[VIDEO] – Sarah Palin: Nancy Pelosi is a dingbat!


And she said it so seriously too:

UPDATE: Full Interview below:



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  • mainelysteve

    She was great as usual and right on the money!

    • keninil

      Hope Romney takes her advice about putting “action” people in to Cabinet positions.

      Trey Gowdy or Darrell Issa as AG.
      Palin in Energy.
      Ron Paul ? Treasury.
      Santorum – Education.
      Herman Cain – HUD.
      Alan West – Defense.
      other ideas ??

      I also think Mark Levin is physically sick — the way he keeps coughing during his monologues — hope he gets better.

      • ItsJustDad

        Keninil, his cough is a result of medication he is taking. He has mentioned it a couple of times over the course of the last couple of years.

        • PVG

          Mark has heart disease.

      • Arrrggghhh

        Ted Nugent – Interior
        Geoffrey Canada (Waiting for Superman) – Education
        Scott Walker – Labor
        Dr. Ben Carson – Health & Human Services (or Surgeon General)

        • conwis

          Yes, Scott Walker for Labor, just to see their heads explode.

          • Arrrggghhh

            And Trumka has quite the noggin. That would be priceless.

      • Jay

        John Bolton for Secretary of State.
        How about Palin to head the EPA? There’d be nothing left when she was done and I’m OK with that.

  • Sarah for President !

    • nah

      • Rightstuff1

        Its a shame there isn’t a dislike button because your response deserves it.

        • Linky1

          Winston, like all of us, are entitled to their opinions without the need for a dislike button.

          • Rightstuff1

            No one says he isn’t entitled to an opinion, did they? And so I’m entitled to mine. Someone says “Sarah for President” and Winston writes “nah”. Frankly, it wasn’t nice. That’s my opinion, not yours obviously. I suppose you will claim it to be the epitome of brevity and wit. Now Winston’s response that was at best flippant if not disrespectful and since you seem to find disrespect where none was intended perhaps you will take a moment to reflect upon that.

            • Linky1

              We’re all entitled to an opinion without the need for a dislike button. That’s my thought, my opinion, expressed minus sarcasm and flippancy.

              • Rightstuff1


            • librtifirst

              Maybe he said “nah” because her becoming president would mean that she is establishment, because there is no other way to get in. You have to be bought off to make it in. Some would rather just see her help move along an anti-establshment agenda by being a good spokesperson.

              • keepintime

                Why fuss about a nonexistent “dislike” button. The “like” button, which can be found EVERYWHERE, also reflects an “opinion”, as if anyone really cares what that might be. Duh.

                • librtifirst

                  A lack of likes is a default dislike. Either one is inadequate in describing an opinion, so I agree that there is no need to fuss about it. Though someone might really like 90 percent of a post, but dislike ten percent, this would keep them from using either one if they both existed.

                • keepintime

                  Heh 🙂

              • Rightstuff1


                • librtifirst

                  I couldn’t think of a better response. lol

          • Holy grammar fail. Do they teach that bad grammar in the Canadian school system? Wow.

            • Linky1

              And your point is?

              • My point is that if you cannot string together a coherent sentence using the most rudimentary (that means basic!) grammar, it is difficult to take your opinion as anything more than pointless whining. You should represent your countrymen better. Opinions carry more credibility when expressed coherently. Have a nice day hoser.

    • Rightstuff1

      I tell you Bill – imagine the country if we had a real leader in charge, someone who actually knew which way was up…..someone like Sarah Palin for example. Now there’s a thought.

      I think your conservative passion was too much for our Canadian friend Winston.

      • Linky1

        I am also a Canadian and I find that a very disrespectful comment.

        • Rightstuff1

          So linky what part of the sentence “I think your conservative passion was too much for our Canadian friend Winston” was disrespectful?

          • Linky1

            All of it.

            • Rightstuff1

              Grow up !

        • Rightstuff1

          Actually I stand corrected – you didn’t find it disrespectful – you found it “very disrespectful”. So referring to someone as a “Canadian friend” is “very disrespectful? I think you have an exceeeeeeedingly thin skin to find disrespect so easily where none is intended.

