GOP Whining Politics

Sarah Palin Defends Trump’s Debate Wimpery With Bizarre Facebook Rant

If there is possibly one thing worse than having to listen to Donald Trump whine and moan about how unfair Fox News is to him and how he doesn’t like Megyn Kelly, it would definitely be a full-throated defense of the Donald’s massive debate wimpery from none other than the Dense One herself, Sarah Palin.

Sarah posted a bizarre jambalaya of words on her Facebook page this afternoon, and she headlined it with this title:

“Media: Here, Let Me Define For You a Genuine ‘Game Changer.'”

With that, you just know you’re in for one helluva ride on the Crazy Train being piloted by Sister Sarah. And it only gets more wackified, with Palin continuing with this never-ending sentence that would have made William Faulkner shake his head in disbelief:

“We can go elsewhere to seek truthful information that includes a candidate’s voting record, their responsibility in spending other people’s money and balancing budgets, their record of negotiating to win, their private sector acumen and personal accomplishments, who they’re beholden to, if they’ve incentivized more illegal aliens to flood our borders with gifts and freebies – making America much less secure… oh, and so much more!”

Read that again and see if you can answer one question for me: WTF is she talking about?!

Here’s some more of Sarah’s mindless stream-of-unconsciousness babbling:

“Today’s professional “journalists” have underestimated the wisdom of the people. They’ve wrongly assumed this as a sheep-like population, gullible and easily kept in line by a media scepter, never finding an independent candidate strong enough to break the chains of status quo. But that candidate stepped forth and the movement is underway. With an undeniable, unmatched record of success, Trump proves his work ethic and skills far surpass politicians’ constant yakking about their self-recognized “leadership” that gets us nowhere. Much more powerful are a person’s accomplishments than are these tired poll-tested memorized memes that conventional candidates pay consultants to draft for them. America will be made great again when the permanent political and media class is sent that message. It starts in Iowa.”

Is it just me, or are you getting a massive migraine from the sheer inanity of this woman?

The semi-literate screed ends (mercifully, it does end!) with a P.S. from the self-appointed GOP kingmaker:

“(P.S. Is it just me, or if a debate host has made himself or herself the principal in a story they’re expected to objectively cover for the edification of the public, and they even acknowledge they’re the reason the frontrunner chooses not to participate, then isn’t it common sense (and courtesy to the voting public) to simply, humbly allow someone else to moderate the debate? With all due respect, what a strange game at play. It’s at the expense of straight-shooting candidates gunning in competition for the nation’s top administrative position, and more importantly, at the expense of Americans who deserve to hear them instead of the cries from a pity-partying press with noses out of joint because someone finally took a stand for common sense and an even playing field.”

Pardon me for saying so, but this woman is a freaking idiot of epic proportions!

This article was originally published by the same author at BipartisanReport


Trump Drops Out Of Debate, So Cruz Challenges Him To A ‘Mano a Mano’ Face-off

Ladies and gentlemen, the 2016 GOP race for the White House just got more personal and more real than it ever has. And you can thank Donald Trump and Ted Cruz for amping up the tension in what has already been a contentious battle for the top spot as the Iowa caucus approaches next week.

First we have Trump refusing to participate in the next debate, scheduled for January 28, just a mere three days before the first votes are cast in Iowa. Trump backed out because Fox News would not remove Megyn Kelly as a moderator, so Trump pitched a fit and said he would take his toy and go home. Here he is attempting to validate his decision:

Yes, it is indeed pathetic that a grown man is afraid of a journalist for the news network that slavishly genuflects before all things Republican and right-wing, but most men who talk tough like Trump are nothing but wimps deep down.

Shortly after Trump announced that he would be a no-show for the Iowa debate, Ted Cruz appeared on the Mark Levin radio show and issued this challenge to the Donald:

“If Donald is afraid of Megyn Kelly. I would like to invite him…to participate in a one-on-one debate, between me and Donald, mano a mano.”

Whoa! Sounds like Teddy Boy wants to get all medieval on Trump. I think it’s a great idea, don’t you? These are the two top candidates in the most recent polls, so why not have them go one-on-one in a debate? Does Trump have the stones to debate Cruz without the others being around? Something tells me he will not be accepting Cruz’s invitation.

While he was at it, Cruz also decided to take another swipe at Trump, commenting:

“The fact that Donald is now afraid to appear on the debate stage, that he doesn’t want his record questioned, I think that reflects a lack of respect for the men and women of Iowa.”

Respect?! Donald Trump has no respect for anyone other than himself. Which is why I think Cruz should amend his offer and change it to a steel-cage wrestling match. Two men enter, only one emerges. As Trump would no doubt say, the ratings would be “huuuuuge!”

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