September 15, 2010, - 4:17 pm

No Tea Party: Palin’s Pro-Illegal Alien Candidate Wins New Hampshire

By Debbie Schlussel

While everyone else is talking about Christine O’Donnell’s win in yesterday’s Delaware Republican U.S. Senate primary, I’m lamenting the unfortunate fact that the Tea Party candidate for New Hampshire’s Republican U.S. Senate seat, Ovide LaMontagne, did not beat Sarah Palin’s pro-illegal alien GOP establishment candidate, Kelly Ayotte.



And Sarah Palin’s support for Ayotte should be telling.  But sadly, her moronic blind followers will never wake up, as I’ve repeatedly noted . . . and as she’s repeatedly proven.  I supported LaMontagne.  He was the only true conservative in the race, and he actually runs a business, unlike career politician Ayotte, whose only business is career politics and enslaving her no-man-card-here Mr. Mom hubby, Joe Daley (who has raised their kids from birth, but whose surname the feminist Ayotte refuses to take).  Oh, and dissing police who actually enforce immigration law.

So, why did Palin endorse Ayotte over LaMontagne?  Easy:  she’s sexist, she’s an idiot, and she’s a fraud.  (I’m speaking of both Palin AND Ayotte).  The next time you hear Sarah Palin say on FOX News that Barack Obama doesn’t have the “cojones” to fight illegal aliens, you can add Palin and her new girl power pal, Ayotte, to that statement.

As I’ve repeatedly noted, as New Hampshire Attorney General, Ayotte refused to prosecute trespassing charges against illegal aliens caught by police. Ayotte ordered New Hampshire police chiefs not to use the trespassing laws to take undocumented workers off the street. The charges were used by local police chiefs frustrated by zero federal enforcement of immigration laws by Bush Homeland Security chief, Michael Chertoff.  Local prosecutors lost in court in trying to enforce the law.  Ayotte could have appealed the matter, but she refused.  Too busy selfishly pursuing her political career.  As I wrote then,

Remember Ayotte’s wimpishness in any of her future runs for office.

But Sarah Palin and her followers have no memory.  They’re too ignorant.  They blindly go for the chick who’s not really a mama (her male wife is) and not at all grizzly. They can’t possibly remember Ayotte’s wimpishness because they don’t do the least bit of research or homework. Hey, at least Palin’s consistent. This is basically what she did in attending six colleges in six years and barely graduating with a dummy’s degree in Journalism.

Remember: Sarah Palin doesn’t stand for anything except feminism, female chauvinist sexism, and–as starkly demonstrated in the case of Ayotte–rewarding those who reward illegal aliens because they have the right plumbing.  Not to mention, the elevation of ignorance and faux-conservatism that has very little to do with the real thing.  But, as is always the case, Palin’s blind faither, cult-follower nutjob fans won’t let this–or any other facts–get in the way of their idiotic fanaticism.

If you support Arizona’s immigration law over the Obama Administration, where were you when Kelly Ayotte sided with the Bushies on immigration, Obama-style? And where was Sarah Palin?

On the illegal alien enabler’s side . . . and helping her get into the U.S. Senate. Sickening? You betcha.

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29 Responses

I would definitely call Palin and Ayotte mama grizzlies, but only when I compare their brain pans. You could probably fit both Palin’s and Ayotte’s brains and intellect into one grizzly’s skull with room to spare.

Jarhead on September 15, 2010 at 4:59 pm

It tells us Republicans are as brain-dead and devoid of values as their opponents.

NormanF on September 15, 2010 at 5:04 pm

Palin is going to support any female GOP candidate. If she was about policy then she would have supported Chuck DeVore over Carly Fiorina in California. She is doing this to get all her endorsements ready for her run for President. She will have them owing her a huge debt of gratitude. Just look how those endorsements help Obama.

CaliforniaScreaming on September 15, 2010 at 5:24 pm

Of 350 friends on Facebook 62 (almost 20% like Sarah Palin). Only 16 like Obama which is a good thing. But feminist socialism seems to be ok while this African American socialism isn’t. Socialism is socialism and is not good for a society.

Anyway, there was one case where Palin supported the man over the woman and that is Joe Miller over the other Repub over there.

