Fed up Sarah Palin says this issue is ‘just about driving me to renounce my Republican ties’


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Calling herself “a bleeding-heart compassionate woman and mother,” former Alaskan Gov. Sarah Palin said she is close to renouncing her Republican ties over the “madness” on America’s southern border with Mexico.

“Finally, they have won me over,” Palin wrote Friday on Facebook. “I actually agree with the liberals’ war whoop. I, too, demand that this issue of young illegal aliens flooding across our border into horrendous conditions be taken care of. Now!”

Palin called the conditions “child abuse,” saying “this one issue is just about driving me to renounce my Republican ties because, see, even leaders on the RIGHT side of the aisle haven’t exerted all Constitutional power to stop the madness.”

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But her plan to “stop the madness” may not be to the liking of Democrats, who Palin said always try to “justify more spending” to resolve “every single ‘crisis’ their policies conjure up.”

“The primary expenditure we need to supply in this humanitarian crisis is jet fuel to fly these children back home to their parents,” she said.

The former Republican vice presidential nominee said President Obama “orchestrated” the crisis.

“Barack Obama has orchestrated this newest ‘crisis’ in order to overload the system with the intention of “fixing” the problems his own policies create – by fiat, and that infamous phone and pen; screw the rule of law,” Palin wrote. “He’s warned you by proudly claiming his executive orders can bypass the peoples’ representatives and obviously ignore the will of the people.”

She also called out the president for his “refusal to enforce immigration laws.”

“To encourage and reward lawlessness by refusing to enforce the will of the people as proven by laws passed by our political representatives is the signature of a tyrant,” Palin said.

Her commentary ended with a simple question: “Congress and American voters, how long will you let Team Obama get away with this?”


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  • Stoneyjack

    Super Sarah Palin still sweet & sexy at age 50. What a dame!

    • CaraHusseyker

      upto I saw the draft of $7025
      , I be certain …that…my mom in-law woz like they say truley making money
      part-time on their apple labtop. . there sisters roommate had bean doing this
      less than 8 months and at present repayed the debts on their house and bought a
      brand new volvo . look at here now M­o­n­e­y­d­u­t­i­e­s­.­C­O­M­

    • johnny b

      I wholeheartedly agree with your evaluation……

      • Rich Harvey

        I would tap that … and I mean that with all due respect for Sarah, although she probably wouldnt be “offended” like some knee-jerk liberal.

    • PatriotInk

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  • Hoppyman50

    Now this is the clearest comment and the intent of Saul Alinsky, the liar and chiefs mentor. He is attempting to overwhelm the system to take it down. He, Obama is nothing less than a treasonous bastard.

    • SusieQ

      Absolutely right!!!

    • Hagar

      Attempting or is he doing it. No active Resistance.

      • Hoppyman50

        You’re right on the resistance, the congress having the power of immigration law in their power just keep pointing the finger at the DOJ and the president. Article 1, Section 8, Clause 4, now they should act on it.

  • ScoutandAbout

    When will Palin renounce her American ties?

    • Hoppyman50


    • Byte187

      You first.

      • ScoutandAbout

        Why would I?

        I’ve never consorted with the Alaska Independence Party.

        • johnny b

          You truly are a moron aren’t you????

          • ScoutandAbout

            How much money have you given to Palin’s Grift-PAC?

  • RUexperienced

    … and she will be marginalized even more.

    Right now, the only gig left is to provide endorsements to conservative candidates in Republican primaries.

    If she quits the Republican party, what Republican is going to want her endorsement?

    But I guess it would not be the first time she quit something.

    • SusieQ

      Obama quit a long time ago or haven’t you noticed? She is saying this Obama is worthless and the republicans are not responding either, is there anyone in the hallowed halls of DC with any courage anymore, there is more I’m sure there is something they could do.

      • RUexperienced

        When Sarah Palin gripes about the president, it is like a teacher being ridiculed by the class clown who is flunking out of high school.

