Palin Calls out Military Leaders

2014 January 6
by bc3b


… on discrimination against Christians!

We’ve all talked about it, but Sarah Palin has a national soapbox and she’s one of few who isn’t afraid to use it.

Look, U.S. Military top brass, some of us are known for supporting our troops 110%, even encouraging our own kids in their voluntary, sacrificial enlistments. We send them off with blessings as you send them off to war. You keep pulling stunts like this, and how long do you think our military enthusiasm keeps up? Get a clue, brass. Quickly. You keep up these new double standards and this recent discrimination against Christians, and the greatest military power on earth will soon be “fundamentally transformed” into a weakened, involuntary and unrecognizable mere bureaucratic entity. Obviously you need a new commander-in-chief who sincerely believes in freedom and respects the fact we need to keep our finest keeping us free, but until that time, exert some brass cojones and re-embrace American military ethos.
Hat tip: Sarah Palin’s Facebook.
Auburn and Florida State Fans. JM will approve. No umderboobs.
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  1. 2014 January 6 2:42 pm
    mulletover permalink

    Since you do not have to be a member of congress to be Speaker, I got one thing to say.

    Sarah Palin for Speaker !!!

  2. 2014 January 6 3:56 pm
    justrand permalink

    Amen, mullet!! IF the Republicans had any brains/balls that is exactly what they would do!

    But the Speaker of the House is “reserved” as a payout for Seniority these days.

    We got Boehner who is worthless. And the Dems got Piglosi, who despite “her” being the anti-Christ was effective for her Party (and the forces of Darkness) as Speaker.

  3. 2014 January 6 4:54 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Dims would have a cow if Palin was handed the gavel. That’s why it ought to be done. 🙂

  4. 2014 January 6 5:22 pm
    mulletover permalink

    Florida State is going to save us from another SEC national champion tonight.

    I got the Seminoles. Who y’all got?

  5. 2014 January 6 5:24 pm
    mulletover permalink

    Can a cheerleader embellish the Palin post?

    Or is bc stuck on the side of the road with no antifreeze?

  6. 2014 January 6 5:26 pm
    gnqanq permalink

    bc3b – just another effort to purge the military.

    We should be encouraging our children NOT to serve. Yes, NOT to serve. They are being used as cannon fodder for an agenda we disagree with. They have Rules of Engagement that put our children in harms way with their hands tied and give more aid and support to our enemies.

    We are going to need them at home. Not in some 3rd world hellhole. Being dead or maimed is not going to do us or them any good.

  7. 2014 January 6 5:27 pm
    mulletover permalink

    The telecast is not politically correct as Chief Osceola is riding dirty on Renegade.

  8. 2014 January 6 5:28 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    6, Amen.

    On a lighter but distressing note here’s an interesting read — — its long and much has been discussed here before. Interesting none the less.

  9. 2014 January 6 5:32 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Look at the video of Carney — — The man is sporting some serious initial plumage. Me thinks he is prepping to exit for Brookings. (Brookings always seems to have a penchant for bearded ones.)

  10. 2014 January 6 5:39 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Uhoh. Trouble in BammyLand — — Fed Judge finds cause to bind the States to Heller vis a vis gun ownership. That ruling being upheld would be ripper.

    I hope it is. Chicago would be the largest American test case proving that guns in the hands of the citizens stops violence. The Libs would be apoplexic.

  11. 2014 January 6 5:45 pm
    justrand permalink

    Gnqanq, I switched when Obama got elected from urging young people to go into the military…to keeping my mouth shut…and then to actively urging them NOT to.

  12. 2014 January 6 5:49 pm
    mulletover permalink

    drdog. The guvmint tried to say restrictions on gun sales would keep guns from getting in the hands of criminals. The judge would have nothing to do with that as only 16% of criminals used a gun they acquired legally.

    And this judge was an obama appointee.

  13. 2014 January 6 6:18 pm
    bc3b permalink

    Mullet –

    How about some Florida State fans. See above.

  14. 2014 January 6 6:22 pm
    mulletover permalink

    But, but, we have a war on coal, and that’s our highest priority.