However, Miller is clearly a RINO. He is lawyer who got his degree in Political Science and as a lawyer he worked for the city of Fairbanks to extract taxes from a trans oil company. That is a conservative. Only his wife has a hyphenated name and is involved in help pick judges in Alaska. She sounds like another woman that is more interested in politics then her 8 kids. And wants taxpayers to pay for watching her kids. Just check his wikipedia artice which this seems to be all true.

The only thing Miller did that I could respect he was in the military for the Iraq war. But it seems like he uses this to rise politically more then anything else. His degree was in Political Science after all.

His opponent Scott McAdams seems a better candidate then Miller. He actually is a fisherman and has some accomplishments that suggest he cares more about conservative values then Miller does. He is a Democrat but seems to be a fairly moderate one. He played a critical role in the organization’s passage of policy supporting Alaska Native language instruction. I think that is a good thing to preserve Alaska’s culture. That from his biography.

It seems Palin wants her party in power in Alaska and I guess they needed a better candidate then the one they had in office although Joe Miller seems to scream out “RINO” and “fraud” and once in power to support big government policies.

adam on September 15, 2010 at 5:39 pm

So like she did with McCain, Palin endorsed the moderate instead of the conservative. I can understand it a bit with McCain but not in NH.

Llano on September 15, 2010 at 5:50 pm

She is NOT a conservative. That should be obvious to any one who knows something about her background, intellect and skills. Not to mention the fact she quit her job as Governor of Alaska less than half way through her first term. When the heat is turned up, Palin runs.

Yup, that’s the future of the GOP – and it ain’t a pretty sight to witness.

NormanF on September 15, 2010 at 6:33 pm

But it was a very close vote, so lots of people in N.H. were thinking for themselves, not quite enough, but a lot.

I don’t think it’s only supporting women. She seems to be angling for an establishment Republican role, supporting the mavericks when it is ‘safe’ to do so, but not supporting mavericks in the big races, e.g. McCain. But there is the potential for the ground to be yanked out from under her.

And a Democrat isn’t better than a Republican in Alaska. We all should know that the Dems sound ‘moderate’ during election campaigns. How can we still fall for that?

Little Al on September 15, 2010 at 7:23 pm

And I think the jury is out on the future of the GOP. There are some discouraging signs, but there are also some encouraging signs. I think we’ll able to judge better in the next few months.

Little Al on September 15, 2010 at 8:07 pm

And from reading Adam’s comments on the prior blog, about Breyer, it appears evident that he is a Democrat. His comments about Miller should be seen in that context.

Little Al on September 15, 2010 at 8:16 pm

You’ve nailed Ayotte purrrfectly Debbie.As another here already stated it was VERRRY close (38 to 37%).Approx 1,000 votes.
LaMontagne had the choice to request a recount & chose not to.

Probably correctly because of the margin.So many Massholes have
move from the Ultra-Blue “Bay State” to N.H. it’s no longer red,but a bright purple.

Otherwise,she woulda got her ass kicked.

Sarah’s voice is like chalk on a blackboard for me.Can you imagine being married & have to listen 24/7 ?

billybob on September 15, 2010 at 8:34 pm

That is a different Adam as I didn’t make the other comment as I haven’t posted here in a long time. Maybe I should label myself adam713 or something so you know which Adam this is.

adam713 on September 15, 2010 at 9:02 pm

I also am listening to Michael Smerconish on the Delaware situation. I just can’t listen to the other hosts including Savage. Their hate in their voice is just too much and it’s like these women are damsel’s in distress they we can’t get ask questions as these women are too weak that we should be able to ask what they stand for. And Savage says this garbage about Golda Meir and that she was the only tough PM which is utter nonsense. The Yom Kippur War happened under her watch in which 2,600 men in the military died and Egypt still celebrates this event in which Israel was shown to not be invincible. There was evidence of a war coming that she chose to ignore because she was afraid of America being upset.

Anyway, about O’Donnell. She has some real problems and has no background and has had serious financial problems and hasn’t held a job.

And Carl Rove I think is right in saying that we are electing people that say what conservative want to hear but have no record of being a conservative what so ever and in many cases have records of the opposite.

They are elected Feminists the tea party. That is all it is.They seem worse then the establishment Repubs. Or feminist men like Joe Miller in which his wife won’t even take his name and use this hyphenated name. And is a lawyer who worked to get more taxes out of an oil company. Hardly conservative.

