By The Right Scoop


Yesterday on Meet the Press Gov. Chris Christie said that Newt has embarrassed the Republican Party, but Sarah Palin fired back today telling Eric Bolling that Christie made a rookie mistake in getting his ‘panties in a wad’ over Newt winning one state, and that he played right into the media’s hands. She said that he may regret that he said these things later:

Note: The full interview is on “Follow the Money” tonight at 10PM on Fox Business. Bolling stated that the interview runs about 14 minutes, so I’m sure she has much more to say on this.

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  • http://punditpawn.wordpress.com PunditPawn

    The visual of her statement is disturbing.

    • Anonymous

      LOL!!

    • Anonymous

      Some very unnaturally sized visuals at that.

      • Anonymous

        Left to wonder if that’s also the the thought that got Bolling so tickled !

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Steven-Valdez/1806887704 Steven Valdez

      And they be some BIG O’ PANTIES too

    • Anonymous

      Oh no! Wait ! I went there in my mind. I can’t get back. Heeeellllp !

      Edit: It went there all by itself !

    • mrcombi

      But Crispy’s obesity naturally twists his panties in a wad…

  • Anonymous

    Beck Reacts to Gingrich Calling His Criticism ‘Bologna’: ‘The Audio Speaks for Itself’
    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/beck-reacts-to-gingrich-calling-his-criticism-bologna-the-audio-speaks-for-itself/

    Beck and Palin are right about Newt for different reasons.

    • PFFV

      I like Beck and all he has done for this nation but his hate-fest for Gingrich is over the top. We all make mistakes (Glenn has made many himself) in our past, and will most likely make more as we live and learn through out lifes amazing journey. The only thing that matters in my opinion is whether or not we learn from our mistakes and become better human beings moving forward. I have forgiven Newt for his handful of mistakes and like everything he is saying and doing as our Conservative Republican candidate. Newt haters will hate just because they want to. Everyone has flaws and I think some people need to look at themselves before casting stones at others. Newt – West 2012

      • http://twitter.com/Rushlimbang Brian Skinner

        If Glenn Beck did not have the past that he has he would be running for president right now. Unfortunately Newt Gingrich thinks his past does not matter.

      • Anonymous

        The amazing thing is how we keep eating our own… the enemy of my enemy is my friend. It hurts my soul to see our GOP candidates chew each other up. Each of them has their flaws… Newt is saying the right things right now and deserves the bump. I only hope he delivers on his promises.

        Santorum/Rubio 2012

        • Anonymous

          ABO?

      • Anonymous

        Newt is intelligent, quick-witted and wins hands down in every debate. But, can we trust him?

        Newt the Progressive Futurist
        http://lonelyconservative.com/2011/12/newt-the-progressive-futurist/

        Beck warns Tea Party “Newt is a PROGRESSIVE”

        Glenn Beck on Newt Gingrich, Teddy Roosevelt and other Progressives

        Beck Explains His Criticism of ‘Progressive’ Gingrich (Plus the Truth About His Views on the Tea Party)
        http://www.theblaze.com/stories/beck-explains-his-criticism-of-progressive-gingrich-plus-the-truth-about-his-views-on-the-tea-party/

        • Anonymous

          “WE GET IT ALREADY.” is what we who support Newt would like to say. Glenn Beck is obnoxious, insulting and repeatative. Newt is neither perfect nor 100% consistent. Shocking, after just 40 years in politics and Newt isn’t 100% consitent on every single issue. Ask yourself some questions;

          Who isn’t preogressive a little??? I can make a great case against Reagan if you like? Reagan admired FDR and Teddy Roosevelt too. oh no! Reagan was divorced too, that DIRTBAG! Reagan supported Social Security… just like FDR!!! You like Israel??? Well did you know Reagan condemned Israel for it’s 1981 air strike against Iraq’s nuclear sites? (btw, Newt bucked Reagan on that and supported Israel)
          What of Glenn Beck? He supports George Washington… yuck! GW owned slaves!!! That’s progressive!! Thomas Jefferson owned slaves AND he had sex and a baby from a 15 y/o slave… and Glenn Beck supports Jefferson!!! OMG. Want me to play endless clips in a loop of Beck saying he likes George Washington? Beacuse that proves glenn supports slavery and hates black people. P.S. Glenn is also divorced, such a hypocritical DIRTBAG!!!