          • librtifirst

            The term was used in such a context as to put all Canadians in a group that is not conservative.

            • Rightstuff1

              I was going to write a detailed explanation but whats the point? I shall simply respond as Winston would – ready for it ???!!! ya sure ??

              OK here goes – nah !!

    • blackbird

      I second that!


      Bill you are RIGHT!

  • That’s Gov Palin telling it like it is. The interview was great and full of substance. She loves this country, unlike the occupier in the White House.

  • nehemiahreturns

    What’s awesome is imagining Pelosi’s sissy-fit when she hears that comment from Palin.

    • freenca

      I’d bet that she moans! That’s so Democrat, isn’t it? Or am I mistaking that for MacBeth’s crones? Oh, oh!

    • keyesforpres

      Ha! Pelosi would probably say, “What’s a dingbat?”!

  • Hahahahahaha! Right on, Sarah!

  • Run Sarah Run!!!

  • MPK12

    Well, Pelosi IS a dingbat!

    The Gov. doesn’t lie.

    Oh, and she’s NOT FOR SALE !

    • StandProudNow

      Now, and she reminds me of………………

      Ah. She does not!! There ain’t No ONE anywhere CLOSE to her!! She is The Leader of this Great Nation. She is a natural born leader.

      Not for SALE!!! The ONLY one we can trust!!

      And that is why she is so feared.

      • carmtom13

        You are so right..

  • BostonBruin

    Wow! She blantantly called Obama’s Democrat party a bunch of dingbats!

  • Where’s the rest?

  • Pelosi a dingbat. Sarah is just to nice.
    I’m less forgiving than Ms Palin, I’d call Pelosi and her party blood sucking vampires.

    tea party patriot

  • cheers2all

    Thanks, Sarah.

    It is about time someone calls Pelosi for what she is.

    • poljunkie

      you should be at our house. We do it all the time.

    • Boris_Badenoff

      Pelosi is a very deranged individual.

  • I love it. I laughed out loud and brought my sister in from upstairs. All I could think of while Sarah was speaking is how much better this race would be if she was running. Maybe 2016 if Romney manages to fail again.

    • tvlgds

      Honestly, I don’t think we’ll have to worry about 2016 if Ocrap gets 4 more. There will be nothing left!

      • librtifirst

        Even if we had the best president that could be imagined after November, the Fed Note won’t last much longer. Unless the next president goes against the central banks, they will take us down with no recovery.

        • tvlgds

          My mantra for the last few years has been “we’re screwed.” I don’t see that changing.

          • librtifirst

            I’ve only adopted your mantra for the last year or so. Now I am a prepper.

  • she’s not a dingbat.that’s treating her too kindly..she’s a diabolical, evil bitch from the hottest part of hell, where she will soon return. That old dried out filthy animal.

    • TheRedWriter

      To be diabolical, you can’t be a dumbass. So, there’s no way she’s diabolical.

  • John_Frank

    For those who are interested, you can watch the full interview via this link:

  • independencemp3

    Nancy, Biden.. should she go on? perfect spokes people for the Dim-o-crack Party

  • sodakhic

    Oh no, Nancy is going to get her styrofoam gavel and come after Sarah.

    • librtifirst

      Styrofoam vs 30-06?

  • Cindy09

    Wow!! When she said “Nancy Pelosi is a dingbat”, it came out with such conviction that I had to blink twice to realize it was really Sarah Palin speaking and not Michele Malkin!! He! He!!

  • agreed

  • Joe

    As usual Gov. Palin is correct

    I never thought about it before –

    Now I know >>>>>



    A weird thing, person or situation, a person considered stupid or foolish.
    A set of fonts showing pictures instad of letters.

    And I just thought Pissioli was from Outer Space

  • Donya G

    She is absoulutely right, Nancy Pelosi is a dingbat. Oh my, she said what I want to say out loud. Sarah for President.

  • Terrenceor

    I think she may owe the original Dingbat, Edith Bunker, an apology. Edith was clueless but well intentioned, Nancy is clueless and malevolent.