        • Beckery49

          What is it about Sarah Palin that scares you liberalwackos so bad that you still have to bad mouth her after she lost an election 6 years ago? You don’t talk about McCain like that. Or is it just that she is an attractive white woman so it is OK for this form of harassment?

        • eaglestalon

          LOL, like Becky says, you looney libs are soooo terrified of this woman. Palin is 10 times what any liberal women in politics is today.
          Look up her actual record while Gov of Alaska, why don’t you? She took on the REPUBLICAN establishment when she became Gov and literally CLEANED HOUSE! She broke up the good old boys network, brought huge surpluses to the State while simultaneously getting the oil companies to substantially increase their payments o the citizens of the State for the use of their land to access the oil.
          The personal jet used by the former Gov was sold and the many perks enjoyed by the established Republicans were drastically slashed.
          And you know what your sorry assed Party’s answer to that was? Your kind brought law suit after law suit against he, all of them frivolous and a waste of tax payer money. How do I know the law suits were frivolous? Easy because NOT ONE OF THEM EVER MADE IT TO
          TRIAL!! All of them every single one, bar none was tossed out.
          The reason she resigned was to spare the taxpayer the expense of defending her as Governor with tax payer dollars.
          Sarah Palin stepped down in order to SPARE the citizens of Alaska, it was a selfless act and it was something you liberals would never even think of doing.

      • Gstephens

        Don’t feed the Troll, please.

    • Independent Voter

      The truth is that she resigned from the Alaska Governor position to save the good people of Alaska the cost of defending her against hundreds of frivolous lawsuits filed by the Homocrats.

      • RUexperienced

        Every Republican governor gets sued by liberal democrats.

        My Republican governor has gotten sued by the ACLU, the UAW, the teacher union, the City of Detroit and even Al Sharpton.

        And he didn’t quit like Palin.

        • Jerry Prock

          Hey RU get off this site.

        • DeeDEEthree

          Alaska was(until they changed the law) the only State that anyone anywhere could file a ethics complaint and also the only State where the Governor had to pay for her/their own defense unlike other States Governors.

          She had only 1ethics(turned out to be bogus)complaint after the election in 2008 she had something like 40 in just a few months, which was to bankrupt her.

          She couldn’t Govern anymore because she was spending all her time defending herself she was $500,000 in debt which was their plan they never expected she would resign.

          It also cost the State 2 Million Dollars

          They(Obama) now wish they left her alone.

          Some of the ethics complaints were.

          Holding a picture of a fish

          Talking to a reporter in her office

          Wearing a logo on her jacket.

          They were all like that.

          You know that because it has been told to you hundreds of times but you keep posting your same drivel.

        • Gstephens

          Troll Alert!

        • Patti_Mi

          She quit because the liberals were attacking her children… which is supposed to be forbidden.

  • Kay Key Belshe

    LOAD them all up on a C-130 cargp plane and fly their little booties HOME !

  • SusieQ

    Boy! do I agree with her response to this insane non-response of basically ignoring the invasion from the south. I have hardly heard a word from any republican as to how to solve this and stop any more from crossing the border. I am really starting to believe we have one govt. under Obama and by Obama and I don’t know why we are even paying the other branch of the govt. to keep a check on this over reach from this president who is increasingly ignoring our laws and the enforcement of those laws. Hey, “car 54 where are you?” Is there anyone out there that is going to bring our laws back and have them followed?

  • Independent Voter

    The Homocrats neutered the GOP long ago, and now carry their bounty in a paper sack in the pervert parade.

  • http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJBG9zqKlqSMeoGWk8Sabog iizthatiiz

    Palin’s got more stones than most of Congress combined. Says it like it is .. succinct and to the point. More leadership in one Facebook post than Congress has managed to demonstrate all year.

  • Gary Rains

    Close the F–king border now, gut less P—CKS

  • James White

    On a related post it was said that Mark Zuckerburg believed we need to reform our Immigration Laws as currently illegal immigrants are being denied their civil rights. Well there were many who disagreed and said they are not US Citizens and as illegals, they have no rights in the US.

