Sunday, June 30, 2013

If John Adams Were Alive Today..


                      by Robert Cappucci
Independence Day is 4 days hence. If John Adams were alive today, here's what I would tell him, for openers:

I am from Massachusetts and I am oppressed.

I suffer attacks from the heterophobes.
My religion is constantly berated by those who seek to force us to pass out condoms and birth control and when we Catholics simply follow our faith in God we are chastised and falsely accused of "waging a war on women" even though one of our icons is our matriarch Mary, the Mother of Jesus Christ.

I am taxed for sales, income, excises, gas, and the continuing list of taxes is so long there's not enough space on the internet to list them all.

I have not one representative in state or federal government because all of them are Democrats so no one speaks for me in the halls of justice. Taxation, without representation.

I am forced to purchase insurance for health simply because I exist and if I refuse to buy it then I am penalized by the government.

Foreigners invade my state, collect welfare from my taxes, use the welfare to purchase pressure cookers, fill them with shrapnel, and kill or maim my fellow citizens at public events like the Boston Marathon.

I am forced to watch tax cheats, "community organizers", radical activists, Communists and their sympathizers become my President, judges, directors of intelligence and security agencies, and when I speak up and out against this I am labeled a racist, or bigot, and evil 1%er whose only for the rich.

I turn on the media and they don't tell the truth about me, they lie to many to get them to vote Democrat, and they propagandize me right out of existence.

I am from Massachusetts and I am oppressed.

What would you do, John Adams? Patrick Henry? Samuel Adams? Thomas Jefferson? George Washington? What would you do?


Saturday, June 29, 2013

Sarah Palin on Amnesty and Securing the Border (before Immigration Bill passed Senate)

On whether or not to deport the millions already here, she said:
There is no way that in the US we would roundup every illegal immigrant -there are about 12 million of the illegal immigrants- not only economically is that just an impossibility but that’s not a humane way anyway to deal with the issue that we face with illegal immigration.
On whether or not she supported amnesty, she said:
No, I do not. I do not. Not total amnesty. You know, people have got to follow the rules. They’ve got to follow the bar, and we have got to make sure that there is equal opportunity and those who are here legally should be first in line for services being provided and those opportunities that this great  country provides.
Rather she talked about a "path to citizenship," she was asked if she supported it:
I do because I understand why people would want to be in America. To seek the safety and prosperity, the opportunities, the health that is here. It is so important that yes, people follow the rules so that people can be treated equally and fairly in this country.
Other tidbits of her statement included:
We secure our borders first. But then with a comprehensive approach we must deal humanely with those who are here, and we must allow the steps to be taken to protect the families of those who are here, maybe as illegal immigrants today.”
First securing our borders has always been her position.  When the immigration debate began earlier this year, Governor Palin held tight to that position.
If they first will make sure that the borders are secure then I think the American public will be open to hearing what their bureaucratic regulatory solutions are but first and foremost is securing the border.

Sarah Palin to GOP: No One Forces Us to Be Enlisted in Either Party!

Sarah Palin was on America's News Headquarters with Uma Pemmaraju on Fox, this afternoon. She said the Immigration Bill that was passed by the Senate is an absolute betrayal of working class Americans who respect the Rule of Law and legal immigrants who have stood in line and paid their dues.  She believes Republicans who caved in to Obama's wishes to legalize illegal aliens, is a matter of a lack of respect for the Rule of Law and principle.
The Amnesty Bill does not solve Immigration problems, and was rushed through like ObamaCare. She cited the hypocrisy of the permanent political class in D.C., their abandonment of what the people expect from their representatives to fulfill - their will, and lawmakers who had complained in the past about passing bills without having had the opportunity to read them. She says the same will happen here which is unfortunate.
The end of the interview is what everyone is talking about today. It was Sarah Palin's response to a question tweeted by viewer Josh Painter:  "Would you and Mark Levin be willing to build a 'Freedom Party' if the GOP continues to ignore Conservatives?" 
Sarah Palin said she loved the name of that party — the "Freedom Party".  And that "if the GOP continues to back away from the planks in its platform, from the principles that built this party of Lincoln and Reagan, then yeah, more and more of us are going to start saying, 'You know, what’s wrong with being independent, kind of with that libertarian streak that much of us have.' In other words, we want government to back off and not infringe upon our rights. I think there will be a lot of us who start saying
GOP, if you abandon us, we have nowhere else to go except to become more independent and not enlisted in a one or the other private majority parties that rule in our nation, either a Democrat or a Republican.’ Remember these are private parties, and you know, no one forces us to be enlisted in either party."

