It’s Okay For Bill Maher

In the past week, a whirlwind of events have taken place. It mostly centers around Sandra Fluke, a Georgetown law student, going before a “mock” panel held by Nancy Pelosi after Darrel Issa determined that Fluke had no expertise on First Amendment (specifically the religion clause) issues and could not testify before the actual committee. The subject? Healthcare laws requiring ALL employers, including religious non-profit organizations, to provide healthcare coverage that covers all contraceptives for women.

I’ll get to the ins and outs of Fluke’s ridiculous claims later, but for now I want to focus on what everyone else has focused on since this charade first began. For three days after her testimony before Pelosi’s mock committee, radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh called Fluke a slut. I wholeheartedly disagree with his words; he never should have said it regardless of how frustrated he may have been by how ridiculous the debate has become. Even when I found out several years ago that my girlfriend was using me to cheat on the woman I’d been told was her ex, I wouldn’t have called her a slut; it’s not a term that should be used to describe any woman. Other words fall into that category, too (this next part is not safe for work or the kiddies) – bitch, cunt, twat and whore are among them. I’ve been called all of the above by angry liberals who don’t believe I have the right to keep breathing because of my political beliefs.

So has Bill Maher.

Maher has slung every misogynistic slur you can imagine at Sarah Palin, yet not one liberal has stood up to tell him that he’s wrong. For years he has called her all of the names I just listed and insulted Sarah’s intelligence at every turn, but the only people who recognize his hateful hypocrisy for what it really is are the conservatives who were insulted by his comments in the first place. Liberals have proven with Bill Maher that they are completely unwilling to police their own and, in fact, will rejoice when someone in their ranks does stoop to such low levels.

Just to make sure Fluke’s feelings weren’t hurt, President Obama called her up after Rush’s comments were aired by the media to tell her what a good job she’d done. She’s now making the rounds on all the requisite liberal daytime talk shows and is referring everyone to Media Matters. Fox News can’t get her publicist to return calls, however, and she’s now being represented – yes, this woman who came out of nowhere now has PR backing – by a firm owned by the current administration’s own Anita Dunn. She’s being held up as the underdog heroine of the left wing.

Today, Jay Carney held a press conference where he was asked if Obama would return a $1M donation from liberal hatemonger Bill Maher. Carney said that no, the money would not be returned – then went on to say, “language that denigrates women is inappropriate,” but it is not the President’s place to be the “arbiter” of every controversial statement.

Then, to dismiss the controversy, Super PAC head Bill Burton (the very man who has refused to return the money donated by Maher) said this about the whole thing: “The notion that there is an equivalence between what a comedian has said during the course of his career, and what the de facto leader of the Republican Party said to sexually degrade a woman who engaged in a political debate of our time is crazy.” He later referred to Maher’s comments as being made “in the past” and flatly said that Rush had lied about Fluke.

That Burton doesn’t realize just how misogynistic his buddy Maher really can be is an insult to my intelligence. What’s worse, there are women out there who will buy his ludicrous argument. Somehow, I have a very hard time believing that they would be as forgiving if, say, Ron White took the stage and said some of this stuff about liberal figures (not that Ron White is conservative, but you get my point):


My favorite there was “the Maverick and the MILF!” That was classy.


I have to ask, where was this wit when Obama mispronounced “corpsman” TWICE, in front of two different audiences?

Where was Maher’s apology after all of this? Come to think of it, where was Keith Olbermann’s apology when he called Michelle Malkin a “mashed-up bag of meat with lipstick on it”? Oh, right…he just “apologized” today, three years after the fact, after ranting that he had every right to say what he said in the first place. Maher has never even attempted to hide his contempt for women and his belief that all conservatives are morons, and this is what we get from left-wing women:


UPDATE: I forgot to include the link to the news story where I found the quotes. Click here.

