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Mr.L: Sarah Palin Dismantles Obama SOTU on Twitter #SOTUGottaBeKidding

Mr. L described former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin’s compendium of Tweets during and in response to Obama’s State of the Union address as being "the proper response," as well as her Facebook Note today summarizing the Tweets. He also said Palin endorsee Ted Cruz is coming under attack by GOP establishment RINOs and added that Cruz should stand strong and not cave into their pressure. He said Gov. Palin "needs to step up to the plate in four years" and run for President "or our country is deep trouble." Mr. L said he no longer likes Marco Rubio, because Rubio has been corrupted. He sharply criticized Rubio for wiping his mouth and taking water scarcely 15 minutes into a run-of-the-mill response. Gov. Palin by contrast was thrust upon the world stage before 70 million people with little preparation, having just had a baby, and with a teleprompter that broke down mid-speech. "If she was nervous, I didn’t even notice it," Mr. L said. "Everything was riding on her, and she delivered with no sweat, no pressure….she didn’t have to take a drink of water."

"You know what disgusts me about this party – this Republican party that if you consider yourself conservative you still belong to? She hit this speech out of the park, re-energized the conservative base, and she re-energized people last night. I mean how many people were depressed to have to go through this and listen to this crap over and over again?"

He cited someone who said "this woman is trouble," in reference to Gov. Palin how the GOPe sees her exactly that way. Just as Reaganites had to fight the George H.W. Bush establishment, Palinistas have to fight the Rove establishment. Leaked emails show that Rove in fact declared war on conservatives. "You need to choose what side you’re on," Mr. L said.

He spoke about RINOs who voted for Obama in 2008 because they "couldn’t live with Sarah Palin." He continued, "you mean 30 months of these economic ‘joys’ was preferable to her?" Though Rove lied about being involved in the Texas US Senate primary, he and his cronies actually financed and supported Sen. Cruz’s opponent David Dewhurst. Gov. Palin endorsed, financially supported, and stumped for Sen. Cruz, and Mr. L said the GOP establishment hates her for it. "She encroached on their turf." Mr. L said the GOP establishment probably hates Gov. Palin more than the left does. "It’s a war people. You better get in the fight…and know whose side you’re on," he concluded.

Mr. L wrote in his synopsis:

Sarah Palin explodes on Twitter during SOTU and responds to Obama’s speech. #SOTU becomes #SOTUGottaBeKidding! Palin’s response on Twitter and Facebook to Obama’s recycled claims and promises was just what I was looking for last night. Instead, we got Marco Rubio. Jeffery Lord dismantles Karl Rove and the establishment republicans in his latest article. It’s clear that Rove and his GOPe cronies have declared war on grass roots conservatives. As of February, 13, 2013, it’s Palin conservatives vs. Rove republicans. It’s a war people. So you better figure out what side you’re on now.

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  • BlueGood

     She’s unleashed and free to speak her mind where ever, whenever…..Sarah Palin TWO OH SIXTEEN!

    Sarah Palin 2016!!!!

  • blackbird

    "It’s a war people… you better get in the fight" To fully understand it’s a war, think about that, and let it sink in. There are no compromising with these people, it’s us or them.

    God bless and protect all who support and defend Sarah Palin the next President of The United States of America and her family.

    Time to Move…

  • Jthom26837

     Mr. L, that was great sir. You stood up and cheered for our Lady Sarah Palin. In addition, I agree with you that Marco Rubio’s History, blown into oblivion. In closind, I’ll read that article by Jeffrey Lord over at American Spectator. Thank You.
     I stand with Sarah Palin!!

  • n4cerinc

    Excellent, Mr.L! Now that you contrasted Rubio’s moment with that of Gov Palin in front of 70 million people, we are literally talking separating the Women from the boys. 

