Mom on Fox Last Night

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  • Lydia Samson

    Thank you for posting this Bristol! I love how real and honest your mom is, it always encourages me….

  • David

    Bristol, thanks for posting your Mom’s interview on Greta. I always like watching and listening to her tell the Truth about what the Policies of Obama and the Democrats are doing to our Country – we will never hear the Truth from the Lame-Stream-Media. Obama and the Democrats are trying to do the same thing to our Political System that they have done to our Economy and our Justice System – and that is – to Sc–w it up to the point where it does not work anymore.
    Thanks, John McCain, for introducing Sarah Palin and her Family to the American People in 2008!

    • Bree Merr

      Bristol your posts are always a delight to most of us. For those that use the post for an opportunity for a “police the Palins” fix only reveal the frustrations they have of Palin influence. They don’t have a successful blog of their own, so they are like a jealous child wanting to destroy another child’s toy. No matter how loud they whine and cry, they are proof of the Palin influence. As you mom said “be happy and let your attackers know it”– so continue doing what you are doing with gusto and let your whining attackers reveal their need for a fix.

      • Marcia

        What influence do the Palins have Bree? None. Sarah is no longer in politics and the GOP just hopes she diesnt embarass them too much.

        Saying the Palins gave influence is like saying the Kardashians have influence. Too funny!

        • Truth101

          She has enough influence to get a loser like to post here.

          • Marcia

            That’s not influence Truth. And you’re not a loser. Or at least it’s not good to call yourself one.

          • Truth101

            Mcarcia, I hate to tell you this but you are a complete idiot. You and your twin nightmare, James. I can not believe there are people like you and James around. Where did you go wrong in life? What kind of people raised you?

          • Marcia

            Wow Truth. Are you incapable of mature communication this evening?

          • Truth101

            Only when it comes to you.

        • liberty

          marcia marcia marcia I can tell from your postings that you are jealous of a family that loves each other because NOBODY loves you . Why don’t you go where you will be loved SATAN will welcome you with open arms he is the only one who would why don’t you go now because no one on earth cares a wit about you SO SAD TO BAD LOSERRRRRRRRRRRR.

        • Bree Merr

          Marcia and others like you,

          Of course you don’t want to think the Palins are influential. . Of course you don’t agree. That’s the kind of people you are. We expect nothing but jealousy & negativity from you. The rest of us know the Palins are good people and still influential. You have only validated what I wrote. Even your questions and response is to take care of your fix. We expect nothing else from you.

          • Marcia

            Bree you still haven’t answered my question. How are the Palin’s influential? They are nothing more than reality TV stars now.

          • Truth101

            Take a look at congress and the governerships. Four of six of Palin endorsed candidates won their primaries and two more will win in the coming weeks.

            I don’t see anybody asking you for an endorsement.

          • Marcia

            4 of 6. So 2 lost because if Palin’s endorsement? What’s that you say? Those losses weren’t because of Palin? But the wins were? Too funny!

            Face it Bree. Sarah Palin is just a reality TV star now. She has little interest in doing the work of governing and the GOP is just not into her.

          • Truth101

            Come on Marcia, you can do better than that. You know Gov. Palin endorses mostly underdog candidates. That is a great record.

            I expected better of you Marcia.

    • Truth101

      Executive Authority and Success
      First female and youngest governor ever elected in Alaskan history.
      Alaska is tied for the second most powerful governorship in the United States.
      The Governor’s office in Alaska is one of the country’s most powerful.For more than two decades Thad Beyle, a political scientist at the University of North Carolina, has maintained an index of “institutional powers” in state offices.He rates governorships on potential length of service, budgetary andappointment authority, veto power and other factors. Mr. Beyle’s findings for 2008 rate Alaska at 4.1 on a scale of 5. The national average is 3.5.”
      Historically High Approval Ratings: Palin had a 89% and 93% approval rating in May 2007: “”Gov. Sarah Palin, a Republican, has earned 89% and 93% approval ratings intwo recent polls. She has won nearly universal support because of her strongstand for honest government in the face of a corruption probe into othermembers of her party. Her support of a proposed natural gas pipeline to thecontinental USA has helped, too. “Her strength is her independence,” saysAlaska pollster David Dittman of Dittman Research in Anchorage. “Shedistanced herself from the old boy Republican regime and has beencompletely non-partisan.” Alaska Democratic Party Chairman JakeWestbrook credits Palin with working across party lines on issues wherethere is agreement.”

