May 7, 2010, - 2:37 pm

That’s Conservative?: Palinmessiah Endorses Jesse Jackson Pal/Fan of Islam, Iran, Amnesty for US Senate

By Debbie Schlussel

Sarah Palin’s endorsement of liberal, pro-abortion, pro-illegal alien amnesty, Iran-enabling Republican Carly Fiorina should be a wake up call for the blind Palinmessiahteapartybots.  Sadly, it won’t be.  As nothing will.

The Company Sarah’s Carly Keeps . . .

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You Betcha:  Carly Fiorina’s Friends, Jesse Jackson, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Etc.

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They won’t care that the empty vesselette in a skirt suit endorsed a close friend of race merchant/shakedown king Jesse Jackson, which Fiorina is.  They couldn’t care less that Fiorina, just days after 9/11, gave a drooling speech about Islam.  I’ve written about both of these things, exposed by conservative Republican and Orthodox Rabbi Dov Fischer, in a MUST-READ article on Fiorina, which documents Fiorina’s expansion of HP into Iran and how she violated embargo laws to sell ink to the country.  Watch this video, below, and you’ll hear more from Sarah Palin’s latest “great American”:

Palin calls this fraud, Fiorina, “the Commonsense Conservative that California needs and our country could sure use in these trying times.”  Hilarious.  But what do you expect when Sarah Palin also praised pimp/drug/teen sex glorification artist Kid Rock’s “common sense ideas”?  Next, she’ll tell us the Pope is Jewish, because–ya know–he wears a yarmulke.

The Palin idiotette said of Fiorina:  “She’s a businesswoman who has run a major corporation.”  Uh, yeah, she “ran” it . . . right into the ground, which is why she was forced to resign, but not before she fired hard-working Americans to give their jobs to foreigners she brought into the country to drive wages down, and not before she helped Iran (yes, the same Iran Palin pretends to oppose).  But will Palinmessiah blind faithers finally wake up?

Nope, the gushing  followers of Sarah Palin won’t care about any of this.  Because everything Sarah Palin–America’s most selfish and piggish woman (not to mention, likely the most airheaded)–does is magical and genius.  She turns our streets into cotton candy and lollipops.

The Sarahbots didn’t care when she endorsed pro-Iran, anti-Gitmo Rand Paul and the fact that she’s given him more money than any other candidate who got the few, paltry donations from SarahPAC.  The Sarahmentalslaves don’t care that Palin has never given back any of the tea party speaking fees she promised she would.

They don’t care that while she raised $410,000 the first quarter of this year for SarahPAC, she gave almost none of it–just $7,500–to candidates.  The rest went to private planes and a gazillion consultants to educate her on foreign and domestic affairs because she’s so damned clueless and too lazy and airheaded to read a book or a newspaper.

I love it:  working and middle class Americans willingly gave their money for this fraud to fly on private planes and have people tell her that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel and in the Middle East, while they whine that Obama is taking their taxes.  Helloooo . . . ?

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BTW, this should be a lesson for you regarding frauds like Scamela Geller, the car loan fraud scammer, who takes money from Sarah Palin’s PAC for ads and who repeatedly gush over this vapidette.  They claim to be against Iran and Ahmadinejad, against Jesse Jackson, and against illegal alien amnesty.  But the bottom  line is–like Sarah Palin–they really aren’t.

Talk is cheap.

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38 Responses

Yes… they say one thing and do another. That’s conservatism? Please count me out. If Palin can’t analyze the records and stands of a candidate, who is she to know who is a conservative and who isn’t? Sadly, California Republicans will follow her like the rats in Hameln followed the Pied Piper… to no good end.

But they can’t say Debbie Schlussel didn’t warn them.

NormanF on May 7, 2010 at 3:01 pm

Palin just being on the same ticket as McCain makes her a moron and a loser and definitely not a conservative. She endorsed much of McCain’s policies during the election, which makes me ask: Why does the Tea Party love this woman? … I forgot, they also endorse Vannity and other creeps like him.

I wish she would just go away. She’s had her fifteen minutes and has duped enough people to make her millions. She should just stay in Alaska, whip her husband and go beat some seals. (The beating seals was a joke you Palinbots, she probably just beats wolves that she only maims when she is shooting from a helicopter)

Jarhead on May 7, 2010 at 3:12 pm

The Tea Party phenomenon consists of people who can’t think and can’t read. And I wouldn’t be surprised the Democrats remain in power this year because of them. And when they back Palin, Beck, Hannity, et al, its so sadly predictable. Because conservatives can and should do better. The PC Conservatives in the UK’s failure to win a majority in an election when they had all the winds to their back should be a wakeup call to American conservatives.

