“It wouldn’t be prudent of me either to get into a tussle with Karl Rove as you say, but, what the heck, let’s go ahead and do it.”


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  1. DogOnCrack says:

    That’s our girl!

    She fears NO ONE!

    It amuses me that the elitists are still stupid enough to underestimate this woman!

    They should’ve learned their lesson with Reagan but I guess they’re just begging for another slap in the face!

  2. jap81 says:

    Speaking of fearless Palin women, Are you still going to do an interview with Bristol this week?

  3. aardvark says:

    If I was the tattooin’ kinda girl, I’d almost be tempted to get “You Betcha” right across my…

  4. Maynard says:

    O’Reilly raises the big question: Does the Tea Party sentiment prevail in the general election, or is it only powerful enough to steer unelectable neophytes into the Republican slots? Everybody is rushing to answer that one, but we won’t know for sure until the ballots are counted. I can’t say I have confidence that we’ll prevail (and neither do I have confidence that we won’t), but I’m not thinking in those terms. I’ll stand with the Tea Party because it’s the right thing and the thing that must be done, and whatever will be will be.

    • morecowbell says:

      You have to keep in mind that it’s not only ‘Tea Party’ sentiment, the election of Chris Christie in NJ exemplified that it’s a rejection of the liberal policies across the board. Democrats, Independents and moderate republicans who do not necessarily circumscribe to the orthodoxy of the Tea Party will vote against liberal candidates rather than for the Tea Party candidates. The NJ gubernatorial and the Mass senatorial elections exemplify this trend.

  5. jimbower says:

    IMHO, it’s all well and good to say that the “seasoned” Republican candidates are more electable. However, once they’re in office, what guarantee do we have that they will act in accordance with our beliefs? We’ve been burned way too often by RINOs. At least, if Democrats are doing it to us we’ll see it coming. Let’s eject all the Specters, Snowes, etc. once and for all.

  6. Gunslingergirl says:

    Just love how he talked to Palin like a stupid child. I guess she just doesn’t get that the Tea Party can’t make her President. I can’t stand O’Reilly.

  7. nightowl1111 says:

    Good for Sarah! I trust her opinion.

  8. morecowbell says:

    Palin is right… Christine OD needs to ignore the handlers come out right now on Fox and address all these issues on a national platform directly to the people. The ideal situation would be to have her on Fox with one of the moderators, I agree with O’Really on that.

  9. JuanitaDugas says:

    “Wouldn’t be prudent to get into a tussle w/Rove, but what the heck, let’s do it”. LOVE THIS WOMAN !!

  10. JuanitaDugas says:

    Will someone please tell the guy he’s jumped the shark!

  11. jmucciola says:

    Right on Sarah!! O’Reilly is a Rove ass kisser, and it makes me ill when he refers to Rove as a “conservative”–Hogwash!! I was gonna say “horseshit” but this is a family show…

  12. tabbywabby says:

    My gosh, how cute was the “Twinkies” comment. I love her!!!

    I am praying everyday that these naysayers will be proven wrong in November. It will go to show everyone, it’s all about POWER, not about PRINCIPLES for them. Rats.


  13. BastiatFan says:

    Best. Smackdown. EVER.

    Lord, I loves me some the sarah… twinkies… lol. I’m still chuckling.

    Notice how she didn’t let O’Blowhard fence her in or frame the argument. GO, SARAH, GO!

  14. GoofusKAC says:

    if I loved this woman any more than I already do Todd and I would have to fight.

  15. franknitti says:

    It seems that talk radio is slowly but surely moving away from the good ole boy camp of the GOP. Rush and Hannity both raked Karl “the Destroyer” Rove over the coals yesterday for his remarks about Christine O’Donnell. Now if someone would just wake-up John Gibson.

  16. Tinker says:

    Once again O’Reilly shows what an ignoramus he is. Rove is a conservative? Rove has the same values as Palin? I am so over him. He gives the impression that he is only “plugged in” when he’s in the studio.

    Palin, of course, was perfect. 😮

  17. glwinch says:

    Repubs like Rove are unhappy about O’Donnell because she is in a state that typically is a base for the Repubs that run the party-the so-called Mooooderate Republicans. They don’t want the competition because it would lead to their political extinction. Also remember it wasn’t all that long ago Rubio, Angle etc. were written off by the same Establishment experts like ‘Tokyo Rove’, so this ‘unelectablity’ crap is just that-crap.

    The botom line is that if you feel comfortable voting for a so-called Republican who sounds and acts just like a Democrat, then vote for him or her. If not, then don’t vote for such.

    You get what you vote for-always.

    • makeshifty says:

      Palin’s comments on this were interesting. I took her seriously when she said that. It pains me that the “moderate Republicans” are like the Democrats in this respect: They think they know better than everyone else. It pains me because I share their intellectual curiosity. I share their fiscally conservative values, and an awareness of the world beyond our borders. However, I wish they’d read more Thomas Sowell. In “Intellectuals and Society” he makes an argument that in some sense I have believed in for years: that while intellectuals know a lot, when looked at on a per capita basis, they don’t know everything, not even close. This is not an ironclad principle, but it tends to be true. There’s a whole world of knowledge they know nothing about, but which is distributed in little pieces among the people. I haven’t gotten to this part yet, but I imagine this is a rationale for why we need small government, and why we need free markets, because the opposite of this constrains the productive capacity of this country, which is based on this distributed knowledge. When this isn’t respected we all suffer for it.

  18. Ohio4Sarah says:

    BOR could not name Ovide LaMontagne the teaparty candidate in the NHSen. Unbeknownst to him Sarah backed Ayotte. Loved the smile on Sarah’s face! Ha.

  19. thierry says:

    well, well look who got their twinkie deep fried.


  20. Brontefan says:

    I was elated when Christine O’Donnell won! I actually sent her a donation–and I don’t live in Delaware! As for the election–I think Delaware folks have an easy choice to make: either vote in a Marxist Democrat who will further the Obama agenda for redistribution of wealth and socializing America —OR— vote for Christine O’Donnell who is regular folk and has conservative principles which include smaller government and fiscal responsibility. I may send her another donation. I think the Delaware election is a clear, concise choice.

    BTW, how do I upload a mini photo?

  21. ConservativePup says:

    Sarah was great as usual, maybe even better than usual. She handled BOR perfectly, just kept talking when he tried to interrupt. The thing about ‘electable’ and ‘unelectable’ candidates: how do we know she’s unelectable? The GOP has been so afraid to be anything but moderate, in order to attract as many people as possible, that they’ve ended up way off the path of the party platform, and more importantly, American founding principles. Not since Reagan has someone run and won, who took a clear bold stand, and just look how well he did in both elections. People want clarity, and I think that we’re going to find out that enough Americans are sick to death of career politicians of both parties that they will elect a citizen who wants to serve.

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