Palin in the Sooner State: ‘We’re going to go to hell in a handbasket!’

by David Martosko
January 21, 2016

Sarah Palin got a rock star’s welcom in Tulsa, Oklahma on Wednesday as she told a crowd of 10,000 that America is ‘going to go to hell in a handbasket’ and urged them in her trademark twang to vote on ‘Soooper Tooooosday.’

Palin endorsed Trump in a stream-of-consciousness stemwinder Tuesday during a rally in Ames, Iowa.

The 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee was a no-show Wednesday morning at a smaller campaign stop in Norwalk, Iowa, as rumors swirled that a one-day political romance might already have turned sour.

6 Comments - what are your thoughts?

  • I Seigel says:

    Contrast her message with Reagan’s “Morning in America”. Quite a difference. Reagan offered hope, a message that America’s best days were ahead of us. Palin and all the Republican candidates offer a message of doom and apocalypse, that we’re all fu**ed. Why bother to go to the polls to vote for someone that doesn’t offer an improvement?

  • bobnstuff says:

    Trump should have Sarah as VP. She is a beauty Queen. They make a cute couple.

    1. I Seigel says:

      I don’t know. The Mama Grizzly is looking a little, well, grizzled lately. Definitely not a 10 on the Trump Scale.

  • SDofAZ says:

    She is so right. Heard some commentator complaining about her language, figured it made too much sense for a liberal so they had to complain about something. Go Trump!

  • Hillaryoncrack says:

    Go Sarah!!

    1. don says:


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