          You see the game Glenn Beck is playing? He’s the grand judge to decide who is and who isn’t ‘progressive’. Keep in mind, until Barak Obama came around, progressive wasn’t a dirty word. So it’s not shocking to hear ANY politician say they have some progressive ideas.

          • Anonymous

            g said: “WE GET IT ALREADY.”

            Hopefully those who vote for Newt should he become president won’t make us “get it too”. Just like those people that voted for obama have ended up suffering and they made the rest of us who didn’t vote for obama, suffer too.

            It is not wise to attack the messenger w/out researching the truth in the message.

            It seems you are unwilling to understand what GB and many others have said and verified about Newt. You refute Newt’s legislative policies that clearly demonstrate his globalist leanings. Newt is a CFR member and a globalist. Google it.

            g said: RR & GB being divorced means they are dirtbags but Newt who has had several divorces is just a guy that made mistakes in his life. The ole Double standard, thrives.

            g said: GB supports slavery because he likes George Washington and Thomas Jefferson.

            That’s quite a stretch. Good thing you aren’t taking the GRE, LSAT or any test that has questions that involve analogies and reasoning. smile.

            GB has an excellent track record when it comes to predicting many of the happenings that have occurred in America.

            Glenn Beck was called crazy for some of his predictions, but now it seems to be coming true

            GBTV: Glenn discusses history and why 2012 could be one of the scariest times ever

            g said: Who isn’t preogressive a little???
            Being a little Progressive is like being a little dead. The result is the same.

            Revolutionary progressiveness or socialism – contrasting some differences

            Glenn Beck on Progressivism Part 1

            Allen West on Progressivism

            misc.
            g said: Reagan admired FDR and Teddy Roosevelt too ( links to prove your case, please). If so, what specifically did Reagan admire about them?
            g said: I can make a great case against Reagan (please do).

            g said: Newt bucked Reagan on that and supported Israel ( links, please). If so, does that mean the Reagan overall was not a supporter of Israel? G, do you think that supporting a country means that you support them even if you disagree with them on occasion? G, do you think Israel deserves to be supported across the board?

            President Ronald Reagan and the Jews
            http://www.jewishledger.com/2011/02/president-ronald-reagan-and-the-jews/

            http://media.glennbeck.com/docs/100americans-pg2.pdf
            The Anatomy of a Smear

            g said: Keep in mind, until Barak Obama came around, progressive wasn’t a dirty word.

            Therein lies the problem.

            The Progressive Movement

            Glenn Beck: Liberals Just CALL Themselves PROGRESSIVE to HIDE What They Really Are

            What is a Progressive? pt.2

            The Progressive Utopia

            Logically Understanding Progressives.

            You can bring up people like GB, RR, TR, BO or concepts of slavery, racism and progressiveness or discuss middle eastern policy. It’s subterfuge.

            The real issue, is not what other people say or have done or past events, the real issue is “Can Newt be trusted given the record that he has set.

            I say “no”. And g says: “yes”

    • Anonymous

      Very interesting piece. I know Glenn is being attacked lately but he shares my concern… Newt has some skeletons and it’ll all come out eventually. I like Newt and he’s doing well right now… My main slam on him is he’s a progressive and he’s saying what we want to hear. Now if he believes it and will stay true to the Tea Party (because that’s who he’s pandering to), then I say, elect Newt.

      Caveat: I’m in the tank for Santorum right now.

      • Anonymous

        I hit like on your comment but it did not register.

        • Anonymous

          No worries… I appreciate the thought. Cheers!

      • Anonymous

        Your for the Big government Progressive Santorum?

        Have you seen/heard this on Glenn Beck?

