Still Living Rent-Free Inside Their Heads

So Sarah Palin posted a tweet, linking to her Facebook page. You remember Sarah Palin, don’t you? She was John McCain’s running mate five, almost six years ago. She’s been a private citizen for several years now.

Well it turns out that some people remember her like she never left. You might even get the impression that they are obsessed or something. Just minutes after Sarah posted that tweet, here were some of the reponses:

Just for thrills I tried to interact with one of Sarah’s fans:

Back in 2007-08 it was Obama’s supporters rather than Obama himself that first that first turned me off to him. There is something very disturbing about the people on the left these days. It’s a nasty blend of religious fanaticism and unhinged hate. I thought it would go away after Obama was elected, but if anything it has gotten worse.

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108 Responses to Still Living Rent-Free Inside Their Heads

  1. Lulu says:

    Someone should ask Tbogg how it feels to be 100% wrong 100% of the time. To have nothing better to do than follow “dumb” Palin’s twitter account must be very humbling especially for an alleged super smart person. Imagine the feelings of anxiety and insecurity at having to use twitter to look for someone to hate to feel better about yourself.

    • DeniseVB says:

      I had to peek at the “Kellie Bodi” timeline and she really needs to step away from the computer. After breezing through Gutfeld’s “Not Cool” he did nail her personality along with the other vile progs who need to be hatin’ to feel good about themselves.

  2. driguana says:

    Love the picture of the two cunts and the three dicks!

  3. DandyTIger says:

    And of course she’s right.

  4. votermom says:

    It would be irresponsible not to speculate …

  5. elliesmom says:

    My nephew is away at college. When his parents divorced, I was his port in the storm, and we became close. I am a “frequent contributor” to his FB page, continuing the lively discussions we’ve been having since he was about ten. He knows I will often take the opposite position from his just to make him think, and he has come to realize it’s possible to see something from the other side’s perspective even if you don’t agree. The other day he posted a bleeding heart tirade about why we need to raise the minimum wage. He’s 18. He’s supposed to feel that way. On cue, I replied with some of the negative consequences of doing that. Before he returned to the discussion, some of his other friends had called me some pretty vulgar names. Our last names are different so these folks had no idea who I am in relation to him. He was distressed to say the least. But he doesn’t get upset when they say similar things about other women, especially Sarah Palin. When I pointed out she might be someone’s favorite aunt, too, and one could disagree with her on the merits of the argument without resorting to calling her names, he shamefully admitted he has no idea what her positions on most issues are.

  6. votermom says:

    Not suspicious behavior at all

  7. votermom says:

    • DeniseVB says:

      My cynical side is now wondering about Obama’s surprise visit with the Afghanistan troops on Memorial Day ? Were the moneybags delivered to Air Force One while the media was busy covering his troop rally ?

      • votermom says:

        I forgot about that surprise visit! You could be right – might have been actually connected to this deal.

      • leslie says:

        Did he disappear at any time so that he himself might have made a personal appearance in response to a request/demand by the Afghan/Taliban leaders?

        • leslie says:

          I am asking in all sincerity as I don’t listen, watch, or follow his royal self or any coverage of him.

      • Somebody says:

        Haha I’m cynical too! When I heard about the whole prisoner exchange the very first thing that popped in my head was that Obama had just made that surprise trip to Afghanitstan. I wondered if there was a connection…….if there was we’ll never know.

  8. The Klown says:

    Check this shit out:

    One good place to start is where Brad Thor does: forget about the Taliban, they weren’t holding Bowe. He was a captive of the Haqqanis, which Thor nicely describes as a mixture of terrorism and mafia, “80% Sopranos and 20% Al Qaeda.” He then asks an important question: what did the Haqqanis get for Bergdahl? That’s exactly right, because four of the Guantanamo terrorists were indeed Taliban, and hence low priority for the Haqqanis. So?

    So we need to ask how much money the Haqqanis got, or how many weapons, or maybe diamonds, I don’t know. We probably arranged for the payment–it’s illegal to do it directly, I believe (although CIA has done it, as has the military, usually under the guise of “providing information”)–and the Qataris may have thought it was a good investment. But something of value had to be given to the Haqqanis. I don’t believe they turned over Bowe as a favor to the Taliban.

    It is also possible that the Iranians were involved…. They have trained both the Haqqanis and the Taliban, and they are eager to extend their control over Afghanistan as we retreat. For extras, one of the released Taliban was in cahoots with them, planning anti-American operations as we prepared to invade in 2001. It would make sense, although it is not high on my list of likely explanations, for them to be midwives to the deal.

    As we sort out the real facts from the abundant background noise, we will discover several disconcerting things: first, that control over the efforts to recover Bowe often shifted between US government agencies. Second, that it is misleading to say that the negotiations were underway for five years; the final push came in the last six weeks, when the Qataris told the U.S. that a deal was now possible. Third, that the list of Guantanamo terrorists to be “paid” shifted continuously. And fourth, who were the key intermediaries? I suspect we will find some relatively unknown academics involved in the talks. It wasn’t entirely the work of Qatari diplomats and U.S. officials by any means.

