Senator John McCain was among the 14 Republicans [voters should not reelect any of them] who backed the immigration bill in the Senate, which is not faring well [thank goodness] “as written” in the House. Senator McCain is from Arizona, which is one of the states hit most hard in the Mexican invasion across a border our government cannot [will not] secure, the same government whose military has secured the border [DMZ] between North and South Korea for well over 50 years. Sarah Palin has called him and other GOP RINOs to the carpet.
Sarah Palin was the vice presidential running mate in 2008 with Senator McCain. She was more qualified to be the presidential candidate, despite her newness to the Babylon atmosphere of Washington, DC. She is a favorite speaker and travels about all over the country. She is a sassy out-spoken person who, like when she became governor of Alaska, is not afraid to speak out against Republicans who do not tow the constitutional line.
Her work since that time with the Tea Party movement has been steady and solid, defiant against both progressive jackasses and RINO elephants. She is a solid believer in the Second Amendment, supports the NRA and is a constitutionalist. She is the patriot of the 21st century with the spirit of 1776. It is not surprising that she knows more about American history than most. She is a favorite at Tweeter and Facebook, with a large following.
When Hillary Clinton recently made a speech that the next president should be a woman, she was right – but it is not her, but Sarah Palin, a hated figure by progressives and denounced and demeaned by RINOs and the GOP establishment.
Sarah Palin stated when talking about the loss of the 2012 election:
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.
Palin also put down Marco Rubio [part of the “Gang of Eight”] when he “flip-flopped” on the amnesty issue, which has led her to possibly making a decision to ditch the GOP.
And why not?
The GOP establishment chose to back their poster boy for the GOP presidential election, ignoring and putting down Ron Paul, a constitutionalist member of the Republican Party.
Palin, in her recent verbal attack against the GOP establishment and RINOs, stated:
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 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.
Palin then continued about the House now proceeding on a vote of the bill that passed the Senate:
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.
Sarah Palin has also called it quits with Fox News. The friction between Palin and Fox began this summer and Palin stated in Facebook that … Fox canceled all my scheduled interviews in one night of the Republican National Convention. Fox News began as popular because of its insistence in reporting “balanced” and objective news reports. But apparently, Palin has become too controversial for the network now.
Back in 2012, Sarah Palin blasted the GOP establishment as cannibals and using tactics of the left against Newt Gingrich, who is not part of the GOP establishment. He was even questioned about his credentials as a Ronald Reagan conservative. She wrote on her Facebook page:
I am in favor of contested primaries and healthy, pointed debate. They help focus candidates and the electorate. I have fought in tough and heated contested primaries myself. But what we have seen in Florida this week is beyond the pale.
She mentioned the 2008 campaign:
The difference in 2008 was that I was largely unknown to the American public, so they had no way of differentiating between the lies and the truth. All of it came at them at once as ‘facts’ about me. But Newt Gingrich is known to us – both the good and the bad.
And she included a statement of her opinion concerning Mitt Romney, GOP establishment poster boy:
Now I respect Governor Romney and his success. But there are serious concerns about his record and whether as a politician he consistently applied conservative principles and how this impacts the agenda moving forward. The questions need answers now. That is why this primary should not be rushed to an end. We need to vet this.
Romney went on to lose for the GOP shot at the White House, just as Romney lost the primaries in a previous election. It is because he didn’t learn from his first mistakes, added new ones, had a record of being indecisive, and did not stand up to the propaganda against him as he should have.
Recently the progressives have renewed the climate change [global warming] rhetoric.
Palin posted a photo of one of her children in a blanket of snow in the middle of May [like we got here on the Peninsula] and made the comment:
Global warming my glutenous maximus.
It is the same humorous style she displayed when she sipped from a Big Gulp drink onstage and threatened to chew tobacco during her speech at the National Rifle Association convention in protest against the dictator mayor of New York.
No doubt she is sassy, but that is why and so many like her, because she is not just sassy but has principles, believes that a constitutional republic is what our nation is supposed to be, and takes no crap from anyone from either side of the political aisle when it comes to commonsense and good old America pie patriotism.
Way to go, girl!
Rep. Jim Bridenstine [Oklahoma] spent one minute on the House floor in a critique of President Obama and his administration. This is his second memorable speech. Another speech listed the myriad of scandals of the Obama administration. Still another speech had to do with the Boy Scouts.
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