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Mark Levin: Steve Schmidt a Detestable Punk, Back-Stabber

Talk show host Mark Levin, and author of Ameritopia did not mince words about what he thinks of former McCain campaign adviser Steve Schmidt whose job along with Nicolle Wallace was to advise former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin. Schmidt and Wallace have trafficked in maliciously false statements about Gov. Palin for nearly four years running, assigning blame to her for the failed campaign. They wrote a book and profited handsomely off their lies and the HBO movie Game Change is based on their lies, for which they also profited.

"I've talked about this guy Schmidt before and the other one, Nicolle Wallace and I said they're detestable. They have no integrity. To be brought into somebody's confidence like Sarah Palin and to advise her and then turn around and keep notes and then when it's over back-stab her and bad-mouth her and write a book and make money about it and HBO...this is not normal behavior. This is not the kind of behavior you have in an inner circle," Levin said.

Yesterday, Stacy Drake wrote about how Schmidt Memos Prove ‘Game Change’ Author was Targeted to Save His “Reputation”.

Levin said, "So, Steve Schmidt - his concern wasn't so much the election, wasn't our future. Steve Schmidt's concern was him! Himself! Steve, you're quite the punk! You really are a punk!"

Audio transcript retrieved from SarahNET.


Friday, March 16, 2012

Bristol Palin Starts Blog

Author, Dancing with the Stars contestant, public speaker and single mom Bristol Palin, yesterday launched a blog site and published her first two posts.

In her welcome post, Bristol describes her life in Wasilla. She has bought a "fixer-upper," which she is remodeling, works in Anchorage, and is a devoted mother to Tripp. Bristol established the blog site to keep a record of her life's events and to share them with her friends and supporters from all over the country.

In her brief post on Game Change, Bristol focuses on the betrayal of political operatives who were supposed to be helping her mother during the McCain campaign.

H/T Ian Lazaran, Conservatives4Palin for story lead.

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Mark Levin’s “Ameritopia” Explains How We Got In the Mess We're In

Governor Palin today posted on Facebook:

Please click here to listen to Mark Levin’s excellent comments at the Reagan Library last week about his great new book “Ameritopia.” His wisdom is needed now more than ever.

Consider, for example, the news today about the Congressional Budget Office’s report on Obamacare. Remember when President Obama promised us that under Obamacare if you like your current health care coverage you can keep it? Well, that turns out to be another “you lie” moment. According to the CBO’s new report, as many as 20 million Americans could lose their employer-provided health insurance because of Obamacare.

Couple this latest revelation with the news that Obamacare’s estimated ten year cost is now double the original projection and the fact that Obamacare puts an unelected panel of faceless bureaucrats in charge of cutting Medicare spending to keep costs down (i.e. making life and death rationing decisions about your coverage – decisions which will make it more likely that doctors and hospitals will simply decide not to provide certain procedures because Medicare won’t cover them or will pay too little for them).

Taken all together, you will see that everything we told you about this “mother of all unfunded mandates” is true. If we let Obamacare stand, it will ultimately bankrupt us and rob us of our liberty in a hundred different ways. Repealing Obamacare must be a central theme of the coming election just as it was during the 2010 midterms.

But step back for a moment and ask yourself how our great republic got to this situation where Obamacare was even proposed. Ask how our brave troops fighting so far from home could find themselves in a war that seems so unfocused and without end. How did we get so far removed from our foundational belief in limited Constitutional governance and the great maxim of “Peace Through Strength”? Listen to Mark Levin and read his “Ameritopia” to open your eyes about the roots of the problems we face today.

- Sarah Palin

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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Political March Madness

By Adrienne Ross -

Those of us who love and follow the game of basketball have a special appreciation for this time of year. March Madness, baby! But the NCAA tournament hasn't even started, and madness is already running rampant--in the political world, that is. All around the country, March will work its magic, uniting teams and clarifying goals, bringing out the best in players and igniting fans. Meanwhile, the current political madness is working a whole different kind of magic.

March began with the sad news of the death of conservative warrior Andrew Breitbart who unexpectedly departed this life on the first day of the month. He was just about to share with the world some videos that further reveal President Obama's penchant for choosing some rather--shall we say?--questionable characters to run around with. Breitbart was just about to relaunch his website. In the blink of an eye, he was gone. That was the start of the unforeseen madness, a loss many are still struggling to wrap their brains around. He left behind a wife, four children, and an inspired army of patriots who are determined to take up the mantle. His work continues.