    Finally, a mystery: why the sudden urgency at the end, when talks had often collapsed in the past? It’s hard to believe that the administration thought Bowe’s health was so bad he might drop dead, although it’s a possibility. But it’s more likely that we’re missing a key element, something separate from the Bergdahl saga.

  9. The Klown says:
    • lyn says:

      No, Obama saw himself in Bergdahl.

    • angienc says:

      Too dumb to understand what “We don’t negotiate with terrorists” actually means.

      • The Klown says:

        EB is one of those writers I used to admire and now despise.

        • angienc says:

          He showed that he doesn’t give a shit about all the things (like rule of law, etc.) that he claimed to under GWB. For him, even the truth is irrelevant as long as ” his guy” is POTUS.
          Fuck him . . . hard.

  10. votermom says:

    • Lulu says:

      It was to switch the news off the VA scandal. All weekend would have been more horror stories on the front page. That is why Shinseki quit on a Friday quickly followed by this mess. As usual they forgot step three which is the examination of exactly why this guy was caught and a “captive” in the first place.

      • foxyladi14 says:

        Honk even a blind man could see that Squirrel 😯

      • Constance says:

        But so many people have had trouble with the VA, no way is that story going away. It’s not some obscure BS done in the name of the country that charges us taxes, the VA situation is a devastating problem in millions of peoples lives.

        • Lulu says:

          I think they were trying to ratchet it down a notch or two. One of the stories that not many paid attention to is that the scheduling clerks were specifically “trained” to commit what is basically fraud to manipulate statistics which of course produces bonuses at the expense of the health of all veterans. It sounds like a bunch of these people didn’t even know that what they were trained to do was wrong. This is really cynical bullshit by the VA managers.

          • 49erDweet says:

            An actual federal prosecutor, should one ever spring to life, could build a spectacular career from scheduling clerk supervisors alone.

          • Lulu says:

            The low level staff is flipping like crazy on their supervisors and blabbing their heads off for the IG. The sup’s are flipping on the managers and the managers are flipping on senior executives. Then they can flip on the the Presidential appointees. Then the Cheese stands alone. Of course President Cheese was watching ESPN or playing golf and didn’t know.

          • Constance says:

            The people trained to manipulate the VA’s statistics probably did not get bonuses or profit in any way other than being allowed to keep working in a miserable economy.

        • angienc says:

          The downplayed the murder of a US Ambassador and 3 other Americans while Obama went to Vegas to fundraise with Jay-Z; they’ll downplay the VA stuff too — it’s just us peons who can’t afford Cedar-Sinai who are effected.

          • Lulu says:

            Speaking of downplaying information, a poll recently found that people are 70% in favor of shutting down coal powered electricity plants to control carbon output and that an increase in monthly power bill of $20 is a fair price to pay. LOL. Twenty dollars. Hahahaha! And Obamacare was going to save everyone $2400 a year. I hope the 70% enjoy being sent home from work during brownouts without pay. Ain’t nobody going to pay them to sit in the dark. They can do that at home.

          • votermom says:

            It’s official. We are surrounded by idiots too stupid to survive on their own.

  11. DeniseVB says:

    Jake Tapper retweeted this article from The Daily Beast, so it must be true 😉 If so, this isn’t going to end well for Bergdahl, it’s a riveting piece ……

  12. votermom says:

    New EPA rules coming to make rates necessarily skyrocket.

    • lyn says:

      Sock it to the middle class with high health insurance and energy costs. Heckuvajob, Democrats!

      • votermom says:

        Well, since seniors on limited incomes will be hardest hit by high electricity bills, no doubt many will freeze in winter or die of heat in summer.
        Which means shorter wait times at the Obamacare Death Panel!
        Win-win, baby.

        • lyn says:

          Yep. It’s all about connecting the dots. 🙂

        • swanspirit says:

          The young lefties are just waiting for the “old racists to die off ” anyway . I read it in their blogs all the time , so why not speed up the process .

        • Constance says:

          And they won’t have to pay out so much social security to the Boomers if they can kill us off.

      • foxyladi14 says:

        Plus the grocery prices; 👿

    • Lulu says:

      Coal is harvested by “white” coal miners from mines owned by rich “white” mine owners. Coal miners have always been regarded as scum. Really all miners have. This goes back to Britain where miners were treated horribly especially by the nobility who owned mines. The leftists know this and are trying to divert from their race and class prejudices rooted in Puritanism and the class structure they so admire from Europe.

      • 49erDweet says:

        True. It is illogical and irrational, but to progs that’s no big deal.

        • The Klown says:

          Alice laughed. “There’s no use trying,” she said: “one can’t believe impossible things.”
          “I daresay you haven’t had much practice,” said the Queen. “When I was your age, I always did it for half-an-hour a day. Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.”

