By The Right Scoop


Laura Ingraham and Ann Coulter took this segment to basically dismiss Sarah Palin as a serious potential candidate, suggesting that she really hasn’t dug deep into policy because she really isn’t that interested in it. They are both tired of the ongoing ‘tease’ and compared her to Newt Gingrich, who teased for 15 years just to have lackluster support when he actually ran. Coulter adds that Palin, with the poll numbers where they are, probably shouldn’t run because she just won’t have the voter base she’d need to be a serious candidate. Plus she’s ginning up all these people for her when they should be focusing on other candidates if she isn’t going to run:

Here’s the bottom line on where I stand. I can’t predict the future and I’ve not been in politics all that long like Coulter and Ingraham. But I just believe it’s foolish to dismiss Sarah Palin out of hand as these two did. I strongly believe she will be a force to be reckoned with when she jumps on the campaign trail. And from what I understand, she loves to be the underdog.

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Also, let me quote Dan Cleary from the last Karl Rove Post: “Bill Clinton didn’t announce his candidacy until October 3, 1991. Reagan waited until November 11, 1979. We know how those two campaigns worked out. Just a little historical perspective to keep in mind.”

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UPDATE: One more thing. As Ash Tillotson points out on Twitter, how does Coulter justify waiting on Christie but wants Palin to stop teasing? Sounds like she believes one candidate is worth waiting on…and one is not.

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  • http://joebrooks.me Joe Brooks

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  • Anonymous

    Exactly, RS! The presidential process is too long and it’s quite arrogant of Ingraham and Coulter to suggest to Palin how to run, or not run a campaign.

    BS

    • B-Funk

      Agreed. I see two possibilities. SP is acting as a lightning rod for the actual nominee to give them breathing room from the continuous attacks, or she is going to jump in like Reagan or Clinton did. Either way, I’m not terribly concerned about SP’s chances.

      • Anonymous

        You could not be more wrong, Palin is giving Palin some breathing room. This while Perry (Bachmann the never was is over and done) gets dismembered over his past record and statements. Romney, he only poses a threat to Romney, Sarah the Williwaw can brush him aside like any other mosquito.

        • B-Funk

          So I was only half wrong in your opinion.

    • Anonymous

      I wouldn’t take anything either of those two say at face value. They sound too much like jealous high school girls pissed that the new girl in town is getting all the attention. They both wore on me long ago. I’ve never seen or heard Coulter when she wasn’t hyperactive and giggling excitedly, seemingly infatuated with her own celebrity persona as the cute, clever funny girl. Ingraham doesn’t seem very insightful, and so her radio show is rather pedestrian and dull, more like an old T.V. variety show. I didn’t read her book, but the title, “Of Thee I Zing” sounds so stupid, you’d think it was purposely thought up to quickly find its way to the ‘bargain bin’.

      • Anonymous

        I just wanted to say that I really like yer post!

      • Anonymous

        Agreed with your post… only to say… Coulter makes a terrible pundit when shilling for her main man (Christie). Backhanded bitter sounding shill at that!

        Scoops words – “how does Coulter justify waiting on Christie but wants Palin to stop teasing? Sounds like she believes one candidate is worth waiting on…and one is not.”

        So I’ve always seen Coulter as just kooky when she tries to play in the alley with the big boys when it comes to picking winners and losers.

        But having said that, Coulter’s real strengths are her razor sharp insights into political and social culture. She should stick with that and leave prognosticating to more capable souls. And this coming from a huge Coulter fan.

      • Anonymous

        Agreed with your post… only to say… Coulter makes a terrible pundit when shilling for her main man (Christie). Backhanded bitter sounding shill at that!

        Scoops words – “how does Coulter justify waiting on Christie but wants Palin to stop teasing? Sounds like she believes one candidate is worth waiting on…and one is not.”

        So I’ve always seen Coulter as just kooky when she tries to play in the alley with the big boys when it comes to picking winners and losers.

        But having said that, Coulter’s real strengths are her razor sharp insights into political and social culture. She should stick with that and leave prognosticating to more capable souls. And this coming from a huge Coulter fan.

        • Anonymous

          Christie is not teasing. He has said over and over again that he’s not running, right from the get-go. There’s been no waiting and wondering — it’s a resounding NO. It’s Ann’s problem that she refuses to accept what he’s consistently said. You cannot compare the two.

          • Anonymous

            Actually I believe you are wrong… apparently Christie has been doing the tease thing as well.

            I seldom reference huffpo… but what the heck.
            http://www.huffingtonpost.com/social/Tom_in_FTL/chris-christie-president-2012_n_948401_106433589.html

            That’s what prognosticators do… like Coulter… they fly the flag for their favorite potential candidate, wait to see if a constituency builds, they water the precious seeds of their words, meetings start, momentum builds… and voila… a freshly minted candidate. But time will tell.

          • Anonymous

            Actually I believe you are wrong… apparently Christie has been doing the tease thing as well.

            I seldom reference huffpo… but what the heck.
            http://www.huffingtonpost.com/social/Tom_in_FTL/chris-christie-president-2012_n_948401_106433589.html

            That’s what prognosticators do… like Coulter… they fly the flag for their favorite potential candidate, wait to see if a constituency builds, they water the precious seeds of their words, meetings start, momentum builds… and voila… a freshly minted candidate. But time will tell.

          • Anonymous

            Actually I believe you are wrong… apparently Christie has been doing the tease thing as well.

            I seldom reference huffpo… but what the heck.
            http://www.huffingtonpost.com/social/Tom_in_FTL/chris-christie-president-2012_n_948401_106433589.html

            That’s what prognosticators do… like Coulter… they fly the flag for their favorite potential candidate, wait to see if a constituency builds, they water the precious seeds of their words, meetings start, momentum builds… and voila… a freshly minted candidate. But time will tell.

        • Anonymous

          Christie is not teasing. He has said over and over again that he’s not running, right from the get-go. There’s been no waiting and wondering — it’s a resounding NO. It’s Ann’s problem that she refuses to accept what he’s consistently said. You cannot compare the two.

        • Anonymous

          Christie is not teasing. He has said over and over again that he’s not running, right from the get-go. There’s been no waiting and wondering — it’s a resounding NO. It’s Ann’s problem that she refuses to accept what he’s consistently said. You cannot compare the two.

        • http://www.noneedforastinkingwebsite.com dow daytrader

          Ann has reached per “peter principle” with the Christie and Palin calls….BUT…Sarah is a bit of a drama queen cuz there is ALWAYS confusion and or controversy around every speaking engagement time/place/date or when she puts on her American History teacher hat on and speaks in run-on sentences.

          She is following Reagan’s path, notwithstanding the fact that things have changed in 30 years in the media cycle biz…AND she has now given tons of time for her RINO’s or weaker candidates to get traction.

          I think, in total, that she has blown the call, she should have announced in May and set up a shadow cabinet and been on permanent offense 24/7 against RINOs and OBAMA.

          I doubt she’s gonna make it unless she gets West or Cain as a VP. That shuts up the “race” issue against Obama, if he’s renominated.??

          • Anonymous

            Actually I think that the later one enters, the better the chances… as many of the early comers will have run out of gas… while Palin is still tanking up. Traction tends to decrease when a biggie enters … like Bachman when Perry entered. As for the perpetual controversy surrounding Palin… I just can’t buy the argument that it is Palin doing it. Whenever she sneezes… they go apesheit.

            I love Palin and would vote in a heartbeat. (I’m in Canada… so the next best is my vote going to Harper) But I do see her weaknesses… knowledge of foreign policy for example… and her incessantly shallow cliches. Yeah, Reagan use them too, but he had gravitas and substance. I hope she surprises us, she would be nuts not to have honed her knowledge in the meantime… the consensus group think media will swear up and down she hasn’t, but she had them running to history professors a while back… but who knows … maybe she has been in touch with Bolton about this. I’ve never heard anything negative about her from Bolton. As for West… with him on her ticket, the impact would floor America. Do they give hints as to running mates before the nomination? I’m still on my steep learning curve of American politics.

            Having said that… I like Newt… not because of his Character… but his understanding of how things work is stellar. But his other negatives will probably leave him in the dust.

    • Anonymous

      I wouldn’t take anything either of those two say at face value. They sound too much like jealous high school girls pissed that the new girl in town is getting all the attention. They both wore on me long ago. I’ve never seen or heard Coulter when she wasn’t hyperactive and giggling excitedly, seemingly infatuated with her own celebrity persona as the cute, clever funny girl. Ingraham doesn’t seem very insightful, and so her radio show is rather pedestrian and dull, more like an old T.V. variety show. I didn’t read her book, but the title, “Of Thee I Zing” sounds so stupid, you’d think it was purposely thought up to quickly find its way to the ‘bargain bin’.

  • Anonymous

    Sarah’s voice, it sounds like FREEDOM to me.
    Her voice is the sound of freedom, common sense solutions and reality.

    Ah Sarah! You make us sons-a-bitches proud.

    • Anonymous

      Us Hobbits too!!

      • Anonymous

        And in the end, the Hobbits won.

    • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

      and us racist terorists!!

      • Anonymous

        and us Barbarians too!!

        • B-Funk

          And us Troglodytes!

          • Anonymous

            And us zombies! :)

          • Anonymous

            And us zombies! :)

            • Anonymous

              Not to mention those of us with “reptile brains” and “sloping foreheads” who cling to our guns and religion.

              Those elite bastards making fun of us have never looked in the mirror.

              • http://www.facebook.com/people/Chris-Dias/1680711668 Chris Dias

                .. and all of the above!!

                • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1236140974 Kimberly Petrich

                  don’t forget us hate-filled fearmongering neo-con war loving xenophonic homophobes!

  • Anonymous

    Sarah’s voice, it sounds like FREEDOM to me.
    Her voice is the sound of freedom, common sense solutions and reality.

    Ah Sarah! You make us sons-a-bitches proud.

  • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

    She justifies waiting on LIBERAL Christie it because she is not an honest broker, sadly.

    What is so hard for them to understand about END OF SEPTEMBER? Ingraham has been mad ever since Palin endorsed a different candidate in the NH senate race. Palin’s pick won and beat Igrham’s pick.

    The truth is that more people care about Sarah Palin and what she thinks and does than care about Coulter and Ingrham combined and their egos can’t take it.

  • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

    She justifies waiting on LIBERAL Christie it because she is not an honest broker, sadly.

    What is so hard for them to understand about END OF SEPTEMBER? Ingraham has been mad ever since Palin endorsed a different candidate in the NH senate race. Palin’s pick won and beat Igrham’s pick.

    The truth is that more people care about Sarah Palin and what she thinks and does than care about Coulter and Ingrham combined and their egos can’t take it.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Thomas-A-Johnson/670911777 Thomas A Johnson

      Right on the money, Dan.

    • Anonymous

      I suspect you’re right about Ingraham. I detected a distinct mean streak in her a long time back, and it wouldn’t suprise me that she’d hold a grudge. On her radio show one day she threatened her boy friend, lest he back out of their planned marriage. She seemed to consider him nothing more than a slave whose only purpose was to give her kids, cater to all her wants, and keep his mouth shut. Boy, did the alarm bells go off in my head. Apparently he subsequently “flew the coop”, doing himself a big favor.

      • Anonymous

        She has a very mean streak and is extremely arrogant. It is offputting to say the least.

    • Anonymous

      Are you incapable of accepting ANY criticism of Mrs Palin. Is your allegiance so far entrenched up her s c r o t u m? that even when remarks from far right conservatives express an opinion you attribute it to ego polishing?

      How sad is that.

      • wodiej

        when someone has to use vulgarity to make a point, then their point is not worthy imo. If you are a far right conservative, then why do you object to Gov. Palin (she is not referred to Mrs. such as your wife)

        • Anonymous

          You are entitled to your opinion as I am to mine. My use of “vulgarity” was simply emphasise my point. There were much more coarser words I could have used but I chose something less vulgar (IMO)

          I refer to “Mrs” because that is respectful. She is indeed a married woman and I do not know her personally to refer to her as Sarah, unless I was expressing a response which required it.

          And, I am not a far right conservative… I am an independent and my objection to “FORMER” Governor Palin is purely political. If you wish to refer to her as Gov Palin that is your choice, but I assume you refer to Obama as President Obama? as a mark of your observant respect.

      • wodiej

        when someone has to use vulgarity to make a point, then their point is not worthy imo. If you are a far right conservative, then why do you object to Gov. Palin (she is not referred to Mrs. such as your wife)

      • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

        I never accept lies. When the day comes that I do, I will be dead.

      • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

        I never accept lies. When the day comes that I do, I will be dead.

      • Anonymous

        What is sad is that these two women are not doing their jobs. It is even sadder that they are this transparently insecure and narcissistic. I never liked Laura but I did like Ann quite a bit. Now I am just baffled by the things she says. She claims to love Reagan yet seems blind to the parallels between him and Palin.

  • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

    Ingrahm will end up supporting the Dream Act Gardisil kickback candidate.

    • Anonymous

      will you vote for Obama if Perry wins the primary?

      • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

        I will proudly stay home and go on vacation. You all can commit national suicide without me. Whether the suicide is FASTER with Obama, or SLOWER with Perry, it is still suicide and I will have no part in it.

        • Anonymous

          I’ll vote to keep Obama from a second term even if I have to vote for Obama-lite Perry. Let’s hope enough people wake up to what RINO Perry really is.

        • Anonymous

          I’ll vote to keep Obama from a second term even if I have to vote for Obama-lite Perry. Let’s hope enough people wake up to what RINO Perry really is.

          • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

            Right now the “conservative” elites on Fox and radio seem content to let Perry skate on every issue.

            • Anonymous

              I agree.

              • http://www.facebook.com/salvatore.anello Salvatore Anello

                If Perry is Obama-lite, then Romney is Obama’s twin brother.

                • http://www.facebook.com/people/Barbara-Haney/100000145161473 Barbara Haney

                  Perry’s Dream Act became Obama’s Dream Act. Romeny Care became Obama Care. Near as I can tell… the personalities differ but the policies all rape the American tax payer the same way.

                • Anonymous

                  No, Romneycare is the father of Obamacare.

                • http://www.facebook.com/salvatore.anello Salvatore Anello

                  Oh yeah, Dreams of My Father.

                • Anonymous

                  LOL

                • Anonymous

                  LOL

              • B-Funk

                Absolutely.

            • Anonymous

              I agree.

            • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_MLOPAEMD2GZK6XSTJK4GENKXFM netster007x

              Sarah Palin is a “conservative elite on Fox”.

          • http://twitter.com/cfallon57 Cheryl Fallon

            Let’s hope enough people wake up to what O is like and vote him out of office.

          • http://twitter.com/cfallon57 Cheryl Fallon

            Let’s hope enough people wake up to what O is like and vote him out of office.

        • Anonymous

          I’ll vote to keep Obama from a second term even if I have to vote for Obama-lite Perry. Let’s hope enough people wake up to what RINO Perry really is.

        • Anonymous

          Dan, I implore you, please do not sit out voting for Anybody But Obama. If you cannot foresee what Obama could do unfettered in a 2nd term, you do not see the big picture. Or, maybe your situation has you sheltered from the reality of what we face. Please put aside your personal wishes, and vote to stop the transformation of America the Progressives have been orchestrating for decades. Please.

          • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

            Sybilll, I used to think exactly like you. I would walk the streets and work the ground for the GOP. If people can’t see what the GOP has become, then there is no hope. We had the White House, Senate, and House, and the Republicans grew government, tried to pass amnesty, left the border wide open, cozied up to wall street and big oil, passed a new entitlement, and were generally incompetent.

            I will never vote for a guy who accused people of “putting woman’s lives in danger” because we opposed his Gardisil scheme. I don’t see how any conservative can.

            Apparently it is open season on Palin and her supporters. So logically that means that the Republican party no longer wants me. Sure they want my money, vote, and hard work, but beyond that they want me to sit down and shut up. They don’t care about me or my family.

            Better than Obama? Sure. The bum on the street I gave 20 bucks to last week would be better than Obama, so that is not saying much.

            I have been called every name in the book by fellow “conservatives” simply because I stand up for a woman that has done nothing but help our cause. Good luck turning this country around without me, because I will not waste my energy and money any longer on slow national suicide Republicans. I have better things to do if the GOP wants to stay the part of crony capitalism.

            • Anonymous

              I feel the same Dan C. I will not vote for another lying politician who doesn’t walk their talk.

      • Anonymous

        Nope, but may just not vote. I have had a gut full of these good old southern boy hail fellow well met politicians smiling, kissing babies and stabbing America in the back. Perry’s true record would make any leftie proud, what he now says and what he has done in the past are 180 degrees out..

    • Mark Smith

      People are willing to completely ignore Rick Perry’s legal reform success in Texas after crying there is no legal reform ever discussed in DC, nor one word of legal reform in ObamaCare. Sad.

    • Mark Smith

      People are willing to completely ignore Rick Perry’s legal reform success in Texas after crying there is no legal reform ever discussed in DC, nor one word of legal reform in ObamaCare. Sad.

    • Mark Smith

      People are willing to completely ignore Rick Perry’s legal reform success in Texas after crying there is no legal reform ever discussed in DC, nor one word of legal reform in ObamaCare. Sad.

  • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

    Ingrahm will end up supporting the Dream Act Gardisil kickback candidate.

  • Anonymous

    Ann has been spending too much time with O’Reilly and Christie.

  • Anonymous

    Ann has been spending too much time with O’Reilly and Christie.

    • http://twitter.com/rae4palin rae4palin

      That’s funny!

    • Anonymous

      Is it just me or does Ann Coulter have issues with strong women? Strong men candidates she loves, but propose a strong woman candidate and she loathes them, hmmm?

      • Anonymous

        I think there could be a cat fight if Palin and Coulter were locked in a room together. I’m certainly NOT suggesting that such an event should take place. However, if such a thing is scheduled make sure I’m informed because I want to wager on it. My good angel tells me to hope that nobody slips any cat nip into their respective cups of tea!!!

    • Anonymous

      I would also add that actions speak louder than prominently wearing a crucifix around one’s neck…

    • Anonymous

      I would also add that actions speak louder than prominently wearing a crucifix around one’s neck…

  • http://twitter.com/victoria_29 victoria_29

    Let me point out a couple of Facts #1 Palin is no Bill Clinton-Bill Clinton was a successful (whether you like him or not) sitting Governor not a quitter with immense personal charm & did not have a voice that grates on the nerves of many. Fact #2 Palin is damn sure no Reagan…once again Reagan as successful Governor-NOT a quitter. Most Americans do not care about FB & Twitter-period-that is where palin’s support is. Bottom line I wish she would jump in & lose 3rd strike (& yes hon this will be her 3rd Loss) & she is irrelevant & we never have to hear that chalk on a board voice again.

    • Anonymous

      You may ridicule her voice but not her policies. Apparently you know nothing about them.

    • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

      Clinton had immense personal charm? Maybe if you’re wearing a blue dress. Sarah may have a voice, when loud, yes, grates on nerves- but as far as quality and character, she is hard to beat. As for the quitting thing, that’s getting awfully old.

    • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

      Clinton had immense personal charm? Maybe if you’re wearing a blue dress. Sarah may have a voice, when loud, yes, grates on nerves- but as far as quality and character, she is hard to beat. As for the quitting thing, that’s getting awfully old.

      • http://www.facebook.com/people/Barbara-Haney/100000145161473 Barbara Haney

        Near as I can tell, no Cuban Cigars in Palin’s past.

    • Anonymous

      Victoria
      1- You are right Sarah is no Bill Clinton, she has morals, and is not owned by anyone, I wonder how Bill likes being owned by Obama,
      2- Sarah resigned, but it is evident from your post that you either cannot read, or you just do not posses the intelligence to comprehend why she had to resign.
      3- The truth is, you are irrelevant, not Sarah Palin. I bet on your best day you could not get 10 people to come and hear what you have to say.
      4- It is not the sound of the voice that makes the difference it is what it says.
      We already have a fine sounding so called president. He is destroying your America.

      Sorry Victoria, you just do not get it.

      • http://www.facebook.com/people/Thomas-A-Johnson/670911777 Thomas A Johnson

        I think suffers from the same jealousy which eats up Ann and Laura. Laura is the utmost in self promotion and Sarah outshines her by about 3 points on the Richter scale (that would be 1000 times as much).