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M3TVoVqvt74 or this;
        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Gwwmm-cQxU ???

        Nope.

        How about Glenn’s REAL pick, Mitt Romney? You hear this?

        Shocking eh? point is, with little effort, you can string together lots of scarey progressive quotes from ANY candidate running. Weird how Glenn and his crack research staff can ONLY find stuff on Newt, weird how they ONLY attack Newt and spend every day attacking him. How’s it feel to know your a racist/liar/progressive devil/facist too??? (that’s the nice things Glenn says about Newt and we who like Newt) Santorum is progressive too. And Romney is by FAR the most progressive/liberal guy in the entire primary.

        • Anonymous

          I appreciate your effort to open my eyes.

          All our current candidates have dirt and there’s so much media on all of them that anything they say can mean almost anything or be taken out of context (Satan is the great deceiver – and we wrestle not against flesh and blood). My concern is that we are all digging for gold nuggets to indict opponents to our favorite candidates. We have these four to choose from right now (unles, God-forbid, you choose Maobama). So I’ve chosen Santorum based on all that I’ve seen. He’s the one I feel most comfortable with – or least uncomfortable with. ;)

          Mittens is WAY too liberal/progressive… agreed. Newt has a similar history in some respects as Mittens but I’m hoping that what he’s currently saying is truly what he feels now and what he will do… unlike Mittens who seems to say whatever he has to in order to get elected (plus the damned establishment REALLY wants him to win). But again, that could be the rub on Gingrich. Ron Paul has certain stances on foreign policy, etc. that make him an undesirable candidate to me. And Santorum has some dirt also and a history of some damnable offenses. They all stink in one way or another.

          But since this is what we have, we have to choose someone. And we’re all trying to pick the BEST candidate because it’s so important that we get this ridiculous, dangerous, horrible man out of the White House.

          The key to success is to insert conservative and trust-worthy people into the Senate, the House, the Judiciary, and the state legislatures. Those are what really matter and those are what will keep whomever we’re stuck with in check.

    • http://twitter.com/113KriEger 13Krieger

      There he goes again…..Glenn Beck took Newt so far out of context it is laughable. The funny part is Glenn Beck has to try really hard to backtrack on several of his issues and then begins to take Newt way of of context because you don’t get the here under what issues Newt is speaking about. Second, I know for a fact one of the things Beck used was a dinner speech honoring David Roosevelt who was FDRs grandson. Like Newt is really going to say bad things about FDR in a dinner honoring his grandson. Get real Beck…..go back to Israel supporting and middleast bashing which is what you seem to do best.

      Your (Glenn Beck) liberterian views are so hypocritical!!!!!!!

      • Anonymous

        Your dislike of GB does not negate what he said about Newt.

        Research Newt yourself. You might want to look at his involvements with CFR and the NAU, for starters.

        PS
        13 said:
        go back to Israel supporting and middleast bashing which is what you seem to do best.

        Israel is in the Middle East so how can you say Beck bashes the Middle East?

        • Anonymous

          In case your not noticing, Glenn Beck is in the process of crashing and burning. He will be bankrupt himself. He was forced out of Fox for good reasons. The man thinks he’s a messenger from God you know? He thinks he’s a prophet and he’s ‘teaching’ us children. And if we don’t follow his commands he throws child-like temper tantrums and insults his own listeners.
          His show has gotten ‘progressively’ worse each of the past 2 years or so. Personally I think Pat has become a very destructive influence on him.

          • Anonymous

            I concede that Glenn is declining. I think he is trying to help save America and I appreciate all that he’s brought to light. But this whole GBTV venture has been a little flat for me and watching 2 hours of his show and the next conspiracies is too much (it really makes me depessed). He seems to be getting a little frayed and I fear he took too much on with GBTV. I like him and encourage him but my faith and support in him is slipping a little. Not sure what’s going on with him.

  • Anonymous

    She knows just how to politely infuriate a bully!

  • Anonymous

    Bless you Sarah Palin, you have more proxy than Chris Christie ever will.

