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Twitter Haters, #czechyourfacts

Is it any wonder that haters in the media along with others on the left have married the art of using the mainstream media to make things up to the practice of writing satirical articles to satisfy their Palin derangement?  It’s because most of Obama’s supporters will simply look at the headline and re-tweet it as fact.  There are two types of low-information voters: those fierce independents who are learning that the media is a joke and thereby becoming more informed.  Then there are those who choose to remain so while pretending to be smarter than everyone else.  I give you the brilliance of the average Obama supporter:


And you, my dear, are an embarrassment to readers across the globe.


Because like before, you couldn’t read beyond a hating-Twitter feed. Irony.


Some people should be banned from voting.


Did you see the part about "satire," champ?


Thank God for informed Twitter friends.


Grammar much?




But alas, common sense accompanied with a little snark prevails:


It goes on and on. These people voted for Obama. They think they are smarter than you. And they can’t read.

I’ve witnessed the uninformed on the left for years attempt to make things up to hurt conservative rock stars like Governor Palin. As usual, they only accomplish proving to all where the true idiocy in the country lives. Thank you, satire for helping us out! As Governor Palin has said in the past, making lemonade out of lemons is always the best revenge.




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  • DocBarry1

    They are idiots – but many willbelieve it – so sad and Shame on them

  • PetePetretich

    Just like the Paul Revere thing and the e-mails thing, this incident makes Sarah look great! It’s also added proof that the Establishment just can’t handle the real Sarah Palin so they continuously dream up fake Sarahs that they can debunk.

    Good news for our side!

  • 56Survivor

    "May we always be happy and may our enemies know it. Be a happy warrior"–Gov. Sarah Palin.

    • dmac8889

      That is the answer. The sheep wake up to see us still standing. They don’t understand that their mocking has not removed us from the scene. Their confusion leads them to wee-wee themselves, because the ground they stand on is shifting. They begin to run from one another, pointing the finger at one another.

  • Lennart Bilén

    Palin Derangement Syndrome strikes again.
    This works not very well for the Palin haters.
    Sarah Palin is getting more powerful with every insane acquisation.
    She has my vote for 2016
    Run, Sarah, Run!!!

  • Quiet_Righty

    Let this be the last submission on that fake news item.

  • Norcalo

    Way too many people are perfectly happy to let others do their thinking for them. And the two-party system encourages that.

    • Jose R. Gonzalez

      That’s precisely what’s going on. People in today’s culture have grown up learning WHAT to think and not HOW to think. Anyone who strays from this education/indoctrination is tarred and feathered and dismissed as a fool. "They’ve exchanged the truth for a lie."

    • dmac8889

      Most people are sheep. They don’t educate themselves to debate the issues. They stand back and mock anyone who does not conform with the group, because there is safety in numbers.

  • nkthgreek

    Why should we be surprised that these people didn’t get the facts: The voted for Mr. Obama, didn’t they?

  • raiderlou

    Live your life in such a way, that if someone said something untrue about you, no one would believe it.

    • Steve_Flesher

      Hopefully the people highlighted above will take your advice in the future.

    • ZH100

      raiderlou… related to anonlou?

      By the way, how is Levi doing?

    • dmac8889

      raiderlou, what your missing is the fact that the phonies and frauds that fill the halls in Washington and our media outlets, don’t have their lives exposed, let alone lied about.

  • Aitch748

    Wanna bet that this is going to become a permanent "fact" like Sarah claiming that she could see Russia from her house (even though (1) Tina Fey said that and (2) Sarah Palin said that you could see Russia from an island that is part of Alaska)? This "Palin said to invade the Czech Republic" meme is probably going to be idiot-bait for years.

    • John W.

      Thankfully, the "Sarah Palin wants Christina Aguilera deported for botching the National Anthem at the Super Bowl" fable faded from public consciousness rather quickly, as did the "Sarah Palin is joining Al Jazeera" satire. I’m optimistic that the "Sarah Palin is calling for the invasion of the Czech Republic" meme will die a quiet death, too.

  • lyndaaquarius

    sarah palin is one whip smart lady and she’ll confidently lead our nation to prosperity,calmness and pride in our heritage.She’s a genuine leader whose nfocus is on the people’s welfare,not the establishment’s comfort and continuation. Leaders like her come around every few centuries. She’s a powerful reformer who deeply understands and honors the average American citizen. We trust her great capability and goodness by the millions of us. To many of us she’s our General Washington,just as brave and knowing and uninterested in power for its own sake. Nobody will antaganize America with Mrs. Palin in the White House,the people’s President. She’ll raise the moral high bar once again.

