Retreating once again to the safe confines of Fox News where reporters are few and opinions are many, governor Quitter-from-Alaska continued her comedy routine by calling the President “lazy.”
Palin began setting up her punch-line by saying that President Obama knew about the Veterans Affairs crisis some 6 years ago, but did nothing about it. For those of you who forgot your calculators at home today, 6 years ago will be right about the time the president was being sworn into office.
Here is how the lazy Palin, who quit half way through her first term as governor of Alaska, educated the Fox audience on how to spot a lazy person… as reported by Fox.
Palin also touched on the VA scandal, saying that President Barack Obama was told six years ago about issues within the VA. However, he has just been “engaging in rhetoric about problems of those under his charge.”
Hannity asked Palin why she thinks that Obama does not hold people accountable, citing Kathleen Sebelius and Eric Shinseki.
“When you hold someone accountable, it takes energy and resource, and Barack Obama is lazy. In fact, he warned us that he was lazy, and he attributed that to having been brought up in Hawaii. It’s his words, not mine. And, another thing is that Barack Obama still doesn’t see what the main problem is. This main problem is government. It’s not the solution like Ronald Reagan said, it’s the problem.
Come on. Did you really expect Reince Priebus to disagree with Ryan?
Priebus made an appearance on CNN over the weekend and responded to the controversial hole Paul Ryan dug for himself when he casually said that the inner cities, “generations of men” are “not even thinking about working or learning the value and the culture of work.” Priebus – who once proclaimed that the Republican party needs to do more to reach Blacks, Latinos, Women and younger people – couldn’t use the opportunity to denounce Ryans racist statement. Instead, he commended the racism.
On Sunday, CNN’s Candy Crowley asked Priebus if he thought the remarks were “artfully phrased.”
“I’m not sure,” Priebus shrugged. “Here’s what I would say, why was Paul even talking about this? The reason he was talking about it is he devoted a large part of his life — starting back when he worked for Jack Kemp — on finding ways to tackle poverty, to free up capital, to create opportunities in urban areas around this country.”
“Whatever race, whatever gender, we are the ones leading the way, I think, in this country on these issues,” he added. “And so I commend Paul for his work that he’s doing around country.”
The hits just keeps on coming.
Recently, Herman Cain called blacks “brainwashed” because a huge majority vote Democrat. But that wasn’t all Cain said about the black community.
In another ad made in 2006, Herman Cain through his high-profile role at AmericaPAC, allowed what can easily be one of the most vile, despicable political ads ever! An ad, whose only perceivable intent is to put down an entire group of people. Herman Cain (who is black in case you haven’t noticed and referred to as “the face of AmericaPAC”) kept the ad that quotes almost all the stereotypes used to insult the black community.
And in 2012, if he makes it that far, Cain wants your vote.