    • Boris_Badenoff

      Edith was of course a fictional character, Ruth Stalpeton in real life, was actually a very fine lady in all respects. She was obviously a very good actress..

      • Terrenceor

        Your kidding me, the next thing you will tell me is that Archie Bunker was not the twin brother of Carroll O’Connor 🙂

    • librtifirst

      I tend to think that the Pelosi dingbat is as real as Edith Bunker. I agree with the malevolent statement.

  • midasrex

    SP, you were far too kind.

  • las1

    Now I’ve always liked Sarah Palin… but there’s a new Sarah Palin in town… and I really really like this one. This one is tougher and more biting. More please.

    • librtifirst

      Watching her facial expressions, I could sense anger, and maybe a little disgust. I really like the sentiment when she spoke. Nothing left to question there.

  • KarlRogue


    Blog Poll:

    Sarah Palin should be:
    a) President!
    b) banned!

  • Sarah Palin predicted that SCOTUS would find Obamacare unconstitutional whereas Nancy Pelosi predicted they would.

    • Freempg

      Goes to show you how screwed up the ruling was.

    • carmtom13

      It is unconstitutional and Roberts was wrong in legislating from the bench. Read the desent from the other justices. There are millions of people who think this obamatax is unconstitutional.

      • M_J_S

        Yes, the court said Plessy, Korematsu, etc, etc. were constitutional and they were not…more people in the GOP and elsewhere need to mention these cases. The Court is not perfect by any respect and they were DEAD WRONG here too.

      • wodiej

        well millions of people are not Chief Justices nor know the law like Roberts does. Just sayin’.

        • KarlRogue

          Antonin Scalia, Anthony Kennedy, Sam Alito and Clarence Thomas say he got it dead wrong, and accused him of massive judicial overreaching. Are you saying those 4 don’t know their stuff?

          Look who Roberts has made you throw in with–Ruth Buzzy Ginsburg, Kagan, Sotomayor, Breyer. And look who he has you lined up against. You comfortable with that?

        • librtifirst

          Are you just stirring the pot?

    • detectivedick

      Now HHS has to rescind the tax waviers….haha HHS does not have taxing authority bases on Roberts. Now who will be PO’ed? all of LIAR Obama’s thugs…haha

      • KarlRogue

        So Romney’s promise to grant waivers to any state that requests them is out the window too?

        Brilliant! This guy Roberts is playing 4-D chess!

        • Stehekin912

          A friend of mine says Roberts threw a “Baby Ruth” in the pool and pulled the slickest checkmate in history against OCare. I hope my friend is right.

          • librtifirst

            Roberts could have nullified the whole thing. How can you do better than that? There is no slick checkmate in calling it constitutional and then waiting on congress to repeal it. Simple logic dictates that Roberts be considered an establishment plant to make sure that certain things make it through.

            Bush’s reign was plagued with liberal governance. Why would we deny that he wasn’t a conservative in actions, but was rather an establishment shill, just as Obama is? If this is true, then Roberts was an establishment pick put in place to uphold their agenda.

            The establishment is non-partisan.

        • Cindy09

          Yep! Romney cannot come close to repealing and replacing part of it. He’ll be scrutinized!! The whole thing got to go. Good for him!

          • librtifirst

            I don’t think that a repeal will ever hit Romney’s desk. The establishment will keep the congress split enough, through election fraud and inside deals, to keep it from ever hitting the floor.

        • sDee

          I am not sure if Rshill has posted this link. It puts some interesting context and some other dimension around what Roberts did:


          • wodiej

            excellent article. thanks for posting.

          • KarlRogue

            how’d that happen. Somehow my reply ended up at the top of the page.

          • librtifirst

            I can’t buy into the arguement set forth in this article. By deaming the law constitutional based on the tax and spending clause, Roberts gave more power to congress to do whatever they want to us. The only part that was rejected was the part that would have allowed the feds to screw the states out of their medicare money if they didn’t comply.

            All Roberts did was limit their ganster tacktics while affirming them. If you want to argue that Roberts somehow set up a sweet situation for republicans to repeal it, then you have to assume that establishment republicans have an interest in repealing it. Why would you give someone the power to destroy you, but set it up in such a way that would hopefully cause something to maybe save you?

