Saturday, August 10, 2013

Sarah Palin does victory dance over death panel vindication on Fox Show.

Click blood libel red blouse to play video. (Warning takes you Right Wing site.)
First Eric Bolling suggested that Palin take a victory lap now that Howard Dean and a few other Democrats were talking about their concerns about the Independent Payment Advisory Board in the Affordable Care Act which Republicans have said vindicates Palin concerning her "death panels" charge back in 2009.

Her response was rather muddled:

"It was a pleasant surprise and I don't think we should condone them for finally trying to jump off the Obama train wreck that is coming down the pike here. I appreciate that they acknowledge it, and of course there are death panels in there. But the important thing to remember is that's just one aspect of this atrocious, unaffordable, cumbersome, burdensome, evil policy of Obama's, and that is Obamacare." (I think she meant to say "condemn instead of "condone."  But seriously who can tell WHAT she means?)

Bolling then asks the Wasilla Wendigo what the Dems motive might be for coming out on her side now?

"Well it's in black and white, in the law that there will be rationing of health care. They..they couldn't go forever and not acknowledging that or they would look like complete buffoons, And they would be..uh..deemed incompetent, having not read the law to understand that death panels are a part of this atrocity. So I think it was just a matter of time, and the twenty two Democrats who have now acknowledged part of the problem with Obamacare again, as I say, they should be thanked and not condo..uh..condemned. think that..that as more and more of our Congressmen and women actually read the law, and as more of us bring to light more things in the 20,000 pages of rules and regulations accompanying Obamacare, more of them will try to jump off the train wreck that's coming."

Bolling then asks about the fake scandals.

"Yeah I'm still disgusted with the mainstream media having the opportunity to do some followup questions and really pinning down our President and asking him, because as you point out, this is the third week running now where he still pooh-poohs the Benghazi scandal, and'government snooping on us' scandals, and nobody's asking him which scandals are you characterizing as being phony? And I wish that the press would do a better job at really pinning him down, making him answer to the people whom he is serving. (Ahh another lesson on journalism from the "can't name what newspapers she reads" lunatic herself. I am sure the press really appreciate her helpful critiques.)What does he mean when he says that these things that we are SO  concerned about. He pooh-poohs them and acts like its no big darn dill." (They put up a Fox News poll here which unsurprisingly shows that Fox News viewers take all of the scandals VERY seriously. In other news most children think their parents are mean for not letting them stay up past their bedtime.)

Then Bolling shifts gears and asks Palin about security versus transparency as it pertains to the NSA/Snowden debacle.

"There is no balance at all in this struggle for security and liberty when we have an illustration going on today with our government having lied about it. Our government actually spying on innocent Americans and gathering data on us based on our communications. which really is a violation of our fourth amendment. There's no balance there at all. That is stomping, trampling, a boot on the neck of our liberty, that's not balance." (Of course when it was discovered that Bush secretly started this program, with NO judicial oversight, there was not one word spoken against it by Palin or her Right Wing hypocrites.)

Then Palin decides to directly defend Snowden.

"Well not only that but messenger then, he who told us what was going on in that department, that is resulting in our finally awareness of our government spying on us, and that's Edward Snowden. He's the BAD guy in all of this? You know they really want to 'shoot the messenger' instead of dealing with the problem, the problem is trampling on our liberty, trampling on our fourth amendment rights." (You know there is a great, and informative article from Dana Priest of the Washington Post, that really refutes quite a few of the assertions made by Glenn Greenwald and Edward Snowden. Not that Palin will read or understand it.)

Finally Bolling asks Palin who she favors in the dust up between Chris Christie and Rand Paul?

"Team Rand Paul."

Well that is certainly good news for Chris Christie.

I cannot tell you how unhappy I am that Palin feels vindicated on that whole Death Panel thing, but I guess every dog has their day.

The rest of the interview was textbook Palin-speak, with plenty of stumbles and misused words to keep English majors bashing heir heads against their desk for hours.


  1. Anonymous10:10 AM

    Yeah I'm still disgusted with the mainstream media having the opportunity to do some followup questions and really pinning down our President and asking him

    OMFG made her GO AWAY.
    Sarah, why did you Fake a special needs pregnancy??I want to know the who what when where and why of this issue!!

    1. Anonymous3:20 PM

      "Yeah I'm still disgusted with the mainstream media having the opportunity to do some followup questions and really pinning down our President and asking him."

      The media spends most of the time bitching that President Obama doesn't talk to them, enough. Then we he does, they want him to shut-up. President Obama can handle tough questions, unlike $arah Palin.

      President Obama handled the press masterfully yesterday. That's why some of them were bitching about his long answers. They were pissed because they failed to get a rise out of him, or humiliate him.

    2. Anonymous4:14 PM

      With all the "Scandal's" in her closet she dares to "Go there"!!!!
      She must be a narc!
      Only reason why her and Todd continue to get away with all their shit.
      Day after day Maila write to Official after offical about Todd pimping...
      there is a blog about the corruption of Alaska and how she had a boy jailed when she was sexting him, Yet this bitch has the balls to talk about scandal?
      Ya msm bring on the palin scandals?
      They are all bought off by RW media.
      That's why they won't dare report. This cuntry is is sad shape Amerika.
      It has this harpy shrew attacking our President! Can you see this shit during the days of GWB? No me neither.
      It is PBO's fault. He should of not silence the press over this bitch way back when.
      He should of let the sordid Scandals flow around this bitch like a infested abscess that she is!
      You want scandal bitch? You got plenty in your closet, pick one, pick any one or all of 'em!

    3. Anonymous4:15 PM

      Oh yea, I wish Alaska WTF would come back!
      They let it rip on her pigsty ass!

  2. Anonymous10:26 AM

    Here in Alaska, fishing is great fun, the problem is when the dingo from Wasilla spews her lick spittle nonsense, it's more like hooking on to the bottom feeders picking up the double uglies. If the dingo hates AHC, she should forfeit along with her entire family, medicare as well as preconditions for insurance.

    1. Anonymous9:07 PM

      I'd like to see an expose of where the Palins get their government-paid health insurancfe. Services set aside specifically for native Alaskans. Todd is 1/8? Inuit and even his grandkids qualify. And their spouses!

