Saturday, March 16, 2013

Palin had a Big Gulp and a smile while taking a sip out of Michael Bloomberg at CPAC 2013














Mocking liberalism isn't hard to do, because at it's natural to mock insanity. Liberals think that they are the smartest people in any room, yet they haven't yet to figure out that they aren't. Everybody knows that I am  a huge Sarah Palin fan, and that probably will never change. I respect her for her courage to stand up and fight under the relentless onslaught of the ever NOT tolerant progressive hordes. Progressives to this day truly believe based on no evidence at all that Sarah Palin is some sort of airhead idiot, when that is far from the case. Palin has in her own unique way has been the one making fun and exposing just how ludicrous progressive logic is. Anyways, Palin gave a great and well received speech today at CPAC 2013, but she brought down the house, when she went to grab something to drink half way through her speech. I like to call it the "Big Gulp" sip seen around the world.  Her Big Gulp moment was her mocking Mayor/Emperor Michael Bloomberg and his attempt to ban restaurants, fast food places and convenience stores in New York City from selling sugary drinks over 32 ounces. Speaking of that, a New York state judge shot down Bloomberg's sugary drink ban. Palin's speech was about 27 minutes, but it's the 16:29 minute mark in which she had the audience at CPAC standing cheering while having liberals foaming at the mouth in disgust and the media still buzzing about it.



8 Comments:

Anonymous Vincent said...

Saw a good porton of this, it was great, but missed the "Big Gulp Moment", darn it. Felt she'd be our first lady president untill Obama won the second term. Now I'm not so sure.
I was hoping someone ANYONE interviewing Michelle Obama would spin around in mid comment with a Super Big Gulp, pursed lips on straw. It would have really made someone somebody, but alas no one had the inclination or guts.

9:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There is a reason why I label myself "Big Pop" whenever I post on your sight, Tyrone.

Well, my friends call me Big Pop because, I drink a lot of pop; Diet Coke is my vice. I drink about 2-4 64 oz. a day. I get a lot of lectures from others that pop is not good for me. I know that pop is not good for me, but for my consolation I can think a lot of worse things I'm grateful that I'm not addicted to: cigarettes, alcohol, drugs of any sorts.

Speaking of which, if Mayor Bloomberg wants to "outlaw" sugary drinks at a certain measurement, why is he not showing too much contempt over tobacco and alcohol?

Thankfully, I don't live in New York, otherwise I might be in Mayor Bloomberg's jail for a long time under his "law".

-Big Pop

10:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't you love how Bloomberg is more concerned about large sodas than the homeless problem in his city?

NYC Homeless Population Highest Since Great Depression

12:56 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

anon "Don't you love how Bloomberg is more concerned about large sodas than the homeless problem in his city?"

At least Bloomberg can say that his city's record high homelessness population aren't obsess I guess. Funny that he is all about saving the people from what they consume but not trying to save them from falling into poverty. Then again, liberals want as many people in poverty anyways, just more democratic voters depended on crumbs of false hope.

Big Pop "Speaking of which, if Mayor Bloomberg wants to "outlaw" sugary drinks at a certain measurement, why is he not showing too much contempt over tobacco and alcohol? "

I think Big Pop it's because Alcohol and Tobacco are regulated and taxed on the state level in New York, so Bloomberg has no power to do anything about it. He doesn't have the power to ban either product but we both know full well he would if he could. Emperor Bloomberg didn't think he was going to be challenged over his sugary drink ban at the state level. It kills him know knowing that his perceived imperial power isn't as absolute as he thought it was.

Big Pop "There is a reason why I label myself "Big Pop" whenever I post on your sight, Tyrone.

Well, my friends call me Big Pop because, I drink a lot of pop; Diet Coke is my vice. I drink about 2-4 64 oz. a day. I get a lot of lectures from others that pop is not good for me. I know that pop is not good for me, but for my consolation I can think a lot of worse things I'm grateful that I'm not addicted to: cigarettes, alcohol, drugs of any sorts. "

lol, If you lived in New York City, you and Bloomberg might have been on a collision course Big Pop. My thoughts are this. If you are drinking soda, fruit drinks etc, I say have fun. I am not like a progressive who feels it's their purpose in life to save other people from "themselves" Big Pop. Hell, I remember way back in the day, when I use to love movie popcorn. It was when it was popped in a kettle in good ol coconut oil. That was before the food nazis at the group "people in the public's interest", made a big stink about coconut popped popcorn. Now thanks to those idiots, movie chains now air pop their popcorn (that now tastes like Styrofoam) and now have the nerve to charge over $4.00 a bag for it!!If a liberal dares say anything to you about you drinking sodas Big Pop, I say just dump your soda on their heads and laugh!!




6:32 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

Vincent "Saw a good porton of this, it was great, but missed the "Big Gulp Moment", darn it. Felt she'd be our first lady president untill Obama won the second term. Now I'm not so sure.
I was hoping someone ANYONE interviewing Michelle Obama would spin around in mid comment with a Super Big Gulp, pursed lips on straw. It would have really made someone somebody, but alas no one had the inclination or guts. "

Liberals laugh at Pain without truly knowing what they are laughing at. She would have been a far stronger candidate then McCain or Romney Vincent simply because she would have fought Obama tooth and nail and exposed Obama at every turn. She wouldn't have run a defense style campaign like the two establishment cowards did. For one thing Palin would have called out the media in it's blatant bias against conservative and Republicans. I still hold out hope for a Palin vs Hillary 2016 run. If Hillary runs which I am more then certain is a certainty, it would look very bad if the GOP establishment tries to diss Palin from running in favor of let's say Jeb Bush.

6:38 PM  
Blogger Christopher said...

Between her and Ann Coulter they know how to show just how crazy the lunatic progressives truly are.

3:15 PM  
Anonymous Eddie said...

Palin is overall a decent woman but still a war-monger. For that she still falls under the Statist idea that we are under some supposed threat and will have these non-stop wars that will cost us blood and money. And before anyone considers folks like me a hippie, i still believe in gun ownership for self-defense and the hiring of private security and an army is needed.

4:39 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

Here's a twist... We don't nee a big city mayor idiotically telling folks how much soda to put in a cup. Moreover, we surely don't need an idiotic bimbo telling us to drink big cups of soda...

10:10 PM  

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