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Hanoi Jane and Jared

Originally posted at American Thinker

Fresh off promoting her Fit and Strong exercise video, without even one iota of evidence, Jane Fonda took to Twitter to blame the tragic shooting of Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and the cold-blooded murder of six innocent individuals, including a nine-year-old girl, on Sarah Palin, Glenn Beck, and the Tea Party.

Jane is more focused on condemning uninvolved conservatives than she is on the maniacal murderer who slaughtered half a dozen people in cold blood in a parking lot.  Given the fact that the shooter is an alleged flag-burning mental case, one would think that with her treasonous history, Jane Fonda would applaud Jared Lee Loughner’s America-hating extracurricular activities.

Granted, Jane Fonda has never exhibited an exceptional intellect.  The woman was photographed sitting on an anti-aircraft gun yukking it up with Communist North Vietnamese soldiers with a pot on her head wearing a Vietnamese-made ao-dai pantaloon/wedding dress.  So the idea of Fonda shooting off her mouth without the benefit of verifiable facts, let alone thinking through the hypocrisy of her statements, is not surprising.

Couple Fonda’s inappropriate placing of blame with the liberal media endlessly expressing outrage over the loss of life in Arizona while continuing to shill for abortion rights, and you have another prime example of the politicization of misfortune.

What CNN and Jane Fonda have failed to mention is that, à la Bill Ayers, an obviously disturbed Jared desecrated an American flag on YouTube and cited his favorite reading material as Hitler’s manifesto on the control of government, industry, and health care, Mein Kampf, and Karl Marx’s collectivism handbook,The Communist Manifesto.  Caitlin Parker, Jared’s high school friend, claims that the Tucson shooter leans left.  If that’s true, then the deaths of six are certainly a drop in the bucket when compared to the millions of deaths advocated for since the inception of Roe v. Wade by others who lean left.

Even Jane Fonda now admits that her decision to “encourage” North Vietnamese troops was a “betrayal.”  Suddenly, a woman whose behavior contributed to the deaths of American soldiers is expressing public indignation over the injustice of premature death.  Thus, there is no more qualified a representative than Jane Fonda to stand for liberal absurdity.  Jane epitomizes the hypocrisy of the left, because a left-winger expressing shock over loss of innocent life is like Osama bin Laden voicing opposition to terrorism, or Hanoi Jane herself mourning at a military funeral.

Few would argue that Jared Loughner isn’t disturbed.  However, the reaction is more about hypocrisy and liberal exploitation of tragedy than psychotic injury inflicted by a sick man.  Shamelessly, the day after Blue Dog Democrat Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords was shot through the brain, Jane Fonda blamed Sarah Palin, tweeting, “Progressive Arizona Rep Gabrielle Giffords is shot. In her ads, Sarah Palin had her targeted in a gun site [sic]. Inciting to violence.”

Fonda, devoid of proof, blamed Palin, Beck, and the Tea Party for a crime that is just another in a long list of examples of what befalls a culture that devalues life.  Discussing the anti-Vietnam War “Winter Soldier” hearings, staged with John Kerry in 1971, Jane might as well have been describing Loughner when apologizing for the American military, saying, “When you put young people into an atrocity-producing situation where enemy and civilian are commingled, where the ‘other side’ is dehumanized, we cannot be surprised.”

Rather than condemnation, pro-choice Fonda, who has personally contributed to the dehumanization of life, should extend thoughtful consideration as to how “commingling enemies and civilians” at a Tucson Safeway political rally could easily result in the loss of life when a deranged madman is added to the mix.  Instead, culpable parties like Jane Fonda look for someone else to blame and tweet hypocritical blather to suppress their own consciences with statements like “@glenbeck guilty too. Shame. It must stop!”

The aged activist ended the flurry of condemning tweets by saying, “@SarahPalin USA holds responsibility. As does the violence-provoking rhetoric of the Tea Party.”

Actress Jane Fonda has dedicated a large portion of her adult life to defining a human being as someone who has the choice to kill another human being, and now she has the nerve to blame pro-life Tea Party activists Sarah Palin and Glenn Beck for violence in Arizona?  It is not surprising that Fonda continues to do what liberals do — stir dissension in the name of peace while refusing to acknowledge her own contribution to the societal sickness that threatens all our lives, from abortion clinics to impending death panels.

Apparently, Fonda is so busy blaming conservatives she forgets that celebrity has the power to prod toward bloodshed.  In fact, in 2008, as prestigious keynote speaker Fonda visited the state of Arizona to address a Planned Parenthood Annual Founder’s Celebration.  While there, anti-violence peacenik Fonda spoke on behalf of an organization responsible for the unfettered massacre of thousands of unborn children.

Sorry, Jane — your indignation over the deaths of six people, although noble, seems a tad insincere, especially given your speech in Arizona two years ago, where you proudly supported the Arizona/2008 extermination of 10,296 nameless, faceless human beings.