      They could afford to pay their own and let these funds help those it is intended for. But not cheep Sarah. Remember Chuck took the family to Canada for their cheap health services.

      Is all the family plastic surgery covered also too? Or does Sarah PAC cover that also too.

  3. Anonymous10:33 AM

    Senator Barack Obama and Senator Joe Biden kicked ass against Senator John McCain and Citizen Sarah Palin, the Pimp's Wife. Sarah Palin has no Title, thanks to President Barack Obama, and she hates that FACT.

  4. Anonymous10:44 AM

    dumb fuk wasilla libel squaking dimwit appearing in 3-2-1 ...

    1. Anonymous12:33 PM

      Click...changed channels. I refuse to listen to that ignorant, screechy, fugly grifter.

    2. Anonymous1:11 PM

      What the HELL is that fugly red top she has on, is it satin or crushed velvet? Someone wound her up this time, and set her loose. I do not "condone" them for THAT.

  5. Christie would tell her to take a hike and stop stinking up his campaign. I think poor Rand would accept any friend he could get. Hang a pork chop around his neck so the dog will play with him.

    1. Anonymous12:34 PM

      It's no surprise that Sarah hates Christie because he refused her help when he was running for the Governorship.

    2. Anonymous1:12 PM

      I understand why she is on Paul's side. HIS credentials are as murky as hers. It has been said he does not REALLY have his degree, and he changed the rules for dentists in his state.

    3. Anonymous1:33 PM

      Whoops. He claims to be an eye doctor. He needs his own eye exam, wearing that awful TOOP!!

    4. Anonymous2:53 PM

      It would be so much fun to see Christie go after Palin - he'd make mincemeat out of her in one second!

    5. Anonymous9:11 PM

      GOV Christie, honors his duty to his state. That's something Ms. Palin could/would not do.

      Governor Christie would not mince his words with the Word Salad Queen.

  6. Anonymous10:54 AM

    I have believed form day one that Get the Gimp is Sarah Palin. To confirm this, I looked up the term gimp in the Urban Dictionary (back in my day, gimp was a sewing term that referred to an ornamental trim used in embroidery).

    Here's what the Urban Dictionary has to say about gimp.

    "Bring out the Gimp: to make an already strange/creepy/outrageous situation much more so. From Tarantino's Pulp Fiction. After Ving Rhames and Bruce Willis were captured at the pawn show; the two crackers brought out a ball-gagged, leather-clad prison --and things got really weird.

    "A leather-clad sex slave." out the gimp

    Here are some more definitions from UD that really confirm my suspicion.

    G.I.M.P. Similar to a P.I.M.P. only wearing a mask and zip up suit. Talks less s**t than a P.I.M.P. even though he's used a sex toy. Unlike a brash P.I.M.P., a G.I.M.P. is generally quite passive and subservient minus the chronic stone habit.

    "Term made popular by the band 'Dolore' describing their unique genre. Stands for Gothic, Industrial, Metal, and Punk.

    "A gangsta in masterful pose. Not to be confused with a gimp involved in S & M sexual fetishes, like in the movie Pulp Fiction.

    "A cripple of qualities similar to a P.I.M.P. This invalid has either a deadly disease or physical impairment. He is usually seen thuggin' it up with his biatches in the hospital or other place of handicapped residence (his hood). He prefers to decorate his impairment or medical equipment with toned bling bling. The gimpjuice flows like crystal.

    Play on 50 cent song 'P.I.M.P.' Everyone knows at least one G.I.M.P., a person who fronts like he has loads of game but really is the laughing stock of all those who can be asked to notice him (wow, what a dead ringer this definition is!!)."

    I notice that when Get the Gimp is posting, Wasilla or Achorage is in the feedjit. Coincidence? Even if this is a 'friend or relative of Sarah', this person is revealing far more about himself or herself – and about Sarah Palin – than he or she realizes. These definitions –all of them – and Get the Gimp's postings merely confirm the utter disgust of every Palin-watcher who has ever posted here. They also cause me to wonder once again whether Sarah has ever been, or still is, an employee of Todd.

    1. Anonymous11:20 AM

      Look at the Gimp's avatar. It's a leather clad creature.

    2. Anonymous11:24 AM


    3. Anonymous11:31 AM

      No, it isn't her. You are thinking way too much. Sarah doesn't think....
      And Wasilla is almost always showing in the blog visits..

    4. Anonymous11:31 AM

      Thanks for confirming what 10:54 AM said...

      "Even if this is a 'friend or relative of Sarah', this person is revealing far more about himself or herself – and about Sarah Palin – than he or she realizes."

      What a *D.A.P!

      D.A.P. = Dumb Ass Palin


    5. Anonymous12:52 PM

      Gimp is a nasty way of saying "lame" or "crippled." I thought that Sarah Palin was the Chief of the Word Police and wouldn't like that kind of language. Isn't she the champion and queen of the disabled, always sticking up for them, donating to their causes and making appearances to help their fund raising effort.....what am I thinking? Palin only plays the victim when she needs to call attention to herself. She wouldn't defend or help the disabled unless, as Todd said, "What's in it for us?"

    6. Anonymous2:51 PM

      Sarah Palin does not donate or help by providing or gracing them w/her appearance to charitable organizations. Check her financial records - i.e. Sarah/Pac.

    7. Anonymous4:19 PM

      Anon 10:54am I've had that same feeling although I think it's a 'group Palin' effort. They all feed in, kids included, check with the 'writers' and off they go trolling the blogs. This would be a perfect way for her to do deeper and uglier digs without having to own up to them.

      She's mad as hell and she ain't going down easy. I'll give her that but one would think if there was one shred of dignity lurking somewhere in her or Toad's mind they would just decide to pull the tent, break camp and go home.

  7. Anonymous10:58 AM

    So is she going to Pooh-pooh the Pee-Pee's, by never sending them a personal note?

  8. Anonymous11:01 AM

    The Alaskan Queen Sarah Palin As Governor Loved Her "Death Panels"

    August 13, 2009

    In recent weeks, right-wing groups have been pushing the myth that health care reform will somehow kill seniors. One of the most high profile voices pushing this lie has been Sarah Palin, who claimed President Obama will institute bureaucratic “death panels.” Today, again on her Facebook page, she continued the attack. Though some Republicans have rebuffed this absurd, inaccurate notion — like Johnny Isakson (R-GA), who called such talk “nuts” — others, like Newt Gingrich, have piled on to agree with Palin.