      • Anonymous

        Slick likes Obama just fine, after all he pimped Hillary out to Obama.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_EAEGFF5SMZSVAQDM2YJZNN2WGM vicar7

        REHLV Great clarity tyvm

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_EAEGFF5SMZSVAQDM2YJZNN2WGM vicar7

        REHLV Great clarity tyvm

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_EAEGFF5SMZSVAQDM2YJZNN2WGM vicar7

        REHLV Great clarity tyvm

    • Anonymous

      We agree on one thing, I hope she jumps in also :)

    • Anonymous

      Interesting that all you remember about Clinton is his “immense personal charm”!

      • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

        Personal charm. Thats one way to put it! lol

      • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

        Personal charm. Thats one way to put it! lol

      • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

        Personal charm. Thats one way to put it! lol

        • Anonymous

          LOL!

        • Anonymous

          LOL!

        • Anonymous

          Yeah! That left quite a stain! LOL!

          • http://www.facebook.com/people/Barbara-Haney/100000145161473 Barbara Haney

            Maybe it is Monica under a pseudonym?

        • Anonymous

          Yeah! That left quite a stain! LOL!

    • http://twitter.com/JD777 JD777

      Get back under your bridge….

    • Anonymous

      Vicky, FYI is attached, take the time to view.
      http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=8438833120507357139#

    • Anonymous

      Aaaaaaaahahahahahahaha!

    • Anonymous

      Aaaaaaaahahahahahahaha!

    • Anonymous

      Aaaaaaaahahahahahahaha!

    • Anonymous

      Ah yes, Bill “ah feel your pain” Clinton. The man who liked to use young women as cigar holders. What a guy.

      Let’s see if I remember correctly…. was Monica his third “conquest” or his fourth? Hmmm. Paula Jones… Gennifer Flowers… wasn’t there some other victim as well? Besides Monica I mean.

    • Anonymous

      Ah yes, Bill “ah feel your pain” Clinton. The man who liked to use young women as cigar holders. What a guy.

      Let’s see if I remember correctly…. was Monica his third “conquest” or his fourth? Hmmm. Paula Jones… Gennifer Flowers… wasn’t there some other victim as well? Besides Monica I mean.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Thomas-A-Johnson/670911777 Thomas A Johnson

      Ann is smart and hot, but she doesn’t get in the game. She just talks and most of the time I like it and thinks she is funny too. However, Sarah is smart and hot and playing for keeps in the big leagues. And winning. That drives Ann bonkers. Laura too I suspect.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Thomas-A-Johnson/670911777 Thomas A Johnson

      Ann is smart and hot, but she doesn’t get in the game. She just talks and most of the time I like it and thinks she is funny too. However, Sarah is smart and hot and playing for keeps in the big leagues. And winning. That drives Ann bonkers. Laura too I suspect.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Barbara-Haney/100000145161473 Barbara Haney

      *Sigh* The rats cleaned out of the house always remember the evil house keeper that kicked them to the curb. When you fight corruption… you don’t make friends. It is a thankless task.

    • Anonymous

      Uh, you seem to forget that ole Slick was voted out of the governor’s office, reduced to stopping strangers on Little Rock streets whinning why didn’t they love him anymore. He finally had to have shrink treatment to pull hisself together again.

      And ole Slick was a habitual lying, coniving SOB who got impeached. But he was your ideal boy, right?

    • Anonymous

      Let me point out a couple of facts. You are a Perry troll that has infested all of the blogs spewing your lies.

    • Anonymous

      Let me point out a couple of facts. You are a Perry troll that has infested all of the blogs spewing your lies.

  • Anonymous

    When two chicks that once dated the same guy come together, you can bet they have something in common!!

  • Anonymous

    Not to mention giving advice on fishing … To a commercial fisherman’s wife! ;)

  • http://twitter.com/ningrim jose cuervo

    Ingraham has this awful lecturing manner about her.

    And she is obsessed with China, which as Mark Steyn says, will get old before it gets powerful.

    We need to stop worrying about China’s policies and fix our own.

  • http://twitter.com/ningrim jose cuervo

    Ingraham has this awful lecturing manner about her.

    And she is obsessed with China, which as Mark Steyn says, will get old before it gets powerful.

    We need to stop worrying about China’s policies and fix our own.

  • Anonymous

    Exactly RS. Since Coulter is obviously disingenuous, what is her motive to attack Palin? Especially when Palin embodies precisely what Coulter claims to purport as conservatism???

  • Anonymous

    Exactly RS. Since Coulter is obviously disingenuous, what is her motive to attack Palin? Especially when Palin embodies precisely what Coulter claims to purport as conservatism???

  • Anonymous

    Well it looks like both of these women will be asked back to FOX. They did their Palin bashing today, and of course used polls that were manipulated against Sarah. The last time I looked at the FOX NATION POLL, asking the question if Sarah should run, it was a plus 70%. Oops, just checked and that poll is gone. No mention of it anywhere.

    I am very disappointed that these women can be so blindly lead around by the nose. Are they in wonder wonder land. Palin will landslide republican convention, and beat the hell out of Obama.

  • Anonymous

    Well it looks like both of these women will be asked back to FOX. They did their Palin bashing today, and of course used polls that were manipulated against Sarah. The last time I looked at the FOX NATION POLL, asking the question if Sarah should run, it was a plus 70%. Oops, just checked and that poll is gone. No mention of it anywhere.

    I am very disappointed that these women can be so blindly lead around by the nose. Are they in wonder wonder land. Palin will landslide republican convention, and beat the hell out of Obama.

  • Anonymous

    Well it looks like both of these women will be asked back to FOX. They did their Palin bashing today, and of course used polls that were manipulated against Sarah. The last time I looked at the FOX NATION POLL, asking the question if Sarah should run, it was a plus 70%. Oops, just checked and that poll is gone. No mention of it anywhere.

    I am very disappointed that these women can be so blindly lead around by the nose. Are they in wonder wonder land. Palin will landslide republican convention, and beat the hell out of Obama.

  • Anonymous

    Well it looks like both of these women will be asked back to FOX. They did their Palin bashing today, and of course used polls that were manipulated against Sarah. The last time I looked at the FOX NATION POLL, asking the question if Sarah should run, it was a plus 70%. Oops, just checked and that poll is gone. No mention of it anywhere.

    I am very disappointed that these women can be so blindly lead around by the nose. Are they in wonder wonder land. Palin will landslide republican convention, and beat the hell out of Obama.

  • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

    I agree with you Scoop. As far as knowing about American politics, I haven’t a thing on these two ladies at all. That said, Laura Ingraham lost me a long time ago, and as far as Ann, I do like her wit and sarcasm, but really, isn’t she the GOP doll? She’s always seemed to be for the straight GOP guy, and, good point on the waiting on Christie thing too. Yes, it is maddening to wait with baited breath to know for sure from Sarah whether she’ll run or not, but I think a lot of people would get very excited if they knew for sure she was. We need difference, we need non conformist, we need someone who knows what’s right. We need someone who is not afraid to speak the truth. Sarah, to me, fits all that. But… I can’t vote, so I guess I am speaking on wishful thinking only, and not as someone who can really vote their conscience.

    • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

      Those two ladies don’t know any more than you, trust me.

      • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

        Aw…. sweet! :-)

    • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

      Those two ladies don’t know any more than you, trust me.

  • http://twitter.com/rae4palin rae4palin

    More future road under the Palin bus.

  • http://twitter.com/rae4palin rae4palin

    More future road under the Palin bus.

  • http://twitter.com/rae4palin rae4palin

    Fun historical fact: Coulter used to date Bill Maher. Eeewww

    • Anonymous

      Oh, say it isn’t so!!! Now THAT”S p******** incorrect. That’s an afront to nature.

    • Anonymous

      Oh, say it isn’t so!!! Now THAT”S p******** incorrect. That’s an afront to nature.

    • Anonymous

      Oh, say it isn’t so!!! Now THAT”S p******** incorrect. That’s an afront to nature.

      • Anonymous

        She still stands by Maher today, says he is her long time loyal and true friend. Ugh, BARF.

        • Anonymous

          Now there’s a cute couple – Popeye and Olive Oyl

          • Anonymous

            Ther DOES seem to be a weird kinda pattern taking shape:
            Ann Coulture – Olive Oyl
            Bill Maher – Popeye
            Chris Cristie – Bluto
            (Her previous infatuation for Mitt Romney doesn’t seem to fit the pattern, but that could of been an adolescent fantasy, a “Mr. Pibbs Goes To Washington” sort of thing)

    • Anonymous

      I’ve heard that but I wasn’t sure it was true. I really have to question the “conservative” credentials – not to mention the mental stability – of any woman who would date him.

    • Anonymous

      I’ve heard that but I wasn’t sure it was true. I really have to question the “conservative” credentials – not to mention the mental stability – of any woman who would date him.

    • Anonymous

      Thank God they didn’t procreate.

      • Anonymous

        I have a distinct feeling Ann isn’t into procreating, especially so with men.

  • Anonymous

    Ann and Laura attack Palin because she has loyal supporters. Now THAT is an absurd position!

    • Anonymous

      I think you put your finger on the ugly truth, right from their own mouths: (paraphrasing) “Sarah’s O.K., but her fans are a bunch of unsophisticated, out of control idiots”. The stench of elitism is unmistakable, illustrating how a little publicity and popularity tends to convince some of possessing a wit and wisdom that in no way comports with reality. Isn’t that the definition of ‘delusional’?

  • Anonymous

    I wonder if these two ‘ladies’ have listened to their own voices. One is extremely nasal, the other’s is condescending and GRATING!

  • Anonymous

    I think Ann C. is looking for a new demographic. Daddy no-likee.

    • Anonymous

      Chubby-chasing??

  • Eve

    Lately, Coulter, Ingraham, Rove, Morris, Krauthhammer, to name a few – seem to have made their choice and say everything negative about the ones they don’t want. Rove and Morris have even seemed to play “set up” games with the media. I almost wonder if Palin is doing it on purpose for not only the left’s benefit but for the dis-tractors who can’t take the wait on the right, which is kinda funny in it’s own little way. I wouldn’t count her out either and if she does decide to run, the poll numbers would jump quite a bit her way from all the candidates in the run now.

  • Anonymous

    I don’t think either one of them knows a damn thing about Sarah Palin, and what her chances are. Coulter should stick to schmoozing her hero, Chris Christie.

  • http://twitter.com/SumErgoMonstro The Monster

    I don’t understand these people who say Palin’s light on policy. She’s been cranking out policy pieces for years, but since she posts them to her Facebook page, the elites just ignore them.

    • Anonymous

      Agreed. Sarah is the one candidate who has been out front on all the major issues – unlike someone like Romney who prefers to stick his finger in the wind and wait until the last minute to speak out.

    • Anonymous

      Agreed. Sarah is the one candidate who has been out front on all the major issues – unlike someone like Romney who prefers to stick his finger in the wind and wait until the last minute to speak out.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mike-Florey/100002543536293 Mike Florey

      You’re right, monster. Mrs. Palin turned out a very sophisticated foreign policy brief last week. She’s not a policy lightweight in my book.

    • Anonymous

      The Palin haters never read or listen to anything Palin has written or said. They just regurgitate the LSM meme that she is a vapid, stupid and uneducated snowbilly.

      If the ones they want to run had a governing record one tenth as good as the stellar one Palin has, they would be saying they were the best administrators and smartest people on the planet.

  • http://twitter.com/SumErgoMonstro The Monster

    I don’t understand these people who say Palin’s light on policy. She’s been cranking out policy pieces for years, but since she posts them to her Facebook page, the elites just ignore them.

  • http://twitter.com/SumErgoMonstro The Monster

    I don’t understand these people who say Palin’s light on policy. She’s been cranking out policy pieces for years, but since she posts them to her Facebook page, the elites just ignore them.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mike-Florey/100002543536293 Mike Florey

    So much angst. So much sturm and drang. Sounds to me like “a candidate hasn’t announced when we wanted her to, so she can’t be viable “.
    Put out a saucer of milk for these two.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mike-Florey/100002543536293 Mike Florey

    So much angst. So much sturm and drang. Sounds to me like “a candidate hasn’t announced when we wanted her to, so she can’t be viable “.
    Put out a saucer of milk for these two.

  • Anonymous

    Laura Ingraham has turned into a Bill O’Reilly hack…she should be ashamed.
    Gov. Palin won’t go on their show, because BOR is so obnoxious, and this is the immature way to get her back. Grow up, Laura.
    She and Coulter should be applauding Sarah’s guts in exposing Obama and the whole corrupt system over the weekend.

  • http://twitter.com/luvmy3suns Melodi Westergren

    Good point regarding Ann waiting on Christie’s bid. Someone should tweet that to her. Her fawning over the guy is no less nauseating than any Palin fan. I felt she lost credibility when she supported Christie, but when she made the ridiculous statement that he is the only one who can beat Obama I refused to take her seriously anymore. Christie is barely even a Republican, let alone a conservative one. Not to mention, he’s been playing coy all along. I guess he’s allowed to do that, huh, Ann. Palin told everyone when she would announce, which is still way ahead of the deadline. What is the advantage for her to jump in any earlier? NONE. Is there something going on at Fox that has turned these two into harpies?

    • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

      has anyone noticed that when Christie cried out for aid to New Jersey for the flooding (not making light of those who have lost so much or had so much damage- just the chief) obama didn’t hesitate about coming there? I’m not a Perry fan, but Perry has had about as much or more damage due to the wildfires, yet dear leader has done nothing there.

    • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

      has anyone noticed that when Christie cried out for aid to New Jersey for the flooding (not making light of those who have lost so much or had so much damage- just the chief) obama didn’t hesitate about coming there? I’m not a Perry fan, but Perry has had about as much or more damage due to the wildfires, yet dear leader has done nothing there.

  • http://twitter.com/luvmy3suns Melodi Westergren

    Good point regarding Ann waiting on Christie’s bid. Someone should tweet that to her. Her fawning over the guy is no less nauseating than any Palin fan. I felt she lost credibility when she supported Christie, but when she made the ridiculous statement that he is the only one who can beat Obama I refused to take her seriously anymore. Christie is barely even a Republican, let alone a conservative one. Not to mention, he’s been playing coy all along. I guess he’s allowed to do that, huh, Ann. Palin told everyone when she would announce, which is still way ahead of the deadline. What is the advantage for her to jump in any earlier? NONE. Is there something going on at Fox that has turned these two into harpies?

  • http://twitter.com/ajroo alec russo

    Ann has lost it. She talks about Christie, the RINO, like he is the second coming yet bashes Palin while she sits in the same position as the NJ Governor in regards to running for President. Her blatant double standard for Palin is almost liberal like. Im not sure what has gotten into her but i dont like it.

    You can tell nothing from polls at this point. Obama could be up 30 points on every challenger and it means squat. Lets stop allowing pundits to tell us how to pick a candidate.

    • Anonymous

      Ann Coulter – gadfly extraoidinarie

    • Anonymous

      Ann Coulter – gadfly extraoidinarie

  • Anonymous

    This display was two catty jealous women, of Sarah Palin they were wrong on Sarahs lack of policy, she has been in the forefront, they were wrong about the poll they sighted. They were both vicious, and had the long knives out, and these two morons call themselves Conservatives?

  • Anonymous

    This display was two catty jealous women, of Sarah Palin they were wrong on Sarahs lack of policy, she has been in the forefront, they were wrong about the poll they sighted. They were both vicious, and had the long knives out, and these two morons call themselves Conservatives?

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_2DLOJFOMLIL46FDTTKPNNMDTG4 Bette

    More yada, yada from the Republican establishment. The more than pan her, the more I know that she would make a difference. Remember you heard it hear first, none of the above will make a difference enough to change the trajectory of this country. Sarah changed Alaska’s trajectory and she would do the same for the nation. All others pale in her shadow.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_2DLOJFOMLIL46FDTTKPNNMDTG4 Bette

    More yada, yada from the Republican establishment. The more than pan her, the more I know that she would make a difference. Remember you heard it hear first, none of the above will make a difference enough to change the trajectory of this country. Sarah changed Alaska’s trajectory and she would do the same for the nation. All others pale in her shadow.

  • jones.barry

    I too once had a political crush on Sarah Palin. And now I’m over it. If she was serious about running, she’d declare. Everybody else is in the pool- what is she waiting for?

    • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

      Are you hard of hearing? She said end of September.

    • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

      Are you hard of hearing? She said end of September.

      • http://twitter.com/cfallon57 Cheryl Fallon

        Palin: That is still a possibility for a timetable. Yes, definitely.

        Definitely it is possible-possible isn’t a definitive term is it?

      • kessi7

        may I seize this opportunity to speak to all Palin Lovers like me> We will be tempted to call her bashers names, we are only losing potential votes. I am willing to give my ego for the sake of tthis nation though I dont live in it, lets work hard for every vote, even those that seem completely lost. Its the price we pay for the flag, like the insults Sarah takes for the cause… do I get an amen somebody?

    • David Robertson

      I think it is smart to wait. As much as I like the candidates, I’m not sure our next President has entered the race.

      1. Waiting is cheaper–miss all the crap that doesn’t matter and still costs money, like an Iowa straw poll (sorry Iowans. love ya)
      2. These cycles are long. The longer you stay out, the less roller coaster polls and gaff clean up needed. Also, since it is a long cycle, you avoid voter fatigue. That’s why Presidential candidates take so long to announce VP’s–because it helps bump the polls and refresh their voters/supporters. Besides, look what waiting did for Perry? He busted up a double digit lead on Romney because he is “the new guy”.
      3. The big money is on the sidelines. Do and spend only what you have to for winning the Primary. Save the big $$ for going against Obama. Everyone knows that.

      Look, these two are just pontificating and going about their punditry because they need news cycles. It’s just no fun for them to have Sarah Palin go out there and tease. It drives them nuts. She’s living rent free in all their minds. Sarah is showing skill I wasn’t aware she had. Very proud of her.

      • Anonymous

        She is showing fiscal responsibility…hahaha. It is really quite brilliant. Why should she announce to placate a bunch of whiners when it is more beneficial for her to wait?

    • Todd Underwood

      Dead fish to rise to the top.

    • http://twitter.com/Super_Sachiko Jasmine Clark

      i LOVE her, am 100% certain she will run, and even i am saying, i don’t know what she’s waitng on anymore and hopes she jumps in soon. well she said it would be in september.

    • Anonymous

      She’s waiting for the chlorine to take out the weak ones, then she’ll chew up the rest. They don’t call her Sarah Barracuda for nothing.

      • http://twitter.com/cfallon57 Cheryl Fallon

        Actually, I believe she has that reputation from things other than her politics-you might want to read up on why her ratings dropped from 80% approval to the low 50’s before she stepped down…it wasn’t just losing the election or the perception of her while running with McCain…find out what Alaskans think of her.

        • Anonymous

          troll

        • Anonymous

          troll

        • Anonymous

          troll

    • Anonymous

      I flirted with joining the “she can’t win” crowd after what I thought was a weak speech at the Reagan Library. I got over it.

      She’s waiting on the date she stated that she’d tell everyone. It’s not something you need to be an insider to know.

  • jones.barry

    I too once had a political crush on Sarah Palin. And now I’m over it. If she was serious about running, she’d declare. Everybody else is in the pool- what is she waiting for?

  • jones.barry

    I too once had a political crush on Sarah Palin. And now I’m over it. If she was serious about running, she’d declare. Everybody else is in the pool- what is she waiting for?

  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/EU5DQWQTTHTPO4A4ZYSL3AAV2U Adjoran

    1979 was an era ago, campaigns started later.

    Clinton was able to get in successfully late in 1991 because all the major contenders had already taken themselves out of the race, seeing Bush’s early-year popularity after Desert Storm.

    If these are the reasons Palin can start late against a potent field now, they are weak tea indeed.

    Her bigger problem is that all the heavy-hitter organizers, fundraiser/bundlers, consultants, volunteer coordinators, pollsters, and experienced staffers are already working for others – they couldn’t afford to sit out the cycle based on her possibly running.

    Yeah, I know, her fans think she can do anything, including overcome negatives no one else ever has. Right. Dream on.

    • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

      Do you listen? Sarah Palin has said numerous times thats he is not interested in courting those big donors. Ya know, like the wall street crooks that buried this country? She will not be beholden to anyone, except the people, not big monied interests.

    • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

      Do you listen? Sarah Palin has said numerous times thats he is not interested in courting those big donors. Ya know, like the wall street crooks that buried this country? She will not be beholden to anyone, except the people, not big monied interests.

    • Anonymous

      Don’t underestimate Sarah’s fans. We are determined to work harder than anybody else to get her elected should she decide to run in 2012. We don’t think of her as some kind of superwoman, but she’s someone we believe is the best person out there for the job of President.

    • Anonymous

      Don’t underestimate Sarah’s fans. We are determined to work harder than anybody else to get her elected should she decide to run in 2012. We don’t think of her as some kind of superwoman, but she’s someone we believe is the best person out there for the job of President.

    • Anonymous

      Don’t underestimate Sarah’s fans. We are determined to work harder than anybody else to get her elected should she decide to run in 2012. We don’t think of her as some kind of superwoman, but she’s someone we believe is the best person out there for the job of President.

      • Anonymous

        Amen!

    • David Robertson

      While I agree that it has become almost financially impossible to run these days while not selling yourself to the big donors and bundlers, I think she’ll give it a try. I believe that her grassroots organizations out there that currently support her will be lucrative…question is how lucrative.

      With that said, if she ran–even in early October–and blew the polls up, the money would switch horses. Money may be somewhat committed at this point, but the big money doesn’t really roll until the primaries become much clearer.

      • Anonymous

        David, I think you nailed it on this one. The reason why she is holding back as long as she can could be because of finances. On the other hand, to quote her she does not want to be beholden to anybody – meaning big donors – because she is not for sale.

      • Anonymous

        I will give the max.

        • Anonymous

          Me too. Plus I intend to be a bundler. I have plenty of people lined up. I’m sitting on go.

        • Anonymous

          Me too. Plus I intend to be a bundler. I have plenty of people lined up. I’m sitting on go.

      • Anonymous

        I will give the max.

      • Anonymous

        I will give the max.

    • Todd Underwood

      If, and I’ll give you the if, where do all the money and conservative talent turn to if she does win the nomination?

      • http://twitter.com/n4cerinc N4CER

        The same place they all turned to when McCain won the nomination.

    • Anonymous

      You are assuming (sorry, I should use “dreaming”, since that’s term you used) she has nothing in place already, though. She already has the makings of a campaign staff with experienced pros involved.

      And those high-quality vids didn’t just crank themselves out. Nor did that bus just magically appear.

    • Anonymous

      She has already said she has no use for all the usual “heavy-hitter organizers, fundraiser/bundlers, consultants, pollsters, and experienced staffers.” She has or will have her own experienced staffers and an army of volunteers ready to go. She will be well funded by millions of supporters and maybe a few millionaires who have no strings attached to their donation. She’s always been a top fundraiser herself for other causes…she can do the same for herself. She also has been very frugal in spending her money and can rely on free media coverage every time she does or says anything, anywhere, for any reason.

      Her “negatives” are all media created, and she will correct the image during a campaign. That’s what campaigns are for.

      Sarah can start late because she has nearly 100% name recognition. Her opponents are also taking themselves out one by one, making her job easier and much less expensive.

      She’ll do fine.

      • http://twitter.com/MinneMike Michael Wiley

        Why is it that Sarah’s detractors are trying to push a “now or never” agenda while her supporters are pleased to wait for her decision?

        • Anonymous

          Sarah wants Perry vetted. If she jumps in he won’t be. The establishment doesn’t want him vetted. It’s that simple.
          The establishment has been throwing a different flavor of the month at us hoping that someone will stick as they know Romney is a false favorite because of Romneycare. The establishment is totally insane over a President Palin. Read your history. They did the same thing to Reagan. Same thing, different year.

      • http://twitter.com/MinneMike Michael Wiley

        Why is it that Sarah’s detractors are trying to push a “now or never” agenda while her supporters are pleased to wait for her decision?

    • Anonymous

      Palin said in her speech in Iowa this Saturday, “Like you I can’t be bought.” She isn’t into “crony capitalism” and will only take donations from We the People. That way she will not be beholden to anyone but “We the People.” Comprende? That is another reason why she is getting in later, to conserve the people’s money.

  • Anonymous

    Great points, Right Scoop. There is, indeed, room for another candidate or two and there is time as you pointed out about Clinton and Reagan. Coulter and Ingraham are wrong and Ann’s choice of “Fish or Cut Bait” isn’t original. The “so called” conservatives were fretting over Reagan back in the day using the same term then. Interesting.

  • Anonymous

    Great points, Right Scoop. There is, indeed, room for another candidate or two and there is time as you pointed out about Clinton and Reagan. Coulter and Ingraham are wrong and Ann’s choice of “Fish or Cut Bait” isn’t original. The “so called” conservatives were fretting over Reagan back in the day using the same term then. Interesting.

  • Anonymous

    Look. She’s already shown that she makes her own rules. She won’t be swayed by these two wonderful conservative babes’ comments. Coulter especially has always gone her own way. They need to be throwing out support even if she hasn’t announced just to keep up the encouragement to announce. Sarah Palin is the ONLY one that can muster the voters like they are going to have to be mustered. The lackluster field that we have now just DO NOT HAVE IT. And by ‘it’, I mean “IT”. You know what I mean.

  • Anonymous

    Look. She’s already shown that she makes her own rules. She won’t be swayed by these two wonderful conservative babes’ comments. Coulter especially has always gone her own way. They need to be throwing out support even if she hasn’t announced just to keep up the encouragement to announce. Sarah Palin is the ONLY one that can muster the voters like they are going to have to be mustered. The lackluster field that we have now just DO NOT HAVE IT. And by ‘it’, I mean “IT”. You know what I mean.

  • Anonymous

    Look. She’s already shown that she makes her own rules. She won’t be swayed by these two wonderful conservative babes’ comments. Coulter especially has always gone her own way. They need to be throwing out support even if she hasn’t announced just to keep up the encouragement to announce. Sarah Palin is the ONLY one that can muster the voters like they are going to have to be mustered. The lackluster field that we have now just DO NOT HAVE IT. And by ‘it’, I mean “IT”. You know what I mean.

  • http://twitter.com/luvmy3suns Melodi Westergren

    I’ve noticed Ace is on a rant about this on Twitter. His anti-Palin whining is no less annoying than Palin’s uberfans. I am not one to “defend” Palin because she does not need it, but I am sick and tired of people’s gratuitous attacks on her because of her popularity. Address her positions on issues or risk becoming irrelevant as a conservative/right leaning pundit. Those like Ann, Laura, Rove, Morris, etc. are fast becoming like the lefties whom they have enjoyed “smacking down”. I, for one, believe Palin will choose to do what she truly believes is what is best for the country.

    • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

      “Ace” has a serious immaturity problem.

      • Anonymous

        Ace has a woman problem. He doesn’t like women running for office. I’m not going to say he’s sexist because that would play right into his meme. But I’d sure like to know why NONE of these woman was/is “acceptable” to Ace: Nikki Haley, Carly Fiorina, Meg Whitman, Sharon Angle, Christine O’Donnell, Sarah Palin.

        To paraphrase Roseanne Rosannadanna, “It was always *something*” – but not their gender. Yeah. Right.

    • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

      “Ace” has a serious immaturity problem.

    • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

      “Ace” has a serious immaturity problem.

    • Anonymous

      Ace’s problems have nothing to do with Palin. He has severe mommy issues. That site looks like a 15 year old adolescent boy runs it.

    • Anonymous

      Ace’s problems have nothing to do with Palin. He has severe mommy issues. That site looks like a 15 year old adolescent boy runs it.

  • http://twitter.com/Convair54 Scott

    Two women into themselves…enough said.

  • Anonymous

    “I’ starting to dislike Sarah Palin because of her fans.” – Coulter

    Why…..Becos they will never waste a single penny buying your book or waste a single second reading all your blind crap idolation of Chris Christie.

    • Anonymous

      I bet every other candidate in the race wishes they had supporters who would go to the mat for them the way Palin supporters do for her. Most candidates just have “rent a mobs.”

  • David Robertson

    I like Laura and Ann, but I think someone has been spiking their kool aid lately. Laura has gone all moderate (not sure if she’s trying to emulate Bill O or something), and Ann has been stumping for Christie–ignoring the fact that he’s no conservative at all. They both have really been something other than what they have been in the past lately, and I’m not sure what is up with it. Only they know.

    As far as Palin is concerned, perhaps Laura and Ann could humor us by specifying just what issues Palin “isn’t deep enough” on. From what I can tell, Palin hasn’t backed off or lacked comment on any major issue using FB and other media to get her point out.

    It’s like I’ve said in other posts…our next Reagan won’t come from the establishment, because he didn’t. He was treated quite rough by his own party. The media and people on the right equally said he wasn’t up to snuff, and wasn’t a serious candidate. They called him “a washed up B-movie actor”. Similar tracks he and Palin are on here….just saying.

  • David Robertson

    I like Laura and Ann, but I think someone has been spiking their kool aid lately. Laura has gone all moderate (not sure if she’s trying to emulate Bill O or something), and Ann has been stumping for Christie–ignoring the fact that he’s no conservative at all. They both have really been something other than what they have been in the past lately, and I’m not sure what is up with it. Only they know.

    As far as Palin is concerned, perhaps Laura and Ann could humor us by specifying just what issues Palin “isn’t deep enough” on. From what I can tell, Palin hasn’t backed off or lacked comment on any major issue using FB and other media to get her point out.

    It’s like I’ve said in other posts…our next Reagan won’t come from the establishment, because he didn’t. He was treated quite rough by his own party. The media and people on the right equally said he wasn’t up to snuff, and wasn’t a serious candidate. They called him “a washed up B-movie actor”. Similar tracks he and Palin are on here….just saying.

  • http://twitter.com/luvmy3suns Melodi Westergren

    For the record, I am a big Palin fan myself. I just mean there are some who go over the top in a negative way similar to Paulbots. They certainly are not helping her cause, but they should not be held against her, either as Ann and Ace both do.

  • http://twitter.com/luvmy3suns Melodi Westergren

    For the record, I am a big Palin fan myself. I just mean there are some who go over the top in a negative way similar to Paulbots. They certainly are not helping her cause, but they should not be held against her, either as Ann and Ace both do.

    • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

      But the Palin haters can spew bile and lie everyday and never get called on it. Then when we do call them on it, we get called cultists.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Steve-Crawford/100000190219121 Steve Crawford

    I aint ready to give up on Sarah yet – who know’s i’m not the most patient guy around but i can’t help but feel she’s gonna come through buy breaking tradition and jumping in to the race in typical Sarah Palin style. I’m of the train of thought that say’s : if you want to shake up the ” status quo ” you’ve got do it from the git-go

    • Anonymous

      The thing is that she has been doing it from the git-go. The people who do not want to see that choose to remain in denial. Their egos can’t take it.

    • Anonymous

      The thing is that she has been doing it from the git-go. The people who do not want to see that choose to remain in denial. Their egos can’t take it.

  • Anonymous

    These two so-called conservative so-called women mocking Sarah Palin’s “high pitch” voice in front of national TV audience.

    No wonder the American public has so little respect and regard on the “conservative women”.

    • Anonymous

      Coulter is a Rino and Ingraham is an establishment Republican. I have lost respect for Laura with her disrespect for Palin. She has succumbed to the unenlightened beltway pundits.

    • Anonymous

      Coulter is a Rino and Ingraham is an establishment Republican. I have lost respect for Laura with her disrespect for Palin. She has succumbed to the unenlightened beltway pundits.

  • http://twitter.com/luvmy3suns Melodi Westergren

    Just wondering if either Ann or Laura have mentioned seeing “Undefeated”. If not, they should.

  • http://twitter.com/luvmy3suns Melodi Westergren

    Just wondering if either Ann or Laura have mentioned seeing “Undefeated”. If not, they should.

  • Anonymous

    By the way, the first time Ronald Reagan announced his run for President of the United States was Nov. 20, 1975. He lost the Republican Party’s nomination to Gerald Ford. Isn’t that interesting.

  • Anonymous

    By the way, the first time Ronald Reagan announced his run for President of the United States was Nov. 20, 1975. He lost the Republican Party’s nomination to Gerald Ford. Isn’t that interesting.

  • Anonymous

    Whether it is the right of the left, Palin has these people in a frenzy. I love it!

  • Anonymous

    Whether it is the right of the left, Palin has these people in a frenzy. I love it!

  • puma_for_life

    The whole segment was spin. Laura starts out setting the spin line by totalling ignoring all of the substance in the Iowa speech and focusing on a small part of the NH piece, which gave Ann the opportunity to start talking about no substance. Sins of omission and editing…actually, the best thing to do with these two is ignore them. I seriously doubt they are going to affect how someone votes.

  • Anonymous

    Almost all the villains portrayed in the movie “The Undefeated” are corrupt Establishment Republicans who were hell-bent to destroy Sarah Palin and the grassroot Republicans.

    Ingraham and Coulter are just 2 of the attacking dogs of the crony GOP Establishment who sound and behave exactly like those GOP crooks in “The Undefeated”.

    • Dan

      you are so right on..ann should stick to writing books and the other one ..whats her name ,,,,whatever!!! should just shut her trap…christie is a RINO i do like him but you get what you get with christie…and that is a RINO…the other one whats her name…whatever!!! likes mittens and we know mittens(i just love that name…mittens lol) is a RINO…. Sarah is the real deal and i mean REAL!!!

  • Anonymous

    These two women have been using the name of Sarah Palin to tout their radio show and books just as the crony Establishment Republicans has been using the name of Palin to rally the grassroot Republicans to vote for them during election.

    They are very happy to keep Palin and her grassroot supporters tightly leashed and muzzled. The moment they try to stand yp and speak up, they would be crushed at all cost and by all means.

    To these bunch of elitist snobs, people like Palin and her supporters are forever condemned as the “Untouchables” followers. They must never be allowed to lead.

  • Anonymous

    These two women have been using the name of Sarah Palin to tout their radio show and books just as the crony Establishment Republicans has been using the name of Palin to rally the grassroot Republicans to vote for them during election.

    They are very happy to keep Palin and her grassroot supporters tightly leashed and muzzled. The moment they try to stand yp and speak up, they would be crushed at all cost and by all means.

    To these bunch of elitist snobs, people like Palin and her supporters are forever condemned as the “Untouchables” followers. They must never be allowed to lead.

  • http://twitter.com/n4cerinc N4CER

    Great point on her willing to “wait” for Christie. “probably shouldn’t run because she just won’t have the voter base she’d need to be a serious candidate.” So are they going to tell Santorum, Cain, Huntsman, Newt, to quit running and urge their base to support RomneyPerryBachmann?

    • http://twitter.com/jaol1fe Stephanie

      I guess you can’t read or hear very well. They are telling her to poop or get off the pot. If she gets in then she can face the rigors of the campaign with the others. If she has no intention of running then she should just say so.

      Sarah Palin Fatigue has set in.

      • Mark Smith

        “Sarah Palin Fatigue has set in.”

        JUST set in? It sort of set in for me with Bristol’s Dancing With the Stars, a book, and then talk of her own reality show.

        • http://twitter.com/jaol1fe Stephanie

          I was trying to be kind of nice. ;)

        • http://twitter.com/jaol1fe Stephanie

          I was trying to be kind of nice. ;)

        • Anonymous

          Those are Bristol’s decisions not Sarahs. And please don’t say Sarah should control her daughter. Bristol is on her own now and responsible for her own actions. As for Sarah entering the race…. she knows what she is doing. If Governor Palin does not enter the race then yes she has been a tease. However, if she does,as I strongly believe she will, she is showing good political sense. Look at what has happened to some of the contenders who entered early. She is saving money and letting the media vet some of these other guys first. The moment she enters the race all media attention will be on her. Shes being savy. Frankly, I think these two hens know it.

        • Anonymous

          So that means it’s Jeb Bush’s fault that his daughter is a cocaine addict. For 8 long years we Floridians never heard the end of it. I’m supposed to hold it against the Bush family?

        • Anonymous

          So that means it’s Jeb Bush’s fault that his daughter is a cocaine addict. For 8 long years we Floridians never heard the end of it. I’m supposed to hold it against the Bush family?

      • Garym

        Yeah, so jumping in the race would mean we’ll never hear from her again or something. WTF?

      • Garym

        Yeah, so jumping in the race would mean we’ll never hear from her again or something. WTF?

      • Anonymous

        You can be as tired as you want. Won’t make any difference.

      • Anonymous

        They can tell her whatever they wish but to expect to be obeyed is the height of arrogance. They are not running for office nor are they advising her. They can opine all they wish. But you know what they say about opinions.

      • Anonymous

        They can tell her whatever they wish but to expect to be obeyed is the height of arrogance. They are not running for office nor are they advising her. They can opine all they wish. But you know what they say about opinions.

      • Anonymous

        No “political class fatigue” has set it. We no longer care what they think or listen to them. They might as well talk to themselves.
        The Tea Party is awake. We’ve gotten stuck with no one but RINO’s since Reagan. We are not going to accept that any longer. We will choose our candidate, not them.

        Actually these women are very stupid to alienate the base. I don’t envision anyone purchasing their books any longer. Ann might just have to sell that place on the water in Palm Beach.

  • http://twitter.com/wisdomofsoloman Soloman

    Palin running, or Palin not running, makes no difference. What matters is Palin out there talking to the people, keeping her finger on the pulse of the electorate.

    She will either run because she knows it is the right thing to do, or when the time is right she will let us know who she supports, and therefore give us an indication of who most closely represents Constitutional America.

  • Anonymous

    Those 2 are don’t like SP. I don’t care. That’s their problem not mine.

  • http://twitter.com/Dashel27 Rich

    If Palin does not run, as I believe she will not, will that be the end of it? Meaning I’m pretty much in agreement with Coulter and Ingraham. I dont hate Palin, dont think she is electable and some of her fans are rather extreme. If she doesnt run, is that it?

    As for Christie, he’s continually said he’s not running and he has a job running NJ. Not so Palin, who is absolutely teasing with her tours and not governing anything so far as I know.

    • http://twitter.com/Super_Sachiko Jasmine Clark

      we palin supprters have to be extreme because the haters are extreme. we have to constantly defend her against so many lies and attacks, there are so many. that’s why we are constantly saying encouraging and positive things about her. we have to stand up to her crazy haters. although because of that, people call us a cult or something!! it’s annoying!

      also, who cares if she is not governing right at this moment- she has many years of various exec experience in alaska under her belt.

      and good for you for believing the establishment’s “unelectable” meme, i’m sure those established republicans are happy that you believe that. it makes no sense to declare someone unelectable when they haven’t even started their official campaign. you’re declaring her the loser before she’s even started the game.

      • http://twitter.com/jaol1fe Stephanie

        This isn’t American Idol and that is what Palin’s fan base act like!

        • Anonymous

          I hate to say it, but ’tis true. You’ve unfortunately, nailed it. I have repeatedly said that S would not like this.

        • Anonymous

          I hate to say it, but ’tis true. You’ve unfortunately, nailed it. I have repeatedly said that S would not like this.

        • Anonymous

          If you want to see what real everyday people look like when they love/like somebody; just go to church on a Sunday morning! They are more than just regular folks that “cling to their gun and religion” (Didn’t you get it?) They are loyal folks that are passionate about their country and showing patriotism. American Idol is just the tip of the surface when it comes to “America, the Beautiful”!!

          • http://twitter.com/jaol1fe Stephanie

            I’m a Christian so there’s no need to explain things of the faith to me. I just know that SP isn’t the only one out there that can “save the country”. That messianic worship of her is just as bad as the messianic worship of 0bama before the election. It’s called the cult of personality. Conservatives are supposed to be logical thinking people who can reason.

            Palin is more of a populist than she is a conservative. She’s using populist rhetoric to stir up the masses just like 0bama did. The us little people vs. the elites is emotion driven pap. I don’t like it.

            • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

              WRONG and DISHONEST. Her policy record is stellar and that is why she has support. Compared to the other candidates she is far and away the best on the issues and has been more detailed on them.

            • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

              WRONG and DISHONEST. Her policy record is stellar and that is why she has support. Compared to the other candidates she is far and away the best on the issues and has been more detailed on them.

            • Anonymous

              You can not like it all you wish but there is no need to lump all of her supporters together and insult them. If you have a problem with a policy position of hers or something of substance to say then by all means please do. Otherwise think before you type.