    Check out the forecast map. I’d be staying off the beaches.

  15. 2014 January 6 6:24 pm
    mulletover permalink

    Fans are good. and it’s a good thing there is such a thing as bikini wax.

  16. 2014 January 6 6:25 pm
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    Mullet, B3 is probably hiding under his bed, since Ohio State (the Beautiful Big 10 flower and the perennial favorite to win a national championship and wilts before the big dance and never do because they can’t beat an SEC team and this year even lost to an ACC team) again embarrassed themselves and the Big 10.

    SEC again. 11 of 16 with no losses. 5 different teams. Aubie already ahead 14-3 in second.

    Do you think the Big 10 (or any other conference)will do any better against the top two SEC teams who will always be in the top 4 in the Playoff System?

  17. 2014 January 6 6:31 pm
    bc3b permalink

    RP –

    JM is back. No more “underboob” shots, but I’ll come up with something else.

    Why would I be upset about an OSU loss to Clemson? Did Tennessee win its bowl game this year? I must have missed the Vols bowl game on TV. Somehow it seems like I somehow miss the Vols bowl game every year.

  18. 2014 January 6 6:46 pm
    bc3b permalink

    – 8, headed to -10. It’s already -12 in Clawson, where my office is.

  19. 2014 January 6 6:49 pm
    mulletover permalink

    SEC’s got it going for sure. Clemson was better prepared for the post-season than FSU. Seminoles look ridiculous.

  20. 2014 January 6 6:52 pm
    mulletover permalink

    FSU was an 11 point favorite tonight.

    What’s going on with that?

  21. 2014 January 6 6:55 pm
    mulletover permalink

    16 here, headed to 5 by 6am.

    I know. That’s nothing, but you gotta understand, we don’t soak our food in seal oil in NC.

  22. 2014 January 6 6:56 pm
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    B3, my apologies to you, I forgot you are not an OSU fan. Should ;not have picked on you. I was making fun of Big 10.

    You missed the vols because we have not been there in 5 years, but they were there when we were there in 1998 to beat Florida State to become the first BCS Champs and the first of five SEC teams to hoist the trophy.

  23. 2014 January 6 6:57 pm
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    b3, by the way I was impressed with Michigan State.

  24. 2014 January 6 6:59 pm
    bc3b permalink

    The Bengals were a 10 point favorite yesterday.

  25. 2014 January 6 7:02 pm
    bc3b permalink

    I prefer MSU to Michigan, but I prefer the NFL to college football, except for the “Mighty MAC,” which went 0-5 this bowl season. Even Northern Illinois lost.

  26. 2014 January 6 7:02 pm
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    -2 here. Even the grass is frozen. I am being held hostage on ICE HILL in East Tenn.

  27. 2014 January 6 7:05 pm
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    Went Ice (or should I say car) skating this past Thursday off my driveway. Nobody hurt, only the passenger door damaged by a tree which stopped the slide. Wild time.

  28. 2014 January 6 7:08 pm
    gnqanq permalink

    RP – I am an Ohio State alum. No offense.

    BUT when a SEC team can beat Ohio State up north in December/January, then I will concede.

    Until then all I can say is Thank God for William Tecumseh Sherman.

    In the one that matter, we are still 1-0.

  29. 2014 January 6 7:13 pm
    bc3b permalink

    I think the women are done wrestling (only good part of the program) so I am watching the U-K – Indiana game of the Big 10/12/soon to be 14 channel. Kentucky and Indiana are the only two states where a queer is a guy who likes girls better than basketball.

  30. 2014 January 6 7:15 pm
    bc3b permalink

    Until then all I can say is Thank God for William Tecumseh Sherman.

    In the one that matter, we are still 1-0.

    gn – that’s the one game we should have thrown.

  31. 2014 January 6 7:21 pm
    mulletover permalink

    It’s not North against South anymore. It’s Middle America against the left coast and the NE coast. It could be a deadly serious game once again, but with a different alignment.

    How did that Convention of States thing go anyway?

  32. 2014 January 6 7:23 pm
    gnqanq permalink

    mullet – I agree. Be more urban vs rural.

