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Sarah Palin told Sean Hannity tonight, “Heck if we were real terrorists Barack Obama would want to pal around with us.”

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Anyone else find it amusing that people who support burning the flag as inviolate “free speech”, made this silly claim against someone who is unconditionally pro-American? Must be the wrong sort of people, to them. And for the lgalists, the US Flag Code specifically states adherence is totally voluntary. Why the adjetive before Heads is Talking, not Reasoning, Educated,Knowledgeable or anthing else of worth. Just Talking.

MSNBC is taking a hard line against Sarah Palin for using the American flag to move merchandise and line her pockets. The “Lean Forward” network claims that Palin’s use of the flag in various circumstances “runs afoul” of the federal codes discouraging such displays for commercial and advertising purposes. “She drapes herself in the Stars and Stripes and makes millions of dollars in the process,” charges Martin Bashir.

You betcha. And we can only guess that when MSNBC wraps itself in the Red, White, and Blue – and it does – they’re doing it for charity.

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The Associated Press transmitted a photo from Haiti of Palin captioned, “Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, center, has her hair done during a visit to a cholera treatment center set up by the NGO Samaritan’s Purse in Cabaret, Haiti, Saturday Dec. 11, 2010. Palin arrived Saturday in Haiti as part of a brief humanitarian mission. Dieu Nalio Chery / AP”

This photo and caption set off rabid attacks on Palin from the Huffington Post, the U.K.’s Daily Mail and, of course, Palingates.

However, one can observe that the woman is white, with her brown hair pulled back in a ponytail, wearing a white shirt with a bulky scarf and dark pants.

In other photos from Saturday, Todd and Sarah Palin’s white, brunette, eldest daughter Bristol, who accompanied her parents on the trip to Haiti, is wearing the exact same clothing and ponytail as the “hair stylist” in the AP photo.

The AP photographer who sent the caption would have known that it was Bristol Palin, but by not mentioning her the AP was able to do a media hit on Palin but still be able to claim they told the “truth” with the caption.

So the story is, a daughter helps fix a loose strand of her mother’s hair, and it becomes an international scandal. Amazing. But, what we have come to expect from the Progressive Media. My Grandmother had a saying, “They’d lie even if the truth fit better.”

Of course the Progressive media, much like Bernie Madoff, assumes you’re lazy and won’t fact-check them. Meanwhile their allies, Progressive Politicians, are trying to abridge your ability to do so.

It really is a shame that a supposedly educated man such as Wolffe only knows of “The Chronicles of Narnia” as children’s books and misses the literary allegory as well as ignoring the christian doctrine books such as ‘Mere Christianity’, ‘Miracles’, ‘Surprised by Joy’, ‘The Four Loves’, ‘The Problem of Pain’, ‘The great Divorce’, ‘Joyful Christian’, and my favourite, ‘The Screwtape Letters. Of course I understand why he certainly wouldn’t want to mention ‘The Screwtape Letters’. Screwtape’s instructions to Wormwood bear a striking resemblance to the Progressive Media’s stylebook.

Chris Mathews, Richard Wolffe, and Jay Newton Small are so steeped in the progressive flippancy about all things Sarah Palin they do not realize the joke is on them. Wolffe, an Oxford grad no less (yes, Lewis’ beloved Oxford) , beclowns himself as with near unrestrained eagerness he giggles the stunningly ignorant assertion that it’s odd for Palin to read Lewis for inspiration. Congratulations you three. We could not have scripted a better demonstration of the ignorance of the mainstream media on things of real importance.

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How many of you 40 nd older crowd would have the guts to follow? Very few of the beltway panty-waists, I’m sure.

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Sarah Palin told supporters Monday they couldn’t “party like it’s 1773” until Washington was flooded with like-minded conservatives. Intellectually “superior” leftards from Daily Kos founder Markos Moulitsas to PBS moderator Obama cheerleader Gwen Ifill took to Twitter to snicker about Palin’s historical illiteracy never taking the time to google “party+1773” and find the 4,240,000 results referencing the Boston Tea Party.

Christine O’Donnell is getting a massive amount of attention today because during a debate with Chris Coons, she asked: “Where in the Constitution is the separation of church and state?” He replied fairly well quoting the non-establishment phrase which is not the question she asked. When pressed further the “bearded Marxist” could not list the freedoms contained in the First Amendment. The religion clause reads, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.” The “separation of church and state” is a doctrine first referenced by Thomas Jefferson in a letter to the Danbury Baptists Association in 1802. In Jefferson’s letter, he was reassuring the Baptists of Danbury that their religious freedom would remain protected – a promise that no possible religious majority would be able to force out a smaller church. The worst part of this was the students at Widener University Law School laughed at her question. How can you be in Law School and quite obviously not have read the constitution? Or is their reading comprehension so horribly low that they can’t understand that simple phrase? As a PSA for them is this link, Boston College 3L Asks for His Money Back; Hilarity Ensues.

Sharron Angle covered the same ground when Jon Ralston confronted her over her 1995 statement that excluding religious schools from Federal funding is un-American and that the separation of church and state is an unconstitutional doctrine. Then this exchange ensued:

RALSTON: The separation of church and state arises out of the Constitution.

ANGLE: No it doesn’t, John.

RALSTON: Oh, it doesn’t? The Founding Fathers didn’t believe in the separation of church and state?

ANGLE: Thomas Jefferson has been misquoted, like I’ve been misquoted, out of context. Thomas Jefferson was actually addressing a church and telling them through his address that there had been a wall of separation put up between the church and the state precisely to protect the church from being taken over by a state religion. That’s what they meant by that. They didn’t mean we couldn’t bring our values to the political forum.

Now you may quibble over the use of the word “arises”, and if you mean that the constitution raises the point, you might be right, but the actual meaning is almost exactly opposite of the leftists’ use of the term.