    Folks, I think Mark knows that illegal immigrants have no “civil rights in America”; but, he’s speaking out because he is desperate for a change in our immigration laws. Despite his fortune, this is something he cannot buy; or can he?

    I doubt Mark is terribly concerned about keeping the cost of his lawn maintenance low or the effect on his hotel bill if American citizens were cleaning the room and making the bed.

    His concern is at the other end of the immigration law spectrum, those with education and work visas that have or are about to expire. It’s all in a single package that makes it difficult to address Marks concern, while leaving the Latino illegal immigrant situation unchanged.

    Repeated here from her Facebook post Sarah Palin cited; heat, illness, unsanitary conditions and potential sexual exploitation at the holding facility as examples of “child abuse.” She then railed against the GOP’s unwillingness to engage in meaningful reform on issues like border security.

    UNFORTUNATELY, Sarah; if the Obama administration would simply ENFORCE OUR CURRENT IMMIGRATION POLICY, these deserted children would not have been allowed to cross America’s border and the pipeline would have been choked off.

    Palin again: “As a Christian I find it unforgivable to ignore this issue of overrunning border security into these conditions in southern states, and this one issue is just about driving me to renounce my Republican ties because, see, even leaders on the RIGHT side of the aisle haven’t exerted all Constitutional power to stop the madness,” she wrote. “A few have tried, but until they’re sent reinforcements, then atrocities like the child abuse and exploitation you’re now getting wind of will only get worse.”

    She then accused President Barack Obama of orchestrating the “crisis” in Arizona in order to advance his own immigration reform agenda. End.

    I too believe his administration is behind this sudden madness, somehow orchestrating this massive infusion of defenseless children. I agree with Sarah that the only expenditure appropriate for America here is the temporary and humanitarian shelter and security of these children then a free jet ride back to where they came from, to family where they belong. Which too will stop that effort.

    Most reasonable, sane adults wouldn’t exploit children to get their way which is why this situation reeks of Obama.


    So, yes I agree. It was about time. WE (many on Facebook) talk about cleaning house and senate, now Virginia has made the first step, setting an example for the rest of us.

    WE need to get some respect from our elected representatives. They act as though they are royalty. They set their wage increases, preserve the best possible retirement and hospitalization plans and then disregard for hearsay, the will of the American people, YOU and ME!!!!

    Despite all the various news bureaus that post commentary about the immigration law proposed changes or amnesty, rarely do you see a post by an average American, a non politician and not a major business interest suggesting that they are in favor of it. In fact, I have seen a number of people, identified as a legal Mexican immigrant, who too are against immigration reform and amnesty alike. So, what gives?

    We need to seal our SW Border before considering anything else about our immigration policies. The empty promises to do so for the past 40+ years is over! Now our Federal Government is flying in illegals and the border patrol told to ignore the constant wave of new illegal immigrants. Obama speaking in Mexico about the availability of food stamps. Now tens of thousands of children turning themselves in to the border patrol for safe keeping and shelter; as young as three, some who have traveled for upwards of a thousand miles!!!!!

    We know the vast majority of American People including legal Mexican immigrants want to stop the entrance of illegal immigrants. Politicians though are in support of it because BIG BUSINESS lobbyists are looking to make it financially
    worth the while of Congressional members. $$$$$$

    Have you noticed that even those who are elected on the principal of “NO AMNESTY” and “NO IMMIGRATION REFORM” often turn to support it within months of occupying their office. The reason? $$$$$$ !

    So, this is not really about feeling good, helping unskilled labor, it’s actually about highly skilled labor whose education visas are about to or have expired. As a bonus for the Democratic Party, adding potentially 12 to 15 million new voters, most of whom will vote Democratic. That they expected and counted on to give support and popular demand for change in the immigration laws; you, WE fooled them.

    What the politicians didn’t count on was the awareness of the populous about the cost of these policy changes, an estimated $1.3 Trillion, added to an already overtaxed and heavily financially imbalanced society of “those who have and those who have not”. And if WE think we have difficulty getting Washington to listen to and respect us now; try doing so when, in effect, there would be the equivalent of one party.