The last time I recall Sarah Palin mentioning a Third Party, she was all fired up when Sarah Steelman lost to Todd Akin in the primary to win Missouri's Senate seat. I summarized and highlighted parts of the clip personally because it was such a compelling appearance by Sarah, because of her passion when mentioning how personal sacrifice has to be made, including herself in it, and because she mentioned a Third Party, twice during the interview with Greta Van Susteren. She was agitated like I had not seen yet in 2012!

Sarah said she wouldn't gloat about it, but: "I was right, and Sarah Steelman supporters and campaign staff were right in knowing Sarah Steelman was the right person to allow common sense conservatives to take back the Senate to reverse what Barack Obama has done to this country." ...

McCaskell and the Dems thought they were so clever to get Akin on the ballot as the winner in the GOP primary. We're getting used to the games and craftiness of the left and wanted to do something about it."

"Sarah Steelman and her campaign slogan being 'the Status quo has got to go!' was absolutely right on. We need someone who has a strong record of reform, of fighting crony capitalism and the good old boy network, of fighting ignorance in the senate.. And Sarah Steelman was going to be that person."

Sarah said she didn't want to pile on Todd Akin for standing on principle.  "But you've got to know when to hold them and know when to fold them." She said she had walked it before, adding, that you know when you have to hand that mantel to someone else, (she did it in Alaska to advance a positive agenda), in order to take back the Senate to promote policies that protect the sanctity of human life and respect the ideas and politics that perpetuate a strong economy based on empowering hard-working individuals.
"That is why Missouri is a must-win state!"

Greta admitted Akin handed his opponent ammunition, which was worse than his weird gaffe.  Sarah said "Decisions have to be made.. You have to know when to use discernment.  When the stack is decked against you. This is not going in his favor. So you have to step aside from self, from your self-desire to serve for self. You have to step aside and take on for the team!"

Sarah insisted Todd Akin had to step aside to win the Senate, that he had until September 25th to get it done, and that maybe it is a third party run she will get behind if that is what it takes! (6:14 min's)

"We will do whatever we can to put back the country on the side of the people, to reverse the things that Obama and Biden have done to shackle our kids and grandchildren in the debt they have perpetuated.  Sarah's says defeating McCaskell, who is highly unpopular, is doable!" She repeats it at the end when she says "the Status Quo has got to go"!

She also went on record with Fox News, following her interview with Greta on August 21st.
On August 26, 2012, Sarah Palin said history could repeat itself and a third party could be created  if Republicans don’t adhere to their principles, Fox  News reported.

When asked on Fox News if she would consider creating  a third party, the former Alaska governor and 2008 GOP vice presidential nominee  said, "If history is an indication it is a possibility. If the Republicans don't  remember what the planks in the platform represent . . . That is opportunity to  prosper and thrive in the most exceptional nation in the world.”

She  added that “we do that through a free market. If the Republicans become like the  liberal left and Democrats, I wouldn't be surprised if history didn't repeat  itself."

Palin drew a comparison to the Whig Party, saying, "Look what  happened in the mid 1800’s. The Whig party went away and the Republican Party  surfaced,” she explained. “Because the electorate got sick and tired of the  party fighting for power and not doing the will of the people."
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Friday, June 28, 2013

Reactions to GOP Amnesty Bill: Sarah Palin and Jeff Sessions

Sarah Palin to GOPe: "Great job GOP establisment!"
Please take a look at the article linked below to understand how the amnesty bill the Senate passed yesterday is a sad betrayal of working class Americans of every ethnicity who will see their wages lowered and their upward mobility lowered too. And yet we still do not have a secured border. This Senate-approved amnesty bill rewards lawbreakers and won’t solve any problems – as the CBO report notes that millions of more illegal immigrants will continue to flood the U.S. in coming years.

Great job, GOP establishment. You’ve just abandoned the Reagan Democrats with this amnesty bill, and we needed them to “enlarge that tent” of which you so often speak. It’s depressing to consider that the House of Representatives is threatening to pass some version of this nonsensical bill in the coming weeks.

