Palin Scandal! Palin Email is Nothing, Check Out What Else She Wrote!

2011 June 10
by JustMary

With all the rage being rummaging through Sarah Palin’s emails today, I thought we’d take a moment here at BJG and show you what else she has been writing! It is so scandalous! So crazy! Even crazier than her email stating that the press is biased! You will not believe your eyes!!!!! I am holding in my hand an exclusive item, not an email, but an actual handwritten note!


That’s right! It’s the autograph that our very own JBoz got for us here at BJG. Signed by Sarah herself. Take that, Washington Post!!!!! Keep telling yourself she is irrelevant.

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  1. 2011 June 10 7:04 pm
    bc3b permalink

    If MSM doesn’t find anything incriminating, I wonder if this will boomerang on them.

  2. 2011 June 10 7:05 pm
    JustMary permalink

    This will make her even more popular, watch.

  3. 2011 June 10 8:07 pm
    retlaw permalink

    Yea, JBoz!!!

    Scored a coup.

  4. 2011 June 10 8:31 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Its a scandal!! Don’t you see how she does not complete her `n`’s in her name?! Her penmanship indicates she is unfit for leading the free world. Horrors. Film at 11!

  5. 2011 June 10 8:38 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Ruh, Roh. Turkey invades Syria?

  6. 2011 June 10 8:41 pm
    janzam permalink

    I, for one, would encourage the MSM to lay off all the trivia they tend to dwell on concerning Palin, and stick to the more serious news of issue statements, political stances, a person’s record. They are actually creating more of a cult figure, in hammering Palin 24/7, than really going after what she has or doesn’t have to offer a leadership position, like Potus.

    I don’t give a rip about her AK emails, Paul Revere interpretation, her diction, how she spends a week traveling around. What’s important to me is how she stacks up against potential GOP rivals, and especially how viable of a candidate would she be against Obama.

    All the other stuff is gossip, drama, yellow press, sensationalism and the like. There is so much at stake in these 2012 elections. Let’s get serious people!

  7. 2011 June 10 8:48 pm
    bc3b permalink

    Janzam –

    Something a CNN reporter actually said tonight is that the one thing he learned from the e-mails is that Palin was a very hard working governor and wondered aloud why this never came out during the 2008 campaign.

    That’s one think that her opponents never want to talk about – her record as governor. In “Going Rogue” Palin says that’s one of the thinks that frustrated her during the Couric interview is that the “perky one” never would discuss her record as governor and every time she brought it up Couric would change the subject.

  8. 2011 June 10 8:53 pm
    JBoz permalink

    It was my pleasure (literally). That morning was a great morning. I also remember getting into the office and mentioning the interaction to a few local colleagues. The looks of absolute contempt and hatred at the mere utterance of Sarah Palin’s name were actually pretty humorous. And predictably, those who were spewing the most venom were the women.

  9. 2011 June 10 9:01 pm
    janzam permalink


    I don’t doubt that Palin was a sincere and conscientious governor. But, so much of her publicity involves the infamy that the press has created around her. Take that away, and she becomes more ‘normal,’ and even mainstream.

    The media, in attempting to vilify her, at every turn in the road, has actually heightened her image, made her into a Joan of Arc figure, whereby people feel they have to rally around her, shielding her from the onslaught of the press.

    I mean, everyday, there is something that Palin has to refute! In the meantime the business of this nation, the overwhelming issues of the day get buried in nonsense like her bus trips, historical references, yesterday’s emails, twitter and facebook comments. I’m getting tired of this schoolyard fist fight, when it’s the country we should be rallying behind. No person, place or thing should be taking precedence over getting Obama out of office. Thomas Sowell recently made the statement, that given a 2nd term in office by Obama, this country cannot recover!

  10. 2011 June 10 9:05 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Bombshell vid against Edwards?

    I would say, consider the source, but then they were proven right on the start of the whole thing.

  11. 2011 June 10 9:14 pm
    janzam permalink

    This is called Elizabeth’s revenge against her husband’s infidelity. However, some lawyers are asserting her videotaped testimony will be inadmissible in court.

  12. 2011 June 10 9:16 pm
    TLS permalink

    Applause JBoz!!

  13. 2011 June 10 9:23 pm

    Palin derangement syndrome===uterine envy

  14. 2011 June 11 1:43 am

    5 – Interesting, if accurate.

  15. 2011 June 11 4:01 am
    judyt2009 permalink

    Oh my goodness- I think that’s the most stupid comment I’ve heard all year

    This is it folks the terrible way that Sarah Palin talks about people who say idiotic things. Can you imagine how horrible she is. Of course those that already dislike her because of their personal perspectives will only find more fuel for their envy? jealousy? or maybe just mistaken elitist influenced bias.

    Oh… and what was the entire basis of this comment…

    his statement says it all re: his beliefs “What the hell can we do”? Nice talk Mr. Speaker. Reflects well on your commitment to ethical leadership

    What was this about? Palin was dedicated to cleaning up the unethical good old boy, “my daddy gave me my Senate seat” politics in Alaska. What was the response of the legislature leadership? “What the hell can we do?”

    Backfire:… Instead of making Palin look bad by talking “nasty” about someone it illuminates not only her dedication to ethical government but also demonstrates exactly what she was fighting against during her tenure in Alaska.

    “What the hell can we do”? That even the legislature leadership lacked the motivation to do anything about unethical activity.