    However, on April 16th 2008, then Gov. Sarah Palin endorsed some of the same end of life counseling she now decries as a form of euthanasia.In a proclamation announcing “Healthcare Decisions Day,”

    Palin urged public facilities to provide better information about advance directives, and made it clear that it is critical for seniors to be informed of such options:

    WHEREAS, Healthcare Decisions Day is designed to raise public
    awareness of the need to plan ahead for healthcare decisions, related to
    end of life care and medical decision-making whenever patients are
    unable to speak for themselves and to encourage the specific use of
    advance directives to communicate these important healthcare decisions.

    WHEREAS, one of the principal goals of Healthcare Decisions Day is to encourage hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, continuing care retirement communities, and hospices to participate in a statewide effort to provide clear and consistent information to the public about..

    [Advance Directives]

    As well as to encourage medical professionals and lawyers to volunteer their time and efforts to improve public knowledge and increase the number of ..

    Alaska’s Citizens With [Advance Directives]

    WHEREAS, the Foundation for End of Life Care in Juneau, Alaska, and other organizations throughout the United States have endorsed this event and are committed to educating the public about the importance of ..

    Discussing Healthcare Choices And Executing [Advance Directives]

    1. Anonymous12:56 PM

      "Death panels": republican-speak describing a means of making the dying process cheaper, more humane, less painful for both the patient and his or her loved ones, more family-friendly, give the patient and family greater rights than the patient's doctors or hospital over the patient's death decisions, and causing the dying process more apt to occur in a home rather than a hospital.

      Yup be scared, republicans; be really really scared. Big bad Obama will save you big-time money on your health care insurance, and he will simplify your end-of-life turmoil as well. In fact, why don't you republicans just leave the room, go outside, and cry in your coffee with the big insurance companies, for-profit hospitals, medical devices companies, and other health care lobbyists?

      Medical costs: the number one reason for bankruptcy in America.

    2. Anonymous2:47 PM

      Sarah Paln is a fucking liar! And, she was the worst 'quitter' governor on record for Alaska. They don't even acknowledge her as having been a governor up there...her photo is nowhere to be seen along side all the other past governors.

      What a fraud, liar and cheat. Plus, the Alaska Legislature deemed her to be unethical!!!

  9. Anonymous11:02 AM

    Again with the IPAB "death panel" crap. How many times does this have to be posted?

    From their mission statement:

    With regard to IPAB's recommendations, the law says "The proposal shall
    not include any recommendation to ration health care, raise revenues or
    Medicare beneficiary premiums under section 1818, 1818A, or 1839,
    increase Medicare beneficiary cost sharing (including deductibles,
    coinsurance, and co-payments), or otherwise restrict benefits or modify
    eligibility criteria.

    1. Anonymous12:57 PM

      That statement can not be repeated often enough: republicans are slow learners. Correction: republicans are unable and unwilling to learn.

  10. Anonymous11:03 AM

    Let me show you how the game is played:

    Sen. Mark Pryor (D-Ark.) and Reps. Ron Barber (D-Ariz.), Ann Kirkpatrick (D-Ariz.), Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) and Elizabeth Esty (D-Conn.) have all signed onto bills repealing the powers of the Independent Payment Advisory Board, a panel created by the Affordable Care Act that will make recommendations on how to reduce Medicare spending once Medicare cost growth reaches a certain level.

    The lawmakers have said they oppose the board because it would limit care for Medicare patients, even though the health care law says that any cuts would have to affect doctor reimbursement rates or the prices for certain drugs, not patient care.

    All five lawmakers are worried about losing their seats in 2014. Barber, Kirkpatrick, Sinema and Esty have also voted with Republicans to delay the law's individual and employer mandates—the requirements that Americans purchase insurance and that employers of a certain size offer coverage, respectively.

    The Democratic death panel fear-mongering follows an editorial that former Democratic National Committee chair Howard Dean wrote in the Wall Street Journal in July. He called for a repeal of the cost-cutting board because, he wrote, it would have the effect of rationing care by making it hard for doctors to make money from Medicare. Dean has worked as an adviser to a major DC lobbying firm that does work on behalf of the healthcare industry, which would see profits cut if the board goes into effect.

    1. Anonymous11:21 AM

      + 1

    2. Anonymous12:59 PM

      Probably make it harder for all those doctors that use fraudulent billing procedures, or who claimed on their reimbursement forms that they removed a thousand skin cancers from each patient, lol.

  11. Anonymous11:04 AM

    Did you know about Palin's Death Panels in Alaska?

    The federal government had to cut funding to the State of Alaska program to help the aged, disabled and chronically ill because her administration withheld payments for services previously rendered! They came in to find out WHY the state wasn't paying its bills with federal money! First and only time in history of the program that its happened.

    Death Panels indeed!

  12. Anonymous11:05 AM

    It's just a matter of time before she fires up the "I'm considering running for President" grifter mobile where she fleeces stupid teabaggers of their Social Security checks, donating to a woman who doesn't have the guts to actually run. She and Donald Trump have that in common. That clown will be appearing on This Week tomorrow. When is she going to go outside of fox? Never because she's basically that area where babies come out!

    1. Anonymous11:24 AM

      You seem a bit confused. $carah is the other Hole.

  13. Anonymous11:06 AM

    These "Democrats" who she claims agree with her are actually 5 Democrats in states where they're facing a tough reelection. Just remember how the Bluedog Dems in the House got crushed in 2010 after voting against the ACA. These 5 Dems are in the minority. As for these "Death Panels", I'd suggest that she read the actual law but, I'm not sure this hillbilly, grifter can actually read. Go back home dear and keep an eye on the rest of your daughters. It's only a matter of time before one of them gets knocked up again. Maybe Bill O can school you on that whole teen pregnancy thing.

    1. Anonymous2:43 PM

      Who believes that the lunatic Sarah Palin read the actual law - especially with all of those pages? She's a friggin' liar!

  14. Anonymous11:06 AM

    What is wrong with her face???/ It looks all swollen and puffy.WTF is she wearing???

