  • Apostic

    Be vewy, vewy quiet. We’re hunting WINOs Hehehehehehe….

    • Pendog

      Not to worry, they’ll be easy to sneak up on while they loudly and publicly celebrate their Vichy-victory in the suddenly oh-so-compliant MSM, who are eager to get the traitorous back-stabbers on camera bemoaning the “bat-shit crazy” conservatives in the Party.

    • WhoMeToo

      HeHeHeHeHeHe…. ▄︻̷̿┻̿═━一

      • conservativechick


        • WhoMeToo

          OMG ==> Elmer Fudd reference… I can’t be THAT old. O.o

  • $3838536

    All RINOs should be primaried & defeated, including traitor John McCain.

    • Michael Morris

      I think all candidates for every election should have strong primaries, just to keep everyone honest.

      But yeah, McCain, Graham, McConnell, etc. need to go.

  • Sheik Yerbouti (I)

    You might want to look a little further west, too, Sarah. Like, ummm, Arizona. Things have needed shaking up there for a long, long time.

    • Kate

      I’m sure it’s coming in 2016.

      • Worship Dancer

        needs to be in 2014. she’s gonna be one BUSY BUSY LADY in 2014

        • Kate

          Good point. Perhaps if there is enough pressure, McCain will announce his long-overdue retirement. (A girl can dream…)

          • Worship Dancer

            we can ALL dream THAT dream.

      • Sheik Yerbouti (I)

        That would be going Full Rogue. Her relationship with McCain is, at least in public, like that of a divorced couple keeping things civil for the sake of the kids (us). At some point though, after hubby has dissed all your friends to the kids, and sniped at you (but not by name) from the sidelines – using your friends and associates as proxies – it’s time to hit back.
        Getting away from that analogy, the more she tweaks RINOs like McConnell and King, the more obvious it is that she is letting McCain slide. Pretty soon, her failure in this regard will start eating at her credibility.

        • Sam Lane

          McCain (Elmer Fudd) will understand the game is up, after 2014 when his establishment conspirators are no longer around.

  • HARP2

    If democrats get any more childish, they will have to change Pennsylvania Ave. to Sesame Street.

  • michael s

    At least Eva Longoria’s endorsement MATTERED. Senator Cory Booker. Remember that Sarah. Fight like a girl,NOT.

    • Guest

      if Longoria’s endorsement mattered the people of New Jersey cannot be helped and they all commit themselves.

      • michael s

        Yes they all should commit themselves. Commit themselves to a VICTORY. SEN CORY BOOKER. BOOM.

        • Guest

          boom? wow, you are an intellectual giant like most on their knees servicing obama

    • AMERICAN Kafir™✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈwhitey

      “Before Lautenberg died, Booker passed up a chance to run against Christie this year, saying he was eyeing Lautenberg’s seat in 2014, in part so he could complete a full term as mayor – something he won’t do now.”

      Yep. Typical lying liar. I guess Newark really didn’t mean all that much to Booker.

    • LinTaylor ✓vitrified

      A Democrat won a seat vacated by another Democrat in a heavily blue state with the help of massive amounts of Democrat funding and shilling.

      Congratulations, Cory Booker just achieved the political equivalent of breaking a Graham cracker along the perforated line. You must be so proud. Maybe next year he can walk and chew gum at the same time.

  • V the K

    Now that this shutdown thing is behind us, I look forward to hearing from the Establishment GOP their plan for restoring fiscal sanity and repealing Obamacare.

    I believe it will have something to do with running solid establishment Republican candidates “who can win:” Like John McCain, Mitt Romney, Scott Brown, Denny Rehberg, Nick Berg, Tommy Thompson, George Allen, and Connie Mack.

    • Herbert Rex Shanahan III

      You forgot Jeb.

  • Guest

    John Cornyn should be included in the list of those needing to be primaried. He voted the right wayt last night only because he was allowed to by the establishment GOP, because they had enough votes. Cornyn is not a conservative.

