Sarah Palin’s NRA Speech Was Probably the Biggest Pile of Garbage I’ve Ever Watched (Video)

palin-nraWell, that was a painful twelve minutes.  That’s one of the unfortunate downsides that comes along with this business is that I have to frequently sit through speeches, shows or interviews featuring conservatives that test my sanity.

And after watching Sarah Palin’s NRA speech, my sanity was pushed to the brink.  It was quite possibly one of the most ridiculous speeches I’ve ever had the displeasure of sitting through.  The only way it could have been even more ridiculous is if she strolled out in an American flag shirt, with two AR-15’s criss-crossed on her back, carrying a Bible singing God Bless America.  Toss in a clown car with the other 2016 Republican frontrunners piled in and you’d have yourself a legitimate circus.

It was literally a twelve minute speech where she made absolutely no points, just spouted off a bunch of right-wing trigger words and phrases she knew the sheep in the crowd would eat right up.

She started out by saying that the Founding Fathers knew “if our Second Amendment goes, the rest of the Constitution is not far behind.”  Actually if you read our Second Amendment, it seems our Founding Fathers knew the limitations of our military at the time and realized that “well regulated militias” were necessary to defend our outlying borders.  I love how these people completely ignore the whole “well regulated militia” part of the Second Amendment.

Then she goes off on another absurd blurb about “if you control arms, you control the people.”  As if we’re the only free nation on this planet, ignoring the fact there are quite a few nations that are free which don’t have millions of armed citizens.  Oh, and they also often have a fraction of the gun violence that we do.

After that she tries pushing a blatant lie that Eric Holder wants people who own guns to wear a bracelet proclaiming that they’re a gun owner.  A claim that would undoubtedly strike fear into the hearts of these paranoid individuals at this NRA convention – except she left out a key detail or two about what Eric Holder actually said.  What he was actually talking about was hypothetical safety bracelets that would be linked to the guns people own so that only the gun owner could fire that weapon.  He also suggested fingerprint scanners could be a possibility as well.  Not as a way to “brand” or “track” gun owners, as Palin tried to imply, but as a feature which might help ensure that guns are only fired by their lawful owners.

Palin also kept pressing on about tradition and values.  Whenever conservatives use these words I like to remind them that, in the United States, “tradition” means we’d have much higher taxes and stronger unions.  Oh, and “traditionally speaking,” our Pledge of Allegiance never contained the words “under God.”

Then came her quote from the speech about waterboarding, “If I were in charge they would know that waterboarding is how we baptize terrorists.”  Because, you know, boasting about your desire to commit war crimes is really something you should be bragging about, right?

But the dumbest line of the night, at least in my opinion, came when she threw out some stat about 30 times more Americans registered for a gun license than “Obamacare.”  What that has to do with anything I have no idea.  But of course the crowd ate it right up.  Whether or not this “stat” is even accurate I couldn’t care less about, because it has nothing to do with “Obamacare” enrollment.  It’s just a prime example of how the sheep in attendance for her speech would pretty much cheer anything, even if it makes absolutely no sense – which sums up her entire speech.

The speech itself didn’t really have much to do about guns as much as it was just another typical Sarah Palin speech where she rambles on about nothing, pandering to the most ignorant within our society, all for the sake of cheap applause.

Then again, that’s essentially what conservative ideology is.  Nothing more than a string of talking points put together to elicit a response from those who often don’t like to think for themselves.

Here’s the speech in its entirety if you can stomach watching it:

Allen Clifton

Allen Clifton is a native Texan who now lives in the Austin area. He has a degree in Political Science from Sam Houston State University. Allen is a co-founder of Forward Progressives and creator of the popular Right Off A Cliff column and Facebook page. Be sure to follow Allen on Twitter and Facebook, and subscribe to his channel on YouTube as well.

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  • TheDanger

    Remembering when she actually made me feel sorry for the people who sell Big Gulps – how awful to have your product linked with her name forever.

  • disqus_ezjvV3rz94

    Where was she at when I had to take a piss…

  • Lucy Olivera

    Tina Fey is hilarious. Oh, that was for real? Never mind.

  • auntielib

    30 times more Americans registered for a gun license than “Obamacare.”
    —–
    Whoops! Looks like the Democrats’ beloved Obamacare isn’t turning out to be nearly as popular as the Progressives claimed it would be.
    And Clifton even admits in his rant above that he remains clueless as to why that is so.