Then, just a couple days into March, the Sandra Fluke controversy grew wings and liberals grew outraged--selectively, of course--at comments Rush Limbaugh made concerning the law student's baffling desire to have others pay for her desires. Rush subsequently apologized, but of course that wasn't enough for liberals. As usual, they wanted to use the situation for political gain. Even the President got involved, invoking his daughters. Never mind the fact that people on his side of the aisle have said things so vile that his daughters wouldn't be able to attend a movie that includes language liberals use to describe conservatives. The hypocrisy of the left is maddening, and we've come to expect it. However, we should be able to expect more from the President of the United States. The fact that we do not have a President who will preside fairly over all people, but only over those who fall into his ideological bubble, speaks volumes about the insanity of the time in which we live, a time when partisanship trumps all, when politicians' mouths move in two different directions, or not at all--as in times that they choose to remain silent when they actually ought to speak.

For example, what we get from members of Congress is a refusal to condemn misogynist Bill Maher who repeatedly demeans Governor Palin, the man who has said things that even I'm not, as they say, a mature enough audience to listen to, and may I never be so mature. What we get from our President, too, is a refusal to answer a question a journalist poses about a million dollar donation Maher made to his campaign. The President--the concerned father that he is--has no problem accepting what Governor Palin has called "dirty money." And with all his talk about civility, he still has yet to call out the numerous vulgar, sexist comments made about Governor Palin and other conservative women. What does he do instead? He calls Sandra Fluke to demonstrate his support for her. Really?

Madness is definitely running rampant when the President's campaign puts out a video attacking Governor Palin, twisting her words to make her appear to be a dangerous racist. Their methods bring me back to a time in the not too distant past when Katie Couric and her team spliced and diced tape to create a false image of Governor Palin. But Couric has nothing on Obama's people; they're actually using their dishonest video as a fundraiser to make more dirty money. I call it such because it's being collected on a knowingly false premise. We could spend all day on the ridiculosity of a President targeting a private citizen--an irrelevant one at that, so he would have us believe. This irrelevant woman somehow manages to provoke the most powerful man in the free world to hold brainstorming sessions to figure out how to handle her influence. And for those who say it's Obama for America, not the President himself, who is responsible for this, let's be real. Does anyone really think he doesn't have his hands all up and through what gets circulated in the name of his re-election?

Let's not forget that in the spirit of intense competition affiliated with the madness of March, HBO strategically planned the release date of Game Change, which they hoped would be a game changer itself. They expected Governor Palin to be knee-deep in a presidential campaign now, and they had just the thing to cut her down--a movie composed of a plethora of both flagrant fouls and bad calls by officials on the take. They clearly hadn't imagined that she was being genuine when she repeatedly said she didn't need a title to make a difference. Now it's the fourth quarter in this game of politics President Obama and his surrogates have been playing, and they know the clock is winding down. Desperate times call for desperate measures, I suppose. However, their attempts to send Governor Palin limping to the bench, never to re-emerge, have fallen flat and will continue to fall flat. If they haven't figured that out yet, I recommend they take note of her high school championship basketball game in March of 1982 when, injured, the Wasilla Warrior nailed the shot that secured the state championship for her team. It's 2012, but she's still a warrior, and this is March after all.

HBO's sensationalism might appeal to those hungry for more of the same lame anti-Palin propaganda, but everyone with a modicum of common sense knows that the same person who turned her hometown into the fastest growing business city in Alaska, defeated a big-name incumbent in her run for governor of the largest state, possessed an approval rating of nearly 90 percent, exposed corruption, negotiated the largest private sector infrastructure project in North American history, became the first woman on the Republican ticket, energized the Party, and carried Senator McCain farther than he could have possibly gone without her, all while raising a wide-ranging family, could not possibly be the same individual Julianne Moore portrays. Furthermore, why would anyone believe sources who are too afraid to reveal their identities when sources close to the Governor, people with real names and identifiable faces, have shot the movie down?

As smart as liberals purport to be, enveloped in their ivy league world of academia, they sure can't put two and two together, and they certainly don't think the rest of us can. I'm just one of those bitter clingers, so excuse me as I steal a line from Scripture to address them: "Much learning doth make thee mad."