      “The triumph came in Alaska where Sarah Palin, a politician of eye-poppingintegrity, was elected governor. She is now the most popular governor inAmerica, with an approval rating in the 90s, and probably the most popularpublic official in any state.” – Fred Barnes,

      The Weekly Standard 07/16/07
      Governor Palin’s approval rating average from the time of her inaugurationuntil John McCain selected her to serve as the vice presidential candidate in2008, was 77.38%
      Executive Authority and Success
      Budgeting and Spending
      Cut state spending between 2007 and 2010 by 9.5%
      Reduced federal earmark requests by more than 80%: In FY2007,Gov. Frank Murkowski requested $350 million in federal appropriations, which Gov. Palin reduced to $256 million in FY2008, $198 million in FY2009,and $69 million in FY2010.
      Invested $5 billion in state savings, overhauled education funding, and implemented the Senior Benefits Program to provide support for low-income older Alaskans.
      Rejected much of President Obama’s “stimulus money” in 2009. During a pressconference on the matter, she said:“We are not requesting funds intended to just grow government. We are not requesting more money for normal day-to-day operations of government as partof this economic stimulus package. In essence we say no to operating funds formore positions in government.”Also stating in a press release: “As I wrote to our congressional delegation on January 7, our administrationrecognizes that President-elect Obama and the congressional leadership of bothparties favor the use of formulas to ensure fairness among the states and toavoid the earmark abuses of the past.We also have to be mindful about the effect of the stimulus package on thenational debt and the future economic health of the country. We won’t achieve long-term stability if we continue borrowing massive sums from foreigncountries and remain dependent on foreign sources of oil and gas.”
      Proposed a $2.6 billion investment in the Education Fund to help fund public education for the future.
      Used her line-item veto to cut more than a quarter billion in superfluous spending in2007: The Governor vetoed nearly a quarter of a billion dollars of projects containedwithin Senate Bill 53. Establishing a budget process, the Governor focused her decisions on the Constitutionally-mandated services of education, public safetyand health, and infrastructure.
      2007 vetoes included projects such as berry economic development, the AT&T SportsCenter, a Salmon Study, a tennis court at the Lions Club, batting cages, gun club facilityimprovements, motocross course construction, a virus free seed potato project, andnumerous other items placed in the budget that were not the State of Alaska’sresponsibility.
      In 2008,Governor Palin vetoed more than a quarter billion in superfluous spending: In all, $268 million was vetoed from the budget bills.
      “The budgets will provideneeded services, will leverage other funds and will make a significant investment
      in Alaska’s future,” Governor Palin said.
      Vetoed 361 line-items in 2008.
      Utilized line item reductions to reduce proposed spending by $80.3 million in 2009.
      Instituted a temporary hiring freeze to reduce expenditures during a period of unanticipated low oil prices in 2009.
      Cut spending more than 33% in FY2010 from FY 2009’s budget
      Signed energy legislation suspending the state motor fuel tax.
      Provide Alaskan residents with a “resource rebate” to help offset high energy costs:
      After funding the state’s priorities, putting billions away in savings and still seeing a budget surplus, the Legislature agreed to a special one-time payment, sharing part of our resource wealth with Alaskans, who under our Constitution are the owners incommon of these resources, and who I believe can decide better than government how to use that share.”
      Signed legislation opposing a federal aviation fuel tax.
      Lowered unemployment insurance tax rates: For the second year in a row, unemployment insurance tax rates have dropped. The 2009 unemployment insurance tax rates will be the lowest Alaskaemployers have experienced in 29 years,” Governor Sarah Palin announced (palin4America)

