Sarah Palin Knows How to deal with Moonbat Heckler … Bless Your Heart … “My Son is Fighting for Your Rights”


Sarah Palin handles a heckler with all the grace of a pit bull wearing lipstick. Check mate moonbat.

Think Sarah Palin cannot handle herself on the campaign trail? Think again as she puts a protesting heckler in his place. For those who wish to express their freedom of speech rights, Republican VP candidate Sarah Palin reminds all who exactly should be thanked for our unalienable rights. Americans best never forget who it is who makes America free as … Freedom is never Free.

Funny, the national MSM did not seem to want to cover Sarah Palin skillfully handling a heckler with grace. I wonder why?

“Bless your heart sir,” Palin told the heckler, “My son is fighting in Iraq for your right to protest.”
Are the attacks from protesters much different than comments made from the mouth of Barack Obama when it comes to what our US troops are doing in Afghanistan. Would a man who would be Commander and Chief make such comments about the very military he would command?
Mr Obama has said that US troops in Afghanistan are “just air-raiding villages and killing civilians”.

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    17 Responses to “Sarah Palin Knows How to deal with Moonbat Heckler … Bless Your Heart … “My Son is Fighting for Your Rights””

    1. Diane on October 11th, 2008 1:53 pm

      “Now you have narco drug lords who are helping to finance the Taliban, so we’ve got to get the job done there, and that requires us to have enough troops that we are not just air raiding villages and killing civilians, which is causing enormous problems there,’’ Obama said.

      This is the entire quote.
      Palin is lying when she implies that Obama is disloyal to the US.
      The quote was how to win the war against Bin Laden and the “Terrorist”.

    2. idiot patrol on October 11th, 2008 2:31 pm

      Our military knows all about Barack Obama. McCain fought for his country, Palin has a son in the military and Barack, well Obama has friends (oh, sorry some one who lives in his neighborhood) that tried to blow up the Pentagom

      More change you can believe in.

      Military Times poll: Troops backing McCain

      Sen. John McCain enjoys overwhelming support from the military’s professional core, a Military Times survey of nearly 4,300 readers, indicates, though career-oriented black service members strongly favored the Democratic Party candidate.

      McCain, R-Ariz., handily defeated Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., 68 percent to 23 percent in a voluntary survey of 4,293 active-duty, National Guard and reserve subscribers and former subscribers to Army Times, Navy Times, Marine Corps Times and Air Force Times.

    3. columbo on October 11th, 2008 3:08 pm

      separate thread material????

    4. Scared Monkeys on October 11th, 2008 3:48 pm

      #3, i did read that earlier.

      McCain has to do a better job and nail Obama with this stuff during the last debate. I have no unearthly reason why he does not. He needs to fight if he wants any shot at being President.

      The credit crisis has nothing to do with deragulation as Obama has been saying. It has everything to do with the corruption of Barny Franks and Christopher Dodd. Yes, both Dems in charge of Fannie.

      So much for oversight from the Dems.

      One thing is for certain … Palin carries herself much better on the campaign trail than McCain … thats wehy she gets the crowds.

    5. Fire Fox on October 11th, 2008 4:10 pm

      I posted this to the wrong thread…

      Ohhhhh, Well…


      This was in the news a week ago. She didn’t handle the situation very well… according to the press. I learned the hard way, catering to hecklers is a stupid move. I know, I said I was going to stay out of it… but, McCain got the message as he is falling farther and farther behind with all the blatant racism that was allowed at this rally. She isn’t looking so happy, now days; and McCain has taken to crowd-control.

      The other day, a little old lady said that she was afraid to vote for O’bama because she thinks he’s an Arab, in the most sincere way… and McCain in a loving a professional manner said, “absolutely, not”! He bragged about what a fine man he is and later, got booed by the crowd.

      Most disturbing, the power of false propaganda and the overpowering emotion of hatred… when it’s mixed. People like Brie, Super Dave and Sharon with their hateful prejudice, ugly jokes and their unfounded criticism is taking a toll on our nation.

