Skip to comments.ABC: Gov Palin Hitting the Campaign Trail With Ted Cruz; Update: Details from Cruz Campaign
Posted on 07/25/2012 3:59:06 PM PDT by ak267
ABC News is reporting that Governor Palin is heading to the Lonestar State!
Sarah Palin is getting back on the campaign trail. Shell hit the road this Friday at an evening rally for Ted Cruz, Texas candidate for the U.S. Senate, at the Woodlands, north of Houston, his campaign and a Palin friend confirmed for ABC News.
And its not just Palin. South Carolina Sen. Jim DeMint will also be on hand for the 6 p.m. rally. Glenn Beck will be featured at another rally Thursday at the American Airlines Arena in Dallas and Rick Santorum will be campaigning with Cruz over the weekend, although the details are still being worked out.
(Excerpt) Read more at conservatives4palin.com ...
Were having a rally!
Join an all-star line up of conservatives supporting Ted Cruz this Friday evening for a get-out-the-vote rally in The Woodlands, including Senator Jim DeMint, Governor Sarah Palin, Cathie Adams, Texas Tea Party leaders and the Tea Party Express. Will you stand with us and help defend liberty?
Please RSVP online at http://www.tedcruz.org and sign up for our 72 Hour Get-Out-the-Vote effort. If youre not in the Houston area, or cannot make it, please share this email with friends and post on Facebook and Twitter to spread the word. Thank you!
P.S. Be sure to RSVP online here and dont forget to go Early Vote for Ted now through this Friday, July 27th! You can find your Early Vote location here.
Great news. The GOPe is not going to like this one bit. Bwahahahahahahaha. Go Ted GO!
>> all-star line up of conservatives... including... Sarah Palin
Is that the same Sarah Palin that endorsed Orrin Hatch in Utah?
Now that he’s safely past his primary, Orrin is planning raise our taxes.
I also notice Palin waited till Cruz was far enough ahead in the polls to jump in.
I found an article in the Texas Tribune that said she gave Cruz her endorsement on May 10.
I also notice your facts are wrong. Palin endorsed Cruz back in May. She’s out campaigning for him now. There are other politicians who are late to the party or on the wrong side. We won’t name them. We all know who they are. But Palin isn’t one of them.
Question: I know that Perry has endorsed the other guy. But has he been out campaigning for him, or has he pretty much been quiet? Thanks.
Governor Palin, the top conservative endorsement in America.
>> Governor Palin, the top conservative endorsement in America.
Why would the “top conservative endorsement” go to Orrin Hatch, 36-year Senate veteran with an autographed picture of a grateful Teddy Kennedy hanging in his office, instead of the tea party candidate?
You didn’t seem to disagree with my assessment of the Palin endorsement as the most valuable conservative endorsement in America.
I don’t deny it has value for some candidates. For now. While she has some credibility left in the well.
I also note that *you* didn’t attempt to answer my question — or even comment on it.
Why DID Palin endorse such a flaming inside-Washington RINO?
I’m glad you agree, Palin is the top conservative endorsement in America.
Perhaps because that “tea party” candidate was a Romney asset, bought and paid for from his Bain days, where he worked with Romney, and an actual despiser of the tea party and all it represents?
Perhaps that’s why?
Perhaps because she doesn’t support someone who was counting on his career being made by Mitt Romney and would therefore be completely beholden to him?
Yep, Hatch supports Romney, too.
But his career was not made by Romney.
Oh, and if you actually read her endorsement, it emphasized Reagan’s personal praise of Hatch and of his being called Mr. Balanced Budget.
She even includes a photo of Reagan and Hatch.
Meanwhile Romney has been fighting Reagan and all Reagan stands for since way back in 1968 when daddy George Romney opposed Reagan at the convention.
Romney never voted for Reagan, ran against Reagan principles in 1994, called himself a progressive Republican in 2002, and in 2009 declared the era of Reagan is over.
To repeat: Hatch’s opponent is a Romney client and would have stood for Romney and against Reagan.
So perhaps all of these reasons are why Palin chose Mr. Balance Budget, Reagan ally over Mr. Romneycare client, Romney ally.
But since you’re a shallow, surface Talking Point extruder, you don’t actually study the facts before commenting.
I noticed that rude (and false) comment and realized that I can just ignore the rest of your blather. Have a nice day, Barney.
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