Sarah Palin Says “Nobody Tell Barack Obama What Number Comes After a Trillion”


No truer words have ever been stated by Sarah Palin with regards to President Barack Hussein Obama …

Sarah Palin speeks at a California GOP Victory rally and explains some common sense principles for government that the Obama White House and Democrats have completely ignored.

“Nobody tell Barack Obama what number comes after a trillion


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  • Comments

    15 Responses to “Sarah Palin Says “Nobody Tell Barack Obama What Number Comes After a Trillion””

    1. Brenda on October 18th, 2010 12:44 pm

      Heck, what DOES come after a trillion? (Financially speaking, probably the dark ages?)

    2. brie. on October 18th, 2010 2:21 pm

      Barry Soetoro won’t even discuss a huge issue such as Social Security for our senior citizens….with so many people out of work there is nothing paid into the fund… increase for 2010 or 2011 and the $250.00 supposedly to be paid in June to all recipients was voted down by Democrats…he won’t even touch the issue…his f~~~~~~ STIMULUS PLAN didn’t work, as well as everything else he does, never touched the issue…..the Muslim in cognito…the President presiding under the wrong name and social security number, open the files and make it public…the Democrats have hidden all of this…

    3. brie. on October 18th, 2010 2:27 pm

      He’s a punk!!!!!!!

    4. A Texas Grandfather on October 18th, 2010 7:22 pm

      The number quadrillion is beyond Barry’s pay grade. He won’t go there because it is beyond three.

    5. Buster on October 18th, 2010 7:41 pm

      obama is the Midas of all Presidents except everything he touches turns to crap !!!

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    7. George Vreeland Hill on October 18th, 2010 8:15 pm

      Palin is a user who will say anything for a vote.
      She will capitalize on what is hot and choose her words accordingly.
      The voters laughed at her before and they are laughing again.
      Ignore Palin.
      She can’t be trusted.

      George Vreeland Hill
      SM: Actually the voters are crying that Obama is in office and the look at Obama and Democrats as a joke.

      PDS alive and well with the LEFT. Oh how Palin just drives the LEFT nuts. Would anyone go after some one so hard if they did not think they were a threat? Admit it, the LEFT is freighty scared of Palin.

    8. rightknight on October 19th, 2010 1:28 am

      Sarah Palin has a knack for blurting out the truth
      in public. President Soetoro has a knack for blurting
      out everything but the truth in public.

    9. Dolf on October 19th, 2010 3:19 am

      Palin is a user who will say anything for a vote.


      blueprin for a modernday politician
      (will say nything to get votes)
      SM: As opposed to what the Democrats are doing in the 2010 midterms … not referencing one thing that they voted for and pretending like they are Republicans?

      You do realize Sarah Palin is a private citizen right now? She is not running for office.

      If that is your opinion of Palin, what is it of Obama, the Pretender in Chief?


    10. super dave on October 19th, 2010 7:19 am

      #7: i know your jealousy is eating your guts out
      but hang in there. obama’s destructive agenda
      is about to come to a halt. just hang on son
      like you do when you’re expecting your next government check.

    11. Elmer on October 19th, 2010 8:45 am

      Re #9: Yeah, Sarah Palin’s just a plain ol’ private citizen not running for any office. Riiiiiiight! Just like Hillary Clinton wasn’t running for office. PDS is alive and well right here – as evidenced by the constant repetition of her cutesy little “hopey, changey” line. You might want to start lining up behind a potential candidate who actually has a record of success in office and a chance to win. Say maybe Mitch Daniels?
      SM: Yet another challenged reader. Is Sarah Palin presently a politician, NO. Is Hillary Clinton, Yes. BTW, PDS is Palin Derangement Syndrome which is a malady of the LEFT.

      I think you might be surprised as to what the future holds for Sarah Palin. Personally, I like her in her present role of enoying the crap out of folks like you.

      There will be many candidates in the GOp who can and will knock off Obama in 2012.

    12. Dolf on October 19th, 2010 4:49 pm

      Politicians will do almost anything to get a vote.

      and yes, Obama is a politician

      so is Palin, she is to out there to be just a private citizen.

      I do think Obama makes a better president then Palin. I also think a lot of nutty left wingers wanted to much of a pay-back.
      The moderates of both parties should have united instead of having the whole debat dominated by the more extreme views

    13. Elmer on October 20th, 2010 8:41 am

      Re #11: “Yet another challenged reader.” Wow, Red! Snappy comeback! BTW, I know what PDS is. I believe the DSM defines it as an irrational preoccupation with a certain former governor, and you have a bad case of it. And you’re flat-out lying when you say she’s not a politician. As for “folks like me,” we are looking for an effective Republican nominee for President to defeat Barrack Obama in 2012. What are you looking for? And, no, there will not be many in the GOP who will replace him; there will be one. My vote for that one is Mitch Daniels.
      SM: Preoccupation, nah. I am impressed by anyone who a Democrat party, MSM and liberal moonbats would so try to destroy and discredit. Just shows how much of a threat she really is to them. Lying? You mean she is presently a politician? Really, what state or district does she presentlly represent? She might be a future candidate or presently considered a pundit, news contributor or concerned American citizen; however, she is not presently a politician.

      This is why I differed with the Dick Morris’ and other Republican pundits when they critized Palin for stepping down as Alaska’s governor. I said back then it was the best thing she could ever do for Alaska and for herself. Funny how we never hear of Alaska any more in the MSM isn’t it? Never a word of the new governor. Never a word of the trumped up lawsuits. In an environment where WE THE PEOPLE look at the political class as below pond scum, Sarah Palin distanced hereself from it. That was the key of which even the republican pundits could not see back then. People with a clue knew this political tsunami was coming over a year and a half ago.

      I enjoy getting under the skin of libs and making them eat their slogans. That’s all Obama is and was, a well produced, made for tv, teleprompter reader slogan … i.e. an empty suit.

      We agree, Mitch Daniels would be a fine candidate. I think Gov Bob McDonnell of VA would be good as well. What is most impressive about the GOP, now that they are being reminded by millions of Tea Party folks and people who just believe in common sense core GOP beliefs, is that they have a stable of great candidates for the future elections.


    14. Elmer on October 22nd, 2010 8:15 am

      Re #13: My apologies for saying you were lying. I think it’s a matter of semantics. I realize she’s not currently an *elected* politician, but by any commonly accepted definition of the word, she is without doubt a politician. I am actually coming around to your way of thinking about her exit in Alaska, but I still think she could be very dangerous for the GOP in the end.

      Thanks for the tip about Bob McDonnell; I’ll take a look. Living close to Indiana has made me more aware of Mitch Daniels, but I’m sure you’re right about there being more great candidates out there. Just wish they’d come out of the bushes so we could take a look. ;-)

    15. Dolf on October 22nd, 2010 8:27 am


      both parties use harsh tactics to discredit each other.

      The last couple of US elections hasn’t been about who was better, but who was able to smear the other into the ground.

      Only Obama…made it a campaign issue to work together…didn’t materialize though.

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