    • dwok

      No he’s not and Cornyn is said to be somewhat of a “kingmaker” within the GOP establishment.

      What needs to happen is the politicians that identify with the conservative base need to form a conservative coalition. They need segregate themselves from the establishment and stand together to show potential conservative candidates that they will be supported. If Cornyn and others control the purse strings, then the newly formed coalition needs to be financially independent of the corrupt establishment.

      “Come out and be ye separate”

  • Michael Anderson (WB)

    We need to replace Thune as well.

    • Worship Dancer

      and burr from NC

    • GreenEyedGal

      And Rigell and Forbes from VA

  • stuckinIL4now

    It’s time. While listening to a soundbyte of McShame on the Senate floor yesterday a line from Star Wars came to mind. After Obi Wan leaves the control room on the Death Star, Luke locks the door and removes his stormtrooper helmet then Han Solo asks, “Where’d you dig up that old fossil?!” Yep, McCain, Graham, McConnell, Alexander, Cochran, Cornyn–buncha old fossils whose time has come. And add to that the Dembecile fossils like Harry Reidickulous, Feinstein, Boxer, Mikulski, lyin’sack’o’Durbin. Please, add to the list as necessary.

    • ceili_dancer

      Only difference, Obi-Wan had honor.

  • notenoughtime

    Amen, Sarah. The voters have reaped the disasters that occupy DC and the voters will right the wrong!

  • JonInVa

    While I agree that all RINOs must go, it has always bothered me when one party or another throws out a statistic such as “only 13% of the American people believe the country is on the right track”. The ambiguity doesn’t mean that the other 87% are against all of the unbridled debt and spending and control that this monstrosity of a government now routinely exhibits. For all we know 50% of that group want MORE of this nightmare, and not less. If 87% truly felt the same way as conservatives, the Demoncrats would never win another election. And yet, there is that toad Booker going to the Senate. So stats like that are simply a waste of time, judging from the reality we see around us.

    • Cindie

      Actually, it does. The “direction of the country” has nothing to do with congress as a body or even one or two voices in it. Congress, as a group, is seen as an institution where both sides share the spotlight so there’s no unified “direction” . When people think of the country’s direction, they think of the LEADER of the country. Like it or not, the president is the one who gets credit for legislation the people like, even if he had to be dragged, kicking and screaming to sign it. But, it’s a double edged sword because he also shoulders the blame when people are unhappy. Having lived through the Carter era, I can tell you the mood of the country is much, much worse.

      The country has made a marked turn to the left. The most visible indicator of this is 0bamacare. The majority of the people still don’t want it and those numbers will increase. Even people on the left are experiencing sticker shock. Policies that fit people’s needs are being cancelled because they aren’t in compliance with 0bamacare. Premiums are being raised to unaffordable amounts. 0bamacare exchanges aren’t offering any relief because even the bronze package has higher premiums, deductables and copays. They haven’t forgotten “if you like your insurance you can keep it”. It’s not rocket science to figure out this was a bold faced lie because he was well aware of the changes to the system. The middle class, the majority of the country, knows they’re getting a raw deal.

      From it’s founding America has always been self-correcting. When it swings too far in one direction and one party wields too much power, they’ll vote for people who will send it back in the other direction towards the middle. The party in power always think they’ll stay in power forever and be able to fully institute their agenda. But it never happens. Polls have no bearing on the country’s mood. They’re popularity contests that have little connection in the real world.

      During the Carter administration there was also contention and in-fighting within the and it was just as bad. The establishment elite hated Reagan. Ironically, they all try to pretend they were part of his revolution. It’s the same contempt and hatred Ted Cruz, Mike Lee or Rand Paul are getting. Regardless of party, elites don’t like it when an outsider messes with thier power. 0bama tried positioning himself as one but as time goes on, it becomes more apparent he’s just more of the same, a man with an agenda that’s more important than the will of the people. Americans don’t like it when politicians decide they no longer work for the people. The discontent isn’t just the “far right”, it’s the moderates too. You can’t get this kind of far reaching “malaise” with just one wing of one party.

