Sarah Palin blasts MSM at Reno Tea Party!

***UPDATE: Full Speech Added***
Sarah Palin looked right into the MSM TV cameras and said “put a fork in it, it’s done!” Of course she was talking about their old way of doing things, how they had their opportunity to report fairly and honestly but didn’t. Now Palin advises that we don’t keep waiting on that fair reporting, cause it ain’t gonna happen. We must move on and leave the MSM behind.

Awesome clip! Enjoy!



UPDATE: Full Speech below!

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Benjaminusa
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Benjaminusa

if she gets ANY SAY on what happens… I’m grabbing the next flight to the moon. It would probably be a better place there. When I first her, I wasn’t quite sure if she was a comedian or a polititian. From her “speeches” I thought she was a comedian. But from the way it was reported in the news, she seemed more like a polititian. I see a big problem with that. HOW THE HELL DID SHE EVER GET THIS FAR

Jellyjell
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Jellyjell

I love Sarah Palin, her family, and everything she stands for. If anyone knows how to get a message to her that she will read, please let her know, she made one mistake, God gave us unalienable rights, not inalienable rights as she mistakenly said in her speech. Unalienable means that they can not be taken from you, even by gov’t, and you have no right to give them up as they are from the almighty God. Inalienable rights are rights that you can give up, such as a right to a lawyer, etc, etc. Sarah made a mistake, but when obama said inalienable instead of unalienable, at the same time that he left out endowed by the creator, when he was speaking about the Declaration Of Independence, he did it on purpose, he knew exactly what he was doing, and wanted to do it that way. Just remember this… Read more »

James
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James

Sorry, but you are wrong. Unalienable and inalienable mean exactly the same thing. Sarah didn’t make any mistake. Both words are acceptable. In fact both words were used interchangeably back in the 18th century in various drafts of the Declaration of Independence. Merriam Webster -‘ INALIENABLE – incapable of being alienated, surrendered, or transferred.’ ‘UNALIENABLE – see INALIENABLE’

Anonymous
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Anonymous

JELLYJELL, THE DECLARATION FORM IS “UNALIENABLE,” BUT THE ADJECTIVE, “INALIENABLE,” MEANS PRECISELY THE SAME CONDITION OR STATUS: “NOT CAPABLE OF BEING SEPARATED; NOT SUBJECT TO ALIENATION.” IN — IL–IM AND UN, ARE THE BASIC LATIN DERIVED PREFIXES OF NEGATION. IL LEGAL— IR RELIGIOUS—UN HAPPY—IM POSSIBLE. THESE ARE THE MOST COMMON NEGATIVE PREFIXES FROM LATIN. A–(ALPHA), AN (ALPHA–NU), ANT(ALPHA-NU TAU) ARE THE GREEK DERIVATIVES REFERRED TO AS “ALPHA PREFIXES 0F NEGATION.” ALL OF THESE USAGES HAVE BEEN INCORPORATED INTO ENGLISH OVER CENTURIES. EVERY SINGLE ONE, WHETHER LATIN OR GREEK ORIGINATION, MEAN ONLY NO, NOT, NEVER– BUT NOTHING BEYOND THE NEGATIVE CONNOTATION. THE “IN”, AND THE “UN”, ARE COMPLETELY INTERCHANGEABLE AS TO MEANING, BUT SELECTION IS NEEDED FOR MANY WORDS: YOU WOULD NOT SAY, “UNLEGAL, NOR “IMRELIGIOUS,” EVEN THEY ARE CORRECT IN MEANING– THEY ARE BAD ENGLISH. THE FOUNDING FATHERS USED THEM, AS MEANING THE SAME– I AM CERTAIN THAT JEFFERSON EMPLOYED… Read more »

Ladybug
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Ladybug

Obama:’IIIII’
Palin:’YouYouYouYouYou’

Love her!