      • Truth101

        Reformed the state’s pension program by ensuring a successful transition from adefined benefits to a defined contributions system and addressing the $8 billion unfunded liability in Alaska state’s retirements, making it more solvent and leading to a decrease of 34.6% in state liabilities during her tenure.
        Left Alaska with an improved credit rating during and following her tenure as Governor:
        Standard & Poor’s raised Alaska’s credit rating from AA to AA+ in April, 2008:
        “Our fiscal prudence is being recognized by the financial markets. It affirms our efforts to control government spending and live within our means,” GovernorPalin said.
        “We have been working hard advocating for Alaska, both within thestate and outside, and I am pleased to see it paying off.”
        Moody’s upgraded Alaska’s credit rating to AAA in November 2010 and Standard & Poor’s upgraded Alaska to AAA too in January in large part due to Governor Palin’s policies as indicated below. Each italicized bullet point is a point provided byStandard and Poors as an indicator for credit upgrade:
        “The state’s strong financial management and generally conservative forecasting”: during her tenure, Governor Palin cut spending 9.5% andreduced earmarks 80%.
        “The state’s financial flexibility, enhanced by the maintenance of large reserves derived from windfall oil revenues since fiscal year 2008”: Governor Palin’s oil tax reform plan implemented in FY2008 was a severance orproduction tax on oil companies a tax they paid as a recompense fordeveloping the Alaskan owned natural resources has helped create fiscalreserves for the state.
        “The state’s moderate debt burden ”: During her tenure, Alaska’s overall debt decreased nearly more than 157 million dollars between FY2007 (her predecessor’s final budget year) and FY2010 (her final budget year), whiledebt outstanding increased at 4.2% annual rate (between FY 2007 and FY 2010)compared to the 6.8% annual rate of her predecessor (betweenFY2003 and FY2007).”
        Jobs and Business Growth
        Jobs:Alaska was 2nd in job growth compared to all other states during her tenure as governor.
        Alaska was 3rd in the nation in terms of change in the unemployment rate relative to the national average.
        Alaska saw a record number of oil jobs in both 2008 and 2009; natural resource and logging jobs increased 13.7% during Governor Palin’s tenure
        In her first year in office, Alaska was 6th in the country in unemployment improvement.
        Business growth and opportunity:
        Governor Palin cut business license fees in half, during her tenure.
        Alaska moved up from the 4th most business tax friendly state to the 3rd most business tax friendly state during her tenure.
        She signed legislation allowing Alaska-based businesses the same opportunities as out-of-state businesses, within Alaska. he number of oil companies doing business in Alaska doubled following the passage of ACES.
        Alaska’s exports grew to a record -high $4 billion in2006,a 12.6 percent increase.
        Alaska’s exports for 2007 reached $3.9 billion,the second best year for exports. (palin4america)

  • Jesse Martinez

    Very awesome!! Great interview and no trash talking!!!

  • bellagrazi

    Oh my gosh, Bristol, your mom is super awesome!!! She is a true hero of mine. I love that you were live tweeting her comments! Awesome idea!

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  • Thomas

    Sarah was not asked to attend the convention. Romney does not want her within 3,000 miles, as she is so stupid. “I can see Russia from my back yard”.

    • Marcia

      I wouldn’t say Sarah is stupid Thomas. But she does lack intellectual curiosity and tries to pass herself off as an expert on things she is not. As a result she sometimes comes off as sounding stupid.

      • Truth101

        I would say you are stupid.

        • Marcia

          Well of course you would Truth. But that means nothing.

          • Truth101

            Exactly, I an glad you see it my way.

          • liberty

            When Marsha looks in her mirrow well she can’t see anything because it always breaks from the hideous creature that stares back at her . That is why she is on her 10,000 mirrow .

            Thats why Marsha doesn’t like the Palins because they are beautiful and kind people who when everybody who meets themreally likes them. Unlike Marsha who is a vile and hideous creature and I am being kind when I say that. Because there are really no words that can describe how hideous Marsha really is. People run screaming because of her hideousness she has a face and a personality to match that is because of the darkness of her soul.

      • liberty
      • liberty

        Marsha Oh unloved one even by her own parents who think you are a disgrace to the human race and wish you were never born so sad to bad.

      • sodakhic

        That’s what the oil company execs thought, until she took them to court and won.After that ordeal each Alaskan got an extra $1200 a year from the sale of their oil. One reason she had a 90% approval. Of course the Dems were overjoyed when she put Murkowski out to pasture. The new ethics reform, forward funding education and putting $5 billion in savings nailed the approval.

    • liberty

      Sarah is smart not to go to that RINO convention it will give her enormous cred in the real conservative base that Rino convention is all about kissing Romney’s behind and Sarah is not into kissing anyones butt especially RINO ROMNEY.

    • RefudiateObama2012

      Dumbass, Sarah didn’t say that. Tina Fey did.