      Regardless of what polls say, the best thing these three did was show that their message can rise above the democratic media bubble and the criticism from the elites of their own party. They did it without getting rattled, without being defensive or taken off their message. And they did it with a positive attitude and an obvious love of country. There were even a few times when they put 0bama on the defensive, without the word “racist” being uttered by the mainstream media. Whoever our next nominee is, he or she will have to rise to this standard.

  • Dan Defoe

    Dump the GOP entirely. Refuse to vote republican. Let the few remaining humans in the republican party LEAVE and run as independents or form a new conservative party. Time to completely crush the GOP leadership. All of them. At all levels. And their damn consultants and media hacks. I’m DONE.

  • Clarence Whorley

    Its ok to be a moderate Republican….in Massachusetts, NY or California….We don’t need them in states Romney won by double digits. You don’t see California, NY, Illinois and Massachusetts electing Blue Dog Democrats in those liberal states. You elected moderates in states that require moderates, not Kentucky and South Carolina

    • C. Edmund Wright

      True, we must grade RINO’s on a geogrpahic curve. Our problem is not, for example, Scott Brown in MASS, it’s Lindsey in SC, Chambliss in Ga, Cornyn in TX and McConnell in KY…..etc….

      • Worship Dancer

        Burr in NC. he has disappointed me more than a few times with his voting record. he’s voting like that libturdocrat hagan

        • C. Edmund Wright

          No doubt….Burr in NC is a problem too, though NC has been “yankee-fied” with all the libs moving down and voting for the same liberal mess they were esacping by moving to NC. It’s totally different than SC now.

          • Worship Dancer

            yea most are moving to charlotte which is a cesspool of liturdocrats. we’re working on that though. plan to help elect Dr Greg Brannon to replace libturdocrat hagan.

          • C. Edmund Wright

            Charlotte better than the peoples republic of Chapel Hill and the gummint seat of Raleigh however….Charlotte a town of NASCAR and bass fishing remember….

          • Worship Dancer

            only sort of – outskirts – actually concord, harrisburg, kannapolis, mooresville

          • C. Edmund Wright

            well yes, that’s true…I was speaking of the whole area. Not as lib tarded up as Wake county……which is like a foreign country compared to the Wake County I grew up in….

  • disqus_9i6pUJ4xMT

    What the tea party did to make it shutdown, they should beware look for Democrats in 2014 and 2016

    • Walter Sobchak


      • QueenB ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ


      • disqus_9i6pUJ4xMT

        sorry ass hole, stop screaming at me. Make you look like an idiot.

    • Worship Dancer

      what??????? you make NO sense at all.

  • keyboard jockey

    These are the republican’s up for reelection in November 2014. The ones with an astrick are retiring Milton Wolf (TEA party) candidate Kansas, cousin of Barack Obama is primarying the Republican incumbent Pat Roberts. Nancy Mace is primarying Lindsey Graham. John Cornyn is only a conservative when election time rolls around he needs to be primaried also.


    Lamar Alexander (Tennessee)
    Saxby Chambliss (Georgia) *
    Thad Cochran (Mississippi)
    Susan Collins (Maine)
    John Cornyn (Texas)
    Micheal Enzi (Wyoming)
    Lindsey Graham (South Carolina)
    James Inhofe (Oklahoma)
    Mike Johanns (Nebraska) *
    Mitch McConnell (Kentucky)
    James Risch (Idaho)
    Pat Roberts (Kansas)
    Jeff Sessions (Alabama)

  • keyboard jockey

    Nancy Mace #StandwithNancy

    Milton Wolf #KansasLooksToBeInPlay

    • Worship Dancer

      trust me if i were a SC voter Nancy Mace would DEFINITELY have MY vote. i am going with Greg Brannon in NC to oust libturdocrat hagan.