It won’t be. If they snatch defeat later this year from the jaws of victory, they’ll have to go look in the mirror, if they are capable of learning from their mistakes. Following empty suit Palin shows they aren’t.

NormanF on May 7, 2010 at 3:20 pm

    I beg to differ, Norman. Tea Party folks are NOT bound by a party. They are not uneducated, ignorant or uniformed. I know this, because although I’ve never been to a Tea Party, I consider myself a supporter of their efforts to take back our freedoms, our Constitution and our inalienable rights. So, to make a generalization as you have, shows your gross lack of understanding about grassroots American partriots. The extreme OUTRAGE at Palin’s endorsement of Fiorna proves my point: Tea Partiers are NOT buying RINO’s, or conservative-wanna-be’s. The sleeping giant has been awakened…it may be a bit groggy, while the sleep gets rubbed out of its eyes…but things are getting clearer…and there has yet to be ANY leader emerge of this great tea party phenomenon. It certainly isn’t Palin…never was. Meanwhile, let’s help diminish Palin’s endorsement by getting Chuck DeVore elected in CA! Kick Madame Boxers butt in November!

    its.hinkey on May 7, 2010 at 7:07 pm

Palindrome: any statement that makes no sense whether said forwards or backwards. Wish I could take credit for this but can’t

abob on May 7, 2010 at 3:32 pm

When will the idoit princess go away?

Tracy on May 7, 2010 at 3:36 pm

    Oops, I mean idiot of course…dang dyslexia!

    Tracy on May 7, 2010 at 3:38 pm

Thanks Debbie. Let more people know about Palin, Fiorina and also Meg Whitman. Would love to hear your take on Queen Meg. They are all liberal corporate shills who don’t know anything about true conservatism. Palin is a band wagon jumper and really makes my stomach turn when I see her on television. When conservatives make fun of Obama Kool Aid drinkers they need to look in the mirror and see a Palin Kool Aid drinker. More and more male conservatives I speak with are turning on Palin. However, those female conservatives think she is the greatest.
My vote is going to Chuck DeVore. Thanks for the reminder on Fiorina’s thoughts on Palin’s experience back in 2008. Just another girl have another girl’s back. Can we say old boy network…errr old girl network. You go girl!! Go far far away!!

CaliforniaScreaming on May 7, 2010 at 3:56 pm

Thank you Debbie for this. I think you’re right though; most folks won’t pick up on the fact the Ms. Palin is a CINO (conservative in name only). I borrowed your expose of Mr. Hannity (all links and credits to you) to demonstrate these people are frauds. I’m sick of the faux conservatives that use the Tea Party (bless their naivety, but they do have good hearts over all) protesters to their favor.

steve on May 7, 2010 at 4:01 pm

She will go down as THE most disappointing “conservative” politicians ever. Sad. She had obvious potential.

Kaiser Sozay on May 7, 2010 at 4:03 pm

    Actually Christine O’Donnell may have her beat. See my post below.

    mk750 on May 9, 2010 at 4:36 am

Sarah Palin is a political footnote, with absolutely no chance of ever attaining high office in this country. Fiorina wields so little clout, she’s hardly worth mentioning. Why waste editorial space on these non-starters, when there are so many more alarming subjects to discuss?

Graty Slapchop on May 7, 2010 at 4:07 pm

Carly Fiorna = typical big business capitalist doing whatever it takes to make money. Fox News = more of the same, and the Wall Street Journal has consistently come down on the side of the business interests ahead of the national interests, with amnesty for illegal immigrants being only one example. Big business does not equal conservatism. Anyone who saw the behavior of big business in the Jim Crow south or how they helped prop Nazi Germany realizes that. That so many conservatives were willing to get behind big business because the many “conservative” talk radio stars and politicians were on their payroll created this false dichotomy of “either you unconditionally support big business or you are a Marxist/socialist/communist!” is one rather disappointing.