      And I have something to say:



      This country is going to have enough trouble getting out of the hole that has been dug into our economy by ‘Bush-enomics’, without neighbor turning against neighbor. Even, McCain is smart enough to realize that. But what does Palin care? She will be returning to Alaska, soon, where she supports the biggest division of them all… The Alaska Independent Party! To live for, what I assume, is at least 20 to 30 years, without learning from the lessons of our forefathers, as well as those of other countries around the world, is not only ignorant, but dangerous. One could go as far as to say that the opinions of some of you are worse than tyranny.

      Be proud that we have different kind of people living under one united nation, for the alternative can be seen in other countries all around the world in bloodshed, homelessness and genocide. How can a group of people that care about the well-being of children be so hateful and crude? Are you willing to send them into the streets armed with sticks and stones, or is it going to be wooden arrows and a bottle of rum. Either way, with the numbers of weapons, personally held, there is sure to be bloodshed… I think we have enough of that going on in Iraq and anyone with sound mind would want to weapons being laid down, for the sake of humanity.

      They’re making money and we’re in an economic crisis… it’s time we use some man-power building and maintaining our own infrastructure, making our financial systems strong and kicking the $10 billion dollar a month war, to the curb! If anything, they should be paying us their $80 billion dollar surplus for keeping them from killing each other! Using that war as an excuse to belittle our, own, brothers is a disgrace… especially, when you consider that our black brothers, just as our yellow and red brothers, are the ones with their asses on the line… for us.


      And, please, beg to differ; if you must. But, at least give it some thought.


    6. Diane on October 11th, 2008 5:10 pm

      Thanks Fire fox!
      The Obama/ Ayers/Wright stuff has been discussed.
      With no new information coming out. Now it is just innuendo and smear.

      Why isn’t McCain discussing the economy?
      Isn’t it odd that he and Palin are not discussing the economy that it is having such a disastrous impact on us and the world?
      Even though this is what is on people’s mind?
      If it is so important to the ticket, let McCain discuss it at the debate.
      If violence breaks out because of the rhetoric whipped up by mcCain/Palin campaign, they will have answer for their actions.

    7. Maggie on October 11th, 2008 6:53 pm

      So it’s okay to scare senior citizens with bull and the Mexicans, but it’s not okay to question a presidential candidate and his long time associates.?

      Scaring Seniors

      October 2, 2008
      Obama-Biden ad misrepresents the Social Security plan McCain supported. Again.
      An Obama-Biden TV ad once again twists McCain’s position on Social Security.

      It claims he backed a “plan to risk your Social Security in the stock market.” In fact, the plan McCain endorsed in 2005 would have been voluntary, and workers could have put only one-third of their Social Security pension fund taxes into private accounts.
      The new ad also asks viewers to imagine “your future retirement benefits” invested in Lehman Brothers, AIG or Merrill Lynch, three firms that collapsed recently. In fact, the accounts in the plan McCain backed could not have invested in any of those stocks directly. They would have been allowed to invest only in a few government-run stock or bond funds with risks spread over many companies and industries..
      This is becoming a pattern. In a Sept. 19 article we criticized an Obama-Biden ad for its false insinuation that Sen. John McCain favored massive cuts in current Social Security benefits. And in a Sept. 20 article we criticized Obama for claiming in a stump speech that Social Security recipients would have had their money tied up in the stock market if the plan McCain once endorsed had been enacted. That was also false. Nobody who is now older than 58 would have been allowed to invest in Bush’s proposed private accounts.

      The Obama-Biden campaign’s new Spanish-language TV ad says that “John McCain and his Republican friends” have insulted Mexicans and practiced “intolerance.” The ad shows conservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh calling Mexicans “stupid and unskilled,” and exhorting illegal immigrants to “shut your mouth or get out.”