    "He sharply criticized Rubio for wiping his mouth and taking water scarcely 15 minutes into a run-of-the-mill response. Gov. Palin by contrast was thrust upon the world stage before 70 million people with little preparation, having just had a baby, and with a teleprompter that broke down mid-speech. “If she was nervous, I didn’t even notice it,” Mr. L said. “Everything was riding on her, and she delivered with no sweat, no pressure….she didn’t have to take a drink of water.”

    • Mr.L

      thanks. I can’t believe how many dopes are defending him and his goof off when he reached for the fluids. I keep hearing how we’re supposed to concentrate on Rubio’s message. I forgot his message when he swayed off camera to get the water. I hear icons of talk radio claim that it was the best response ever given. I say it was the most awkward SOTU response given. they would never defend her if she did something like this.

      • goldenprez

        Mr. L … Let me take you back to 1960.

        John F. Kennedy debates Richard Nixon.

        John F. Kennedy looks "cool, calm, handsome, confident, etc. …"

        Richard Nixon is sweating profusely. So much so that you can see the beads of sweat on his forehead and upper lip.

        Should we hazard a guess as to how many times the kinescope, especially the close-ups of Nixon, was replayed during the runup to the election?

        Right! Not necessary.

        Mr. Rubio’s tape will be replayed ad infinitum, ad naseum. Sweating, nervous, dry-mouthed.

        Only the Hannitys and Limbaughs will remember anything he said. Everybody else, including the voting population, will see it for exactly what it is.

        An amateur choking his big moment in the spotlight. Weak, insecure, and lacking conviction. Anyone remember the Bobby Jindal rebuttal?

        Throw them all out! The status quo must go!

        Believe none of what you hear, and only half of what you see.

        Illegitimi non carborundum.

        Barracudas Maximus.

        • blueniner

          Jindahl got barbqued by the media and even some Conservatives for his appearance. Once they start that Rissing star stuff, as Hannuty is want to do, it is the kiss of death.

          • goldenprez

            blueniner … They are all, Hannity, et al, part and parcel of the establishment Ministry of Propaganda.

            They depend upon these nebbishes (person without a soul) for their livelihood. They depend upon these nebbishes to validate their bona fides as "conservatives."

            Sean Hannity is exactly what he appears to be: a former contractor, short order cook, lawn mower, with virtually no formal education, who has never had an original thought enter his head. He is an "everyman" who trades on his "likeability," with absolutely no substance nor gravitas.

            These "talking heads" will continue to push the overrated nebbish flavor of the week, without ever questioning their "convictions." Should these guys get "mad at them," and stop frequenting their programs, they will soon be out of work.

            And they know it!

            They are as gutless as their establishment "guests."

            Throw them all out! The status quo must go!

            Believe none of what you hear, and only half of what you see.

            Illegitimi non carborundum.

            Barracudas Maximus.

            • alien4palin

              I have been and am on the same page for years.

      • blueniner

        Mr. L what do you think of Hannuty taking to the airwaves and TV pimping Roooobio at every chance he gets? One day for the hell of it I counted 11 RMs, (Roobio mentions), then the other day on the air he asked two of his guests what did you think of Marco Rooobios rebuttal? Is Hannuty his manager? I cant take this, and there is four years to go to 2016, I think Hannutys ratings are dropping on TV from all this repetition. Then the other choir at FOX chirps in, FOX and Frauds, and the The FIVE they are now all Roooobio sychophants. It is hard to take. Keep an eye on it if you havent already that would make for a good Podcast in the future.

        • Mr.L

          Most likely. He’s a good guy but he’s a company man. As I said in my latest, I’m almost convinced that all of this attention that Dr. Carson is getting is coming from Fox and Roger Ailes. Ailes I believe also is a Rube-ite. I’m sure he’s directed a memo out to all personnel to fluff Gunga din. As for Hannity’s show, cannot listen to him on the radio. I’ve boycotted Fox since Sarah didn’t resign there.

