Palin to Obama: No conjones!

Cashews! Indeed. Sarah Palin praises Arizona Governor Jan Brewer for tackling illegal immigration. But Obama? Not so much.

From Fox News Sunday, Sarah Palin is asked about the Federal Judge’s decision to gut a major portion of the Arizona illegal immigration bill. Brewer gets the praise … but Obama not so much, on enforcement of Federal law on illegal immigration and sanctuary cities.


It’s not the cashews Governor … it’s the agenda.

27 replies
  1. chris-os
    chris-os says:

    Statement shows lack of class-referring to the president's private parts.

    If anyone referred to her private parts, she'd be screaming about being persecuted-again.


    • GdavidH
      GdavidH says:

      A week of lefty speculation about breast augmentation only made her chuckle. You want lack of class?…. This A$$ kicker in chief provides an abundance and HE is a public servant. I think that's a big effin' deal.

    • BEA
      BEA says:

      Ummm…I don't think she is actually saying that he is missing this body part chris-os.

      I understood her to mean that Obama doesn't have the guts (and I don't mean his bowels/entrails) or the nerve (I don't mean the cordlike bundles of fibers made up of neurons through which sensory stimuli and motor impulses pass between the brain or other parts of the central nervous system)…I think she means he's lacking the courage, the fortitude. 🙂

    • winnie888
      winnie888 says:

      Maybe Spanish Spell-check wasn't turned on.

      But thank God there are people out there with enough class to point out a minor spelling error.  My mom taught me that it was rude to do that…

  2. chris-os
    chris-os says:

    "but Obama not so much, on enforcement of Federal law on illegal immigration and sanctuary cities."

    The Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency expects to deport about 400,000 people this fiscal year, nearly 10 percent above the Bush administration’s 2008 total and 25 percent more than were deported in 2007. The pace of company audits has roughly quadrupled since President George W. Bush’s final year in office.

    • Tim-in-Alabama
      Tim-in-Alabama says:

      Based on your statistics, that racist Obama hates Latinos. They're only here to work to do the jobs Americans won't do, but he's throwing them out of the country.

      • Dimsdale
        Dimsdale says:

        Good point.  The Republicans are "racist" because they want the illegals out of the country, but the president is just doing fine with whatever deportations he is doing.


        And Bush is hardly the yardstick by which immigration reform is measured.

  3. rickyrock
    rickyrock says:

    Class …….you think Palin's got "class".Every time this idiot opens her mouth I cringe.She is a self aggrandizing hypocrite of the highest order.She quits her Governorship in mid term ….goes around the country giving 500,000 dollar speeches to her sheep. When will you people wake up and realize this woman is hurting the Republican cause as well as any vestige of legitimacy the Tea party has.She will win no Presidency ….there would be a landslide, a torrent of frightened voters running in the opposite direction.

    • winnie888
      winnie888 says:

      Who said she has class?  I hadn't heard she was running for the presidency…And if she can make half a mil giving a speech, good for her.  How much does Clinton make per speech?  And what does it have to do with AZ's immigration law?

      • Dimsdale
        Dimsdale says:

        Ever notice that the ones that complain about and ridicule Palin the most are the same ones that feel the need to "save" us, telling us how she will drive voters away from Republicans?


        You would think that she would be a Democrat's dream come true, and encourage us to support her, but they never seem to do that, do they?


        Fascinating, as Mr. Spock would say.

      • winnie888
        winnie888 says:

        @chris-os…checked HuffPo link you posted above…It quoted a Newsmax interview with Gingrich who stated the following (emphasis is mine):

        "In an interview for Newsmax, the former Speaker of the House was asked who he expects to oppose President Obama in 2012. Gingrich responded by rattling off a list of Republicans expected to run: former Mass. Gov. Mitt Romney, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels, Miss. Gov. Haley Barbour, Minn. Gov. Tim Pawlenty, South Dakota Sen. John Thune, Rep. Ron Paul (Texas) and yes, Sarah Palin."

        "Expected to run" and actually "running" are two entirely different animals.  Good Lord, don't use up all your enthusiasm and hatred for the woman til she's actually nominated.

  4. rickyrock
    rickyrock says:

    She is the gift that keeps on giving………..she will help to destroy the legitimacy of everything she touches.Poll numbers are devastating…………I will not enumerate the dozen or so fibs she's told …………….yecch!!

    • Dimsdale
      Dimsdale says:

      Why waste the time?  Get out there and start defending Pete Stark.


      You could also enumerate the fibs, no, campaign promises, that Øbama is breaking left and right (no pun intended).

  5. April Lynn
    April Lynn says:

    Personally, I love it.  She says exactly what needs to be said.  After the treatment of herself and family from the liberal left radicals (journolist included which proves their intent of hate), you libs cease to remember how nasty you really are.  But the part I love the most is, anyone can simply mention her name and liberals start foaming at the mouth, banging their heads on the keyboard, blood-pressure rises, etc.  It is completely comical.  Even better is woman liberals who show their extreme jealously and feel she is a threat.  Boo!

    On topic – she is completely right.  Obama has no cojonas, lack of spine, a downright pathetic excuse for a president who claims to be a leader.  Ask yourself, Obama called Sherrod the very day she hoped he would, how long did it take him to call Jan Brewer?

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