    1. Anonymous12:09 PM

      I noticed that also, too! She must have had more injections done to her face or she's getting fat...LOL.

    2. Anonymous2:41 PM

      Her face looks round and puffy vs the emaciated face, legs and arms we've seen of late on the blog site of Immoral Minority.

      Her appearance goes up and down like no one I've ever seen - just like her boobs! Double D's to hangin!

    3. Anonymous9:20 PM

      She suddenly looks like a fresh-faced teen, all round and rosy. What happened to the sultry sexy gaunt Sarah we saw not so long ago?

  15. Anonymous11:07 AM

    Palin's ignorant "death panel" rant was in reference to the optional "living will" consultation that was to be funded under the ACA.ALL health coverage providers assess cost vs. need. Suggesting that this is unique to the ACA and that it is a contrived means of preventing certain types of medical treatments from being provided is simply more fear-mongering hyperbole from an ideological group that lacks a compelling argument based on reality.The closest example that you will find to a true death panel would be the bean counters in the private health insurance industry who deny coverage for potentially life-saving treatments under the guise that these expensive procedures are "experimental

  16. Anonymous11:09 AM

    Don't forget the other obvious parallel - when The State of Alaska, under her rein of terror, lost federal MediCaid funding due to poor delivery of services / payment for services. Hundreds died because her administration dilly-dallied on executing the payments to healthcare providers.

    The federal government had to step-in to investigate and to suspend payments until it was discovered WHY those payments for past services rendered had been withheld by her administration. To wit - healthcare for the poor / disabled / destitute had to be RATIONED - due to her administrations' dilatory actions. Death panels, INDEED:


    SNIP - "...State programs intended to help disabled and elderly Alaskans with daily life -- taking a bath, eating dinner, getting to the bathroom -- are so poorly managed, the state cannot assure the health and well-being of the people they are supposed to serve, a new federal review found.

    The situation is so bad the federal government has forbidden the state to sign up new people until the state makes necessary improvements.

    No other state in the nation is under such a moratorium, according to a spokeswoman for the federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services...". - END SNIP


  17. Still getting her outfits from The Trollop Barn, I see.

    1. Anonymous11:25 AM

      I love the Dress Barn. They have nice affordable work clothes.
      Trollop Barn conjures up some funny images!!

    2. Anonymous11:52 AM


  18. Boscoe11:10 AM

    So... death panels have been validated? Are we sure about that?

    Anyway, even if true, what these nitwits never want to acknowledge is that "death panels" exist RIGHT NOW. Are they really pretending that insurance companies never refuse to cover things because they feel that the chance of survival is too low or the patient is too old, or the treatment is too costly?

    Frankly, I'd rather have some bureaucrat who has no incentive to lean one way or the other than a middle management schmuck whose christmas bonus is determined by how much money he saves the company making those decisions.

    1. Anonymous11:28 AM

      Exactly. If I think the government cuts any program too much, I can vote next election, and they know that. The insurance guy? uh, nope, especially if it is employer funded insurance. People have NO SAY.

    2. Anonymous1:02 PM

      Exactly. And this doesn't even cover the death panels that exist 24/7 for the 45 million uninsured Americans, who have no ongoing medical care whatsoever.

    3. Anonymous3:48 PM

      This country went way off track with the concept of health care being a "for profit business".

      Health care is a public service, just like police protection or fire protection. Everyone should contribute for the collective health of all.

      Call me a socialist, I don't give a FUCK.

    4. Boscoe7:40 PM

      I definitely think some things HAVE to be socialized. We wouldn't for a minute consider a for-profit police force or military. But somehow, a for-profit medical system makes sense?

      Medical insurance as a for-profit concept is the very definition of "conflict of interest."

      Here's my 1-step easy litmus test for what should be socialized:

      If the business model is such that profits are gained by NOT providing the service being paid for, or the pursuit of said profits lead to a degradation in the quality of service (either by cutting corners or the effects of corruption etc.)then it must be socialized.

      Right now, "the best medical care in the world" is a human-centipede situation where you've got greedy pharmaceutical and equipment manufacturers gouging doctors with the highest prices they can get away with, lawyers gouging doctors with insane lawsuits for the slightest mistake, doctors gouging US with prescriptions and tests and procedures we don't always need in order to cover their overhead, and the insurance companies gouge EVERYONE.

      What kind of a psycho thinks that's an awesome system?

  19. Anonymous11:11 AM

    Hurray!! Harry Reid has now publicly stated that Obamacare is step one toward a single payer system. Such a system would be far cheaper to run than Obamacare (because all insurance profit would be removed, and because the applicant pool would be universal rather than a cherry-picked one).

    Here's is what is really, really, hysterically funny: as of December 31, because they did not read the fine print on what they signed, all of Congress and all their staff members will by law have to go on Obamacare. If they are from red states that made Obamacare more expensive or cover fewer things, too bad for them. Okay, let's all watch them, starting on January 1, trying to repeal their OWN healthcare system, lol!!! No more plastic surgery on-the-cheap, no more eye-lid jobs, no more botox at the taxpayers' expense, lol. Hey, Congress will even start to LOOK older!!! I really wonder whether the tea party members of Congress have read this fine print??? They did this with their own hands, but mark my word: they will blame Obama for it!! No WONDER they hate Pelosi: she read the fine print, and knew it was in there all along!!!!

  20. Anonymous11:15 AM

    Sorry, Gryph, still hanging in Chuckie Jr. post and will not click on any video of what she has to say anymore. At least Australian Sarah knew she was an ID-10-T and backed out. THIS cray cray will NEVER shut up when there's free money to be had.

    Thanks for giving us a "let it all out" night yesterday. The Palins are FREAKS.

  21. Anonymous11:16 AM

    During an interview on Nevada Week In Review, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid revealed that Obamacare is the first steps towards single payer healthcare for all.

    According to the Las Vegas Sun:

    Reid said he thinks the country has to “work our way past” insurance-based health care during a Friday night appearance on Vegas PBS’ program “Nevada Week in Review.”

    “What we’ve done with Obamacare is have a step in the right direction, but we’re far from having something that’s going to work forever,” Reid said.