      • Marcia

        You’re right Refudiate. Sarah Palin actual words wrre” you can see Russia from land here in Alaska” .

        This was lampooned because it was Palins response when pressed by Charlie Gibson on what insight Alaska’s proximity to Russia gave her.

        • Truth101

          What else did Gov. Palin say? Let us hear it all and not your sound bite. Where is Charlie?

    • Truth101

      You are such a foolish kid. You don’t have a clue what is going on.

      • Marcia

        Oh, I’d say I do Truth. That’s precisely what Palin said and why she was lampooned. The really funny part was what she said next when Charlie pressed her again to explain what insight that gave her. And thd whole “Putin rears his head ” response she gave to thd same question Katie Couric posed. But you don’t really want me to elaborate on those now, do you? I didn’t think so.

        • Truth101

          Let us here it.

          • Marcia

            My pleasure!

            Palin:….And, Charlie, you’re in Alaska. We have that very narrow maritime border between the United States, and the 49th state, Alaska, and Russia. They are our next door neighbors.We need to have a good relationship with them. They’re very, very important to us and they are our next door neighbor.
            GIBSON: What insight into Russian actions, particularly in the last couple of weeks, does the proximity of the state give you?
            PALIN: They’re our next door neighbors and you can actually see Russia from land here in Alaska, from an island in Alaska.
            GIBSON: What insight does that give you into what they’re doing in Georgia?
            PALIN: Well, I’m giving you that perspective of how small our world is and how important it is that we work with our allies to keep good relation with all of these countries, especially Russia. We will not repeat a Cold War. We must have good relationship with our allies, pressuring, also, helping us to remind Russia that it’s in their benefit, also, a mutually beneficial relationship for us all to be getting along.

          • Marcia

            And here’s the later exchange with Katie Couric. Sorry Truth, but you asked for it:

            COURIC: You’ve cited Alaska’s proximity to Russia as part of your foreign policy experience. What did you mean by that?
            PALIN: That Alaska has a very narrow maritime border between a foreign country, Russia, and on our other side, the land– boundary that we have with– Canada. It– it’s funny that a comment like that was– kind of made to– cari– I don’t know, you know? Reporters–
            COURIC: Mock?
            PALIN: Yeah, mocked, I guess that’s the word, yeah.
            COURIC: Explain to me why that enhances your foreign policy credentials.
            PALIN: Well, it certainly does because our– our next door neighbors are foreign countries. They’re in the state that I am the executive of. And there in Russia–
            COURIC: Have you ever been involved with any negotiations, for example, with the Russians?
            PALIN: We have trade missions back and forth. We– we do– it’s very important when you consider even national security issues with Russia as Putin rears his head and comes into the air space of the United States of America, where– where do they go? It’s Alaska. It’s just right over the border. It is– from Alaska that we send those out to make sure that an eye is being kept on this very powerful nation, Russia, because they are right there. They are right next to– to our state.

