Good morning, you commies, and G*d Bless America!
Well, now that I’ve been outed by the Palin-worshippers, there’s no damn reason for me to pretend any longer.
My name’s Earljam, and your homosexualist-worshipping asses are mine.
Let’s look at some Earl pearls of True Conservative wisdom, ya wanna?
First – when yer boat gets full, it just needs a little Palin’ out!
Sarah Palin and the End of an Era: Split from FNC highlights fade of Tea Party as well as her own
The National Journal ^
| January 27, 2013
| Jill Lawrence
Posted on Monday, January 28, 2013 1:43:03 AM by2ndDivisionVet
The news that Sarah Palin will no longer be a paid contributor to Fox
News puts an exclamation point on the end of an era, or at least a
chapter, in U.S. political history. She could land somewhere else, and
she still has her Facebook friends, but it’s hard to imagine she’ll find
a more visible or influential platform than Fox.
Alaska governor and 2008 vice presidential nominee has been fading from
the scene for some time, as she inadvertently highlighted when she
complained on Facebook during the Republican convention in August that
the network had canceled her scheduled interviews that night. Her
brother, Chuck Heath Jr., told Alan Colmes last week on Fox Radio that
his sister is “kind of laying low right now,” though he wouldn’t or
couldn’t say when asked why.
Once the face of an energetic and
politically potent Tea Party movement, Palin is leaving Fox at a time
when polls show the Tea Party at an all-time low in both membership and
favorability. Her departure also coincides with calls by some leading
Republicans for their party to stop saying things that erode the GOP
brand and turn off voters in droves.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal
said bluntly this week at a Republican National Committee meeting in
Charlotte that the GOP needs to stop being “the stupid party,” and
former Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour said he agreed. The two were
talking in particular about losing Senate candidates Todd Akin of
Missouri and Richard Mourdock of Indiana, both of whom made inflammatory
(and in Akin’s case, flagrantly ignorant) comments about rape.
Palin, with her flamboyant rhetoric, has stoked her own
disproportionate share of controversies. This is the woman who, after
all, coined the term “death panels” to describe discussions between
patients and physicians…
********************How many times are they going to write her obituary?
Sarah Palin should have her own TV channel.
She already has a spiffy studio in her home in Wasilla.
To: Cowboy BobThis might explain the author…
Ummm. Meet jill.
To: 2ndDivisionVetShhhhhhhhhhhhh …
This was arranged by the GOPe comprising Rove, Romney, Powell
and the other Soros-Obama plants.
To: 2ndDivisionVetWell, the ugly truth is that Palin lost a tremendous amount of
political momentum and much of her grassroots infrastructure (best seen
in such sites as Organize4Palin and Conservatives4Palin) when she told
Mark Levin that she was not running for President. Those groups and
others are still around, but much of their energy and membership has
simply dissipated over the past year.Moreover, PalinTV (which was a
strong effort to bypass the MSM and to get Palin’s unedited words
directly out to the public) no longer has its own web presence but is
now just a Youtube channel.
I’m not sure that she will ever be able to
recover what she has lost by her decision, unless she runs for and wins
Begich’s seat in 2014, which would revitalize her political standing and
give her a springboard for 2016.
As far as the TEA party movement
goes, it is in fact in some disarray now, mostly at the hands of the
corrupt, crooked, GOP-E, which fought it harder than the Rats. Since
Palin chose not to run, it did not have any real leaders to coalesce
around, and was successfully infiltrated by GOP-E hacks and operatives,
who then tried to direct its energy to Team Romney. I remember some of
FR’s resident chest beaters claiming two years ago that the TEA party
was self-sustaining and did not need any leaders. Well, that has proven
to be wrong-headed, and so here we are, stuck with Obama for four more
years (or more), and a fetid, feckless GOP-E now doing his bidding in