I Promise to Do Violence

As I pointed out in the column I wrote yesterday, Keith Olbermann took to the airwaves to launch into a long rant about yesterday’s shooting. He laid the blame on conservatives, even going so far as to name several he sees as being somehow responsible for the tragedy (including Bill O’Reilly, who actually supports gun control laws). Primarily, however, it was a rant on “stopping the violent speech” so to speak. He said, “we need to put the guns down. More importantly, we need to put the gun metaphors away and permanently – left, right, middle, politicians and citizens, sane and insane [that one made me laugh] – this morning, in Arizona, this age in which this country could accept the quote ‘targeting’ of political opponents, and putting bulls-eyes over their faces, and of the dangerous blurring between political rallies and gun shows has ended. This morning in Arizona, this time of the ever-escalating, borderline ecstatic invocation of violence – in fact or in fantasy – in our political discourse has closed. It is essential tonight not to demand revenge, but to demand justice, to insist not upon payback against those politicians and commentators who have so irresponsibly brought us to this time of domestic terrorism…but to work to change the minds of them and their supporters. Or, if those minds tonight are too closed, or if those minds tonight are unmoved, or if those minds tonight are too triumphant, to make sure by peaceful means that those politicians and commentators and supporters have no further place in our system of government…he fired today into our liberty, and our rights to live and to agree or disagree in safety and in freedom from fear that our support or opposition will cost us our lives or our health or our sense of safety…it is a simple pledge, it is to the point, and it is essential that every American politician, and commentator, and activist, and partisan, take it and take it now. I say it first and freely: ‘violence, or the threat of violence, has no place in our democracy, and I apologize for and repudiate any act or anything in my past that may have even inadvertently encouraged violence.’ ”

First of all, this isn’t a democracy…America is actually a republic. Second, I have a huge problem with every single person being held accountable for somehow encouraging violence, whether deliberately or inadvertently.

For some time now, violent criminals have attempted to explain their crimes away by blaming them on anything or anyone but themselves. Today we see criminals committing all manner of violent crimes blaming their parents, their childhood playmates, the bullies that picked on them, the teachers that didn’t pay attention and the system for their actions. Mommy and daddy didn’t care, I was laughed at, I didn’t have the same opportunities to succeed that everyone else had, nobody cared about me – so because of all of that, I’m not responsible for what I did. You can’t send me to prison or put me to death!

We have already drifted dangerously toward a society that gives a free pass to people who use such self-pitying excuses for violent behavior. Nobody takes responsibility for their actions anymore. Guess what? I was bullied. When I was a kid, I was bullied mercilessly. Long before I knew what “gay” and “lesbian” meant, kids at school were throwing food at me and calling me those things. Dyke. Queer. Faggot. Butch. Gross. I still take responsibility for the things I do and say. I’m not out there killing people and blaming it on how I was treated in high school. In like manner, I am not out there committing violent acts and blaming it on someone else’s words. We cannot allow ourselves to fall into the hate-speech rabbit hole, otherwise we’ll end up giving up every single one of our freedoms in the process.

I cannot, and refuse to, promise not to do violence. What happens if my country is attacked? What if I join the military to defend this country? I would need to be able to do violence in that case. What if someone threatens me or my family or my friends? Should I then stand by and watch helplessly while a thug strips them, rapes them, and takes everything they have? Should I beg for my life from someone who will enjoy hearing such pleas?

No, I should not – and I WILL NOT. What I will promise, as I have promised before, is that I will try my best not to need violence. I am not a violent person and I would not condone its use against anything that isn’t immediately putting my life or the life of another in peril.

However, should I see one of those I care for in harm’s way, I promise, I will do violence on their behalf. Should I see any innocent person being threatened by one of those animals who cannot accept responsibility, I promise I will fight until my last breath to protect them. If I am not armed and have only my bare hands, I will use them as the tools they are and beat that animal until they stop moving. If I am armed, I will aim with a steady hand and make every shot count. I pray I never need to, but should another Jared Lee Loughner ever dare to threaten innocent lives within arm’s reach of me, I promise to do violence until he stops – and I promise I will not fail.

There’s your pledge, Mr. Olbermann. Take it or leave it. I am an American, dammit, and I will not be a victim. Nor will I expect any innocent soul to make themselves such.