    • frivolous01

      Clearly reading comprehension isn’t one of your strengths. Palin made the statement, Clifton said that he doesn’t know if it is true and even if it is, why it is relevant. Unless you have some something indicating that a measure of success of the ACA is whether or not more people sign up for it than get a gun license, then what is the point of either hers or your statement?

      • auntielib

        So, how many people registered for Obamacare?

      • Where do you idiots come from? Get a freaking brain. Do some extensive “clicky clicky.” Try the NON partisan fact pages. FFS.

      • auntielib

        “Where do you idiots come from?”
        —–
        As per usual, Progressives lack the intellectual firepower to argue their point, so they resort instead to verbal bullying and puerile namecalling.

      • crabjack

        Repeatedly asking a question that has been answered is not arguing your point.

      • surfjac

        More Irrelevance

      • DoctorButler

        They’re doing a better job of arguing their point than you have. And every one of you posts has been an insult.

        Typical conservative projection.

      • robingee

        Dude. Everyone has answered you a million times.

        Clearly you just don’t understand, or act like you don’t to keep arguing. Fox News is lying to you, son. They don’t want to help you. They think you are stupid. Stop watching them.

      • disqus_PXzgTV7lWI

        Millions upon millions! Myself included! Winning!

      • auntielib

        So nobody has an accurate count, even at this late stage of the Obamacare game??

      • No answer that supports anything other than what you want to hear is going to trickle into your head. Everyone here, and most have said so, know that is the case. As you are surely thinking, “You are wasting your time.” You ARE wasting your time.

        BTW, my wife and I are benefiting from PPACA just fine. Saving at least $800 a month.

        Considering an accurate count, it changes by the minute. Instead of asking stupid questions and being so pedantic, go do some research. Although, as I stated above, you want to see failure so that is all you will see, regardless of what you find. No one here, at least those who have read your responses, are going to waste THEIR time to find information to post that we/they know you will still reject. Very simple reasoning.

      • Janis H. Albert

        Quick search reveals 8.14 million by 4/30/14.

      • Yeah, it took me about twenty seconds. Auntilib has no desire to accept facts.

      • surfjac

        Wasting your time

      • Brandy Milleman

        8 million Americans have health care under the Affordable Care Act so far, and while we’re at it, why don’t you try calling it by it’s ACTUAL name, not one that’s been spewed about by Fox News and other conservative news media sources.

      • Edward Krebbs

        Either way, it is a false equivalency as the ACA increased the number of people with insurance (a change) versus the number of gun owners a total number.

    • Dave McCormick

      Y’know, there are quite a few developed, openly democratic, moderately capitalistic countries that have found single-payer health-care systems work really well. What people in those countries can’t understand is why America is having such a hard time recognizing this. Believe me, it’s a real head-scratcher. And don’t get me started on your gun problem. As for Ms Palin, I’m surprised that ANYONE listens to anything she says. Some people seem to have no idea how stupid she sounds.

      • auntielib

        I don’t have a “gun problem”.
        And apparently you (like all the other self-styled Progressives here) don’t have any idea either how many people have actually registered for Obamacare. Yet you are quick to try to claim Sarah Palin’s comment was somehow incorrect.
        Which doesn’t make you Progressives look very intelligent.

      • wilwave

        You are defending an idiot. Do you realize that? She thinks Africa is a country. Please bang your head against the wall and wake up. Comparing ACA to gun ownership…. holy sheep dip. Really….inbred or not, you have to stop Faux News – it’s obviously making you dumber.

      • Dave McCormick

        You may not have a gun problem, but America certainly has, or at least a problem with too many crazy people with guns… and seemingly no good way to deal with that problem. Just look at the death date from guns. That isn’t a problem? School children? Really? There’s a problem. Anyway, I don’t know, or care, how many people signed up for ACA. I live in a country where we’ve had a universal system for decades and I like it just fine. Palin is a flake.

      • surfjac

        sarah palin is irrelevant

      • frivolous01

        Again with the reading comprehension! No, I do not know exactly how many people have registered for the ACA. I don’t work for them and, quite honestly, it isn’t relevant to this anyway. That is the whole point, it doesn’t matter if Palin is correct because the comparison itself is faulty.