      • C. Edmund Wright

        Republican Liberty Caucus,,,group that supported Cruz and Lee in early stages, through their 100% endorsement yesterday to Lee Bright over LG……something to consider….

        • keyboard jockey

          It’s time to vote in conservatives.

        • Worship Dancer

          like i said i am not an SC voter. but i know who Rand Paul endorsed in NC yesterday.

          • C. Edmund Wright

            Yep, go Brannon.

          • Worship Dancer

            yep. 😀

  • keyboard jockey
  • Joe Durnavich

    Shouldn’t you be over at the page trying to sign up for Obamacare before its Enforcement Division slaps you with a fine?

  • lesterwink23

    If she isn’t, she should.

  • QueenB ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    You’ve been beat up by girls a lot, huh?

    • Worship Dancer

      can it tell the difference between a boy and a girl in it’s koolaid induced fog?

  • C. Edmund Wright

    When Palin supports Lee Bright, who got the endorsement yesterday from NATIONAL Republican LIBERTY Caucus..the groups that launched Cruz and Lee to victory….it’s all over for Lindsey Graham in SC.

  • Karl H

    two words: rent free.

  • An American Veteran

    I will not be voting for any Republican or Democrat ever again. Its time for a New Conservative Party and until then I am voting Libertarian.

  • Karl H

    Unfortunately not the end of the story.

    Keep in mind who you voted for starting FY2015, Math really does matter, knowing your way around an accounting ledger probably would have changed your vote but it is too late now.

    Economies do implode and Americas is no exception. The problem with fiat currency is it only works so long as the worshipers truly believe and the worshipers of Americas currency are falling away from the church of the federal reserve. The Chinese already downgraded the US make believe money today.

    The guy you voted for has been in the drivers seat for 5 years and has done nothing.. Not even improved his Golf handicap. If he had just went to the oval office and played video games for the last 5 years the economy would have rebounded on it’s own much better than with his so called help, so what does that say about his accomplishments?

    Fortunately I have a self sustaining farm far from the cities so I can sit back enjoy grass fed roast of lamb and watch the starving proglodytes play celebrity death match for the last loaf of moldy bread on the shelf.

    • ceili_dancer

      I wish I could give you more upvotes. You nailed it right on the head. He is purposely trying to break the economy. If we didn’t have the debt limit increase, I wouldn’t be surprised if he did put debt payments on the back of the bus.

  • Bill Sampson

    Calling the GOP lifers Lindsey Graham, Thad Cochran, Lamar Alexander, and Mitch McConnell “Beltway Barnacles” is just disgustingly offensive to barnacles everywhere, Please try to be more sensitive!!

  • CobraJet428

    Mitch McConnell is Going Down.
    He’ll be fine. Traitors are well paid these days. #SetForLife

  • JoeMyGodNYC

    I support this! Palin was a BIG help for Cory Booker.

    • TEXs

      Lib, you are full of crap.

      Not too long ago Cory Booger was 35 points up.
      Governor PALIN’s endorsement of Steve Lonegan cut that to 10.

      It’s called “PALIN POWER”!!!

      • JoeMyGodNYC

        Uh, no. Palin endorsed Lonegan on October 3rd, when Booker was leading by 10 points. He finished at +12.6 points. Nice lie, though.

    • blueniner

      That is a lame inaccurate comment, where did you get ,that in a Crackerjack box?

      • JoeMyGodNYC

        Palin endorsed Lonegan on October 3rd, when Booker was leading by 10 points A week later she held a rally in New Jersey for him. He finished at +12.6 points. LOL.

        • blueniner

          Wrongo, Corey Booger won by 10.3, Lonegan was down around 35% Lonegan had a better percentage than Romney against Obama, and the Moderate Republian against Menedez. Lonegan didnt recieve one penny from the RNC, GOP, he had no machine helping him, NJ is a deep blue state, Corey Booger got big money from Bloomberg, Orpra, Striesand and many big money Hollywood types. Corey Booger is a corrupt Politician with no results, this seat is up again in a year as Rottenberg died in office. Bottom line, without the last minute help of Levin and Palin the number would have been worse. Of course there is always the Demoncrap voter fraud, many precincts turned down some GOP elders from voting and several other reports.

