Sarah Palin is out as a Fox News Channel contributor

In this Saturday, Feb. 11, 2012 file photo, Sarah Palin, the GOP candidate for vice-president in 2008, and former Alaska governor, delivers the keynote address to activists from America's political right at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington. Full Story
serfs up

Kissimmee, FL

#31 Jan 29, 2013
Doggy Style wrote:
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Vomit? Sarah is about my age and I think she's very attractive. Plus she has good eyesight. Sarah can she Russia from her backyard.
I also think she's nothing like she pretends to be. Basically Sarah is trailer trash. Doggy likes his chicks a little on the trashy side.
Lasty, I have a whole rack of Sarah fantasies.
Woof Woof
I am glad you can see 20/20. That means the areas affected by Hurricane Sandy are fixed up now. We hear nothing. So everyone is safe. Everything is repaired. And all are back home living the life they had. The only reason I write this, is because Hurricane Katrina took some time and President Bush was terrible in his response as the media kept droning on about. Please do not disappoint me and tell me this Sandy thingy which is minor damage compared to Katrina is not fixed. that would make us all liars and political hacks if you know what I mean...wink...wink...no deaths due to unions who get so much criticism also. I am so glad.
Abner

Havertown, PA

#32 Jan 29, 2013
Too funny. Sarah Palin is too dense for Fox. Yet, Donald Trump is still a regular. Now they're accusing Obama of "1st amendment violations" because he calls them (and Rush) out for what everyone knows to be true. It'll go the same way as "you didn't build that" or death panels,Muslim, Kenyan, Benghazi..blah blah blah.
Fox is becoming more and more irrelevant every day.
serfs up

Kissimmee, FL

#33 Jan 29, 2013
Abner wrote:
Too funny. Sarah Palin is too dense for Fox. Yet, Donald Trump is still a regular. Now they're accusing Obama of "1st amendment violations" because he calls them (and Rush) out for what everyone knows to be true. It'll go the same way as "you didn't build that" or death panels,Muslim, Kenyan, Benghazi..blah blah blah.
Fox is becoming more and more irrelevant every day.
Perhaps the world elitists will allow real conservative and libertarian channels on then. Nahhhhhh!
Abner

Havertown, PA

#34 Jan 29, 2013
That would be nice. I think it's coming, though. We need the likes of Tip O'Neil who had civil dialog with Reagan..or Ted Kennedy and Orin Hatch who would fight tooth and nail on the floor, then have dinner together, work hard to compromise, and wright legislation that benefited the country. I think the tea party has killed what was once a viable party that worked as part of a system that was designed to work for America. I'm glad to see their weak flame dying out.
Obskeptic

Detroit, MI

#35 Jan 29, 2013
Abner wrote:
That would be nice. I think it's coming, though. We need the likes of Tip O'Neil who had civil dialog with Reagan..or Ted Kennedy and Orin Hatch who would fight tooth and nail on the floor, then have dinner together, work hard to compromise, and wright legislation that benefited the country. I think the tea party has killed what was once a viable party that worked as part of a system that was designed to work for America. I'm glad to see their weak flame dying out.
Closing in on seventeen trillion in debt is sure some responsible work by all those heros from the past you listed. You say the work they did was good for America. I think they killed America long before the Tea Party started speaking up and making outrageous demands like passing a balanced budget.
Wolf

Schenectady, NY

#37 Jan 29, 2013
Mr Big Bad John Roberts wrote:
<quoted text>When her ignorance was first exposed by Katie Couric, I knew that the Republiklans were going to use her, abuse her and then refuse her. I truly dread this day because it made the Republiklans the laughingstock of US politcs. Now Republican Bobby Jindal is calling his own party the party of stupid. But the racist pea brains at Fox News will have to do more than get rid of Palin to become more credible. They need to get rid of that stupid Dick Morris for his failed Romney landslide prediction.
The Republicans are going nowhere fast. Hopefully they will never wake up. They were going downhill before Palin joined the team, but she just accelerated the slide at a high rate of speed. Apparently they have no brakes and Thank God for that!
Obskeptic

