Palin Barks Back at Cheney


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John R. Houk

© August 1, 2012

 

Sarah Palin joins the call for Chick-fil-A day support on August 1 AND faces up to former VP Dick Cheney’s criticism of her selection as the 2008 VP nomination.

 

Here is a snippet Cheney’s criticism of Palin:

 

VIDEO: Cheney Calls Palin ‘Mistake,’ Mum on Romney VP Pick

 

 

Palin was just as qualified to be a Presidential candidate as then Senator Barack Hussein Obama who was a first termer with no Executive experience. On the other hand Palin had a successful Executive Branch in her first two years as Governor of Alaska. Palin’s only weakness was growing weary of Leftists lying about her family and her own Alaskan Congress coming up with frivolous ethics investigations in which she was CLEARED; however Alaskan Dems were relentless as was the MSM in smearing Palin.

 

So Palin packed her bags as Governor of Alaska and has proceeded with a hugely successful campaign of supporting Tea Party candidates across the USA. Alaska’s loss was the Tea Party Movement’s gain even though to my knowledge Palin has no formal ties to any particular Tea Party organization.

 

I am about to cross post an article from The Blazes that talks about Palin’s support for Chick-fil-A first and then addresses Cheney’s criticism. The Blaze has some video from a Greta Van Susteren interview. At the end of my thoughts here I am going to snip the part in which Palin quite correctly points to the error of Cheney’s thinking on her being a VP choice in 2008.

 

VIDEO: Sarah Palin Fires Back at Dick Cheney

 

 

JRH 8/1/12

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Sarah Palin Delivers Passionate Response to Dick Cheney‘s Claim That She Was a ’Mistake’ & Calls Chick-fil-A Protests ‘Bigoted’

 

By Billy Hallowell

August 1, 2012 at 7:47am

The Blaze

 

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin was in rare form last night when she joined FOX News’ Greta Greta VanSusteren to discuss issues ranging from the Chick-fil-A controversy to Vice President Dick Cheney’s statement that she was a poor choice for Sen. John McCain’s presidential campaign in 2008.

 

The segment opened with the controversy surrounding the fast-food chain. VanSusteren asked Palin why she was jumping in to support the restaurant (recently, Palin Tweeted in support of Chick-fil-A). Rather than focusing upon the issue of gay marriage, Palin said her support was rooted in a dislike for the ban that has been advanced against the company.

 

“I’m speaking up for him and his First Amendment rights and anyone else who would wish to express their — not anti-gay people sentiment — but their support for traditional marriage,” Palin said, referring to Chick-fil-A president Dan Cathy. “President Obama and Joe Biden — they both supported the exact same thing until just a few months ago when they had to flip-flop to shore up the homosexual voter base.”

 

The politician went on to call the poor treatment of Chick-fil-A and the calls for bans on the food establishment ”intolerant, bigoted, hypocritical“ and ”narrow-minded.”

 

As for Cheney, who recently said that it was “a mistake” for Palin to be chosen for vice-president in 2008, the former Alaskan governor had plenty to say. When VanSusteren asked Palin about this statement, she passionately responded, saying that she was honored to have been chosen as a candidate and that it would have been a mistake for her not to accept the nomination. Here’s her full response:

 

“The mistake would have been me just deciding that, ‘Hey I love my 86, 87 percent approval rating up there in Alaska as the governor moving and shaking and watching corrupt politicians and businessmen to go prison for crony capitalism. Working on 16 to 20 percent of domestic energy supplies being able to be increased via Alaska’s resource development. Ethics reform legislation that I was working on — that led to that 86 percent approval rating.

 

I could have decided, you know, I don’t want to be blooded up, I don’t want my family to go through what we will have to go through in order to put ourselves forward in the name service to this country. But I did it. It would have been a mistake to have hunkered down — just lived that luxurious…comfortable lifestyle in Alaska…We like so many people in this country decided, we will do all that we can in order to defend our republic, put America back on track. And I believe I did the right thing in accepting that call.”