  33. 2014 January 6 7:26 pm
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    Gn, if it had been in the inverse, Damned Democrats would not be running the country and we would still have prayer in schools, however youall did win.

  34. 2014 January 6 7:32 pm
    bc3b permalink

    If you look at the Northeast, even the rural areas seem to be liberal, not as liberal as Boston or Hartford, but still liberal.

  35. 2014 January 6 7:36 pm
    gnqanq permalink

    Well, RP it was Democrats we were fighting then and Democrats we are fighting now.

    And it was Democrats who pushed God out of the public square.

  36. 2014 January 6 7:36 pm
    mulletover permalink

    Recruitment of gun manufacturers continues to go well. Ruger has settled into North Carolina and Magpul is going to Texas and Wyoming.

    Wonder if the rino Bloomberg is invested in these very hot stocks.

  37. 2014 January 6 7:40 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    If one assumes CW II starts, control of the Mississippi River will determine the outcome. Sink a ship in the right spot in the St. Lawrance and shipping out of the Great Lakes stops. Turn off the pipelines North. In weather like we are now experiencing mass deaths would occur across the region.

  38. 2014 January 6 7:46 pm
    gnqanq permalink

    drdog – alot of gas is being produced out of fracking in the north.

    Key is still farming areas of the midwest – where does the grain (corn, wheat and soy) go.

  39. 2014 January 6 7:50 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    For those in the `Vortex of Northern Climes` — — Wonderful in God’s grace.

  40. 2014 January 6 7:54 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    38, granted on the gas.

  41. 2014 January 6 7:54 pm
    gnqanq permalink

    drdog – 8 below with a -26 wind chill where I live.

  42. 2014 January 6 7:55 pm
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    gn, we lost, you won. I’m not sure whether you should be congratulated or should receive condolences.

  43. 2014 January 6 7:56 pm
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    -3, windchill -8 here.

  44. 2014 January 6 7:56 pm
    gnqanq permalink

    drdog – sorry, corrected by wife. 14 below with -30 with wind chill. That will frost your pumpkin. Snot freezing weather.

  45. 2014 January 6 7:59 pm
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    Dog, great photos.

  46. 2014 January 6 7:59 pm
    mulletover permalink

    Soak your Tostitoes in seal oil. Keeps the body warm.
    Move out of your house to an Igloo.
    Wear mucklucs and animal skins.
    Light the whale oil lamps.
    Get naked and cuddle with your neighbor.
    Stay warm and toasty.

    Just ask any Eskimo.

  47. 2014 January 6 8:01 pm
    gnqanq permalink

    RP – I don’t like it either way. The south should have been allowed to leave.

    No state should have been bounded for all eternity to an agreement that can shift like sands in the desert.

    Given what drdog said about cheap fuel and its day passing, our way of life is going to change.

  48. 2014 January 6 8:01 pm
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    I hate cold weather, therefore, I am moving back to south Texas!!!

  49. 2014 January 6 8:11 pm
    gnqanq permalink

    RP – back in 83, the whole month of January NEVER got above zero. I remember one day in particular when I went outside, no wind, sunshine and it was 7 below. Never thought I would say 7 below was warm BUT it was!

    And this is Ohio. Not Michigan, not Wisconsin, not Minnesota where it gets really cold.

  50. 2014 January 6 8:19 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    First it was Warmists getting stuck in a cruise liner in Antartica. Then an ice breaker gets stuck trying. Then a second. And now….now…. — — Al Gore’s book is in the $1 bin.

    I classify that as a level 3 irony alert.

  51. 2014 January 6 8:25 pm
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    Dr, It (algore’s book) aught to be in urinals.

  52. 2014 January 6 8:27 pm
    mulletover permalink

  53. 2014 January 6 8:27 pm
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    Gn, I really, really would not like to be in North Dakota!!

  54. 2014 January 6 8:31 pm
    bc3b permalink

    Speaking of North Dakota, here’s a feel-good story to watch during a timeout.

  55. 2014 January 6 8:43 pm
    gnqanq permalink

    RP – just learn to hibernate 4 to 6 months of the year.