            That article was a despirately weak attempt to give conservatives a grain of hope.

  • M_J_S

    Sarah is on the money, as usual.

    Piglosi and her fiends are all mentally disturbed. They are that homeless man in the park talking to lamp posts and pissing on their selves. The problem is they hold elected office.

    They need help. Lets provide it by kicking Obama’s ass the hell out of office!

    • PVG

      You got it M_J_S. LET’S ROLL!!

  • David Boyes

    wow she is great….. why isn’t she your GOP nominee for POTUS !!!!!!!!!

  • Susanna958

    Love her.

  • PVG

    Pelosi is the perfect spokesperson for BOTAX! I think it’s funny 😉

    • tvlgds

      I call her Botox Barbie!

  • Can’t wait to hear how Pelosi will respond to that. It’s on.

    • detectivedick

      Pelosi is a bully, and evil!

  • Richard Easbey

    Lord, I love me some Mrs. Palin. SHE. IS. BULLETPROOF.

    • wodiej

      The woman is FEARLESS!!

  • I understand Gov Palin’s reason for not running for the Republican Presidential Nomination, due to the massive costs, but more so the probability of of losing, but that should never have been a factor where her country is in need of a true Reagan Conservative as the GOP nominee.

    Even if she did not win, she would have shown the American public how better, different, and conservative she is compared to Mitt Romney, and should have gave the conservative Republican voters a clear option to choose from during the Primaries, especially in the debate formats.. Thus, her country’s calling should have taken precedent over her personal fears.

    It’s truly a shame, as we are not going to be that much better off with Romney, than we are with Obama, although yes any movement to the right is better than no movement. and just like Gov Palin stated on the show what the Nation needs is someone at the helm to be a strong willed reformer, but Romney as a Mass progressive Republicrat RINO who created and implemented Romneycare, the precursor of Obamacare which he refused to refute but says he will repeal Obamacare, as all of his Republican Romney-ites loyalists believe, whom actually buy his hypocrisy BS, will unfortunately be just a manager of the status quo decline, instead of a determined strong willed Reagan constitutional conservative reformer.

    I hope he proves me wrong, but like with John Roberts, don’t bet on it..

    • heshtesh

      I believe it was very smart of Gov.Palin to bypass this election cycle as she would have had very little support to move her agenda forward, as it stands Gov.Palin has this cycle the midterms and the runup to the presidency in 16 to recruit the troops she’ll need to advance her agenda to save America. PS so there’s no misunderstanding i can’t stand Romney.

      • Let’s look at someone who did not give to fear and pressure, as well as put his Country, Freedom and Liberty, Democracy, and the US Constitution before himself.

        In 1976, then Gov Reagan was told in a letter by prominent GOP politicians at the time, to back down from challenging then President Ford. Reagan told them all to go to hell. Reagan stood firm for what he believed in, and mauled President Ford in advocating conservative values and principles over progressive GOP establishment liberal policies of expanded govt., appeasement and compromised capitulation, via collusion with the opposite party members at the RNC Convention in 1976.

        This set up Ronald Reagan as forte 1980 Presidential election campaign thank goodness. What would have happened to this country if not for Ronald Reagan’s determined conviction in the face of fear and pressure of appeasement to the left or the right liberal progressive entities.

        Thus, it is always easy to say, I am just biding my time and waiting out the negativity and hostility for the perfect political environment time, instead of facing the enemies of Freedom and Liberty and Democracy head on.

        No, I cannot have respect for someone who is not willing to fight in the first place, let alone retreat in the second place, as excuse are just that, excuses.

        Can you imagine if George Washington thought like that. I respect Gov Palin as a conservative, but as a retired US Military person, and a history major, I see little affect to her excuse strategy of – “I’ll wait til the political winds of weather is a little calmer”

  • cudaforever

    Sarah was spectacular as always !! Thanks for providing the entire video. Her opinions are so appreciated !!