 

Watch the entire interview, below (passionate response to Cheney starts around 7:23):

 

http://video.foxnews.com/v/1764610643001/

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Palin Barks Back at Cheney

John R. Houk

© August 1, 2012

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Sarah Palin Delivers Passionate Response to Dick Cheney‘s Claim That She Was a ’Mistake’ & Calls Chick-fil-A Protests ‘Bigoted’

 

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Obama Involved in Massive Vote Fraud in 2008


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John R. Houk

© April 29, 2012

 

This one is a few days old so you probably have already heard about. The info was at the top of the list of my Western Center for Journalism email: Barack Obama was caught cheating with votes in 2008 and “Russian money” was a part of Obama’s campaign financing in 2008.

 

It is beyond me for any reason this is not big news even for the MSM. I do recall this mentioned in passing on a FOX News channel show of which I can’t recall at this moment.

 

The story says that STRATFOR VP Fred Burton let then candidate for VP know of ballot box stuffing in the States of Ohio and Pennsylvania. These are two large States in the Electoral College.

 

Pennsylvania Electoral Votes: 21

 

Obama: 3,192,316 – 54.7%

McCain: 2,586,496 – 44.3%

 

Ohio Electoral Votes: 20

 

Obama: 2,708,685 – 51.2%

McCain: 2,501,855 – 47.2%

 

Source: NYT

 

This would have given McCain 214 votes.

 

Obama would have been reduced to 324 votes.

 

McCain chose not to act on the information. My guess for the reason McCain did not act on the info is because Obama would still have won the election because 270 was the plateau for winning. If there was verified info the Ohio and Pennsylvania were stolen States, I believe that would have been a great pretext to examine vote tallies in other States. For example Florida was a close race and was worth 27 Electoral Votes.  Indiana was a close race in which Obama won by a mere .9% over McCain with the Electoral Votes being 11. Obama won North Carolina by a mere .04% and that was 15 Electoral Votes. Obama won Virginia by a mere 6% and those Electoral Votes were 13. If there were Obama/Dem Party shenanigans in some of these even closer elections than Ohio and Pennsylvania it would have raised McCain 280 Electoral Votes and reducing Obama to 258 Electoral Votes.

 

In this case McCain wins the Electoral College in 2008 280 to 258.

 

With that in mind examine the Western Center for Journalism story on a crooked Obama 2008 campaign victory.

 

JRH 4/29/12

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No-Romney BUT Especially No-Obama


No RomneyNo Obama

John R. Houk

© March 10, 2012

 

In 2008 the candidates for the Office of President were Barack Hussein Obama (Democrat) and John McCain (Republican).

 

From the beginning of BHO’s campaign I perceived he was less than honest person that too many voters accepted the promise of Change as if that meant merely change from the GWOT-President policies of eight years. Voters ignored what was known of Obama’s past and didn’t care about the past that Obama has still successfully hidden from the public eye.

 

The Republicans needed a charismatic person to overcome voter weariness of President George W. Bush policies of his 8 year tenure. Frankly I don’t believe voters would have been so weary of President GW if the Left Slanted MSM had not hated him so much. You will never see the media vilify Obama the way it did Bush even though the deceptiveness of Obama is well worth the vilification.

 

The Republican elites therefore sought a nominee that could swing Center-Left on some issues and Center-Right on other issues. In the beginning that candidate appeared to be Mitt Romney. Then the cantankerousness of McCain and the Social Conservatism of Huckabee gave GOP voters an alternative to the former Governor of Massachusetts which is one of the most Liberal States in the U.S. Union. In the 2008 the Conservatives were still the nerve center of the Republican Party and Romney’s record did not jive with Conservative issues.

 

Eventually the GOP race in 2008 became a race between the self-described rogue in McCain and the Social Conservative (but not necessarily a full-fledged fiscal Conservative) in Huckabee.

 

I believed then as I do now that McCain was a RINO. He was the perfect GOP Elite choice to try distance from Bush as a Center-Right and the hope of retaining the White House with McCain’s Center-Left thinking. McCain overcame Huckabee. By this time the Democrats had sold the voters that Obama would be the chosen one to bring back bi-partisan, transparent politics and the hope of ending an already long war in 2008.

