The Great Turkey Slaughter Nothing-Burger

Has it been five years already?


Never Forget: Sarah Palin’s Turkey Slaughter Interview

Five years ago, then-Gov. Sarah Palin pardoned a turkey in anticipation of Thanksgiving at a farm in her hometown of Wasilla, Alaska. She then chatted with reporters as a cascade of turkeys was slaughtered just over her shoulder. Our great-great-grandchildren will reenact this interview inside vast underground cities each November.

I guess it was pretty shocking for city-folk to learn that turkeys don’t come from the freezer case at the supermarket. Some of us come from places where the first three steps in fixing dinner are “catch it”, “kill it” and “clean it”.

The real significance of the non-event was it clearly demonstrated that Sarah Palin was going to continue to live rent-free in Vile Progs’ heads. The joke was on them – she got rich on their hate.

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81 Responses to The Great Turkey Slaughter Nothing-Burger

  1. lyn says:

    I love all the little messages like “oblivious” and “too filthy” that accompany that “news-breaking report.” The vile progs have a new Thanksgiving tradition. Idiots.

  2. elliesmom says:

    When I was growing up we had chickens named “Breakfast’, “Lunch”, and “Supper”. The pig was named “Dinner”. My dad didn’t tell us the animals were “adopted by another family”. We knew they had taken up residence in the freezer. While he took exceptionally good care of his animals, they were never allowed to become pets. We had dogs and cats for that.

  3. helenk3 says:

    maybe the vile progs should read this article. just what the obamacare has hidden for many families futures.

  4. helenk3 says:

    just a question for vile progs

    why is it bad to kill a turkey for food, but ok to kill a potential human that someday might have found a cure for cancer?

  5. helenk3 says:

    Oh Hell someone forgot to tell the vile progs about this program from mooch

  6. helenk3 says:

    OHOH remember this phoney story?

    sounds like this waitress is 6 degrees of separation from backtrack

  7. helenk3 says:

    veritas project does cause msm some problems, means they have a lot of xplainin to do

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    a back road around reid’s nuclear action on judicial nominations

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  13. helenk3 says:

    do not usually go to huff post.

    looks like valjar is giving roberts his marching orders

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  16. helenk3 says:

    CNN and MSNBC lose almost 1/2 their viewers in one year.

    I keep looking but I just can not find my give a damn

    the stuck their heads so far up backtack’s behind the lost sight of what journalism is supposed to be

  17. driguana says:

    Happy Hanukkah and Happy thanksgiving to all!

  18. driguana says:

    For those of you who are Longmire fans, Santa Fe Studios (one of my big projects) just reported that a third season will be shot there!!

  19. driguana says:

    And Happy Birthday Jimi Hendrix!!!

  20. 1539days says:

    Am I the only one who thought Baily Quarters was the hot girl on WKRP?

  21. helenk3 says:

    the East coast weather not only is going to keep a lot of people from getting to their destinations for the holiday, but also a lot of black Friday sales are going to be hurting for shoppers. not good for the economy

  22. The Klown says:

    Ace nails it:

    . . . the Liberal Chattering Classes are facing a question now: “Will my reputation and sense of pride survive Obama’s incompetence?”

    And: “How absurd am I willing to make myself in order to cover up for this arrogant buffoon’s incompetence?”

    Some people may begin to peel off — not because they’re not in-the-tank partisan shills, mind you, but because they’re in-the-tank partisan shills who still have some functioning sense of self-respect left in them.

    They are beginning to realize that loving Obama means, in the end, hating yourself. You have to sacrifice everything for him — your honesty, your integrity, your autonomy. Your reputation, your legacy, your pride.

    His incompetence and deceit are at such a level that he will not permit you to support him and retain a shred of self-respect for yourself.

    Devotion to Obama requires destruction of the self. Obama is a jealous Messiah, and will not permit you to love anything else — even yourself.

    That may be too much for some worshippers to bear. Some worshippers may only be willing to worship casually — Cafeteria Cultists, if you will — and will not be able to muster the full commitment to the Obama Cult that the more senior acolytes demand.

    And such people will then become apostates.

    And the other cultists will shun them, declaring: “Obama asked nothing of you, except for one thing: that you love him and nothing else, and that you obey his every command as if it were the Voice of God Himself commanding you.”

    • 1539days says:

      Following Obama is inertia. And like its root, if you are sucked in by Obama you are an inert object. Plus, if you turn on him now, all the other inert objects get jealous and angry at you.