And Sarah Palin and Carly Fiorna are simply two of the biggest beneficiaries of the conservative double standard on affirmative action and “family values” (our unqualified women and minorities get to advance at the expense of more qualified white males and sacrifice their families for their careers, but that’s BAD for everyone else!). The only difference is that unlike – say – Clarence Thomas and Ward Connerly, Palin and Fiorna support others benefiting from affirmative action instead of simply personally benefiting from it while opposing it for everybody else.

Gerald on May 7, 2010 at 4:13 pm

When I turned on palin I started noticing how ignorant she is when she talks. The liberals pointed a few things out about her like when she said she could see russia from her house or the time she freed a turkey while doing an interview with turkeys being decapatated in the background. All these things were calling out to me but I didn’t listen. If palinbots haven’t woken up to the fraud by now they never will. I would imagine palin will still get away with charging tea parties a hundred grand for a speech and they will foolishly have her speak. The likes of levin and limbaugh will still promote her as a real conservative and she will get on fixed news and make her foolish, idiotic, retarded statements. I know a lot of us wish she would go the hell away and stop embarrasing us but she has dollar signs in her eyes and in the end she will split conservatives up and give us candidates like fiorina.

tyler on May 7, 2010 at 4:43 pm

So Debbie, how come you never comment on Michael Medved? Please do research if needed and enlighten us.

R: Michael Medved is a liberal piece of dung who is jealous of me and this website, which is why he repeatedly steals my movie reviews and disses me on his piece of crap show with two listeners. My site blows his away in readership and recognition and he can’t stand it. He’s a con artist who was involved with Jack Abramoff and his scams and pro-Muslim fraud Rabbi Daniel Lapin. Medved supports illegal alien amnesty and is against many conservative precepts. He is a complete scumbag who attacked me in 2006 as “despicable” for having the nerve to point out that Barack Obama’s family and father were Muslim and that his middle name is Hussein. We don’t mention that a-hole on this site b/c he is irrelevant. Wake up on that arrogant equivalent of an ant pissing on the sidewalk. He’s not relevant. DS

Reader on May 7, 2010 at 5:50 pm

    The lady doth protest too much, methinks.

    cschande on May 7, 2010 at 11:07 pm

Debbie I think you might want to read this link. I’ll let you draw the conclusions. Bristol Palin spotted at night club for 21+ after celebrating National Day to Prevent Teen Pregnancy. Uhhhh……Ohhhhhhh

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/05/07/bristol-palin-at-1oak-sar_n_568142.html

Hey great rant on Michael Medved.

CaliforniaScreaming on May 7, 2010 at 6:04 pm

For the record, tyler; it was Tina Fey on Saturday Night Live that said the “I can see Russia from my house” line. I can understand your confusion though, as every MSM TV outlet in the nation played that clip over and over hoping viewers would think it was actually Palin.

Palin is strictly a shill for the Republican Party, which is trying to co-opt the Tea Party Movement. This is why we desperately need a new, truly conservative party and why people like Palin keep telling us that would be a disaster and the answer is to rebuild the Republican Party.

If the Republican’s win big in November don’t expect to see much improvement in Washington, it will be just business as usual. Why would anyone think that these career politicians have had a life-changing epiphany just because the public is upset at current Democrat policies?

Wake up, conservatives! Ronald Reagan was a fluke! He managed to garner huge public support that forced the Republican establishment to accept him as nominee, even though he was despised by his own party’s elite. After his terms were up the Republicans went right back to their “moderate” roots and gave us George I and George II. Why do you think conservatives always talk about Reagan and not other latter day Republicans? Because you’d have to pretty much go back to Teddy Roosevelt to find another Republican that could be considered conservative. (Hard to place Ike exactly, since other than the Interstate Highway System he didn’t accomplish much of anything else except golf) The Republican Party is only conservative in comparison to the Democrat Party, which is like saying Brittany Spears is less trashy than Madonna.

Robert Sweeney on May 7, 2010 at 6:34 pm

    I saw the interview palin gave to katie couric and palin did say she knows about national security because she “can see russia from my house.” Thats why tina fey got so much attention because it was true and it was something palin said.

    tyler on May 7, 2010 at 6:51 pm

More you know what is going on in this world, more you get depressed.
May God heal this wild world

Jacqueline Hanna Youssef on May 7, 2010 at 6:36 pm

Californians have only to vote for the following candidates in order to start the long process of reversing the socialism embedded in the Golden State:

http://www.nightingaleforgovernor.com/

http://www.truthusa.org/

Jordan on May 7, 2010 at 6:59 pm

I have to disagree about Michael Medved. He has great gold commercials, so if you want to buy gold, and don’t care that it is in a bubble and might collapse (and you’ll be out of luck and MM still gets his commercial money), go ahead.

