Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Five Positive Media Coverage Articles Of Palin's Iran Rally Address

From Breitbart;


Wednesday on the west lawn of he U.S. Capitol at the rally against President Barack Obama’s Iran Nuclear Agreement titled “Stop the Iran Deal Rally,” former Gov. Sarah Palin (R-AK) took a jab at Obama and his senior adviser Valerie Jarrett.

Palin said, “You don’t lift sanctions. You crack down on their assets. You cut off their oil and drill, baby, drill for our own. We don’t retreat. We reload against any foe daring to test us. And that is what Iran just did. So, Congress, you got to kill the deal. The president is playing you. He so disrespects you, Congress, and our Constitution, that he won’t even bring you the treaty.”
She continued, “So as Obama leads from behind the skirt of his right-hand man, Valerie Jarrett, then it’s up to Congress to close that window. He may propose. You dispose, Congress. You got to be in it to win it, because we want peace with unapologetic mighty red, white and blue. We’ll have peace. Because war is hell, yet as in all other things, this administration loves conflict so much that they’ll take pressure off the bad guys that reward bad behavior. Yeah, that’s an Obama world with borders wide open, IRS harassing, servers a wiping, where his bad actors are rewarded, while a Christian clerk goes to jail. So the call to action, friends, is take action. Do not play small. It does us no good to play small. That’s not why you were created. And we have not enough time to play small. You be empowered, and render a biased lap-dog media powerless. Hey, media, they’re onto ya! Your role is played out and you’re relegated to the ash heap of history. Look around, friends, you’re not alone. There are more of us than there are of them. Take action! And don’t let your praying knees get lazy! God bless you. God bless Israel. God bless the United States of America.”

From Breitbart


As opponents of President Obama’s deal with Iran rallied against the nuclear agreement, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin challenged Republican leaders for failing to show up at the event.

“Where are they? They should be here,” she said to reporters after her speech. “Leaders, isn’t that in their title or on their nameplate?”
House Speaker 
Rep. John Boehner (R-OH)
 and the entire leadership team did not appear at the rally in front of the Capitol that featured nearly 50 public figures opposing the agreement with Iran.
Palin spoke at the rally after Republican presidential candidates 
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX)
 and Donald Trump spoke against the deal. Radio show host Mark Levin was also on stage with several conservative Republican members of the House of Representatives.
“So as Obama leads from behind – the skirt of his right hand man Valerie Jarrett – then it’s up to Congress to close that window,” she said challenging Congress. “He may propose, you dispose!”
Palin reminded the crowd of Vice President Joe Biden’s assertion in 2012 that Obama carried a “big stick” on foreign policy.
“Little did we know, he was talking about his selfie stick!” she said mockingly.
She derided President Obama for selling the deal as good for America using “sprinkley fairy dust blown from atop his unicorn as he’s peeking through a really pretty pink kaleidoscope.”
“This treaty will not bring peace. You don’t reward terrorism, you kill it!” she shouted.
During the speech one person broke through the barricade and charged the stage, but was stopped by security agents before he could approach Palin. As the man continued to shout at Palin he was escorted out of the rally.
Palin pointed out that Obama wouldn’t even trust Americans to make their own choice on light bulbs but was pleased to “trust a death cult.”
Palin praised the protesters for appearing in the sweltering Washington heat to protest the deal.
“I never thought I’d say it but I think you all are a lot tougher than Alaskans being able to be out here,” she said to the audience.
“Do not play small,” she added, encouraging the protesters. “It does us no good to play small that’s not why you were created and we have not enough time to play small you be empowered!”

From TPM

Palin: Obama Lives In A World 'Full Of Sparkly Fairy Dust' And Unicorns

"Only in an Orwellian Obama world full of sparkly fairy dust blown from atop his unicorn as he’s peeking through a pretty pink kaleidoscope would he ever see victory or safety for America or Israel in this treaty," Palin told the crowd that had gathered outside of the Capitol Wednesday to protest the deal.
"This treaty will not bring peace," she added. "You don’t reward terrorism. You kill it. You don’t lift sanctions, you crack down on their assets. You cut off their oil and drill baby, drill for our own."

From;National Review;

Trump Meets with Sessions, Palin after Iran-Deal Rally

by ALEXIS LEVINSON September 9, 2015 2:16 PM @ALEXIS_LEVINSON Donald Trump met with Republican senator Jeff Sessions and former governor Sarah Palin this afternoon in Sessions’s hideaway in the Capitol basement. Trump and Palin were in Washington, D.C. Wednesday to speak at a rally against the Iran nuclear deal, where they appeared on the same stage as senator Ted Cruz. As Trump left the rally on the West Lawn of the Capitol, Trump ascended the steps, flanked by a phalanx of body guards, and was met halfway up by Sessions. 