Once again, I’ll point out the obvious to you: it was the loss of working class voters in swing states that cost us the 2012 election, not the Hispanic vote. Legal immigrants respect the rule of law and can see how self-centered a politician must be to fill this amnesty bill with favors, earmarks, and crony capitalists’ pork, and call it good. You disrespect Hispanics with your assumption that they desire ignoring the rule of law.

Folks like me are barely hanging on to our enlistment papers in any political party – and it’s precisely because flip-flopping political actions like amnesty force us to ask how much more bull from both the elephants in the Republican Party and the jackasses in the Democrat Party we have to swallow before these political machines totally abandon the average commonsense hardworking American. Now we turn to watch the House. If they bless this new “bi-partisan” hyper-partisan devastating plan for amnesty, we’ll know that both private political parties have finally turned their backs on us. It will then be time to show our parties’ hierarchies what we think of being members of either one of these out-of-touch, arrogant, and dysfunctional political machines.

- Sarah Palin


Jeff Sessions: "This is just the beginning."

Jeff Sessions released the following statement after Senate passage of the immigration bill:

“Sponsors of this legislation—despite the array of financial, establishment and special interest support—failed to hit their target of 70 votes. The more people learned about the bill the more uneasy they became. Failure to reach 70 votes is significant, and ensures the House has plenty of space to chart an opposite course and reject this fatally flawed proposal.

So while the bill passed the Senate, this is just the beginning.

The legislation adopted today guarantees three things: immediate amnesty before security, permanent future illegal immigration, and a record surge in legal immigration that will reduce wages and increase unemployment.

There will be no border fence, no border surge, nothing but the same tired illusory promises of future enforcement that will never occur. Americans have begged and pleaded time and again for Congress to end the lawlessness. But this amnesty-first bill is a surrender to lawlessness. As ICE and USCIS officers have warned, it will decimate immigration enforcement and erode the constitutional rule of law upon which our national greatness depends. And it remains unfair to the legal immigrants who put enormous time and expense into following the rules our nation has established.

This legislation demonstrates that the governing body in Washington has become severed from the people it is supposed to represent. It is a broken promise 1,200 pages long.

The Senate’s loyalty must be to the American people—immigrant and native-born alike—who work hard, pay their taxes, fight our wars, and obey our laws. 21 million Americans cannot find full-time work. Medium household income is almost ten percent lower today than it was in 1999. But this proposal would double the number of guest workers for businesses and provide permanent legal status to more than 30 million mostly-lower skill legal immigrants in the next ten years. This huge increase in the legal immigration flow will reduce wages and raise unemployment, and displace those who have suffered the most economically. As wise observers have said, we are a nation with an economy—not an economy with a nation.

We can create a lawful immigration system that makes us proud. But for that to happen, this bill must never become law. We must return to the drawing board and produce legislation that serves the just and legitimate interests of the nation, its people, and all who wish to call America home.”


Sunday, June 16, 2013

Jeb Bush Calls Ted Cruz "Articulate" and Says He Does Not Have Solutions!

Since I just posted about Sarah Palin's speech and comments on Amnesty in the previous article, I want to expand on what she said in the one-minute clip.  As you may know, yesterday marked Day 4 of the Immigration Bill talks this week.  Yesterday, JeB Bush comes out to say that immigrants are fertile because they work more and have so much more going for them. Really. This is taken from the WaPo:

Former Florida governor Jeb Bush (R) argued Wednesday that the United States should pass immigration reform because the U.S. economy needs the labor of young immigrants, and immigrants are “more fertile.” “Immigrants create far more businesses than native-born Americans,” Bush said at the Faith and Freedom Coalition’s Road to the Majority conference. “Immigrants are more fertile, and they love families, and they have more intact families, and they bring a younger population. Immigrants create an engine of economic prosperity.”  Bush said immigrants are an advantage that the United States has over China, Europe and Japan, which don’t have the same immigrant tradition and are struggling to find young laborers. “If we don’t do it, we will be in decline, because the productivity of this country is dependent upon young people that are equipped to be able to work hard,” Bush said.  Bush, whose wife is a Mexican-born immigrant, has long been an advocate for comprehensive immigration reform.

Impeccable, political timing and instincts.. and a tin ear, too, just like Dad. He must be not be much of an Italian wiz in the kitchen either, because he has been throwing everything he's got on the cabinet there to see what sticks, and nothing has since 2007. (Pasta noodles anyone??)
Today, I find this comment in a Breitbart article. (It was a short article so I will just extract the quote):

"He's very articulate," Bush said of Cruz in an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network's David Brody. "He's deciding right now, I think, what path he wants to take.  I'm for solutions. To me, being able to use your skills to solve problems should be the focus for everybody in elected office today because our systems are broken... To actually find creative solutions in a divided country to solve them is what we ought to be focused on.”

