01 Nov 2013 5 Comments
Meet My Newest Grandchild..
Our Precious GrandDaughter
And my heart rejoices -
Morning’s glow seems brighter
While evening’s shade has a softer hue.
Even life’s burdens appear to be lighter
All because, my sweet grandchild, of you…
💕 Audiyah Avigail
27 Oct 2013 5 Comments
In 2011 I started to get random messages from two fake Facebook profiles. Kia M Bridgman and Becca Danielle. The more recent messages are sent and immediately they block me so it comes up Facebook User.
As you know I thought it was important for people to know the truth about Sarah Palin from the very beginning. I did what I can do to point out Palin’s lack of knowledge in basic civics and all levels of political policy.
I was stunned that her incompetence got her the governorship of Alaska. And only within 2 years Sarah hit the big time in 2008! And I continue to be stunned as we move in to 2014!
Evidently, I’m a threat to Sarah! Several people with completely different writing styes are part of a campaign on Facebook to share all sorts of personal opinions on how they feel about Sarah and her beautiful family. They’re sending me screen shots of texts, Facebook posts and pictures. They of course express how evil and hateful I am. I have my suspicions to who might be a more recent author of one of the profiles.
For Entertainment Purposes Only
18 Oct 2013 10 Comments
Megyn Kelly had half-term Governor of Alaska Sarah Palin on her new show Thursday night and she rambled on using the most lengthy sentences, none of which made sense.
The Fox host looked exasperated as she couldn’t get a word in. She was a hostage to a verbal maze of incoherent rambling.
Kelly asked Palin of her thoughts about President Obama suggesting that the government shutdown has hurt America’s credibility in the world.
In her response she managed to string in Benghazi (duh), Syria, the pipeline and so much more but admittedly I’m having difficulty with the entire translation.
All from that one question, which remained unanswered in the end.
She said in part, “…And then locking up pipelines and resources that will result in us being more reliant on foreign imports for energy, and then of course he, having left behind, his administration having left behind our brave men in Benghazi to be murdered, and then of course there’s Syria, where he promised to bomb Syria because in that civil war, Syria was going to bomb Syria, and then we never heard another word again about his threat to bomb in a foreign civil war, and then of course…”
Girlfriend makes the longest sentences in the world. 86 words and I cut off the sentence because it was originally over 100 words and I kept losing track. Don’t judge me. I don’t speak GOP.
So Kelly tried to get a word in (it is her show), “Listen, let me jump in!” Palin wouldn’t shut up.
Again, Kelly said, “Let me jump in!” Palin, as if contaminated with a raging oral infectious diarrhea, couldn’t stop talking. Kelly said, “But I want to ask you a question governor!”
She kept going without catching her breath,”People who see the way that I and Ted Cruz and Mike Lee and a whole lot of other Americans can see that we are taxed enough already—of course, that’s the acronym for the Tea Party movement—we’re taxed enough already and we believe that the Constitution, that’s the blueprint that leads us towards a more perfect union and will fight very strong for that.”
And she wouldn’t stop. It went on and on and on like this:
“I’ve been saying for years that robust, competitive primaries make for a better political system—it makes people work harder and express more articulately what their record is and what their intentions for our country is, so as for the individual races, I’m going to see who the opposition to the sitting, kind of status quo politicians are and we’ll go from there, but Megyn, here’s the deal: the . . . what we’re talkin’ about right now . . . the enemy of America’s economic freedom is this fundamental transformation of America, the enemy of the enemy is my friend—is any common-sense conservative’s friend, so we do have to consider politicians’ record, what it is they intend to do to stop this fundamental transformation and this stripping away of our economic freedom, and those who can’t stand strong to defend our republic, to defend our Constitution, heck yeah, they’ve got to be primaried, otherwise we’re goin’ down.”
And there was more. Seriously.
Sarah Palin First Appearance on The Kelly File with Megyn Kelly | October 17, 2013 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kdoFgAccqB0&sns=tw via @youtube
15 Oct 2013 4 Comments
Seeing photos of Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) and Sarah Palin together at yesterday’s Million Vets March. It appears both of them crave media attention. Both of them blame the media for their travails. And they wallow in a feeling of unfounded aggrievement. No wonder Palin endorsed Cruz during his 2012 Senate primary race. Thankfully, Palin has not been in a position to exercise her ignorance and hypocracy on a grand scale.