            • Anonymous

              You can not like it all you wish but there is no need to lump all of her supporters together and insult them. If you have a problem with a policy position of hers or something of substance to say then by all means please do. Otherwise think before you type.

            • Anonymous

              You can not like it all you wish but there is no need to lump all of her supporters together and insult them. If you have a problem with a policy position of hers or something of substance to say then by all means please do. Otherwise think before you type.

            • Anonymous

              Go see “The Undefeated’ until you do your opinion means nothing. It’s that simple.

            • Anonymous

              Stephanie, good to know u r a christian, it is not the cult of personality when the person admired is one of the most reviled in the country. Until you see that the repub and dems are all the same, you will not see the need to make changes that are drastic. As one that is out of the country, and one that by some means can claim to be a follower of christ, I dare say that the two others who have the integrity to stand strong and not be bought are Hermain Cain and Santorum, but by our rules on Palin, they are unelectable. For fear of nominating someone unelectable, you are going to nominate another Obama, only this time he is in the GOP

          • http://twitter.com/jaol1fe Stephanie

            I’m a Christian so there’s no need to explain things of the faith to me. I just know that SP isn’t the only one out there that can “save the country”. That messianic worship of her is just as bad as the messianic worship of 0bama before the election. It’s called the cult of personality. Conservatives are supposed to be logical thinking people who can reason.

            Palin is more of a populist than she is a conservative. She’s using populist rhetoric to stir up the masses just like 0bama did. The us little people vs. the elites is emotion driven pap. I don’t like it.

        • http://twitter.com/Super_Sachiko Jasmine Clark

          what are we supposed to do, act bored and tired when we talk about her? of course we are going to be happy and excited to talk about her. there’s really not much else i can say here. i can’t help being really happy whenever i talk about palin because there are many great things about her. it doesn’t mean i am too crazy or obsessed but i just admire her good qualities.

          plus, we palin supporters are very optimistic and hopeful and joyful, i mean of course there are some tough times but we try to remain optimistic. so that’s why we are passionate. we are really determined to defend her against haters and spread the word about her accomplishments because most people are unaware that she has any accomplishments… or intelligence for that matter. that’s why we’re always trying to tell people!!!

          • Anonymous

            Hey kid, anyone would be proud to have youon their side, if they had a head… Even if you were lilly white, I’d give an arm or two to have a leader like you. You ROCK!

            • http://twitter.com/Super_Sachiko Jasmine Clark

              THANK YOU!!! i am very, very grateful for those kind words!! =) =)

            • http://twitter.com/Super_Sachiko Jasmine Clark

              THANK YOU!!! i am very, very grateful for those kind words!! =) =)

            • Anonymous

              She certainly does!

          • Anonymous

            Hey kid, anyone would be proud to have youon their side, if they had a head… Even if you were lilly white, I’d give an arm or two to have a leader like you. You ROCK!

          • http://twitter.com/jaol1fe Stephanie

            It’s not a problem to support her. It’s the over zealousness and rabidness in defending her that is actually turning people off. Those who take it to the extreme in attacking anything negative about her or by tearing down other declared candidates need to be told by the higher ups in the organization to back the hell off if they really want to be helpful.

            • Steven

              So your complaint is with her supporters trying to set the record straight, but not with those who constantly like in the above clip, put Palin down, demonize her in other instances, and malign her record?

              • http://twitter.com/cfallon57 Cheryl Fallon

                Have you ever looked into AK politics during her tenure other than what SP has told you? There were some bold things she did while in office but there were also some foolish and unwise things she did…you need to balance this out as opposed to just looking at her she did no wrong. As Beck says….research for yourself and not just SP facebook notes!

                • Steven

                  Really? Name those supposedly idiotic things, because prior to her selection as VP with McCain she had approval ratings in the upper 80s.

                • Steven

                  Really? Name those supposedly idiotic things, because prior to her selection as VP with McCain she had approval ratings in the upper 80s.

                • Anonymous

                  Why don’t you do the research. We know plenty about Palin. You are the uninformed one. Did you see “The Undefeated?”

                • Anonymous

                  Why don’t you do the research. We know plenty about Palin. You are the uninformed one. Did you see “The Undefeated?”

                • Anonymous

                  My dear Cheryl, I will give you one answer and a challenge. If you find one other politician in america, whose emails totalling up to 40,000 pages amd dating to up to 5 years prior, are exposed and read by over 100 scrutinizers, and not one incriminating issue is found, I will give you $1000, on my honour. I dare say that her type are extinct. whether she becomes potus or not, she is a cut above alll. take it or leave it.

            • Anonymous

              It depends on what you mean by “tearing down”. If by that you mean engaging in vigorious debate on the other candidates and their records then I would have to say proudly that I do “tear down” other candidates. I can’t speak for other Palin supporters(not fans) but I certainly don’t want to start throwing cheapshots or being petty. But challenging the canidates is part of the politcal process. And Palin should and will be challenged during the primary. Good! Have at it! Look into her record. Its a good record that shows she is a poltical reformer.

              • http://twitter.com/jaol1fe Stephanie

                I’ve been on other forums where any mention of Perry brings out the pure crazy fanaticism of the Palinistas. I’m talking straight jacket level apoplectic fits.

                There is not debating them, they are rabid, irrational and dogmatic in every post. You should have read the pure vile crap they were spewing when Perry left to go back to Texas to deal with the wildfires. The Palinistas were bitching about him not going then when he went they were bitching about him finding an excuse to get out of the debate.

                Maybe they are aware that when you compare his being a sitting governor and Palin quit after serving only a 1/2 term they have to attack in order to deflect the obvious difference in experience and competency.

                • Anonymous

                  “crazy fanaticism” – “straitjacket” – “apoplectic” – “rabid”…….Hey, I see what you mean – all that hyperbolic language really IS detrimental to the ability to engage in measured, thoughtfull conversation. I’m sure we can all learn from your fine example.

                • Anonymous

                  I look around other forums a lot, too. You always get one or two who don’t argue well, and resort to ad hominem. But why parse so finely, when we can all be tarred with that brush? That’s the tactic they use, and it’s more annoying than any of the few they are actually talking about, because it’s so overplayed.

                • Anonymous

                  Just having a bit of fun. ( You know, “tongue in cheek”)

                • Anonymous

                  Just having a bit of fun. ( You know, “tongue in cheek”)

                • Anonymous

                  Sorry people don’t refer to them as Perry-krishnas for no reason.

                  Perry’s decision to go home from South Carolina was made after his lukewarm performance in Congressman Tim Scott’s Town Hall that morning. I know people who attended the Palmetto Forum, and they said Professor George of APP would have cleaned Perry’s clock. His handlers knew that.

                • Anonymous

                  Sorry people don’t refer to them as Perry-krishnas for no reason.

                  Perry’s decision to go home from South Carolina was made after his lukewarm performance in Congressman Tim Scott’s Town Hall that morning. I know people who attended the Palmetto Forum, and they said Professor George of APP would have cleaned Perry’s clock. His handlers knew that.

              • http://twitter.com/jaol1fe Stephanie

                I’ve been on other forums where any mention of Perry brings out the pure crazy fanaticism of the Palinistas. I’m talking straight jacket level apoplectic fits.

                There is not debating them, they are rabid, irrational and dogmatic in every post. You should have read the pure vile crap they were spewing when Perry left to go back to Texas to deal with the wildfires. The Palinistas were bitching about him not going then when he went they were bitching about him finding an excuse to get out of the debate.

                Maybe they are aware that when you compare his being a sitting governor and Palin quit after serving only a 1/2 term they have to attack in order to deflect the obvious difference in experience and competency.

            • Anonymous

              Too bad. If people attack rabidly there is going to be an equal and opposite reaction. They started it. This is how bullies need to be dealt with. You hit them back even harder. Maybe then they will think twice before they attack. It is fine to question or disagree but when you attack expect repercussions.

            • Anonymous

              You have no right to comment. You know nothing about Palin. When you see “The Undefeated” come back here and tell us why we are wrong. What are you afraid of?

          • Anonymous

            JC, some people are like crabs in a barrel. They cannot stand to see the joy or optimism of others because they are reminded of their own lack of it. Let them wallow around in their misery if they wish while the rest of us enjoy the breath of fresh air that is Sarah Palin.

        • Frederick

          You got it all wrong. Voters have been voting as if the American presidency is some kind of American Idol contest.

          Just look at the judgement being cast of her. No gravitas. Really? Oh her voice. Quitter. That looks bad. It doesn’t matter if it was the right thing to do. It looks bad. Oh that pink suit on FOX. She must be wearing a wig. She gaffed. The horror! The media is just so mean to her. I’m embarrassed. Lets vote for someone the media hasn’t trashed so bad just to give off the appearance that we saved the day with our new champion. Lets go with the safe candidate while we hypocritically spout principles from here and into the future. I’d vote for a beer can before I’d voted for Obama, but Sarah Palin? A governor? A genuine reformer who tackles to biggest of issues? The one who walks the walk? Throw her away! Lets go with another crony that can beat the current crony. We’ll keep an eye on his cronyism, and hold his feet to the fire. It will all be good. Right?

        • Anonymous

          Really? Take a look in the mirror. There are many reasonable principled people who support Palin. We are the adults who have decided that enough is enough with the corruption and game playing in Washington.

        • Anonymous

          Really? Take a look in the mirror. There are many reasonable principled people who support Palin. We are the adults who have decided that enough is enough with the corruption and game playing in Washington.

        • Anonymous

          I look at the vids of the folks watching her speeches, then I read your post.

          Then I think about both of them again, just to be fair.

          Yeah, I’m going to go with my lying eyes, and not your ridiculous claims about millions of decent, regular people who support Governor Palin.

          The old “it’s her fans” accusation is way overplayed.

        • Anonymous

          You don’t know anything about Sarah Palin or you wouldn’t repeat such a foolish statement. Plenty of new Palin supporters have just come on board since the release of the documentary “The Undefeated.” It is only after you watch that documentary and take the time to pour through the over 24,000 e-mails of Governor Palin you realize the Sarah Palin the media sold you is a myth. Palin’s e-mails reveal an extremely competent and engaged CEO who was a proven reformer capable of thinking outside the box for effective solutions.
          Plenty of people have seen the documentary so if you don’t wish to appear uninformed you won’t continue repeating that. Once you see “The Undefeated” you might still not like Palin but you will no longer throw out something so inane as American Idol.

      • Anonymous

        Exactly.

      • Anonymous

        Exactly.

    • http://twitter.com/Super_Sachiko Jasmine Clark

      we palin supprters have to be extreme because the haters are extreme. we have to constantly defend her against so many lies and attacks, there are so many. that’s why we are constantly saying encouraging and positive things about her. we have to stand up to her crazy haters. although because of that, people call us a cult or something!! it’s annoying!

      also, who cares if she is not governing right at this moment- she has many years of various exec experience in alaska under her belt.

      and good for you for believing the establishment’s “unelectable” meme, i’m sure those established republicans are happy that you believe that. it makes no sense to declare someone unelectable when they haven’t even started their official campaign. you’re declaring her the loser before she’s even started the game.

    • Anonymous

      Rich, Sarah Palin has no choice but to run. She has accepted money from the folks in SarahPac. She has used those funds in supporting other candidates and for her bus tours and for her travel to the various Tea Party events. If you have seen The Undefeated, Sarah Palin is a women of integrity, honesty and ethics. She would never take the peoples money and not come through. She said she would let the folks know her decision in September. There are volunteers all over the country ready to organize as soon as she announces. She does not need to build and hire an organization because it will be a near all-volunteer army of Tea Parties around the country who will overwhelmingly vote for her. So, don’t buy into the press and media pundits that she is unelectable because that is just ruse. The national lib media, both Parties, the unions, and the Congressional Black Caucus fear her the most because they know that she will reform the Federal Government and wipe out the corruption and cronyism.

  • http://twitter.com/Super_Sachiko Jasmine Clark

    2 things i want to say to ann:

    1, yes criticizing palin’s voice IS worthy of angry mail. why the heck are people so concerned about her voice? people in the world have various voices. some have high voices. some low. it’s as if they’ve never heard a higher-pitched person in their life, goodness. besides, you criticize palin for lack of substance and then you criticize her voice, a pointless and petty criticism that lacks substance.

    2. she says palin shouldn’t tease this long, then she says, christie, jeb bush, paul ryan, come on get in the race! get in! you all need to get in! um what? so she still hopes for them after they said NO very clearly. yet palin gives hints toward running and ann ignores that?! wow!

    • Anonymous

      Sarah’s voice, it sounds like FREEDOM to me.

      Ah Sarah! You make us sons-a-bitches proud.

  • http://twitter.com/Super_Sachiko Jasmine Clark

    2 things i want to say to ann:

    1, yes criticizing palin’s voice IS worthy of angry mail. why the heck are people so concerned about her voice? people in the world have various voices. some have high voices. some low. it’s as if they’ve never heard a higher-pitched person in their life, goodness. besides, you criticize palin for lack of substance and then you criticize her voice, a pointless and petty criticism that lacks substance.

    2. she says palin shouldn’t tease this long, then she says, christie, jeb bush, paul ryan, come on get in the race! get in! you all need to get in! um what? so she still hopes for them after they said NO very clearly. yet palin gives hints toward running and ann ignores that?! wow!

  • http://twitter.com/Winston80 Winston

    Coulter is wrong on both Palin and Christie… Hopefully neither of them will run.

  • http://twitter.com/Winston80 Winston

    Coulter is wrong on both Palin and Christie… Hopefully neither of them will run.

  • Anonymous

    Ann is a RINO which is what Christie is. He is Governor of New Jersey and it is a blue state. If he were a conservative, he would never have gotten elected. He is a lib Republican and Ann is too. Filing deadlines don’t start until October. Palin said she would make her decision in September. Her word is gold! These beltway pundits don’t have a clue. The Tea Party Rocks and is the largest voting segment in America. Palin will have a near all volunteer organization nation wide and she will be the first female President of the U.S. Everyone should see The Undefeated, then make your decision. Palin is the Reagan of our time.

  • http://www.facebook.com/gary.honold Gary Honold

    I think Ann is right, Palin’s wishy washy has gotten old for me… I’ve moved on. Btw Reagan didn’t go around the nation blowing hot air before Oct either.

    • http://twitter.com/Super_Sachiko Jasmine Clark

      palin has said for several weeks now that her decision would be in aug or sept. unless she were to go the entire rest of this month without announcing, your comment makes no sense.

      i am actually VERY impatient and hopes she jumps in soon. but, i have no reason to hold anything against her unless she waits until after the month ends, meaning she did not keep her word. but i trust her to keep her word!

    • http://twitter.com/Super_Sachiko Jasmine Clark

      palin has said for several weeks now that her decision would be in aug or sept. unless she were to go the entire rest of this month without announcing, your comment makes no sense.

      i am actually VERY impatient and hopes she jumps in soon. but, i have no reason to hold anything against her unless she waits until after the month ends, meaning she did not keep her word. but i trust her to keep her word!

      • http://www.facebook.com/gary.honold Gary Honold

        Makes perfect sense… I personally am not the only conservative who feels that way. Moreover she’s not even close to being electable.

        • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

          Then support the dream act candidate or the romneycare candidate.

          • http://www.facebook.com/gary.honold Gary Honold

            Haha… You guys must work for her… So Sarah Palin or nothing? Wow.

            • http://twitter.com/Super_Sachiko Jasmine Clark

              how dare dan c point out weaknesses in the other candidates’ records!!! he must be an EVIL PALIN CULTIST!!!!!1111111

              • http://www.facebook.com/gary.honold Gary Honold

                (hands out Ritalin)

                • Anonymous

                  No thanks. It sounds like you need it more.

                • Anonymous

                  Why else would he be handing it out?

                  Me, none of you guys would get any of my stash.

                • Anonymous

                  Why else would he be handing it out?

                  Me, none of you guys would get any of my stash.

                • Anonymous

                  Why else would he be handing it out?

                  Me, none of you guys would get any of my stash.

            • Anonymous

              Most of Sarah’s supporters would support the Republican nominee to get rid of Obama – But why settle for less than the best!!!! Sarah will get in the race – probably by Sept 17th. By then Perry will have had all the media scutiny that he should receive. Let’s see if he can stand the heat – Sarah did and can!!! I won’t settle for former democrates (Perry), and someone that still thinks GLOBAL WARMING is man caused (Romney). As for Laura and Ann – I really think they will not sell many more books – We in the Tea Party were the ones that USED to like them!!! It says something that I, who started watching Fox News the first day they went on the air, had to watch Sarah’s speech on CNN. Guess Fox no longer wants the Conservative viewers. I know I am no longer a avid viewer, and am giving CNN a 2nd chance.

              • http://www.facebook.com/gary.honold Gary Honold

                Barf

              • http://www.facebook.com/gary.honold Gary Honold

                Barf

    • Garym

      Scratch 1 Gary Honold off the Palin list//////////////////
      Done!

      • http://www.facebook.com/gary.honold Gary Honold

        God are some of you kats weird

      • http://www.facebook.com/gary.honold Gary Honold

        God are some of you kats weird

    • Garym

      Scratch 1 Gary Honold off the Palin list//////////////////
      Done!

  • Anonymous

    Has anyone considered that Saturday, September 17th might be a good day for Sarah to announce?

    Otherwise known as Constitution Day.

  • Steven

    These people are so transparent and pathetic. If Palin is as weak as they keep saying, then they wouldn’t be talking about her. They only reveal their favored candidates (Romney) to be weak and Palin called them out Saturday. Many are paid to go on these shows and say good things about their candidate and bad things about other candidates. Why don’t they talk about the actually candidates in the field and quit obsessing about Palin if she soooo yesterday.

    Palin is a national political figure and leader and if she wants to run for President that’s her perogative and she will have great support. What’s the harm? What she might win? Then good. IF she outclasses this field, then she’ll be able to beat Obama. If she doesn’t, then life goes on and we continue the fight to see Obama defeated.

    Why this constant talk about Palin shouldn’t run and none about anyone else is ridiculous! They are just upset that they don’t control her and she doesn’t really care about their opinions. Palin really has them where she wants them, frustrated and demoralized, even before she gets in. Palin has already defined them as the permanent political class and anything they do negatively after Palin announces, will prove her words to be true. I am with Scoop, these gals are entitled to their biased opinion and I, mine. Palin 2012, Accept No Substitutes!

    • Anonymous

      Very nice Steven.

    • Anonymous

      Very nice Steven.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VNPT6E7XFDD4LACFSYYD23SNSY LS

      Perry is terrible on illegal immigration as Ann says–but so is Christie!

      These are women who play conservatism and intellectualism (they were both able to scrape their way into lesser Ivy League schools) as a shtick in Blue State country, and so they are afraid of being tainted with the smear of Palin’s stupid anti-intellectualism themselves.

      Neither of them has the political insight or savvy or appeal of Palin, however, when political insight and savvy and appeal are supposed to be their stock in trade.

      Disgusting.

      • Anonymous

        Lovely, LS.

  • Mark Smith

    Conservatives4Palin sent the troops to here and HotAir. LOL. You could throw a brick across the room at the old place and not hit a soul.

    • http://www.facebook.com/gary.honold Gary Honold

      Clearly… Intellectually dishonest koolaid drinkers.

      • Anonymous

        Oh goody, let’s start a flame war and throw in some ad hominem attacks while we are at.

        • http://www.facebook.com/gary.honold Gary Honold

          Whats funny is when you make a statement about not supporting Sarah people go apesh1t… So yeah koolaid drinkers.

        • http://www.facebook.com/gary.honold Gary Honold

          Whats funny is when you make a statement about not supporting Sarah people go apesh1t… So yeah koolaid drinkers.

      • Anonymous

        People only call others names when they don’t have the facts to argue.

    • http://www.facebook.com/gary.honold Gary Honold

      Clearly… Intellectually dishonest koolaid drinkers.

    • http://twitter.com/Super_Sachiko Jasmine Clark

      i am a regular on c4p. and you know, c4p never made a post about this. the truth is, people in the COMMENT SECTION were talking about it, not the c4p admins. and furthermore, i actually didn’t see anyone in the comments section give a link- i found this video on my own because i come to this site often. c4p didn’t send me here. sigh.

    • http://twitter.com/Super_Sachiko Jasmine Clark

      i am a regular on c4p. and you know, c4p never made a post about this. the truth is, people in the COMMENT SECTION were talking about it, not the c4p admins. and furthermore, i actually didn’t see anyone in the comments section give a link- i found this video on my own because i come to this site often. c4p didn’t send me here. sigh.