Anonymous
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Anonymous

True democracy cannot exist until the lamestream media is rendered totally irrelevant in political matters. We were hoping Christine O’Donnell would keep her promise to ignore them and speak only to voters, but she wilted. Too bad.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

I agree about the live interviews. The MSM cannot be trusted. They sold their souls and forgot the important part they used to play in our democracy.

And celebrities of all stripes deserve their fair share of a whacking for their obnoxious behavior in 2008 that still continues today. Don’t buy the tickets if the movie is starring Matt Damon or directed by Oliver Stone or any other of the morally degenrate overpaid narcissistic bafoons. Hit them where it hurts. Their pocketbooks. Their careers. Lets show them we despise them as much as they despise us. They certainly need us more than we need them.

Catherine Lee
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Catherine Lee

It’s going to be up to the citizen journalist to spread the news since the lsm won’t.

jbluv
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jbluv

Hey RS;-) thanks so much for posting the update, it’s an electrifying speech, LOVE IT!!!!
Hurricane SARAH is coming to DC on signal #5! thanks for standing up for America. May God Bless you and the people that sorrounds you. Please be safe.

Bob Zee
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Bob Zee

Our side must understand that we are not only fighting the Democrats but also virtually the entire media who are in the pocket of the Democrats. We cannot just act like there is fair playing field when there is not. I say criticize the left, Democrats, and Media all at the same time just like she did! Polls show people hate the media anyway, and for good reason.

Jaynie59
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Jaynie59

Palin is damned right about going around the mainstream media.

There is one thing that all conservatives can do, starting now, that will go a long, long way towards eliminating the advantage that media outlets have: NEVER give a taped interview.

Anyone see that interview with Allen West about the biker gang? That was a clear case of editing an interview to make the subject look as bad as possible.

All conservative candidates should refuse all taped interviews. Go on live instead. If they want the interview that bad, they’ll agree to a live interview.

Allen West, Sarah Palin, Michelle Bachman, Christine O’Donnell, Sean Bielat, Sharron Angle, Marco Rubio, Linda McMahon, Carly Fiorina, would all make mincemeat of MSM idiots.

The Monster
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The Monster

Never give an interview without a signed contract giving your team access to the raw footage, preferably in realtime. If they insist, agree to embargo until the interviewer airs the interview (with some hard limit so they can’t dribble out clips like Chinese water torture), but let them know they can’t apply the Ransom Note editing technique to get you out of context.

Heck, even Jon Stewart puts up the raw interviews on the Internet. If anyone refuses, you ask why their journalistic ethics are worse than those of Mr. Removable Clown Nose himself.

The Monster
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The Monster

Never give an interview without a signed contract giving your team access to the raw footage, preferably in realtime. If they insist, agree to embargo until the interviewer airs the interview (with some hard limit so they can’t dribble out clips like Chinese water torture), but let them know they can’t apply the Ransom Note editing technique to get you out of context.

Heck, even Jon Stewart puts up the raw interviews on the Internet. If anyone refuses, you ask why their journalistic ethics are worse than those of Mr. Removable Clown Nose himself.

darleenclick
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darleenclick

I disagree with you. Our candidates should always accept any chance to be on interview tape — however with 1 condition for the MSM and one condition for the candidate:

1) The candidate must insist that his/her own camera crew also tape the interview in full

2) The candidate must keep in mind “Don’t be distracted by questions that are off-topic” always reply to distracting questions with “I’m sorry, that’s not what this election is about. Next question please?”

darleenclick
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darleenclick

I disagree with you. Our candidates should always accept any chance to be on interview tape — however with 1 condition for the MSM and one condition for the candidate:

1) The candidate must insist that his/her own camera crew also tape the interview in full

2) The candidate must keep in mind “Don’t be distracted by questions that are off-topic” always reply to distracting questions with “I’m sorry, that’s not what this election is about. Next question please?”

jbluv
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jbluv

Ah, it’s too short, I want more of that! AWESOME though it’s short;-)

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