Skip to comments.GOP Gubernatorial Candidate (N-Marianas) Embraces Palin!
Posted on 10/15/2009 8:35:19 AM PDT by SolidWood
As it turns out, there is a GOP gubernatorial nominee in 2009 who thinks Gov. Palin is an asset. Not in Virginia, not New Jersey - but let's not forget that the Northern Mariana Islands are also electing a Governor this year.
And guess who's picture is front and center on the website of GOP nominee Heinz Sablan Hofschneider? I'll give you a hint, it's not Mitt Romney, Mike Huckabee, Tim Pawlenty, or Newt Gingrich. I might also add that two of the last three governors in the Northern Marianas were Republicans (and the current Governor is an ex-Republican who started his own third party), so Hofschneider is a serious candidate.CNMI resident Heinz S. Hofschneider met former Governor of Alaska and 2008 Republican U.S. Vice-Presidential candidate, Sarah L. Palin during a stop-over at the Narita International Airport in September. (In this photo: Todd Palin, Sarah Palin, Isabella Hofschneider & Heinz Hofschneider).
Anyone on or off the Palin ping, write me.
Aw, what a great pic! That baby is saying, ‘I’m looking at the first female President!’.
Sorry, but that baby is looking at Todd! heheh!
He is easy on the eyes, isn't he? ;-)
Beautiful picture! Thanks! :-)
I think rintense was correct.
Thanks for the ping! It must be a little girl. She knows.
It may take a while for mainstream Republicans to become comfortable with Sarah as she is what they fear the most: a true conservative with no apologies to those whose toes must be stepped on to advance America, not compromise America.
She's the new face on a very old tradition: freedom. Too many 'conservatives' have abandoned this concept for a more modern 'translations' that seem to placate majorities. Well, that was then, this is now. And more Americans want what once was, rather than what is being hawked today- socialism/statism, etc.
I personally can't wait for the public rallies and the chance to be among those who would gather to hear this message- her message- which is essentially a return to the prinicples of our past.
And, to those who haven't 'followed' history and may have to repeat it, this may be a chapter they'll enjoy. Something they'll be able to tell their grandchildren about.
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