So Sarah Palin and Donna Brazile did actually have that “debate.”

By |2018-09-23T05:59:31-08:00September 23rd, 2018|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , |27 Comments

Unbelievable that after all of this time Palin still tries to pass herself off as a former journalist. 

Bitch, you read a few sports scores and banged a visiting college basketball player. 

THAT is not a career in journalism.

Here is a bit more courtesy of NFW Daily News:

Two women from widely different ends of the political spectrum took a close look at America’s sharply divided political scene Friday night at Northwest Florida State College.

Speaking to a crowd numbering in the hundreds at the Mattie Kelly Arts Center, former Alaska governor and 2008 Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin and Donna Brazile, a Democratic political strategist who managed Al Gore’s 2000 bid for the presidency, debuted their program titled “Bridging the Political Divide.” While they have little in common politically, the two modern political icons are known for speaking their minds on issues of the day.

And in speaking their minds Friday, Brazile and Palin found agreement on this point: If America is to move beyond its current political divide, it will be at the hands of individual voters.

“It’s important for all of you to stand up now and demand better of your elected officials,” Palin said.

“It’s so important that we get involved in the (political) process. We’re at a very important inflection point in our democracy.” Brazile said. “We’re lending them (elected officials) our power.”

This is literally the only coverage I could find of the presentation online. 

Which is kind of understandable since from that brief description it sounds like a real snoozefest.

“Numbering in the hundreds?” So what was that, two hundred? 

There was a time when these two could have packed the house with thousands since Palin was once a lightning rod for controversy and Brazile was once a respected political operative. 

But those days are clearly well behind them. 

They could not even pack the house when the cost of admission is a can of beets. 

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  1. Anonymous September 23, 2018 at 6:39 am

    Glory Days is all Palin has left. She is basically a street panhandler with clean clothes

    • anonymous September 23, 2018 at 5:07 pm

      I wouldn’t be so sure about the “clean” part.

  2. Deni September 23, 2018 at 6:52 am

    This is the only thing I found online too. And I looked hard! I am actually shocked $arah showed up. I’m betting there was no private jet, no hotel suite, no limo, and no paycheck. Maybe she got her Bend-y straws.

    • Anonymous September 23, 2018 at 7:37 am

      These days she’ll work for four meth rocks and a Bic lighter.

  3. Bitches September 23, 2018 at 7:31 am

    “She has boundless ambition, and more than once in her political career has managed to step out of the shadows onto center stage.” she has honed her skills at self-promotion, dashing off press releases that castigate countries like Venezuela, Nicaragua, and Iran. Haley realizes that to sound firm and tough may sway some of the U.S. public who think that American greatness depends on slap-them-around politicking.

    “I wear heels, but it’s not a fashion statement,” Haley said at a program put on by AIPAC, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. “It’s because if I see something wrong, I’m gonna kick ’em every single time.”

    Does that sound like wannabe Sarah Palinism? No surprise. When Palin landed in South Carolina to endorse Haley as governor in her first election campaign, giving it a crucial shot in the arm, Haley couldn’t have been giddier —“We were all jumping up and down,” she wrote in her book, a sentiment echoed in a news report, in which she said, “It is a tremendous honor to receive Governor Palin’s endorsement.”

    • anon 1 in 2/3rds September 23, 2018 at 8:11 am

      “Trump’s tweets highlighted the common ― and misguided ― notion that victims of sexual assault will typically respond by calling the police and that something must be amiss if they don’t.
      In fact, nearly two-thirds of women who are raped or sexually assaulted don’t contact law enforcement officials.”

      A question: What if the ‘law enforcement official’ is an enabler or worse> the perpetrator? Beginning in primary school? Then what?

      • A September 23, 2018 at 8:14 pm

        Also, too, a little side note not mentioned in this —

        Kavanaugh’s mom was a prosecutor.

        Yeah, a teenage girl is tooooootally going to put her life on the line to say that the prosecutor’s son tried to rape her.

      • viv September 23, 2018 at 9:10 pm

        I don’t believe that a third of women report it, I think the figure is much, much lower. And a fifteen-year-old girl is just a baby in terms of intimidation, which Precedent Lardarse would know.

  4. Anon September 23, 2018 at 8:00 am

    OT? OIL!. ” Iranian ethnic Arab opposition movement called the Ahvaz National Resistance, which seeks a separate state in oil-rich Khuzestan province, claimed responsibility for the attack.

    “The Persian Gulf states are providing monetary, military and political support for these groups,” said Rouhani.”

    FUCKU dickCheney^&sarahP

    • anon September 23, 2018 at 12:35 pm

      ” Fortune reported, is “preparing an aggressive tactical response in anticipation” of protests, even including “mass-arrest procedures.””

      ” “The First Amendment protects political speech from the threat of undue government scrutiny, and the extent of such scrutiny is currently unknown. If the government is planning to prevent or monitor indigenous and environmental protests, the activists involved have a right to know about it.”

      With today’s lawsuit, the ACLU aims to determine what plans the government has for preventing, surveilling, and engaging with indigenous and environmental activists who oppose the construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline. The ACLU also plans to look into whether and how the federal government is targeting already overpoliced indigenous communities to preempt political protest.