Believe it or not, I feel optimistic about the future when I read that. I am not angry. I am not pissed. I almost feel jubilant. Even giddy. He is starting to make this battle against the GOP seem easier by the day. I used to be afraid of the GOP apparatus, and how dirty they play. I'm not saying they won't be, but right now, this is quite entertaining.  Jeb Bush has lost his veneer. He did have luster once...
Jeb Bush was Governor in my state. He could do no wrong. Even though he left the state poorer than when he became Governor (property and real estate taxes soared thanks to him), he was generally popular. At first I thought he was just a victim of very bad timing. The stigma attached to the Bush name seemed impossible to overcome, but as time went by, he seemed more and more out of touch with politics, and just irrelevant.  After McCain lost in 2008, I remember him doing the rounds on Fox. The Tea Party was in full bloom. His father admitted he didn't understand it, and Jeb never really mentioned it.  Nothing he talked about on those shows appealed to anyone. Good contributors and guests are always asked back. He wasn't.

Last year he admitted he was not a Conservative. I never really understood that. In his circles, it must be embarrassing to be associated with one, but if you're running for an elected office, and you want to expand the base of support, why would you alienate the biggest block of voters your party has?  It's as if he's playing Presidential Candidate for his family to see. No politician would exclude the base of their party if they're serious about running. This happened all throughout 2012.  He would insert himself into the fray by insinuating he would accept being drafted if there was a brokered convention, but would retreat when the response wasn't what he liked. There never was an open  convention (they called it broken) because the only person people wanted to be drafted was Sarah Palin, NOT HIM, so the whole idea was dropped.

You have to give Jeb Bush credit, he doesn't quit. Maybe he is living in a dream world. I don't know. Maybe he has a special room in the house where he is allowed to "work" on his ideas and projects that he shares with his wife and mom for approval.  I also don't know. I am just imagining what it must be like to live in this man's head, because he seems to live in a rich man's bubble. Like Arthur.
It must be tough not getting traction for all the hard work, time and patience that you invest into something you think will change the GOP, but I wonder if it ever occurred to Jeb Bush that he could never compete with Obama in attracting the Latino vote.  Jeb Bush is so disconnected from people, that he actually thought that with the help of someone like Marco Rubio, who is an "articulate" Hispanic, could save the GOP from the attrition it had lost among Latinos.

Jeb got himself out there again, after the GOP lost the 2012 election.  It was not to solve our problems but to push the agenda, Immigration Reform, which he had been planning for years.  I mentioned his book back in November.  It finally came out this Spring, and no one I know has read it.. maybe it's me, but I have not heard much buzz about it! If I were Jeb Bush, I would be thankful to Rubio; after all, he did do all his dirty work for him early on, and is still going.  And he did pay a price for pushing this disaster by losing Tea Party support and respect in general. Rubio was all too happy to take the slings and arrows for him, though, and was even the target of some threats (from a producer at LaRaza who worked at Univision down here).   Although Rubio did agree with Amnesty from the start, his dirty, loyal work has secured a career for life, and  Screw the country.  I do have more to say on this, but will leave it for another day.
In February this year, Jeb Bush let everyone know that he would model his presidency after LBJ, should he run, right after it was announced that he would speak at CPAC. This set off a firestorm of criticism and thousands of comments, not one was favorable to the Bushes, their progressive agenda or their grip on power in the GOP.  It went on for days.  Organizers were dealing with issues with short time slots, invites and non-invites like the one with Robert Spencer and Pam Geller. I boycotted CPAC because of infiltration in the committees that ran it, but I am sure Jeb Bush didn't even care about the comments made about him, but he did choose not to have his name listed in the survey for 2016 president. I never saw Jeb's speech, but I am sure he rocked the house.  To sleep.

There is something about the whole family that has me wondering if there is some kind of selective listening problem, or a defective filter that is completely OFF.  Maybe being surrounded by "yes" people is part of this family's problems.  Politics IS like a business, and a form of supply and demand, one where the customer is (or should) always be right.  In this case, voters no longer want what the Bushes are selling.  So Jeb Bush can kick his bill and tin ear down the road!