There is no denying that the heartbreak in Tucson calls for a sobering acknowledgment that America’s culture of death has saturated our society and, even in the most innocuous of situations, threatens all our lives.  Even so, the last people who possess the credibility to lecture or blame anyone for cruelty or carnage are liberals, like Jane Fonda, who denounce the appalling death and injury of a small group of victims murdered by a madman after spending the last 38 years heartily applauding the slaughter of 1.3 million helpless babies a year.

Crack-Smoking Sorkin Takes a Stand for Bullwinkle

Aaron Sorkin, another Hollywood left-wing liberal shill, has stepped forward to cry “Don’t club the seals, and save the whales.” Only this time the outrage is in response to Sarah Palin shooting a caribou on her cable show Sarah Palin’s Alaska.

If there’s one person in Hollywood who has the experience to judge and opine on politics it’s Aaron Sorkin, creator of NBC’s West Wing. In Hollywood, being on a series apparently gives actors the right to assume the role in everyday life. Even House must occasionally be tempted to diagnose a rare disease.

Nevertheless, besides being a crack pipe-smoker, magic mushroom-eater, Generation Obama speaker, and former consort of Palin critic Maureen Dowd, Aaron Sorkin is also a die hard leftist who borders on tithing 10% of his income to the Democrat Party.  Therefore, when Sorkin speaks America should stand up and listen, because if anyone has a right to criticize the wholesome Sarah Palin, a party guy with the seared windpipe sure does.

Sorkin, who supports candidates who are committed to snuffing out of millions of unborn babies, accused Fox News contributor Sarah Palin of making a “snuff film” for shooting a caribou while hunting with her father.

Aaron Sorkin, who supports the campaigns of pro-choice candidates, described Palin as “deranged,” a “witless bully” and a “phony pioneer girl.” When Sorkin isn’t writing negative political ads for MoveOn.org, or bored because he’s out of hallucinogenic drugs, he must tune in to The Learning Channel. Aaron said that Discovery’s TLC “should be ashamed of itself for broadcasting [Palin’s] truly awful reality show.”

Big brave Sorkin took on Sarah’s post on Facebook wherein the former Alaska governor addressed the hypocrisy of detractors criticizing the caribou hunt by rightly pointing out that “Unless you’ve never worn leather shoes, sat upon a leather chair or eaten meat, save your condemnation.”  Sarah should have said: “Unless you oppose candidates who promote the unfettered slaughter of babies in the womb, save your condemnation.”

Tough guy Aaron Sorkin shot back in the Huffington Post, saying:

I eat meat, chicken and fish, have shoes and furniture made of leather … I’m able to make a distinction between you and me without feeling the least bit hypocritical. I don’t watch snuff films and you make them. You weren’t killing that animal for food or shelter or even fashion, you were killing it for fun. You enjoy killing animals.

Sorkin said, “And you didn’t just do it for fun and you didn’t just do it for money” – both comments that could also apply to his own former crack-smoking activities.

Nevertheless, speaking on behalf of Bullwinkles everywhere, in-your-face Aaron continued: “That was the first moose [sic] ever murdered for political gain. You knew there’d be a protest from PETA and you knew that would be an opportunity to hate on some people, you witless bully.” For Aaron Sorkin, who all but dragged out Obama’s Styrofoam columns, to accuse anyone of doing anything for political gain is laughable.

Does West-Winger Aaron Sorkin ever listen to himself?  Political activists that support candidates who garner political points with left-wing constituencies by promising to preserve a woman’s right to choose are then outraged over shooting one moose?

Supposedly, Sorkin’s fried brain can’t “make a distinction between what Palin got paid to do in her show” and Michael Vick going to prison for dog fighting.  Maybe Mr. Sorkin can convince TLC to cancel Sarah’s show so that programs that include caribou-shooting won’t upset clients watching flat screen TV’s in abortion clinics while recuperating from Aaron-acceptable “procedures.”

Bristol the Pistol

Originally posted at American Thinker blog

In “defiance” of “skepticism” on the part of Dancing with the Stars judges Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli, Sarah Palin’s daughter/single mother Bristol Palin is one of three dancers vying for the ultimate DWTS prize. Like Mom, Bristol ‘the pistol‘ sure has chutzpah. Unintimidated by pop stars, child stars, or Frances ‘Baby‘ Houseman, when asked to be part of the mirror globe trophy competition Bristol left fishing poles behind, packed the Pampers into her 1997 F-150, and drove non-stop from Alaska to L.A.

Casting no aspersions on Bristol’s competitors, Pistol Palin is the only contestant with zero experience wooing the cameras, exuding emotion on demand, or wriggling with Patrick Swayze.

Lacking emotive acting skill and dancer Cheryl Burke’s hair-tossing ability, Bristol’s start was shaky, but “gosh darn it,” the girl stuck with it. For Miss Palin’s Dancing with the Stars opening boogie, the abstinence activist shimmied onto the parquet in an unabashed parody mocking liberal critics like PBS honoree and SNL buffoon Tina Fey.

Bristol’s partner Mark Ballas summed it up perfectly:

The thing about this show is, you get people who come from an entertainment background… Bristol’s not any of those things… She’s the most normal person; sweet, down to earth … like a friend you’d hang out with… So for me as a coach… this is one of my proudest moments, taking a non-dancer and turning her into what she is now.