Also a lot of these women connected to churches as O’Donnell is and I don’t mean to be disrespectful but seem to have a real negative view of men and want to blame men for all sexual sins and I am sorry it takes two to tango.

She was on a video that says a man who lusts after a woman is committing adultry. I don’t think lusting is a good thing and I do think intimacy should be for marriage and should be for having children and not just for one’s pleasure as it makes cheap this act and can’t really bring respect between a man and a woman. I also don’t think the pill is good for woman’s health.

Having said that though I don’t think lust should be considered adultry. That is punishing a thought. Yet she was video that said this.

She has no track record on any other issue and doesn’t show any rational thought.

adam713 on September 15, 2010 at 9:17 pm

    [Having said that though I don’t think lust should be considered adultry. That is punishing a thought. Yet she was video that said this.
    adam713 on September 15, 2010 at 9:17 pm]

    O’Donnell is just saying what Jesus said.

    Norman Blitzer on September 16, 2010 at 12:20 am

Thank you for highlighting this. In a conservative movement overwhelmed by Palinistas, too many have forgotten that we are supposed to stand for traditional family values and gender roles. Instead, the party has adopted Palin style sexism, leaving those who believe in a strong hard working father, a devoted wife and mother, and children raised in a traditional family, essentially without a party.

I am glad to know that I am not the only one turned off by the increasing numbers of so-called wives these days who do not even have the basic respect for their husbands as to take their surnames. I had long seen this as a liberal hobby but this cycle sees entirely too many, such as Kelly Ayotte (Daley), Meg Whitman (Harsh), and Susana Martinez (Franco)who claim to be conservative while adopting this leftist feminist tendency. Some may see it as a minor thing, but to me it is really telling of the level of respect these individuals have for their husbands and men in general.

I cannot wait for the day in which Palin is exposed as the unelectable fraud that she is, so that conservatives can return to conservative values, which must necessarily be rooted in a strong traditional family, with a husband and wife that show each other mutual respect.

Brian R. on September 15, 2010 at 9:38 pm

Palin-bots are even more pig headed than the obama-bots. They keep saying for her to run in 2012 but that’s a lost cause. She is a quitter and has already been infected by the beltway virus. That wasn’t loyalty supporting mccain, that was payback for a favor. After all with out mccain she would still be an unknown governor and not have a multi-million dollar book deal.

Besides anyone on the fox news payroll should not be in office anywhere.

ender on September 15, 2010 at 9:38 pm

This from the WOR 710am website on O’Donnell.

O’Donnel used contributions to pay rent and it took her 20 years to get a bachelor’s degree. But she is conservative you understand.–primary-victory/8152967

adam713 on September 15, 2010 at 9:47 pm

Well, gee, can’t vote for anyone who has financial problems now.

Let’s be honest. The Republicans are ganging up on O’Donnell more than they have ever challenged the Democrats. She represents a real challenge to their ‘me too’ mentality. And as Rush said, most of us have had financial issues at one time or another. Frankly, unless proven beyond a shadow of a doubt, I ignore the mainstream media allegations.

The establishment Republicans are scared of O’Donnell. If she prevails, as she did yesterday, it tells the (I used to say RINOs, but they are certainly Republicans in more than name only, so the old expression ‘me-too; Republicans is ore accurate) Republican hacks that they can be held accountable for their support of everything that we oppose, free spending, illegal immigration, pandering to Muslims, etc.

I guess it is a sign of desperation that we have hacks entering comments on this site attacking any Republican who shows signs of independence, whether it is Miller, O’Donnell, I guess Angle will be next to be attacked. The smear tactics used by these hacks are as bad as anything that the Democrats like Obama and Reid do.

It is kind of hard to figure out what Adam 713 is saying; he’s not very articulate in the English language, maybe because of being originally trained in Arabic, but Karl Rove is an A1 hack. Supported all of Bush’s blunders, and just like the worst Democratic hacks, is dredging up alleged quotes, and he-said-she-said smears to try to discredit average people that are trying to fight against the bureaucratic rot in Congress.

Little Al on September 15, 2010 at 10:56 pm

Al My grammar may not be perfect but that has little to do with the content. What you are saying about O’Donnell is exactly what was said about Palin. Everyone was afraid of her the liberals were all afraid of her. WOR radio 710am a talk station also must be afraid of O’Donnell and this is why it is one of the lead articles. They are afraid of O’Donnell being not just a conservative but a super conservative. Yeah, sure.