      • Dave McCormick

        I forgot to mention that I really feel the ACA is a bandaid solution for something that needs major surgery and it was poorly implemented. Let’s not make it seem like I’m defending the ACA, Obama or anyone. Palin’s comments were dumb and irrelevant, like most of what she says. I’m not a “self-styled Progressive” by the way. I find some of the discussion here interesting but it’s quite centered on USA issues, not surprisingly. What I am, if you want to know, is probably a Green Party supporter – a party fairly well known in Canada and Europe. But I have lots of criticism of any political party.

    • robingee

      You’re listening to Fox News, who uses the terms “cooking the books” and “death spiral” – which mean nothing. It’s more catch phrases that they invented and say over and over so you guys will parrot it, and believe it.

      If the ACA books are “cooked” – then Fox News can do some real journalism and find out the truth. And report it. And have sources. Just saying it doesn’t make it true.

      Why would anyone choose to believe the baseless lies they spread on that channel? You don’t want to believe a black man is doing a good job? Is it that important to you, that you will risk your families health and well-being?

      Fox News doesn’t love you. They think you are an idiot. They don’t want to help you. All they do is lie. Please rethink your thinking.

      • auntielib

        “You’re listening to Fox News”
        —-
        No, I’m posting on the ForwardProgressives discussion forum.

      • Either way, you’re wasting your time.

      • surfjac

        I keep hearing this annoying buzzing too…must be some auntie with her knickers in a twist.

      • robingee

        No, you are doubting the numbers that have signed up for ACA, which is directly from Fox News. They are the ONLY people who have furrowed their brows and questioned “Hey, how do we know these numbers are correct?” Because it’s a factual report, backed up by statistics, that’s why. So you obviously heard that, and are parroting it.

    • surfjac

      Irrelevant

  • freethinker666

    Remember this despite her racism,she still had a BBC in her mouth, among other places.

    • Bonta-kun

      So that *wasn’t* Lisa Ann then?

  • Ronald Mack

    Another prime example of false and misleading statements from the Alaskan Constitutional Scholar. What a waste of 12 minutes. It’s sad that there are ignorant, misinformed citizens that hold this windbag in high regard. Of course when you will vote against your own best interests in order to maintain your ownership of a weapon, and to see to it that someone of a different race or sexual orientation is discriminated against, you will listen to anyone.

    • auntielib

      Speaking of ignorant and misinformed, how many people have registered for Obamacare?

      • disqus_PXzgTV7lWI

        Love my new health plan!

      • auntielib

        OK, so it looks like at least 1 person has registered for Obamacare!
        Maybe eventually there will be an accurate count available??

      • robingee

        There is an accurate count. Fox News starting saying they “cooked the books” with no basis for it, just like the term “death spiral” – which means nothing. You are letting them lie to you.

      • auntielib

        “There is an accurate count.”
        —–
        Fine, what is it, please?

      • robingee

        Over 7 million. I thought you watched the news, so you knew this. Not sure I understand. Also it is easy to look up.

      • auntielib

        Doesn’t your supposed “over 7 million” figure include people besides those who actually REGISTERED for Obamacare? So isn’t the number of people who actually registered for Obamacare smaller than “7 million”?

      • From the ACA signups site.

        Estimated Exchange QHPs as of April 30, 2014: 8.14M

        Estimated Total, all sources: (14.4 M – 23.6 M)

        Individual QHP Range: (7.57M – 13.14M) •

        Medicaid/CHIP (5.16M – 7.22M)

        ESIs (111K confirmed; up to 8.2M more possible) •

        Sub26ers (1.60M – 3.10M)

        Do your own research.

      • LEK56

        OUCH! Nice work, but sorry your research will be wasted on those that won’t read it, do it themselves, or believe it if they saw it. See, that’s part of the terrain we have to traverse, and frankly, some will indeed be left behind. It’s almost like they live in a different dimension, where reality is just beyond their reach. They continue to clutch at a dying group-think no matter what. Sad really, that so many are out there that think Palin is some kind of super-intelligent individual.

      • Undoubtedly. I notice that Auntielib disappeared after I posted the above info. The moderator took the link to the info down, but I can post it this way. www dot acasignups dot com

      • Sue Roediger

        it’s the Kool-Aid… they have drunk the kool-aid

      • robingee

        His reply: “LIES LIES LIES cooking the books death spiral I know because Hannity told meeee!”