 

Obama’s promises and vision was a bill of bad goods that a majority of American voters bought into. Obama had the leg up before McCain could paint a picture of a Moderate Centrist to receive the baton from Bush. In fact I am of the opinion McCain would have been crushed political even in worse terms if had not the foresight to choose a Family Values-Fiscal Conservative as a running mate. Indeed Sarah Palin captured the hearts of the GOP so much that the Left Wing MSM went on the attack on Palin to the point of making stories up to castigate her to the voters.

 

I did not like McCain but I did like Palin. I voted for the McCain/Palin ticket despite McCain’s RINO credentials because I knew Obama backed by the Clintonista political machine would take America down a path of “Change” that voters did not comprehend in 2008. I am no political pundit genius however Obama has lived up to everything I thought he would do.

 

The Obama mantra of “Change” had less to do with repudiating President Bush and more to do with transforming America into the Socialist European style democracy. Socialism European style means the shredding of the U.S. Constitution. The Living Constitution crap of the Left is turning the Original Intent of the U.S. Constitution into a historical fable of days gone by.

 

It appears that 2012 is a path that is mirroring 2008. Only this time Mitt Romney has more money and better organization. Romney has become the slow and steady tortoise racking up delegates while GOP Conservatives have been messing themselves up by splitting Conservative voters into fractured camps as Romney keeps collecting delegates. Many people are doing the math and the general consensus is Mr. slow and steady will win the GOP nomination because of the failure of Conservatives to unite behind one candidate.

 

Part of the problem is that the GOP candidates still in the running for the nomination have a bit of baggage that Conservative true-hearts find objectionable. An honest look at the records of Santorum and Gingrich will demonstrate their Conservative legislative decisions outweigh their Center-Left decisions. Can Romney make the same claim?

 

Anyway, I am still in the anyone-but-Romney crowd as a GOP voter and in the anyone-but-Obama voters when it comes to the General Election in November 2012. An Obama reelection will validate the course he has chosen for America. This means the Obamunistic Radical Left will continue to Change-Transform America into a Leftist Utopia solidifying Moral Relativity over Biblical Morality, Government intrusion over Limited Government, the agenda to denigrate Christianity over America’s Christian heritage, Demand Divisive Diversity over E Pluribus Unum (Out of many, ONE) and so on with the picture of Leftist Change.

 

I am voting for whoever wins the GOP nomination even if they are a RINO – again. It would take super star Conservative leadership to reverse the Leftist curse of EIGHT years of Obama. If the Tea Party Movement remains strong there will be a counter-balance of preventing a RINO from going too far to the Left. AND I know a RINO will not endorse the utopian agenda dreams of Obamunism.

 

Still there are Conservative purists that would rather vote on principle rather than succumb to a GOP President that might have tendencies to make some Center-Left decisions. My son Adam is one of those kind of Conservative purists. Another person is a Facebook friend Danny Jeffrey. Here is Jeffrey’s reasoning on sticking to principle.

 

JRH 3/10/12

‘Smoking gun’ in Breitbart mystery video


BHO hugging Leftist Derrick Bell 1991

 

Some of the videos Andrew Breitbart spoke of at CPAC are now being made public. This is significant because there is a blogosphere thought that perhaps Breitbart was assassinated because the videos expose President Barack Hussein Obama as a liar in his 2008 campaign when he expressed there was no direct ties between himself and the radical Left.

 

WND has a report on the Breitbart videos that include a link to Sean Hannity discussing with Breitbart.com people about a media coverup. Later in that show Juan Williams (FOX News Liberal) and Michelle Malkin (FOX News Conservative) talk about the significance of the Breitbart videos. Malkin blasts Williams for pooh-poohing the video exposé.

 

VIDEO: Obama’s Mentor: ‘We Hid This Throughout 2008 Campaign’

 

 

VIDEO: (FOX News) Exclusive: Unedited Obama race video unveiled

 

 

JRH 3/8/12