  • notebene

    Gov. Palin….you are AWESOME!!! She brought out an excellent point for Romney to hammer in to those who are too busy noticing the tingle up their leg for Odumbo. What about those exemptions for big labor? If they are exempt until 2018, then that means there are even fewer of us paying for this monstrousity! If it is such a great thing for the country, Dingbat Pelosi, then why are the ones who fought so fiercely for it, exempt? I pose that question to every fool liberal I know, just to watch the stupid stare and stammer response!

  • wodiej

    My favorite patriot. I would love to vote for a Palin/West ticket

    “In the beginning of a change the patriot is a scarce man-brave, hated and scorned. When his cause succeeds the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a patriot.” – Mark Twain

    • KarlRogue

      alas….that ticket won’t happen for the GOP

  • KarlRogue

    He posted it multiple times sDee.
    Yes, Roberts says the Commerce Clause doesn’t go that far… but he doesn’t say that in the Majority opinion. He says so speaking only for himself. So its dicta; i.e., not binding precedent.

    More importantly, what he DID say in the majority opinion is precedent, and will cause massive damage to efforts to put limits on the federal government, much as Wickard v Fillburn did 70 years ago. All government mandates are now legal, so long as they are enforced by a penalty (which now = “tax”). and he held this right *after* ruling the mandate was not a “tax.” It is a tax and it isn’t. Brilliant eh? Only a Harvard man could dig a hole this deep.

    YOu have to go back at least as far as Roe to find an opinion so badly reasoned and with so much potential to do harm to limited government…and maybe all the way back to Wickard.

    PS–the author of the cited article compares Roberts to John Marshall. That is not a complement. Marshall is the guy who invented judicial supremacy out of whole cloth.

    • sDee

      OK. I’ve been reading a few like that – most follows the same reasoning. I’ve spent 5 years looking for silver linings in our government which serves only to educate me of its even deeper corruption. The Supreme Court no exception – just look at the two committed anti-Constitutionalist subversives we just appointed.

      One thing I have followed in those years is the Court’s complete refusal to consider, in my opinion, a dangerous and clear cut case: Obama’s and McCain’s ineligibility. The Court including Roberts knows this yet rejects all arguments based on standing – essentially tossing out Article 2 Section 1 and leaving the office of President open to anyone not born on US soil (McCain) or to US-citizen arents (Obama).

      I mention this because that violation of the Constitution, like the mandate, should never have had to gone to the Court. We, the people and our representatives should never have let it happen. It is our fault. Our ignorance of the law and belief of media propaganda, and, our trust in absolutely corrupt politicians who we ourselves elected. It, like Obamacare, SHOULD NOT EVEN BE at the feet of the Supreme Court.

      I took the comparison to Marshall not as a compliment but that maybe ROberts, liek Marshall, l stepped outside the bounds for a reason. So where I am on this today is ………. the situation at Marbury was nothing – our nation is in great and grave danger. There is literally an enemy within. The SUPREME COURT CANNOT SAVE US. Only we can save the Republic by un-electing those who operate above the law and are creating this unconstitutional legislation.

      I think of it this way: Imagine the citizens of New York had managed to elect a majority council of organized crime who then passed a law giving themselves access to the citizens’ bank accounts. The Supreme Court of NY could rule on the legitimacy of the law, but even if they over turned it, the criminals would remain in power, grow bigger and pass more laws and executive orders. The NY Court could not remove them, only the citizens of NYC could remove them.

      Had Roberts thrown out the law, all of the same criminal politicians and all of the same voter ignorance and apathy that put them there, would remain. And now, there is no time left. Perhaps Roberts knows, as many of us do that this is our very last chance.

      This is an extraordinary and unprecedented time in American history. We’ve a Marxist in the White House and a Congress that operates above the law. Roberts may just have taken an unprecedented step to give us, the people, that one final chance. My sights remain set but I am keeping an open mind on this one – no where on the horizon is a cavalry coming. It is up to us.

      • KarlRogue

        Good comment. But consider. The Constitution was written precisely because the founders knew that the political branches would fail, and produce oppressive results from time to time.