The Alabama senator has been one of the most outspoken members of the Senate on the subject of immigration, and he helped Trump craft the immigration policy plan he released last month. The two then proceeded to Sessions’s hideaway for a closed-door chat. Just before 3 p.m., Sarah Palin, who was also speaking at the rally, entered the room. Shortly thereafter, Sessions emerged. Sessions told reporters they had discussed trade and immigration, and that the meeting happened because Trump was appearing at the rally and it “worked out conveniently.” 

He said Palin stopped by because she was also at the rally. Sessions was careful to say that he has “not endorsed anyone” for president, and that the meeting was not a tacit endorsement of Trump. He has never endorsed anyone since entering the Senate, but asked if that might change this year, he replied: “I’ll never say never.” Palin and Trump, a former vice presidential candidate and a presidential hopeful, continued meeting in the basement of the Capitol for several minutes after Sessions left. At 3:05 p.m., Trump emerged to speak to reporters

. Palin remained in the room. “The meeting was great!” Trump told reporters. “She’s a terrific person, and we met with the senator. We talked about immigration, we talked about trade.” Asked if he was seeking Palin’s endorsement, he demurred. “Sarah’s been a friend of mine for a long time and her family, terrific person. . . . She loves the job we’re doing, she just said the crowd we drew outside was incredible,” he said. He added that Palin had told him much of the crowd at the rally left after Trump delivered his remarks.

From: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES (Lynn Sweet)

Former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin addresses a rally against the Iran nuclear deal on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday in Washington, D.C. | Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

Trump and Palin star at rally against Iran deal

WASHINGTON — On the lawn outside the Capitol’s West Front, Donald Trump and Sarah Palin rallied against the Iran nuclear deal on Wednesday.
Inside, the Senate plunged into debate, though we know the outcome.
And at a speech in downtown D.C., Hillary Clinton defended the agreement she helped shape.
The last two undecided Illinois Democrats, Rep. Tammy Duckworth and Rep. Mike Quigley, announced their support for the deal. Sen. Mark Kirk, R-Ill., for whom opposition to the Iran pact has become a crusade, mustered only 123 words against it when he took to the Senate floor.
President Barack Obama has the votes to block a “resolution of disapproval” in the Republican-controlled Congress, though that did not stop the day from being dominated by the deal.
Here are some snapshots:

“We will have so much winning, if I get elected that you may get bored with winning,” GOP presidential hopeful Donald Trump said Wednesday at a rally against the Iran nuclear deal organized by the Tea Party Patriots.
The rally was near the spot where a President Trump would be sworn in on Jan. 20, 2017. That would mark the end of the era of being led by, as Trump put it in his remarks, “very very stupid people.”
Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s recent anti-Israel Twitter posts — in which he wrote, according to news reports, “God willing, there will be nothing of the Zionist regime by the next 25 years,” provided a jumping-off point for Trump.
“They don’t want Israel to survive. They will not let Israel survive. With incompetent leadership like we have right now, Israel will not survive,” Trump said.
“And then when it’s all done, or they think it’s all done, they come out with these unbelievable nasty statements that Israel won’t be around in 25 years and that, “We have no dealings, and we will have no further dealings with the United States.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at the rally against the Iran nuclear deal on Thursday. | Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at the rally against the Iran nuclear deal on Thursday. | Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images
“. . .
 All of these countries, all of these countries, are going to do business with Iran. They’re going to make lots of money and lots of other things with Iran, and we’re going to do and we’re going to get nothing, nothing. We are led by very, very stupid people,” he said to applause.
I caught up with Palin, the 2008 GOP vice presidential nominee and former Alaska governor, as she was besieged by reporters near the rally stage a few minutes before she spoke.
How, I asked, would a President Trump figure out a way to round up 60 votes in the Senate to advance his agenda — a difficult task if a party does not hold the supermajority of seats. The Senate Democrats can block the Republican disapproval resolution because the GOP can’t muster the 60 votes needed to pass it.
Trump “is the master of the deal,” said Palin, who has not endorsed anyone yet in the crowded GOP presidential field. “. . . I think he is not obsessively partisan.”

When Obama took office and Clinton became his secretary of State, Iran was racing toward a nuclear capability, she said at the top of her speech.
A real-world observation from Clinton: “Those of us who have been out there on the diplomatic front lines know that diplomacy is not the pursuit of perfection; it’s the balancing of risk.”
At anti-Iran rAlly @SarahPalin getting ready to speak
View image on Twitter
Clinton also suspects the Iranians will cheat. Everybody does.
Said Clinton: “You remember President Reagan’s line about the Soviets: ‘Trust but verify’? My approach will be distrust and verify.”

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