Victoria Justice Feet

•March 8, 2015 • Leave a Comment

The perfect bodied beauty we all know as Victoria Justice loves to show off her pretty feet as well as her sexy legs, and her smoking hot body.

Victoria Justice Feet

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Sarah Palin Tea Party Speech

•February 8, 2010 • Leave a Comment

I found the complete speech Sarah Palin made at the Tea Party Convention. I always wonder why a mother of 4 who has become the Governor of Alaska in her spare time is hated for the words she speaks. Phrases like “personal responsibility” and “drill our own oil” and “stop shipping all our jobs overseas” and “let the people keep more of what they earn” have made her such a despised individual among the leftists.

Anyway, click here for the Sarah Palin Tea Party Speech.

Sarah Palin on OCC

•May 1, 2009 • Leave a Comment

A Newburgh institution suddenly got a little more maverick.

2008 Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin will appear on Thursday’s episode of “American Chopper.” The show follows the men of Orange County Choppers, the motorcycle company based out of Newburgh.

In the episode, OCC founder Paul Teutul Sr. is commissioned to Alaska to build a chopper to commemorate the state’s 50-year anniversary.

Teutul told – who originally reported the story – that Palin was “a real down to earth person to talk to.”

The episode will air at 9 p.m. Thursday on TLC.

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  • Sarah Palin at the Turkey Farm (revisited)

    •January 29, 2009 • Leave a Comment

    I just came across this video again, Its a hoot! and well worth another look. The turkey ia actually being slaughtered in the background and the guy looks like he is in a monty python skit. LMAO Here’s the link! Sarah Palin at the Turkey Farm

    Sarah Palin’s Church Set On Fire

    •December 16, 2008 • Leave a Comment

    Palin’s Church, Sarah Palin’s Church Set On Fire, Set On Fire, Wasilla Bible Church
    This just in….

    ANCHORAGE, Alaska – Gov. Sarah Palin’s home church was badly damaged by arson, leading the governor to apologize if the fire was connected to “undeserved negative attention” from her failed campaign as the Republican vice presidential nominee.

    Damage to the Wasilla Bible Church was estimated at $1 million, authorities said Saturday. No one was injured in the fire, which was set Friday night while a handful of people, including two children, were inside, according to Central Mat-Su Fire Chief James Steele.

    He said the blaze was being investigated as an arson but didn’t know of any recent threats to the church. Authorities didn’t know whether Palin’s connection to the church was relevant to the fire, Steele said.

    “It’s hard to say at this point. Everything is just speculation,” he said. “We have no information on intent or motive.”

    Steele would not comment on the means used to set the fire.

    Pastor Larry Kroon declined to say whether the church had received any recent threats.

    “There are so many variables,” he said. “I don’t want to comment in that direction.”

    Palin stops by the church
    Palin, who was not at the church at the time of the fire, stopped by Saturday. Her spokesman, Bill McAllister, said in a statement that Palin told an assistant pastor she was sorry if the fire was connected to the “undeserved negative attention” the church has received since she became the vice presidential candidate Aug. 29.

    “Whatever the motives of the arsonist, the governor has faith in the scriptural passage that what was intended for evil will in some way be used for good,” McAllister said.

    The 1,000-member evangelical church was the subject of intense scrutiny after Palin was named John McCain’s running mate. Early in Palin’s campaign, the church was criticized for promoting in a Sunday bulletin a Focus on the Family “Love Won Out Conference” in Anchorage. The conference promised to “help men and women dissatisfied with living homosexually understand that same-sex attractions can be overcome.”

    The fire was set at the entrance of the church and moved inward as a small group of women were working on crafts, Steele said. The group was alerted to the blaze by a fire alarm.

    Outside temperatures were minus 20 as firefighters battled the blaze.

    Steele said a multi-agency task force was being assembled to investigate the fire.

    Wasilla, the governor’s hometown, is 40 miles north of Anchorage.

    Sarah Palin Speaks Post Election

    •November 9, 2008 • Leave a Comment

    sarah-flagMcCain’s allies prevented Palin from delivering her own concession speech in Arizona on Tuesday night – which would have elbowed McCain out of the spotlight – but that was their last chance to shut her up.

    Arriving home in Alaska, she denied she was a diva and hit back, calling her critics inside the campaign “cowardly” for attacking her anonymously.

    “That’s cruel and it’s mean-spirited; it’s immature, it’s unprofessional and those guys are jerks,” she said. “It is not fair and not right.”

    As for the allegations of wild spending, she insisted: “I never asked for anything more than a Diet Dr Pepper [drink] once in a while.”

    Palin has retained a huge fan base of voters who are convinced that the steely former beauty queen with a pregnant teenage daughter and appealing Down’s syndrome baby is just like them.

    They are unfazed by the revelation that she thought Africa was a country. Unlike her, however, they might have realised that a telephone call from President Nicolas Sarkozy of France was probably a prank. Palin told the fake Sarkozy – in reality a Canadian radio DJ – before last week’s defeat that she might run for president.

    Intimates confirm that after her 15 minutes of global fame she has become addicted to the spotlight. Judy Patrick, a close friend and former councillor in Wasilla, Palin’s home town, said: “We’d have to be delusional to think that she’s just going to come back here and live in obscurity and stay the governor of Alaska.”

    There have been reports that Palin could become a chat show host – as Tina Fey, the comedian and Palin impersonator, pointed out on Saturday Night Live, the satirical television show.

    “I’m certainly not goin’ back to Alaska,” Fey-as-Palin chirped. “If I’m not goin’ to the White House, I’m either runnin’ in four years’ time or I’m goin’ to be a white Oprah, so, you know, I’m good either way.”

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    I Put My Warm Jacket On, and it is My Own Jacket

    •October 26, 2008 • Leave a Comment

    Polls continue to indicate that Senator McCain needs a stunning reversal in the last week of the campaign to win.

    While one AP poll last week had him in a dead heat with Senator Obama, most polls show the 47-year-old Illinois senator with a six- to 10-point lead. And he is ahead in enough battleground states that media networks across the US are projecting a comfortable win for Senator Obama in the electoral college tally should the polling hold true.

    It makes reports of the internal spats in the McCain camp all the more damaging as Senator McCain looks to ride the race home with a consistent message focusing on Senator Obama’s relative lack of experience and a left-liberal economic agenda.

    But reports indicate Ms Palin may continue to make headlines in the final days of the campaign as she appears increasingly willing to disregard advisers’ orders and speak out on her own.

    Politico reported the Alaska Governor’s supporters were accusing McCain campaign strategists of already attempting to pin the blame on Ms Palin for the failure of the campaign.

    It later quoted advisers to Senator McCain reacting angrily to the report, branding Ms Palin a “diva”. The McCain sources said Ms Palin had repeatedly gone “off-message” recently, suggesting she appeared to be looking out for herself.

    Ms Palin has also been taking some heat over the $US150,000 ($220,000) spent on her wardrobe since late August, undermining her appeal as a down-to-earth working “hockey mum”.

    Campaigning in Iowa yesterday, noting the chill in the air, she said: “It reminded me a lot of Alaska, so I put my warm jacket on, and it is my own jacket. It doesn’t belong to anybody else.”