It’s not that she’s stupid; she’s just arrogantly ignorant. Which is worse? You tell me!
“Nuclear weaponry, of course, would be the be-all, end-all of just too many people in too many parts of our planet.”
– CBS interview with Katie Couric, September 25, 2008
“Ground Zero Mosque supporters: doesn’t it stab you in the heart, as it does ours throughout the heartland? Peaceful Muslims, pls refudiate.”
—On plans to build an Islamic community center near Ground Zero, via Twitter, July 18, 2010
“‘Refudiate,’ ‘misunderestimate,’ ‘wee-wee’d up.’ English is a living language. Shakespeare liked to coin new words too. Got to celebrate it!”
—Tweet, July 18, 2010
“As Putin rears his head and comes into the air space of the United States of America, where – where do they go? It’s Alaska. It’s just right over the border.”
– CBS interview with Katie Couric, September 25, 2008
“So we discussed what was going on in Africa. And never, ever did I talk about, Well, gee, is it a country or is it a continent, I just don’t know about this issue.”
– Fox interview with Greta Van Susteren, November 11, 2008
“I don’t know if I should Buenos Aires or Bonjour, or… this is such a melting pot. This is beautiful. I love the diversity. Yeah. There were a whole bunch of guys named Tony in the photo line, I know that.”
– Addressing a Charity of Hope gathering, Hamilton, Ontario, April 15, 2010
“Obviously we loved sports, and the baby was born during the spring track season.”
“Believe it or not – this was in the 60s – we used to hustle on over the border for health care that we would receive in Whitehorse…. Isn’t that kind of ironic now. Zooming over the border, getting health care from Canada.”
-Speech in Calgary, Alberta, March 6, 2010
“When the American people elected President Obama they gave him responsibility to handle this disaster. He promised to “heal the earth, and watch the waters recede…” or something far-fetched like that.”
– On the oil spill, May 27, 2010
“I didn’t believe the theory that human beings – thinking, loving beings – originated from fish that sprouted legs and crawled out of the sea. Or that human beings began as single-celled organisms that developed into monkeys who eventually swung down from the trees.”
“With the gray Talkeetna Mountains in the distance and the first light covering of snow about to descend on Pioneer Peak, I breathed in an autumn bouquet that combined everything small-town America with rugged splashes of the Last Frontier.”
“I think it’s appalling and a violation of our freedom of the press.”
—On negative media coverage of Republican congressional candidate Vaughn Ward, Boise, Idaho, May 21, 2010
“I’m not politically correct. I am not one to be a word police.”
– Fox interview with Chris Wallace Feb. 7 , 2010
“I didn’t really had a good answer, as so often — is me.”
-On writing notes on her hand for the Tea Party convention address, March 5, 2010
This is why no one will take libertarians serious, you’re stuck on certain people who have grammatical issues with the English language and then prance naked across the convention stage while talking about your ideologies while not really achieving anything in our bullshit election system. Sarah Palin for all her faults was correct on a lot of her assertions. The fact that you’re taking quotes out of context to beat a dead horse show a lack of will and is the same the thing the liberal left media does when they’re threatened. This is the reason I left the libertarian party because its a freaking big fat joke of controlled opposition like the “China Doll” Jo Jorgenson and “What is Aleppo” Gary. Instead of talking about the stupid of someone’s grammar and thought conceptualization how about you actually do something.
You guys berated Trump’s tariffs and initially I was there with you until it actually worked. Some industry start to come back to the US. If libertarianism was more concerned about people instead of “muh” ideology you might get somewhere.
Yeah, I missed a few typos, go ahead point them out too….
This libertarian promotes principles – and applies them to particulars. This is something neither the Left nor the Right does. The Left – because it is interested in power and whatever furthers that end, goes. The Right is impotent to stop the Left because it has no principles it will not compromise.
Trump was a fail for precisely that reason – and Palin is no different. Hump the flag and lick the badge. Talk up “America” – and hope the rubes don’t notice you sold it to the big corporations decades ago.
RE: “You guys berated Trump’s tariffs and initially I was there with you until it actually worked.”
Ah-hem, there’s the seen & the unseen:
“Tariffs, and similar measures designed to strengthen the nation, “should not be considered as measures of production policy.” They aid some citizens at the expense of others; they do not help the economy as a whole.” …
Perhaps, check out the article, it’s written so even us guys with crappy grammer can easily see the flip side of the tariff coin.
Palin is both a hog-trougher and a welfare queen. She has a husband who can’t succeed without cronyism and a disabled child who needs assistence from a bloated public sector to keep up.
Choice is not freedom. While a political magician cuts cards on his deck, you are fooled because you see the cards are not all the same. But it’s a ruse.
There are only four different cards in this deck, 13 copies of each from multiple identical decks.
There is only the ace of spades, three of hearts, nine of diamonds, and jack of clubs. In advance he has hidden an additional copy of these 4 cards in his hat, pocket, sleeve, and shoe. They scientifically await the climax of you finding your card.
Pick a card, any card, means only a limited choice of 4 different cards. Here are some of the archetype cards the establishment controls.
Ross Perot, Ron Paul, are ransom payers. The Rothschilds know that they can kidnap one of these patriarchs’ loved ones and they’ll drop out of the race or else be a compromised leader.
Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, and many others were holy rollers. It takes centuries to have your confidence men in positions of religious power, but the Rothschilds have been at this for centuries.
Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, are vice lords. They have a long documented past and likely also a present of taking a walk on the wild side. Damning evidence is held in reserve and seductive operatives are always in play to keep them in check and on the dole.
The choice of president is not freedom, it is a cheap magic trick using mass psychology and cold hearted social science.
Sarah Palin seems deceptively folksy and human, but her viability as a candidate lets you rule out her ability to lead as a rational individual making her own free choices.
Sarah Palin is an archetype in a stacked deck.
At least she’s not Nancy Pelosi. But that’s not saying much.
The part that drives me nuts is that Palin (and her ilk) posture as small-government/pro-liberty but once elected, their track record is always the same: More hog-troughing (corporations get the welfare instead of “welfare queens”), more erosions of liberty in the name of “protecting freedom,” etc. You know the story. Look at Newtie and his “Contract With America.” And then there’s the eight years of The Chimp.
The point being, at least Pelosi is pursuing what she advocates. If you are a left-liberal, you get what you order. With Palin, all you get is a knife in the back….
Keee-recht. I’d do Sarah in a “New Yawk” minute were our respective marital statuses conducive to such a relationship. Pelosi? I’d rather scoop up steaming rat feces and shove ’em up my nose than touch that grotesque broad.
I think – I hope – her 15 minutes are about up…
America’s answer to the UK’s John Prescott.
Sweet picture! I love it.
She’d be a hot MLF if she weren’t so annoying. I’d rather shag my vacuum cleaner….