Redford, MI

#38 Jan 30, 2013
Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>The Republicans are going nowhere fast. Hopefully they will never wake up. They were going downhill before Palin joined the team, but she just accelerated the slide at a high rate of speed. Apparently they have no brakes and Thank God for that!
Your so right. America would be much better off under just a one party rule with a dictator, and of course, the whole country would welcome that to be the liberal socialist democrats. Their much more responsible then the republicans. Just ask Chris Stephens.
Abner

Havertown, PA

#39 Jan 30, 2013
Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>The Republicans are going nowhere fast. Hopefully they will never wake up. They were going downhill before Palin joined the team, but she just accelerated the slide at a high rate of speed. Apparently they have no brakes and Thank God for that!
The tea party has been self-imploding for quite a while. I live in a severely conservative area, but they tend to be absent of tea party uninformed stupidity. Even here, they are quickly purging themselves of the likes of Palin, Trump, Bachman..even Governor Corbett's popularity is falling through the floor because of his calls for austerity and pro-tea party policies.
Obskeptic

Madison Heights, MI

#40 Jan 30, 2013
Abner wrote:
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The tea party has been self-imploding for quite a while. I live in a severely conservative area, but they tend to be absent of tea party uninformed stupidity. Even here, they are quickly purging themselves of the likes of Palin, Trump, Bachman..even Governor Corbett's popularity is falling through the floor because of his calls for austerity and pro-tea party policies.
The irony. Wishing for it to be so does not make it so Abner. You must live in a very safe area then if it is all conservative republicans. Try living in an all democrat area for a bit, if you can afford it.
Obskeptic

Madison Heights, MI

#43 Jan 30, 2013
Mr Big Bad John Roberts wrote:
<quoted text>Yo' Obseptic, is your crack about Mr. Stevens suppose to be funny?
What difference does it make?
Abner

Havertown, PA

#45 Jan 31, 2013
Obskeptic wrote:
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The irony. Wishing for it to be so does not make it so Abner. You must live in a very safe area then if it is all conservative republicans. Try living in an all democrat area for a bit, if you can afford it.
Wishing has nothing to do with it. Just a statement of fact. I've been in Wayne, PA for about a year. Otherwise, I spend half my time between Florida and Seattle, where I call home. Raised in Oregon. Believe me, you get lots more bang for the buck in the Northwest.
Here in the Valley Forge/Wayne area, most are very conservative..but not tea party radical, which was my point.
Obskeptic

Wixom, MI

#46 Jan 31, 2013
Abner wrote:
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Wishing has nothing to do with it. Just a statement of fact. I've been in Wayne, PA for about a year. Otherwise, I spend half my time between Florida and Seattle, where I call home. Raised in Oregon. Believe me, you get lots more bang for the buck in the Northwest.
Here in the Valley Forge/Wayne area, most are very conservative..but not tea party radical, which was my point.
I'm asking you this in all seriousness Anber. Why is it a radical concept for the people of this country to demand that Washington correct the fiscal insanity we are witness too? What end justifies the means of demonizing so many Americans that want to see economic stability for our country and the dismal future that our children are facing as a result of our generations irresponsible management of the countries economics? Forget the talking points, and the partisan foolishness and just answer me that? How does America and its people benefit from the immanent economic collapse of our dollar, and destruction of our constitution?
Abner

Havertown, PA

#48 Jan 31, 2013
Obskeptic wrote:
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I'm asking you this in all seriousness Anber. Why is it a radical concept for the people of this country to demand that Washington correct the fiscal insanity we are witness too? What end justifies the means of demonizing so many Americans that want to see economic stability for our country and the dismal future that our children are facing as a result of our generations irresponsible management of the countries economics? Forget the talking points, and the partisan foolishness and just answer me that? How does America and its people benefit from the immanent economic collapse of our dollar, and destruction of our constitution?
The concept isn't radical. The tea party was spawned out of a hyperbolic frenzy only after Bush left office and Obama assumed the presidency. It was Bush that created the debt. Spending is down across the board. Almost half of today's debt is interest on the debt that existed in 2008. I attended two so-called town hall meetings summer 08 when the tea party gained traction, one in Washington state and one in Florida. They were dominated by Freedom Works funded "patriots" who yelled and carried signs depicting Obama as Hitler, monkey or voodoo doctor. I spoke with several, these folks had very little clue as to policy, American history or the constitution, yet went on about everything from constitutional violations to Obama being a nazi or born in Kenya. It's as if the slate was wiped clean of everything the day bush left office and Obama was sworn in.
I rallied behind DeFazio against the Iraq War. I wrote letters and reached out to congress both times bush cut taxes to the wealthy and put the burden on the middle class. I protested bush the prescription drug benefit. I went to Olympia Wa, to speak out ( three times) against the obscene tax breaks that bush gave companies who outsourced American jobs overseas. I called everyone from c-span to congress when the idea that deregulation and derivative financing would lead to a housing bubble. And during all that time, I never heard anybody from the right join in. Phil Grahm's office wouldn't even take my calls any more.
Where we're these "concerned citizens" then?
Obskeptic

