Is There Anything Sarah Palin Wasn’t Right About?

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Canada has death panels, and that’s a good thing.

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28 Responses to Is There Anything Sarah Palin Wasn’t Right About?

  1. mkfreeberg says:

    “It’s a lie honey, I swear it, I don’t have a blonde girlfriend. Not a shred of truth to it. There never would be, was, never COULD be, anybody but you. Besides, she’s a brunette.”

  2. Don says:

    Who’re you going to believe? Me, or your lying eyes.

    Consumer Reports has warned to avoid the Obamacare website for at least a month, so folks need practice.

    Obamacare Practice Website

  3. David says:

    The woman is a blithering idiot at best

    • mkfreeberg says:

      She WAS right all along here.

      You been right about anything lately?

      • David says:

        Why yes I diagnosed an extremely complex heart defect the other day correctly on a fetal echo. Only a handful of people in the country could have. How about you?

        Why do I hate here because I feel she swung the 2008 election. A lot of people I know would have voted for Mc Same but not with her as VP. Then again as senile as that old fool has gotten it may not have been any better. I don’t get caught up in D and R to much I look at what they do. Frankly I would say flush 98 percent of both houses and call it good.

        • stevethird says:

          Why don’t I believe you?

        • I don’t get caught up in D and R to much I look at what they do.

          Well, we know the second half of that is not true.

          She was right on this thing. There’s just no way to sugar-coat it. Up is up, down is down, same is same, different is different, right is right, wrong is wrong. She called this one, she got vilified over it, parboiled, her statement was called “lie of the year” and rated pants-on-fire on the lie-o-meter. And then Howard Dean said she was right, and then we get this. Then you call her an idiot. And say you don’t get caught up in parties you just look at what they do.

          Great rhetoric, but with that background it makes about as much sense as “Star Crash.”

        • Justa Joe says:

          I agree with you in part. If Mclame would have chosen Romney as his running mate I believe the country would have been spared Obama and his “stimulus” at least for 4 years, but you can hardly blame that on Palin. I guess she could have declined, but one wouldn’t expect that.

          I don’t believe Palin is what the libz say she is. I compare her favorably against Ms Rodham-Clinton, but I know EXACTLY how viscuous and low-down the libz are. Any minority or woman that crosses them will be ripped into in the most misogynistic and racist ways sanctioned and given carte-blanche by the ‘popular media culture’. In effect any Republican minority or female is banned from the highest of offices in the USA because few of their careers could sustain the relentless attacks by the media.

          People need to get wise on who we’re dealing with when we’re dealing with the Progs. For them ANYTHING goes when it comes to their pusuit of power.

    • Sunsettommy says:

      Ah another Palin hater show up on the net.What did she do to you little david?

      • Traitor In Chief says:

        I think they hate that, with simple, folksy observations, she can burst their pompous bubble.

        But Biden is just fine…

        “His mom lived in Long Island for ten years or so. God rest her soul. And- although, she’s- wait- your mom’s still- your mom’s still alive. Your dad passed. God bless her soul.” –Joe Biden, on the mother of Irish Prime Minister Brian Cowen, who is very much alive, Washington, D.C., March 17, 2010

      • David says:

        President Obama I would say she is one of the main reasons Mc Same lost.

        • McCain’s polls jumped 10 points when he picked her.

        • chick2011 says:

          I voted for McShame because he picked her. Feminists ought to love her. She’s got it all. Children, career, husband. Their problem is she’s not towing the NOW line.

        • Sunsettommy says:

          You believe anything he says this late in his lying filled presidency?

          Palin was popular,in fact so popular McCain must have been envious as she was drawing huge crowds and he was not.

  4. DN says:

    When you have a taxpayer-funded service, you have built-in limits on the quantity of service that can be provided because transactions are no longer market-based (i.e., the government has inserted itself between the consumer and the purveyor of a good or service). This automatically and inevitably leads to shortages, which in turn leads to rationing. When services must be rationed, decisions on provision must be made – and if the government controls the service, who other than the government (or a ‘government appointed panel’, which is a distinction without a difference) will make the decisions? Finally, because we are talking about health care, some of these decisions will inevitably be about end-of-life.

    ‘Death Panels’ is nothing more than a convenient two-word phrase that encapsulates the inexorable logic of the foregoing paragraph. And by the way, I’m a Canadian, living in Ontario, and I can tell you that there are only three kinds of Canadians: those who are appalled by our health care system; those who aren’t because they and their family members are healthy and they haven’t been steamrolled by it (yet); and those like Justin Trudeau whose personal wealth and influence insulates them from the consequences of their ideology.

    You in the U.S….you’re nearly over the edge. You have a few years to reverse this monstrosity or you will end your days as wards of the state, accepting whatever bowl of gruel an ‘objective’ bureaucrat sees fit to hand you. Obamacare will forever, and finally, transform the relationship between the citizen and the state, and you will no longer recognize your country. Act now, while you still have a chance.

  5. Okie says:

    They hated Reagan and now Palin with the same intensity. Both could call out lying marxists with a smile on their faces.

  6. Gamecock says:

    Is There Anything Sarah Palin Wasn’t Right About?

    She thought McCain would make a good president.

    I know, he’d have been somewhat better than Dumbo.

  7. Justa Joe says:

    If you even dream that rationing and death panels aren’t going to be a fixture of Obamacare if it’s not repealed you’re in for a BIG SHOCK when you get old. I’m speculating once people figure out what’s going on old people will be afraid to even go to the hospital even with a respiratory infection.

    • I don’t know that anybody is dreaming that.

      So far, pretty much every debunking of Palin’s claim I’ve ever heard seems to run along the lines of “I loaded the legislation into a text editor, hit control+F and searched for ‘death panel’ and it came back ‘not found.’ And I had the ignore-case box checked.”

      Otherwise, by insinuating she’s mistaken or wrong or lying, what they’re contending is that this is the first resource to be wholly administered and regulated by a government — EVER — and not rationed in some way, by bureaucrat-strangers. And I don’t think that’s what they’re trying to say, since they’d have to…ya know…include something about how that would work.

      • Justa Joe says:

        I’m pretty sure there are plenty of people that think socialized health care is going to be damn near utopian for the end user with their every health care related want fulfilled with a smile and free of charge.

  8. Beale says:

    McCain couldn’t have won no matter who his running mate. He was exactly the candidate the Democrats would have chosen to run against.

    • Don says:

      When he suspended his campaign to return to the Senate during the financial crisis and merely voted ‘yea’ for the bailouts he was sunk. Had he gave an impassioned speech against and then voted ‘nay’ he would have won. But that isn’t who McCain is.

  9. Don says:

    Most of what the left hates Palin for are statements that she actually never made but were made by that 2nd rate actress Tina Fey. Or made up at certain ‘humor’ websites. But being the dummies that they are on the left they cannot discern Tina Fey from Palin.

  10. physics geek says:

    So Palin has been proven to be correct about most things she has said. Somehow, this makes her stupid. I would opine that your reflexive Palin-is-an-idiot comment comes up more than a bit short in its battle against reality. But hey, believe anything you like. Right now, I’ve got this unicorn that farts cinnamon scented rainbows that cure cancer. It was delivered to me after signing up for O-care. Or will be once I’ve managed to sign up. Unless the death panels decide to ration the unicorns because Palin is a dunce or something.

    Yeah, I’m reaching here, but I’m finding it difficult to replicate the cognitive dissonance on display here. Being a physicist/engineer, I find it quite difficult to make myself believe several impossible things before breakfast.

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