      • I assume you are referring to Auntielib. I have no problem at all with facts, or realizing when something is actually working for the citizens of the United States. My eyes and ears are unable to sense Faux Noise.

      • surfjac

        Why bother? Irrelevant

      • Linda J Peek

        Nope…actually much more.

      • Sue Roediger

        Actually there is no such thing as “Obamacare” — The Affordable Care Act stipulates that insurance companies must make certain accommodations to facilitate people being able to get insurance from companies – privately owned companies. It is not gov’t insurance. It is gov’t mandated access to insurance. sheesh ! where DO you get your news?

      • Yes, correct. The full moniker for ACA is actually “The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.”

      • auntielib

        “Also it is easy to look up.”
        ——
        Then why don’t you look it up and tell us what the exact number is?? Don’t you Progressives need to do that before you run off at the mouth and claim Sarah Palin somehow said something that wasn’t correct??
        Or are you Progressives just a bunch of knee jerkers who run off at the mouth at the mere mention of the name “Sarah Palin”? That doesn’t make you Progressives sound very intelligent, you see.

        Clifton calls her a lot of names in his rant, but apparently doesn’t have much of substance or accuracy to share. Clifton seems to behave more like a bully, calling other people names, rather than presenting any sort of thoughtful or substantial comments of his own.

        Verbal bullying appears to be his style, more than anything else.

      • surfjac

        Also Irrelevant

      • Pipercat

        He’s a master of that…

      • wilwave

        Dude your pre-existing mental condition is now covered.

      • Linda J Peek

        Hey were are your facts? You go first. Or, since you brought it up…where are her facts? You go first.

      • robingee

        Why do I have to look it up? I saw it on the news. You are asking. YOU look it up. Is this why you are misinformed, you don’t read for yourself?

      • Bill Turner

        Besides my post below, what I can say for certain is that in my household I received a small premium refund due to the 85/15 rule and also conditions that were previously uncovered, due to changing jobs, are now covered.

      • Davey Jones

        And let’s not forget Clinton is a serial rapist, coercing young women onto their knees to swallow his liberal pride. Kennedy’s were the same. Immorality is the mantra of progressives and if your a self proclaimed liberal, polygamy is ok too. Somehow, immorality and destroying the family unit is progress.

      • auntielib

        On the other hand, some of the Kennedy boys kindly offered to give women free swimming lessons on Chappaquiddick.

      • 80sretrodude

        Serial rapist? Seriously? I don’t know of a single fucking liberal who is into “polygamy”. How are we destroying the family unit? Heterosexuals have done that, dude. Not those pesky gays or liberals. God, you guys are truly something else.

      • 80sretrodude

        Clifton does not call Sarah ONE single name- only her words.

      • Linda J Peek

        If you don’t like the facts….then they are wrong? Where are your facts? Please back up what you are saying…We have our facts, and we don’t need to prove anything to you…you go first.

      • surfjac

        Irrelevant

      • Sue Roediger

        8 million or more have signed up for insurance………….don’t you google? Actually there is no such thing as “Obamacare” — The Affordable Care Act stipulates that insurance companies must make certain accommodations to facilitate people being able to get insurance from companies – privately owned companies. It is not gov’t insurance. It is gov’t mandated access to insurance. sheesh ! where DO you get your news?

      • robingee

        over 7 million, many of them former Fox News-watching conservatives from my own family who admit the ACA has helped them tremendously with their medical bills.

        And you have a picture of the Duck Dynasty guy why? To show your “support” for a racist phony (not real rednecks, you know. Rich yuppies playing at being rednecks for a TV show) because hey his “opinions” should be respected. Except yeah no. They shouldn’t be.

      • auntielib

        Wait, doesn’t your supposed “7 million” figure include people besides those who actually REGISTERED for Obamacare? So isn’t the number of people who actually registered for Obamacare smaller than “7 million”?
        —–
        My choice of avatar is irrelevant, just as yours is. Please try to learn to debate like a grownup, instead of like a little Progressive child.

      • wilwave

        Actually if you add the millions of 22 year olds that are now covered on their parents insurance it’s WAY more than 7 million. Common sense is a good thing and backwards is not admirable regardless of how many guns your have hidden up your ass.

      • Linda J Peek

        lol…You are right, but I like the way you say it!