          • Truth101

            Marcia, Let me add some that you left out:
            GIBSON: …When I asked John McCain about your national security credentials, he cited the fact that you have commanded the Alaskan National Guard and that Alaska is close to Russia. Are those sufficient credentials?
            PALIN: But it is about reform of government and it’s about putting government back on the side of the people, and that has much to do with foreign policy and national security issues. Let me speak specifically about a credential that I do bring to this table, Charlie, and that’s with the energy independence that I’ve been working on for these years as the governor of this state that produces nearly 20 percent of the U.S. domestic supply of energy, that I worked on as chairman of the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, overseeing the oil and gas development in our state to produce more for the United States.
            GIBSON: I know. I’m just saying that national security is a whole lot more than energy.
            PALIN: It is, but I want you to not lose sight of the fact that energy is a foundation of national security. It’s that important. It’s that significant.
            GIBSON: Did you ever travel outside the country prior to your trip to Kuwait and Germany last year?
            PALIN: Canada, Mexico, and then, yes, that trip, that was the trip of a lifetime to visit our troops in Kuwait and stop and visit our injured soldiers in Germany. That was the trip of a lifetime and it changed my life.
            GIBSON: Let me ask you about some specific national security situations.
            PALIN: Sure.
            GIBSON: Let’s start, because we are near Russia, let’s start with Russia and Georgia
            GIBSON: The administration has said we’ve got to maintain the territorial integrity of Georgia. Do you believe the United States should try to restore Georgian sovereignty over South Ossetia and Abkhazia?
            PALIN: First off, we’re going to continue good relations with Saakashvili there. I was able to speak with him the other day and giving him my commitment, as John McCain’s running mate, that we will be committed to Georgia. And we’ve got to keep an eye on Russia. For Russia to have exerted such pressure in terms of invading a smaller democratic country, unprovoked, is unacceptable and we have to keep…
            GIBSON: You believe unprovoked.
            PALIN: I do believe unprovoked and we have got to keep our eyes on Russia, under the leadership there. I think it was unfortunate. That manifestation that we saw with that invasion of Georgia shows us some steps backwards that Russia has recently taken away from the race toward a more democratic nation with democratic ideals. That’s why we have to keep an eye on Russia.
            And, Charlie, you’re in Alaska. We have that very narrow maritime border between the United States, and the 49th state, Alaska, and Russia. They are our next door neighbors. We need to have a good relationship with them. They’re very, very important to us and they are our next door neighbor.
            GIBSON: What insight into Russian actions, particularly in the last couple of weeks, does the proximity of the state give you?
            PALIN: They’re our next door neighbors and you can actually see Russia from land here in Alaska, from an island in Alaska.
            GIBSON: You believe unprovoked.
            PALIN: I do believe unprovoked and we have got to keep our eyes on Russia, under the leadership there.
            GIBSON: What insight into Russian actions, particularly in the last couple of weeks, does the proximity of the state give you?
            PALIN: They’re our next door neighbors and you can actually see Russia from land here in Alaska, from an island in Alaska

            I mean Marica, How many freckin times is he going to ask about Russia until he gets the sound bite he was looking for.

          • Truth101

            Candidate Obama was running for 2 year before Palin came on the scene. Candidate Obama had 600 foreign policy advisers but yet when Russia invaded Georgia what was Obama answer.

            Let the UN handle it.

            Candidate Palin knew the UN was useless in this case but Candiate Obama was caught off guide by a reporter.

            The truth is Candidate Obama made all kinds of gaffes answering foreig policy questions but the corrupt MSM never reported them 24/7 over and over.

          • Marcia

            Truth, read the transcript. He asked so many times because she wasn’t actually answering the question. ( Gibson: How does being close to Russia give you insight Governor? Palin: That’s right Charlie, we are close to Russia. )

          • Marcia

            Truth, Obamas answer was a good one though you feel differently about the UN and how the US should act globally. Palin mistake, as I said right back at the beginning of this thread is that she tries to pass herself off as knowledgeable about things that she isn’t knowledgeable about and that’s when she comes off sounding stupid ( though I would not say she is stupid).

          • Truth

            The fact is he is the one that kept bring up the proximity of the state. The corrupt MSM made it out to be that Palin just pulled that out of her hat. If you read all the questions leading up to it than it paints a different story. Palin answered the question but Gibson would not let it go and move on. That is why the voters thought Gibson was being an azz.

            The Gibson interview didn’t hurt the McCain/Palin ticket. She did fairly well in that interview. That is why the corrupt MSM went full mode attack on Palin won’t answer what she reads. Any thing to save their Obama.

            Palin has done dozens and dozens of interviews since those two months in her life. She has taked about domestic and foreign policy with substance but yet this is all you have, you have to go back four years and repeat the same old tired meme.

            What Palin may have known or not known 4 years ago she knows today and she knows every major issue that faces our nation and the world.

            The thing we do know is that Obama is a complete failure in domestic and foriegn policy. We know that Biden is a complete idiot and has brought nothing to the Obama ticket since being elected.

            We will never know what a McMain/Palin ticket would have done for the nation except that one of the task that McCain had given Palin was energy independence. We do know Gov. Palin would have tried to carry out that task but I am afraid that McCain probably would have been a big spender just like Obama.

            The main goal is to get this failure we call Obama out of the WH.

          • Truth101

            Marcia, No Obama’s answer was not a good one. Russia has veto power and it only take one vote to kill anything the UN may have wanted to do.

            Palin knew that.

          • Marcia

            Sorry Truth but you l

          • Marcia

            Sorry Truth, but you lose most people when you start with the ” corrupt MSM” nonsense. Palin doesn’t know anything more than she knew 4 years ago. Shes not jnterested in kniwing mire and doing thd work to become knowledgeable. And the interviews she does with Fox, Glenn Beck, etc are with pre-scripted questions and answers.

