Sarah threw out the red meat as only she can at the Faith and Freedom Coalition to in Washington DC, today.
She skewered Obama voters, the NSA, and Washington culture in general, even throwing in a good-natured elbow to her ” good friends” at Saturday Night Live:
“It seems so Orwellian around here,” Palin said. “Before 1984, terms like ‘leading from behind’ meant following. The other day the White House testified before Congress, bragging that they used the ‘least untruthful statement.’ Where I come from that’s called a lie.”
“Yes, officials lied, and government spied,” Palin rhymed. “In Benghazi, government lied, and Americans died. These scandals are coming at us so fast and furious.”
“It reminds me of a comedy bit from my really, really good friends at Saturday Night Live,” Palin said. “They should think of me as a friend, for a while I was supplying more job security for the Tina Feys of the world and doing more for those employment numbers than Obama’s ever done.”
Palin proceeded to do her best Amy Poehler impression.
“Our government spied on every single one of your phone calls,” she said, “but it couldn’t find two pot-smoking deadbeat Bostonians with a hotline to terrorist central in Chechnya. Really? And it’s built apparatus to sneak into all of the good guys’ communications, but oopsy-daisy! It missed the Fort Hood mass-murder of our own troops, despite this Islamic terrorist declaring his ideology in numerous army counseling sessions and on his own business cards. But no red flags there. Really?”
Palin also asked Reed to sic her on any protestors outside the conference. “Easy to spot them in the parking lot, in their itty-bitty purple Volts,” Palin said. “What gives them away is that Reelect Obama bumper sticker. That bumper sticker might as well say, ‘Yeah, I’m still dense.’”
I was pleased to hear Palin will soon be returning to Fox News.
Fox News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes said Palin, a former Alaska governor, will return on air Monday morning during the Fox & Friends program. She will also contribute to the Fox Business Network.
“I have great confidence in her and am pleased that she will once again add her commentary to our programming,” Ailes said in a story posted on the Fox News website. “I hope she continues to speak her mind.”
Palin is quoted as saying, “The power of Fox News is unparalleled. The role of Fox News in the important debates in our world is indispensable.”
…how the scandals are taking a toll on the Regime.
John Nolte, Big Journalism: MEDIA FAIL: POLL SHOWS OBAMA LOST PUBLIC TRUST
Hat tip: Gateway Pundit