Keith Olbermann Puts His Money Where His Mouth Is

This past August, Keith Olbermann called NewsCorp owner and Fox News CEO Rupert Murdoch for making more than $1M in campaign contributions to a friend – John Kasich, a former Fox News anchor. Kasich was running for governor of Ohio, and this week he won. It was months before his win that Olbermann went on a rant on his show Countdown with Keith Olbermann and said, “Fox News has put its money where its mouth is.” Olbermann’s head later exploded last month, when he devoted an entire segment to Rupert Murdoch’s $1M contribution to the US Chamber of Commerce (of which Murdoch is a member, making such a contribution a normal thing). Olbermann has been caught in multiple outright lies over the years, and he is as liberal as a bleeding-heart hatemongering liberal can be.

During his show last month with Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC), Olbermann asked the following question: “[is there] a legislative response to the idea that there is a national cable news outlet that goes beyond having a point of view and actually starts to shill for partisan causes and actually starts to donate to partisan groups of one party?”

‘Cause, you know, “freedom of speech” and “freedom of the press” should never be exercised at the same time, right?

Well, today Olby has been suspended by his home network, MSNBC, after being caught giving $2400 each to three political candidates (the maximum individual amount allowed by law). They went to Gabrielle Giffords (D-AZ), Raul Grijalva (D-AZ) (that guy is a traitorous snake, but that’s a rant for another day) and Jack Conway (Senate hopeful defeated by Rand Paul in KY). MSNBC bars employees from working for or donating to political campaigns unless disclosure is made to the company and a special exemption is granted; Olbermann didn’t tell anyone, so by his employers’ rules, he’s in deep doo-doo.

Twitter is alight with fans of Olbermann’s show going mad over his suspension. They’re complaining about his First Amendment rights. @ericfadden says, “gotta love the new campaign contribution rules. Keith Olbermann donates as a citizen and gets suspended. A corp can give & remain nameless.” Completely aside from the fact that Olbermann has regularly ignored the First Amendment rights of others, what his fans are missing is simple: he’s not being suspended because he donated to political campaigns. He’s suspended without pay because he violated his employers’ rules. MSNBC is not run by the government, and they have every right to set a rule that you must have explicit permission before doing certain things, contributing to political campaigns among them. It’s simple…if I were to blog about an issue that involved one of my employers without permission, I could be fired on the spot. That wouldn’t be a violation of my Constitutional rights, it would be my just punishment for being an idiot.

The Huffington Post isn’t being its usual huffy self. Their heads are exploding. It’s front-page news, in big bold print, along with a link to Media Matters comparisons to Fox News contributors who have also donated to political campaigns. What HuffPo and MM have missed completely is also the employer rules issue. I don’t know that Fox has rules about political contributions, and even if it does if those employees who are making contributions are abiding by those rules (with media organizations, it’s always disclosure and permission), of course they’re not going to get fired. Naturally, HuffPo editors and MM blowhards aren’t going to point that out. It would require the ability to see an issue from a side other than the liberal one.

What they’re all missing is that a good number of Fox News contributors who do all of that stuff host specialty shows – opinion shows. MM also goes after folks like John Bolton, Tammy Bruce, Elaine Chao and Newt Gingrich for their political donations. Trouble is, none of those people are regular employees of Fox – they’re guests of certain shows. Do you think MM is going to point out the political contributions of Olbermann’s guests? I’d like to see them bitch about who Janeane Garofolo gives money to. Will they devote a post to the donations made by Rachel Maddow’s guests? I think not. Since MM touts itself as an anti- “conservative misinformation” outlet (read: Fox News), it’s not surprising that they would conveniently omit the facts about their own side. God knows we wouldn’t want THOSE lies to be pointed out.

Another point I’d like to make is about who does the political commentary on which channel. Olbermann has, for years, been MSNBC’s frontman during elections. He’s always the guy out there covering election news as it rolls in. If you watch Fox on election nights, you’ll notice something: you don’t see specialty show hosts like Greg Gutfield, Sean Hannity, Bill O’Reilly or Geraldo Rivera covering election news. They’ll be on later to give commentary, but it’s actual news anchors who cover that at Fox. Olbermann contributed to three political campaigns right before having those candidates on his show.

When even the New York Times is ripping on you for your rank stupidity and arrogance, you know you’re about half a bubble off plum.

Liberals Getting Sloppier (Yes, it’s possible!)


The biggest hindrance to Democracy is untruth.  Especially when we are supposed to be able to rely on human decency and our media for information and objective opinion.  If liberals weren’t so sloppy at the lies they tell and tricks they pull, they could pose a real danger to our freedom.