      “In light of the government’s excessive and violent responses to pipeline protests at Standing Rock, we are very concerned about the specter of government and law enforcement officials plotting to silence opposition to the Keystone XL Pipeline in Montana,””

  5. lee September 23, 2018 at 8:19 am

    “Take away her kids!”

  6. Anonymous September 23, 2018 at 8:37 am

    Why does anyone agree to have any kind of discussion with Palin? Bill Nye comes to mind. Palin resorts to her usual talking points mumbo jumbo crapola. Sometimes, for a good laugh, I’ll watch old YouTube videos of Palin interviews and rallies. Hilarious!

    • Eye Roll Troll September 23, 2018 at 12:09 pm

      Hey! It took her a looooong time to memorize it. Let’s show some respect.

    • viv September 23, 2018 at 9:23 pm

      Nobody agreed to have a debate with Palin.

      Donna Brazile is that nobody.

      Donna Brazile is done. As she is proving with this pathetic little gig with the likes of Sarah Palin, she has nowhere left to go.

      I fully expect her to join Bernie Sanders next year in his efforts to damage the Democratic Party.

      And if anyone cares, I do not wish to see Kirsten Gillibrand putting her hand up for POTUS, either. She must not be rewarded for railroading Al Franken on the basis of fuck-all- she has terrible judgment.

      • Anonymous September 25, 2018 at 5:07 pm

        I like your comments “viv”, especially about Gillibrand. My sentiments exactly.

  7. Anon September 23, 2018 at 8:40 am

    Yeah, and who would want them???

  8. Old Redneck September 23, 2018 at 8:51 am

    Meanwhile, Bristol’s kids are wearing NIKE shoes!!! You know — as in Colin Kapernick advertises Nikes !!! What do you bet the next Instagram pics will not have Nikes ??

    • viv September 23, 2018 at 9:16 pm

      It’s possible that the baby shoes were an oversight, I noticed that Tripp for once didn’t have Nike logos all over him. But then again it could be a middle finger to her hillbilly racist former husband who got in first with his Kaepernick hate.

      Or she’s trying to suck up to the mouth breathers watching that teen mom thing.

  9. Anonymous September 23, 2018 at 9:51 am

    I love the crowd numbering in the hundreds. How humiliating for Brazile.

  10. Gindy51 September 23, 2018 at 10:07 am

    Political Icon? Palin? Who wrote this fluff?

  11. amom September 23, 2018 at 11:15 am

    Lmao thinking that Plin has no idea what an “inflection point” even is, let alone what it means.
    Some college in west FLA? Audience in the 100s….wanna bet most were kds who had to attend for their classes.
    Sarah. Sarah. Sarah.
    Go home and take care of your 6-7-8 grandkids.

  12. Anonymous September 23, 2018 at 11:44 am

    Geez… why does Palin wear such fugly clothes?

  13. Two-Spirit September 23, 2018 at 2:01 pm

    OT? Which is why we celebrate Bisexual Visibility Day. Sept. 23 would be a day for bisexuals around the world to remind people that we exist, we’ve always been a part of the fight for queer liberation, and our sexuality is real and valid. Despite the fact that the woman known as the “mother of Pride,” Brenda Howard. was bisexual, or the fact that bisexuals make up the largest share of LGBTQ people in America.
    many lesbians and gays still believe the old stereotypes that bi women are really straight women pretending to like women to get attention, and that bi men are just too afraid to come out as gay.
    This ironically leads many bi people to remain closeted. Contrary to popular belief, they’re not afraid to come out as gay. They’re afraid to come out as themselves-These stereotypes make it difficult for all LGBTQ people to be themselves, and they have dangerous consequences for the health of bi people, especially bi women.
    according to the the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, bisexuals are more likely to be raped than both straight and gay people are.

  14. anonymous September 23, 2018 at 3:16 pm

    A horde of cockroaches was overheard to worry that the end of human kind was nearing and, sheesh, how would they ever find anything to eat again. A wise old roach spoke up and said ‘nah, there would always be some of that swell moose chili brewin’ over at Palin’s house for eons to come.

    • viv September 24, 2018 at 2:13 am

      you mean ions 😀

  15. Whatevs September 23, 2018 at 3:29 pm

    Well no wonder it had low attendance. It’s located in Niceville. No resident of “Nice”ville would want to come anywhere near the vicious not-nice Palin

  16. Boo fucking hoo also too! September 24, 2018 at 11:48 am


    The Daily Palin has the latest!

    “She later said she is done having babies”

    Hmmmm. How does that work?

    Apparently the Stool is done with Duhkota, and is now ( totally coincidentally?) making nice with Levi!

    “She had nothing but rave remarks about her other ex, Levi Johnston, who she called a ‘great dad.’

    Palin then had a little fun when asked how many ‘baby daddies’ she had, responding: ’14, boo.’

    “Dakota Meyer reveals he and Bristol Palin are no longer speaking after custody battle while she confirms it was it was her ex who filed for divorce and is forcing her to live in Texas

    Bristol Palin and ex Dakota Meyer went after one another on instagram Sunday and Monday while answering fan questions
    When asked how he and Palin get along currently, Meyer wrote: ‘The best we ever have ……. we don’t talk to each other’
    Palin confirmed that it was Meyer who filed for divorce and claimed that she was not able to be back in Alaska like she wished because of the custody agreement
    She later said she is done having babies but praised her ex Levi Johnston, the father to her son Tripp, for being a great dad “

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