      One problem: Limbaugh has been no friend of McCain and has attacked him repeatedly. He hounded McCain for his stance on immigration, among other issues. In January, Limbaugh said that a McCain nomination would “destroy the Republican party,” and said he would vote for a Democrat over McCain. Limbaugh has attacked McCain specifically for being too friendly to illegal immigrants from Mexico, saying McCain “supports amnesty and open borders.”

      Only in recent weeks has Limbaugh swung to supporting McCain. Limbaugh and McCain “Republican friends”? Hardly. Yet this ad tries to hold McCain accountable for the words of one of his most vocal antagonists.

    8. Fire Fox on October 11th, 2008 10:10 pm

      And it is the blood of our brown brothers that is being spilled on the battlefield, as well. We still are the greatest country in the world. All of us are lucky to either have been born here or allowed to migrate here. Who wouldn’t want to become an American citizen, especially, considering the plight of the poor people of Mexico.

      I don’t, quite, get the point you’re making with that post, Maggie. In my opinion, we have to rise above the old way of thinking. And it starts within each and every one of us. But, I’m not here to argue, I simply wanted to make a point. I’m not here to sway your opinion of who will make the better president… that’s your, personal, choice.


      I laugh at Limbaugh. He, obviously, is changing horses so he can continue to criticize the man in the oval office. He can’t say that he voted for him, because he’s always on the ‘other’ side… he makes a living at it!

      That’s my only explanation…

      Choose well.


    9. Fire Fox on October 11th, 2008 10:16 pm

      Thanks, Diane.

      Power to the people, all of them!


    10. A New Girl on October 12th, 2008 1:36 am

      I Love You, Sarah!!!!

      Even if she never makes it to the White House..she’s still a woman I admire and have great admiration and respect for.

      **McCain/Palin** ’08

    11. _scott on October 12th, 2008 6:53 am

      //Quote : Fire Fox //
      In my opinion, we have to rise above the old way of thinking. And it starts within each and every one of us.

      Truer words have not been spoken.

    12. Richard on October 12th, 2008 9:15 am

      I agree with poster #3. McCain’s best chance is to present a clear alternative between the bigger-government-is-always-better philosophy of the Democrats … and look where it has gotten us … and the idea that government has to be cut back.

      It’s true that many of the Republicans who get into the presidential office (Nixon, Bush come to mind) on the philosophy of cutting back government failed to do so. After all, they are fighting Congress, the bureaucracy, and the impetus in our society to see Washington as the answer to every question.

      But the old path and the corruption it entails has brought us to where we are. Bush’s unpopularity makes it possible to throw every blame on him (and, of course, he well deserves much of it) … the media join in the chorus … but those who chant the loudest do so to cover up their own complicity.

      Look for more of the same under Obama.

    13. Richard on October 12th, 2008 9:16 am

      Sorry … I meant poster #4!

    14. on October 12th, 2008 10:20 am

      Not only is McCain talking about the economy now, he warned of the problems and here’s how the Democrats felt about all that while the Republicans warned of the impending crisis.

    15. on October 12th, 2008 4:34 pm

      Fire Fox: Wanna see some REAL hate speech. Click here

      This is also the type of thing that happens when you associate with people who think bombing to get their opinion across is okay.

    16. Brenda in Virginia on October 13th, 2008 7:59 am


      Palin is telling the truth. Go vote Obama and feel good about yourself, I certainly will not do so! I too disagree with his socialist/marxist agenda.

      McCain/Palin 2008!!!!

    17. Brenda in Virginia on October 13th, 2008 8:04 am

      Speaking of lying…Obama has it down to a science. He had the NERVE to put an ad out there talking about McCain not caring about American’s having health insurance because “he has free insurance”. Really? It’s called the V.A. as McCain is a veteran…DUH! EVERY man/woman who serves in the armed services gets that benefit…too bad Obama wasn’t honest enough to also mention THAT to his hypnotized moonbats he was ranting to.

      Would like to know why Obama “forgot” to mention his free health care as a senator….???

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