        When Roberts said (paraphrasing) my job is not to protect the peeps from the consequences of their bad political choices, he missed the boat. Protecting the people from the their bad political choices is exactly what the Constitution does.
        And enforcing the Constitutional limits is exactly what the judiciary has claimed as its function since Marbury. There are certain choices the people acting through the Prez and Congress may not make. If Roberts isn’t willing to enforce the limits, he should find a new line of work.

        • sDee

          I still will weigh strongly the quite real possibility that even if ObamaCare was thrown out, it would not have reversed our trajectory.

          Can we really know level of subversion, external influence and corruption within the Court itself? Do we know what was playing out? Can we assume that Kennedy would have voted as he did had Roberts played his hand differently?

          • librtifirst

            You descrive a scenario in which there is no judicial check on congress or the executive branch. This means that one branch of government, who is not elected but appointed by the executive and congress, is corrupted. One corrupt branch effectually disolves our republic, and especially when it is the one who’s sole purpose is to protect the structure of it which limits the others.

            We have no more federal limitations other than public opinion that might force the three branches to find another way to kill us.

          • p m

            After vacillating for a while between thinking this ruling was the end of the USA as constituted, and pondering whether there really is a silver lining, I re-read the dissent, written by Justice Kennedy.
            It is a blistering, no holds barred indictment of the decision and the CJ himself. Never seen anything like it, even comparing it to EPENDENT

            BUSINESS v. SEBELIUS

            SCALIA, KENNEDY, THOMAS, and ALITO, JJ., dissenting

            Trade-Mark Cases, 100 U. S., at 99.

            This Court must not impose risks unintended by Congress or produce legislation Congress may have lacked the support to enact. For those reasons, the unconstitutionality of both the Individual Mandate and the Medicaid Expansion requires the invalidation of the Affordable Care Act’s other provisions.
            * * *
            The Court today decides to save a statute Congress did not write. It rules that what the statute declares to be a
            requirement with a penalty is instead an option subject to a tax. And it changes the intentionally coercive sanction of a total cut-off of Medicaid funds to a supposedly noncoercive cut-off of only the incremental funds that the Act makes available.
            The Court regards its strained statutory interpretation as judicial modesty. It is not. It amounts instead to a vast judicial overreaching. It creates a debilitated, inoperable version of health-care regulation that Congress did not enact and the public does not expect. It makes enactment of sensible health-care regulation more difficult, since Congress cannot start afresh but must take as its point of departure a jumble of now senseless provisions, provisions that certain interests favored under the Court’s new design will struggle to retain. And it leaves the public and the States to expend vast sums of money on requirements that may or may not survive the necessary congressional revision.
            The Court’s disposition, as invented and atextual as it is, (Holy sh*t!!) does not even have the merit of avoiding constitutional difficulties. It creates them. The holding that the Individual Mandate is a tax raises a difficult constitutional question (what is a direct tax?) that the Court resolves with inadequate deliberation. And the judgment on the Medicaid Expansion issue ushers in new federalism
            concerns and places an unaccustomed strain upon the Union.

            Those States that decline the Medicaid Expansion must subsidize, by the federal tax dollars taken from their
            citizens, vast grants to the States that accept the Medicaid Expansion. If that destabilizing political dynamic, so antagonistic to a harmonious Union, is to be introduced at all, it should be by Congress, not by the Judiciary.
            The values that should have determined our course today are caution, minimalism, and the understanding that the Federal Government is one of limited powers. But the Court’s ruling undermines those values at every turn. In the name of restraint, it overreaches. In the name of
            constitutional avoidance, it creates new constitutional questions. In the name of cooperative federalism, it
            undermines state sovereignty.

            The fragmentation of power produced by the structure of our Government is central to liberty, and when we destroy it, we place liberty at peril. Today’s decision should have vindicated, should have taught, this
            truth; instead, our judgment today has disregarded it.

