It seems that during a discussion with Pat Gray on The Glenn Beck Radio Program, Sarah Palin accidentally said the sentence "Obviously, We've Got To Stand With Our North Korean Allies," but in typical liberal fashion they're taking the statement completely out of context and are only making themselves look more desperate than ever.
You can listen to the entire statement here.
Before the "mis-speak," she was discussing the current administration and whether or not they would have the cajones to sanction North Korea.
And we're not having a lot of faith that The White House is going to come out with a strong enough policy to sanction what it is that North Korea is going to do. So this speaks to a bigger picture here, that certainly scares me, in terms of our national security policies.In the next sentence she accidentally made the "North Korean allies" statement.
Her policy statement was, while somewhat Neo-con and interventionist in direction, not a sign of stupidity or lack of understanding of world events. That's what the left is playing it up to be, but if you listen carefully you'll realize she just made a very understandable slip, one that anyone could make (except an elitist prog, of course).
At least that's how I see it.
This is, in my opinion, about on par with Obama's "My Muslim Faith" statement, and maybe not even that much of a slip. At least in that case there is at least some hint of conspiratorial evidence to validate the possibility that he is Of course that doesn't make it so, but we can at least point to his upbringing, his father, pictures...
Palin has never shown so much ineptitude that we should believe for one moment that this is worthy of discussion, yet here is the left giving me yet another chance to show off their hypocritical and delusional ways.
The "Africa is a country" thing was debunked, and so has nearly everything else the left has tried to spin. "See Russia from my house" much lately, Sarah? Yeah... that's about what this smear is worth. That one was purely B.S. too, although it sure kick-started the career of (at best) moderately talented Tina Fey.
Contrarily, Sarah Palin has been extremely worthy of praise regarding her position on Bernanke and QE2, Obama's dangerous (if not racist) position on the our immigration policy, and so much more. Funny how "Death Panels" are in the news again, isn't it?
Mrs. Palin may be Facebooking and Tweeting statements that she does not completely generate on her own, but I believe her thoughts and ideas are genuinely hers. Right now Palin is putting forward the thoughts that Americans can relate to and believe in, so much so that in "An exclusive interview with Barbara Walters from the White House," President Obama was asked (and not for the first time recently) about Sarah Palin.
Palin is clearly the antithesis of everything that has happened in The District of Criminals since 2008, and really since 2006 and before if we were to be honest and delve into some of the mistakes and violations of trust committed by the Republican Party over the past decade or so.
Fortunately we have some excellent representatives moving into key committee leadership positions come January. Speaker-to-be John Boehner has clearly received the message that was delivered on November 2nd, and with incumbents like Eric Cantor, Michele Bachmann, Paul Ryan, Darrell Issa working with freshmen like Alan West, Kristi Noem, and others it appears real change may be on the horizon.
I don't care if Sarah Palin runs for president, but she's got the progs frothing and flailing, and they really just don't know what to do. That in itself is worth the cost of my cable and internet connections, many times over.
Sarah Palin is a huge money-maker for the predominately correct political positions in this nation - conservatism with a good strong streak of Libertarian-like independence and understanding of true individual sovereignty.
And lest we forget, Palin is also quite the thorn in the side of old-school Republicans. She truly is the "Maverick" that John McCain made her out to be. She is not at all McCain-like. He is notorious for "Reaching across the aisle" and comprimising princliple. McCain-Feingold, the failed McCain-Kennedy, the failed McCain-Leiberman; enough said. Contrarily, Palin appears to be grounded in principle, and every time she makes a statement it seems that we learn more about how different her behavior is than the insiders we see on camera from The Hill.
She may have stumped for John McCain as a way of paying him back for bringing her on to the national scene, but she's had next to nothing to do with him since he secured the Republican primary. The indignant behavior by McCain's closet prog daughter (who wants to be just like dear ol' dad, don't you know...) shows exactly how much love has not been lost between the two former running-mates.
If there is one thing Meghan McCain has always done, it's have her Dad's back, so to speak. If he really had much positive to say about Palin, I believe he'd have his daughter shut her trap, but she just keeps on feeding the leftist media's anti-Palin machine with "She's like, so not smart" type commentary, and he doesn't dispute those comments. Remember, John McCain admitted that economics were not his strong suit, just as America was in the beginning of a massive economic shift for the worse.
Remember, McCain was for TARP before he was against it.
McCain's closest associates in The Senate are Joe Leibermann, a hawkish yet rather liberal Democrat, and Lindsay Graham, a man who should declare his membership in the Democrat Party based upon some of the positions he's taken over the not-so-distant past.
Palin seems to learn more quickly than Barack Hussein Obama has (not). While Obama has been jet-setting around the world and playing more golf in the past year than Tiger Woods, Palin has been busy documenting and presenting evidence that she is less arugula and Ivy League, and really more of a fresh Halibut and mountain-climbing sort - and that she can reel in, club, and fillet that halibut herself.
The very idea that Bristol survived so many rounds of Dancing With the Stars and created such an uproar in doing so, speaks volumes about where the mindset of any leftist is these days.
The left is in full "Palin character assassination" mode and is striking out relentlessly. They're essentially throwing things at her and hoping something sticks, regardless of the audacity of the claims.
And this North Korea "misspeak" is a perfect example.
There's a ton of discussion about this at Memeorandum.