    • http://twitter.com/Super_Sachiko Jasmine Clark

      i am a regular on c4p. and you know, c4p never made a post about this. the truth is, people in the COMMENT SECTION were talking about it, not the c4p admins. and furthermore, i actually didn’t see anyone in the comments section give a link- i found this video on my own because i come to this site often. c4p didn’t send me here. sigh.

    • http://twitter.com/jaol1fe Stephanie

      It sounds like a bunch of Claymates. Google them up and see how they behave.

      • http://www.facebook.com/gary.honold Gary Honold

        Funny stuff

      • http://www.facebook.com/gary.honold Gary Honold

        Funny stuff

      • Anonymous

        Very mature of you.

    • http://twitter.com/jaol1fe Stephanie

      It sounds like a bunch of Claymates. Google them up and see how they behave.

    • Anonymous

      Nope.

      A lot of people are disgusted with Coulter, Ingraham, and all the other conservative media concern trolls parading across the stage on cable news.

      Sarah Palin told everyone her plan when she was in Iowa in August. But the media concern trolls are not listening; and are trying to tell people what to think.

      Personally, I have not made up my mind whom I will support, but the nonsense we are now watching is beyond pathetic.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Anna-Maria/100002412840047 Anna Maria

    Coulter and Ingraham have been hanging around with Billy O too long. I’ve quit paying attention to them for years. If she is unelectable, why keep talking about her, because they know that if Sarah runs… she will win!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Anna-Maria/100002412840047 Anna Maria

    Coulter and Ingraham have been hanging around with Billy O too long. I’ve quit paying attention to them for years. If she is unelectable, why keep talking about her, because they know that if Sarah runs… she will win!

    • Garym

      Much of Fox news is unwatchable anymore unfortunately. Most of the pundits and hosts have the same tired talking points and don’t challenge the establishment enough.
      It would be nice to have a true conservative news channel to watch.

    • Garym

      Much of Fox news is unwatchable anymore unfortunately. Most of the pundits and hosts have the same tired talking points and don’t challenge the establishment enough.
      It would be nice to have a true conservative news channel to watch.

  • Mike Lee

    I actually think that it is PERRY who is unelectable for one reason only: he is from Texas. Independents are not going to vote for a Texas Republican with their dislike of GW Bush still fresh in their minds. I think their criticisms and comments on Palin are spot on, but more importantly, their remarks about the type of candidate needed to beat Obama are exactly what the GOP needs to be focused on.

    Conservatives need to ask themselves if they’d prefer 4 more years of Obama, or someone who is not a conservative’s conservative. If the majority would prefer to lose but at least run a candidate that represents them best, I can understand, but just know that these are the stakes. The economy is by far the #1 issue, so who will independents trust to turn things around? Also, lack of leadership / competence is another one of Obama’s big weaknesses. It has to be someone strong, serious, sensible, experienced. Palin is strong, but as appealing as the grizzly momma is to many on the right – fairly or unfairly she turns off far too many in the middle and of course on the left. I agree with Coulter – a guy like Chris Christie would fit the bill. Ryan also. Amongst the existing candidates, unfortunately Romney best fits the bill.

    I honestly think Palin would make a terrific POTUS. But I don’t think she can change enough people’s minds about her. If the GOP nominates Palin or Bachmann, it’ll be an easy choice for the swing voters in the swing states. They’ll stick with Obama.

    • http://www.facebook.com/gary.honold Gary Honold

      Agreed too many independents hate them… I love Sarah however she’ll never get enough traction to win.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_Y75GLOGMNUGBUTTUR4CKYYGXJE Bort Jones

      The GOP elite and media has done everything in its power to derail a Sarah Palin run.

      They have attacked her, they have ignored her, and now they have dismissed her as a formidable candidate.

      And as far as her “electability,” that decision rests with voters, not with those media and establishment voices who are decidedly desperate to shove her off the stage and to shape the 2012 presidential narrative.

      • http://twitter.com/cfallon57 Cheryl Fallon

        But will those that depend on the government let go of their dependency for the sake of their children/grandchildren, etc? That is my concern!

    • Anonymous

      Nonsense. Too much group think going on. People said the same thing about Ronald Reagan.

      • http://www.facebook.com/gary.honold Gary Honold

        She’s no Reagan

        • Anonymous

          Who said she is Reagan? Of course she isn’t! But she does have the courage Reagan had to stand up to the politcal class.

        • Anonymous

          Who said she is Reagan? Of course she isn’t! But she does have the courage Reagan had to stand up to the politcal class.

        • Anonymous

          Reagan has the advantage of being dead. People definitely glamorize their heroes more after they die.

        • Anonymous

          No she isn’t and no one ever will be. She is her own person and she will have her own legacy.

      • http://www.facebook.com/gary.honold Gary Honold

        She’s no Reagan

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WWFTUCBOPWNF5NAZKRWWH22BDA Blackwater

      The reason why Perry is unelectable, is he’s the most corrupt governor in America. Who exactly do you think Palin is referring to when she talks about crony capitalism “in both parties” !

      Perry is the sort of corrupt POS Palin ran out of office in Alaska.

      Being a Texan has nothing to do with it.

      • http://twitter.com/cfallon57 Cheryl Fallon

        I thought she stomped for Perry? Now why would she do that and then “turn” on him?

  • Mike Lee

    I actually think that it is PERRY who is unelectable for one reason only: he is from Texas. Independents are not going to vote for a Texas Republican with their dislike of GW Bush still fresh in their minds. I think their criticisms and comments on Palin are spot on, but more importantly, their remarks about the type of candidate needed to beat Obama are exactly what the GOP needs to be focused on.

    Conservatives need to ask themselves if they’d prefer 4 more years of Obama, or someone who is not a conservative’s conservative. If the majority would prefer to lose but at least run a candidate that represents them best, I can understand, but just know that these are the stakes. The economy is by far the #1 issue, so who will independents trust to turn things around? Also, lack of leadership / competence is another one of Obama’s big weaknesses. It has to be someone strong, serious, sensible, experienced. Palin is strong, but as appealing as the grizzly momma is to many on the right – fairly or unfairly she turns off far too many in the middle and of course on the left. I agree with Coulter – a guy like Chris Christie would fit the bill. Ryan also. Amongst the existing candidates, unfortunately Romney best fits the bill.

    I honestly think Palin would make a terrific POTUS. But I don’t think she can change enough people’s minds about her. If the GOP nominates Palin or Bachmann, it’ll be an easy choice for the swing voters in the swing states. They’ll stick with Obama.

  • http://twitter.com/Super_Sachiko Jasmine Clark

    EXCELLENT READ: reasons why palin is running. the person who wrote this gives recent examples. how can anyone not see the obvious at this point? http://hillbuzz.org/2011/09/06/10-clear-clues-in-sarah-palins-new-hampshire-labor-day-speech-that-she-is-running-for-president/#more-35573

    • http://www.facebook.com/gary.honold Gary Honold

      So we get to look for clues… How fun.

      • http://twitter.com/Super_Sachiko Jasmine Clark

        not “look for,” more like, they were already there if people paid attention. in fact, the article is about recent examples but there have been clues for a while now! i’ve been 100% certain ever since MARCH that she is running! many strong palin supporters can tell… we are the ones listening to her words and looking at her actions the closest. so we know.

        • http://www.facebook.com/gary.honold Gary Honold

          I think you missed the sarcasm

          • Garym

            Except you don’t come off as sarcastic, you sound more like an a-hole.

    • http://twitter.com/cfallon57 Cheryl Fallon

      The person that wrote that article wants to run SP 2012 campaign! How unbiased is this article?

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_Y75GLOGMNUGBUTTUR4CKYYGXJE Bort Jones

        How unbiased are Coulter and Laura?

  • Anonymous

    We can always count on ‘ conservatives’ to eat other conservatives IN PUBLIC
    Have you ever seen a Dem/lib do that to one of their own ?

    • Mark Smith

      Yep, Hillary-Barack. You should have seen HuffPo back then. A lot of their columnists quit the site. Arianna was extremely pro-Obama, others not so much. A lot of the more feminist columnists left.

    • Mark Smith

      Yep, Hillary-Barack. You should have seen HuffPo back then. A lot of their columnists quit the site. Arianna was extremely pro-Obama, others not so much. A lot of the more feminist columnists left.

    • Mark Smith

      Yep, Hillary-Barack. You should have seen HuffPo back then. A lot of their columnists quit the site. Arianna was extremely pro-Obama, others not so much. A lot of the more feminist columnists left.

    • Anonymous

      Cheez, these “new” commenters are not conservatives. They are “concern” trolls. Their job is to come to a discussion forum and pretend that they are interested in a candidate but they are really “concerned” that he/she has “too many negatives” to be elected. They are the “Eyores”, the “little black clouds (is that racist?), the drizzle sent by Kos or HuffPo or Soros to rain on the parade.

      They get paid to do this. So see, Obama really IS creating jobs – for his campaign. I wonder if tonight’s trolls will have to wait for their checks like these guys did back in 2008:
      http://time4revolution.net/2008/11/obama-campaign-workers-line-up-to-get-paid/

  • Anonymous

    We can always count on ‘ conservatives’ to eat other conservatives IN PUBLIC
    Have you ever seen a Dem/lib do that to one of their own ?

  • Anonymous

    We can always count on ‘ conservatives’ to eat other conservatives IN PUBLIC
    Have you ever seen a Dem/lib do that to one of their own ?

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VWF2N6F6U4RIATD7CNQ724SCMA koz

    Refudiate phoney pundits. We the people and Sarah refuse bow down and kiss their ring.

  • Garym

    I can’t get past the feeling of professional jealousy with these two ladies. Everytime Palin gives a speech, writes a column, has an interesting interview etc., it just makes these two less significant. All they do is talk and snark about what should be done, while Palin has actually walked the walk and governed at local and state levels.

  • Garym

    I can’t get past the feeling of professional jealousy with these two ladies. Everytime Palin gives a speech, writes a column, has an interesting interview etc., it just makes these two less significant. All they do is talk and snark about what should be done, while Palin has actually walked the walk and governed at local and state levels.

  • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

    If our nominee is anyone other than Sarah Palin we will have a massive enthusiasm problem. I remember when the democrats in 2004 thought “anyone but Bush” would propel John Kerry to victory. It did not happen because voting against someone is not enough to win the general election for POTUS. You have to be voting FOR someone because you believe in them. Will some people vote against someone no matter what, sure, but it will not be enough people to win the general election. We need massive enthusiasm and committed believers working the ground without pay. Sarah will bring that.

    • Mark Smith

      “Sarah will bring that.”
      Which is why FoxNews had a poll last week saying the majority of Republicans don’t want her to run. THE MAJORITY OF TEA PARTY members don’t want her to run.

    • Mark Smith

      “Sarah will bring that.”
      Which is why FoxNews had a poll last week saying the majority of Republicans don’t want her to run. THE MAJORITY OF TEA PARTY members don’t want her to run.

      • http://twitter.com/Super_Sachiko Jasmine Clark

        which is why she repeatedly gets invited to tea party events.

        • Mark Smith

          I like her! I enjoy her speeches. But the poll showed 60%, SIXTY PERCENT of “Tea Party” respondents didn’t want her in the race. We know she’s a celebrity. But a lot of people consider her, as Coulter says, unelectable. We don’t want an Obama 2nd term.

          Let her get in! I predict her support will always stay where it has been rutted for months, 3rd or 4th.

        • Mark Smith

          I like her! I enjoy her speeches. But the poll showed 60%, SIXTY PERCENT of “Tea Party” respondents didn’t want her in the race. We know she’s a celebrity. But a lot of people consider her, as Coulter says, unelectable. We don’t want an Obama 2nd term.

          Let her get in! I predict her support will always stay where it has been rutted for months, 3rd or 4th.

          • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

            Youd be happier with the dream act gardisil candidate? Or the romneycare candidate? Slow national suicide. Wow great lol.

            • http://twitter.com/jaol1fe Stephanie

              When you wake up from your delusion and realize that she can’t win perhaps you can get behind one of the other declared candidates so that we can kick the immediate threat to the country out of office.

              • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

                NO. You can commit national suicide with the dream act candidate. I will have no part in it. Just don’t whine and complain when he stabs you in the back.

            • Mark Smith

              Yep, I’ve voted for “dream act gardisil” candidate three times. And will vote for him in the primaries and in the final. I’ve seen what he’s done for Texas.

              • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

                Yeah he more than doubled your debt and created tons of low paying 8 dollar per hour jobs. WOW.

              • Anonymous

                You DO realize that Stephanie considers such slavish devotion delusional, don’t you?

          • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_Y75GLOGMNUGBUTTUR4CKYYGXJE Bort Jones

            Sarah is a politician , who has played a central role over the past three years. She rallied the opposition to President Barack Obama during a time when opposition seemed impossible and while others were sitting on the fence.

            For the past three years Govrnor Palin has been the most vocal critique of the president.
            She took him on when his approval ratings were still high and no one dared say anything negative about “the messiah”.

            Sarah Palin basically spearheaded the 2010 victory with her endorsements, and rallies all over the country and she has spoken out on all the issues, both foreign and domestic, and has been proven right on many of her statements.

            • http://twitter.com/cfallon57 Cheryl Fallon

              I don’t know that everyone in the country sees it that way!

              • Frederick

                Well then it will be the country’s loss in the end.

            • Anonymous

              Yes indeed she did… yet people have the gall to question her gravitas, her policy positions, and her accomplishments.

            • Anonymous

              Yes indeed she did… yet people have the gall to question her gravitas, her policy positions, and her accomplishments.

          • Garym

            But if she ran and won the nomination, would you Mark Smith who likes her, be one of those 60% who would not vote for her? I will vote for whomever gets the nomination (except Ron Paul) over Oblahblah any day. Palin is just my first choice.

            • http://twitter.com/cfallon57 Cheryl Fallon

              And I am sure there are those that would vote for anyone but Palin so there you go with everyone has their views and that means more to them than getting O out!

            • http://twitter.com/cfallon57 Cheryl Fallon

              And I am sure there are those that would vote for anyone but Palin so there you go with everyone has their views and that means more to them than getting O out!

            • Frederick

              I’d vote for Paul over Obama. Hell yes I would!

          • Anonymous

            We shall see.

          • Anonymous

            We shall see.

      • http://twitter.com/Super_Sachiko Jasmine Clark

        which is why she repeatedly gets invited to tea party events.

      • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

        You mean the poll conducted by Rick Perry’s polster? Were they the same polls who said it would be a RUDY VS HILLARY race? You are incredibly lame to cite polls in regards to how we should vote.

        In that case, the election should be called off and Obama should just be granted another term. Look up the word FORTITUDE, and then try to get some of it:)

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_Y75GLOGMNUGBUTTUR4CKYYGXJE Bort Jones

        Guess who did the poll?

        Rick Perry’s pollster.

        http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0911/62553.html

      • Anonymous

        Fox is lying. They move more to the left everyday. They have become intolerable to watch since Glenn Beck left. I only watch FBN now for Stossel and Freedom Watch.

      • Anonymous

        Fox is lying. They move more to the left everyday. They have become intolerable to watch since Glenn Beck left. I only watch FBN now for Stossel and Freedom Watch.

    • http://twitter.com/cfallon57 Cheryl Fallon

      Did you ever think that maybe SP is waiting to see if the “Presidential field is covered” that she would run for Senate? I mean if the Senate is not in our favor-how much are we going to be able to change things?

      • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

        She is a leader, not a Senator.

        • http://twitter.com/cfallon57 Cheryl Fallon

          You preach to the choir here (not me though) as well as on c4p I would think you would be out there trying to persuade the independents and dems about SP?

          • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

            I do every single day.

          • Frederick

            I’d wager that there are more independents behind Sarah than the poll state. The media does nothing but lie about this woman. What makes you think they are being honest about indi’s? I’m an Independent in south bay California, and I am 100% behind Sarah. You’d be shocked to learn who I have voted for in the past, but no longer support in any fasion today. I am staunchly independent, and am not attatched to either party. I registered as an independent in 1988 when I turned 18, and Reagan was president. Look at Sarah’s behavior. She’s very independent herself. Conservative leaning yes, but has a independent streak towards the establishment.

            • Anonymous

              I’m an independent, too. But unlike the kinds of independents Rush is always claiming are just “closet liberals,” I caucus with Conservatives to defeat the left. The Palin family is closer in many ways to being libertarian/republican than it is to being “Republican.” I like that a lot.

              When the left has been hammered back to pre-1960’s levels, then I’ll start selecting candidates that are more Libertarian or Constitution Party.

              I think the only indies who vote for Obama this time are not just closet liberals, but closet hard-core leftists, who wouldn’t vote for Romney or Huntsman with the dead from Chicago, let alone with their own vote.

      • http://twitter.com/Super_Sachiko Jasmine Clark

        but i don’t think the presidential field IS covered.

        she said she would either run, or she would support someone else. that someone has to live up to her standards of what she thinks a good pres. is. over the months, in bits and pieces in her interviews, fb notes, and speeches, for those who have been paying close attention… she has described the qualities of what she thinks is a good candidate. but it is clear that none of the existing candidates are good enough for her to endorse. if there WERE someone, she would be talking about them constantly, trying to promote them. but no. she is the only one who fits her own standards. she is running! but, getting the senate is important too. it’s just that that’s not HER path.

        • http://twitter.com/cfallon57 Cheryl Fallon

          Well, you may not think so but of course many others in the country might think their candidate is in there already-I just don’t know how willing people are going to be to give up their governmental dependency. So many conservatives/republicans that I know that work for government no matter how much they agree with how bad the government is -still want theirs-money, health care, job, etc that belongs to them. If we take the White House don’t we need to take the Senate as well-how much will we be able to get reversed if we are not in the Senate as well?

    • http://twitter.com/cfallon57 Cheryl Fallon

      Did you ever think that maybe SP is waiting to see if the “Presidential field is covered” that she would run for Senate? I mean if the Senate is not in our favor-how much are we going to be able to change things?

  • Anonymous

    Kind of have to agree with Ann on this one. No one likes a tease.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_Y75GLOGMNUGBUTTUR4CKYYGXJE Bort Jones

      There is no “tease” ; its a media meme.(lie)

      Sarah Palin said very clearly, she would decide end of September.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_Y75GLOGMNUGBUTTUR4CKYYGXJE Bort Jones

      There is no “tease” ; its a media meme.(lie)

      Sarah Palin said very clearly, she would decide end of September.

  • Anonymous

    Kind of have to agree with Ann on this one. No one likes a tease.

  • Anonymous

    Obama was taken to task for dithering. So, is Palin working on her Afghanistan strategy or something?

  • Anonymous

    There is much truth to Ann’s words about Palin. I am a strong supporter of Palin, but I am not so die-hard as to say that no one else can do it & that is the danger that comes with many of Palin’s fans. Her audience is somewhat polarizing in the GOP field. Many have said they won’t vote at all if Palin isn’t running, but the polls do say that 65% wouldn’t vote for her. While I do believe that polling is not the be-all-end-all of politics, they are an early decision making factor, especially for a possible still undeclared candidate.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_Y75GLOGMNUGBUTTUR4CKYYGXJE Bort Jones

      A Rick Perry’s pollster did the poll.

      http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0911/62553.html

      The poll is bogus and just another tool to attack Sarah Palin and derail a Sarah Palin run.

    • Steven

      Your wrong. Polling is suppose measure opinion, not make opinion. Why would you allow a poll to dictate your support? Think for yourself, evaluate the candidates on the merits and then the polls will reflect that new opinion.

  • Anonymous

    I wonder how many conservative thinkers have to come out against Palin before the Palinistas realize that there is not some rino establishment conspiracy against her. She cannot win. Independents will flock to Obama in a knee jerk reaction.

    • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

      Wrong. The race will be completely different when it is 1 on 1. Obama cannot escape his record. There have been polls already that show independents views are closer to Palin than Obama.

      • Mark Smith

        It’s a pipe dream thinking she’d be the nominee. And I can’t say she didn’t bring the majority of it on herself. REPUBLICANS have Palin fatigue, not liberals.

        • Garym

          And if she fishes, there will be the same tired protestations from the same people on these threads that she can’t win, she talks funny, she said refutiate and not reputiate, and on and on and on….