    When then asked by panelist Steve Sebelius whether he meant ultimately the country would have to have a health care system that abandoned insurance as the means of accessing it, Reid said: “Yes, yes. Absolutely, yes.”

    Now we know why Republicans are so desperate to repeal Obamacare. The ACA is just the beginning of a meaningful healthcare system overhaul. Republicans know that once people experience the full benefits of Obamacare, it is going to be impossible to repeal. Republican lies about healthcare reform are being debunked on a daily basis, and time is running out.

    The timing of Senator Reid’s revelation was far from a coincidence. With the sign up period for the insurance exchanges starting soon, and Republicans mounting a last gasp effort to stop Obamacare this summer, the coming weeks are the likely final big showdown over the healthcare law.

  22. Anonymous11:16 AM

    victory dance !?!

    putrid uneducated braindead loser skank's never won a thing in her fuked up fraudulent life

    eric bolling can suk dick

    1. Anonymous12:32 PM

      I agree!!!

    2. Anonymous9:33 PM

      Who the heck is Eric Bolling anyway? And isn't his program supposed to be about economics, yet Mrs. Palin is fed leading questions about irrelevant topics - all three of them -- in five minutes. On Saturday morning.

      Geez Louize Sarah.... All puffed up and nowhere to go?

  23. Anonymous11:20 AM

    I'm having deja vu all over again.
    Her tirades are the same every week.
    She's had her death panels validated (not) since she first said it, because she always is right, right?
    And she never says anything stupid, right?
    She hasn't actually said anything new since she stepped onto the stage in 2008. Nothing new.
    And it was tiresome the first time.

  24. Anonymous11:28 AM

    I am so sick of all Republicans. We just received a "survey" with three questions from our idiot Representative, Dr. Dan Benishek. The first question was whether I approved of the ACA; of course I responded "yes." The second was whether I supported President Obama's gun control recommendations to which I again responded "yes." Finally the question was about the "size" of the federal government; I answered that it was "too small." In the comment section I wrote that, as a physician, Benishek should support the ACA and that he should also be concerned about climate change issues. Obviously he is a climate change "denier" like the rest of the GOP. I then wrote that he should never solicit contributions from our household.

    About Sarah and the "death panels." I'd like to see her put in front of one. Doesn't anyone at Fox News know (obviously Sarah Palin doesn't know) that most hospitals will not let you register as a patient without providing your end-of-life wishes. Ours are on file with our doctor and with the hospital. We only update them when the state law gets tweaked which it does on occasion. To paraphrase Keith Olbermann: These people are all IDIOTS.

    1. I received that same survey, Beaglemom. I added a lot of hand-written commentary. My answers:
      Yes, of course, and there's no excuse for you as a "doctor" to not support it.
      Ditto for gun control.
      I said the question about a tyrannical government was an inexcusable suggestion, unsupported by any facts, and what could his motive for suggesting that it was a valid opinion be?

      I also said his republican appeal to greed (we'll only destroy Medicare for people younger than you) didn't impress me and that I care about my children and grandchildren and even if I didn't have any, I would care about my fellow Americans, unlike him.

      I had a grand time with it, and can hardly wait to campaign again for someone to replace him! It was very close last time.

      How I loathe "Dr." Dan (in quotes because as far as I am concerned, he should be stripped of his medical license).

    2. Anonymous2:57 PM

      I don't live in his district, so I just wikied him --
      there's one patient review on a medical site. The patient gave Benishek one out of five stars.
      Little wonder he wanted to jump over to a job in politics. No malpractice insurance required.

  25. Anonymous11:55 AM

    Sarah Palin was wrong about 'death panels' and is wrong about most things (which is why the world compares stupid female politicians to her).

    The Atlantic gives her credit for being almost right about one thing:

  26. Anonymous12:01 PM

    Well, she's wrong on several levels there, but the gorgeous weather here and elsewhere in the country there, entices me to go outside, as most of her usual audience will have done, other than the institutionalized, who won't know what she'd been talking about here at all.
    The bill has been read, Sarah. By anyone who matters. You don't and haven't.

    Your "death panels" meme of a couple of years ago isn't what you're whining about now -- then you were saying it would affect blessed baby Trig. It won't, and wouldn't. We're talking Medicare here. And we're talking about the income of doctors, who would do any rationing because they wouldn't be getting as much money as they want for taking care of old people. Look at the doctors and their avarice there instead of at the ACA.

    You'd know, if you read the bill and didn't fraudulently have Indian Health Service coverage for Trig, that the five Democrats who're bringing this up are doing so for political reasons. Hundred of Democrats aren't. If you lived in the real world where you'd have to pay for Trig's health insurance, you probably couldn't afford it right now because he has a "pre-existing condition." Under the ACA, if Alaska were participating, he'd be covered for life.

    And about Rand Paul -- he's a fraud (not a legitimate board-certified physician, although he claims he is and operates on the eyes of people whom he's deceived by claiming he's got skills he doesn't) -- if he sticks to a strict reading of libertarianism, then he won't and doesn't want to accept help from religious people. Ayn Rand, one of his goddesses, was an ATHEIST. I interviewed her, face-to-face, as a real journalist, in 1974. I can tell you first-hand that she abhorred all religion; you just have to read libertarian literature there to see that they separate church and state completely.

    There's no fudging this -- if you think God's always around, and always on your side, then you must not and cannot support the libertarian cause. And you can't support part of it by taking away this central tenant of its beliefs.

    You should look it up. Spend some time reading a book, instead of those fan magazines there.

    Otherwise, Sarah, that fuzzy, sort-of-Santa's-costume cocktail coat you're sporting is several months ahead of your "Christmas" season. Most Americans will sweat just looking at you in that thing, in August.

    Plus, it, again, looks like your bathrobe. Your hair's changed -- grown a lot! -- since you were on Lake Powell there. What gives? Please give us your secret for hair appearance and disappearance there over the course of a few days. Is it snake oil you apply to your scalp? I'll bet you could get $2 a bottle for that stuff if you joined the circus and set up a sideshow tent. Or maybe QVC? Perhaps you're in talks with them already, introduced to the big shots by your great Hollywood friend Joan Rivers.

    gtg outside to this beautiful American land in which I live, which patriots have fought and died for here, and where I want to harvest some of my blueberries -- eek, health food! -- for dinner for tonight.