      • Eg Kbbs

        Also make that 7 million PLUS the millions now covered by Medicaid expansion PLUS (as wilwave notes) the number of 22 year olds. Not to mention that many states decided NOT to let their folks get insurance by intentionally REFUSING to cooperate in expansion.

      • robingee

        Ouch!

      • surfjac

        Irelevant

      • robingee

        It’s not “my” figure of 7 million, it’s a fact.

        Um yeah no. Your choice of avatar is not irrelevant. It’s what you choose to represent yourself. And what is a “progressive child?” I know progressive children and they are great. What is the problem with progress? Does it frighten you? Fortunately it doesn’t frighten the children, they will continue to move forward long after you are dead.

      • Ronald Mack

        Oh I forgot Conservatives are so intelligent and cultured.

      • 80sretrodude

        It’s not irrelevant. You set out to purposely put an image on your profile for the world to see. Apparently you agree with Duck Douche and Sarah Palin-backwoods, redneck, God n’ Guns…. and we are supposed to take this shit seriously? NO.

      • Linda Parra

        All of my family without employer insurance has signed up for ACA!

      • richard

        Hey Ronny, this site is “Forward Progressives”. Maybe you can find a “Backward Regressives” site? You happen to be a great illustration of the notion of negative attention is better than no attention at all. You walk into a house where you obviously are out of place and you pick fights. Given the number of your posts here you seem to crave attention. To their credit, most people here simply ignore you. But I’m one of those people who are interested in what makes people tick…and aberrant behavior for the sake of attention gathering is interesting. Obviously, you’re not changing anyone’s mind here, and given your abrasive communication skills, you’re probably causing a lot progressives here to double down.
        So….not enough attention as a child? Maybe you lack friends? Why the constant haranguing of folks here?

        I noticed that you’re not actually defending Sarah Palin, you’re just obsessively beating your anti-Obamacare drum. Sadly for you, that story has played out, and it’s going to be a permanent part of the American healthcare landscape, like Medicare, and Ronny, I’m paying attention to you….does that make you feel loved?

      • auntielib

        Actually, I think Sarah’s claim is correct – far more people have “signed up” to be gun owners than have signed up for Obamacare.
        Nothing “obsessive” about that whatsoever, Richard.

      • robingee

        Where does one “sign up” to be a gun owner?

      • Pipercat

        At the NRA, construction paper and crayons provided!

      • Edward Krebbs

        False Equivalency as many people already had insurance through their jobs, etc. You’d need to compare the number of people with a gun permit to the total number of people with insurance.

      • Pipercat

        He needs a fallacy that’s just for him: True irrelevancy…

      • Andrew Scott

        If that’s true then there are more than 240 million guns in America.

      • auntielib

        Andrew (as is Sarah Palin) is correct. Good point, Andrew. Indeed, as a quick search of the internet reveals, “As per the estimation, now in America there are between 238 million and 276 million privately owned firearms.”

        But of course dumb Progressives are unable to deal in reality, and instead reflexively spew and rant at the mere mention of the name “Sarah Palin”, which is why she is intelligent and they are not.

      • Ronald Mack

        auntielib, your avatar speaks for itself.

      • talktothe hand

        I have and I am very happy.

      • crackerMF

        7 million. times ms. palin’s claimed 30 = 210 million. 316 million = us population in 2013. 30% under 18 years of age. 30% 0f 316 million = 95 million. 2,266,800 incarcerated adults & another 4,814,200 on parole. adults old enough to legally register a gun = 214 million. so, according to ms. palin, almost every adult in america has registered a gun in the last year. it’s that kind of right wing math that got us into the financial pickle we are in as a nation.

  • auntielib

    First Clifton claims it is “a blatant lie that Eric Holder wants people who own guns to wear a bracelet proclaiming that they’re a gun owner.”

    Then just a sentence or two later Clifton is forced to admit that Sarah was correct: “What he was actually talking about was hypothetical safety bracelets that would be linked to the guns people own so that only the gun owner could fire that weapon.”

    • robingee

      the bracelet would not “proclaim they are a gun owner” – like it’s a big diamond-encrusted thing that says, I OWN A GUN. That’s not the purpose.

      • auntielib

        If the gun will only operate with Holder’s bracelet in place, isn’t that a clear sign that the person wearing Holder’s bracelet owns a gun??

      • wilwave

        Dude just admit that you want crazy irresponsible people to own guns and grow a pair.