        • Garym

          And if she fishes, there will be the same tired protestations from the same people on these threads that she can’t win, she talks funny, she said refutiate and not reputiate, and on and on and on….

        • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

          I am sure they do. REPUBLICANS are a disaster and ruined the country so badly that the people turned to Obama!

          Conservatives will save this country, if we have any hope at all. Republicans are a lost cause who are neck deep with special interest money.

        • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

          I am sure they do. REPUBLICANS are a disaster and ruined the country so badly that the people turned to Obama!

          Conservatives will save this country, if we have any hope at all. Republicans are a lost cause who are neck deep with special interest money.

          • http://twitter.com/cfallon57 Cheryl Fallon

            No, stop redirecting the focus-the people fell asleep and allowed the country to fall apart-the accountability is with US WE the PEOPLE-those that don’t want to follow the Constitution- should be voted out-those that want to change it or update it should be voted out! The power lies within us not them or SP or MR or RP or anyone else! No matter who gets in there we must hold them accountable-no matter who they are!

            • Anonymous

              Well, there’s something I can agree with.

        • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

          I am sure they do. REPUBLICANS are a disaster and ruined the country so badly that the people turned to Obama!

          Conservatives will save this country, if we have any hope at all. Republicans are a lost cause who are neck deep with special interest money.

        • Anonymous

          They laughed at Christopher Columbus, too.

          • Anonymous

            Exactly. Who else would have put a city in the middle of Ohio? Or survived so long, just to direct that Harry Potter film.

            Wait, what?

          • Anonymous

            Exactly. Who else would have put a city in the middle of Ohio? Or survived so long, just to direct that Harry Potter film.

            Wait, what?

        • Anonymous

          OK, if its a pipe dream why do you care so much? Seems you do alot of protesting on these Palin threads.

          Edit: Palin didn’t bring it upon herself when people are obsessed with her. They use her name for press and hits. Now, that’s a good one.

          • Anonymous

            Actually you make a good point… let’s use Pawlenty as an example. The guy didn’t have a chance really. Yet nobody stood up pounding the air, banging pots yelling “Pawlenty hasn’t a chance!”.

            If someone really doesn’t have a chance, they get ignored and shuffled off into oblivion just like Pawlenty… But the histrionics and floor pissing over Palin just baffles if she really has no chance. Go figure.

            • Anonymous

              Histrionics is a perfect word for it, actually.

        • Anonymous

          OK, if its a pipe dream why do you care so much? Seems you do alot of protesting on these Palin threads.

          Edit: Palin didn’t bring it upon herself when people are obsessed with her. They use her name for press and hits. Now, that’s a good one.

        • Anonymous

          OK, if its a pipe dream why do you care so much? Seems you do alot of protesting on these Palin threads.

          Edit: Palin didn’t bring it upon herself when people are obsessed with her. They use her name for press and hits. Now, that’s a good one.

    • http://twitter.com/Super_Sachiko Jasmine Clark

      the same obama who caused 9% unemployment, 14 trillion dollar debt, and a downgrade? i don’t think so! they will look for a replacement for obama.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_Y75GLOGMNUGBUTTUR4CKYYGXJE Bort Jones

      Do you think Bachmann can win?

      Why don’t they come out against Bachmann?

      The only reason they come out against Sarah Palin is , because they think she can win!

      • http://twitter.com/cfallon57 Cheryl Fallon

        They come out against Bachman-I have heard them say all manor of things against her where have you been?

        Sarah is not a VICTIM-she wants to play in the big leagues she has to take the punches! It’s the nature of the beast/politics!

        • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_Y75GLOGMNUGBUTTUR4CKYYGXJE Bort Jones

          At fox many times they are defending Bachmann; Morris and others are promoting Bachmann and trashing Sarah Palin (they even trashing Sarah Palin on a daily basis at Fox)

          At fox they never came out against a Bachmann run because they know she can not win.

        • wodiej

          Who said she was a victim?

          • Garym

            Fallon is one of those concern trolls who will throw absolutely every talking point that can be used against Palin out there. I’ve read this victim card from her countless times when noone has ever mentioned victim.

        • Anonymous

          She has taken all of the punches and she is a cheerful warrior. She has also punched back and continues to do so.

        • Anonymous

          She has taken all of the punches and she is a cheerful warrior. She has also punched back and continues to do so.

    • Anonymous

      What??!

    • Anonymous

      if Ann and laura are “conservative thinkers” then the conservative movement is dead. they haven’t had a new thought in years.

    • wodiej

      If people don’t have enough sense to vote for a real conservative, then liberals win. It’s our choice. Like what’s been going on for the last decade or so? Libs are frothing at going against a RINO.

    • Anonymous

      OK, if Palin will lose then what’s the big deal? Why go after Palin night after night? Seems like she is more electable than these conservative thinkers are letting on or they wouldn’t waste their time.

      Oh, “conservative thinkers” are also not the American people. They are a small block of people who probably vote in DC or NY. How about letting the people of Iowa, NH, or SC decide?

    • Anonymous

      OK, if Palin will lose then what’s the big deal? Why go after Palin night after night? Seems like she is more electable than these conservative thinkers are letting on or they wouldn’t waste their time.

      Oh, “conservative thinkers” are also not the American people. They are a small block of people who probably vote in DC or NY. How about letting the people of Iowa, NH, or SC decide?

    • Anonymous

      OK, if Palin will lose then what’s the big deal? Why go after Palin night after night? Seems like she is more electable than these conservative thinkers are letting on or they wouldn’t waste their time.

      Oh, “conservative thinkers” are also not the American people. They are a small block of people who probably vote in DC or NY. How about letting the people of Iowa, NH, or SC decide?

    • Anonymous

      I suppose a lot more than have come out saying they like Palin. So far, Rush and Levin are pretty strongly pro-Palin (without endorsing her, of course).

      Bear in mind that the art of claiming you are a leading “Conservative thinker” requires an occasional claim about things or people that goes against the status quo. A lot of folks like Krauthammer keep hoping they will prove to be correct so they can claim king-of-the-pundits for a while. It’s a calculated risk they all take from time to time.

      It can drive us crazy unless we bear that in mind.

      For some reason, people seem to forget how dismal pundits’ records on these things can be. Remember George Will pushing Giuliani in 2008?

    • Anonymous

      I suppose a lot more than have come out saying they like Palin. So far, Rush and Levin are pretty strongly pro-Palin (without endorsing her, of course).

      Bear in mind that the art of claiming you are a leading “Conservative thinker” requires an occasional claim about things or people that goes against the status quo. A lot of folks like Krauthammer keep hoping they will prove to be correct so they can claim king-of-the-pundits for a while. It’s a calculated risk they all take from time to time.

      It can drive us crazy unless we bear that in mind.

      For some reason, people seem to forget how dismal pundits’ records on these things can be. Remember George Will pushing Giuliani in 2008?

  • http://profiles.google.com/ajtelles Art Telles

    Ann Coulter has a real life boyfriend…

    … so, give her a break.

    She’s, uh, busy, you see, and she doesn’t know how out of touch with reality she is concerning Sarah Palin, the star of “The Undefeated” movie, which she probably does not really like.

    I mean, she’s promoting Chris Christie… what the… cough.

    Anything Ann says in favor of Christie and against Palin I disregard in a nanosecond as inconsequential, as I do with Carl Rove.

    Now, as for Laura Ingraham and her negativity about Palin…

    Well, that reminds me of the friendly joke about the two blond women who… well, for some arcane and nebulous reason, they just don’t seem to like the dark haired beauty of the LADY with the Servant’s Heart.

    Why?
    Who knows.
    They’re blonds.

    Hey, I said it’s a “friendly” blond joke.

    When they gather their common sense, maybe they will be able to tell us why.

    Art
    I stand with the poeple of Israel
    To STOP! Islamization of America
    I propose the name of Yahowah (YHWH) vs. the name of Allah and Allah u Akbar

  • http://profiles.google.com/ajtelles Art Telles

    Ann Coulter has a real life boyfriend…

    … so, give her a break.

    She’s, uh, busy, you see, and she doesn’t know how out of touch with reality she is concerning Sarah Palin, the star of “The Undefeated” movie, which she probably does not really like.

    I mean, she’s promoting Chris Christie… what the… cough.

    Anything Ann says in favor of Christie and against Palin I disregard in a nanosecond as inconsequential, as I do with Carl Rove.

    Now, as for Laura Ingraham and her negativity about Palin…

    Well, that reminds me of the friendly joke about the two blond women who… well, for some arcane and nebulous reason, they just don’t seem to like the dark haired beauty of the LADY with the Servant’s Heart.

    Why?
    Who knows.
    They’re blonds.

    Hey, I said it’s a “friendly” blond joke.

    When they gather their common sense, maybe they will be able to tell us why.

    Art
    I stand with the poeple of Israel
    To STOP! Islamization of America
    I propose the name of Yahowah (YHWH) vs. the name of Allah and Allah u Akbar

    • http://twitter.com/cfallon57 Cheryl Fallon

      Someone with a servant’s heart DOES NOT GO AROUND saying it!!! THINK!

      • Anonymous

        I don’t see Sarah saying that, only her fans.

        • http://twitter.com/cfallon57 Cheryl Fallon

          Absolutely NOT-she is on record many times saying she has a servant’s heart! and that she would offer herself up her and her family for service!!! Look it up you will find it!

          • Anonymous

            like this is a bad thing, to want to have a servant’s heart, whatever the quote was??

      • wodiej

        why shouldn’t she say it? It’s true.

        • Anonymous

          I don’t think she’s actually said, “I have a servant’s heart”. It’s more like she’s raised up the importance of “having a servant’s heart” and also made a point of saying how important it is to her family that they have a servant’s heart.

          This reminds me of all the BS claims about “W” having said God chose him to be President or whatever they said it was. It was always an inaccurate paraphrase of whatever he really said.

        • Anonymous

          She’s humble. It’s not the kind of thing you brag about. It either shows and brings fruit or it doesn’t.

    • http://twitter.com/cfallon57 Cheryl Fallon

      Someone with a servant’s heart DOES NOT GO AROUND saying it!!! THINK!

  • https://openid.org/counterparty Counterparty

    “Sounds like she believes one candidate is worth waiting on…and one is not.”

    That’s precisely what she’s saying. Palin is an electrifying political presence, and someone worthy of respect. Neither of those is guaranteed to be enough to overcome the vast numbers of people who would never, ever vote for her.

    • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

      Support the dream act candidate then.

    • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

      Support the dream act candidate then.

  • Anonymous

    Fox News is trying to run the Republican Party and Control the Republican Party. Ann Coulter is just following Roger Ailes and the Establishment’s Orders. This was an orchestrated hit on Sarah Palin because they know she is running.

  • Anonymous

    Fox News is trying to run the Republican Party and Control the Republican Party. Ann Coulter is just following Roger Ailes and the Establishment’s Orders. This was an orchestrated hit on Sarah Palin because they know she is running.

  • Anonymous

    Fox News is trying to run the Republican Party and Control the Republican Party. Ann Coulter is just following Roger Ailes and the Establishment’s Orders. This was an orchestrated hit on Sarah Palin because they know she is running.

  • Anonymous

    I agree. There is a whole lot to like about Palin, but her electability factor is low. The liberal slime machine has succeeded in this goal. She’s better off doing what she’s doing: being a non-governmental political force fighting for conservative principles. If she runs and loses she could be completely finished, plus we’ll have to listen to the libs suddenly claiming there is a god and she hates palin. Jubilant idiocy makes me barf.

    • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

      Wow, so you believe in letting the liberals smear our best people, and then just abandoning them?

      You deserve the high unemployment rate and trillions in new debt if you think that way.

      • Anonymous

        You’re not listening. The unfortunate fact is the liberal media piled on palin like never before in history. She had so much going for her that they knew she was a serious threat and they had to destroy her. Sadly, It worked. They killed the baby in the crib. They branded her before she could be known in the public eye. You know as well as I do that the voting public is loaded with dunces who base their opinions on snippets they get from Letterman or Colbert, and you’re never going to convince them that it was actually tina fey who said, “you can see russia from my house.” They’re never going to see the truth about palin. She’s essentially been campaigning on her bus but she’s still mostly in single digits in hypotheticals.
        OTOH, consider the possibility that president is not the most powerful position in US politics. Her rock star status could really push conservatism forward for years, without all the chains and limitations that elected office brings, if she just rolls it into the right organization. Liberals are very good at quietly nurturing their candidates up from grassroots levels. She could beat them at their own game. A heavily conservative congress with no term limits could neutralize any liberal president for generations.

        • Anonymous

          Just because it worked on you doesn’t mean it worked on everyone else. I don’t get my cue from the media. Based on their dismal financial returns and massive layoffs and bureau closures, it’s safe to say a lot of folks are looking elsewhere, too.

        • Garym

          Then why all the fuss about her running in the primary? If she is so toxic, then she won’t win in the primary, right?
          Damn you concern trolls need to get better talking points.

    • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

      Wow, so you believe in letting the liberals smear our best people, and then just abandoning them?

      You deserve the high unemployment rate and trillions in new debt if you think that way.

    • Anonymous

      perry and mitt will be slimed too

      • http://twitter.com/cfallon57 Cheryl Fallon

        Of course this is a chess game to these people!

  • Anonymous

    It’s hysterical that Coulter comments that the Palinutz are a liability to Palin and (just as she predicted) here they are on cue proving every word of it.

    • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

      Yet another lame and false attack. Palin is smeared. We respond with facts, like her numerous facebook notes one every policy issue, and then we are called cultists?

      They say she is not serious on policy, we prove that she is through quantitative evidence and links, and then we are called names?

      Makes no logical sense at all.

  • Anonymous

    It’s hysterical that Coulter comments that the Palinutz are a liability to Palin and (just as she predicted) here they are on cue proving every word of it.

  • Anonymous

    Don’t let LSM win. We will win if we fight for her. I can’t help it….Gov Palin loves America. I trust her and don’t trust anyone else.

  • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

    ABC/Washington Post
    Perry 29
    Romney 23
    Palin 14

    Sept 6-8 2007
    CNN
    Guliani 28
    Thompson 27
    McCain 15

    Jan 14-17
    CNN
    McCain 29
    Huckabee 20
    Romney 19

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000220027383 Troy La Mana

    I think she could do a lot to save us from Romney but I fear that would leave us with Perry. Neither choice leaves a good taste in my mouth.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000220027383 Troy La Mana

    BTW: Why do I have -57 comments?

    • Anonymous

      Mine keep changing also, think it’s disqus.

    • Anonymous

      I think disqus tracks the number of comments per site on which you post them.

      If the site owner tweaks anything about how disqus works (for example, TRScoop could allow images to be posted here, if he wants), it might reset the numbers. I’m hazarding a guess.

      Also, Disqus seems to reset them occasionally, too. For a while, I think disqus was adding all of my comments from all sites into my totals here, so they have been working out some bugs, for sure.

    • Anonymous

      I think disqus tracks the number of comments per site on which you post them.

      If the site owner tweaks anything about how disqus works (for example, TRScoop could allow images to be posted here, if he wants), it might reset the numbers. I’m hazarding a guess.

      Also, Disqus seems to reset them occasionally, too. For a while, I think disqus was adding all of my comments from all sites into my totals here, so they have been working out some bugs, for sure.

    • Anonymous

      I think disqus tracks the number of comments per site on which you post them.

      If the site owner tweaks anything about how disqus works (for example, TRScoop could allow images to be posted here, if he wants), it might reset the numbers. I’m hazarding a guess.

      Also, Disqus seems to reset them occasionally, too. For a while, I think disqus was adding all of my comments from all sites into my totals here, so they have been working out some bugs, for sure.

  • Anonymous

    I would take Palin over Christie . Obama’s styrofoam presidency will not be able to withstand the Palin authenticity and the democrats know it. That is why they have spent three years trying to destroy her.

    • http://twitter.com/cfallon57 Cheryl Fallon

      Obama has spent three years trying to destroy Palin???

      • Anonymous

        Yes.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_Y75GLOGMNUGBUTTUR4CKYYGXJE Bort Jones

        Sarah has been attacked non-stop by the MSM and the REP establishment for three years.

        She has withstood the slings, barbs, bullets, and arrows that would have fallen a lesser person.

        • http://twitter.com/cfallon57 Cheryl Fallon

          That was just a sample I am sure-she will have to endure much more which is why I believe she still is “considering” She isn’t stupid when it comes to politics! She knows what you and I don’t know that the press will find out that will take your slings, barbs and bullets and make them tanks, rockets and maybe even a nuclear bomb who knows.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WWFTUCBOPWNF5NAZKRWWH22BDA Blackwater

        Yes. Google “Obama’s Alaska Mafia” for more details Also “Ethicsgate”

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_Y75GLOGMNUGBUTTUR4CKYYGXJE Bort Jones

      Also the REP establishment has done everything they can to vilify Sarah Palin and derail a Sarah Palin run.

  • Nosmo2

    Any one else notice the size of Coulter’s Adam’s apple?

  • Anonymous

    Just what we need, people who are supposedly “on our side” bashing Palin.

    Palin in New Hampshire: We need to talk about media-incited internal squabbles that we can nip in the bud, right here and right now — because we’ve got a lot of work to do, Constitutionalists. Our challenges today are too great. We simply don’t have time to be bogged down in internal conflicts and friendly-fire conflagrations. The time to secure our future and preserve our blessings of liberty and RESTORE our economy is now.

    • Anonymous

      If these women were men bashing a male Palin, I would call them punks.

  • Frederick

    Hey Ingraham & Coulter! Go play some 2 player “Tea party Zombies”.

  • Anonymous

    Anyone else notice the size of Coulter’s Adam’s apple?

  • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

    I truly hope these two woman do not accurately represent the conservative movement. If so, the movement has left me that I have been a part of my whole life.

    • Mark Smith

      And if you support anybody else, you’re not Conservative. Check. I support Perry because he’s been my governor for 12 years and we have low property taxes, no state income taxes, legal reform with businesses flocking to Texas, the most jobs created in the United States, and you’ll not have any of it.

      Nighty-night.

  • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

    I truly hope these two woman do not accurately represent the conservative movement. If so, the movement has left me that I have been a part of my whole life.

  • http://www.jewpoint.blogspot.com JPeditor

    I respect both Coulter and Ingraham on most issues, but “…she [SP] really hasn’t dug deep into policy because she really isn’t that interested in it.”

    I’m sorry, CUTTING CORP TAXES AND ALL CORP DEDUCTIONS, LOOHOLES AND GOVT GRANTS is “shallow”?

    “Coulter adds that Palin, with the poll numbers where they are,”…

    right, we should be paying strict attention to the MSM polls, the same MSM that BURIED every fact / story about Ø, NOW we need to take them seriously…

    /sarcasm off.

    • Anonymous

      “I’m sorry, CUTTING CORP TAXES AND ALL CORP DEDUCTIONS, LOOHOLES AND GOVT GRANTS is “shallow”?”

      It’s not shallow, it’s just it’s not Sarah Palin’s policy, it’s Gary Johnson’s. He has been talking about doing both of these two things for as long as I’ve been aware of his candidacy — and with a passion, I might add. You can easily find it on his website.

      That being said, I have a very high regard for Sarah Palin and I think it’s a GOOD thing that she agrees with and has adopted Gary Johnson’s position on this. Gary Johnson is a brilliant man with a deep understanding of economic policy, but he will never be president. The best we can hope for is that the viable candidates — like Sarah Palin — adopt the best of the ideas from all of our candidates and then kick-a** as president. :-)

    • Anonymous

      “I’m sorry, CUTTING CORP TAXES AND ALL CORP DEDUCTIONS, LOOHOLES AND GOVT GRANTS is “shallow”?”

      It’s not shallow, it’s just it’s not Sarah Palin’s policy, it’s Gary Johnson’s. He has been talking about doing both of these two things for as long as I’ve been aware of his candidacy — and with a passion, I might add. You can easily find it on his website.

      That being said, I have a very high regard for Sarah Palin and I think it’s a GOOD thing that she agrees with and has adopted Gary Johnson’s position on this. Gary Johnson is a brilliant man with a deep understanding of economic policy, but he will never be president. The best we can hope for is that the viable candidates — like Sarah Palin — adopt the best of the ideas from all of our candidates and then kick-a** as president. :-)

  • http://www.jewpoint.blogspot.com JPeditor

    I respect both Coulter and Ingraham on most issues, but “…she [SP] really hasn’t dug deep into policy because she really isn’t that interested in it.”