    Please don't leave Fox -- even if all they give you is weekend leftovers -- you brighten up my life and put a spring in my step. I'll always be sure of my beliefs when I hear what it is you're attacking there.

    1. Anonymous10:24 PM

      More likely Willer practicing extensions.


  27. I really wish that there was a provision in the Affordable Care Act that would pay for fixing the stupid in Sarah Palin and the rest of the diabolic, idiotic band of haters.

    1. Anonymous1:11 PM

      You can fix ignorant and uneducated, but ya just can't fix stoopid!

  28. Anonymous12:06 PM

    Sarah is relegated to five minutes on Saturday morning - kind of like kiddy matinee.

    Three tired old talking points. Nothing to even get her dander up! Yawn. Change the channel.

  29. Anonymous12:07 PM

    Fuck you Sarah Palin. I'm going back to IM's post about Creepy Chuckie Jr's comments about you.

    1. Anonymous1:26 PM

      It's the best place to be! Can you handle 1K+ responses, Gryph? Esther never could fight her own battles. Poor Chuckie Jr. HAHAHAHAHA

  30. Anonymous12:10 PM

    Watching Fox's hate mongering festival leads to hateful and ignorant viewers:

  31. Anonymous12:14 PM

    I'm in my late 30s and am trying to get pregnant for the first time. Haven't had luck for eight months and it looks like I'm going to need some fertility treatments. The thing is that my insurance won't cover it. See, my state requires insurance to cover fertility treatment if the employer had more than 25 employees and my company has less than 20. My hubby works for a company based in another state that doesn't require it...which means that it doesn't. looks like if I want a kid, naturally, Im going to have to shell out the dough from my own pocket, and while I understand that I don't have a right to fertility treatment and I understand that this is an elective thing, what gets my goat is --


    1. Anonymous12:30 PM

      Go adopt one!

    2. Anonymous2:17 PM

      Like Sarah did with Trig, 12:30 PM? MAN,do the claws come out when you palinistas are nailed to the wall in TRUTH.

    3. Anonymous4:38 PM

      12:14 PM
      Boo fucking Hoo!
      go adopt a kid!
      Obamacare is about SICK people! Not selfish asshole who want IVF!

    4. Anonymous10:27 PM

      Hmmmm, is fertility a natural, healthy state or not. If yes, then insurance whshould cover it. After all, it covers Viagra, even though decreased erectile function is a NATURAL symptom of aging. Kindly wrk your way out of that hypocrisy there.

    5. Anonymous9:40 PM

      I am sorry for the negative comments. I tried for a long time and finally at age 37, I got pregnant, and delivered a wonder-filled baby boy.

      Don't give up and take your time. It will happen when you least expect it. I have known two couples who adopted a bady in their late 30s and then got pregnant.

  32. Anonymous12:28 PM

    Hold the press!

    Remember the previous stories that Todd Palin is Gay? Well look at the picture below and you will see a big guy in a blue shirt getting comfy with Todd's backside while reaching around and rubbing Todd's right breast with his hand and Todd has a shit eating grin on his face as if he is enjoying it. Pictures don't lie Todd.

    1. Anonymous1:05 PM

      Todd do you have your facecloth and condom?

    2. Anonymous2:20 PM

      Todd is BI. Not that there's anything wrong with that....wink wink, Republicans.

    3. Anonymous2:22 PM

      ROFL!!!! That's what you see?? Projecting??

    4. Anonymous4:40 PM

      Anonymous2:22 PM

      ROFL!!!! That's what you see?? Projecting??
      Willow you're tiresome bullshit "projecting" is just stupid.
      Grow up and find something new.
      Go do har!

  33. Anonymous12:31 PM

    The Cost Of Dying: End-of-Life Care

    Source: 60 Minutes

    Once You See This Video -It Exposes Fox News & Sarah Palin Lies

    The Realities Are Very Sobering -Very Revealing

  34. Anonymous12:45 PM

    I saw the President's press conference, and he made of point of saying that each reporter could ask one question when called on. Chuck Todd asked two questions, one real question and the other was a follow up to a previous answer. President Obama chided him for asking two questions, and then answered the follow up question before answering the original question.

    I don't know what Palin expects from a Presidential news conference when the President limits the reporters to one question so that more of them get a chance to ask him something. And, since she didn't see the actual press conference, towards the end, some of the reporters continued to ask follow up questions and participate in a give-and-take with President Obama.

    Palin ought to thank her lucky stars that the media doesn't ask the hard hitting questions and probing, follow up questions. She got off easy. And, she still thinks that she was ambushed by Couric, when the truth is that Palin did not prepare for her interview-- and she still doesn't. Palin has been cut back to 4 minutes on Fox, in the middle of a Saturday morning. You would think that she would make the most of her four minutes, and instead, she mixes up "condone" and "condemn." She has a train wreck coming down the pike. And, she thinks that YouTube sends out a videographer to follow Governor Christie around to video his schtick. Keith Olbermann's quote is always on the mark, "That woman is an idiot."

    1. Anonymous2:12 PM

      The questions and answers are prepared by and for Palin before she appears on FOX. She could never sit like President Obama and take on all of the press/media w/any and all questions.

      Remember her w/Couric, she couldn't answer a simple question like that!

      Sarah Palin is a racist, ignorant lunatic who is nothing more than an evil and ugly woman - inside and out!

    2. Anonymous2:37 PM

      Yeah, the "what newspapers do you read" will ALWAYS be the trick question.

      And how she wouldn't answer the questions in the debate because she had NO CLUE.

  35. Anonymous12:50 PM

    Skank has not been vindicated!! Insurance companies have been rationing and acting as true death panels for years!
    Creating a team who helps get medical costs under control so there is some fairness for all who need healthcare is not a death panel.
    The truth is that not all of us will get everything we need with obamacare but more of us will get more of what we need with it!

    Howard dean said nothing about a panel acting as death panels will decide who gets treatment. Skank actually said there will be death panels who will deny the elderly and disabled medical treatments.

  36. Anonymous12:56 PM

    Also dean was talking about price setting and doctors not accepting the pricing so not performing procedures. This may or may not be true but the "rationing" comes in if the determined fee is not accepted by doctors. That would mean the doctors are rationing!
    I agree all should be paid for what they do but what about the hypocratic oath to heal?