March has always brought basketball enthusiasts a yearning for more and more madness. We make predictions, fill out brackets, and enjoy the ride. We experience the proverbial thrill of victory and the agony of defeat--and we love every minute of it. The political madness this March has been a horse of different color, however. And lest I be blamed for that old-fashioned Republican "racism" (Yes, even black conservatives get accused of being racist against the President), let me help ease liberals' race-card-playing minds: I'm speaking metaphorically, okay? It's that season, and folks have lost their minds, sure enough. It leaves rational people pondering what April might bring. Considering what liberals have done with the concept of March Madness, there's no telling what they might attempt with April Fools' Day.

Mark Levin: Nicolle Wallace and Steve Schmidt Evil Cowards

Mark Levin described Nicolle Wallace and Steve Schmidt as evil, two-faced, and cowards in his latest show. The hit movie, Game Change reflects their twisted version of events involving forming Alaska Governor Sarah Palin during the McCain campaign of 2008.

Audio transcript retrieved from SarahNET.


Monday, March 12, 2012

Let’s Talk About the Real Issues, Mr. President

Governor Palin today posted on Facebook:

The far Left continues to believe American voters are not smart enough to grasp the diversionary tactics it employs to distract us from the issues our President just doesn’t want to talk about – issues that affect us all every day and must be addressed.

Exhibit A in these diversionary tactics is an absurd new attack ad President Obama has released taking my comments out of context. I’m not running for any office, but I’m more than happy to accept the dubious honor of being Barack Obama’s “enemy of the week” if that includes the opportunity to debate him on the issues Americans are actually concerned about. (Remember when I said you don’t need a title to make a difference?)

Just off the top of my head, a few of these concerning issues include: a debt crisis that has us hurtling towards a Greek-style collapse, entitlement programs going bankrupt, a credit downgrade for the first time in our history, a government takeover of the health care industry that makes care more expensive and puts a rationing panel of faceless bureaucrats between you and your doctor (aka a “death panel”), $4 and $5 gas at the pump exacerbated by an anti-drilling agenda that rejects good paying energy sector jobs and makes us more dependent on dangerous foreign regimes, a war in Afghanistan that seems unfocused and unending, a global presidential apology tour that’s made us look feeble and ridiculous, a housing market in the tank, the longest streak of high unemployment since World War II, private-sector job creators and industry strangled by burdensome regulations and an out-of-control Obama EPA, an attack on the Constitutional protection of religious liberty, an attack on private industry in right-to-work states, crony capitalism run amok in an administration in bed with their favored cronies to the detriment of genuine free market capitalism, green energy pay-to-play kickbacks to Obama campaign donors, and a Justice Department still stonewalling on a bungled operation that armed violent Mexican drug lords and led to the deaths of hundreds of innocent people.

I’m sure I missed a few things, but the list is just for starters. Along with millions of others, I’m willing and free to discuss these issues with the President anywhere, anytime; and I’m sure any of the four patriots currently running for the GOP nomination would also welcome the opportunity to talk about the problems everyday Americans face due to the abject failure of our current administration’s politics. The President will dismiss all of these problems by saying, “Well, uh, ‘change isn’t easy.’” But considering that candidate Obama promised to turn back the waters and heal the planet, the American people had at least a reasonable expectation that, at the bare minimum, he wouldn’t bankrupt our country.

This latest ad is quite odd, but also quite telling. It shows that our President sure seems fearful of discussing the economy, energy prices, and all the other problems people need addressed. And intended or not, now that his ad opens up the discussion of Barack Obama’s radical past associations and the radical philosophy that shaped his ideas about his promised “fundamental transformation” of our country, I welcome the media to join ordinary Americans in finally vetting Barack Obama. The media failed to do so in 2008 to the detriment of us all. Maybe this time around they can do their job.

They might start by noting the President’s heavily edited attack ad. Breitbart’s Ben Shapiro helps them out in this piece. Please read it all.

- Sarah Palin


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Sarah Palin Radio: GOP Ad Man: "Game Change" like National Enquirer

Sarah Palin Radio

Over the last weekend HBO aired Game Change, the controversial movie based on the equally controversial book of the same title. On Sunday, March 11, REELZ brang The Undefeated to TV. An encore airs tonight at 2200 / 10 PM EDT and March 25 at 1730 / 5:30 PM EDT. Unlike Game Change, The Undefeated tells the true story about Sarah Palin's accomplishments as Governor of Alaska, how she brought reform to her state and how her enemies tried to destroy her.

Tucker S.Q.: Game Change "Truthish like National Enquirer"
LaDonna Hale Curzon, Executive Producer and Host of Sarah Palin Radio interviewed Fred Davis, who was the chief creative and media consultant to the McCain-Palin campaign. Davis was portrayed in a key role in the movie.