That cretin had my juices flowing tonight, though, with the term "articulate".  I, too, have a form of selective hearing. It's the alarm that goes off whenever someone who supposedly advocates for Hispanics, treats them like his subjects, or inferiors instead. I can understand that many of you may not be sensitive to this, and may not be alarmed by it. Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, and many others in the left and right wing media venues have used the term "articulate" often to refer to Marco Rubio's ability to express himself.  I have made a point of proving anyone can be articulate if they want to, by making videos without using any notes, mirrors or cheat sheets to present orally.  There is a subtle bigotry in calling someone "articulate", as if to single out a person from a group of people characterized by their lack of education or illiteracy. Obama has been referred to as articulate and some in the black community took issue with it.  Harry Reid used the term more than once, but you will never see liberals ever criticize one another.  It is unfortunate that Jeb Bush, elitist, has shown what a condescending phony he is, one who doesn't care about Hispanics, but uses them to (try to) win elections.

I have said it before in my first article here. Cuban-Americans were promised things to vote for the Republican Party, aka Bush, Inc., but never got anything in return. I do not feel sorry for Jeb. His father is evil, and he, Jeb, does not care about anyone but himself, his family, and its power.
Jeb speaks in generalities and platitudes.  I don't know if it is deliberate, but like John McCain, their language is ambiguous.  Jeb Bush could only wish to have the caliber of character, intellect, and political clarity that Ted Cruz has.   No one is perfect, and politics is no different. I know that Ted Cruz is great, but I will give him room to not be perfect, especially where Immigration Reform is concerned.  What cannot be denied is his eloquence, grace, and brilliantly cutting humor. It has been said Ted Cruz may be Supreme Court Justice one day.  I have not even begun to listen to all he has had to say, and being the activist that I am, I will trust but verify (always), but he has become the Cuban-American Senator I choose to respect. How delicious that Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio are both a bit threatened by Papa Grizzly himself.  It was only a matter of time we would hear this:
Jeb is clueless.  If he doesn't get it by now that we don't like him or his agenda, then that's his problem.  I don't want to fix him.  I don't want him to fix the party. I don't want his family in our business.

I have decided that instead of being angry, I will enjoy watching the Rinos isolate themselves as the tide of popularity finally gets the power it has wanted.  Instead of telling the GOP what they should do to improve, I will save my breath and let them fail because we have already given them all the answers they need and they have just ignored us.  Instead of being frustrated, I will promote politicians for 2014 who will help elect Sarah Palin  in 2016.  The House, the Senate and the White House will be run by MAMA and PAPA Grizzlies who they will have to answer to.  I will rejoice and smile, and never let them forget, that the grassroots and the leader of the grassroots they shunned, were right all along and history will note it.
Dear JEB: 
Progressivism is OUT. 
The politics of our FOUNDERS is in.  
You have a better chance of being the King of England
than ever becoming POTUS 2016.
Your Subjects

Mark Levin Schools Jeb Bush on Immigration

Saturday, June 15, 2013

SARAH PALIN admonishes the GOP at the Faith and Freedom Coalition

Sarah Palin quoted Patrick Henry in preparation for what she had to tell the GOP at today's Faith and Freedom Coalition in Washington, adding that we must be willing to say the words that launched the Revolution, today: 

"I know not what course others may take, but as for me, Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death" 

Sarah Palin was very thankful to the guests at the Faith and Freedom Coalition.

"I am glad you've taken the time from family, work and home to be here. I can't thank you enough for being involved.. It's just so encouraging for me and Todd.. and for normal, average everyday Americans who are counting on you to have that stiff spine and to be bold, to push back what this movement that is Tyranny what it's doing our country. The great hope we can take away from your visit to Washington today is that Americans like Betsy Garretson and Tea Partiers already know all this, not only do they (you) value their Freedom, but are willing to fight for it.

In hundreds of towns across America, so many Americans are fighting the good fight. (I know I've met them, I've been in their homes and they've been in mine. And I've served them moose chili and blueberry pie..) They are the rock upon which we will build this new majority... And they are the voice that can reach millions of other patriots of all race color and creed, who also value the dignity and the opportunity of Freedom. They are the brave. They have kept faith with everything we love of this land of the Free, and we will have no hope of reclaiming this country, and we will deserve it even less if we fail to keep Faith with them.

