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ANDYbee

Posted: Oct 1, 2008

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I recently took a trip away from reality and ventured into a curious group in the әʌıssәᴚƃoᴚԀ Zone, a citadel for Kool-Aid gulpers who regard Jon Stewart, Saturday Night Live, kook-left ’BLOGospheres and MSNBC as journalism. One interesting thread focuses on the GOP nominee for Vice President of the United States, Gov. Sarah Heath Palin. Several concerns were itemized in a punch-list form sans any creditable backing. A striking note was in the archetypal liberal-elitist opening statement, “This country is composed mostly of ignorant, incredibly STUPID people as far as I can see …” referring to the twice-elected George Walker Bush.

In all fairness, many “superior-thinking” liberals — and there is nothing progressive about liberalism — are hard-wired to consider all people in terms of groups: they organize workers and refer to them as units; they categorize constituents into races, genders, age brackets and call them voter blocks; they segregate the population into elites (the few of them) and peons (the many of us). What they do not do is regard us — all of us — as individuals. Individualism, after all, defeats the Socialist agenda. To read that opening statement set the stage for its author?s regurgitation of the pabulum suckled from the radical-left yellow-journalistic mill. Perhaps my response should begin with Dan Aykroyd’s famous catchphrase from the “Point/Counterpoint” segment of his SNL Weekend Update skits.

The diatribe belched forth is indicative to the vitriol being spewed from almost every corner of the mainstream media. Since Mrs. Palin was a virtual unknown to a vast majority of people living in the Lower 48 and Hawai‘i, a vicious smear campaign had to be launched immediately following her selection; after all, the “neo-Comm” liberals were still reeling from the choice of the bloviating Delaware senator over the obvious one. An army of surrogates for the Democrat candidate swarmed Juneau and Wasilla like those infamous Alaskan mosquitoes, attempting to suck as much bad blood from her 20% disapproval rate as possible. Sadly, many of these accounts are forwarded to the public with little or no research or relivance and, as page one of the political handbook will tell, perception is reality — especially in ’blogs.

Now mud-rakers exist on both sides of politics and certainly — with a little fortitude — someone will find skeletons in the closets of anyone brave enough to stand for office.


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ANDYbee

Posted: Jun 18, 2009

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Governor Sarah Heath Palin [R-AK] and members of her family were the target of yet another crude, reprehensible barrage of verbal attacks gift wrapped in liberal humour. David Letterman — whose monologues have suffered a agonizing, bitter-filled decent into the cynical leftist cesspool along with his ratings — hit a new low when, on Monday’s (08JUN09) The Late Show, he quipped about the Palins’ fourteen-year-old daughter being kept away from the disgraced former Gov. Eliot Laurence Spitzer [D-NY] or “knocked up” by New York Yankee Alex Rodriguez, and — later in his Top Ten list — equated the Governor’s looks to a “slutty flight attendant.”

Ultimately, Letterman’s hatchet job is not the real concern. Let’s be honest: His remarks about Governor Sarah Palin and her daughter were stunningly inappropriate. Moreover, they represent a sort of misogynistic tendency that media elites have come to embrace — at least, when it comes to conservative women.

Everybody recognizes that all sides of politics get battered constantly but over-zealous attackers tend to get a pass when their victims are conservatives; that is not the case when the victim is a liberal.

Our culture has embraced a sort of gangster vernacular and, for better or worse, it has gone main-stream. Example: Back in 2008, when MSNBC’s David Shuster made a passing comment about the Clintons “pimping out” Chelsea, you would have thought he had committed an unpardonable sin. Admittedly, his street language was crude but the intent was merely to imply that the Clintons were using Chelsea to get publicity. His comments, in that context, were not terribly shocking to anyone who understands colloquialisms.


The video of the monologue has been pulled by CBS … surprise surprise.

Conversely, Letterman did not merely use a clumsy analogy to embellish a political conversation — he crudely and intentionally attacked Governor Palin and her daughter. Yet, while Shuster was under intense pressure to apologize, Letterman’s only real critics are the Palins and conservative bloggers. It is an interesting hypocrisy vis-à-vis the lack of outrage from a countless number of women’s advocacy groups (NOW notwithstanding); the unions representing airline professionals; Al Sharpton — who never misses an opportunity to jump in front of a camera — or, for what it’s worth, Spitzer and A-Rod themselves, that is so apparent.

Some will undoubtedly make the point that Letterman is simply a comedian. Isn’t Michael Richards simply a comedian? Richards’ racist tirade at a Los Angeles comedy club did not originally occur on national television, yet he was rightfully pilloried and pressured into making the perfunctory apology. Rush Limbaugh has been labeled simply an “entertainer” but that that does not stop the media from being regularly outraged by his routine. What about Don Imus?