The first example involved a “man” by the name of David Weigel who showed up at a political event held for Kentucky.  He posed as a racist Republican who was a supporter of Rand Paul.  But when the cameramen got word of his trick from the other side (members supporting the liberal actually bragged about what he was doing), the cameraman had a conversation with him both as a Rand Paul supporter and then caught him marching and chanting for the liberal later on that day. 

With so much emphasis liberals have placed on the Tea Party (not to mention the NAACP), you would think this story would show up somewhere on CNN.  Yes, I know millions of Americans are out of work, losing their homes, and Michelle is enjoying one heck of a taxpayer-funded getaway to Spain, but you’d think after all that has happened with regard to the Tea Party, they’d have time for such raw footage.

Rick Sanchez of CNN has the time to entertain a piece of “raw” video on Sarah Palin which was brought to light by an Alaskan blogger who has been obsessed with the Governor for the past three years. 

The video — which Palin herself has responded to on Facebook today — depicts Palin “rolling her eyes” at a “teacher” by the name of Kathleen Gustafson.  The “teacher” turned out to be a “theater tech” and sits on the Board of Directors of the town’s local “Family Planning Clinic.”

It’s funny knowing this and then listen to her begin by telling Palin she swore on her “precious Bible” to serve the state then implied that Palin left for personal gain.  If she’s a board-member of a Family Planning Clinic and uses the Bible in such an angry context, I find it hard to believe Ms. Gustafson was a Palin supporter to begin with. 

Then take into consideration that Gustafson lives in the same town of Homer, Alaska as Shannyn Moore does.  Shannyn Moore is President of the Palin Derangement Syndrome Society.  For years, she’s “investigated” the Governor (falsely said Palin was under investigation by the FBI and cried victim when Palin’s attorney threatened lawsuit for it) and has entertained Levi Johnston.  We all know by now how credible he turned out to be.

C’mon liberals!  Are we really supposed to believe that this woman — an unhinged lefty — was standing up and holding a sign that said “Worst Governor Ever!” and happened to be accompanied by her own cameraman and just happens to live in the same town as Shannyn Moore (population of Homer is just over 5,000) all by coincidence?

Immediately Shannyn Moore posted two articles on this, uploaded the video to youtube, copied and pasted her article to the Huffington Post (which drew over 10,000 comments from other lefties suffering from Palin Derangement Syndrome) and sent it to CNN.

This is the same woman who appeared on “Countdown” with Keith Olbermann where she was introduced to his regular 12 viewers.

The indignant “teacher” is not very impressive.  It is a well-documented fact that Palin-haters in Alaska filed numerous ethics violations costing taxpayers $2M and Palin $500K in defense fees.  She resigned to dis-empower them and give Alaska a Governor who could devote the time to them without those interruptions.  Somehow the “teacher” is unable to comprehend this and yet she wants us to believe that parents trust her with guiding their children?

This was Shannyn Moore’s weakest attempt at investigative blogging as it took conservative bloggers about three minutes to solve this.  The homely “Girl from Homer” is getting desperate.

CNN should report these developments but I won’t hold my breath.


As noted by “jerry” who I also believe is posing as “robert” on other conservative blogs, Gustafson does work for a school.  Though the title is “theater tech” as I stated before (hardly the reading-writing-arithmetic type).  And “jerry” denies Ms. Gustafson being President of the local family planning facility but does acknowledge she sits on the board. 

Since Shannyn Moore fought so hard for her right to report rumors when she was going around telling others that Palin was being investigated by the FBI, I have appropriately changed the paragraphs which questioned Gustafson’s teaching credentials. 

Lastly, she injected herself into the public arena by protesting and certainly should be subjected to the same scrutiny and specificity as Joe-the-Plumber was.

Shannyn Moore: The Liberals’ “Hero”


It’s okay to be a hero.  Being a hero gives one a sense of honor.  Along with honor comes compassion, decency, and respect.  Not just respect for ourselves, but also respect for others around us.  Being a hero commands an essence of fairness and requires an understanding of truth and facts before taking action.