This focus on grammar sounds like the feminist way of arguing. A lot of time they are better at men at grammar so if they don’t have the points in a debate they mention that your grammar isn’t perfect as if therefore the points have no validity and they don’t want to bother even reading your comments. Al. So please. Don’t read this either because I admit my grammar isn’t perfect and therefore nothing else has validity.

adam713 on September 16, 2010 at 12:21 am

    Adam, Al was attacking your articulation (writing style) NOT your grammar.

    Skunky on September 16, 2010 at 9:53 am

“But I tell you that anyone who looks at a woman lustfully has already committed adultery with her in his heart.” – Matthew 5:28 (NIV)

I’ll admit I don’t know the context in which Christine O’Donnell said similar words, but my guess is that she was either quoting or referring to this passage from the Bible, not trying to impose some feminist version of thought control on men.

Ian on September 16, 2010 at 2:16 am

When Palin first endorsed McCain [a progressive RINO] over Hayworth [a conservative] I waited for someone — ANYONE — to ask her how she could possibly justify that blatant betrayal of the conservative values she claims to embody and defend. I waited for FOX News to ask her. And waited. And waited. Just for the record: I’m STILL waiting.

Now she endorsed Ayotte, over LaMontagne.

Note: as to the mass influx [no pun intended] of Massholes from the Bay State moving to New Hampshire, the latter should enact a provision, whereby anyone moving to NH from Mass. should be made to surrender his/her right to vote, as a condition of their new NH residency [on the grounds that they’ve forfeited their rights to cast ballots based on their prior demonstrations of extreme stupidity]. That’d nip the problem in the bud right there. Next!!

Liberty Has LONG Been Dead: Wake the F*** Up, Already! on September 16, 2010 at 9:45 am

    Liberty. Too right on what mASSachusetts is doing to NH.

    I think no one asked Palin or if they did, the conventional wisdom is that she is being politically savvy (not Marverick-like) and picking the establishment THINKS can win. I was for LaMontagne, too. Disappointing. I recognized that “Mr. Mom” pic of Ayotte and did not realize that DS has posted a thread on her months back. I liked how Wendy Long exposed her too.

    Fuggetaboutit. Palin-bots are the photo/negative version of Obamabot Zombies (Brain Dead). I never expected Conservatives to be as brainless as Liberals. You can not fight with them (the Palin-bots)…there is no bad Palin can do…even that dopey daughter of hers! Sheesh.

    Skunky on September 16, 2010 at 10:17 am

Would someone please tell me what Sarah Palin has done to be able to endorse people as candidates? Maybe I could endorse a few , I havent’ done anything either. I know one thing, I belonged to the Tea Party Nation for a few weeks and one day I received an email from Sarah Palin telling me where her next rally was going to be, it was now named the Tea party Express, she just took it over, I left. The Tea Party “franchise” is owned by Koch Industries, and its not as grass roots as people think. The people that join it think they are going to be able to make a difference, they arent’, they are just bodies standing there with signs but its Sarah Palin and Glen Beck and other Fox news people and guests who make most of the speeches. Sarah left her Governmorship and immediately became the darling of Fox news, she ran for VP with CFR member John Mc Cain, she also endorsed the Seas Treaty at that time, something no normal sane person would do, it gives the UN the power over the oceans and rivers and streams and baby pools in your back yard. This idiot signed it. She was given a spot on Fox news which is owned by Rupert Muroch and an Arabian Muslim Prince, all of the guests, from Charles Krauthammer to Newt Ginrch to John Bolton is a CFR member, now Sarah , after being rewartded for doing nothing is now a shill for the CFR as far as I’m concerned. I don’t think she is qualified for anything, I think she is picking all of these losers such as that talk show hostess Joy star or star something, I dont’ even know her name but she doesnt’ seem to have any qualifications either, perhaps this is what she is supposed ot do, thats one less Republican that is going to win. Rand Paul, whom I don’t care for, although he is a conservative but devoid of all personality and a voice that would drive me nuts but there he is and who knews if he is winnable, he is iffy. Chris O’Donnel is a liar, that means she is not off to a good start and I really don’t think peeople will vote for her in Nov. this is all a smoke screen that Palin is putting out for whatever reason. She is now hooked up with all of these CFR members and Fox news, why are people paying any attention to her, she is becoming annother Dick Morris or Newt Gingrich, a lame duck who is still given a voice. I don’t want to be had, I’m tired of it, the Tea party people are proving themslves to be a bunch of lemmings, when I tried to warn them about Sarah Palin they called me a RHINO and an infiltrator, funny, I’m starting to feel the same way about them.