      • marketcomp

        Very good post, sDee! You are so right we know that Barack Obama would have just issued another executive order and now, we the people, can issue our own executive order by voting these corrupt bastards out of office which will last longer than any executive order. While I still think Roberts should resign and most definitely went outside of his responsibilities by not just simply applying the Constitution to this horrific law this is a view of the Supreme court that was there but one that I never saw before. I mean two cases in one week, the Arizona immigration debacle and Obama care, are just proof that we cannot even rely on appointed supposedly strict Constitutional constructionist to apply the Constitution. And now with this precedence future courts will use this to their advantage by applying this ruling to cases that come before the court. So while this may have been a move by Roberts to force the people to be the final check voting out these politicians Roberts has still set precedence. You are correct indeed, it is now up to us!

        • sDee

          I agree. I am disgusted and fed up living with our liberty and the fate of the greatest nation in history in the hands of one vote in a 5-4 court. Sick of it!

          Let’s get on with this and have it out once and for all . No more shades of gray. No more “reaching across the aisle”. Instead of pleading behind the robes of the Court, let’s reject these fair weather “conservatives” and take the fight to our enemy.

          • marketcomp

            Right On, sDee! I will fight and most if not all on RS will fight alongside you, my friend!

          • librtifirst

            Do you believe that all branches of government are perpetually evenly split by coincidence? I believe that this is too much of a coincidence. If a perpectually evenly split supreme court with one swing vote who defects when necessary is just how it always works out, then that, to me, is amazing. The same goes for the house and senate. The tide only shifts slightly back and forth without there ever being any real opposition.

            This is not a natural result of the voter’s actions.

      • Don

        Your term says it all, “no where on the horizon is a cavalry coming”. In a way Roberts has made Obama and Romney inconsequential by making the presidential election a referendum on Obamacare. Although he may have set some precedent on the Commerce Clause, he is allowing the American electorate the opportunity to decide if the monumental transformation of our economy caused by Obamacare will be allowed to exist. Obama and his administration are definitely corrupt enough to force Obamacare down the throats of the American people whether we like it or not. As you state, “we have failed because we let them”. Roberts may have, whether intentional or not, given the “citizens-the first and last line of defense” a second change at redemption.

    • porightscoopfan

      This penalty is being used in China right now to enforce the one child policy. If a couple conceives a second child without the permission of the state, (and it survives to delivery) the Chinese government charges them a fee (a head tax) equivalent to what the state has determined to be the added burden to society. That fee today is near $15,000; an amount nearly impossible for any Chinese villager to afford.
      You are correct. The flood gates of government tyranny have opened for future legislators.

      If you:
      Have more than 2 children—pay fee for all the healthcare they will consume (head tax)

      If you:
      Homeschool you kids—–pay fee for all welfare they will consume because they will be stupid

      These ideas can only be enforced if society imposes a ‘shared value’ on itself as China has been able to do by indoctrinating their population.

      This is why Obama wants to control the ‘consensus’ in Science, and maintain control of the media propaganda machine.

      • KarlRogue

        That is chilling. And its where the US is headed.

  • carltonwest

    Sweet & sassy Sarah Palin’s light-hearted humor is often piquant, but never acerbic.

  • Rocco11

    Ain’t it the truth…

  • Don

    As usual Palin states the obvious that most people left unsaid. Anyone who says Pelosi is not mentally challenged has a single digit IQ. Saying Pelosi is a “dingbat” is actually giving San Fran Nan more credit that she deserves.

  • Dave B

    I’m glad Sarah is much more gracious than me, because I would have used terms that would require heavy bleeping, if it had have been me commenting on Pelosi.

  • 911Infidel

    Understand that when Pelosi uses the term “American People” she is referring to the .99% of her fellow dingbats that vote for tools like her.

    Oh and where is Tina Fey these days? I see plenty of Sarah and none of Tina. What’s up with that? Oh I know, why settle for an imitation when you can have the real thing.

    Yep. God created all women equal. Then some became Marines. And one became a Dhimiratz/RHINO destroyer named Sarah. Hot damn.

    • Unless you absolutely hate America there is no such thing as the 1% and the 99%. There are 300 million plus individual Americans who are adult enough to make their own decisions and need no “dingbat” central planners to tell them what to buy and who to curtsy to.

      I love the real Sarah because she is not part of the collectivist mindset that wills to pound America into stone age.