    Golly gee, it seems like Palin was upsetting a lot in Alaska. I can’t imagine that maybe there were people who had their knives out for her because she was trying to take away their under the table dealing. (snark off)

  16. 2011 June 11 4:11 am
    judyt2009 permalink

    IP … you might be on something as why I don’t have Palin envy (unlike some others)…(no uterus)

  17. 2011 June 11 4:42 am
    judyt2009 permalink

    More proof of the idiocy of the media

    Her relations with fellow politicians, including many Republicans, were often strained, and she relied heavily on her husband, Todd, and a close-knit group of aides to help cope with crises and shape policies.

    Oh the stupidity of Sarah Palin to rely upon her husband for support, comfort, and counsel…or close associates? Could this sentence not be written about even his awesomeness? And exactly why were these relations strained? Why doesn’t the WaPo write… “strained because of her pursuit to uncover and clean up ethical violations in Alaska government”.

    Full link: Warning it is the liberal WaPo…take all necessary precautions.

  18. 2011 June 11 4:50 am
    judyt2009 permalink

    Palin also devoted significant attention to the portrayal of her and her administration in the press, regularly decrying “untruths” in media reports and working feverishly to push back on negative assertions.

    Oh my… I can’t imagine anyone doing anything to fight against negative press… why certainly his awesomeness has never had to stoop to <a href=""this trashy level that her trashness did.. ah, well, oops, nevermind.

    Same WaPo story… I won’t link again.

  19. 2011 June 11 4:54 am
    judyt2009 permalink

    Jan .. yes it most likely is inadmissible because it does not fit into the dying declaration which is the heresay exception, John Edwards has no opportunity for cross examination, and there is an assumption that Elizabeth was not sworn in before the testimony on video.

  20. 2011 June 11 7:17 am
    judyt2009 permalink

    The only reason why I would not support a Palin presidency is because when you realize that there are so many bias, uninformed, jealous, shallow, elitist, pretentious, servile, spineless sycophants who rather stubbornly cling to the callous beliefs from their echo chamber so they can continue to socialize with their sad equals the job before us to demonstrate that Palin is more than capable to right this ship, save this nation, and secure a prosperous future is just numbing.

    In other words … You Can’t Fix Stupid…. or bias, uninformed, jealous, shallow, elitist, pretentious, servile, spineless sycophants afraid to disrupt the echo chamber of their equally maligned social groups.

  21. 2011 June 11 9:12 am
    janzam permalink

    #21 I couldn’t agree more with this post. Once some perceptions are set, it would take more than a crow bar to separate them from the person’s head.

    No matter how competent Palin is, nor how correct she may be on the issues, the polarization that accompanies her becomes a real hindrance for many in even considering her ideas as valid, let alone accepting them as such.

    All polling indicates that she has sky-high negatives, more than anyone else. People either ‘love’ her, or ‘hate’ her. There is little to no middle ground, when it comes to attitudes towards Palin. Consequently, the numbers you see on her are most likely the numbers she would get in the general, as people’s opinions on Palin are basically fixed in cement.

    IMHO, Palin’s most useful place in the election process is to be the ‘king (queen) maker’ that she was in 2010. She can stump for candidates she supports. She can be wooed by those who want her support. She can likely challenge and even demand certain policy thresholds be met by candidates seeking her endorsement.

    It is endless the power that Palin can wield behind the scenes, versus what she can accomplish in attempting to be the standard bearer on the front lines. For, being out in front she will only continue to collect tomatoes, and spend much of her useful time defending mind-boggling charges from the press and dem operatives out to defuse any credible candidacy she might want to cultivate in a prez run.

  22. 2011 June 11 10:26 am
    drdog09 permalink


    I have no doubt Palin could be a king maker. She has already done some of that at the State/Local level. But in just doing that she throws away the single most important function — a rallye point.

    One may look at high negatives but I think the current calculus is wrong. In a divided country everyone is going to have negatives. The issue revolves around whether one can rally the most number of people to a cause. Remember that when our revolution began the negatives were very high against us. Don’t let high negatives be the barrier to freedom from the State.

  23. 2011 June 11 12:20 pm
    judyt2009 permalink

    Yep — Jan just proved you can’t fix stubborn stupid. So now I agree with Dr. Dog we just have to hope that the rest of us outnumber those stubborn stupid.

  24. 2011 June 11 2:13 pm
    janzam permalink


    I understand your POV, especially because of your loyalty to Palin. However, I just don’t see how anyone can rationalize those high negatives as anything but an almost insurmountable hill to climb. The high intensity of these existing negatives are also factors to be considered, as well.

    As I see it there are three factors in play here: 1) Will she even run; 2) If she runs, can she win the primary? This is her easiest hurdle, as I think the fractured bench could well yield her the numbers needed to win a less-than-50% of the field, securing the nomination; 3) Can she win the GE? This is the biggie, as she will have to extend herself out of her base (like the BJG group), attracting indies and conservative dems, the majority of whom simply don’t like her. Many of these potential voters might notably leave that part of the ballot blank, as they would be too disinclined to vote for either her or Obama.

    And, while I would love to join the group hug for Palin, my concerns are honest, with no malice directed towards Palin — something felt by more than ‘stubborn stupid’ people, as Judy graciously chimmed in, as her way of adding to the dialogue.

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