          • 49erDweet says:

            Once again Lewis Carroll poetry nails progressive thought process…….If indeed any actual “thought” is wasted during incubation.

  13. DeniseVB says:

    Really, they rolled out Benghazi Susan Rice again ….. Ms. Baghdad Bob …..?

  14. fif says:

    Just in case there’s any doubt why this was done now:

    Bergdahl Bumps VA from Spotlight

    • Lulu says:

      Create something they can “fight back” against. There are no excuses six years into an administration for the VA mess. So make a diversion so they can appear to be doing something like freeing one guy instead of fixing a mess that affects millions. What a guy that Obama is!

    • foxyladi14 says:

      Well DUH!!!!! 🙄

  15. votermom says:

    Radio interview with Cody, the platoon mate who was tweeting about how Bergdahl deserted

    • DeniseVB says:

      fif ~Listening to Rush’s guest host today (never heard of him, but he’s good!) is a former Marine, CIA and other credibilities, is getting calls from a lot of troops who were in country about the time of Bergdahl’s “walk”. It’s amazing how many missions were affected by this, as they recall, dropping current plans to look for Bowe (presumed MIA at the time). For weeks and it really affected the outcomes of several of those missions. Ok, they’re just “callers” but interesting discussions. Is the timing of Obama’s Rose Garden announcement suspect? You betcha’ !

      • driguana says:

        Just wondering how any info that comes out is going to be viewed as “reliable” or phony or made up or vengeful. Who will determine that? Going to be fascinating to see how this all plays out.

  16. DeniseVB says:

    Sigh…under normal circumstances, isn’t this hard to achieve? Not sure about the Army, but it takes the Marines 8-10 years to achieve this rank. That’s about 2 re-enlistments of keeping your nose clean and having an MOS that’s needed at the time.

  17. votermom says:


  18. The Klown says:
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    Within hours, Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid shot down Hagel’s optimism for reconciliation.

    “It won’t help the peace process in any way, because we don’t believe in the peace process,” Mujahid said.

    Instead of portraying the exchange as the beginning of reconciliation, Taliban emir Mullah Mohammed Omar called the release of the five commanders a “great victory” and a “huge and vivid triumph.” The Taliban also published photos of the five released commanders as they arrived in Qatar.

    “This huge accomplishment brings the glad tidings of liberation of the whole country and reassures us that our aspirations are on the verge of fulfillment,” Omar said, according to a statement released yesterday at the Taliban website, Voice of Jihad.


  20. votermom says:

    I just heard that my friend – one of the school moms – college-aged daughter died of leukemia today. Just 3 weeks after diagnosis. Cancer sucks.

    • lyn says:

      That is so sad.

    • elliesmom says:

      When my son is fund raising for his marathon run, he sells bracelets that say, “Cancer sucks” – even when you survive it. While only living 3 weeks past diagnosis is tragic, at least her suffering was short. I know that sounds cold, but so many of the young people we met while my son was undergoing treatment went through months and months of nasty, nasty treatments that wrecked and ravaged their young bodies only to lose the battle. One of the girls had both of her arms amputated and didn’t survive a year. I know how lucky we were that the chemo worked, and as a parent you want them to do everything humanly possible to save your child’s life. But sometimes quick is merciful.

  21. The Klown says:

    PROOF THAT OBAMA IS A LYING SACK OF SHIT: Obama on Presidential Signing Statements:

  22. The Klown says:
  23. The Klown says:

    This just keeps getting better and better:

    A senior official confirms to Fox News that the conduct of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl — both in his final stretch of active duty in Afghanistan and then, too, during his time when he lived among the Taliban — has been thoroughly investigated by the U.S. intelligence community and is the subject of “a major classified file.”

    In conveying as much, the Defense Department source confirmed to Fox News that many within the intelligence community harbor serious outstanding concerns not only that Bergdahl may have been a deserter but that he may have been an active collaborator with the enemy…

    Sources told Fox News that many officials in the Executive Branch are “quite baffled” by the White House’s decision to allow the president to stand alongside Bergdahl’s father this past weekend, given the father’s history of controversial statements, emails and online posts.

    • lyn says:

      Teflon® Barry can do whatever he wants, because the U.S. news media are worthless lap dogs.

  24. swanspirit says:

    Is it too much to hope they microchipped the Gitmo prisoners they exchanged for Bergdahl ?

  25. votermom says:

    Some funny stuff in #FatherBergdahlsChildrensBooks

  26. Lulu says:

    “Yet it appears the administration believed it would win a PR victory big enough to eclipse any legalistic hand-wringing on Capitol Hill, and whatever objections might surface among the military rank-and-file.
    A White House official told MailOnline on Monday morning that Obama’s deputies were caught flatfooted by the intensity of public outrage in some quarters after Bergdahl’s rescue by Special Forces.
    ‘Everyone thought this would be a January 1981 moment,’ the insider said, referring to the negotiated release of 52 U.S. hostages in Iran after 444 days in captivity.

    Dear heavens. What idiots.

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