Progressive Noam Chomsky: ‘Sarah Palin was right’

Just who is Noam Chomsky? Another Jew who is filled with animus toward Israel. Another classic anti-American who leaves one wondering when if ever we will we have another McCarthy hearing to try to rid our country this time of the desert loving Muslims. This time he surprises us with his take on Sarah Palin. My, Noam never ceases to amaze.

Here is just a flavor of his point of view. From Democracy Now

Hideous. Sadistic. Vicious. Murderous. That is how Noam Chomsky describes Israel’s 29-day offensive in Gaza that killed nearly 1,900 people and left almost 10,000 people injured. Chomsky has written extensively about the Israel/Palestine conflict for decades.

Then, Chomsky: “The Business Elites … Are Instinctive Marxists

Noam Chomsky Shocker: Sarah Palin Was Right 

Karl Rove thinks little of Dr. Ben Carson as candidate

What’s the matter Karl, you don’t think you can control this fine man? I read that Fox has signed on Rove for four more years. So now we can watch him plot and plan to have someone like a Jeb Bush be our next candidate for President along with other Rinos.

Mark Levin puts his take on the Karl Rove fiasco. Sarah Palin has a few thoughts on the matter as well. A good smack down by Levin.

“But even more so, this idea that Michigan’s minority voters will suddenly abandon their liberal, union loving ways to support Carson – simply based on the color of his skin – should be offensive to both liberals and conservatives. The reaction to such a move was already outlined in the previously linked article”. So says and isn’t it  Nice that Jazz Shaw over at Hot Air agrees with Rove. Let’s keep nominating libtards. It is working out swell.

‘No Constitutional Rights Issue’ in Forcing Catholics to Act Against Their Faith

Many have already posted about this issue, but there is something about the video I include, hearing Jay Carney opine, gives me that adrenaline rush of anger. Two points I will make. One, note that Carney says it was “the Institute” that made this decision. Recall the now infamous “death Panels” that Sarah Palin warned us about, and was excoriated. The second point, recall the George Stephanopoulos smack down over Contraception during one of the debates? We could not understand where he was coming from? Could it be possible that he knew this was coming, and wanted to get Romney, et al on the record? What a coincidence now. Here we go.

CNS News:

White House Press Secretary Jay Carney says there are no “constitutional rights issues” involved in a regulation issued by the administration that requires all health-care plans in the United States to cover sterilizations and all FDA-approved contraceptives, including those that induce abortions.

Because the Catholic Church holds that sterilization, artificial contraception and abortion are morally wrong and Catholic cannot be involved in them, the regulation in combination with the Obamacare mandate that all Americans buy health insurance will force American Catholics to choose between following the federal regulation or following the teachings of their church.

The regulation includes an exemption for “religious” employers, but to qualify for the exemption an employer must primarily employ people of its own faith, primarily serve people of its own faith, and primarily be involved in inculcating the tenets of the faith. In their comments to HHS on the regulation, the Catholic bishops said this “religious” exemption was so narrow Jesus Himself would not qualify for it. 

Sarah Palin Wallops Wall Street Journal Reporter

This is just too good. Sarah wraps up the guy for not reading his own newspaper. Sarah is coming into her own. She is ripping Bernanke for setting us up for big time inflation, corralled lots of good-hearted folks to run for office who would not have done so before…she is on a roll. Keep charging Sarah. Sarah is starting to shine

On her Facebook wall, Sarah Palin shreds WSJ blogger Sudeep Reddy over his response to her comments regarding QE:

Ever since 2008, people seem inordinately interested in my reading habits. Among various newspapers, magazines, and local Alaskan papers, I read the Wall Street Journal.

So, imagine my dismay when I read an article by Sudeep Reddy in today’s Wall Street Journal criticizing the fact that I mentioned inflation in my comments about QE2 in a speech this morning before a trade-association. Here’s what I said: “everyone who ever goes out shopping for groceries knows that prices have risen significantly over the past year or so. Pump priming would push them even higher.”

