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Dueling Sarahs: Reelz Network to air ‘The Undefeated’ vs. HBO’s ‘Game Change’

09 Mar

Save the date. Sunday, March 11, 8pm EDT on Reelz. DirectTV channel 238.

Apparently some network I’ve never heard of called HBO is running yet another leftist hate piece against Sarah Palin called ‘Game Change’ this weekend, but in a coup of sorts, Steve Bannon’s ‘The Undefeated’ is going to be competing on Reelz Network.

I have not seen either film, but if Undefeated is like other Bannon films I’ve seen, it should be terrific and the most accurate profile of the Governor out there.

Compare that to the trailer for ‘Game Change’ and decide for yourself.

As Dan Ackroyd playing theater critic Leonard Pinth-Garnell used to say in his ‘Bad Conceptual Theater’ review,
‘That wasn’t very good, was it?’

It would be a crying shame if Reelz blew HBO out of the water in the ratings game during that time slot.

And isn’t it a bit hilarious that the left can’t get over Palin? She’s not a current office holder, nor is she running for anything. But their collective fear of ‘the Sarah’ prevents them from letting it go.

Just. Let. It. Go.

Here is Lou Dobb’s take on the match up and an interview with Undefeated director Stephen K. Bannon.

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Update:  Thanks for the link from I Own the World!

‘The Undefeated’ airs tonight at 8 on Reelz Network. It’s channel 238 on DirectTV. DishNetwork 299. For those of you on cable or FIOS, click here to find where to find the station in your local area.

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Posted by on March 9, 2012 in Sarah Palin

 

20 responses to “Dueling Sarahs: Reelz Network to air ‘The Undefeated’ vs. HBO’s ‘Game Change’

  1. Saddlesore

    March 9, 2012 at 5:10 pm

    What I find most interesting about the left’s hatred of Sarah Palin is that if she is all the bad things they say she is, why are they so interested in her? What the left is really telling us is that they are terrified of her popularity and the left realizes that she will be a major political force against the left.

     
  2. Genipero

    March 9, 2012 at 7:48 pm

    The Undefeated looks like a winner!

    Seems as if the left is obsessed with Mrs. Palin because she’s always so happy while their own policies seem to guarantee misery. Guess that’s why she voted for “cheerful” Gingrich.

     
    • Kate (@AKRNHSNC)

      March 12, 2012 at 8:35 pm

      In order for The Undefeated to be a winner, it would have to be viewed by a majority of the population and be a bit more unbiased in its presentation. Instead, they want us to believe that Palin is Joan of Arc reincarnated, victimized by everyone else, telling us that all we hear about Sarah is not true, only she tells the truth. However, Sarah Palin is the woman with the history of compulsive lying in Alaska and on the national stage. There are more lies in her history than one could possibly count from her statement that she was the Mayor & City manager of Wasilla despite her hiring of a city manager to do the heavy lifting while she was mayor in name only, to her claim that she was exonerated of all charges the day the Branchflower Report was released that stated very plainly that she was guilty of ethics abuse. These are only two out of dozens. When a movie presents only one side and is made by a man that was sought out by the central and only figure in the movie, it’s impossible for anyone to consider it a valid representation. That is why it was widely panned and rightly so, by critics everywhere.

      What’s most important is that Palin has no more influence except for a small group of followers who wouldn’t believe anything negative about her even if they saw it happen with their own eyes. Her support of Gingrich has done nothing for him nor did Todd’s, although the recent revelation of Todd as a known pimp, complete with detailed proof, isn’t the type of support most candidates relish receiving. Sarah Palin will never hold political office again. For that reason alone, we can all be thankful and sleep easier at night.

       
      • DC

        March 13, 2012 at 9:45 pm

        Are you on drugs? No need to worry about how many people watched the Undefeated. I watched it, recommended it to dozens, who watched it, recommended it to their friends etc. There’s a Tea Party going on behind your back. Go back to your Huffpost home.

         
      • DC

        March 13, 2012 at 9:50 pm

        Can’t stop laughing, “a bit more unbiased in its presentation.” Like HBO’s movie? By the way, ethics violations, all dismissed. So threatened by Sarah, poor you. No, poor Obama, even he has to pay for commercials trying to put her down. Oh, yeah, he doesn’t pay for them, all you loonies do.

         
  3. P. Henry Saddleburr

    March 9, 2012 at 9:26 pm

    What? Y’all don’t want to watch the film that portrays Palin as bitchy and stupid? The one that casts her as Hillary-esque?

    Don’t you remember the awesome film HBO did about Geraldine Ferraro, the first VP candidate with similar genitalia to the hated Palin? You know. The one where she was irksome and testy. The one where Ms. Ferraro was in over her head and woefully unprepared for the role thrust upon her as a Vice Presidential candidate?

    I can’t remember the name of that film.