          • Truth101

            You need to watch the interviews after she would give a paid speech. She took questions after most of her speeches. the botton line is that you don’t like Palin and I think she would have made a great VP. You have the right to your opinion and I have the right to may opinion.

            Almost everybody on this blog knows the MSM is corrupted. Most networks are woned by progessives and if you want a job on their network you say what they want you to say.

            In 2008 Obama had:
            98% of the MSM on his side out, spent McCain 900 million to 300 million, a Bush admin. that had a favorability in the 20%, 500,000 jobs lost every month, high gas prices, a market that crashed at just the right time, I can go on and on…..

            Obama should have beat McCain by 15 points.

            The conservatives, blogs, and activists have had 4 years to figure out how to make the MSM irrelevant enough to vote Obama out of the WH.

            Romney may not have been my choice but he will have plenty of money to combat the MSM and Obama. This time around the economy is in the toilet with Obama in charge. If the market were to crash again it is on Obama’s watch. Our country and the world are 10 times worst off under Obama than Bush.

            How in the world Romney is not 10 points ahead shows you the MSM still has enough power.

          • Truth101

            Obama out spent McCain 900 million to 300

          • Marcia

            Truth, Pslin rarely took questions after her paid speeches and when she did, they were submitted ahead of time and her answers scripted. We to know she is good at memorizing those. That does not, however, mean she is knowledgeable.

            You are free to think the world and the country are worse under Obamas presidency. Your criteria is different than mine and others no doubt. As for the economy this country is still suffering the effects of the financial crisis this country suffered in the months before President Obama took office. And it is going to take a long time still to fully recover. Our economic boom was built on consumerism fueled by easy credit and shaky wealth built on ever increasing housing prices. What’s going to replace that? And when? Comfort make matters worse, and to put our economy in perspective, other major countries’ economies are similarly suffering. But you go right on ahead blaming all this on our President and thinking Mitt Romney is going to make it all better.

            Oh and I have no doubt that almost everyone here “knows” the MSM is corrupt. But that doesn’t make it so, Truth.

          • Truth101

            Gov. Palin even took questions at a liberal event that she went to that was hosted by businesses in NY and no the questions are not submitted ahead of time. That is what Obama does with the WH press core. He gives them the questions ahead of time. Palin does Q/A at most of her paid events.

            Let me get this right, Bush was blamed for the enomony but Obama gets a pass. I don’t think that is the way it works.

          • Marcia

            EVEN took questions at a liberal event in NY Truth? Do you mean her Paige gig at thd Long Island Business Association in 2011? Well FYI that’s a bipartisan group of business people. I guess thd fact it’s NY makes it liberal to you? Or do you consider anything not far right to be liberal? In any case, Palin took questions for an hour from the president of the association. Not submitted beforehand? Hmmmm…. Palin would not release the details of the agreement.

            One of Obama’s strength is the way he handles questions on the fly. Probably the most impressive display of this was when he went straight in to the lions at the Republican retreat early in his Presidency and took their questions. Unfortunately for the Republicans this was all televised. Doh!

          • Marcia

            Yes, it was a retorical question Truth. I don’t need or care to know if you were intentionally misrepresenting the Long Island gig or you were simply uninformed.

            As for the election, you may want Romney to win, but I have a feeling it’s going to be President Obama that wins and I’m A-OK with that. But that, of course, is something you actually did know ;)

        • Truth101

          Questions on the fly. When was the last time he actually took questions and I am not talking about the lovefest he has when he makes his rounds on the TV shows?

          He can’t take questions now because he has a record of failure. There are no anwers for that.

          Anyway Romney and Obama will be on TV soon doing an interview so that shoud be telling. I wonder if Obama will say it is above his pay scale again?

          • Marcia

            Oh too funny! So it WAS the Long Island Association gig you were referring too Truth!!!! Did you really think that is a liberal group and that the questions came from the floor as opposed to prescripted by the president? Or were you trying to pass this off as something it wasn’t? In either case you’ve been called out.

          • Truth101

            Marcia, It seems it does not matter to you if it was or not because in your mind everything has to be negative.

            In two more months we will have a liberal republican president and than it is time for conservatives to set things right.