    • Anonymous

      …and moxy as well :-)

      • Anonymous

        ….and Cha-Cha-Cha Choxie too!!

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

    Perry on Gingrich: If You Cheat On Your Wife, You’ll Cheat On Anybody: Why Newt Will Screw Us http://wp.me/pxxfo-1wM

  • http://twitter.com/mjh4259 Mary

    She’s right, as usual.

  • Anonymous

    I just LOVE this woman!!

  • Maxsteele

    Christie also said that he would be happy to accept the VP spot on a Romney ticket this week. So I wonder, could this be a glaring conflict of interest here from a man who said he was too focused on running NJ to run for president but now is willing to leave that job to be VP for Romney then attacks Newt on the liberal MSM?
    Is this too obvious cronyism???

    • Anonymous

      They’ll have to install the W.H. Taft bathtub in the observatory if Mitty is elected

      • Anonymous

        Would that tub be big enough?

      • Anonymous

        Aaaaagh!!! The visuals!!!

      • Maxsteele

        Hahaha, and wonder what companies would be getting the stimulus money in that administration? Krispy Kreme being one for sure.

        • Anonymous

          Perhaps not a bad idea … For the price of one Solyndra, over 3 billion donuts could have been given for free to the citizenry – and it would have created far more jobs.

    • Anonymous

      Great point. Imagine that…

      You’d think Romney offered something to Ann Coulter too… You can never have too many attack dogs.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Steven-Valdez/1806887704 Steven Valdez

    When David asked Christie what conservative accomplishment has Mitt Romney done. Christie Cream basically said well he’s a successful business man. What is really pathetic is that Mitt Romney needs someone who is authentic to do his battle for him because he can’t connect and is out of touch.

    • Anonymous

      I just ran into a guy that still thinks Christie Cream is a Conservative-HA!

      • Anonymous

        Did you back up and run into him again for his wrong headedness?

    • Anonymous

      one could say the same thing about george soros…that is: “he’s a successful businessman.” does that make him a conservative?

  • Anonymous

    LMAO! Go get’em cuda! Hilarious!

    Anyone know what channel if any is carrying the debate tonight?

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Steven-Valdez/1806887704 Steven Valdez

      I heard it’s on your local NBC channel

      • Anonymous

        Thanx Steve

    • Anonymous

      She’s a good shot.

      • Anonymous

        With half her brain tied behind her back…just to make it fair.

    • Anonymous

      Brilliant! Very good… :)

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_772LRALQH64ZDY624KKBWIBFMU nick

      Thats big game RINO too. Probably a 400 pounder.

  • Anonymous

    By the way Christie. Newt was not an embarrssment to the Republican party, they were an embarrassment to him…and still are. The Republican establishment can kiss their constituent’s asses…

    …and they’d better hurry before they have no constituents left…or right.

    The Tea Party is defunct right? WRONG! Newt was one of the first to embrace them and Santorum was one of the first who said he would speak out against them.

    So, let’s examine this. Santorum is toast, Mitt may be toast. Newt’s what’s for breakfast, lunch and dinner today. The rest of you guys can morph into croutons.

    I’ll have a link to add in a few minutes to factualize what I’ve said here :-)

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Steven-Valdez/1806887704 Steven Valdez

      I thought Santorum spoke out against the libertarian wing of the tea party.

      • Anonymous

        Check out the link I have now added above sir…from Santorum’s own mouf.

        What a profound fool he is.

        • Anonymous

          He filibustered DeMint? Unbelievable.

          • Anonymous

            I choked at that too.

        • http://www.facebook.com/people/Steven-Valdez/1806887704 Steven Valdez

          Yeah I watched it now, and I think that townhall clip of Santorum is edited and been taken out of context, even Scoop posted about it a while back, I really think he was talking about libertarian wing of the tea party because the question asked to Santorum should there be a review of Civil Right bill…

          I don’t think the editor needed to paint Santorum vs Gingrich for the Tea Party, the editor had an excellent clip showing Gingrich was for the Tea party from the beginning, he didn’t need to use an out-of-context clip of Santorum. I just think that’s little dishonest, might have not been on purpose because that clip is already very edited by townhall.

          as far as the Jim Demint thing however I have no argument there.