  • daisy_mae

    Mr. L!  I don’t even know what to say.  This is FIERCE!  Thank you!!  To be reminded of the teleprompter breaking during the Governor’s speech!!  I’m telling you, should America be so blessed to have her as our president, I would look forward to hearing from President Palin every single day!!!

  • Timothy Jacques

    If the GOP was serious for 2016 (or just serious in general) it should had been Palin for the rebuttal.

    If  it was Palin at the Tea Party response, YOU JUST KNOW that Rubio would be hearing crickets.  There would be a whooshing sound as the MSM would stampede to the TP media room. 

    MSM to Palin…..moths to a flame.

    • Mr.L

      As I mentioned, she gave her response on Twitter and the next day on facebook. What was great about her facebook response was the optimism she showed when she said: "Our country didn’t weather a Revolution, two World Wars, a Civil
      War, a Great Depression, and countless other political and economic
      storms, just to be sunk by the dangerous policies of this current
      administration. We’re stronger than this. As President Reagan said, “I
      do not believe in a fate that will fall on us no matter what we do. I do
      believe in a fate that will fall on us if we do nothing.”
      And this is what I have been feeling over the last couple of weeks. Just no one in the GOP has the balls to say it. And she said it a lot nicer than I would have. There’s no way this country, after what it has been through, is going to be destroyed by some fake, corrupt, red diaper baby Chicago alderman. This country will one day rise again.

      • blueniner

        Right on Mr. L, by the way, let me say your last two podcasts were superb!

        • Mr.L

          thanks. glad you enjoyed them.

    • alien4palin

      Wishful thinking!!! GOP will never in a million invite Sarah to participate in any shape or form even when they know she can win the presidency for them.

  • Jon Kelly


    • Mr.L

      Yep as Levin and the American Spectator have discovered Rove was, as most of us guessed for years, anti Reagan.

  • goldenprez

    Let’s get this straight, right here and right now!

    This "take back the Republican Party" is a pipe dream. It will take years. Not just 2 or 3 two-year election cycles. We are talking about 10-20 years. It is a total and complete waste of time, energy, and monetary resources.

    The GOP has thousands of apparachiks from local to state to federal level in every state of the union. These people control the GOP from top to bottom. They are purging all conservatives from their ranks. These people are not popularly elected. They are put in place by Party elections closed to the public at large. Only card-carrying members of the Party can put these people in place. The structure is designed to keep the establishment in place.

    It will take more effort to oust these people from control of the GOP than to just run local, state, and federal candidates for office against their picks. All attempts to oust these people will be fought "in the dark." There will no head-to-head confrontations in front of the general public where the competing messages will be aired. It will all be done in the "back rooms," and out of sight.

    Conservative candidates must run out in the open, where the conservative message is pitted against the GOP appeasement message for all to make their choice. All time, energy, and monetary resources have to be targeted to head-to-head confrontation. This can never happen "within" the GOP.

    Yes, the "war" against conservatives by the GOP is on. However, conservatives cannot win this "war" if it is fought as a "guerrilla war." Skirmishes over control of the state GOP apparatus will not win the war. They will just thin out and extend conservative resources to the point of being ineffective. Winning these skirmishes will take valuable time, and keep the war going forever.

    The enemy must be engaged out in the open, in battles. The most prominent example would be the Ted Cruz run, and victory, in the Texas Senate primary. This battle pitted the establishment against the conservatives, our message versus theirs, not behind closed doors but where everyone and anyone could evaluate the difference and make their choice.

    The result was a major victory in a major battle. A loss for the establishment that they were unable to spin as a "victory" for themselves in any way, shape, or form. They were beaten, and beaten convincingly.

    Deb Fisher in Nebraska was another conservative victory over the establishment in a major battle.

    This is the way conservatives must go. We cannot get bogged down and sidetracked in Party politics within the GOP. The conservative message will beat the GOP establishment message very time it entails head-to-head competition.

    As Mr. L says, it is time to choose a side. Either waste your time attempting the "fool’s errand" of "taking back the Republican Party," or actively advocate the conservative message by finding good candidates, getting them on the ballot, in any way possible, and doing everything necessary to get them elected. 