After consistently low leader board scores, Palin somehow received more votes in the semi-finals, triumphing over high-scorer Brandy Norwood. The Bristol/Ballas dance company was catapulted into the finals along with danseuse/dirty dancer Jennifer Grey and the gregariously sexy Disney star and pelvic thruster Kyle Massey.

After the shocking elimination, a sniveling Brandy whined: “I don’t know how to feel right now, it hasn’t processed yet for me.” Clearly, Brandy was convinced she was one dancing shoe away from glory, and in defeat lacked the civility she exhibited when executing a 57-point Paso Doble and Argentine tango.

Bristol’s mother, Sarah Palin, once said something about “contested primaries” that aptly pertain to voter-driven dance competitions: “Despite what the pundits want us to think… they are democracy at work, and that’s beautiful.”

Conceding the loss, Brandy’s partner Maksim Chermerkovskiy responded to boos from the singer’s fans, saying “People vote and their voices count, and I love the fact that the show represents that.”  Born in the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic (UkSSR) gives Maksim a true appreciation for the democratic process.

Jeers aren’t the worst of it. “Upset that the political figure’s daughter was on the show when he didn’t think she was a good dancer,” a drunken, expletive-spewing, shotgun-wielding yahoo used his TV as a target and then kept police at bay for 15 hours.

Across the board, liberals are apoplectic and attribute Bristol’s success not to quickstep agility, but to “republicanism” driven by Mama Grizzly’s fan base. Lisa Gutierrez of the web-based Kansas City Star lamented, “Bristol will now go on to win the whole shebang.  She doesn’t deserve it.  Everyone knows it, even, I suspect, the people who keep voting for her.”

How ironic, liberals blaming excessive voting for an “undeserving” contestant being in contention to win the “whole shebang.” If the coveted, oversized mirror ball trophy finds a home with Bristol ‘the pistol’ way up in Wasilla, Alaska, liberals are the reason. Wasn’t it two just years ago that “democracy at work” taught Dancing with the Stars viewers to vote for an unqualified, “ubiquitous” candidate who ended up walking away with the ultimate prize?


What part of “Bristol the Pistol” being about liberal hypocrisy and not DWTS don’t people get? If we can’t apply the idiocy of liberalism to everyday examples, that people can easily understand, and point out how liberals have one standard for themselves and another for everyone else…we’ll never win the argument!

‘A Dumb Woman is a Dumb Woman’

Originally posted at American Thinker

Cherilyn Sarkisian, better known as “Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves” singer Cher, claims to “dislike politics and says she’s not a registered Democrat.” While swearing aversion to all things political, Cher has visited the White House to dine with former President Jimmy Carter and professes love for Joe Biden, a man the Academy Award-winning judge of character and intellect once described as caring, good-hearted and smart.

The supposedly politically neutral female half of the late Sonny and Cher duo also believes socialist Dennis Kucinich “has great answers,” and during Hillary Clinton’s “Senate thing” pitched in to help after spending “a lot of time just sitting” with the former First Lady.

Anti-war Cher also holds firmly to the belief that “[w]ords are like weapons; they wound sometimes,” which is a curious sentiment coming from an apolitical woman who has a tendency to label most Republican politicians “stupid.”

In fact, prior to George W. Bush being elected president, Cher registered an opinion of the Republican candidate in the following way: “I don’t like Bush. I don’t trust him. I don’t like his record. He’s stupid. He’s lazy.”

Usually when one person calls another person “stupid” it’s because the name caller views himself or herself as more intelligent than the callee.  Evidently, the way Cher throws around the word “stupid,” the high school dropout clearly considers diva brainpower superior to a traditional Harvard education.

Prior to the 2000 election, Cher felt compelled to perform a public service by sharing with American women and minorities the admonitory view that “[i]f you’re black in this country, if you’re a woman in this country, if you are any minority in this country at all, what could possibly possess you to vote Republican?”

Ms. “Words …wound” Cher eloquently cautioned against voting for Bush by saying “[h]as everyone lost their f—ing minds? Doesn’t anybody remember the illustrious Reagan-Bush years when people had no money and no jobs? What has happened to people’s memories? It’s like they have Alzheimer’s or something.”

While meant for the betterment of all Americans, Cher’s instructive comments tend to emphasize the political threat that “Jerry Falwell…born again Christian” types, in the mold of G. W. Bush, pose to women and minorities.  Nevertheless, Cher, having a history of public exhibitionism which over the years has consistently placed the sisterhood in a demeaning light, has zero compunction about censuring Republicans.

If female exploitation is Cher-the-whiz kid’s main concern, maybe the raven-haired senior citizen in garter belts could “turn back time” and explain why, during the “illustrious Reagan-Bush years,” she chose to dance around in a fishnet body stocking under a bikini on the upper deck of the USS Missouri battleship. Way back in 1989 Cher, microphone in hand, skipped to-and-fro in front of a large group of sailors who whistled and directed catcalls toward her mostly-bare buttocks, and did so while Cher’s 12 year-old son Elijah Blue Allman accompanied his scantily clad mother on the guitar.