          • Anonymous

            Santorum has been against the Tea Party Movement, especially with some of the votes in Congress. I am not as proficient as rshill7 with locating the soundbites – however, I do know it was a reason I have had a check mark in the no column for Santorum for awhile now. He is one who speaks loudly however, he does not walk his talk. rshill7 show the folks on the board where you got that sound bite so they do not automatically assume fake editing with the soundbite.
            As far as having just a few views – all videos require a beginning. That clip has been up for just a couple of weeks and is not linked over the net – yet. Give it time.

            • Anonymous

              It’s quite obvious to me what he is talking about here. I have no idea where the rest of it is.

            • http://www.facebook.com/people/Steven-Valdez/1806887704 Steven Valdez

              I guess, but the tea party didn’t really exist when Santorum was in Congress. I’m just not ready to label Santorum as an anti-tea party candidate. Others can, I just don’t think it’s fair and that clip isn’t enough to convince me, yet.

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

              How do you know that Santorum isn’t who he says he is? What proof do you have?

        • Anonymous

          Hia comment may be out of context and I question the source. Less than 150 views and no verifiable evidence does not make it conclusive proof of anything.

          • Anonymous

            Didn’t Santorum back Specter, *cough, cough, cough, gag* ?

            • http://www.facebook.com/people/Steven-Valdez/1806887704 Steven Valdez

              yeah but the tea party didn’t really exist in 2004… specter wasn’t really an enemy of the tea party until he went over to the darkside for Obamacare.

              • Anonymous

                This isn’t substantiating the quote from Santorum himself. It is in addition to it. It demonstrates a pre-Tea Party, anti-Tea Party, pro-establishment, mentality. :-)

                • http://www.facebook.com/people/Steven-Valdez/1806887704 Steven Valdez

                  oooh i see your point

          • Anonymous

            This is a Ron Paul Clip but it is R S in his own words both sides of tea party.

    • Anonymous

      Pretty devestating for Rick Santorum, add to that in an earlier debate he said he would choose Newt as his running mate and thanked Newt for mentoring him.

    • Anonymous

      Santorum is far from toast and he currently embraces much of what the Tea Party stands for imo. The video was posted by some chick in the arctic?

      Actually, they all fill a need to voters – no one is toast yet. Newt is excelling because he is saying the right things right now. If he delivers on those promises, then he could be a great president. And you’re right. The Tea Party is far from defunct!

      • Anonymous

        Not sure everyone will agree, but FWIIW here is Tammy Bruce’s take of what is happening in the Republican primaries in one picture:
        http://tammybruce.com/2012/01/whats-happening-in-the-gop-primaries-in-one-picture.html

      • Anonymous

        Considering the original TeaParty focus was strong opposition to big spending and high taxes, it does seem contrary to Santorum’s position.

        He is really more a social conservative than a fiscal conservative.

    • StNikao

      NEWT WAS CLEARED OF THOSE CHARGES. And all the creeps bringing it up now know that he was cleared. This is just political drama hoping to influence voters who don’t do their homework.

      LINKS:
      http://rogersdaughter.wordpress.com/2012/01/22/newt-was-cleared-2/
      http://www.mrc.org/bozellcolumns/newscolumn/1999/col19990209.asp

      The whole deal was a payback arranged by Grandpa Bush for crossing him about the tax deal.

      SANTORUM was talking about the Libertarians which he does not like…not even the hard money part. Notice that Santorum never talks about the FED or firing Bernanke.

    • Anonymous

      Great find Rshill … I had no idea Santorum actually opposed the TeaParty, but I recall he was such a frequent guest of Greta that I figured he couldn’t possibly be a core conservative.