  37. Anonymous1:01 PM

  38. Anonymous1:21 PM

    OT, but significant reporting:
    M from MD

  39. Anonymous1:39 PM

    Will Obamacare Touch Off Mass GOP Retirements On Capitol Hill? Here's Hoping Anyway!

  40. Anonymous1:41 PM

    Outdated, Outnumbered, and Out of Time: The Coming Demise of the Republican Party

    If consistency is really the hobgoblin of little minds, then Republicans must have the tiniest minds ever. Even though moderate Republicans routinely lament that their party's beliefs are outdated, they do absolutely nothing to fix it. No matter what the issue, at crunch time, they close ranks and willingly drink the Kool-Aid.

    The only problem is that it is poisoned Kool-Aid.

    The same party discipline that served the Republicans so well during George W. Bush's presidency and during the 2010 midterm elections is now going to destroy the GOP completely. The lockstep mentality of the Republicans (I won't say 'goosestep' but sometimes it almost seems like that) makes it nearly impossible for moderate members of the party to challenge the extremist elements in the GOP. In that party today, you are either all in or all out, a conservative or a troublemaker, an American or a traitor, with nothing in between, and this type of attitude renders the GOP a stagnant dinosaur incapable of evolving with the times and changing values.

    So far the party has survived despite this stubbornness for one simple reason: half the nation agrees with the platform on enough issues to support it. That enables the Republicans to at least maintain the status quo. But that advantage is about to disappear in the very near future, and if the party continues being as intransigent and militant as it is, it is absolutely guaranteed to perish.

    Why? Simple demographics.

  41. Anonymous1:58 PM

    She likes Rand Paul! He doesn't like war, Sarah, and you do, you idiot!!!!

  42. Anonymous2:01 PM

    If not reading the law makes you an incompetent buffoon, then Palin is at the head of her class. This is what the law actually says about the Independent Advisory Board about which Palin and Bolling were talking:

    “The proposal shall not include any recommendation to ration health care.”

    It’s right there in black and white. The law explicitly prohibits rationing. Of course, Fox News will never let their viewers know that. But they did accidentally provide evidence of the dishonesty of their death panel fallacy. At the outset of this trumped up issue, Palin was referring to end-of-life counseling sessions which, in her dementia, meant death panels. In fact, they were merely opportunities for people to consult with their doctors about what sort of treatment they would want in the event of a catastrophic illness that left them unable to express themselves. After it became clear that Palin had miserably misinterpreted this provision of the law, she switched the complaint to the Independent Advisory Board (which she also misinterpreted), and pretended that that was her complaint all along. Well, Bolling’s graphic proves otherwise.

  43. Anonymous2:07 PM

    Fox News Deploys The Scud Dud Sarah Palin to Stop Obamacare

    Things have gotten to such a low point in the Republican effort to stop Obamacare that Fox News dug up Sarah Palin to repeat a far from greatest hits collection of her Obamacare lies.

    The idea that healthcare will be rationed is based on the lie that Obamacare is a government takeover of healthcare. Republicans like Palin and some well paid Democrats like Howard Dean are back to fearmongering about the IPAB board, but here is what the board really does, “The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act creates the 15-member Independent Payment Advisory Board to suggest ways to limit Medicare’s spending growth. It can be overruled by Congress. Its appointments will be done in public. It will not make decisions on individual cases. The board can reduce how much the government pays health care providers for services, reduce payments to hospitals with very high rates of readmissions or recommend innovations that cut wasteful spending. It may not raise premiums for Medicare beneficiaries or increase deductibles, co-insurance or co-payments. The IPAB also cannot change who is eligible for Medicare, restrict benefits or make recommendations that would raise revenue.”

    What Howard Dean didn’t disclose when he came out against the IPAB board is that he now works as an adviser to a DC lobbying firm on behalf of the healthcare industry. Dean’s employers will see their profits go down if Obamacare is implemented. In short, Howard Dean isn’t to be trusted because he sold out to the healthcare industry.

    The Democrats who are jumping on the death panel hysteria are all from red states or districts and are up for reelection next year. This is just another attempt by them to hold on to their seats by looking like Republican lite.

    The fact that Fox News has dug up Sarah Palin to repeat her death panel lies four years after they have been debunked illustrates what a sad state of affairs the stop Obamacare movement has fallen into. Palin isn’t a missile of truth to the heart of Obamacare. She is a dud that makes a lot of really loud noises before spinning in circles and crashing into the ocean. Sarah Palin never hits her target, and mostly manages to embarrass herself every time she speaks.

    The Alaskan Scud dud and her payload of Obamacare lies has once again failed to launch.

  44. Anonymous2:11 PM



    They both have "con" in them, and I'm the Queen of Cons!

    1. Anonymous4:38 PM

      Well done!

  45. Anonymous2:15 PM

    ‘Australian Sarah Palin’ withdraws from election race

    She later stated that the way the channel edited her interview made her look a “fool” and apologized “to One Nation, to my friends and family, for any embarrassment this has brought to them.”

    One Nation leader Jim Savage confirmed on Saturday that Banister decided pull out of the race, but underlined that she continues to have “the full support” of the movement, The Australian reported.

    “Stephanie has not been disendorsed and will not be disendorsed,” he emphasized.

    Savage said that “threats” against Banister and her family, along with “the abuse she's copped and the enormous pressure she's been put under,” prompted her to quit the race.

  46. Anonymous2:15 PM

    Screech you are no big darn dill. We poo poo you. Could her eye brows be any further up her forehead?

  47. Anonymous2:21 PM

    Doesn't look like anyone is picking up her latest screed except Mediaite and of course Twitchy. No Politico, Huff Post...there's 5 news links on Google. She's done.

  48. Anonymous2:32 PM

    something lovely to see, in contrast to the above:

  49. Anonymous3:04 PM

    Looks like someone had some recent botox injections in her forehead! Botox can be a great thing, but also it can put the brows and forehead into such a paralyzed state that one looks kind of "sleepy" or simply unmoving. Mrs. Palin, you try so hard to look the part, but why not try a little harder to actually make sense?