If one definition of stupid is “poor decisions and careless mistakes,” Cher’s behavior in the Long Beach Naval Shipyard certainly fits the criteria. Maybe young Cherilyn was absent or had already dropped out of school when “stupid” was reviewed on the vocabulary list.

Despite her lack of better judgment and less-than-brilliant personal behavior, the profoundly perceptive singer recently felt compelled to once again convey another articulate opinion of two female governors in Vanity Fair magazine. Cher expressed horror over the former governor of Alaska in the following way: “I got so obsessed with [C-SPAN] that it was kind of interfering with my life. Sarah Palin came on, and I thought, oh, F- – -, this is the end. Because a dumb woman is a dumb woman.”

Ms. Sarkisian continued to speak out. On the subject of Arizona governor Jan Brewer, she declared that “[s]he was worse than Sarah Palin, if that is possible. This woman was like a deer in headlights. She’s got a handle on the services of the state, and I would not let her handle the remote control.”

Evidently, Cher not only feels qualified to identify the intellectually challenged, the woman in the “towering 2-foot headpiece made of rooster feathers” also believes she has the adroit ability to spot gifted brilliance in random people. The self-professed politically neutral performer labeled Bush, Palin and Brewer as “dumb” and “stupid,” but recognized President Barack Obama’s “intelligence” and “spirit” as “so great” that she predicted America’s first black president would be able to do “more than anyone could possibly do,” whatever that means.

Based on Obama’s presidential performance thus far, Cher should avoid both punditry and prophecy.

The historical election of brilliant Barack prompted Ms. Cher to express relief, confessing that “Republican rule almost ‘killed’ [her],” and that although not a registered Democrat, she “does not understand why anyone would want to be a Republican.”

Having to endure the heartbreak of a daughter named Chastity transforming into a son named Chaz didn’t kill Cher. Being married to Greg Allman during the height of his cocaine, heroin and alcohol addiction didn’t kill Cher. Going under the scalpel so many times that she dubbed herself “the plastic surgery poster girl” didn’t kill Cher, but having George W. Bush for president nearly killed her?

Cher’s personal lifestyle choices, contradictory statements, colorful language, partisan denials, and chauvinist statements may make the singer/actress a perfect candidate to host her own show on MSNBC.  But then again, the former Mrs. Bono’s flippant use of the word “stupid” could jeopardize future opportunities to fulfill the role of an off-the-cuff pundit.

Waxing philosophical, Cher once said “Until you’re ready to look foolish, you’ll never have the possibility of being great.” Ironically, “stupid” is also defined as “foolish.” Labeling Republicans “stupid” proved Cher Bono was unwittingly referring to herself when sharing the opinion that “a dumb woman is a dumb woman.”

Bristol Palin does the Bristol Stomp

For the past few weeks I’ve actually watched “Dancing with the Stars.” For 10 whole seasons, I willingly passed on the nation’s paso doble pastime. Frankly, as far as I’m concerned, all the preening, shimmering tassels and women in bikini bottoms flipping dyed hair around have little to do with dancing and everything to do with ratings.

For me, it was downright unbearable to watch former co-host Samantha Harris make googly eyes at the camera, hand it over to “Tom,” or laugh hysterically at private jokes.  In addition, I could never understand why the female dancers, who were supposed to be showcasing the males, demanded so much attention by appearing on the parquet partially naked.

Who can forget Tom DeLay in brown bell-bottoms dancing to “Wild Thing,” grinning maniacally as Cheryl Burke shimmied non-stop around the ex-House Majority Leader? My impression was that the only thing missing from the middle of the floor was a pole for 10-season flat-belly favorite Edyta Śliwińska to demonstrate an outside leg hook climb.

However, this season I just couldn’t resist.  Why?  Because Bristol Palin was one of the “stars” America would be dancing with.  My initial response to Sarah’s baby girl, famous for having a baby boy, being a featured dancer was “Girl, what are you thinking?”

Then, after I thought about it, I realized that Bristol is definitely her mother’s daughter – fearless and unflappable.  Bristol Palin is an in-your-face, I-could-care-less-what-you-think-of-me kind of person, and I say: “Bravo Miss Bristol!”

I’m a fan of Bristol. Unmarried and swollen with child, Bristol did not shy away from the stage at the Republican National Convention. While bouncing tow-headed Tripp Easton Mitchell on her knee, Bristol stepped out as an activist reaching out to teens on the subject of waiting until marriage for sex.  At 18 years old, Bristol Palin willingly accepted responsibility for forfeiting her chastity at a tender age and chose to raise her baby as a single parent.

Bristol agreed to dance on national television and never once let lies or demeaning allusions stop her from counting herself an equal among “stars.” Bristol is a kid who’s been maligned, made fun of, laughed at, and humiliated by the immature, shallow, star-struck Playgirl centerfold-posing father of her son.

After enduring two full years of unrelenting derision, imperturbable Bristol agreed to appear on “Dancing with the Stars,” and did so while toting a 21 month-old son to rehearse with handsome dance partner Mark Ballas.