    I’m sorry, CUTTING CORP TAXES AND ALL CORP DEDUCTIONS, LOOHOLES AND GOVT GRANTS is “shallow”?

    “Coulter adds that Palin, with the poll numbers where they are,”…

    right, we should be paying strict attention to the MSM polls, the same MSM that BURIED every fact / story about Ø, NOW we need to take them seriously…

    /sarcasm off.

  • Frederick

    Remember Saturday’s speech? Sarah doesn’t pay people to go on tv to stroke her image, consequently the rino’s to de-cloke. It’s brilliant!

  • Anonymous

    Could Annie be a tad jealous? or is it that Ann has a “proper” academic education and so identifies with the likes of Krauthammer and is more of a RINO than we would like to think? I am aghast as I type out this thought.

    I can just see Ann lecturing Ronald Reagan for not announcing soon enough to please her!!

    Now Laura is saying we need people who are smart?! oh, my goodness.

    With friends like these, what need does the Tea Party have for enemies?!

  • Chuck Littau
  • Anonymous

    Ingraham is a blue-state kind of Conservative. Closer to Peggy Noonan in outlook than I’d bet she’s willing to admit. She’s strongly pro-life, to the point where she’d support a Republican based on that, alone, I would guess. This leads to tolerance for some fairly anti-Liberty positions in candidates she’d support.

    Yes, this is conjecture. But I’ve heard her bashing redneck style before. She likes to judge peoples’ looks, their music, and the way they dress, even if they are Conservative. That gets tiresome, and is one reason I always flip the channel when she’s on the radio. On TV she’s more focused, and not so bad. But she’s not a big fan of flyover country, from what I’ve seen.

    Coulter loves to be enigmatic. It keeps the attention level up, I guess.

    So if Palin gets in, we’ll see how they react.

  • Anonymous

    This “Palin hasn’t done the ‘substantive’ stuff” is factually incorrect. The substantive content of Sarah Palin’s Facebook posts contain better analysis and are better written than any of her rivals. It is also grounded in a better actual record of accomplishment even in a shorter period of time. I think that the reason that Palin’s supporters react so, is because (a) the assault on Palin in 2008 was unprecendented in its viciousnes, particularly compared to the non-vetting of Obama and (B) the criticism by conservatives is rarely based on a factual examiniation of Palin’s actual analysis or her actual record. People like Ingraham and Coulter are happy to ‘take’ the success that Palin brought to the GOP success in 2010, while they bask in glory. The did not object to Sarah doing the heavy lifting then. I am not American, but from where I stand, Palin stands head over heals above mediocrities like Obama, Perry and Romney. Incidentedly I have a Ph.D in economics and business; I have the highest regards for Palin in this very respect.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Chris-Dias/1680711668 Chris Dias

    These two have “become” less and less impressive and more and more disappointing.

  • Anonymous

    Coulter can go cry on her long time best and true loyal friend (her words) Bill Maher’s shoulder as to why her obese tubby boy from NJ ain’t gonna hack it no matter how long she laments for his late entry.

    Hey Ann, maybe you and Maher can do a double date with Laura and tortured silly Torricelli. (remember few years back when Ingraham was all gushy about her heartthrob ex-Senator Torricelli the gangster) You and Ann will soon become known as the bitter old has been twins of stupidity and can get in PMS sync with Mo the morbid Dowd.

    Both of these envious and jealous harpies know once Palin gets in and wins, they will never be able to live down their erstwhile hate filled spewing.

  • Anonymous

    I’ve never understood Coulter’s unwavering support for Christy. He has his strong points but, like the rest of the candidates, he has his weak ones as well. Some might argue a bunch. Palin is the smartest and most astute of all these pundits and candidates on the right and especially the left. That’s why she won’t run in 2012. Being the broker of power is, at times, better than being the holder of power. And, she does keeps the left off-balance (which I really enjoy watching). All of that would be lost with the limitations the confines of the presidency would place on her. Just ask BHO…he ignored those confines and so began the 2nd great awakening of a sleeping giant. Palin is laughing at all of them and is certainly not concerned with Ingram or Coulter’s opinions. She is much to smart and savvy to run in 2012. When she does run she will win. Sarah Palin will make a great President and, as historic as being the first female POTUS will be, she will also be remembered as one of the best.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Barbara-Haney/100000145161473 Barbara Haney

    Besides, would Ms Coulter know the bait from the fish? In Alaska, we use all kind of things as bait, and some people think the bait is the fish! I’d be curious what Ms. Coulter thought was bait and what type of fish she would like to catch. In Alaska, we sometimes don’t even use bait; trolling, dipnetting, and spearfishing require no bait. And sometimes, at just the right time of year, those fish will just swim up stream and offer themselves on the shore. It is an awesome sight, and it requires patience. But patience is rewarded with a prize and plentiful catch of world class salmon.

    The race to the White House is a marathon, not a sprint. Indeed, it is the sprint mentality that has allowed the rise and fall of Trump, Romney, Bachmann, and perhaps…Perry. It isn’t who is high in the polls now, for the nomination and the election are far off in the minds of Americans. They would rather Obama left sooner than later. A lot of things can happen between now and then. Who knows?

    To run against Barack Obama requires a bit more than political contributions and nice ads. For example, as Romney became the favored candidate by certain members of the financial community, Elizabeth Warren suddenly left the administration to pursue a non-existent political career. With Perry’s recent rise in the polls, the Obama administration has responded with race bating and union thuggery. When Bachmann was high in the polls, the Obama Administration responded with glitter protests.

    If Ms. Coulter would like to be helpful, why not just keep the pressure on the presumed Democratic Nominee that resides in the White House? Why is it that all those economic policies are doomed? Why are all those foreign policy choices doomed?

    I suggest Ms Coulter while away her time reading a bit of Shakespeare. I personally like stories about murderous tyrants, who hide-ee-hole up in the back rooms of the castle and take advice from the 3 witches. That should keep folks amused for awhile.

    Sarah Palin will do as she pleases and as she so feels moved. She does not belong to you; she is a free woman and beholden to no one. That is how she derives her power and commands respect. You should try it, Ms. Coulter, for it would enable you to write true conservative prose, and not the political hack jobs that you have recently written. Write from the heart that which you wrote when you were young, when you thought anything was possible. For the next POTUS will need all due assistance to restore the Republic and the people of our nation will need to rebuild their faith and reclaim their nation. That is a tall task for any writer, but I suspect you may be up to that task.

    • http://twitter.com/MinneMike Michael Wiley

      The only thing Ann knows about fishing is that she provides the books “bait” and we are the fish. Not anymore.

  • Anonymous

    Ann and Laura need to avoid D.C. for at least 3 months. This is mandatory for them. They are becoming sad. Is it jealousy or what? Also, their love for Chris Christie speaks volumes. He is not a Conservative.

    • Anonymous

      this is a great summary. I think ingraham and coulter need to be out of d.c. more than 3 months to get the poison out, if its even possible to get rid of the poison.

  • Frederick

    I bet Sarah could host O Reilly for a day. She could even do the sports segment on FOX & Friend. Books? No problem! Could Ingraham be gov for a day?

    • Mark Smith

      “Could Ingraham be gov for a day?”

      Palin couldn’t even be “gov” for one term.

      • Anonymous

        Ok, so how about if she finished all but the last day?

        Or the day before that? Without accomplishing anything, I mean.

        And, what if she accomplished stuff in the time she served?

        Or is it all “term” with you “She quitted!!1!!” folks?

      • Anonymous

        Ok, so how about if she finished all but the last day?

        Or the day before that? Without accomplishing anything, I mean.

        And, what if she accomplished stuff in the time she served?

        Or is it all “term” with you “She quitted!!1!!” folks?

    • Anonymous

      well she was a sports caster once……. .this is why she so good with the camera

    • Anonymous

      well she was a sports caster once……. .this is why she so good with the camera

    • Anonymous

      well she was a sports caster once……. .this is why she so good with the camera

  • wodiej

    Coulter is good friends w sexist, vulgar Bill Maher. That shows her lack of good judgment right there. And she acts like a schoolgirl with a crush over Chris Christie. I can only guess his brash way of talking is endearing to her because she shares this similar trait. As for Ingraham, used to like her but she is just like the rest of establishment. I stopped watching BOR and her filling in hasn’t changed that. Shame on both for not supporting such a strong female conservative.

  • Anonymous

    Ooh she’ll run…and when she announces it will be huge media event. The Tea Party will have a party. Bachmann will pull her hair out, Perry will take a huge gulp of his kool aid…Fox will celebrate and announce she is stepping down as a contributor (which won’t make any difference whatsoever)

    But…she will NEVER win the presidency. She is a patriot but her self-interest is overwhelming. She quit her job before time to make vast sones of money (which I have no problem with her doing) but don’t try to kid people that it was to help her state or to aid her party because it wasn’t.

    So, when Sarah announces her candidacy I personally will take my dog out for a long walk until all the fuss dies down.

    • wodiej

      Oh good grief. Get a new talking point besides the quitter theme. Everyone knows why she resigned. Every single person has “quit” something-a job, relationship etc.

      • Anonymous

        Nope. The “She Quitted!!1!!” crowd is ready to go all out. All “quitter” all the time. I just hope they keep a handkerchief handy, and maybe stay on level ground as much as possible.

      • Anonymous

        Nope. The “She Quitted!!1!!” crowd is ready to go all out. All “quitter” all the time. I just hope they keep a handkerchief handy, and maybe stay on level ground as much as possible.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_Y75GLOGMNUGBUTTUR4CKYYGXJE Bort Jones

      Sarah Palin resigned to get the countless frivolous complaints against her out of the governor’s office, and the money they cost the state, away from the burden of taxpayers.

      That entire campaign of BS lawsuits was meant to do nothing but hamstring the governor’s office and bankrupt Sarah Palin

      Upon her return to Alaska to resume her duties as Governor, Palin was plagued with one trumped up ethics charge after another which cost her staff dearly. Each charge was dismissed but rarely, if ever, reported by the media. As the Palins were a middle-class family and had to pay their own legal fees (which had amassed to over $500,000), the intent of her opponents was to force her family into bankruptcy.

      Sarah Palin knew that she would not be able to pass one single piece of legislation for the people of Alaska. She knew her constituents were paying the price and suffering simply because their Governor’s name was “Sarah Palin”.

      She promised to keep the frivolous anti-Palin law suits away from the Alaskan people and to be more effective on the stump ( supporting candidates , fundraising, etc)

      Sarah Palin was truthful on both accounts!

      By the way, Sarah Palin had fulfilled all the campaign promises she made, i.e., ethics reform, budget cutting, earmark cutting, getting the natural gas pipeline off high center through an open, transparent, and competitive process.

      • http://twitter.com/MinneMike Michael Wiley

        Agree with you, Bort. In fact, Sarah Palin had to pay $500,000 out of the Palin family savings to fight those 21 frivolous suits, plus $300,000 of State of Alaska Treasury funds.

        • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WWFTUCBOPWNF5NAZKRWWH22BDA Blackwater

          Micheal, the total cost of those frivolous ethics complaints to the state of Alaska was over $2 million, not $300,000 THAT was why she resigned. That and her staff was exposed to the same sort of bogus lawsuits with no protection from the state.

        • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WWFTUCBOPWNF5NAZKRWWH22BDA Blackwater

          Micheal, the total cost of those frivolous ethics complaints to the state of Alaska was over $2 million, not $300,000 THAT was why she resigned. That and her staff was exposed to the same sort of bogus lawsuits with no protection from the state.

      • http://twitter.com/MinneMike Michael Wiley

        Agree with you, Bort. In fact, Sarah Palin had to pay $500,000 out of the Palin family savings to fight those 21 frivolous suits, plus $300,000 of State of Alaska Treasury funds.

  • wodiej

    Polls, pundits etc. do not make or break this. In the final analysis it won’t matter a whit what bloggers think because having an opinion does not make something fact. Most people do not decide on who to support until a few weeks before the election. Gov. Palin has not even announced yet but some are writing her off before even allowing her to compete. That disqualifies someone’s opinion right there for lack of objectivity. Palin will run and I hope for the sake of this country that conservatives and independents get behind her for the presidency.

  • wodiej

    Polls, pundits etc. do not make or break this. In the final analysis it won’t matter a whit what bloggers think because having an opinion does not make something fact. Most people do not decide on who to support until a few weeks before the election. Gov. Palin has not even announced yet but some are writing her off before even allowing her to compete. That disqualifies someone’s opinion right there for lack of objectivity. Palin will run and I hope for the sake of this country that conservatives and independents get behind her for the presidency.

  • http://twitter.com/MinneMike Michael Wiley

    Ann and Laura are off the chain. Ann, an avid Chris Christie fanatic, telling Sarah Palin what she should do? Laughable.

    Laura has been in the Romney tank for two campaign cycles now.

    So, why is it that Sarah Palin detractors have become impatient for her to announce her candidacy or announce that she is not running?

    Why is it that Sarah Palin supporters trust that she will know when to announce her decision and are patient?

    And why is it that Ann demeans “that section of the right wing?”

  • san4maz

    Hey Ann,
    Look into Christie and you’ll see lots of issues he is for, which is not conservatism. Seems your a moderate along with Laura.

  • http://twitter.com/MinneMike Michael Wiley

    Friendly fire? It’s one thing for Tea Party members to be denigrated by Jim Hoffa, Maxine Waters, and company.

    Now you have Ann and Laura demeaning them because they support Sarah Palin.

    Ann and Laura need to wake up and realize that Palin is her own person, and that they willingly turn away a sizable portion of their audience.

  • http://twitter.com/MinneMike Michael Wiley

    And about that “71% don’t want her to run line,” first, the poll internals showed party break-down as: 50% democrat, 30% independent, and 20% republican.

    Moreover, there are currently 8 or 9 announced GOP candidates and at least one unannounced candidate splitting the GOP electorate. So, 65% or 71% or whatever is not surprising.

  • http://twitter.com/MinneMike Michael Wiley

    And about that “71% don’t want her to run line,” first, the poll internals showed party break-down as: 50% democrat, 30% independent, and 20% republican.

    Moreover, there are currently 8 or 9 announced GOP candidates and at least one unannounced candidate splitting the GOP electorate. So, 65% or 71% or whatever is not surprising.

  • Anonymous

    Palin is a quitter with a desire to be in the limelight. It is very sad when even the most stalwart conservatives are dismissed as “mean girls” and RINO’s (that destructive word) when they criticize Mrs. Palin. Everyone has a right to express their opinion in a public or private forum as S. Palin has. I for one, do not take her seriously.

  • Anonymous

    Palin is a quitter with a desire to be in the limelight. It is very sad when even the most stalwart conservatives are dismissed as “mean girls” and RINO’s (that destructive word) when they criticize Mrs. Palin. Everyone has a right to express their opinion in a public or private forum as S. Palin has. I for one, do not take her seriously.

    • Frederick

      Your full of it, and you know you are full of it. The media doesn’t leave her alone. Does she call them up eveyday eager to inform them where she’s going? No! She doesn’t tell them anything. They follow her around. She even said on national tv that she doesn’t owe the media anything, and still they follow her. She refused to tell them her plans after they insisted, and they still follow her. They camped out in her office, when she was the gov and wouldn’t leave. They followed her everywhere. They followed her to a freakin turkey farm. WTF? A writer who can’t stand her moved in next door. I know your not so stupid to believe your own dribble, so why do you come here, and spout such nonsense? You say you don’t take her seriously. Why? Because she quit? You think 20 ethics compliant in 9 months is not out of the ordinary? Even Rob Blagojevich didn’t even have that problem. Do you think accepting chocolates from a child warrants investigation, with state resources? How about holding a fish? How about wearing a jacket? How about even speaking to a reporter? Oh That’s rich! She writes a book, and someone has to come out with it’s evil twin. I think your own partisan zeal has made you a liar, and you are not in the least bit interested in correcting anything unjust in this country.

  • Anonymous

    Laura and Ann are just being realistic. Palin does not have the base of support needed to win nationally and I find it unlikely she could win the primary considering recent polling. The unwillingness on the part of her most devout supporters to accept this is simply hurting the greater cause. Take your ego out of it and consider the consequences of a second term of the SCOAMF.

    • Anonymous

      Does Bachmann, Cain, Paul and all the others

    • Anonymous

      Polls are always moving around until the last few weeks before an actual election. Right now, the Wash.Post/ABC Poll taken Aug 29 thru Sep 01 shows Palin in third place, with Ron Paul far behind in fourth.

      She’s pretty much hung around third place in most polls for the last several years, while others come and go in the first two slots (occasionally Palin is in one of those slots, too). This is where Perry was, shortly before he announced, BTW; third-to-fifth place, depending on which poll.

      But she keeps popping up in polls that are ignored by her detractors, such as the recent PPP (yeah, I know) poll in Ohio, where Palin’s “Favorability” rating among other primary hopefuls was highest, at 65%. PPP polls are not very reliable, but when the numbers come back that high or low, they are probably worth noting.

    • Anonymous

      Polls are always moving around until the last few weeks before an actual election. Right now, the Wash.Post/ABC Poll taken Aug 29 thru Sep 01 shows Palin in third place, with Ron Paul far behind in fourth.

      She’s pretty much hung around third place in most polls for the last several years, while others come and go in the first two slots (occasionally Palin is in one of those slots, too). This is where Perry was, shortly before he announced, BTW; third-to-fifth place, depending on which poll.

      But she keeps popping up in polls that are ignored by her detractors, such as the recent PPP (yeah, I know) poll in Ohio, where Palin’s “Favorability” rating among other primary hopefuls was highest, at 65%. PPP polls are not very reliable, but when the numbers come back that high or low, they are probably worth noting.

      • Anonymous

        So you find the one poll out of a dozen that paints a better picture for Palin and you’re hoisting it up the flag pole? Keep your eyes on the goal. You know what that is, yes?

        • Anonymous

          So I can’t post a poll that counters some other poll unless I post all polls, or something? How does that work, exactly?

          And it was two polls. The point being not all polls show the same things, so you have to go by other forms of data, besides. Like attendance at events, earned media, contributions in the $20 range, etc.

        • Anonymous

          So I can’t post a poll that counters some other poll unless I post all polls, or something? How does that work, exactly?

          And it was two polls. The point being not all polls show the same things, so you have to go by other forms of data, besides. Like attendance at events, earned media, contributions in the $20 range, etc.

      • Anonymous

        So you find the one poll out of a dozen that paints a better picture for Palin and you’re hoisting it up the flag pole? Keep your eyes on the goal. You know what that is, yes?

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_YSP3JRA4DDG24EO26YMPFBGPQI Vech

    Coulter has always said Palin should wait for 2012 or 2016.

    • Anonymous

      …or 2020, or 2024. Whatever it takes to get Christie in there.

  • Anonymous

    Someone should remind the blonde commentator that saying Sarah is “unelectable” and in the same conversation calling her “Obama of the Tea Party” is a just a wee bit inconsistent…

  • http://www.facebook.com/keeter777 Keith Alleman

    I don’t know what happened to Ann. She believes Palin hasn’t tackled policy when I’ve been seeing plenty of it coming from her and nothing much from the announced candidates. I find she’s been very consistent so far and isn’t teasing anything. Again, Sarah Palin said the end of September would be the time to decide so I don’t get this “teasing” meme.

    • Mark Smith

      “Policy”? I knew it was over for Palin the July 4th she resigned as Governor without having completed one full term. She as much claims she was too toxic to stay in office. And now we’re supposed to run toxic for President.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_Y75GLOGMNUGBUTTUR4CKYYGXJE Bort Jones

        First, Sarah Palin had fulfilled all the campaign promises she made, i.e., ethics reform, budget cutting, earmark cutting, getting the natural gas pipeline off high center through an open, transparent, and competitive process

        Sarah Palin resigned to get the countless frivolous complaints against her out of the governor’s office, and the money they cost the state, away from the burden of taxpayers.
        That entire campaign of BS lawsuits was meant to do nothing but hamstring
        the governor’s office and bankrupt Sarah Palin

        She saw that if she stayed on as Governor it would continue to cost the state millions of dollars in wasted time and resources to defend against false and maliciously ethics complaints and doom it to gridlock.
        Gov. Palin’s entire administration was paralyzed by those frivolous complaints.

