Monday, August 2, 2010

Palin Let's It Rip

Sarah Palin called the President on the carpet Sunday, declaring that Arizona Govenor Jan Brewer has "the cojones" that President Obama lacks. At the time, she was discussing the issue of illegal immigration.

The former Alaskan govenor blasted the Obama Administration for suing Arizona to block the state from implementing their legally arrived at state laws, and drew attention to inconsistencies in his justice department's argument over Federal domain by drawing attention to the total lack of effort on the part of the administration to confront so-called "sanctuary cities", whose city ordinances prohibit local law enforcement officers from enquiring about legal residence, as reported at
"Jan Brewer has the cojones that our president does not have to look out for all Americans, not just Arizonans, but all Americans, in this desire of ours to secure our borders and allow legal immigration to help build this country, as was the purpose of immigration laws," Palin said.

And while she was at it:
"The former governor said the president and congressional Democrats "are all wet" on plans to allow the Bush tax cuts for the wealthiest Americans to expire. "It's idiotic to think about increasing taxes at a time like this,"

Wow! Right on the money.

By the way, the photo shown was not taken during her appearance on Fox News Sunday, nor was she referring to Mr. Obama, Harry Reid or any of the other Democrat mighty men at the time of its taking.

With a hat tip to wizbang.


  1. I want AZ Governor Jan Brewer to show papers to prove she’s a human being. I think it was FOX that did a show on extraterrestrials that live among us, and Governor Brewer does resemble some alien from a B Movie, “Invasion of the Brain Snatchers”, right? I’ve have my suspicions about people like Jan Brewer, Mitch McConnell and Karl Rove because of their lack of human qualities.

    As far as the immigration issue goes… Republicans never made a big deal about immigration enforcement during Bush/Cheney but NOW all conservative hell is breaking loose… even though the Obama Administration is deporting MORE illegal’s than Bush ever did. Maybe we should adopt Ronald Wilson Reagan’s immigration policy (look it up morons)

    And funny how I didn’t hear NOT ONE WORD on the Cable News about AZ Gov. Jan Brewer’s connection with the Corrections Corp of America. Not to mention I could stop this immigration problem with one thing… ARREST ALL THOSE conservative business people WHO ARE HIRING THE ILLEGAL WORKERS! Republican Party = Hypocrisy

    On 7-28-10 I was watching Republicans on Morning Joe (MSNBC) preach about being ADULTS when it comes to our economic meltdown. I say BS! The real ADULTS are trying to demand accountability from those who got us in this financial mess. Republicans want to shift the burden of responsibility on
    American working class, teachers, poor people, unions and immigrants.

    I wonder if the spoiled Silver Spoons on Morning Joe knew how much they hurt Democrats, Progressives, Liberals when they didn’t challenge NJ Gov. Christie. NOW all over the internet the Conservative wacko groupies are swooning all over Christie like he was a rock star. Of course, because of these Republican low grade thought processes, the right wing monkeys now consider American working class, teachers, poor people, unions and immigrants the biggest threat to our economy

    What kind of Americans are stupid enough to believe that decent wages, decent working conditions, enforcing again regulation, reforming our broken financial system and broken healthcare are BAD THINGS! Especially letting all those tax breaks for the rich expire (ten years is enough!) so the rich can again pay their fair share. When the Republicans were running things they started two wars they did not want to finish, set us up for financial system failure and took tax dollars away from grade schools to give BP tax breaks/subsidies (Corporate Welfare). DON’T BELIEVE ME, you rightwing numbskulls, CHECK IT OUT FOR YOURSELVES!

  2. Were you saying something, SPO101?

    Sorry I wasn't paying attention. Could you repeat it? Maybe later, though. Something has made me really sleepy. Are you bummed because our Dear Leader has finished his stint on "The View?" Who isn't? Maybe a nice cup of herbal tea will make it better? Oh, and do you have ANY original thoughts--I mean ones that haven't been shot down long ago. Maybe we can see those? Even if I say "pretty please?"

  3. "Especially letting all those tax breaks for the rich expire (ten years is enough!) so the rich can again pay their fair share."

    The rich as Barry O defines them would be most anyone earning an income. Most people in this nation are employed by small businesses, business that are generally listed in the tax books as 'S' corporations. Raising taxes and taking away their income is a hefty disincentive for them to work, and the loss of income puts them in a position of being unable to hire more employees, further decreasing the states revenue stream and further crippling the economy. Increasing the cost of something leads to decreasing that activity. Who in their right mind would want to do this during an economic downturn?

    And who is to say what is fair and what is not?

  4. From how constantly you hear that "the rich" should "pay their fair share" you'd think there was some magic number that everybody knows but mustn't be spoken aloud. We all know it, and we know the rich are not putting it up.

    But, then, it isn't really about demanding greater contributions from the rich to the schools/roads/safety-net funds; it's about punishing them for having more. Sort of like the tabloids, and the blood lust that is aroused whenever a celebrity seems happy.

  5. On the plus side, all those people making $15-$30K will soon realize how truthful the Democrats were when they were saying "Bush Tax Cuts For The Rich" when they see their tax increases. Does that mean we're rich?, SPO101?
    Shut up!

  6. What's amusing at that the fools who blather on about how "the right" need to "pay their fair share" never seem to figure out that *they* are those "rich."

    And, won't things *really* be funny when "the rich" are Americans, in general, and "the poor" are most of the other people in the world?

  7. "But, then, it isn't really about demanding greater contributions from the rich to the schools/roads/safety-net funds; it's about punishing them for having more."

    And, we all know it ... and, sometimes, the "liberals" will even admit it.