  56. 2014 January 6 8:53 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    52, Our politicians have to learn how to act from a Lord of the Parliment on how to act? This should be inate knowledge without training.

    But Mockton is a good guy and has really stuck it to the Warmists.

  57. 2014 January 6 8:54 pm
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    FSU may win. 19 yards to score a touchdown. 47 sec9nds to go.

  58. 2014 January 6 9:00 pm
    RepublicanPundit permalink

    FSU ahead by three with 13 left. Oh, well, SEC can’t win all of them, after all.

  59. 2014 January 6 9:02 pm
    Wylie E. Coyote permalink

    “My mother used to say, “What we don’t know can’t hurt us.” Well, poor mother! I have learned that the opposite is true.

    It is what we don’t know and are not aware of that has ruined our country, decimated our savings, undermined morality, killed our sons and daughters in foreign wars and maimed millions more, hollowed out U.S. industry, corrupted our morality, destroyed the rule of law and imposed fraudulent taxation. It has dehumanized the U.S. Congress into animalistic rubber-stamp lackeys who show contempt for the American people, their culture, their national symbols, their financial health and their faith.

    Do the Congress, the President, the Supreme Court and the thousands of appointed bureaucrats have a loyalty or reverence for a deity? Yes, call it Federal Reserve and fiat.

    It’s a culture of the god of this world devouring whomever it may. It’s a figurative and spiritual sacrifice by mammon. It is known in Christian histology as Sodom and Gomorrah. Satan always rends himself. Self-destruction and revolution are at hand. Human depravity is in full expression.

    It all goes back to the central bank(s) and its implosion of the financial and moral order. The central bank has corrupted the currency, creating a quicksand society.”

  60. 2014 January 6 9:04 pm
    mulletover permalink


  61. 2014 January 6 9:45 pm
    Wylie E. Coyote permalink

    “what has been most disconcerting about the emergence of the American police state is the extent to which the citizenry appears content to passively wait for someone else to solve our nation’s many problems. Unless Americans are prepared to engage in militant nonviolent resistance in the spirit of Martin Luther King Jr. and Gandhi, true reform, if any, will be a long time coming.

    Yet as I detail in my book A Government of Wolves: The Emerging American Police State, if we don’t act soon, all that is in need of fixing will soon be unfixable, especially as it relates to the police state that becomes more entrenched with each passing day. By “police state,” I am referring to more than a society overrun by the long arm of the police. I am referring to a society in which all aspects of a person’s life are policed by government agents, one in which all citizens are suspects, their activities monitored and regulated, their movements tracked, their communications spied upon, and their lives, liberties and pursuit of happiness dependent on the government’s say-so.”’re-being-tracked,-catalogued-and-controlled.aspx

  62. 2014 January 6 10:06 pm
    Wylie E. Coyote permalink

    “How Hitler used Universal Healthcare in Holocaust

    This is an excerpt from the documentary “Architecture of Doom.” It shows how the Nazis considered the German population as one body to be healed collectively by the German universal healthcare system (Hitlercare). The Jews were seen as analogous to a microbial infection of the population that had to be eradicated in order to bring on utopia.

    Progressives were major promoters of eugenics in America in the 1930’s. About 60K people were sterilized by eugenics programs in the US. Whether they are yet as ruthless as Hitler, or not, they still want to use universal healthcare to social-engineer an utopia in America by Government coercion and force.”

    To read more see:

    Hitler – The Real Father of Universal Healthcare

  63. 2014 January 7 3:42 am

    Darn it’s colder here (5f) outside Atlanta then it is in all of a AK right now.

  64. 2014 January 7 4:05 am

    oh -11F w/ wind…but who the fk would go outside to feel this alleged ‘wind’ ?
    I’d really hate to be some of you ->

  65. 2014 January 7 6:28 am
    bc3b permalink

    So, is Auburn the Kansas City Chiefs of college football?

  66. 2014 January 7 6:32 am
    justrand permalink

    this $hit will continue until the good folks start applying tar & feathers when needed…and they are need in this case:

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