MadHatter on September 16, 2010 at 10:38 am

I have to apologize to the Tea Party People really, I didn’t mean it to sound as if they are not good people, they are and they are trusting , they trust Sarah Palin and so they trust what she says, I’m just saying they shouldn’t blindly trust anyone,they should look up each and every candidate and read their voting record if they have one, google the name and read everything there is to read about that person and then make their own Judgement, if its the same as Palins , fine if not then they should vote their own conscience, no one elses. A lot of the Tea Party members will vote for whom they think is best but a lot won’t and this is not just the Tea Party people she is swaying , there are people out there who think she is the last word, she is not , she is not Karl Rove, she doesn’t do this for a living and she is not qualified and she is certainly not giving people any information about these people, just that she is endorsing them, its like Oprah choosing a book and everyone runs out and buys it. That didn’t go well a few times. I wish the Tea Party well, they have tried their best to make a difference and for that I applaud them.

MadHatter on September 16, 2010 at 10:55 am

The Tea Party?

Do they oppose “taxation without representation”? If they do, they could have fooled me because the biggest example of taxation without representation is the looting of America by Saudi-Arabia and OPEC. I haven’t heard the Tea Party address that and I don’t expect to.

I’d also add that most, if not all 3rd party political movement in my lifetime (the past 50 years) were eventually commandeered by extremists with rather anti-Semitic views. The last such notable case was Ross Perot’s 3rd party which was ultimately commandeered by Pat Buchanan. The historical pattern is fairly consistent.

Sorry folks! I don’t see much in this so-called “Tea Party” and I think Debbie has already given plenty of examples to show where it’s heading.

There is NO Santa Claus on September 16, 2010 at 1:34 pm

Question why did Sarah Palin support this Old-Guard-Republican who supports illegal-immigration? Answer it’s because either Palin is moronic or just plain old naive about Kelly Ayotte (to be honest with all of you, I never heard of this Ayotte person before) voting records! I bet you that the rest of the conservative sites won’t touch on this story about Palin supporting a Old-Guard-Republican who supports the left wing agenda. And why didn’t Palin support Mr. LaMontagne, atlest the man ran a business unlike the rest of the politicans in office today, whether it’s federally, local, or state! And your right Debbie, the next time that Palin goe’s on Fox News and bash Obama (don’t get me wrong, I’m definitly NOT for Obama by any chance) about being soft on illegal-immigration, we can all call the woman a “hypocrite” for supporting Ms. Ayotte who stands for the 20-30 million illegal-aliens in this country today!

“A nation is identified by its borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on September 16, 2010 at 1:54 pm

I believe Sarah Pslin has sabotaged the whole Tea Party movement. I saw the people she was endorsing, like the Seas Treaty she endorsed , it was a bad choice. Any one who can’t see what she did is really blind, you can’t tell them anything in the Tea Party or your a lib in sheeps clothing. Rand Paul is a weirdo, howanyone chose him is beyond me. He is now in trouble for “stomping on one of his hecklers head” just what we need, really a loose canon. In an important election like this we are allowing a Fox news, Rupert murdoch , Arabian muslim Prince, employee to endorse our candidates. She pushed her way into the tea party and is now considered the leader of the Tea Party, she uses it for pushing her own campaigns. She is a CFR wannabe, thats all, nothing more . Nothing is going to make me believe that the people she chose were chosen because they were winnable,they are offbeat , not very bright , and in the case of Ayote , not real conservatives. I am tired of hearing how much charisma she has, her voice goes through me like nails on a balck board and to me , she has no business being up there. Whats with the women all of a sudden wasn’t Boxer and Palosi and Napolotano enough? Bill Clinton has announced that “We” are going for it, Hillary is running for President in 2012, when he said “we” I thought he meant they are both running, nothing would surprise me and he just won’t go away. If she wins then back comes the health care and anything else the Republicans have repealed.

MadHatter on October 26, 2010 at 8:13 pm

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