As if that isn’t enough fodder for the grind-up-Palin gristmill, Bristol’s choreographer conjured up an incendiary debut dance which, without a doubt, mother and daughter agreed to. Dressed up like Sarah, Bristol cast off her conservative gray suit to reveal a red dress, unfurled her brunette hair, and then proceeded to execute an exuberant prime time Cha-cha.

After subjecting America to 10 full seasons of unending bawdiness, the media honed in on Bristol and described her first turn around the floor to “Three Dog Night’s Mama Told Me (Not to Come)” as a “raunchy debut.”   Yet while the world sniggered, from the looks of Bristol’s first appearance, America’s Momma Grizzly and baby hoofer were the ones doing the laughing.

As the whole nation gawked, Bristol tore off a stylish suit fashioned after Granny Sarah’s Naughty Monkey wardrobe, which sent a message far removed from Bristol’s dancing prowess.  Palin-the-younger not only broadcast contempt for critics, but as a proxy for Mom sent a clear message about how Alaska’s famous family views trivial media types.

Strutting out on the dance floor, a gutsy Bristol gave spectators plenty to criticize, beginning with the song of choice and finishing up with a provocative raised-leg lean against Ballas’ thigh.  Bristol Palin, who might as well have been boogieing to “Let’s Give Them Something to Talk About,” provided media piranhas with lots of fresh meat and the flesh-eaters took the bait.

One headline read: “Bristol Palin’s striptease ‘Dancing with the Stars’ Debut.” Another judged Bristol’s appearance in the following way: “Bristol Palin’s ‘Dancing with the Stars’ debut mocks mother Sarah as she watches from Alaska.”  The latter article went on to say, “Bristol brought plenty of sexy to the cha Cha-cha, shaking her hips and indulging in some hairography. She and her partner cradled each other’s faces and, at one point, Ballas even grabbed her tush. To top it all off he gave his partner a big kiss.”

As an aside, didn’t any of these people catch “sex bomb” Pamela Anderson smoking up the “Dancing with the Stars” dance floor while attempting to do the Cha-cha in an outfit that may have been missing undergarments?

The Daily Mail online suggested the whole routine was foisted on Bristol, who was too naïve to make the connection.  The article asked, “whether [Bristol got] the pointed innuendo is unclear, but it may make for an uncomfortable listen for her conservative mother.” As if the performance caught Sarah unaware.

I’m glad I decided to tune in to “Dancing with the Stars” to see Bristol Palin, because the Cha-cha was Bristol’s least impressive achievement. The “pointed innuendo” comment proved it wasn’t Bristol but the media that failed recognize that the joke was on them.  Media scrutinizers, chomping at the bit to critique all things Palin, suggested an adolescent Bristol was exploited when, in fact, Bristol played the media. Just like the supposedly slow-on-the-uptake Sarah, while pretending to do the Cha-cha an unflustered Bristol stomped all over the critics, and did it handily.  In fact, to the amazement of Palin haters, Bristol has made it through 2 weeks in a row.  Go Bristol!

The malignant malice of Chris Matthews

Originally posted at American Thinker Blog

MSNBC political pundit Chris Matthews was so smitten with the President’s speechifying that stirring electrical currents physically manifested in his body. The separation-of-church-and-state commentator admitted he “cried over an Obama speech” and “compared him to Jesus.”

Completely infatuated, Matthews openly gushed when Barack spoke: “I felt this thrill going up my leg. I mean, I don’t have that too often.”

Apparently, Chris’s tingle didn’t cease with his legs; based on the MSNBC anchor’s pre-Glenn Beck rally comments, the current traveled straight to his race-baiting brain.

The night prior to the Glenn Beck-hosted gathering, Chris Matthews felt it was his patriotic duty to spew malice and spin the “Restoring Honor” Lincoln Memorial event into what he defined as a “nightmare.”

Americans gathering to peacefully pray, exercise freedom of speech and laud the greatness of our nation are being depicted by Chris Matthews as “Little right-wing boys and little right-wing girls joining hands and singing praise for Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin.” Matthews’ tingly hero worship explains the MSNBC commentator projecting juvenile idolatry on hundreds of thousands of peacefully assembled Americans who were doing anything but worshiping Beck and Palin.

Reporting on the event, an acerbic media stunned by the large, God-centered turnout repeatedly played the race card and underscored the fact that few minorities were spotted in the crowd.  In the run-up to the rally, hypocritical news organizations even lowered themselves to negatively grilling “Restoring Honor” speakers like Martin Luther King’s niece Alveda King, the unspoken implication being that Black Americans are traitors if choosing to speak anywhere besides the Al Sharpton “We-Alone-Own-MLK rally.”

The left cultivates division and then complains about a racial divide.  Liberals stir up strife and then claim that minorities avoid gatherings like the “Restoring Honor” event, which was attended by hundreds of thousands of people who, regardless of race, treasure the values Martin Luther King espoused.

Chris Matthews’ lies and innuendos demonstrate that the anchor believes the left has cornered the market on understanding the gravity of the injustices Black Americans suffered during a shameful period in our nation’s history. Pundits like Matthews forget that just two short years ago, a largely Caucasian nation ecstatically elected America’s first African-American president.