Wixom, MI

#50 Jan 31, 2013
Abner wrote:
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The concept isn't radical. The tea party was spawned out of a hyperbolic frenzy only after Bush left office and Obama assumed the presidency. It was Bush that created the debt. Spending is down across the board. Almost half of today's debt is interest on the debt that existed in 2008. I attended two so-called town hall meetings summer 08 when the tea party gained traction, one in Washington state and one in Florida. They were dominated by Freedom Works funded "patriots" who yelled and carried signs depicting Obama as Hitler, monkey or voodoo doctor. I spoke with several, these folks had very little clue as to policy, American history or the constitution, yet went on about everything from constitutional violations to Obama being a nazi or born in Kenya. It's as if the slate was wiped clean of everything the day bush left office and Obama was sworn in.
I rallied behind DeFazio against the Iraq War. I wrote letters and reached out to congress both times bush cut taxes to the wealthy and put the burden on the middle class. I protested bush the prescription drug benefit. I went to Olympia Wa, to speak out ( three times) against the obscene tax breaks that bush gave companies who outsourced American jobs overseas. I called everyone from c-span to congress when the idea that deregulation and derivative financing would lead to a housing bubble. And during all that time, I never heard anybody from the right join in. Phil Grahm's office wouldn't even take my calls any more.
Where we're these "concerned citizens" then?
I suppose that some who label themselves as Tea Party people may be of the character and of the motivation that you claim, but that is not even close to the experience I had interacting with them at the number of rallies that I attended. I am in the Detroit area and the only miscreants that were trouble around the gatherings I attended were John Bircher's and the union thugs that were bussed into the events to try and stir it up. The huge debt you speak of under Bush was nothing close to what this leadership has delivered us, and the worst Bush budgets started when the congress went to the hands of Speaker Pelosi. The democrat controlled senate has not even offered up a budget for a vote in over three years, and has blocked every budget the republicans have sent to the senate. I am not about to suggest that the republicans are not responsible for part of the mess we are in, but to excuse the culpability of democrats is just being subjective and partisan. We are running out of time very quickly, if we are not already past the point of no return. The government is consuming 24% of our GDP and should not be consuming more then 15%. These two parties have broken our system, its deliberate, and we must get past this divide and unite as a people or we are doomed.
Obskeptic

Wixom, MI

#52 Feb 3, 2013
Mr Big Bad John Roberts wrote:
<quoted text>Yo' dumb as hell obseptic, what the hell does your stupid post have to do with one of the funniest stories of the year:
The pea brains at Fox News firing the Alaskan airhead Sarah Palin. LOFL, one has to be stupid as hell to get fired by that sh!tty news network. Even with Palin gone, Fox News is still a crappy network.
Lol!!!!!!!!!!
Lol!!!!!!!!!!
Lol!!!!!!!!!!
Lol!!!!!!!!!!
Lol!!!!!!!!!!
Lol!!!!!!!!!!
And of course you know that because you don't watch it. Super smart people like yourself watch CNN and MSNBC, because those sources are so much more accurate and objective. The majority of the news media falls all over themselves selectively editing the news to make the republicans out to be bad, and the democrats all to be good. Broadly stereotyping and assigning thoughts and behaviors to all conservatives, or those pretending to be. Even your moniker suggests that your love of self is only out done by your ego. That level of arrogance is typical amongst the smarter then God crowd that you share company with. I would suppose that your rigid standards is cause to mock and impugn the significant amount of left wing opinion that Fox broadcasts as well. Your just so big and bad John, and I just love your hate filled focus to not educate or heal with your words, but to divide and promote collective hate towards the things and people that you don't approve of. Good for you John! Good for you.