      • DoctorButler

        That’s like complaining the car owners are required to have keys.

      • robingee

        But gun owners are proud of it, so much so that they wave them around at little league games. SO what’s the prob?

  • MarieZee

    I wouldn’t say she does it for cheap applause…more for $$$.

  • LEK56

    I wouldn’t watch that for one million dollars. But thanks for taking one for the team.

  • Karen

    no, Allen: I DO NOT have the stomach to watch that.

  • surfjac

    The second amendment deals with the security of the state, not the federal republic, democracy, nation or whatever else one might call it.

  • Eg Kbbs

    Sorry, I couldn’t stomach watching more than a minute of it. Even at that, I couldn’t help but notice how she kept relying on a mysterious “THEY” that are out to destroy us. Fearmongering 101. Split the people. Not to mention a mindset that totally prevents any sort of legislative compromise.

    Oh, I get your point that Holder’s bracelet is to prevent someone else from firing the gun. But instead, couldn’t we just make the gun folks wear goofy glasses with a plastic nose and mustache ?

  • HG

    Maybe Rachel should look at most of her own former shows.

  • AnneJim Finch Parry-Hill

    I’ve never heard that many “they” and “them” from anyone not suffering from (or pandering to others suffering from) paranoid delusions. There is no logical content here, just emotionally charged innuendo. Terrifying

  • GWB Mission Accomplished

    Sarah got to drive the clown car to crazy town today….

    • auntielib

      “The Post-ABC poll found that 44 percent say they support the law [Obamacare] while 48 percent say they oppose it, which is about where it was at the end of last year and in January. Half of all Americans also say they think implementation is worse than expected.

      Last month, a Post-ABC poll found 49 percent of Americans saying they supported the new law compared with 48 percent who opposed it. That finding was more positive for the administration than most other polls at the time. Democrats saw it as a possible leading indicator of a shift in public opinion, but that has not materialized.”

      Whoops, yet another Progressive dream trashed by polling reality…

  • Bill Turner

    “Then again, that’s essentially what conservative ideology is. Nothing more than a string of talking points put together to elicit a response from those who often don’t like to think for themselves.” Ha ha. Reminds me of one of my favorite bumper stickers: “VOTE REPUBLICAN. It’s easier than thinking.”

    • auntielib

      “Democrats face serious obstacles as they look to the November elections, with President Obama’s approval rating at a new low and a majority of voters saying they prefer a Congress in Republican hands to check the president’s agenda, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.”

      Enjoy, Bill!

  • Mike

    I love how these people completely ignore the whole “well regulated militia” part of the Second Amendment.

    A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.

    I love how you people like to skip “the right of the people” part.

    • auntielib

      More lovely yet is the fact that the Supreme Court has already agreed with us and disagreed with you on that very issue, Mike.
      Enjoy!

  • Randy Vet DeHart

    Forward Progressive. You guys are funny. Dumbocare? 7 million people with a majority with a gun in their back. Owning a weapon? Damn right my right!

    • auntielib

      The Progs can’t even come up with an accurate count of how many people have supposedly “signed up” for Obamacare. And more people continue to oppose Obamacare than support it.

      Look for the Progressives/Democrats to suffer a MAJOR hit in November. They can continue to act like little children and mock Sarah Palin all they want; it isn’t doing them any good. She’s right and they’re wrong, and the latest polling data by WaPo and ABC News proves it.

  • auntielib

    I bet the drooling Progressives in this forum are pleased as punch with the new Washington Post-ABC News poll findings out today!

    “Democrats face serious obstacles as they look to the November elections, with President Obama’s approval rating at a new low and a majority of voters saying they prefer a Congress in Republican hands to check the president’s agenda, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.

    Obama’s approval rating fell to 41 percent, down from 46 percent through the first three months of the year and the lowest of his presidency in Post-ABC News polls. Just 42 percent approve of his handling of the economy, 37 percent approve of how he is handling the implementation of the Affordable Care Act and 34 percent approve of his handling of the situation involving Ukraine and Russia.”

  • Davey Jones

    Actually the biggest pile of garbage I’ve ever watched was Obummer criticizing Bush on how the President has become too powerful through the executive branch and how he would curb that blatant misuse of power. Come to think of it, every time Obummer opens his mouth you get garbage. Palin is hilarious and harmless. Obummer is omnipotent and oppressive.