That is the message that our leaders, our political leaders, especially in the GOP need to understand: you do not marginalize people, you don't discredit and dismiss every day, average hardworking Americans, those who are part of that Grass-Root Tea Party movement who want to effect positive change, because too often leaders are not  doing it! The people, We-the-people have to do it. We have to do it. We can't count on our politicians in Washington D.C. to do this for us..."

These screen shots were captured as she said all of the above during her message to the GOP:

Update (link) Sarah says we will not rebuild a majority by pandering and rewarding rule breakers via an Amnesty bill. She pokes fun at Jeb Bush's "fertility" comments to push his amnesty agenda, calling for better ways to make things work through debate.

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

What is Really Going On in The GOP?

By Robert Cappucci
Robert Cappucci is a staunch and loyal Reagan Conservative, an avid Constitutionalist, and a passionate patriot who wants to do all he can to make this country great again. He has been actively involved in politics for a long time. He served in the Army Reserves when he was 29 years old. 
When he is not busy  campaigning during election season, he is out demonstrating on the streets of Boston getting in the face of OWS demonstrators, collecting signatures, or attending events related to politics. His devotion is for his dog, his job, and his desire to learn more about Conservatism. 
Robert's mission in life is to be a better Conservative, and to have Conservatives elected to local, state and federal office. Robert and I both agree there is a problem with the GOP, that it has been against We-the-People and we both want to get to the bottom of why it is they act against our interests. We agree that infiltration is part of the problem, although from slightly different perspectives. The issue is worth noting, discussing, and looking into in more depth. ~ Isabel Matos
I have to seriously ask and remember, this is just a question:

Ok, here goes: Is there really such a thing as a “moderate” Republican, or is it really something much, much worse:
  • Republican Governors expanding and supporting ObamaCare. Republican appointees to the Supreme Court giving the law the green light by calling it a “tax”. 
  • Republicans like Scott Brown voting to raise our taxes, but not having enough time to even read the bills he signs into law.
  •  Republicans like John Boehner not defunding ObamaCare, and suppressing Conservatives any chance he gets. 
  • Romney as GOP nominee alienating Conservatives and not even putting up that much of a fight to win the White House. 
  • RNC “leadership” PUSHING “moderate” after “moderate” after "moderate" and LOSING election after election, after election, yet still rallying behind other so-called “moderates” for more elections.
In the face of all this evidence, which I can prove by factual record, is it really “moderation” of the GOP or are these folks really just Democrats who have registered into our party to destroy it? Is it not a viable and honest question?
As a member of the Republican State Committee of Massachusetts, I have heard, first hand, other State Committee members rise to the floor and say things that reminded me of Tip O’Neill for Christ sakes. What is REALLY going on?
No one can deny that this isn’t a serious concern. How in the name of anything can Republicans willing vote to grant amnesty and create 10-20 million new Democrat voters (or more) that will surely make the GOP obsolete? Only one answer really fits. They are not “moderate” Republicans. They are either, quite frankly, stupid, or they are really liberals with GOP masks on. God help us.
It is NOT RACISM to follow the law! Anyone who claims otherwise I misleading the public and smearing good men an women, not to mention throwing Our Constitutional Rule of Law under the bus! I am sick to death of being called a racist, a bigot, a homophobe, a wager of war on women, only or the rich.. I do not care who is making these false claims! GOD is watching, and you are bearing false witness.
Some day, somewhere, somehow, you will atone!

Conservatives need to rise up in the GOP and take over the party. You do so by attending Republican City/Town meetings and running for Chair and/or running for State Committee, and State Chair or national State Committeeman or National State Committeewoman. It will be by taking the reigns that we redirect the path of our elephant herd. By that, I mean, when conservatives control voter banks, party funds, and whom we do or whom we don't support as our candidates from dog catcher to president then we can fare Conservative candidates.
This is the article that elicited Robert's commentary:  

Friday, June 7, 2013

Bristol.Joan.Willow.Melissa. Wife Swap June 23 8 PM

The news and reaction to Bristol and Willow Palin going on Wife Swap is starting to get really annoying.

I am supporting Bristol and Willow 100%. This is a great occasion to showcase Conservative lifestyles. Bristol and Willow are mature, charming and well-grounded. Wife Swap is a fun show, and their participation in it will make it more wholesome. That is already changing the culture in a positive way.

