Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Palin: "If We Were Terrorists Obama Wouldn't Have a Problem With Us" (& She Slams Mitt Romney)

Sarah Palin, dead on, as always, discusses the fact that if TEA Party members were "real domestic terrorists...President Obama would be wantin' to pal around with us, wouldn't he? That's what he did with un-repentent terrorist and friend Bill Ayers."

Sarah said (emphasis added):
"Well, the President's speech in Arizona as he asked folks to start ratcheting-down the rhetoric was all talk. He wasn't sincere in that and that's typical 'Barack Obama,' unfortunately. That is typical of our President where it's 'blah, blah, blah.' You know, it's all talk and no real action. Otherwise, he'd be on Biden and tell Biden to tone it down a little bit. Yeah, right.

Independent, patriotic Americans who desire fiscal sanity in our beloved Nation being called terrorists.  Heck, Sean, if we were real domestic terrorists, shoot, President Obama would be wantin' to pal around with us, wouldn't he? I mean he didn't have a problem pallin' around with Bill Ayers back in the day when he kicked off his political career in Bill Ayers' apartment, and then, you know, shakin' hands with Chavez and saying he doesn't need any pre-conditions with meeting dictators or wanting to read U.S. Miranda rights to alleged suspected foreign terrorists. No, if we were real domestic terrorists, I think President Obama wouldn't have a problem with us."
Watch the 3-part video from FOX News:

"Tea Party 'Terrorists'? Palin Fires Back, Part 1"

In this 2nd video from FOX News, Governor Palin slams Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney for NOT speaking up more during the debt ceiling debate & waiting until a deal was sealed to give his opinion.

"2012 can not come soon enough."

"I want these candidates to not be sitting back, and, bless his heart, I have respect for Mitt Romney but I do not have respect for what he has done through this debt increase debate. He did this (licks & sticks finger in air). He waited until it was a done deal that we would increase the debt ceiling and more money would be spent. More money borrowed and then spent on bigger government and then he came out and then he made a statement that, oh, he didn't like the deal after all. You know, you can't defer an issue and then assume, then, that the issue is going to be, then, avoided."

"So, Mitt Romney and other candidates you need to get out there, you need to tell the electorate what you really feel about these issues and don't do this (licks & sticks finger in air) and sit back."

"Tea Party 'Terrorists'? Palin Fires Back, Part 2"

Sean asks Governor Palin if she thinks that the TEA Party, as well as the ascendency of Conservatism, is going yield even more power now, after the debt ceiling debate.

"I do and that's why I'm an optimist heading into this next election cycle. I believe that the TEA Party patriots really have been strengthened and evidence of that is the vitriol that you see targeted towards these TEA Party patriots who just want a sound, fiscal policy adopted in our nation so that we will not become a bankrupt nation.

Now, more than ever, the TEA Party patriots have got to be energized. They can not be numb and calloused and depressed about some of the...'two steps forward, three steps back' that we saw happening in the last couple days with the debt ceiling increase. They need, now more than ever, to really be united, work extremely hard to get the right candidates in there. Despite the boot on the neck that many of us feel that government is trying to do to us. Those, on both sides of the aisle, who kind of run the political machines. That boot on the neck, trying to take us down and keep us down. No. Now isn't the time to retreat but it's the time to be united, to move forward. (This is a ) very, very powerful grassroots movement, I believe that will grow even more in these coming months as the election approaches. "

In the remainder of the interview, Governor Palin addresses President Ronald Reagan's "steel spine" and then Sean asks:

"On these very key issues, you are arguing, no pale pastels here, but to quote Reagan, 'bold colors.' The question that remains and you're so passionate about it as I'm listening to you tonight. What is the best move for you and give me your thought process about how you can best influence the things that you are passionate about. Is it you think it's through running? Do you think it's getting into the debates? Do you think it's maybe sitting on the sidelines and making commentary and speeches and traveling around the country? Where do you think you could be most effective?"


"You know, I don't have an answer for that question yet because that is that contemplation that I'm engaged in right now. 'Where can I be most effective?' I think about you, I think about Rush, I think about Mark Levin, I think about others too, who maybe ask themselves the same question: 'Could I be effective if I were to run for office and be in one of those positions where you have a title, you have that voting power, you have that executive power and really make a positive difference in the country OR can I be a helpmate? Can I be a supporter? Can I be a campaigner for someone who's in that postion?'

(I'm) still thinking about it, Sean."


"Do you really think that 'the Mark' (Levin) or Rush Limbaugh are electable?"


"Well, I do. But, you know, I'm one of those 'terrorists' out here in fly-over country that perhaps isn't given much credence."

"Tea Party 'Terrorists'? Palin Fires Back, Part3" (aka: "Debt Deal Shaking Up 2012 Race?" on FOX News)