      • Lulu says:

        I think they are like the mafia. Once you are in you can’t get out without getting professionally or socially “killed”. And social stigmatizing is big with Bots. I think the apostates will figure out that the stigmatizers are piss-ants and have already led them to ruination.

    • votermom says:

      LOLOLOLOL from the comments:

      22 Obama ate in my restaurant the other day and left me this note instead of a tip:

      “Your cracka ass is mine, running dog lackey of the capitalist pigs! Now bring me some Hunan chitlin’s a’fore I bring down the drones on this shitbox!”

      Seriously. I have the receipt right here.
      Posted by: zombie at November 27, 2013 06:51 PM (+cx5n)

      zombie’s on a roll

  23. votermom says:

    President civility:

    How Obama referred to Tea Party protesters as ‘tea-baggers’ in handwritten letter to Texas teacher complaining about health care law

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  26. mothy67 says:

    Just read the one’s statements out in la-la land. Hilarious. Does he not realize these same people create and export Honey Boo Boo, slasher films, oprah, celebrity rehab, gratuitous violence and on and on.

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    Rich Lowry:

    At the end of the day, the root of President Obama’s mendacity on Obamacare was simple: He didn’t dare tell people how the law would work. He couldn’t tell people how the law would work.

    Forthrightness was the enemy. It served no useful purpose and could only bring peril, and potentially defeat. It had to be banished. Instead of candor, Obama made the sale on the basis of dubious blandishments and outright deceptions.

    If this is the only way to pass your signature initiative—and a decades-long goal of your party—it ought to give you pause. But Obama was a natural at delivering sweeping and sincere-seeming assurances that weren’t true. This kind of thing is his métier.

    • But that presumes 404 knew those minor details all along. I don’t believe he’s intellectually capable of comprehending those factors all along. I agree if he had known he wouldn’t of cared, but he is palpably NOT a mental giant. At best he’s in the 120-124 range. Or less. Pathetic. He’s as much surprised as the rest of his minions.

      • 1539days says:

        Obama is the worst kind of manager. All he did was tell the Democrats to pass anything and he would sign it. Neither body of Congress passed universal health care, but the House passed a costlier Medicaid-heavy version. Only the Senate “version” became Obamacare, with plenty of kickbacks and corporate welfare.

        I’m perfectly happy blaming Obama for Obamacare, but every damn one of the Democrats in Congress before the 2010 elections is directly responsible for this piece of crap.

  32. 1539days says:

    Gawker is a hilarious link baiting troll sewer. Still, the sad part is that it is frequently indistinguishable from the mainstream media.

  33. helenk3 says:

    this should get interesting
    muslim brotherhood to protest NYC Macy’s Thanksgiving day parade

  34. helenk3 says:

    I do not think I am a prude but there is one step over the line. Who and what tv big shots think this should go into people’s homes?

    we have come a long way from leave it to beaver

  35. helenk3 says:

    This cop and his family are friends with my 2nd daughter. they are really nice people

  36. The irony of turkeys shown being slaughtered and this revelation being excoriated by progressives matches their view on abortions as well.

    Disclaimer time, However as a moderate I acknowledge that it is not for me to judge or condemn an action by a woman that relates to a situation that presumably wouldn’t happen to me personally barring a medical innovation.

    Progressives, that’s another story.

  37. Happy Thanksgiving all. The cats decided 3:50 am was an appropriate time for me to get up.
    I’ll be having a nap BEFORE dinner this year.

    • Lulu says:

      I wish I could take a nap this morning. I just sent two people out the door to two different airports to pick up three people. They took thermos bottles of coffee. My list of stuff to do just got edited down as ran out of time and energy yesterday so paper plates and everyday stainless steel instead of silver, lopsided flower arrangements that are good enough, and wrinkled cloth napkins. The ham is done (all night in the oven), turkey ready to be roasted, dressing pre-mixed, sweet potatoes roasted and ready to go, cranberry sauce floating in Triple Sec (I hope they don’t try to drink it), and desserts delegated to my daughter. I’ve got baked fruit (with brandy), salads and relish tray to make. Two fold out tables and an assortment of stools, office chairs (I get the best ergonomic one) and patio settees must be dragged into a semblance of a dining area next to the dining room. This is the most slap dash Thanksgiving I have ever hosted and I don’t really give a damn. All hubby can think about is the football games.

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