    1. Anita Winecooler6:58 PM

      If you click "pause"

      It looks like someone had some recent buttocks injections and her face froze that way.

  50. Anonymous3:17 PM

    Ugh, I tried to just read her shit but it had the same effect that watching her does: after 90 seconds I just couldn't go on.

    She's not even worth the time spent laughing at her any more.

    Somewhere there's a hot water bottle cover that needs knitting.

    1. Anonymous3:36 PM

      3:17 PM - Just hanging out on IM all weekend and laughing at what the Palins, excuse me "Kennedys" to the faithful, have become.

      You just can't make this shit up!! HAHAHAHAHA

    2. Anonymous7:26 PM

      3:36 How could you compare the Palins to the Kennedys? First off, there is no comparison as to finances. I suspect you are comparing them to the murders/deaths, affairs, and illegal doings.

      Otherwise, I much prefer the Kennedy family members to the Palins. The latter families (Heath/Palin) are truly slimy w/zero class! And, the Kennedy family members have been far better educated.

      Gadfree! There is NO comparison between the families. The Palins/Heaths from Wasilla, Alaska compared to the east coast Kennedy family? Give me a friggin' break! There is absolutely ZERO comparison as to class. The Palin/Heaths are from a podunk town in Alaska (Wasilla) w/a state population less than major cities throughout the USA! Can you imagine the Palins attending a 'tea' w/the Kennedys or being out on their sailing boats? Cracks me up just thinking about it!

      Further more, can you imagine Caroline Kennedy talking w/Sarah Palin? OMG!!! I'm sure Caroline would not put herself through that or demean herself by doing so! There is class and then there is class (none on the Palin/Heath side!).

    3. Anonymous7:40 PM

      7:26 pm? 3:17 PM here - a bot's opinion responding to one of the pics posted on her Facebook. I thought I would DIE laughing.


  51. Anonymous3:33 PM

    $arah Palin has no right to have that smirk on her face. $arah Palin hasn't been vindicated of anything. Obamacare isn't going anywhere. President Obama poll numbers still far better than hers, congress, the media, including Edward Snowden.

    The latest polls say the majority of Americans has turned on Edward Snowden, and wants him to be prosecuted. Plus, some people haven't realized this, but yesterday President Obama actually stood his ground on government surveillance.

    I'm not crazy about government surveillance, but do feel it is necessary for national security. But, the reason I am glad President Obama stood his ground this, is because I don't want the president crying uncle, because of some high school drop-out, Ron Paul lovin,' hacker.

    The president stood his ground because he only offered modest proposals for a little more transparency, but he did not offer any proposals that would reign in the spying powers of the government. Plus, there is no guarantee the modest proposals that he put forward will even happen.

    $arah Palin is still a nobody. The of America still can't stand her. The only title she will always have is BITCH.

  52. Anonymous3:49 PM

    Gryph,this is actually an informed bunch we have here.Fox really has sunk too new depths bringing back the queen of "death panels". Sorry Sarah,we have the internet.We did our homework.

    1. Anonymous4:30 PM

      The Chuckie post just proved how desperate they are! We HAVE done our homework. New low indeed.

  53. Anonymous4:08 PM

    Palin, as usual, speaks out of both sides of her mouth. She defends Snowden, but made sure a college student who guessed her password was prosecuted to the full extent of the law! Palin, thy name is hypocrisy!

    1. Anonymous4:35 PM

      Excellent point.

    2. Anonymous7:44 PM

      GUESSED because she IS that stupid! C'mon, Sarah, you had such a FAIL day yesterday and today. Can we go 0-3 tomorrow? Pretty please?

  54. Anonymous4:49 PM

    When she has something to say about Pimp Panels, then I will be interested. Until then, STFU.

  55. Anonymous6:48 PM

    Every time I see an idiotic photo of Palin, I want to knock her block off! I'm not a physical person, but would have to contain myself if ever around her! She truly needs someone to give her a piece of their mind...guards around her or not. I would love to be verbal w/her - ask direct, difficult questions of her, call her out on the lies we know she's told, etc. And, I would have someone w/me taking pictures (and sound) of the entire conversation.

    The Toad isn't around her much anymore - at least in close proximity. The little man with the small, discolored dick, that tales have been told about in "Boys Will be Boys" is nothing more than an embarrassment to her and her family!

    And, now new photos are out of Curt Menard (one of her old boyfriends in Wasilla - deceased - killed w/Todd rumored to be a part of his death!) who has been indicated to be Track's real father! Boy, do they look alike. He IS the obvious father of Track! Sarah is and has always been a liar! To think that Track is not Todd's and that she faked the birth of that last kid that lives in their home - that she never cares for from all reports. I can hardly wait for the woman's demise as Hell awaits her! A fine Christian woman she is NOT - which has been proven time and time again throughout these past many years!

  56. Anita Winecooler6:52 PM

    I think crazy lady meant to say "condoms", she might as well have. She oozes sexuality in a greygardens kind of way. She seems to be fixated on asphyxia by footwear, I wonder if she has that in her boudoir routine or if it's part of her "look at ME" schtick?

    Hey Sarah, Question for ya. If Obamacare has "Death Panels", Whose fault was Terri Schiavo's (remember that prop?) death? Multiple Choice

    A)George HW Bush
    B)George HW Bush
    C)A Republican
    D) Any of 'em, All of 'em

  57. Anonymous7:08 PM

    Me too!!! Great thought and comment!

  58. Palin's ignorant "death panel" rant was in reference to the optional "living will" consultation that was to be funded under the ACA.

    ALL health insurance providers assess cost vs. need. Suggesting that this payment coverage assessment is unique to the ACA and that it is a contrived means of preventing certain types of medical treatments from being provided is simply more fear-mongering hyperbole from an ideological group that lacks a compelling argument based on reality.

    The closest example that you will find to a true death panel would be the bean counters in the private health insurance industry who deny coverage for potentially life-saving treatments under the guise that these expensive procedures are "experimental".

  59. Anonymous10:19 PM

    Red sateen blouse - in August? Where does $carah shop - Streetwalkers R US?

    1. Anonymous9:43 PM

      Piper had planned on wearing that red sateen blouse at the next Christmas Family picture but Sarah stole it.


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