When I mentioned to a congressional source yesterday that the first-term senator with degrees from Princeton and Harvard Law is this political season’s version of the 2008 vice presidential nominee who frightened the nation with her woeful lack of preparation for being a heartbeat away from the presidency, my source agreed, saying that Cruz is Sarah Palin, “only smarter.”
May his political star equal the dull shimmer of hers sooner rather than later.
24 Sep 2013 8 Comments
Former John McCain senior adviser Steve Schmidt says he has “deep regret” for helping to create a “freak show” wing of the Republican Party when he had a hand in bringing former McCain running mate Sarah Palin to the national stage.
Schmidt said Monday on MSNBC’s “Hardball” it’s time for the GOP to stand up to the “assininity” embodied by Palin and others.
“For the last couple of years, we’ve had this wing of the party running roughshod over the rest of the party. Tossing out terms like RINO saying we’re going to purge, you know, the moderates out of the party,” Schmidt said. “We’ve lost five U.S. Senate seats over the last two election cycles. And fundamentally we need Republicans, whether they’re running for president, whether they’re in the leadership of the Congress, to stand up against a lot of this asininity.”
Schmidt was responding to Palin’s op-ed over the weekend praising Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) for his efforts to defund Obamacare even if it means a government shutdown and urging the Republican Party to go on “Cruz control.”
“Hardball” host Chris Matthews asked Schmidt what he thought of the “Frankenstein monster” he created in Palin and Cruz.
“You finally you saw it with Ted Cruz. Maybe he was the one that who’s got a bridge too far,” Schmidt said. “Maybe we’ll start seeing our elected leaders stop being intimidated by this nonsense, have the nerve, have the guts to stand up and … to fight to take conservatism’s good name back from the freak show that’s been running wild for four years and that I have deep regret in my part, certainly, in initiating.”
15 Sep 2013 10 Comments
Sarah Palin’s PAC sued over iconic 9/11 photo
NEW YORK A New Jersey-based newspaper publisher is suing Sarah Palin and her political action committee for copyright infringement over the use of an iconic Sept. 11 photograph.
A lawsuit filed Friday in Manhattan federal court by North Jersey Media Group Inc. says Palin’s SarahPAC posted a copy of the photo on its website and Facebook page without permission.
The photo depicts three New York City firefighters hoisting an American flag among the rubble at the World Trade Center after the attacks.
Arlington, Virginia-based SarahPAC did not respond to a message for comment.
The lawsuit asks the court to stop
11 Sep 2013 2 Comments
By JAMES HOHMANN | 9/11/13 12:29 AM EDT
The GOP civil war may be coming to Alaska — and with it possibly the clearest test of whether the party can unite to win the Senate in 2014 or repeat the kind of bloodletting that proved so costly the past two elections.
A three- or even four-way primary is taking shape in the must-win state for Republicans, with candidates representing every corner of the GOP ideological map aiming to unseat first-term Democratic Sen. Mark Begich.
Joe Miller, whose tea party-fueled Senate bid in 2010 imploded amid an endless string of gaffes and an overzealous private security team that handcuffed a reporter, is trying again. Threatening to split the establishment wing of the party are Lt. Gov. Mead Treadwell, who has already entered the race, and Natural Resources Commissioner Dan Sullivan, who is mulling over his plans but is believed to be leaning toward running.
And lingering in the background is Sarah Palin, the perennial wild card, who’s unlikely to jump in but isn’t ruling it out.
It all comes against the backdrop of a state Republican Party in turmoil after cycling through three chairmen in a year. A takeover by Ron Paul supporters was reversed by stalwarts of the old guard, leaving some activists bitter but heartening national party operatives focused on the mechanics of a victory operation.
Sen. Mark Begich, who prevailed in 2008 by about 4,000 votes over Republican incumbent Ted Stevens just weeks after his later-overturned felony convictions, should be toast — in theory. But he has relentlessly courted moderate voters and looks as well positioned as a Democrat can be in a red state that Mitt Romney carried by 15 percentage points.
The competition for Begich’s seat — which Republicans need to win under almost any scenario to capture the Senate — is a microcosm of the party’s broader struggles. This is the third election in a row in which establishment favorites in key races face serious challenges from insurgents.