    • Anonymous

      Rshill7 ~ Great post as always!!! I think you posted a youtube a few days ago that enlightened me on sanman against the TeaParty. it was the one that shows him touting the tea party then the earlier shot saying he will do all he can to squelch it.

      I know Newt has baggage, and I think with Newt what you see is what you get. But for some reason I think Romney and Santorum are scripted in what they want on camera and do there best to keep the bad stuff off air. If not for the comment section on RS I would have seen the santorum clip on the tea party.

      Thanks for your post I enjoy your take.

  • Anonymous

    Super Sarah smacks down corpulent Gov. Krispy Kreme Christie. He probably does wear size 54 bloomers.

  • Anonymous

    Hume just railed against Gingrich. Baer asked “what do I do when I get emails that say you’re in the tank for Romney”. Hume: “I call em as I see em”.

    Brit, I call em as I see em and you’re an establishment schill who never gets outside the friggin beltway. Please go away as you are irrelevent.

    • Anonymous

      I was watching either Special Report or O’Reilly last week when Brit Hume said that the “establishment Republicans” were the conservatives.

      I just dropped my jaw and kind sorta drooled. Cripes.

      • Anonymous

        If the establishment Repubs are the conservatives, I suppose then we are right wing extremists?

        • Anonymous

          Yeah……they do call us that you know.

          • Anonymous

            It is to laugh….

            • Anonymous

              It won’t be long before right wing extremists are called main stream Americans…..again. :-)

              • Anonymous

                Yay! :)

        • Anonymous

          Good point. I know that I’m to the right of almost everything that so-called news puts out or endorses. But extreme? Dang… Badge of Honor I guess.

      • Anonymous

        I have been trying not to post this, and have erased it a few times this very day without posting it, but…I think, Britt Hume thinks, that Newt had something to do with Britt’s allegedly gay son, killing himself years ago. Britt may believe that Newt “outed” him.

        That is all I will say on the subject, and those of you who might be interested in the very surprising Britt Hume tripe of late, (including his commentary from just a few minutes ago) might do your own research on it and see what you can find. So far it is rumour-ish. So, I am presenting it as such, but it would explain his anti-Newt vitriol, bigtime. If someone else can either substantiate or kill it, I would be very interested.

      • cabensg

        I am so disappointed, when he was on the Sunday morning show he was the only one who talked sensible and when he was in charge of news it was so much better than it is now. Another hero bites the dust.

      • Anonymous

        I would have kinda sorta spit, Jaynie!

    • Anonymous

      I like Brit and Bret… but they were both unfair to Gingrich. I hate that kind of one-sidedness and favoritism. Damn, I’m starting to get paranoid that everyone is in the tank for Mittens… has everyone been replaced by pods (Invasion of the Body Snatchers reference)?

      • cabensg

        Yes they have!!!!

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_MVB7D2KTCEW6NQCZ3JQMOHPFOU V.L.

        Not everyone is in the tanks for Mittens… we’re here and voting!!

  • Anonymous

    I just now tuned into Mark Levin and he’s playing Christie’s sound bite and said he sounds like Barney Frank. Too funny.

  • Anonymous

    Christie says Romney hasn’t embarrassed the Republican party? What the H do you call Romneycare?

    • Anonymous

      SERIOUSLY! I had to scream at the video!!! ROMNEYCARE YOU BLOVIATING BUFFOON!!

  • StNikao

    Good for Sarah. What a perfect put-down calling Big Chris a rookie. Love it!

  • Anonymous

    Nothing like a girl telling a Jersey boy he wears panties.

    She knows just how to tweak her opponent and steal all his credibility. Christie “stands up to union members and firefighters” and the unruly reporter.

    Newt Gingrich is stealing his brand….Then Palin gives him a wedgie!porightscoopfan

  • Anonymous

    Take no prisoners Sarah!!

  • http://twitter.com/Rushlimbang Brian Skinner

    This video makes me want to go out and buy a Joe Mcguiness book. Her arrogance is getting out of control.