Did anyone ever see an episode of Batman, Superman, or Wonder Woman where either one of the three captured or brought down someone without using their super powers to gain the absolute truth about one of their bad guys before taking action?  If so, I’d like to see them.  Then again, those shows had plots which were written decades ago – back when someone like Shannyn Moore would be forced to pay dire consequences for her irresponsiblity and her candid apparent starve for attention regardless of the cost to others.

Shannyn Moore “reported rumors.”  This is her defense.  And its this defense that has readers of the Bluffington Post declaring “Shannyn is a hero in my book.” 

If that book had a title, I wonder what it would be.  The Adventures of the Rumor-Reporting Alaskan?

Shannyn Moore; on her webpage, led others to believe (or in her words: “reported rumors”) that Sarah Palin may be under federal investigation.  Immediately, the FBI answered and said such rumors were absolutely false.  Did Shannyn Moore apologize?  No, she gave a speech in front of Sarah Palin’s office portraying HERSELF as the victim and Palin as the “bully” and “coward.”

If indeed Shannyn Moore was not a guest on MSNBC or never wrote blather that winds up on the Bluffington Post or in “articles” that pop up on internet search engines when one selects “news”, I wouldn’t be complaining.  But, this is someone Keith Olbermann (I know, just go with me for a minute) uses as a reference and has as a guest on his show whenever they want to report another ethics probe-canard against Sarah Palin.

Everyone of them (18 in one year) were won by Sarah Palin in which they found nothing wrong.  Even though Alaskans footed the bill for the legal fees and even though Sarah Palin had to pay in the neighborhood of $600K out of her own pocket to cater to these lunatics everytime MSNBC wanted to throw a worm to Shannyn Moore for more gossip on the soon-to-be ex-governor. 

After Palin announced her resignation, it was brought to Palin’s attention that this woman was contributing to the spread of these false rumors.  The response from Palin’s attorney is stated below in another post addressing Ms. Moore directly.

Now, this woman is going on Keith Olbermann’s show AGAIN tonight to talk about this issue.  In the video above, it is astonishing how this woman – this scumbag and sorry excuse for someone who could possibly report ANYTHING – and be used by a “news” organization like MSNBC, can state the First Amendment as defense in her response to Sarah Palin.  How about an apology?

The audacity one must have to claim being a victim and to be bullied by Palin when indeed it was this woman who helped bring many of these bogus ethics charges against Palin is off the charts.

JohnInCa sent an article in a previous forum stating that if Sarah Palin decides to follow through with her plans to sue someone like Shannyn Moore, that it could cost Moore thousands of dollars…..she deserves it…..and it needs to be immediately known that not only does this woman continue to hold her head high after stooping so low for attention, but that MSNBC and others in the media will continue to use her as a credible guest on their programs.

Any liberal that shows up, I challenge you to look through every post on this blog and find one false rumor peddled about any liberal politican as if it were fact.


This woman needs to grow up and deserves the legal beating of her life.

You’re All RACISTS!!!

Afrocity posted a video clip of Keith Olbermann’s show a couple of days ago that momentarily shocked me into stupefied silence. Take a look:


In case you missed it, between the infantile jokes about teabagging (I think Walter Cronkite turned over in his grave), actress Jeneane Garofolo had the patent nerve to look into the camera and say that the Tea Party movement was all about racism. It has nothing to do with Obama’s continuation of Bush’s horrible economic policies; nope, all of us who supported the Tea Parties are a bunch of “teabagging rednecks” who “hate a black man in the White House.”

Okay. I’m done being shocked. Now I’m pissed.

Jeneane, exactly where do you get off accusing me of racism and being a redneck, you self-righteous, stuck-up, liberal, elitist media whore? Who made you the judge of all things racist? If you wanna hate yourself for being white, go right ahead, but leave me out of your little guilt trip. I’ll tell you exactly what I tell my counterparts in the gay community who whine about “hatemongering”: dissent does not denote hate. Disagreeing with someone doesn’t make them a hatemonger or a racist. It just means they don’t like what that person believes. I could care less about the color of Barack Obama’s skin; my issue is that he tries to push socialist ideals into my free country on the basis of bringing about some twisted version of “hope and change.” That is what I don’t like about him.