    Companies who have trained many of these US educated young foreign nationals want them kept at work here, and could do so at lower pay grades. In addition, they need to keep their product development safe in the US.

    Intel, GE, Microsoft, Google and Facebook to name a few, would otherwise need to exclusively hire and train US citizens to do so, and not have the proverbial “pick of the crop”. Collectively, they prefer to have the option to train whomever they want and are willing to collectively, “pay the price” to amend our immigration laws.

    I ‘may’ not object to some adjustment in our immigration policies to solve this dilemma; but, I want the truth disclosed that this is what they are trying to achieve and openly share what options are being considered. WE should see published accounts of those options, before they are signed into law. Remember? Obama’s pre-election promise was to put on the Internet proposed legislation for days prior to
    signing any bill into law! An open; the most open and “transparent” administration ever, was promised. Do you know where I would find that website!?!?!? Their lying, secrecy and potential personal gains are underhanded, unnecessary, a source of corruption and insults our intelligence.

    The illegal immigrant who intentionally, and illegally crossed our border knows the are here illegally and should at the very least be encouraged to leave to repatriate with their country. They should not be enticed and showered with federal entitlements to stay. We need to enforce the restrictions of our education and work visas as well.

    We should again enforce the part of our existing immigration law that requires employers properly determine that they had seen and retained copies of each employees US birth certificates, state Id and another means of identification or in absence of birth certificate, a green card or school/work visa. That was to be evidenced by a completed “I-9 Form” and retained in each employees personnel file. Proof that current and potential employees are of legal US residency should again be strictly enforced with stiff penalties for noncompliance by employers. This is now Federal Law and is being ignored w/Obama’s blessing. Those who can’t be certified as legally documented, will not be able to get work. Many of those will return to their homeland.

    I suggest that those who want work in Mexico and have appropriate skills, including those now incarcerated at our expense, could be offered a job after leaving the US to build the border from the Mexican side. This would spur additional new business opportunities in Mexico for other illegal Mexican immigrants to leave and fill those new positions.

    We can complain and wish our representatives would see and react to comments here; but, addressing them individually on their websites would be much more effective, unseating them also may help, but takes longer.

    This issue effects each and every one of us on a State as well as National economic basis. We all know there are financial aid programs for illegals that help them, that our own citizens don’t have equal access to. Not to mention states providing scholarships to children of illegals. What’s with that!?!?!? Illegal immigration is not so much charity, as it is abuse of our generosity.

    Now, Paul Ryan has suggested that they approve immigration reform prior to the end of this July. Knowing that having Eric Cantor in the House as Majority Leader gives the legislation a greater chance of passing than might be when he then steps down. And since that is in part why he lost his Virginia primary, he may have greater incentive to do so. Two thoughts on this. By quickly pushing through such important legislation:

    1.) WE will have little prior knowledge of what is proposed and; 2.) that increases the chance of a poorly prepared, ill conceived bill.

    Many within Congress are determined to get this done, despite your position to the contrary.

    Please directly contact your representatives and let them know how you feel about immigration reform and amnesty.

    I would like to suggest that we all prepare a short statement that states for example, “As a legal US voting Citizen of the United States, I do not want you as my elected representative in Congress; to write, suggest, support or vote in favor of any legislation that amends, repeals or replaces the current Immigration Polices of the United States. Before considering any changes to our Immigration Law, we MUST close the entire SE border first and immediately stop the disregard of our SE Border. There are approximately 1,954 miles to our SE Border which George W. Bush began the process of securing, using fencing with concrete in 2006. Some 600 miles have been completed.”.

    I suggest that we be prepared to release our “messages” by email on the websites of our representatives between July 1-4th 2014! If WE all do our part, Congress won’t know what hit them!

    There’s no doubt that in this manner, exercising the power of WE THE PEOPLE, we can get their attention, before it’s too late and they say, “At this point, what difference does it make!!!”. And our position would no longer matter.

    Be sure to SHARE this with your friends and contact your non-Facebook friends and relatives asking for their support. There are few issues today more important, that our representatives are ignoring our position on because someone else is holding their attention.

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