    Throw them all out! The status quo must go!

    Believe none of what you hear, and only half of what you see.

    Illegitimi non carborundum.

    Barracudas Maximus.

    • Mr.L
      • goldenprez

        Mr. L … Does this mean you are starting to lean in the direction in which I am pointing ? … lol

        Of course, I read that piece. I believe it just proves my point, in spades.

        Will Mrs. Palin get out in front of this movement? I believe she will. As I said, many times, I do not have any inside information about her plans, but I would be willing to wager that we are going to be seeing quite a bit of activity from Mrs. Palin, in this direction, in the runup to the elections of 2014.

        I do not have to get ready to get behind her at a moment’s notice. I was born ready.

        I suggest that all constitutional, common sense conservatives get ready now to implement "sudden and relentless reform."

        As a side note, Dr. Carson looks good on paper. However, when asked by Hannity who he "likes," he mentioned Marco Rubio and Bobby Jindal. No mention of Mrs. Palin.

        It remains to be seen if he is the "real deal."

        Throw them all out! The status quo must go!

        Believe none of what you hear, and only half of what you see.

        Illegitimi non carborundum.

        Barracudas Maximus.

        • blueniner

          I caught that too, no Palin mention, but then there are others that say well she is not on radar at the moment, to me she has always been on the radar.

        • 08hayabusa

          I absolutely enjoy your posts. Keep them coming please.

          Like you I spotted the leader in Sarah from the moment I heard her speak at the convention accepting the nomination for VP.

          And also like you I pushed hard for her to run. I know everyone was tired of hearing me promote her.

          I can say with certainty now that Sarah has more insight and political instincts than I do. Because as disappointing as it was when she said she was not running, I can clearly see now why she didn’t. All the people who were not supporting her the last time around are now clearly in her corner after this last election fiasco.

          And she clearly needs that in order to win. It was certainly one of those tough love moments and she clearly made the right choice.

          There was no way she could have won fighting the Media, the Democratic machine and the GOP machine as well. But now that the GOP machine has been completely shown up to be the fools that they are, Sarah will be able to garner the votes necessary for a win. And if not her, she will make damn sure there is a like minded person in her place.

        • alien4palin

          I thought he gave an excellent speech, almost verbatim of what Sarah Palin has been saying consistently for years. Presented and articulated in different style is where they differed.

          I watched Hanitty’s interview and take special note when he responded to Hanitty’s question naming Rubio, Jindal….anticipating to see if he mention Sarah as well. Nada. Among the Republic Party there is a tacit effort to never mention her name which one cannot miss in the past years.

          I have been musing about where Dr.Carson fits in, in the big picture.
          He was invited to speak by the Republican establishment. Are we going to witness a repeat of how OB was propelled to the national stage with his convention speech in 2004. De ju vu!!!

          • dmac8889

            Hannity had An Coulter discussing 2016. She stated "NO WOMEN", "You know who I mean Sean."

            • alien4palin

              Ah, coulter, the champagne socialist who swims in the same vile and disgusting sewer with the like of loathsome foul mouth, billy boy says it all.

              "NO WOMEN" We know WHO she meant. coulter is a sorry excuse of the human race.

      • goldenprez

        Mr. L … My reply to you was written before I heard your podcast on Dr. Carson.

        An excellent podcast, not just because, as usual, we are on the same page as concerns Dr. Carson.

        I am always perturbed that our so-called conservative brethren are so quick to embrace whomever is the "flavor of the month," just because the conservative talking heads of the Ministry of Propaganda accept them without reservation.

        No vetting whatsoever. Just fawning, slavering, kow-towing to whoever tells them what they want to hear. It appears that they are willing to accept any charlatan without any research whatever concerning the "convictions" of these "saviors."