Guess what, Jeneane? Tea Party attendees booed Arnold Schwartzenegger. They booed Orrin Hatch. They booed Jon Huntsman. They booed Bob Bennett. They booed Gresham Barrett. ALL OF THESE MEN ARE WHITE REPUBLICANS WHO WERE INVOLVED IN HELPING MAKE THE MESS WE’RE PROTESTING. It’s not about being white, it’s not about being Republican, it’s not about hate. It’s about wanting the current state of the politics in Washington to change drastically. The change Obama promised has become one for the worse. THAT is what we’re angry about.

I am fed up with all of the celebrity/media/liberal assaults on my character. I take it personally because they’re describing me: a white, conservative American who doesn’t like Barack Obama and would have been at my local Tea Party if I could have been. They’re attacking those like me because they can’t come up with a single intelligent rebuttal. I will not be labeled a racist, a hatemonger, or a bigot simply because I refuse to agree with you. If that’s going to be your only mode of debate or argument then you can kiss my Texan ass.

And if you ask me, the Hollywood establishment needs to be banished to the same hell as our politicians.

Olbermann’s “Teeny-Tiny” Mistake Monitor Finally Gets Smacked Down


You know, Ann Coulter can take a beating.  I thought about posting every youtube video of Keith Olbermann yammering on about something Ann Coulter did or said (They’re easy to find, just look for the ones on youtube that say “Olbermann pwns Ann Coulter” or “Olbermann Destroys Coulter!” ) but it would have taken up the entire page.

In all of Olbermann’s Ann-obsession, Coulter managed to skirt on by with not much to say, because afterall, who cares?  It’s ONLY a liberal on MSNBC!

But after the above segment of “Countdown” aired regarding Rush Limbaugh’s speech at CPAC, Coulter had plenty to say tonight in her newly released column:

These small-time opportunities to show off by correcting someone else’s teeny-tiny mistakes are the lifeblood of Olbermann’s MSNBC show, “Countdown.”

There is utterly no purpose to these lame “gotchas,” except that Olbermann is so desperately insecure that he is willing to waste valuable airtime in order to convince other status-conscious idiots that he is, like, scary-smart.

Olbermann relentlessly attacked low-level Bush administration employee Monica Goodling for not going to a name-dropping college, saying — approximately 1 million times — that she got her law degree “by sending 100 box tops to Religious Lunatic University.”

I would venture to say that the students at Goodling’s law school at Regent University are far more impressive than those at the Cornell agriculture school — the land-grant, non-Ivy League school Keith attended.

That’s right, folks!  The intellectual light of the left; Keith Olbermann, did not graduate an Ivy League school.  He went to a state-version of agriculture and studied “communications.”  As Ann points out, he continuously (as all liberals do) spotlights “teeny-tiny” mistakes to erase the room for the point he was supposed to really be making – all while telling others of his “Ivy league” status.

Indeed, Keith is constantly lying about his nonexistent “Ivy League” education, boasting to Playboy magazine, for example: “My Ivy League education taught me how to cut corners, skim books and take an idea and write 15 pages on it, and also how to work all day at the Cornell radio station and never actually go to class.”

Except Keith didn’t go to the Ivy League Cornell; he went to the Old MacDonald Cornell.

The real Cornell, the School of Arts and Sciences (average SAT: 1,325; acceptance rate: 1 in 6 applicants), is the only Ivy League school at Cornell and the only one that grants a Bachelor of Arts degree. 

The rest is just too painful but quite enjoyable.  Liberals knit-pick at simple mistakes or misstatements all the time (“I can see Russia from my house!”) like Olbermann did here in this video with regard to Rush quoting the Declaration of Independence when he thought he was quoting the Constitution.

Olbermann is going to wake up pretty angry.  The quote that got me to ALMOST feel sorry for him:

It may seem cruel to reveal the true college of someone who already wakes up in the middle of the night in a cold sweat worried that he’s a fraud. But I believe that by pointing out that Olbermann actually is a fraud, I am liberating him.

You may not realize it now, Keith, but you will look back on this day and say, “That was the best thing that ever happened to me!”

Let the war begin.  But Ann Coulter, a true attendee of the real-life-Ivy-League Cornell (and graduate) is well-prepared and finally knocked this pompous and bitter man off of his imaginary golden-platter and served him on a paper plate where he belongs. 