Since: Aug 10

Buffalo, NY

#53 Feb 3, 2013
Obskeptic wrote:
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And of course you know that because you don't watch it. Super smart people like yourself watch CNN and MSNBC, because those sources are so much more accurate and objective. The majority of the news media falls all over themselves selectively editing the news to make the republicans out to be bad, and the democrats all to be good. Broadly stereotyping and assigning thoughts and behaviors to all conservatives, or those pretending to be. Even your moniker suggests that your love of self is only out done by your ego. That level of arrogance is typical amongst the smarter then God crowd that you share company with. I would suppose that your rigid standards is cause to mock and impugn the significant amount of left wing opinion that Fox broadcasts as well. Your just so big and bad John, and I just love your hate filled focus to not educate or heal with your words, but to divide and promote collective hate towards the things and people that you don't approve of. Good for you John! Good for you.
typical conservative cowardice

The media reports what is there. Conservatives come across as unintelligent because of the things THEY SAY, not because the media reports it.
Obskeptic

Sterling Heights, MI

#54 Feb 4, 2013
Abner wrote:
Too funny. Sarah Palin is too dense for Fox. Yet, Donald Trump is still a regular. Now they're accusing Obama of "1st amendment violations" because he calls them (and Rush) out for what everyone knows to be true. It'll go the same way as "you didn't build that" or death panels,Muslim, Kenyan, Benghazi..blah blah blah.
Fox is becoming more and more irrelevant every day.
What's to funny is that you think just because all the other news outlets collectively ignore these incidents, that it means they were not news worthy. Anybody that pays attention and has objective, critical thinking skills realizes that the rest of the news media is nothing more then a propaganda arm for the progressive democrats. You hate Fox because they are the only ones that are not on the democrats payroll.
Obskeptic

Sterling Heights, MI

#55 Feb 4, 2013
FFS- wrote:
<quoted text>typical conservative cowardice
The media reports what is there. Conservatives come across as unintelligent because of the things THEY SAY, not because the media reports it.
So you stand behind a crowd of bullies, pointing your accusatory finger at everything conservative. You are part of the Alynski crowd that believes just because your bullies isolate and then condemn something or someone with a concert of lying voices, that somehow it makes it so. The real courageous in our society is the conservative, and the christian, because it is those folks that get culled from the dwindling herd and then relentlessly attacked by cowards like yourself.

Since: Aug 10

Buffalo, NY

#56 Feb 4, 2013
Obskeptic wrote:
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So you stand behind a crowd of bullies, pointing your accusatory finger at everything conservative. You are part of the Alynski crowd that believes just because your bullies isolate and then condemn something or someone with a concert of lying voices, that somehow it makes it so. The real courageous in our society is the conservative, and the christian, because it is those folks that get culled from the dwindling herd and then relentlessly attacked by cowards like yourself.
LOL @ "Alynski crowd".

Nobody even knew who Alynski was until the fat drug addicted pedophile Limbaugh started making him the bogie man. You have never read any Alinsky material, nor have I, nor has 99.9% of the American Public.

"Duhhharrr.....Rush says alynski so i has to says it tooo....DARRRRR"

Hilarious!
Obskeptic

Sterling Heights, MI

#57 Feb 5, 2013
FFS- wrote:
<quoted text>LOL @ "Alynski crowd".
Nobody even knew who Alynski was until the fat drug addicted pedophile Limbaugh started making him the bogie man. You have never read any Alinsky material, nor have I, nor has 99.9% of the American Public.
"Duhhharrr.....Rush says alynski so i has to says it tooo....DARRRRR"
Hilarious!
Another classic example of you thinking you know when you don't. Rush was not the one who "outed" Alinsky, or Cloward and Piven, but knowing about them brings the needed clarity to the useful idiots that are working to dismantle our freedom.

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