    • NorCon

      You mean Sloppy-Joe? I think you should do it, his publisher is trying to find him so they can get their costs covered.

    • Anonymous

      Whatsa’ matta, Brian? Your panties in a bunch too?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mike-Florey/100002838321254 Mike Florey

    If you want to get rid of Christie just tell him there’s a box of donuts on the third floor (of your two story office).

    • Anonymous

      ROFL! Brilliant!

  • Anonymous

    Chris Christie has embarassed the GOP by supporting Obama-lite. Stop taking a page out of Ann Coulter’s playbook. Nice smackdown Sarah.

  • Anonymous
    • Anonymous

      Newt is exactly what we need if only to get the others energized.

      • Anonymous

        Newt is certainly saying the right things right now. If he delivers on those promises, then he could be a great president. I’m glad he’s getting this all out in the open!

  • Jim Botts

    hehe, we will find out just how thin skinned Christie is within 48 hours. I bet he can’t resist firing back some sort of snide comment in her direction

    • Anonymous

      Chrissy is a Moderate if not down right liberal. Instead of firing back he will run his bloomers up a flag pole to surrender.

      We just have to hope they don’t have brown stars and stripes.

  • http://twitter.com/TruthSociety TruthSociety

    These elite self appointed experts that have become gorged with power (and Jelly Donuts) are completely out of touch with the educated conservative Americans. Sara has done her homework. Cristy Creme is the one who is an embarresment to his party. And his angry little change of life girlfriend Anne Snooty Coulter too.

  • Anonymous

    Leave it to Sarah to come up with “panties in a wad”…..big bloomers they would have to have been….love it…go Sarah.

  • Anonymous

    FYI – Here is a longer video of the same segment on the Five.

    The look on the faces of the other participants of the Five after Bolling shows the segment is priceless, especially that of Kimberly Guilfoyle.

  • Anonymous

    I agree with her, Christie’s guy is Romney. We Conservatives are less than thrilled with Romney, one reason being he has no “vision” and cannot articulate Conservatism. The idea I am left with is that Romney wants to be POTUS, just to BE POTUS, nothing more. Newt, for all his flaws, can and does articulate Conservatism. He admitted Global Warming was a big mistake, among some other positions he has held in the past. Romney has never said Romney care is a disaster, as is Obamacare. I think Newt and West would clean house, and can certainly get that blithering inarticulate idiot Obama, to absolutely melt in a debate. BOTH Newt and West could reduce him to a pile of drool in a debate. I will watch that will pure, unadulterated glee.

  • http://twitter.com/DicksTrash Dick

    Those have got to be some big panties!

    • Anonymous

      Donated by The Jersey Shore’s, Snooky, after she dropped the weight.

  • Anonymous

    I haven’t seen it mentioned here, so I thought I repeat it; Rush has opined that the republicans have ceded to obama already. They are only interested in keeping the house and winning back the senate. They want control of the money.

    I say we will win the house, senate,and White house and we send the incompetents, dem’s and repug’s packing.

    • Anonymous

      I heard him say that again too and it really concerns me. What the heck could they be thinking?

      Another 4 years with an ideologue who won’t need to be concerned about re-election who will also be given the opportunity to appoint activists to the Supreme Court!

      God Help Us All!

      • Anonymous

        It’s like playing chess and keeping your queen safe while giving up your bishops and rooks.

  • Anonymous

    Just an observation, but looking over the comments on this thread, the ‘likes’ for comments mentioning Sarah Palin are larger then any ‘likes’ for any other article on this entire TRS site today. Pick any article posted on TRS today and notice the number of likes per commenter. Then read comments about Palin. the likes are incredible in number! Is there an undercurrent that the wrong folks are running? Is there an undercurrent that it should have been Palin running instead? Just wondering.

    • Anonymous

      After Romney’s huge loss in SC, the GOP started calling for Mitch Daniels to enter the race, that tells me that there is an opportunity for Lady Palin to jump in as well. There is still a lot support for her and those who have given up on her would take another look after seeing the existing candidates. Wishful thinking I know, But I’m gonna close my eyes and wish real hard.