Read “Olbermann’s Plastic Ivy.”

Moonbat Alert!

Ahhh, so if my regulars will scroll down to my post about Shannyn Moore, you will see an interesting comment from a moonbat calling herself “Kelly.”

Then, when you head to Shannyn’s blog, you see that she calls herself “Martha” with the same reply.

Obviously “Kelly” doesn’t understand that we have an option to obtain the e-mail address.  That with a google search reveals quite a bit:

Check out the following page:

Turns out “Kelly” is “Kelly Walters” and her name appears just under Shannyn’s.  Yes, Kelly works for Shannyn and in an e-mail which you can see at that link, you will see a bulk piece of spam being sent around on Sarah Palin with sources of such fair-and-balanced reports as “” and “crooksandliars.”

To think, Shannyn’s email sent to me – which I posted for all to see – claims she’s “independent.”  I scanned the sources in the e-mail for “Fox News” but there doesn’t seem to be one.  😉


Being that I smacked “Kelly” around with a few facts or two, I don’t think we’ll be hearing from her anymore.

I wonder what Alaskans would think to know people like this are among them.  Why don’t these two just move to San Francisco?

Playing Fair with Palin Complaintants

Hi everyone…..

I figure it’s only right to be fair.  Last night I posted about Shannyn Moore, the Alaskan whose been appearing Olbermann lately and used as Olbermann uses many when it comes to Republican candidates.  I wanted to admit that she did in fact: a. allowed my comment that I shared with you all to be posted and b. responded to me via e-mail last night.

It said the following:

I have to get on the air, but want to address your statements.  I don’t work for a publication, but people have felt free to repost my writing in a few places, I have no control over where because I can’t keep up.

Sarah Palin and I spoke on the air the morning of her nomination.  I have differed many times on policy with her, and always had enough respect for the office that we have kept an on air discussion going for as long as she has been gov.  I know her well, and better than most.  I would hope you understand this is not a lack of respect.

Palin has been popular because even if Alaskans felt her policy was wrong, they felt like she was open and honest and they like that.  I liked that, hell, I loved that.  After years of corruption in this state, we welcomed it and rolled up our sleeves. 

She asked for and welcomed an investigation.  She did it on the air with me  All when neither she or anyone else knew of a VP nomination.  These investigators and legislators are neither partisan nor vindictive.  It is awkward.  This is about Alaska, not anywhere else.  Having lawyer teams come up here from either campaign is not welcome and will not be tolerated.  Lawyers who are not even members of the Alaska Bar are practicing and are getting the boot.

The new commissioner was only employed for 2 weeks, then given $10,000 to go away when it was discovered he had multiple sexual harassment offenses in his past. 

The tazer incident happened almost 2 years before it was reported.  It was only reported during a divorce.  The mother was in the room, as were 3 other boys, and the cartridge was taken out.  I think it was terrible, but I also know the boy said he was showing off for his friends and it did not hurt him.  This was part of a very messy divorce.  Please see the letter of rec. that Sarah wrote for Wooten.

I know Walt Monegan, he is a decent man.  He is very respected by Alaskans, and though a reason was not needed, several have been, and all debunked.  Walt is an Alaskan Native and has taken seriously our epidemic proportion of rape and incest – mostly alcohol realated.

I am an independent.  I am very concerned about the state of the country, and want to be able to talk to people who don’t agree with me about policy and still reserve respect.  I hope you don’t feel disrespected.  This is an Alaskan issue, and we want to handle it.  If you read all the times Sarah said she wanted it, the only time it changed was with the nomination.  I feel bad for her, I know her to be someone who likes to not have filters on, and just say what is on her mind.  She steps in it all the time, and then laughs, and says “oh, I’m not that P.C.” and we all move along.  I think it must be hard on her to not fulfill her promises to Alaska. 

Take care, and thank you for spending so much time writing me.  If you have any other comments, I’d like to hear from you…

Take care,

Claiming to being an independent and titling your web-blog “Turning a red state blue” doesn’t really align well with the other.  I still think the tazering and threatening of Palin’s father was sufficient enough evidence to get the guy out of there immediately.  Plus I’ll be looking for sources on the replaced commissioner paid $10,000.  If he is a sexual offender, I certainly hope they aren’t using him as the source!