        Marco Rubio was accepted as the "real deal" in Florida, only because in contrast to Charlie Crist he appeared to be conservative. In contrast to Mr. Crist almost anyone would appear conservative. Mr. Rubio had long history of GOP Jeb Bush adherence.

        As I said, an excellent podcast. Any supposed "Palinistas" who turned their backs on you, are just kidding themselves. They are not true "Palinistas," nor conservatives. Just more sheep to be led to the slaughter.

        I have your back.

        Your Dr. Carson podcast should be displayed front and center on this website.

        Throw them all out! The status quo must go!

        Believe none of what you hear, and only half of what you see.

        Illegitimi non carorundum.

        Barracudas Maximus.

    • alien4palin

      Totally agree!!! Grassroots, Grassroots, Grassroots……the way to go.

      When one is diagnosed with a cancerous tumour, the wisdom is to seek urgent treatment to cut out the tumour for survival. I find it strange that the Republican Party had been suffering a terminal malady liken to a cancerous tumour but there appeared to be much reluctant to be rid of the tumour instead wishing & hoping for a miracle cure.

  • DocBarry1

    Mr. L is so right on, as usual, but to me his main point is that Gov Palin must run for the Presidency in 2016.

    MR. L thanks for being there for us and, especially, the Governor

  • blackbird

    Thanks Mr. L, it really sunk in, it’s a war.

    • Mr.L


    • alien4palin

      The sooner good folks accept it is what it is…’s war….allow more time for serious preparation and battle readiness.

      • blackbird

        You are correct alien4palin. I am ready.

  • palin45potus

    I check Mr L’s Tavern each and every night for an update, plus the twitter account for some of the most pertinent info in conservative-land that there is.

    I feel as though I have a "Brother-in arms" when I hear you talk, my friend.

    To know that I’m not alone in my awareness that the talk-radio conservatives aren’t necessarily on the side of what is right.

    To know that someone else sees what I have seen in this great warrior from the last frontier, who seems unspoiled by the polluted political system that seems to be well beyond saving down here in the lower 48.

    I think an important project we need to pursue as conservatives is to kinda take the evidence compiled by Mark Levin, Jeffrey Lord, Craig Shirley and these other remnants of the Reagan era, and expand on it.

    Who is who in the GOP? For example, who is Alex Conant? Well, he’s Marco the Waterboy’s new campaign guru of some title or another. What’s he done in his past? Well, he started out working for Donald Evans, who was in Dubya’s Cabinet, and was a Business pal of Dubya’s dating all the way back to when Dubya gave up the booze, as it was related in Dubya’s book.

    That’s just an example of the biographical information we need to understand so that when these flacks go on Faux and spread disinformation, we understand who they are and can rapidly respond accordingly.

    It would have been nice to know back in 2008 that Nicole Wallace was previously known as Nicole Devonish, and both her and eventual husband Mark Wallace had long-time ties to the Bush Family. Especially as they led the campaign ship into every iceberg and rock they could find.

    If anyone has any ideas about how to proceed with this, I’m interested in helping.

    I would like to die knowing that my Grandchildren’s future looks good, and so far, no one aside from Sarah Palin and a few of her finds like Ted Cruz are giving me a warm, fuzzy feeling.

    • goldenprez

      palin45potus … Have I not been keeping you up-to-date, lo, these many years? … lol

      Have I not pointed out, time and time again, that these "conservative" talk show hosts are part and parcel of the establishment Ministry of Propaganda?

      Have I not been telling everyone and anyone, "Believe none of what you hear, and only half of what you see?"

      One does not need to know who Rubio’s consultants are. Nor any other member of the GOP establishment. That they are part of the GOP establishment is enough to question their motives and lack of principles.

      We are now going to see a "new breed" of political charlatan. They are going to call themselves "independents." They are going to espouse conservative principles, but attempt to distance themselves from the GOP. However, when asked who they "like," they are going to give themselves away by mentioning Marco Rubio and Bobby Jindal.