I love Joan Rivers and her daughter, Melissa. They are hilarious together. Joan is surrounded by obnoxious liberal Hollywood. I tune in to her show, Fashion Police, for the jokes, but it is comprised of four hosts including Joan, and a guest mid-show, who critique actress of all types. Many Palinistas would  have enjoyed the segment on Julianne Moore the other day. She was wearing shoes that revealed her wild toes.. toes that hung over, under and all around her shoe straps. I happen to think she is a hideous fashionista, and this was hilarious to watch!

I have never heard Joan Rivers or anyone on her show ever utter a single rude thing about Sarah. She keeps things a little loose comedically, but professional overall. Unless the First Lady is wearing a nice outfit, you won't hear negatives about her or other politicians. I think it is intentional. The critiques are on point and Joan's punch lines make it all worth watching. I watch this for fun when I can. Unless I missed something, Conservatives need laughter every now and then to lighten our load!

I am giving a big thumbs UP to this mini-venture because we do need to try new things. It takes courage and confidence to INFILTRATE the culture like Sarah says, but it also takes patience. Nothing that is worth changing for the better happens overnight.
 We will never win the war culturally if we don't even begin to fight. Does that phrase sound familiar? 
Let's give this a chance. I am turned off by the many whiny comments I have read. They do not reflect who we or the Palins are. Let's not be holier-than-thou, and applaud this effort, at least for now.
In 2007, in full campaign season, Sarah Palin appeared on the lamest comedy show ever, SNL, which I call So-Not-Laughing, to prove she had a sense of humor.  

There are TOO FEW comedians on the right who make me laugh. Greg Gutfeld has been one who has been pretty funny lately.  I suggest we NOT SHY away from these opportunities, but make the best out of them to prove we are not uptight or afraid of being in a room full of people who are not Conservative. It sounds intimidating, but without practice, we will be like the GOP dorks who don't know cool if it came knocking at their door.

We either continue complaining about the comedians making Conservatives the butt of the joke all the time, or have some fun (even if at our expense at first) and start the process of improving entertainment from our point of view. 
Penetrating and even dominating the enemy's territory is what we are supposed to aim for. It is very Breitbartian in spirit and very Palin in reality. That's my two bits.
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Thursday, June 6, 2013

I'm pissed!

                      by Isabel Matos
I'm pissed!

This is not just for Sarah Palin supporters who are my friends. This is for all GOP voters and so-called Republicans who think their party is doing them favors. They are not!

The GOP has gone after this woman, Sarah Palin, because they have known all along she has the answers we have needed to defeat Obama and to reverse the course this country is on, and they can't have it. They, and millions of voters who have questioned her abilities and qualifications in the past, are in part to blame for the state our union is in.

On days like this, I just can't help but think, how lazy, how apathetic and how over-confident voters are to believe that the party we belong to (the GOP) does all it can to win, and that the politicians we elect to go to Washington, do their jobs by fighting for our freedoms every day.

This is for all those voters who could, but won't, take an earnest and hard look at the predicament we are in, and who continue to ignore that one person who would be president now had they not listened to the lies and smears that were spread in 08 about Sarah Palin.

Had voters been wiser, they would have ignored the tabloid-like coverage from the Marxist Media, and seen for themselves what she had actually done and stood for, on her own, without accepting any special favors, money, or using family ties to advance herself.

I wish voters had ignored the deliberate distractions, and had actually seen for themselves what a wonderful person and candidate she was. I'm angry - angry that I have to urge voters (GOP voters!) to see something that is so painfully obvious.. that Sarah is a natural leader, that she has been leading us without a title since 2007.. and that her style of leadership is displayed by example, not just talk.

We are used to being lied to, so when someone comes along with the truth, she is reviled. I believe the mood and attitude towards her are changing, and I say this because I choose to be an optimist. She is exemplifying everything we need in times likes these. She is walking us through the worst we feared would come.

I saw immediately the rarity that she was! To me, she was perfect. I never understood the vitriol against her. Sarah is politically astute. She is the only Republican, with the exception of Ted Cruz , who is taking on this President and the GOP establishment alike. Our side continues to shirk its duties and ignore Obama's scandals. That is scandalous! They ignore his atrocious and treasonous actions and dangerously naive policies. (I'm being generous..)

The GOP Republicans are cowards! The President does not fear them. He still fears Sarah. He fears truth tellers like her who can rally the country against him. He fears her because she, unlike him and his wife, loves and respects this country. She, unlike him, has never stood down on anything she has said, or compromised her principles in exchange for personal power or cheap political gains.