Especially seeing as liberals are using the e-mail hacking to detour from “Palin’s e-mail was hacked” to “Sarah might have conducted government business on her personal e-mail.”

You folks can be the judge though.

Olbermann and MSM DESPERATE for Troopergate Sources

And I am not kidding.  Apparently this gal was on with Keith Olbermann to give her “concerned” and thoughtful opinion in the best interest of Alaskans, the rule of law, and the Constitution.  As this crackpot “investigation” begins to unfold with apparent members of investigators whom are less qualified than the lollipop guild, it begins to reveal itself as most liberal-endorsed investigations are, perfectly-timed spectacles of distracting hysteria.

Sarah Palin asked to be held accountable two months ago.  Now, suddenly, the incompetents in Alaska are wanting to conduct it now?  Is it any wonder?  Why it’s only a coincidence that Sarah Palin is on the campaign trail now, isn’t it? 

This writer; Shannyn Moore, is an Alaskan and titles her blog “Painting a red-state BLUE, one stroke at a time” and basically copied and pasted an article she wrote for a really bad version of the Huffington Post called the Alaska Report.  Just gazing the front page sort of lets you in on where these folks stand politically.

This is it folks.  This is what the MSM and MSNBC considers credible and bi-partisan for news reporting.  I left the following comment on her web-blog (thanks Mel for the fabulous “anti-cop” line I borrowed) and it says it’s “awaiting moderation.”  Which is basically a nice way of saying that “a difference in opinion must be terminated.”  Enjoy:

Well, it seems her [Sarah Palin] popularity has managed quite well. The “publication” you write for also seems to be a less-beefed-up version of the Huffington Post to say the least.

Here’s what Americans perceive as an “investigation.” When Palin said to hold her accountable, I have a feeling she was under the impression that the investigators weren’t going to take almost two months to INVESTIGATE. Now suddenly, they want her back in Alaska now and want to drag it out over the next few weeks?

Is any American with a brain supposed to believe that it is sheer coincidence that the process of investigation is merely happening during the most crucial weeks of the campaign? Are we supposed to believe that these incompetent investigators show the desire at the same time Palin is bringing in droves of crowds where ever she goes with screams, goats, shouts, and cries of support hurling from tens of thousands of supporters at one time – at one rally?

Are we supposed to believe that a new commissioner is managing to keep his job even now that Wooten is still employed, yet Monegan was allegedly let go for the same reason?

Replace his tazered son with Rodney King or Sean Bell and miraculously liberal opinion would sway. Where’s all the anti-cop rhetoric when we need it?

The fact is Monegan could not control a budget and he’s a pompous hot-head using this newly acquired internet-fame to bolster his severly deflated girlish ego.

Prosecutors and “investigations” have been used for years to derail candidates loved by Americans. We saw it with Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald when he used Plamegate as an opportunity to drag out a tax-funded perjury trap for Scooter Libby even after it was revealed that Iraq-war opponent Richard Armitage was the one who revealed her name and even when it became apparent that Valerie Plame was not anymore covert than Obama is “really” black.

We saw it when it took liberal Ronnie Earle in Texas to empanel six grand juries in order to win an indictment against Tom Delay forcing him to step down as Majority Leader just within a year of the 2006 Congressional elections. Delay; like Palin was (and is) a politician Republicans loved and one who energized his base. It’s been over three years now and still no conviction.

We see it takes three years for a phony investigation and indictment of Delay. We saw it took almost a year for a phony perjury trap in the case of Plamegate.

Not anymore, liberals! Your wildcard that uses taxpayer money and candidate time to move forward with botched-partisan investigations to prevent Americans from getting to know a terrific person and from stopping America from moving forward has been played one too many times. It’s expired, it’s utterly apparent to Americans, and it’s never going to work anymore.

In a year where an election should have been handed to Democrats with absolutely no problems, this year will indeed serve as a national embarrassment to their party.

Take a bow liberals, we still need your hysteria and support for just 50 or so more days!

Staying in line with the Palin-smear campaign, Michelle Malkin – accompanied by other bloggers – have traced back varying disgusting youtube videos to a Democrat Public Relations Firm.