Skip to comments.Sarah Palin: ‘Obama’s goose is cooked’
Posted on 06/05/2012 9:40:02 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Sarah Palin had this to say after Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker was declared the winner of Tuesdays recall election: Obamas goose is cooked.
I think that the Democrats there understand that the presidents no-show represents the fact that Obamas goose is cooked, Palin told Greta Van Susteren on Fox News soon after networks called Walker the projected winner of the historic recall. She was referring to President Barack Obamas decision not to campaign for Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett.
As she denounced Obamas hopey changey stuff, the former Alaska governor continued: More and more Americans realize that what Wisconsin has just manifested via this vote is the complete opposite of what president Obama and the White House represents today.
Palin predicted that the Obama administration will try to downplay Walkers victory and distance itself from the GOPs win in Wisconsin.
Jay Carney cant wait to see how he spins all this and ignores it, and President Obama himself, she said. Theyre going to really try to distance themselves from this despite the fact that they, leading their lapdogs in the leftist media, made this a front page story for how many months? Months and months.
Walker, who drew the ire of Wisconsins public employees after passing legislation to take away many of their collective bargaining rights, faced off against Barrett after organizers turned in some 1 million signatures to force a recall. Walker defeated Barrett in 2010 to become governor....
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Sarah really took it to them tonight. As always, she was right on.
(you knew it was coming, didn't ya?)
Sarah, due to her extensive knowledge of hunting game, knows when a goose is cooked.
A mini congratulations to America for this important result in WI.
I’ll save the major congrats for this Nov, God willing.
I wonder how long it will be before some libtard accuses her of inciting violence!
I am an American. Black. Conservative. I don't use African-American, because I'm American, I'm black and I'm conservative. I don't like people trying to label me. African- American is socially acceptable for some people, but I am not some people.
Ballot, schmallet. I will vote for the ones I want to.
Time to do as our Founding Fathers did find a back bone.
LOL! He thought he could make a pig fly and got his goose cooked.
Thanks a bundle for your posting. I took the liberty of sending it to about 35 folks along with some comments I inserted. So now, your stuff is in Japan, and ten U.S. states. Keep up the good work.
Obama didn't do his homework on this one. His union people can't be too happy tonight.
Walker and Kleefisch made history tonight
Unions became history tonight.
Obama will be history in five months.
“I am sick and tired of drinking the former grand old party’s koolaid that the lesser of 2 evils is better than an evil demoncrat.”
Does that mean you intend to sit out this election?
If your answer is yes, then how does this advance the cause of freedom?
I know. You are special people.
Remember her speech in Wisconsin on that cold day - the one where she had to shout over the union thugs booing her? She shouted “Game On!”
Obama is a shovel ready job.
I think that the word 'special' is misused in this context.
People who insist that others not like them can be killed without remorse, who refuse to obey the laws of the land, and make up their own, are not Americans, and are not 'special'.
In truth, a special person is one who can take responsibility and turn it into success.
Sarah Palin is a special people too (bad grammar intended).
I mean, opinions vary, but I find these two very outspoken and saying things most of our illustrious leaders don't have the cajones to utter.
What that means to you, or anyone else, is entirely up to you.