Let’s be intellectually honest: If you think Shuster’s line was outrageous — and Richards’ harangue crossed the line — and Don Imus’ “nappy-headed” jibe was contemptible — then shouldn’t you be equally outraged by Letterman’s disturbing “comedy” routine?

The next evening, Letterman compounded the situation, if only for the ratings, by repeating the jokes cloaked in an eight-minute “well exxcccuuuuse me!” blather (nod to Steve Martin). It took nearly a week for him to come as close to an apology as he could muster by acknowledging he had confused 18-year-old daughter Bristol with her younger sister Willow — and not for the comments themselves.

To her credit, Governor Sarah Palin immediately took the reins and put the boot on Letterman’s gratuitous dribble. She also recognized that his jab-filled mea culpa was the most her family would receive and accepted it as such. Of course, some groups will do their best to encourage CBS to at least take a stand on this issue — but that has as much of a chance as getting the White House to take a stand on the Iranian elections (wink-wink).

For her ability to shoulder so many attacks virtually alone and stay focused with her principles, the Alaskan governor only strengthens her position as a leader in the conservative prospects for this great country. If Sarah Heath Palin was not such a viable threat to the far-left statists, why do they spend so much energy attempting to destroy her? Their derangement syndrome knows no bounds.


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ANDYbee

Posted: Jun 25, 2009

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John Forbes Kerry [D-MASS], a Vietnam veteran, is certainly living to his reputation as the Joe Biden of botched jokes. The senator ripped his ice-breaker from David Letterman’s batch of unused nastiness for his Tuesday (23JUN09) appearance before a group of Boston business and civic leaders. Kerry — who served in Vietnam — told the liberal-centric crowd about South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford’s hike alone on the Appalachian Trail (when he was really in Argentina) and exclaimed, “Too bad; if a governor had to go missing it couldn’t have been the governor of Alaska. You know, Sarah Palin.” The dutiful audience gave him a courtesy guffaw.

Since Kerry — a veteran of Vietnam — delivered his zinger prior to Gov. Sanford’s press conference cum public confession, the quip is interpreted not as a “conservative-adultery” jab but an “I wish she was lost and left for dead” swipe. Hardy har-har.

However, we should not give the long face to Senator Kerry — who spent time in Vietnam — since he is obviously still out of touch with the common man and was ill-advised on humour once again. Philadelphians fondly remember his request for a cheesesteak with swiss; Packers fans still snicker when reminded that he proclaimed himself the “Biggest Cheesehead” yet referred to the hallowed frozen tundra of Curly Lambeau Field as Lambert Field; and who could forget his claim of windsurfing at home with members of the carpenters’ union? That dash in the box following his name at the top of this article; it is in lieu of the letter U.


Oh yeah, Senator John Forbes Heinz-Kerry was in Vietnam.


tennis_nude

Posted: Jun 26, 2009

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This whole obsession of the left with Palin is stunningly pathetic.

I offer this standard for your consideration. No one ever bothers attacking an enemy that is not a threat - it is a waste of time. So if these "intellectual elites" are so intelligent, why are they not rising above their pond scum level and just admitting that they are scared to death of Palin? Their actions and behavior certainly exhibit that belief.


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ANDYbee

Posted: Jul 1, 2009

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Governor Sarah Heath Palin [R-AK] is in the focal point of yet another smear campaign by the liberal-controlled media. Vanity Fair writer Todd S. Purdum paints the predictable sexist portrait of the 2008 GOP vice presidential candidate as nice looking but not a very good candidate; and the comments about her beauty were not entirely complimentary either. Purdum feels that her looks probably hurt, as much helped, her ability to win voters.

The brunt of his article relies heavily on unattributed quotes from McCain campaign staffers — those very familiar straw people to whom the liberals routinely turn for their “facts and information.” What is the difference between writing a story based on unnamed sources and writing one that is a total fabrication? That is a question that stumps the left’s lap-dog media.

“It is only the Left that ever talks about the way Palin looks or dresses,” says Michelle Easton, president of the Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute. “Conservatives love Palin because she believes in small government and the preservation of traditional American values but the left has cleverly deflected debate about Palin’s stances on policy by constantly degrading her based on her physical appearance.”

Purdum is just another in the long roster of backwards-looking sзvissзяgoяq who attack what they fear most in women: a lady who use her head and not her emotions. They are terrified of Governor Palin because they recognize that she is exactly the kind of American the founding fathers described as the involved citizen.

Sarah Palin is the future. She leads as the powerful citizen, not as the power politician. She governs in the best interest of her constituents and this country; she does not rule for her own self interest. Mrs. Palin personifies the heartland of this country: men and women working hard for their faith, family and America.


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EricS

Posted: Jan 4, 2010

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I tried to see one of her campaign speeches near where I work last year. Traffic was backed up for miles. The media did (and still continues) a good job of making her look like an idiot. I think they fear her popularity.