Sarah is NOT corrupt. She is not morally bankrupt. She is not a coward. Unlike so many we know, she has standards she not only claims to have, but lives by. Only Sarah Palin has the steel spine to carry on while others find their niche in Washington and forget what they were sent to do there.

Our spineless representatives fear negative media coverage. They live to please the Democrats enough to avoid it. The fear of being made the target of personally destructive politics keeps them in their place. They are deplorable! I hate every last one who lives by fear.

John Boehner chooses to please the president more than he does represent his own constituents. That is why it is so hard to replace him as Speaker. He is too valuable for Obama, who gets most of his agenda passed without the slightest bit of resistance from him.

JeB Bush, Mitt Romney, John McCain, Paul Ryan, Marco Rubio .. None can speak with the political clarity or moral authority that Sarah Palin does. None can take on the traitor in chief because they each have at a least one skeleton in their closet, or a personal shortcoming that can be used against them if they overstep their bounds or push for investigations that would lead to impeachment or removal of many in the Obama administration. What is going on is not just despicable. It is evil.

Sarah Palin not only knows the tremendous a predicament we are in is, she represents security for our country because she cannot be bribed, frightened off with the threat of the exposure of a scandal or blackmailed with any type of personal information she has that could compromise us.

How long will it take for GOP voters and Democrats or Independents with common sense and intellectual honesty to give this woman what she deserves: RESPECT and unconditional SUPPORT?

I am mad it has taken this long (and will still take long) for so many to open their eyes while the country's future hangs in the balance. Sarah Palin has proven that she is the only one fighting on our behalf, and the only one who can be trusted.. What then will it take for more to get it? She is doing her part, what are we doing to reach out to a wider base of supporters?

Who cares what her voice sounds like? Who cares whether you like her family or not, or whether you think she still needs to read more books, have more experience, or dress more conservatively. (I actually heard that comment in person and just about lost it when I did!)

Sarah has proven time after time, issue after issue, that she not only has the experience to be president, but she has the guts and the timing that come from instinct to do what is needed during times that try men's souls. Only masterful and natural politicians like her have done it in the past.

Because she is a woman, she is held to a different, and even impossible standard. This cannot be denied. America had better get used to it, because no one else has the unique qualifications, spine of steel, moral compass and bold personality that can help renew and restore our faith in America the Great again. No one.

For the nay-sayers in the establishment circles, and for the so-called Conservative Republicans (like the one I met at the New Orleans Investment Conference last October):

She never QUIT her job in Alaska. She did what was right by saving Alaskans from spending valuable time and state resources on dealing with frivolous lawsuits, all of which were dismissed! All. 25,000 emails also exposed nothing but integrity, honesty and professionalism.

To voters who repeat what they hear on television, you should ask yourselves why she is such a threat. You should wonder where the source of the criticism is coming from, and where you got your notion or impression of her. The media will never admit she is everything they claim she is not: that Sarah is savvy, that she is shrewd. And that she is damned good at what she does!

I'm ticked that people don't support someone who is willing to fight the way she does, and expose her family to the intense scrutiny and criticism they will get. I can't comprehend how anyone does not see the contrast between her and other so-called leaders of the "Tea Party"who prepare for their presidential campaigns for 2016. How shallow. Instead of giving, all they think about is what they can get.

We are blessed with an exceptional human being and an individual America can be proud of. When was the last time you felt proud of your country because of its politicians?

I am infuriated when voters complain about politicians not being honest, but when one comes along, it's not enough. Sarah speaks clearly. She does not make promises, or give false hopes of things that won't come. She does not sugar-coat the truth. She tells graduates they have to get off their butt to make a buck, and when she tell us hard times are coming, you had better believe they are. No one could be more practical or sensible.

She posts her comments directly on Facebook, too, while other politicians hire writers to work on their behalf.

I can't wait for the continuation of her endorsements for 2014. She is off to a great start already.
Sarah's support grows daily. I respect her. I will continue to share my enthusiasm for her with different friends (to expand the base). And I urge you to start spreading the news that were not going anywhere, that our resolve to fix this mess will only grow with time. We will follow Sarah's lead. Are you ready for the change that you are about to effect with your service in our nation's history? I am.

She is the one we will all need to turn to when the time comes for real change.