          • Marcia

            Yes, it was a retorical question Truth. I don’t need or care to know if you were intentionally misrepresenting the Long Island gig or you were simply uninformed.
            As for the election, you may want Romney to win, but I have a feeling it’s going to be President Obama that wins and I’m A-OK with that. But that, of course, is something you actually did know

  • Thomas

    Bristol is just a knocked up teen who is a terrible Mother. No education & Gino who seems to be dumber than Bristol. What losers.

    • Truth101

      Are you on DWTS you freckin loser?

      • Marcia

        Wow Truth. Way to sink to Thomas’ level.

        • Truth101

          I expect nothing less from you.

        • liberty

          This is Obama without his Teleprompter. He is asked a question his answers go something like this UH AH UH AH UH AH UM UH AH UM AH UH umm er um ah er um very articulate the PRESY is.

    • liberty

      Thomas at least she isnt an animal lover like you ( if you know what I mean ) didn’t think anyone would find out did you . You are one really sick dude.

    • liberty

      THIS is the horse that Thomas has a very very special friendship with. http://pixdaus.com/horses-taming-of-the-shrew-animals-horses-people-woman/items/view/195848/ MAN YOU ARE REALLY ONE SICK DUDE YOU ARE REALLY DISGUSTING.

  • Thomas

    You hate my Mother because you are a homosexual, Bristol said. Now Bristol would dance with the guy for money? True Palin fashion.

    • Truth101

      And she was right. That guy was full of hate. A real loser.

      • Marcia

        Actually, both he and Bristol were pretty hateful. Notice how Bristol had her hateful remarks edited out of her reality show? Even she knows they look bad on her.

        • Truth101

          Bristol was calm the whole time. Noticed how the hater knew he crossed the line. People who may not like Bristol was on her side on this one. Proof of that would be DWTS II.

          • Marcia

            I never said anything Bristoln ot being calm Truth. I said she was hateful as well and she had her hateful remarks edited out of her reality show.

          • Truth101

            There was nothing hateful in the way Bristol reacted.

          • Marcia

            Oh, I’d say I do Truth. That’s precisely what Palin said and why she was lampooned. The really funny part was what she said next when Charlie pressed her again to explain what insight that gave her. And thd whole “Putin rears his head ” response she gave to thd same question Katie Couric posed. But you don’t really want me to elaborate on those now, do you? I didn’t think so.

          • Marcia

            No? Then why do you suppose Bristol had the part about her asking him if he was a homosexual and Then saying that’s a nice wife you’ve got there, gesturing to his male companion. Yes, that part Truth.

          • Truth101

            Oh come on Marcia, You know why Palin was lampooned and it had nothing to do with her answer. It had every thing to do with putting a Chicago thug in the WH. Let us be honest about this Marcia.

          • Truth101

            She stated fact. The guy was mean and hateful. He was yelling all kinds of hateful things and could not even answer why he was hating. He knew Bristol was going to be there and went there to show his azz. A forty year old man yelling hateful things at a 21 year old girl. We can’t make this stuff up.

    • liberty

      No Thomas we hate you because you loveeeeeeeee animals you are one sick disgusting IDIOT

      People when I talk about Thomas and his special love for animals I mean he really loves animals he is partial to horses I think you know the reason for that he is really one sick dude.

  • Thomas

    Bristol loves queers. Sarah loves black men. Todd is just left out in the dark. Palin women rock!!

  • Sandra Gray

    Thanks for sharing that and as always, I enjoy listening to your Mom! Thanks John McCain for introducing Sarah Palin to us Americans cause she is a True American who has stood tall and had to fight the media and their liberal wicked ways! God Bless all the Palins!

    • Marcia

      Sandra, what is a True American?

      • Truth101

        Not you.

        • Marcia

          Why not Truth? What is a True American?

          • Truth101

            Marcia, Not you.

          • Marcia

            You can’t seem to answer the question Truth. What makes someone a True American in your mind?

          • Truth101

            The answer is NOT you. What part of that don’t you understand?

          • Marcia

            Still haven’t answered the question Truth. Or are you suggesting ( shockers!!!!) that True Americans are only those that share your political views and religious beliefs?

          • Truth101

            You don’t know my political views or religious beliefs and what does that have to do with anything?

            You don’t like the Palins and I can’t stand people like you and James that are obsess with tearing others down.

          • Marcia

            Oh, so a True American is someone who likes Sarah Palin?


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