    Was it Sleepless in the Saddle? I just don’t recall.

     
  4. beetercleenger

    March 10, 2012 at 7:43 pm

    I watched The Undefeated a few weeks ago with some fellow Palinistas. I thought I knew everything about her. Jebus. Until she became mayor Wasilla was a major backwater without roads and water lines. They had had previous mayors…who didn’t think to put them in. As a result, little Wasilla became a boom town!

     
    • Kate (@AKRNHSNC)

      March 12, 2012 at 8:36 pm

      That’s not true! Where the hell do you get this misinformation? Palin was also against anything that took the town forward, as in paving roads, updating the sewer system, etc. and voted against the same as a city council member.

       
      • DC

        March 13, 2012 at 9:51 pm

        I’ve got friends and family in Alaska, what have you got?

         
      • genipero

        March 14, 2012 at 4:01 pm

        Oh my, the Democrats do get their knickers in a twist over Mrs. Palin. As DC said we also “have family and friends in Alaska, what have you got”? (Our family members love the Palins, by the way.) Alaska isn’t for sissies.

        Did see The Undefeated on Sunday night and found it very enjoyable. It was particularly good to see Andrew Breitbart and Mark Levin discussing the marvelous Sarah Palin. Do miss Andrew Breitbart but he’s well on his way to becoming a Legend! May God Bless and keep the Breitbart Family!

        We don’t have HBO at our house, cancelled it years ago because of all the filth on that channel and we’re not going to pay for something we don’t watch.

         
      • May

        August 26, 2012 at 12:04 pm

        Where the hell do you get your information, you talk like you lived and watched sarah, did you, were you living in alaska or now living in alaska? If all this is true, why didnt it get out in the crap that the politicians were running in 2008? I think you are a sarah wanabee, and cannot stand it, because she is on the tv and you are not???
        I think you are just a sorry democrat, and want that obana to get reelected again, well vote for him , think you will be pretty much alone in that, and by the way if you live in texas,dont tell anyone who lives here that you are voting for him, dont even talk about him here
        Good for DC and genipero, thank you for sticking up for her, go sarah palin

         
  5. Tyrone

    March 11, 2012 at 3:43 pm

    I hope The Undefeated CRUSH HBO’s and Tom Hanks Palin hit piece. Please spread the word, and help make it happen.

     
    • P. Henry Saddleburr

      March 11, 2012 at 3:59 pm

      Me too.

       
      • May

        August 26, 2012 at 12:06 pm

        Me too, seems as if hollywood thinks they run this country

         
  6. DC

    March 11, 2012 at 11:46 pm

    Lou Dobbs, one of the only respectable journalists, newscasters out there. Sarah Palin, amazing woman, real, honest, uncorruptable….what a chance we had. Like she said in the Undefeated, nothing a good old fashioned election can’t fix. Sarah, we all see November, but we want to see you too. I’m so disappointed in Tom Hanks and will never look at him the same way again. Bad enough to stand by and watch what was done to her, but to be the promulgator of such dishonest trash? No comment as to the wooden headed Woody. My DVD collection will be a little smaller as a result of Tom’s involvement in this dirty business. Stay in Hollywood and play make believe people. She’s the real deal and the main stream media/Hollywood isn’t fit to clean her shoes. Thank goodness for Bannon, an excellent job.

     
    • Kate (@AKRNHSNC)

      March 12, 2012 at 8:38 pm

      You shouldn’t be so down on Hollywood, Palin had no problem hobnobbing with these people at several Christmas & New Year’s parties, trying to promote a show for Todd and for Bristol. That’s called HYPOCRISY, when you use people for your own promotion and to increase the size of your bank account and then complain about their work. Typical Palin!

       
      • P. Henry Saddleburr

        March 13, 2012 at 8:56 pm

        Sorry. I hadn’t seen your comments until now, but I’m putting you down in the ‘Not FOR Sarah Palin’ column. Is that about right?

         
      • DC

        March 13, 2012 at 10:00 pm

        You’ve just got me in stitches! Talk about using people for your own promotion, check this out:

        ” In 2002, Michelle Obama was hired by the University of Chicago Hospital as its “Executive Director for Community Affairs” at a salary of approximately $120,000.

        In January of 2005, Barack Obama was sworn in as a United States Senator.

        In March of 2005, Michelle Obama was promoted to “Vice President for Community and External Affairs” and her salary bumped nearly $200,000 (from $121,910 to $316,962). This position was “newly created” for Mrs. Obama.In February of 2006, Barack Obama requested a $1 million earmark for a new hospital pavilion at the University of Chicago.” courtesy of Doug Ross and like he said, I guess she must have just been really good at her job. hahhhaaaa

         
  7. genipero

    March 14, 2012 at 4:02 pm

    Here’s a fun Twitter account:

    http://twitter.com/#!/LTrainRat

     

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