He also performs a very valuable service by his promotion of eHarmony.com the dating service that matches compatability 29 DIFFERENT WAYS! Oh my!!! Never mind that eharmony.com has been cited for deceptive practices by a number of consumer agencies; their commercials talk about so many matches from their site, that, if true, just about every marriage around would be through them. That’s one way of figuring out whether a talk-show host(ess) is ethical, by whether they use commercials from these hucksters.

He has spent most of the last week criticizing the new Arizona law, of course from the left. Talked more about that than the Times Square terrorist.

I know you don’t mention him, but as long as he was brought up….

Re Palin, you are, of course, absolutely right. Chuck De Vore is the way to go, even apart from Fiorina’s weaknesses which you and the comments have discussed. It shows Palin’s opportunism, lack of principle, and I think it also shows somewhat of a selfish insecurity. She wants to be the big populist; she doesn’t want any competition, especially from real conservatives like J.D Hayworth or Chuck De Vore. Maybe she is following orders from her Saudi bosses.

You are almost the only person saying these things that need to be said.

Little Al on May 7, 2010 at 7:19 pm

I would never vote for this phony republican, considering her ties to these thuggish clowns.

Destroy the Shakedown Industry on May 7, 2010 at 7:37 pm

Aside from the ones I just mentioned, here are the only other candidates worth voting for by Californians:

http://www.faithfamilyfreedoms.blogspot.com/

http://www.vote4king.blogspot.com/

http://www.templin4attorneygeneral.blogspot.com/

Jordan on May 7, 2010 at 7:38 pm

Your analysis is not indicitive of the Sarah-Palin-conservatives I have heard from. LOTS OF US have dropped our support of Sarah-what’s-her-name.

Apparently McCain bought a lot of Palin stock.

Carly F is just another RINO

Susan on May 7, 2010 at 9:08 pm

“But will Palinmessiah blind faithers finally wake up?

Nope, the gushing followers of Sarah Palin won’t care about any of this”

“Because everything Sarah Palin–America’s most selfish and piggish woman (not to mention, likely the most airheaded)–does is magical and genius”

You saying this stuff proves you’re an idiot, if you read the responses to the Palin FaceBook page you will see that most of the comments are against her endorsement.

a TIGER BEAR LION! on May 7, 2010 at 9:10 pm

This video is great! The No Apology Song: http://mittromneycentral.com/2010/05/07/no-apology-song-the-case-for-american-greatness/

The more people that hear this, the better. It’s not too late to wake up Americans so we can bring America back! Let’s spread this everywhere we can!

Dan on May 7, 2010 at 10:03 pm

Debbie,

You are right on again! To use a baseball analogy, you hit it right on the screws, which means you hit it squarely. When Palin was first nominated, I thought she was a breath of fresh air. Then shortly thereafter I realized she was a tool of the Republican Party elite, who promote LOSING. But what really set me against her was when she QUIT her office as governor of Alaska. Thank you for exposing this party hack and fake conservative. Whatever cred she had left went out the window when she endorsed RINO McShame over a real conservative in JD Hayworth.

As for Fiorina, a common-sense conservative? PUH-leeze!! We have enough RINOs in the Republican party to keep us in the minority for decades to come. That’s why California NEEDS a REAL conservative. California NEEDS Chuck DeVore as its next U.S. Senator.

Jon on May 8, 2010 at 12:05 am

She quit as governor of Alaska to make money. That’s pretty much it.

dougx on May 8, 2010 at 2:05 am

I read that palin was paid a lot of money to endorse the rino. That would be right up palins alley.

tyler on May 8, 2010 at 2:49 am

Well here in Tennessee our Lt Governor Ron Ramsey is running for governor. I think a good sign is that on his commercials he calls himself the conservative candidate-he does not mention party at all.

He said that if the AG of Tennessee does not file suit against the Federal government regarding Obamacare he will hire a lawyer to do it.

He also is opposed to tax hikes proposed by Governor Bredesen and the democrats that will mostly fall on small business.