      • Anonymous

        TG, at first I didn’t buy into her,” work from the sidelines ” thingy. in the months since October, I have to admit she wields more power then I could ever have believed! Having watched repeatedly as just a few simple words from her has moved polls, policy, and candidates up and down, I have to admit to being stunned! Whodathunkit?!!! It’s quite impressive to watch her move mountains while the rest move molehills. I can only imagine what a President Palin could do if the “untitled” Palin can do all of this! VG

        • Anonymous

          In four years as POTUS, if she could accomplish half of what she did in two years in AK, we would be bringing jobs home and be on the road to energy independence.

          • Anonymous

            Amen to that my brother of the sea and shipmate.

    • Anonymous

      She still has her little fanatical following. It’s all about the cult of personality with these socons.

      • Anonymous

        Oh please.

        Last time I checked she has over 700k followers on twitter and more than 3.250 million people who have liked her on Facebook.

        • Anonymous

          She’s on fox news. That will automatically get you a few million “followers”.

      • Anonymous

        Still fanatically following obama and doing his bidding I see. All of the ethics charges against her, made to give mindless people like you purpose in your life, were dropped.

        I’d suggest you give her a second thought, but it’s obvious that a first thought is too challenging for you.

        • Anonymous

          I’ll give her a second look if and when she runs. I don’t like these sideline people like her, feeding off the process.

  • Anonymous

    More nails in the coffin of my esteem for Christie.

  • Anonymous

    Lol, isn’t it funny how since being on the ticket in 2008, Sarah Palin has become the republican fountain of knowledge? I’m sure Sarah knows a lot about the liberal media, being governor of Alaska you can bet her every move was scrutinized.

  • Jason Harris

    Palin’s looking scary.. and there’s a famous question that she needs to be asked..

    “Who let you in?”

    • Anonymous

      Here’s a famous question for you.

      “Which is larger, your shoe size or your IQ?”

  • Anonymous

    It’s nice to see Sarah take it to the bully.

  • http://onthemark1.blogspot.com On The Mark

    I’m a Republican, and I’m embarrassed by Mitt Romney….

    …and now Chris Christie.

  • Anonymous

    Peanuts compared to the socialist attacks on capitalism by Sarah’s candidate, Newt Gingrich.

  • Anonymous

    Just for the halibut!

    Chrissie In Panties

    Enjoy!

    (h/t IsraeliCojones)

    • Anonymous

      OMG! Who has the bottle of brain bleach? I need it now!

  • Anonymous

    Double Standard, imagine if a guy said that about a woman. Remember the hoopla about the lipstick on a pig!! Sara just go away!! People are tired of your act.. we need to focus on our candidates, but you can’t seem to keep your mouth shut!!

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_IJYM277N7VJNF772U6DUVQKHAE TIMERUNNER

      TEA PARTY Warriers appreciate your coments , peanuts anyone?
      Ed2knKC is buying, since he is the clown of the day. oops forgot about obama.
      Tea Party Patriot

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

        Oh please stop! It ‘s ok not to like SP! It’s time to move on!

  • mrcombi

    The RINO stands out like dogs ball’s again…

  • Scott Brooks

    Chris Christie’s panties? Not a pleasant image.

  • Dr. Frank Lippenheimer

    The man is an ass. Palin was too kind to him. Dick Gregory??? I would like to see this guy go on Mark Levin with such trash! Krispy Kreme Kristie indeed!

  • Anonymous

    Palin the quitter schooling Christie, the patriot trying to save his state. Ridiculous.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Gary-Morrow/100000710740300 Gary Morrow

    Cristy embarrasses the party by putting a pervert homosexual on the N.J State Supreme Court. Next why not put a bestiality, or polygamist pervert on the Court for Diversity-a substitute for excellence

  • Anonymous

    If ***the ideas and ideals Newt is professing now*** are an embarrassment to the repub party, then the repub party will be kissing the dem party’s icon in November.