Of late, the majority is coming to the stark realization Obama’s policies are bad for America, not his race.  As a result, a colorblind electorate that catapulted Barack into the Oval Office is now being accused of racism because of efforts to restore lost honor and foster national harmony.

Presently, the left is frantically rooting around in a political dumpster for their last grasp of discordant power. Race baiters are emerging from the farthest recesses of a refuse heap with a crumpled, stained race card firmly in hand. Racial strife is the last great hope of the likes of political pundits whose true “nightmare” is the exercise of Constitutional freedoms giving rise to the dream of which Martin Luther King spoke and the realization that that “dream” is hindered only by those like Chris Matthews, who fear its unifying power.

The Next Woman on the Left’s Hate List – American Thinker Blog – April 26, 2010

Originally posted at American Thinker Blog

In the spirit of former Florida Secretary of State, Katherine Harris and Sarah Palin, a conservative woman from Arizona stepped forward exhibiting the type of  guts it takes to uphold “truth, justice and the American way.”

Gov. Jan Brewer ignored criticism from President Barack Obama and signed into law a bill supporters said would take handcuffs off police in dealing with illegal immigration in Arizona, the nation’s busiest gateway for human and drug smuggling from Mexico.

Let’s hope the woman doesn’t wear Naughty Monkey shoes because Brewer’s clothes, hairstyle, and makeup techniques are sure to be mocked and derided.

How long will it be before Jan Brewer is parodied on SNL dressed as a border patrol officer blowing smoke off the end of a pistol after disposing of innocent, law-abiding illegals?

Expect to see Governor Brewer portrayed all over the liberal media as both inarticulate and intellectually challenged. Within days it’s likely someone will step forward claiming to have overheard Brewer sharing that from the porch of the Governor’s mansion, she can see Mexico.

In the face of extreme pressure, the Arizona Governor chose to do the unthinkable: her job.  Brewer refused to acquiesce to Barack Obama-style liberal intimidation or RINO politicians more concerned with being politically correct than with upholding the rule of law.

The Governor said, “We in Arizona have been more than patient waiting for Washington to act. But decades of inaction and misguided policy have created a dangerous and unacceptable situation.”
The Washington Post reported,

The legislation, sent to the Republican governor by the GOP-led Legislature, makes it a crime under state law to be in the country illegally. It also requires local police officers to question people about their immigration status if there is reason to suspect they are illegal immigrants; allows lawsuits against government agencies that hinder enforcement of immigration laws; and makes it illegal to hire illegal immigrants for day labor or knowingly transport them.

Is it possible that Arizona now views “illegal,” as against the law?

Yet Barack Obama, America’s most misguided president to date, called the bill “misguided.” Clearly, Obama must consider restraining illegal immigrants, Los Zetas gang members, drug traffickers, and murdering interlopers, running amok in Arizona, unlawful.

Obama contends the “federal government must enact immigration reform at the national level — or leave the door open to “irresponsibility by others.” The Arizona Governor takes an oath to govern responsibly, follows through on the pledge, and is then called irresponsible by a President with a federal plan to rein in state-level renegades as if they were illegal immigrants.

Obama scolded Brewer saying, “That includes, for example, the recent efforts in Arizona, which threaten to undermine basic notions of fairness that we cherish as Americans, as well as the trust between police and their communities that is so crucial to keeping us safe.”

When Obama brings up fair and safe, is he referring to Robert Krentz the 58-year old rancher found shot to death on a family owned ranch, allegedly murdered by an illegal smuggler tied to a Mexican drug cartel?

Barry’s distorted views would be better expressed in a straightforward manner.  Obama should just come out and say, “Brewer’s Arizona law is unfair because it discourages illegal immigration, which directly threatens carefully planned election fraud for 2010 and 2012.”

Either way, while preparing for the impending deluge of derision, Jan Brewer can exasperate the likes of Tina Fey by refraining from playing the flute, as well as swearing off Delegate Lady shoes, lip-liner and Kazuo Kawasaki eyewear. But, above all else, the Arizona Governor should avoid being seen staring southward, toward Mexico from her house.

The Mensa Monologues – Pajamas Media – February 19, 2010

Originally posted at Pajamas Media

American playwright, performer, feminist, and activist Eve Ensler wrote and produced the The Vagina Monologues, an ode to the female … well, you know. Recently on The Joy Behar Show, Ensler shared the belief that a country giving fellow female Sarah Palin credibility is “insane.” This opinion comes from a woman whose claim to fame is making reverence to womanly sex organs an international event.

Apparently, genital expert Ensler does not venerate all women equally, because Eve degrades Sarah Palin to a level that would make Andrew Dice Clay proud.

An oddly fetching Ensler took the Behar opportunity to express how shocking it is that someone who believes in creationism, and dismisses global warming, would be taken seriously in politics.

Eve said, “I think the whole idea that [Palin] doesn’t believe in global warming is bizarre.” Eve, wasn’t it you who posed such probative questions as “if you could dress up your vagina, what would it wear?”