          • JoeMyGodNYC

            Good grief. Just making it up, huh? The polling average up to Palin’s endorsement was Booker +10.6. Palin never said Lonegan’s name until she endorsed him on October 3rd. Here’s the Rasmussen poll for that week:

          • iizthatiiz

            poor Joe is delusional. Obama beat Romeny by 18% in 2012. Mendendez the pimp won his last election by 19%. Steve Lonegan narrowed the gap to 10%, irrevokable proof that the message Lonegan & Palin spread throughout New Jersey resonated. Booker may have survived this contest, but we’re WINNING !!

            NJ primary coming up in June. Can’t wait to do it again!

  • desicon

    The old RINO farts must be defeated. For republicans enemy #1 is the RINOs

  • Colin the Patriot

    Wish she would add Cornyn to that list. It would be a dream come true if Louie Gohmert replaced John Cornyn.

  • imme

    All this infighting within the Democratic party is unfortunately just going to ensure a Democratic Congress in 2014 and a Dem in the WH in 2016. Harry Reid and the Senate were so ripe for the taking in 2010, but conservatives ran candidates that could not win. First thing is for the Republicans to unite to get Congress and the WH back and then sort things out within the party. Furthermore, Obama is so good at destroying his own Presidency so Republicans should have just sat back and done that.

  • Exodus2011


    Get out of the way of the Palin/Cruz JUGGERNAUT you Corruptocrat DC WEASELS lest U B STEAMROLLED into Ruling Class ROAD PIZZA!

  • MarkRNY

    Well, as far as I or anyone else including herself can understand her, this might not sit well with Calamity Ann Coulter (the gal who INSISTS that Mitt (fricken) Romney was more conservative and a better candidate than Reagan).

    She wants us to “beware of Liberal Republicans” but doesn’t want them primaried…something like that…she’s “nuanced”! (or nuts). Example–

    .“I love Liz Cheney,” Coulter said, “But why should we be having a rancorous primary against a good Republican senator other than for Liz Cheney’s ego?”

    When Hannity challenged her comment by saying that Cheney was simply “more conservative,” Coulter disagreed.

    “We are not concentrating on winning. We are allowing shysters to take advantage of the Republican Party,” she insisted”

    Cheney or no Cheney, the Coulter maxim seems to be “Leave a safe seat alone and go blue in blue states…and Mitt Romney was a man for the ages!…he just was!”. That “shyster” comment was aimed at Sarah ultimately.

    Doesn’t really matter, but as Sarah waxes in 14 and the Coulters wane, expect this kind of shrill hysteria aimed at her across the board. I wish she had said this to MM!

    Can we primary “pundits” btw?? I say Malkin for O’Reilly and Jed Bila for Hannity, 2014! The IQ (and “aesthetics”) level would go through the roof.

    • blueniner

      Yeah and Annie (Helter Skelter) also said we dont need any “Inspirational leaders” running in 2016……code for Sarah Palin. About two months ago Annie told Hannuty in regards to 2016, she said no Senators and “NO WOMEN” again code for Sarah Palin.Annie and her playmate Laura Ingrate are both jealous of Sarah Palin.

      • David Raineri-Maldonado

        While I’m with you on Coulter, any proof of Ingraham being an “[i]ngrate”?

      • Mr.L

        Adams Apple Annie jumped the shark when she became a Christie fan girl.

        • blueniner

          Great podcasts Mr. L. Did you notice all the trolls freaking out over Sarahs interview with Kelly last night, I didnt see anything unusual in that interview as opposed to other interviews, it was very short…Any thoughts?

  • dodgergirl88

    Sarah is so great and down to earth. If we had 100 million like her, we’d never lose an election.