Palin and Failin’ will both be in Iowa on Tuesday…
Sarah and Todd Palin will attend the premiere of “The Undefeated” in Pella, Iowa on Tuesday.

The much anticipated Sarah Palin documentary, “The Undefeated”, which chronicles Sarah Palin’s rise from mayor of Wasilla, Alaska to national prominence, will play exclusively in AMC Theatres starting on July 15th. You can vote for the movie to play in your town at The Undefeated website.

Meanwhile… Across the state on Tuesday, Barack Obama will talk jobs in Davenport.
The Christian Science Monitor reported:

White House spokesman Jay Carney told reporters on Air Force One last week, “The President will visit Alcoa Davenport Works Factory in Bettendorf, Iowa, to tour the facility and discuss the critical role that the manufacturing sector plays in the American economy.”

Mr. Obama is taking frequent road trips lately to talk up manufacturing’s role in an economic recovery that has been lackluster and politically damaging. The president has warm memories of Iowa since his victory in the 2008 caucuses over Hillary Clinton and John Edwards put him on the path to the White House.

 

 

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  1. so the mooslum heard that sarah will be there so he decided to upstage her????? would love to see a debate less teleprompter and watch him get his kenyan A$$ kicked

  2. Some might think that Obama would be unwelcome in Iowa. Hickville. The Sticks.

    Every state, no matter how rural, has a lot of government workers, university professors, and others who do nothing useful in return for boatloads of taxpayer dollars in paychecks and benefits.

    No matter what state a Democrat travels to in America, he will have a crowd. Even if that crowd is composed solely of people who are being paid by their union to attend, or people who are tenured at universities and “work” when they feel like it, and those who consider attending a political rally “work”.

    We have a nation within our nation: The State. And they are not “us”, for whom they have nothing but disdain and contempt.

    Obama will get a crowd. State-Run Media newsies will get all the perfect shots, to make the crowd look bigger, and he knows they’ll do it. Everyone does. Everyone except the people who rely on, idolize, and oracle-ize their televisions.

    No matter the crowd Palin gets, the MSM will all but ignore her crowd — people who saved their pennies to be there, people who took the day off at a personal loss, people who drove their own vehicles instead of being BUSSED IN from other cities and even states.

    They also won’t cover the mountains of trash the Obama supporters will leave in their filthy commie wake — nor the pure clean left behind by Palin’s supporters — nor the utter cognitive dissonance evoked when thinking about the “Green” people and how they treat their environment.

  3. Is Obama campaigning against himself?

    How is he going to speak about job creation and prosperity, when it’s his policies and his administration that are destroying them.

    In ’08 he could demonize Bush and the Repbulicans.
    No one but himself to demonize in 2011.

  4. Didn’t that restaurant he visited in Michigan go out of business a week after Obama’s visit?

    Didn’t that solar power company he visited shut down its factories?

    Didn’t his fancy English tailor close his doors?

    Obama is literally the kiss of death for business…

  5. So I’m thinking we need a headcount. How many uninvited show for Obama, and how many for Palin? My money’s on Sarah!

  6. It’s simple… Pro-Americans will show up for Palin and Anti-Americans will show up for Obama.

  7. Wow, this place in Pella sounds and looks great.

  8. CAT FIGHT!!! :P

  9. This seems like another administration mistake. What if more people show up for Palin than for the big zero? It could be more revealing, reliable, and embarrassing than most polls. He has something to lose, Sarah does not.

  10. How much will Obummer/unions spend to bus in people so he has a bigger crowd than Sarah?
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  11. Marxist Obama will have some university students and union thugs bussed in for his photo-op. Patriot Palin will have scores of ordinary sacrificing hard-working Americans, from all walks of life there to cheer her on:”Run Sarah Run!”

  12. Alcoa Davenport Works will reduce its hourly work force by about 14 percent, while final decisions on the number of salaried layoffs have not been made.
    Alcoa’s local layoffs are part of the 13,500 jobs – or 13 percent of Alcoa’s total work force – that the aluminum maker said it will cut in response to the economic downturn.

    McGill said the economy is affecting all of Alcoa’s customers and the ripple effect is that many are slashing or canceling their orders.

    January 29, 2009

  13. The unions might have a dilemma here; should they bus the scourge to the obama rally to worship the mistake or to the Palin’s appearance to protest?

  14. #2 – great comments! And all so sadly true.

  15. Obama has a shake-down trip? “Pay up or I’ll regulate you into oblivion.”

    Love the “failin” monniker. Fits.

  16. You know what I would love to see except for the fact that every liberal progressive in the world or soon to be born into the world would call it racist.

    If Todd Palin gave obama the beat down he so deserves for all the lies and hurt he and his people have brought on Sarah,Trigg and the rest of the Palin family.

    It would be a freaking awesome sight, but I know would never happen.

  17. The differences of competency between Sarah and Barry will be on full display. Palin and Failin’ just ain’t a catchy phrase.





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