Joy responded to Eve’s global warming insights. She interjected with statements like, “Every scientist of any note believes in it, but Sarah Palin does not believe in it.” Neither well-versed woman mentioned “attempts to cover up flawed data … prevent access to climate data; and to keep research from climate skeptics out of the scientific literature.”

Whiz kid Eve Ensler shared earth mother musings that global warming is real because all one has to do is“walk around the world at this point and look at what is happening to nature and earthquakes and tsunamis and weather changes to just feel it.” Behar, who accused Sarah Palin of “playing fast and loose with the facts,” enthusiastically concurred.

Ensler, a sponsor of V-Day, a global initiative to end violence against woman, didn’t miss a beat when given the opportunity to verbally assail Sarah. The woman who wrote, produced, and performed in a Broadway show about female genitalia asked Joy: “Why are we giving her so much attention?” A nasally Behar responded, “I knaoooooow” — putting her in contention to participate in Ensler’s globally celebrated Vulva Choir.

Referring to Palin and the tea parties, Ensler asked the perplexed Joy Behar: “Why is anyone giving attention to people who really have a level of intelligence that really hasn’t evolved yet?” Talk about a media whore lacking self-awareness.

This isn’t the first time hunting adversary Eve Ensler harpooned Sarah Palin like a baby seal.  In her “Drill, Drill, Drill” post on the Huffington Post, the polar bear-loving Ensler shared brainy reasons for opposing a “nightmarish” Sarah. She wrote: “I have a particular thing for polar bears.  Maybe it’s their snowy whiteness or their bigness or the fact that … they live so comfortably on ice. Whatever it is, I need the polar bears.” (Gulp!)

Eve Ensler, a staunch proponent of evolution, also holds Sarah’s creationism views against the Fox News contributor.  According to Eve, Sarah’s lack of mental power can be traced directly to archaic religious convictions. In previous interviews the maven of outlandish “monologues” mentioned doltish Sarah “believes in God,” which choice advocate Ensler claimed is Sarah’s “private right.”

However, Ensler warned that Sarah Palin’s influence in politics threatens “God and guns coming together in the public sector, war declared in God’s name, the rights of women denied in His name, the end of separation of church and state and the undoing of everything America has ever tried to be.”

Ensler believes defending women is part of “one story,” but contends the uber feminine Palin is “antithetical to feminism.” In Ensler’s discriminatory world, the sisterhood parts ways when it comes to “saving the earth, ending racism, empowering women, giving young girls options, opening our minds, deepening tolerance and ending violence and war.” Ensler demonstrated not one of those values when presented with the irresistible opportunity to skewer Sarah Palin.

Ensler opined that Sarah and her “creators” put out “manipulative, distorted and illusory” information. She conveniently skirted pertinent facts when saying Palin does not believe women who are raped or victims of incest “have a right to determine whether they have their rapist’s baby or not.” She failed to mention that “1% of all abortions occur because of rape or incest, 6% for health reasons and 93% for social reasons like inconvenience or being unwanted.”

Behar retorted that Sarah’s rise to fame indicated “fascism” has moved in and that Sarah’s suggestion that Obama take a tougher stance with our nation’s enemies meant the former Alaskan governor believed in “going in and starting more wars.” Talk about conjecture. Ensler concurred but clarified: “I think it’s the whole mentality of being in the NRA, believing in drilling and shooting all those animals from a plane.”

Time and again Ensler mercilessly disparages Palin for killing caribou and wolves, and then vilifies Palin for her committed refusal to take human life.

Mentioning drilling, Behar said, “Drill baby drill … [I]sn’t that how her daughter got in trouble in the first place?”  “Trouble” in this case is defined as giving birth to a baby instead of disposing of it. Laughing along with Behar’s sneering audience, Ensler replied, “I thought it was abstinence myself.” Behar (rolling her eyes) cut in, “Oh yes, abstinence, that really works.” With that, “domestic drilling” specialist Ensler mockingly responded, “Oh, yes abstinence … a very successful technique.”

“Emotional creature” Eve Ensler works out deep-seated psychosexual issues on stage, abhorring the well-adjusted Sarah Palin. Palin seems very comfortable in her own skin, something Ensler purportedly encourages. Ensler admitted, “I have been a depressed person most of my life. I was always in the throes of self-hatred.” Which is precisely why Eve Ensler, preacher of female self-acceptance, and resentful women like Joy Behar are so irritated by the ebullient Sarah Palin.

The Truth about Trig, Tripp and Tim Tebow

Without a doubt, on Super Bowl Sunday, the liberal left will anoint football great Tim Tebow the second most despised person in America, exceeded only by Sarah Palin.  The Heisman trophy winner, together with the ex-governor of Alaska will bear the guilt for putting a human face on millions of aborted babies — none of whom the choice lobby care to acknowledge.

Just a few weeks ago, Down’s syndrome child Trig Palin a chubby, joyful toddler showed up alongside nephew Tripp on the InTouch Weekly cover. Like Trig, Tripp was spared from a biohazard bag when born to his teenage, unwed mother Bristol.  Adding insult to injury, the Sarah Palin story included the distasteful title, “We’re glad we chose life!”