 Mr. Reddy takes aim at this. He writes: “Grocery prices haven’t risen all that significantly, in fact.” Really? That’s odd, because just last Thursday, November 4, I read an article in Mr. Reddy’s own Wall Street Journal titled “Food Sellers Grit Teeth, Raise PricesPackagers and Supermarkets Pressured to Pass Along Rising Costs, Even as Consumers Pinch Pennies.”

 Now I realize I’m just a former governor and current housewife from Alaska, but even humble folks like me can read the newspaper. I’m surprised a prestigious reporter for the Wall Street Journal doesn’t.

 – Sarah Palin

Read more: Business Insider

Sarah Palin says ‘soon we all will be dancing’

Here is a link to Sarah’s full speech From Hot Air – just scroll down. Yes, we will be dancing! Yes we can. Are we fired up? Yes indeed. It is our Country and we are taking it back! I caught most of her speech yesterday and it was so nice to hear her “breath of fresh air”. A lot of good quips.

Palin says Gov. Brewer has ‘cojones’

Somehow I missed this term in my High School Spanish Class. But I sorta had the drift anyway. That’s our girl!

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin praised Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer for having “cojones” in pressing the state’s controversial immigration law.

Appearing on “Fox News Sunday,” Palin used the Spanish slang for testicles when asked about last week’s injunction against the most controversial parts of Arizona’s law and the state’s effort to press forward with its immigration enforcement plans.

“Jan Brewer has the cojones that our president does not have,” Palin said. “If our own president will not enforce our federal law, more power to Jan Brewer.” 

Read more about our gal Sarah from the hill here

Sarah Palin tells it like it is! Less talkin, More Kickin

Sarah– we done good last night! Here is from her facebook page below. While everyone was talking about Obama kicking ass, his comment about never talking to the BP CEO was far more telling.

“50 days in, and we’ve just learned another shocking revelation concerning the Obama administration’s response to the Gulf oil spill. In an interview aired this morning, President Obama admitted that he hasn’t met with or spoken directly to BP’s CEO Tony Hayward. His reasoning: “Because my experience is, when you talk to a guy like a BP CEO, he’s gonna say all the right things to me. I’m not interested in words. I’m interested in actions.”

First, to the “informed and enlightened” mainstream media: in all the discussions you’ve had with the White House about the spill, did it not occur to you before today to ask how the CEO-to-CEO level discussions were progressing to remedy this tragedy? You never cease to amaze. (Kind of reminds us of the months on end when you never bothered to ask if the President was meeting with General McChrystal to talk about our strategy in Afghanistan.)

Second, to fellow baffled Americans: this revelation is further proof that it bodes well to have some sort of executive experience before occupying the Oval Office (as if the painfully slow response to the oil spill, confusion of duties, finger-pointing, lack of preparedness, and inability to grant local government simple requests weren’t proof enough). The current administration may be unaware that it’s the President’s duty, meeting on a CEO-to-CEO level with Hayward, to verify what BP reports. In an interview a few weeks ago with Greta Van Susteren, I noted that based on my experience working with oil execs as an oil regulator and then as a Governor, you must verify what the oil companies claim – because their perception of circumstances and situations dealing with public resources and public trust is not necessarily shared by those who own America’s public resources and trust. I was about run out of town in Alaska for what critics decried at the time as my “playing hardball with Big Oil,” and those same adversaries (both shortsighted Repubs and Dems) continue to this day to try to discredit my administration’s efforts in holding Big Oil accountable to operate ethically and responsibly.

Mr. President: with all due respect, you have to get involved, sir. The priorities and timeline of an oil company are not the same as the public’s. You cannot outsource the cleanup and the responsibility and the trust to BP and expect that the legitimate interests of Americans adversely affected by this spill will somehow be met.” Read the reast at:  http://www.facebook.com/notes/sarah-palin/less-talkin-more-kickin/397148258434

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