Davis is well-renowned for his attention-grabbing GOP ads. About the movie and what he called his "bit part," he said it was "interesting." Davis is friends with the people who made the movie and with the two men who wrote the book on which the movie was very loosely based. Davis said the movie was "an interpretation of history, and S.Q. said "it was 'truthish.' It reminded me of National Enquirer."

"There's certainly truth in most of the things you saw, but was it an exact interpretation of history? Far from it," Davis said. Curzon said that the movie raises questions about who gets to write history, but Davis said, "it was entertainment. HBO sells entertainment. It's not the History Channel."

"Were there any scenes in the movie that you might have had a problem with." Curzon asked. "There were millions, LaDonna...again, it's back to entertainment. Those guys - they started with a book - but [the book] was about every campaign in 2008. [The book] was brilliantly researched. I was a source for it, so I know how they did it. They're crafty little lads and they checked every word and made sure they got it right."

Film Makers Used Gov. Palin for Entertainment Appeal, Sales

Davis said the film makers had to take the book which on average would require four to five days to read and render it as a two-hour movie. "They looked at all the campaigns and decided that the most interesting, colorful, entertaining and sales-worthy character was Sarah Palin." Out of the 900 pages in the book, the movie makers took the 100 pages that involved Gov. Palin and featured it in the movie.

Davis said people connected with the movie did contact him prior to its production. But, Davis noted many errors in details. When the movie opens, he said it set in a "small, crummy conference room" in a "not so attractive office." The actual meeting was held in a beautiful boardroom at either the Ritz Carlton or the Four Seasons in Phoenix, AZ. The movie was filled with "that's not right, that's not right, and that's not right moments."

Gov. Palin Presented as Wild Caricature

Davis said "some of the story about Sarah was accurate and some of it is what I would call wild caricature." Though Davis had limited access to Gov. Palin, he recalled her gubernatorial campaign which she ran "on a shoestring" budget of $50,000. He produced some of her ads. His package proposal at $200,000 was four times Gov. Palin's entire campaign budget. Davis noted that the movie got several facts wrong about the selection of Gov. Palin as McCain's VP nominee.

Davis said the morning before her acceptance speech at the convention, Gov. Palin was having her hair worked on by two women, literally doing a complete beehive up-do on side- and a hair down style on the other so she could pick between the styles. Davis suggested the up-do and it ultimately became the iconic Sarah Palin style. But, Davis said the movie depicted her as giddy walking among racks of dresses. He was the second insider to say that she was serious, not giddy.

Curzon asked Davis "why do you think the public is still so enthralled with her?"

"You have the front-runner Mitt Romney, who will likely be the Republican nominee. And every story you read says he can't close the sale. I think people are looking for new and different. Rick Santorum appears to be new and different. Newt Gingrich, not so much so, but he presented a 'new and different new' and people liked that for a while. Herman Cain for a while was outsider grey. Rick Perry for a while was outsider grey. And I think Sarah Palin was always the ultimate outsider....I think people are striving for the different - desperate - considering the state of the economy and the world."

Gov. Palin Captures Real Hope

Davis said for several weeks, Gov. Palin "was the biggest celebrity in the world....and she is still a major celebrity...she captured real hope versus Obama's selling of hope that didn't really arrive."

Curzon asked Davis if he had seen The Undefeated. Davis had not seen it. As Curzon did her broadcast, her family was watching The Undefeated on a lower floor. She said it was fascinating that there are two movies battling it out on the same weekend about Gov. Palin's story.

This interview marked the fourth and final installment in Curzon's "Game Change, Game On" series.

Curzon is the Executive Producer and Host of Sarah Palin Radio. Since Sarah Palin Radio was launched in 2008, the program has been covered on MSNBC, CNN, WUSA, "America's Morning News," Agence France-Presse TV, SVT Sweden TV, PJTV, United Press International,The Washington Times, The Washington Post, The New York Times, The New Yorker magazine and numerous blogs and radio shows. The executive producer and host was named "Worse Person in the World" by Keith Olbermann on his MSNBC show and acknowledged by Gov. Palin in her best-selling book Going Rogue.

Curzon is also the Associate Producer of US Tea Party Radio and a contributor to PJTV and Breitbart's Big Government and Big Hollywood.

Audio Transcript of Fred Davis Interview

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