        In an article Gov. Palin said:
        “I said, ‘Enough. Political adversaries and their political friends in the media will not destroy my State, my administration, nor my family. Enough.’ I knew if I didn’t play their game any longer, they could not win. I would not retreat, I would instead reload, and I would fight for what is right from a different plane.”

        The Democrat operatives (and their Republican lackeys!!) responsible, were strangling the people’s business with their endless political manipulation of the system.
        She resigned because of time and financial burden of a litany of ethics complaints.
        The complaints were without merit and took away from the job she wanted to do for Alaskans.
        ———————————————————————-

        Second, for the past three years Sarah Palin has been the most vocal critique of the president.
        She took him on when his approval ratings were still high and no one dared say anything negative about Obama.

        Sarah Palin has repeatedly offered serious policy statements on issues such as health care, the Federal Reserve’s money printing in funding our federal deficit, and when it is appropriate for us to commit our military forces overseas.

        No other national Republican leader has done so as consistently, effectively, and as well.!!

        Also she basically spearheaded the 2010 victory with her endorsements and rallies all over the country ; she was (justly) credited with playing a central role after the Republicans swept last November

        Sarah Palin hasn’t backed off or lacked comment on any major issue; she has been out front on all the major issues!

        • Mark Smith

          I like what Palin says. She says exactly what Rush Limbaugh and Mark Levin say every day, as well. This myth that she is the only Conservative in the United States is exactly that, a myth. She didn’t fight out one full term, in a very red state. Spare me.

        • Mark Smith

          I like what Palin says. She says exactly what Rush Limbaugh and Mark Levin say every day, as well. This myth that she is the only Conservative in the United States is exactly that, a myth. She didn’t fight out one full term, in a very red state. Spare me.

        • Mark Smith

          I like what Palin says. She says exactly what Rush Limbaugh and Mark Levin say every day, as well. This myth that she is the only Conservative in the United States is exactly that, a myth. She didn’t fight out one full term, in a very red state. Spare me.

          • Anonymous

            This myth that she is the only Conservative in the United States is exactly that, a myth.

            Of course it’s a myth. You just made it up.

        • Garym

          Don’t bother trying to have a discussion with this clown, he’s just here to fish.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_Y75GLOGMNUGBUTTUR4CKYYGXJE Bort Jones

        First, Sarah Palin had fulfilled all the campaign promises she made, i.e., ethics reform, budget cutting, earmark cutting, getting the natural gas pipeline off high center through an open, transparent, and competitive process

        Sarah Palin resigned to get the countless frivolous complaints against her out of the governor’s office, and the money they cost the state, away from the burden of taxpayers.
        That entire campaign of BS lawsuits was meant to do nothing but hamstring
        the governor’s office and bankrupt Sarah Palin

        She saw that if she stayed on as Governor it would continue to cost the state millions of dollars in wasted time and resources to defend against false and maliciously ethics complaints and doom it to gridlock.
        Gov. Palin’s entire administration was paralyzed by those frivolous complaints.

        In an article Gov. Palin said:
        “I said, ‘Enough. Political adversaries and their political friends in the media will not destroy my State, my administration, nor my family. Enough.’ I knew if I didn’t play their game any longer, they could not win. I would not retreat, I would instead reload, and I would fight for what is right from a different plane.”

        The Democrat operatives (and their Republican lackeys!!) responsible, were strangling the people’s business with their endless political manipulation of the system.
        She resigned because of time and financial burden of a litany of ethics complaints.
        The complaints were without merit and took away from the job she wanted to do for Alaskans.
        ———————————————————————-

        Second, for the past three years Sarah Palin has been the most vocal critique of the president.
        She took him on when his approval ratings were still high and no one dared say anything negative about Obama.

        Sarah Palin has repeatedly offered serious policy statements on issues such as health care, the Federal Reserve’s money printing in funding our federal deficit, and when it is appropriate for us to commit our military forces overseas.

        No other national Republican leader has done so as consistently, effectively, and as well.!!

        Also she basically spearheaded the 2010 victory with her endorsements and rallies all over the country ; she was (justly) credited with playing a central role after the Republicans swept last November

        Sarah Palin hasn’t backed off or lacked comment on any major issue; she has been out front on all the major issues!

      • Anonymous

        You’re getting your “toxic” confused with your SCOAMFOTUS.

      • Frederick

        Sarah is not the toxic one, and never has been. The toxicity is the force that compelled her to resign. It is you, in truth, who is allowing yourself to the succumb to the very toxicity that plagues the political process. You are allowing corruption to dictate to you who not to vote for. You know i’m right. You have accepted the idea that enough of the rest of the country believes the same toxicity as you, but in truth, it is you who is complementing it.

  • http://theheartlander.wordpress.com/ Heartlander

    Gotta take Coulter with a grain of salt when she keeps pushing a guy who buys into the global warming hoax and has pugnaciously gone to bat for people with known Islamist sympathies.

    • Anonymous

      Everyone and I mean everyone screws up and doesn’t get it 100% right. If you’re waiting for such a candidate you might as well stay home and cast your vote for the bummer.

    • Anonymous

      Everyone and I mean everyone screws up and doesn’t get it 100% right. If you’re waiting for such a candidate you might as well stay home and cast your vote for the bummer.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_EITNN5WQYXG5VNAM25PZWIIZL4 silky

    That’s just not right. I really liked those two women before this. Sarah Palin is a better candidate than most still in the running, and she hasn’t even decided to run. Listen to her words instead of being misguided by critiques by both the left and now the right. She’s been demonized, but that doesn’t diminish her true value to this country. She speaks the truth for all of us, regardless of harsh critiques. Conservatives better get behind the candidate this time, instead of staying home like they did in the last presidential election. We can thank the likes of stuffy Republicans temper tantrums for this person who currently occupies the People’s White House. Do it again and we’ll get another four years to destroy what is left of the United States of America.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_EITNN5WQYXG5VNAM25PZWIIZL4 silky

    That’s just not right. I really liked those two women before this. Sarah Palin is a better candidate than most still in the running, and she hasn’t even decided to run. Listen to her words instead of being misguided by critiques by both the left and now the right. She’s been demonized, but that doesn’t diminish her true value to this country. She speaks the truth for all of us, regardless of harsh critiques. Conservatives better get behind the candidate this time, instead of staying home like they did in the last presidential election. We can thank the likes of stuffy Republicans temper tantrums for this person who currently occupies the People’s White House. Do it again and we’ll get another four years to destroy what is left of the United States of America.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_ZXI4UBD27HRSDGCXGIP7IYHORY Waldo

    double post … sorry

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_ZXI4UBD27HRSDGCXGIP7IYHORY Waldo

    double post … sorry

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_ZXI4UBD27HRSDGCXGIP7IYHORY Waldo

    That’s just not right. I really liked those two women before this. Sarah Palin is a better candidate than most still in the running, and she hasn’t even decided to run. Listen to her words carefully, instead of being misguided by critiques from both the left and now the right. She’s been demonized, but that doesn’t diminish her true value to this country. Why let it be so easy to invalidate strong competition with harsh criticism? She speaks the truth for all of us, regardless of harsh critiques. Don’t let Liberal Cross Over votes and ObamaMedia influence the GOP primary again. Conservatives better get behind the candidate this time, instead of staying home like they did in the last presidential election. We can thank the likes of stuffy Republican temper tantrums for this person who currently occupies the people’s White House. Do it again and we’ll get another four years to destroy what is left of the United States of America.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_ZXI4UBD27HRSDGCXGIP7IYHORY Waldo

    That’s just not right. I really liked those two women before this. Sarah Palin is a better candidate than most still in the running, and she hasn’t even decided to run. Listen to her words carefully, instead of being misguided by critiques from both the left and now the right. She’s been demonized, but that doesn’t diminish her true value to this country. Why let it be so easy to invalidate strong competition with harsh criticism? She speaks the truth for all of us, regardless of harsh critiques. Don’t let Liberal Cross Over votes and ObamaMedia influence the GOP primary again. Conservatives better get behind the candidate this time, instead of staying home like they did in the last presidential election. We can thank the likes of stuffy Republican temper tantrums for this person who currently occupies the people’s White House. Do it again and we’ll get another four years to destroy what is left of the United States of America.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_ZXI4UBD27HRSDGCXGIP7IYHORY Waldo
    • Anonymous

      I’ll take a fat man with morals to a scrawny marxist ANYDAY.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_ZXI4UBD27HRSDGCXGIP7IYHORY Waldo
  • http://www.twitter.com/Naqamel Naqamel

    The best chance to defeat B. Hussein Obama next year is Rick Perry.

    Perry / Bachmann 2012

    • Mark Smith

      Agree with you, but one modification: Perry/Rubio 2012

    • Anonymous

      This is so ironic. It was entirely likely that neither Perry nor Bauchmann would have been re-elected to their current positions without the charismatic intervention of Governor Palin.

      • Mark Smith

        Perry wouldn’t have been elected IN TEXAS without Palin? As a lifelong Texan I say Hardee-har-har.

        • Anonymous

          Mark, you seem to forget that Rick Perry was in a tight race with Kay Hutchison until Sarah Palin came to Texas for a Super Bowl sunday rally that drew 3 to 4 times more people than previous Perry rallies. And, I might add he pulled dramatically enough ahead in the polls for KBH to drop out. You also forget that in a Gallup presidential poll less than a month later, Palin outpolled Perry IN TEXAS ! Hardee-har-har

        • Anonymous

          Mark, you seem to forget that Rick Perry was in a tight race with Kay Hutchison until Sarah Palin came to Texas for a Super Bowl sunday rally that drew 3 to 4 times more people than previous Perry rallies. And, I might add he pulled dramatically enough ahead in the polls for KBH to drop out. You also forget that in a Gallup presidential poll less than a month later, Palin outpolled Perry IN TEXAS ! Hardee-har-har

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WWFTUCBOPWNF5NAZKRWWH22BDA Blackwater

      Perry is more corrupt than Obama. Plus he’s for open borders with Mexico. Perry won’t be the Republican nominee. You can take that to the bank

  • http://www.twitter.com/Naqamel Naqamel

    The best chance to defeat B. Hussein Obama next year is Rick Perry.

    Perry / Bachmann 2012

  • Anonymous

    Sarah Palin to Ann Coulter: Stuff it you harridan.

  • Anonymous

    At the risk of sounding like a mindless Palinbot who so annoys Ann Coulter, I just have to say what I’ve said here before: two blondes disliking Palin is not new or news. They’re blond.

    I’m a big fan of Ann Coulter but she has really gone off the conservative edge. Yeah, yeah, yeah, she’s a North Eastern Republican and I get it that she always has a hard on for Republicans who win elections in blue states. I know that’s her main criteria. But with this election it seems to be her only criteria. Mitt Romney is pro-choice. Chris Christie is so far from being conservative that it’s astounding to me that she loves him so much.

    Now, about Palin fans. I watched that interview last night and I was really shocked to hear Ann Coulter go after Palin supporters the way she did. Ann Coulter? Of all people?

    Back in my message board days I used to post Ann Coulter columns just to piss off liberals. That woman is so hated and vilified by liberals that it’s almost scary to read the venom they spew at her. I defended her all the time. For her, of all people, to despise people who defend Palin is just a real mystery to me. Except for the blond part. Then it makes sense, but it’s very depressing to see Ann Coulter act like a typical blond.

    • Anonymous

      You sound like a “typical” jealous woman. I know, you just like to piss people off. Whatever floats your boat.

    • Anonymous

      You sound like a “typical” jealous woman. I know, you just like to piss people off. Whatever floats your boat.

  • Anonymous

    If you remember, about a week ago Mark Levin let Chris Christie have it…..calling him a big slob, saying his ego was completely out of control, for telling his constituents to stop working on their tans, and get off the beach, prior to the tropical storm. Levin called it unstatesman-like, which is true.
    Everyone knows The Great One loves Gov. Palin’s stance on the issues…..this was Ann’s chance to get him back for hammering her beloved RINO, Christie. Coulter acted like a second grader…..I lost a ton of respect for her and the Bill O’Reilly hack, Laura Ingraham.

  • Anonymous

    I want to expand on my comment below because I don’t want people to think I just made a catty comment in defense of Palin.

    When I say I hate women I’m dead serious. I hate them. I hate being around them. I hate working with them. I hate working for them. Women are horrible. Women are especially horrible to each other. In all my years as a woman working in a technical field I came to loath other women. I would rather work for and with men any day.

    The myth of the male chauvinist pig is just that. It’s a myth. In 30 years I can count the number of men who gave me a hard time on 3 fingers of one hand and every one of them was short and balding. By the third short, balding man I learned to deal with their insecurities by avoiding them at all costs. But most men were helpful, respectful, and kind to me.

    Women, on the other hand, suck. The stories I could tell about what other women have done to me over the years would curl your hair. And I’m not even attractive. I saw what they could do to the Sarah Palin’s. Women like Sarah Palin are a very rare breed indeed. And they get targeted. Me? I always hung with the men so I never let the harpies bother me. But I saw how the bottle blond middle aged prom queens went after a couple of women I worked with. One couldn’t take it and quit. The other one is still hanging in there.

    Sarah Palin is the only woman I would ever vote for. She’s not like the rest of them.

  • Anonymous

    I want to expand on my comment below because I don’t want people to think I just made a catty comment in defense of Palin.

    When I say I hate women I’m dead serious. I hate them. I hate being around them. I hate working with them. I hate working for them. Women are horrible. Women are especially horrible to each other. In all my years as a woman working in a technical field I came to loath other women. I would rather work for and with men any day.

    The myth of the male chauvinist pig is just that. It’s a myth. In 30 years I can count the number of men who gave me a hard time on 3 fingers of one hand and every one of them was short and balding. By the third short, balding man I learned to deal with their insecurities by avoiding them at all costs. But most men were helpful, respectful, and kind to me.

    Women, on the other hand, suck. The stories I could tell about what other women have done to me over the years would curl your hair. And I’m not even attractive. I saw what they could do to the Sarah Palin’s. Women like Sarah Palin are a very rare breed indeed. And they get targeted. Me? I always hung with the men so I never let the harpies bother me. But I saw how the bottle blond middle aged prom queens went after a couple of women I worked with. One couldn’t take it and quit. The other one is still hanging in there.

    Sarah Palin is the only woman I would ever vote for. She’s not like the rest of them.

    • Anonymous

      That is just your personal experience. It is the truth that you have lived. Other people’s experiences vary I am sure.

  • Anonymous

    Ann has been a total disappointment to me lately. I am a libertarian,not a right winger. Ann has got it wrong. I like her but she is going to be taken down quite a few pegs when Palin is POTUS. They are totally projecting on policy. Palin is a policy wonk who speaks in plain language. Ann and Laura have not done their homework at all.

  • CYNICALZ

    OK! Were getting a little bit “bitchy,” Each one has their own interpretation of what Palin does best. Take it or leave it.

  • http://twitter.com/Stewman1965 Bill Steward

    This article doesn’t even begin to describe the (MSNBC style) in which Coulter and Ingraham went after Sarah Palin last night.. Aside from their blatant hypocrisy, which was mentioned, they even poked fun at Palin’s voice… Really, ladies, her voice.??? Not satisfied with their conservative bashing, they then went after Palin’s supporters which they called “Fans” (painting her a mere celebrity??), many of them being TEA Party Supporters.. So, in this one segment they managed to attack Conservatives, the TEA Party and one of the Greatest Republicans to come along in a long time, Sarah Palin… Saul Alinsky would be proud of these two, It appears their segment came right from his book, “rules for radicals”..

  • http://twitter.com/Stewman1965 Bill Steward

    This article doesn’t even begin to describe the (MSNBC style) in which Coulter and Ingraham went after Sarah Palin last night.. Aside from their blatant hypocrisy, which was mentioned, they even poked fun at Palin’s voice… Really, ladies, her voice.??? Not satisfied with their conservative bashing, they then went after Palin’s supporters which they called “Fans” (painting her a mere celebrity??), many of them being TEA Party Supporters.. So, in this one segment they managed to attack Conservatives, the TEA Party and one of the Greatest Republicans to come along in a long time, Sarah Palin… Saul Alinsky would be proud of these two, It appears their segment came right from his book, “rules for radicals”..

  • Anonymous

    While the degree to which candidates possess ‘substantive’ policy smarts is a legitimate object of argument, Ann Coulter’s reasoning about Gov Palin’s alleged ‘unelectability’ takes my breath away. The liberal media have done her (Sarah) irrevocable damage and it shows in the polls according to Ann. So Ann Coulter now admits publicly that the liberal media should select the GOP candidate. I would never dream of sending so-called ‘hate mail’ to anyone, but it is very disappointing to see Ann Coulter, of all people, raising the white flag of surrender to ther MSM.

    Let us now wait and see if the “Undefeated” will accept such defeat so easily.

  • Anonymous

    So why does Ann require Palin to fish or cut bait, but willing to wait for Christie? What is up with that? It shows that Coulter is a RINO and does not want a Tea Partier for President. Christie is a RINO. If he were a true conservative he would never have been elected in such a blue state as New Jersey. He is a centrist and a Lib Republican. Just like Scott Brown is in Mass. They have to be Centrists in order to be electable in those leftist blue states.

    • Anonymous

      I agree. And if you get a chance to, listen to what RUSH had to say today about the Moderates and the claim from the Left that Repub’s need to learn how to compromise. Good stuff!

    • Anonymous

      Ann Coulter know that Chris Christie couldn’t carry Sarah Palins water!

    • Anonymous

      Ann Coulter know that Chris Christie couldn’t carry Sarah Palins water!

  • Anonymous

    Interesting that after dismissing Palin both Coulter and Ingram say that it is irresponsible for someone who thinks they can beat Obamba, to not get into the race. So, Palin should run. Ann did say in the end about being tired of the tease, ‘Just get in and run.” So I concur with the update about Coulter, one candidate is worth waiting on…and one is not.

  • Anonymous

    So, here I am, positively joyful after my 2000+ roundtrip drive from FL to IA for the Restoring America rally thinking I did my part as a conservative who truly is concerned about the direction our country. Thinking Governor Palin did her part as well with that speech. I mean who on our side could possibly disagree with her message? Well, after arriving home, apparently, I’m just a dumb, obot, rabid supporter who doesn’t know what’s good for me and my family and my grandchildren. This is a very disheartening day for me.

    • http://www.solitudeholdings.com/blog1/ Dan C

      Don’t worry. Our time will come.

    • Anonymous

      But all of the Hobbit send you their love. That should warm your heart.

      Psssst, there are more of us than them. Now have a wonderful evening.

  • Anonymous

    All I see here is a cat fight.

  • Anonymous

    All I see here is a cat fight.

  • Anonymous

    Two brilliant, patriotic speeches over the weekend, with ideas and substance, and all these two can talk about is a poll in September 2011. No, they don’t have an agenda.
    O’Reilly’s hack and the president of Christie’s fan club are becoming embarrassments.

  • Anonymous

    Sarah Palins announcement date is obviously on a need to know basis, and you two obviously don’t need to know!

  • http://twitter.com/TammyChicago Tammy P

    I was disgusted to see Ann last night on Inside Edition getting more mileage out of bashing Sarah and her “fans”. She claims that after the Ingraham exchange, Sarah fans did not disappoint and filled her inbox with vitriol. It would seem to me that *Ann* has now become the subject rather than Sarah. I would also venture to say that anyone who refuses to do their homework with regards to Sarah is not qualified to make an assessment of her. Coulter’s head is buried so deep in the proverbial sand that the only thing left hanging in the wind is her ass.

  • http://twitter.com/TammyChicago Tammy P

    I was disgusted to see Ann last night on Inside Edition getting more mileage out of bashing Sarah and her “fans”. She claims that after the Ingraham exchange, Sarah fans did not disappoint and filled her inbox with vitriol. It would seem to me that *Ann* has now become the subject rather than Sarah. I would also venture to say that anyone who refuses to do their homework with regards to Sarah is not qualified to make an assessment of her. Coulter’s head is buried so deep in the proverbial sand that the only thing left hanging in the wind is her ass.

  • Anonymous

    I am really beginning to see who my friends really are!!! It is amazing that all of the soto conservatives elites whom I have admire in the past rush towards the establishments!!! They really don’t believe what they been preaching. I don’t care if they support Palin or not! Why do they have to distort and spin!

    Palin2012!!!