  • IndieDogg

    Thanks, Steve. I was all loaded up and trying to figure out which airport to use for the invasion but Prague and Chechnya were really far apart and I thought… rental car? Do they rent tanks, you think? I was a little confused. Whew, this is a load off my mind.

    [*satire*satire*satire*not serious*not serious*please read*please read*]

  • ZH100

    Great read. Thank you.

    To justify their hatred for Gov.Palin the haters have to create lies about her.

  • ZH100
  • Craig Phillips

    Yes, I agree these people are the stupidest kind of fools, but I still agree with Barbara Walters that it was a mistake for her to say that she could see North Ossetta from her dacha in Ingushetia!

    • Craig Phillips

      oops; forgot the "sarc/"

  • MaMcGriz


    Stupid strikes again.

  • dmac8889

    It is not just the LEFT that displays their PDS, but the political RIGHT also cannot help themselves when it comes to expressing their lack of seriousness when publicly commenting on Sarah Palin. It is as if they need a disclaimer to their audience that says "stay with us we are going to treat Palin seriously for just a moment, but to resolve your anguish we are going to have a little satirical fun at her expense." American Spectator, one of the most Conservative magazines in the country, published a front cover article complementing her on her Influence in ‘collecting’ candidates to serve in Congress. Only ‘AS’ lowered ITSELF (due to the fear of PDS), by applying a less than professional approach to this significant subject, by having a front cover stating “Sarah Palin’s RACK”. How did I find this? The usual Google of Sarah Palin’s name, and there Huffington Post can’t help themselves (their own PDS) to show off ‘AS’ work.

    American Spectator decided that the article didn’t deserve the appropriate
    professionalism that a former successful Governor deserves, so they added the
    front cover to draw attention to the magazine by offering up a nonsensical Tabloid (if not insulting) cover. I am a reader of American Spectator, and an admirer of the Editor-In-Chief Emmet Tyrrell’s columns. However, Tyrrell knows that using satirical narratives on a politician that is highly thought of by his magazine’s subscriber’s (which I am one) will not only not sell additional copies of his magazine, but will not add to his subscriber list. LOW-Information Voters (who tend to suffer from PDS) are not going to read what is in the article, and those that follow Palin already know what is in the article. So how does this cover help his magazine? It won’t. LEFT publications like Huffington Post will only use this to inform their readers that American Spectator has turned on Sarah Palin, knowing their readers will not venture to finding out the true substance of the article.

    If that is Tyrrell’s goal, than I will be happy to inform him I am no longer a subscriber to ‘AS’. How about a cover that matches the content of the article, which is a subject that Palin is due Professional respect? Those on the RIGHT using disclaimers to ward off potential PDS derision, will only lose the attention and respect of those in the Conservative Movement as a whole.

    • Guest

      Well said!

  • Shinoa

    What more can we do to make these robots not compute. We must keep up on them so they get so frazzled they burn up.

  • Victoria Richardson

    These people are dots to say the least. They will believe anything that tries to make Gov Palin look bad. It backfires and it should.

  • AJ40

    Your 1st paragraph hit the proverbial nail on the proverbial head. I am reminded of this and to give an example of what I’m saying. Listening to Ann Coulter being inter-viewed by Michael Medved on radio, I was aghast at the hypocrisy when both waxed eloquent about Sarah Palin–what a fine person, how she’s helped the Republican Party and Ann even naming her conservative of the year at one point. Then in a turn-about saying….But she isn’t qualified to be Vice-President much less President. But she probably has as much qualification as Harry S. Truman had when he was Vice-President. In fact, Truman’s biggest complaint was that the vice -presidency didn’t give him much to do. I don’t think that in either office Sarah would let any grass grown under her feet
    I just had to mention this because both Coulter and Medved market themselves as conservatives but Coulter goes off the rails more every time I listen to her on FOX and as I’ve mentioned in other posts, Medved is thoroughly ensconced in the Eastern Bloc Republican Establishment shot through with Rockefeller liberalism. He works off the poopsheet of the RNC, and is basically a film critic and a statistics guru. I agree if people think I have this animus against Medved. Sometimes Iwonder why except that he is a real nice guy, but too often gives out incomplete or inaccurate information and generally isn’t paying attention to what’s going on underneath what’s going on If the truth be told, David Horowitz is a far more insightful intellectual in the conservative movement. But I’m at my wits end trying to alert people to political correctness within the conservtive movement and putting a "softer touch"on evil things. Too many Repubs do just that trying to be nice or to be liked.

  • wodiej

    Ah….they reveal their own failings and weakness every time they do this. I love this quote from a writer John Hayward from Human Events:

    "Every time Palin closes her eyes and holds out her sword, a hundred liberals race up to impale themselves upon it."

    Here is entire article:

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