Now, right in the middle of the Super Bowl, while Americans eating nachos and sipping beer anticipate raunchy Go Daddy commercials, pesky Tim Tebow and his obnoxious mother show up and spoil the party with an “anti-abortion commercial.”

First Sarah brings Trig and her pregnant, unwed daughter to the RNC convention.  Then, wild-eyed, religious fanatic Tim Tebow, together with Focus on the Family plan to ruin the fun by recounting the miraculous story of Tim’s birth.  If abortion activists fail to get the ad pulled from the Super Bowl ad line up, Pro-choice America may be forced to admit people actually do “Celebrate Family and Life” and Trig, Tripp and Tim prove it.

Given the option to choose death after being told her baby might be imperfect, Pam Tebow like Sarah, laid aside self-interest and chose to relinquish the role of God– both women chose life.  The result of that decision was a healthy newborn that grew into “one of the greatest college football players who ever lived.”  America doesn’t want to face a reality like that, especially when air time would better serve an ad for Victoria’s Secret.

Jembu Green, president of the NY-based Women’s Media Center feels, “An ad that uses sports to divide rather than unite has no place in the biggest national sports event of the year – an event designed to bring Americans together.”   Is it Jembu Green’s contention that dead fetuses somehow make a national sports event a unifying experience?

Tim’s nationally televised homage to his mother for letting him live must be stopped!  Why? Because Erin Matson, the Action VP for the National Organization for Women is offended. Matson expressed her opinion about the controversial ad by saying, “It is hate masquerading as love.  It sends a message that abortion is always a mistake.”  And who would know better than an abortion advocate like Ms. Matson about “love” and “masquerades”?  Isn’t Erin a representative of a group that promotes murder as choice?

Rest assured America, the only thing worse for pro-choicers than watching a pro-life ad on Super Bowl Sunday would be spotting Sarah Palin, Trig and Tripp in the crowd smiling and having a spectacular time.

The G.Q.uestion?


Katie Couric was so interested in Sarah Palin’s reading material that, in an effort to make her look foolish, the biased media news anchor implied Palin either didn’t or couldn’t read.  The left used the former Alaskan Governor’s irritated response to foster the premise that Sarah was nothing more than a dumb, gun toting, wild-eyed born again Christian whose reading material was limited to the back panel of a Lucky Charms cereal box.  Liberals are convinced that Sarah is dumb, if not dumber than G. W. Bush, whose reading material, or supposed lack there of, the left was also obsessed with.

All along, the implication and insinuation of the elite media has been that Conservatives, as a group, are intellectually challenged and lack both reading skills and cerebral pursuit.


On the other hand, Barack Obama is consistently portrayed as abundantly brainy and brilliant, quite unlike how the left depicts both Bush and Palin. Yet, perception of Obama’s intelligence is not based on his school records or even IQ because data that should be available to the public, to date,  remains a mystery. Nevertheless, a studious Barry recently carried reading material under his arm, lo and behold, his scholarly choice was none other than the December fantasy edition of GQ crowning Obama, for second year in a row, “Leader of the Year.”

Based on how he governs, the President obviously is a huge fan of The Little Engine that Could.   The events of the past year make it apparent that Obama spends most of his intellectual pursuit off time perusing page after page of stories and articles with fairy tale plots, which explains his affectionate attraction for GQ.  So, if reading material determines intelligence, maybe in the future Obama should pick publications that include facts, rather than pure fiction.

In lieu of having the opportunity to review documentation exposing Obama’s level of intelligence and based on the media’s own standard that what a person reads is the measure of superior or inferior brainpower, does Obama reading GQ’s year end edition effect the left’s opinion of the President’s intelligence level?  One thing for sure, Obama’s great intellect belies his lack of judgment and reticence by his repeated acceptance of unearned accolades.

Lest we forget, the “Leader of the Year” ran up the nation’s deficit, administrates over double-digit unemployment, proclaims a failed stimulus successful, and is attempting to socialize, by way of health care, 1/6th of the entire US economy.  He accepted a Nobel Peace prize he didn’t deserve and has dawdled for months about sending reinforcements to American troops in Afghanistan.   The GQ title should have been “Clueless of the Year,” with a picture of Barry and Alicia Silverstone.  A President so overtly enamored with himself may choose to read quarterly publications that laud his great accomplishments, but together with Conde Nast, Obama remains oblivious to the truth about what a poor, inexperienced, naïve, shoddy leader he really is.

Obama could use a one year anniversary intellectual challenge administered by official reading material inquisitor; Katie Couric who is just about due to schedule her next fawning dialogue with the President. Pressing the “reading material” point during the Genius-in-Chief’s interview, maybe Katie will set aside bias and shock the global journalistic nervous system by demonstrating the same level of intense consternation, confrontational concern and lack of civility she exhibited when interviewing Sarah Palin.  But I wouldn’t bet on it!

On behalf of all Americans, Katie Couric can find out why, in a time of war and economic hardship, a man of such exceptional and incomparable mental aptitude would be caught reading Gentlemen’s Quarterly with a picture of himself on the cover, or is his choice of reading material another indication of just how slow on the uptake Barack Obama actually is?

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