Palin Sports U.S.-Israel Pin At Gala Dinner May 12, 2010Think the SNL skit was funny? Wait 'till you compare it to what she really said while speaking about the financial bailout plan.
Former Alaska governor and Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin wore an American/Israeli flag pin to Time magazine's May 4 dinner honoring the "100 Most Influential People in the World."
Palin wore the same pin when she addressed the National Tea Party Convention in Nashville this past February.
Palin kept an Israeli flag in her office while serving as governor; in fact, when Palin was introduced to Israeli President Shimon Peres she told him, "The only flag at my office is an Israeli flag."
And the real Sarah Palin, who has her own reality show on TLC, which has connections to uber Zionist and war monger Rupert Murdoch; is a FOX News commentator and is being played up on numerous MSM print, Internet, cable and TV outlets.
When you know the the MSM is owned by Zionists and controlled by Israeli-Firsters and Jews, and that our presidential elections are FIXED, it doesn't take a Rocket Scientist like Sarah Palin to figure out what's going to happen in November 2012.
Sarah Palin tells AIPAC she’s pro-Israel"Jews for Sarah"
“She was extremely well received,” Goldfarb said, noting that Palin was interrupted by applause twice.
AIPAC also praised the meeting.
”We had a good, productive discussion on the importance of the U.S.-Israel relationship, and we were pleased that Gov. Palin expressed her deep, personal and lifelong commitment to the safety and well-being of Israel,” the group’s spokesman, Josh Block, said in a statement.
“She expressed her support for the special friendship between the two democracies and said she would work to expand and deepen the strategic partnership between the U.S. and Israel.”
PBS edits Tina Fey's remarks from Twain eventIt's scary to know that the clueless Sarah Palin makes the moronic former prez, GW Bush, look like a Phi Beta Kappa Rhodes Scholar.
Tina Fey got a little political airbrushing from PBS Sunday night during its annual broadcast of the Kennedy Center's Mark Twain Prize for American Humor.
Fey, this year's recipient of the prize, caused a few ripples during her acceptance speech at the ceremony on Tuesday when she mock-praised "conservative women" like Sarah Palin, whom Fey has so memorably impersonated on "Saturday Night Live."
"And, you know, politics aside, the success of Sarah Palin and women like her is good for all women - except, of course --those who will end up, you know, like, paying for their own rape 'kit 'n' stuff," Fey said. "But for everybody else, it's a win-win. Unless you're a gay woman who wants to marry your partner of 20 years - whatever. But for most women, the success of conservative women is good for all of us. Unless you believe in evolution. You know - actually, I take it back. The whole thing's a disaster."
But that's not what viewers heard when PBS and WETA broadcast an edited version of Fey's speech on Sunday.
The part about rape kits and evolution was gone, leaving only Fey's more harmonious -- and blander -- comments about Palin and politics.
The video clip is from 2005, and Sarah Palin, who is running for governor, stands on the dais of a small church; three pastors surround her in a huddle. They are touching her shoulders, her forehead, her back. The would-be governor is stone still, eyes cast down, palms up toward heaven. The man on her left, the one touching her forehead, bends occasionally to whisper in her ear.Heck, I not only believe in witches, I've seen them and so have you. There's HRM Hillary Clinton, always on her broom, flying hither and yonder serving her Yid Masters. There's former Secretary of State and 'Vulcan' war-monger Condi Rice.
This is Ed Kalnins, senior pastor of Wasilla Assembly of God, the church Palin attended from the time she was 4-years-old until 2002. The man behind her is praying loudly, relentlessly and with an intensity rarely seen in America's mainstream churches. This is the Kenyan pastor Thomas Muthee, a Pentecostal powerhouse who has a reputation for being able to cast out demons and witches through prayer.
First, Muthee urges the congregation to pray for Palin's success "even in the political arena ... [to] bring finances her way ... and give her the personnel." And then he offers this cryptic blessing: "In the name of Jesus. Every form of witchcraft is what you rebuke." The laying of hands on the Alaska politician, the invoking of Jesus and witches in the same sentence—what the heck is going on?
The right repeats its mantra about Palin's Bible-based values, knowing that her religious background aligns her with at least 20 million of the country's most conservative Christian voters. They know that Pentecostalism, the branch of Protestantism embraced by Muthee and in which Palin was raised, is the fastest growing religious movement in the world. Perhaps they are also aware of a recent Gallup poll, in which a fifth of Americans say they believe in witches.
And that other Secretary of State, 'Bloody' Maddy Albright who got her knickers all wet when thinking about all those Iraqi children the USA was killing.
Last, but certainly not the least craziest witch, Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann.
The 10 Craziest Michele Bachmann Quotes: The only person dumber than Sarah Palin is Michele Bachmann