      • 911Infidel

        Wow you must be new here. That’s an interesting moniker you have. You familiar with the word “sarcasm”?

      • librtifirst

        The 99ers are a joke. With that said, it is possible for massive corporations to subvert free markets and confiscate the wealth of a country using government as their tool. In so doing, liberty must eventually be erradicated on all levels. Liberty is the one thing that would allow a population to force a change in this crony capitalist system, and keep fascism at bay.

  • Conservative_Hippie

    She’s being too kind. Look, nows not the time for nicey nicey talk. If we don’t win the Presidency the Senate and retain the House, then USA will become the United Social States of America.

  • mder4thegov

    Isn’t it amazing how cool and composed Gov. Palin has been–since the SCOTUS ruling on Obamacare?
    She intuitively knew when John Roberts passed the awful bill as a tax–the democrats would be portrayed as the big government, tax and spend liberals they are…and as a result, Obama is now exposed for lying (again) to the American people. Better yet: They have to explain why they are now implementing the largest tax in history…on the middle class.
    Sarah showed much more foresight than Rush, Levin, Ingraham and the rest, because she knows this is the beginning of the end for Obama.
    And she’s the idiot.

    • sDee

      I believe things were set in motion when she resigned as governor. Of course that is only anecdotal and optimistic but your observation is not. Her manner may deceive but her focus and confidence is that of a player who knows where the puck is going.

      • porightscoopfan

        Do you remember when she was first asked who she thought would make a good VP choice a few weeks ago. She did the Palin shuffle “Oh, Gosh there are so many millions of qualified Americans who could fill that position, but if I were choosing, I would look at Col. Allen West.” She did two things: She diluted the conventional candidate pool (Pawlenty, Daniels, etc) by suggesting that many Americans are qualified for VP, and she escaped endorsing the conventional candidate pool by naming only one man that was not on the short list.

        In this interview, Hannity tried to force her to list a few names of from the Republican fish barrell and took Allen West’s name off the list. She blew Sean away by naming Levin and Sowell! You could hear Sean laugh out loud. He supposedly loves Levin, but thinks he would never have a chance at VP because he has been too vocal about his opinions, and as much as he loves Thomas Sowell, Sean makes fun of his appearance (his glasses, “you haven’t changed a bit) every time Sowell comes on his show.

        From Palin’s perspective, however, Levin and Sowell were ideological supporters of Reagan through and through.

        I think Sarah is announcing her cabinet one piece at a time, and I for one am glad to discover it!

        • sDee

          I remember. 🙂

  • To the Roberts court and the extreme leftest in the Democratic party this is for you:
    ” The limitations on government power included in our constitution are not inconveniences which must be rationalized away to face the modern world. They are essential guard against the unabated excesses of government which inadvertently work against the people. By understanding the value of our constitution. And selecting leaders who share the same reverence for the wisdom of it’s tenants. We can restored Americas position as a beacon of freedom and liberty in the world.” Thomas Jefferson

  • She needs to apologize to dingbats.

  • babybabyboomer

    Sarah avoids the question …as usual!

    Sarah Palin Conspiracy Theory

    • Mary Beth House

      Wow…that’s…LAME. LOL

      Really. That’s what you’ve got against Palin?

      We need better trolls.

  • How dare Sarah “the quitter” Palin call anyone a dingbat?

    • palinsupporter1

      If you are too lazy to look up or understand why Palin had to resign, you have no validity with your opinions.

  • Greg Halvorson

    GOD, I love this woman.

  • CheetoBuster

    Sarah Palin get’s it right again!! Dingbat is too nice a word for pigface nancy

  • RedDaveR

    Gov. Palin is being too kind. Nancy Pelosi is a disgrace to America.

  • Jay

    Although I have no regard for George Soros, it always tickles me to hear him say Nahtzi Pelosi. Nazi, George? I think you nailed it.

  • bobemakk

    Gov. Palin, thanks for reminding US. Pelosis brain may be friend as well and she should retire.

  • rich wojcik

    Pell-osi – mentally sick, broom flying bwitch