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fiesco

Posted: Jan 4, 2010

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I'm about a third of the way through her book, Going Rogue. I've found her honesty and openness on her beliefs, standards and ethics to be much the same as mine. To this point in the book she has been elected as Governor. I'm impressed with the woman. Time will tell as to whether she is presidential material.

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bare

Posted: Jan 9, 2010

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Joy Bayhardy har har and one of her lezz guests with the ugliest mouth ever planted on a woman said that people who buy Sarahs book can't read anyway. Talk about brain rot. Glad I never used drugs. Must have really damaged those hollyweed type brains. Bayhar and Letterman should be married. HMMM come to think of it they might be the same person. Have you ever seen them together in the same room???

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bare

Posted: Jan 9, 2010

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For erik5. The media doesn't make Palin look like an idiot. That they do to themselves. I have never seen a bunch pf idiot propagandists for any regime as these are. They must have learned well from the old Nazi handbook called " lies to tell to people that only idiots could believe anyway."

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EricS

Posted: Jan 10, 2010

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I love the the theory that conservatives don't read. They sell a lot of books, so why would people who loathe reading fork over money for something they won't use. Liberals are desparate. Plus you have the added irony of people who complain about stereo-typing engaging in the same type of behavior.

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bare

Posted: Jan 23, 2010

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well I fer one reed a lot of books. They have so manee good piktores in thim.

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bare

Posted: Jan 23, 2010

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And I do drive a pick up truck and yes it does have Confederate bumper stickers on it along with Palin stickers and the Maryland State auto tags have the Confederate flag SCV logo on them too. -- John Kerry in Western PA asking for a hunting license. " I want me one of them there hunting licenses" Speake your own language Kerry you coward. You sound rediculous trying to speak my redneck lingo. You don't hear me trying to spek Bostan uppercrust do you???

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bare

Posted: Jan 28, 2010

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Nudebowlinggeek
You are right, Kerry wouldn't make a pimple on a red necks ass. I know I have squeezed a few. They have more guts. Hey my wife aNITA IS A BOWLER TOO. wE ALWAYS WANTED TO FIND A NUDE BOWLING LEAGUE. i WOULD HAVE GONE TO WATCH MORE.

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fiesco

Posted: Feb 6, 2010

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Let's hear it for the great wins in Virginia, New Jersey and Massachusetts and the tremendous showings for conservatives in the primaries in Illinois and Rhode Island. We TeaPartiers are making an important statement to the Republican and Democratic Parties. We need to take over the Republicans, keep us in a 2 party system, otherwise we lose.
Who's your pick for the GOP nominee in 2012? I'm for Mitt Romney, and no, I'm not a Mormon.

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fiesco

Posted: Feb 23, 2010

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Too early to pick. Ilike many things about Romney, Palin, Pawlenty, Spence, others. After the Nov. elections a leader will begin to show him/herself.

hojo

Posted: Feb 24, 2010

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Its early but Ron Paul won the straw vote at CPAC .

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EricS

Posted: Mar 8, 2010

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There's no way that Ron Paul could win the Republican nomination or the election. From what I have read, the straw poll was made up of lots of young people, and not very accurate. I like Ron but he is famous for having crazy followers. The liberal media would tear him to pieces in a general election.

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ANDYbee

Posted: Aug 11, 2010

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All the ƨзviƨƨзяgoяq suffering from PDS must be so proud of Keith Halloran.

Keith David Halloran, a Democяαт candidate for state representative in New Hampshire, took a sadistic swipe at Gov. Sarah Palin on his Facebook page in a response to the news that former Alaska Senator Ted Stevens had died in a plane crash on Monday.

“Just wish Sarah and Levy [sic] were on board,” Halloran wrote, taking aim at the former Alaska Governor and her daughter’s ex-fiancé, Levi Johnston.


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A state GOP spokesman quickly denounced the vulgar attack. “Mr. Halloran’s outrageous comments are a new low, even by the standards of the New Hampshire Democяαт Party,” read the statement. “His publicly stated death wish for Governor Palin and her family is abhorrent and has no place in our public discourse.”

Meanwhile, Halloran has refused to confirm he wrote the message, telling the Associated Press, “It’s just a tempest in their Tea Pot.” Hopefully the good citizens of New Hampshire remember this DΘИКЄЧ’s comments when they go to the cast their ballots.


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EricS

Posted: Aug 14, 2010

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It gets worse in this quote from Newsbusters.

New Hampshire State Representative Timothy Horrigan replied Wednesday, "Well a dead Palin wd [sic] be even more dangerous than a live one ... she is all about her myth & if she was dead she cldn' t [sic] commit any more gaffes."

The second I heard about Ted Stevens dying I was curious how long it would be until the left wing showed how vile and hateful they are. It's ironic because liberals claim that conservatives are mean, cruel, heartless people.
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