      Until proven otherwise, I am going to keep my eye on the sleeves of Dr. Ben Carson.

      You heard it here first.

      Throw them all out! The status quo must go!

      Believe none of what you hear, and only half of what you see.

      Illegitimi non carborundum.

      Barracudas Maximus.

    • Mr.L

      I really appreciate those kind words. And that information.

  • 08hayabusa

    Mr. L this was outstanding! Thank You. Please keep them coming.

  • dmac8889

    Mr. L, we shared a viewing of ‘Undefeated’ together on a afternoon in Manhattan, only I didn’t know who you were then. We share very similar thoughts, as I understood from the day after the 2008 Election when FoxNews -BOR’s Factor – allowed Carl Cameron to go on the show with "Anonymous Sources" to attack Sarah Palin on a personal level, was the moment I recognized that the GOP leadership not only feared her, but decided to do what was necessary to take her down. I now even question the motives of President Bush allowing his Treasury Secretary Paulson to take down Lehman Brothers, which cause the stock market to crash. Then of course going public with TARP which put Bush directly polar opposite as his own Party..

    Is it such a stretch to think that Big Money Donors, people even within the Campaign itself admitting they voted for Obama, that this was not the general thought inside the White House. The Bush Family and their operatives didn’t build the GOP for decades to watch Sarah Palin and her hobbits resurrect the Reagan "Voodoo Economics" and ram their version of Christianity and Pro-LIFE down their throats.

    Is this so difficult to comprehend? What do you think Hillary was thinking and kept to herself watching Obama as a State Senator speaking at the 2004 Democrat Convention? Palin was the most popular Governor in the country, and was drawing crowds the Bush Family never witnessed before. Bush also had a personal grudge against Palin because she took down the Republican leadership in Alaska. Randy Ruedrich was National Party leader. She took down Murkowski who was not only a friend of Bush, but was considering running for President in 2008 upon being reelected Governor. Add to this Tony Knowles was GW Bush’s Fraternity roommate at Yale.

    When McCain was told all summer of 2008 that he couldn’t have Lieberman as his VP choice, decided upon Palin at the last minute. This was seen in the White House as McCain being "spiteful". Does the actions of Paulson then seem such a stretch when all summer Obama led by eight points, suddenly in the first week in Sept. 2008 trailing by 4 points? One week later Paulson brought on the financial collapse they knew would occur once Lehman Brothers was taken down. Well Obama was in on it, and my proof is on Page 378 in ‘Game Change’. It will make your hair stand on edge.

    The Republican Party has a Sarah Palin problem: They can’t win without her, and they don’t want to win with her.

    • Mr.L

      Well thanks for remembering me there. the day of that screening was a great one for me. any time I watch the Undefeated DVD that day is in my mind. It really boggles my mind when I think how the GOP, pre 2008 & McCain, had virtually ignored this vibrant, accomplished, and dynamic woman’s success and leadership up there in Alaska. My only guess as to why they were doing it was because, also in her record, was taking on people in her own party, like Ruedrich and Murkowski. So they did know about her but they saw what she did as a negative. I totally agree that the financial success was somehow related to Obama getting elected. I’d be willing to bet my life that Soros was behind the run on the banks that led up to the crash. Sad thing is the same thing can happen again.

  • alien4palin

    Mr. L, I had a chance to listen with undivided attention to your most excellent podcast last night!!! Your message is absolutely spot on and you hit it out of the ball park. I hope every one of your podcast goes viral and reaches all your fellow Americans and beyond.

    Thank you, Mr.L. America & Sarah need more messengers & defenders like you to unite the Choir to sing from the same song book.

    • Mr.L

      Thanks. In Sarah’s league? No. I’m simply a messenger –or a hit man lol– in Sarah’s army.

      • alien4palin

        Ah, but what a messenger and defender of Sarah!!! Hit man too, (lol). Even the greatest general like Sarah needs a large army to win a war. Looking forward to your next podcast.

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