Pinandpuller on May 8, 2010 at 5:13 am

To NormanF, dude for you to say that Tea Party demonstrators are ignorant, can’t read, etc., is completely obsurd, and false of you pal, don’t tell me that your going soft and becoming a liberal nut? Norman, I’ve been to only one Tea Party event and that was in Suffolk County, New York (not too far from where I live), and I can tell you from exprience that the majority of tea party protestors are just as passionate for this country like me, you, Ms. Schlussel & the rest of the posters on these boards. And the most of the tea party protestors are small business owners, who pay taxes, pay their bills, pay their mortgage or rent, well educated, can read and comprehend, etc. But the tea party movement has to be more vigorus, and also distance themselves from Dick Armey, and the rest of GOP hacks who are trying to “co-opt” the movement and also undermine the movement.

Now to Sarah Palin, when I first saw her came onto the seen two years ago, I thought that she was a breath of fresh air, etc., but as time went along, she started to expose herself as a Republican hack like Gingrich, Rove, McCain, etc., and top of that when she endorse McCain and gave a speech at a McCain rally and bashed JD Hayworth, I said to myself that this woman is “unelectable”! That means that Palin supports 20-30 million illegal-aliens living in this country and also apart of the “New World Order”, to me Ms. Palin is a “faux-conservative”.

“A nation is identified by it’s borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on May 8, 2010 at 10:39 am

Sorry to say but Debbie has been proven to be right about the palinbots, they say they support her decision. Just check out the comments on facebook. People talking about “I support fiorina and I’m a proud conservative, way to go sarah.” It’s enough to make you puke. They told me the tired line of “your not a real conservative.” hahahaha. Mind numb robots. What a sick joke and you palinbots do me the favor of not posting on this site you really are an embarrasement.

tyler on May 8, 2010 at 11:38 pm

And for an encore, Palin ll: Christine O’Donell. Running for Senate in DE and her experience is as a “commentator” and *marketing* consultant. ROFL, but of course she’s the real deal. Stupid, gullible sheeple.

mk750 on May 9, 2010 at 4:34 am

I haven’t been keeping track – who is it who’s up for re-election – Feinstein or Boxer?

Regardless, the last thing we need is more RINO’s in the senate (another descriptive acronym that Medved hates). It’s good that Specter is gone, and it would be good if McCain, Grammnesty and a whole bunch of others go. I’d rather see authentic liberals get elected on a (D) ticket rather than fake Conservatives on the (R) ticket. That way, we don’t have GOP ‘majorities’ in the Senate and later wonder why judges can’t have their hearings in the Senate committee.

Sometimes, one has to get sick before one gets better: this year, in the Senate, I don’t mind the Dems getting a super-majority if that’s what’s required to get rid of all the RINOs up for re-election. That way, unlike Clinton in 1994, Obama won’t get the opportunity to fix things and will move even more Left, while the GOP moves more Right as a result of RINOs being trounced. That would set up 2012 and make it interesting.

Infidel Pride on May 9, 2010 at 7:16 am

Well, at least Bennett won’t be around for Palin to endorse.

Little Al on May 9, 2010 at 7:38 am

Wow.

There’s a lot I will never agree with you on a number of things, but it is amazing to FINALLY find one Conservative person who isn’t worshipping the vapid stewardess that is Sarah Palin.

All others, particularly those who work for her employer Fox News, have hoisted her to sainthood.

She’s plain and simply a money-grubber fraud who started out a beauty queen and got extremely lucky.

PS – Is any of Hannity’s racist past ever going to finally stick to him? It amazes me you would appear on Fox considering the Anti-semtic track record many of their hosts have.

Walter J. Murdock on May 19, 2010 at 4:20 pm

I agree about Medved that it is terrible that he wants to attack those who talk about where Obama was born. The problem America faces though is we only have a 1.7 birth rate among nonhispanics so this is reducing labor sadly to only have 1.7 children from 2 parents.

Regarding Rabbi Lapin, I do have to say ONE good thing about him. That is he only has one son the rest of his children are daughters. He did right on his blog when his daughters got married it is hard but that his daughter should listen to his husband more then him and her husband may disagree with him but when a woman gets married that is the way it should be.

He does accept this fact and maybe he is just writing it. Some fathers only want their daughters to marry a man that are easy to control and they think will agree with them and this is especially true of Rabbi’s who to be fair do nothing to help other Jewish people get married which is why our birth rates are so low which includes Orthodoxy which uses skewed studies that exclude the many who grew up in Orthodoxy who are alliented and unmarried and have a birth rate of 0.

adam6275 on May 23, 2010 at 11:42 am

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