Skip to comments.‘Flip-flops like this’: Sarah Palin calls out Sen. Rubio for supporting amnesty
Posted on 06/23/2013 12:04:00 PM PDT by Bigtigermike
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That’s right, Palin wasn’t fired, and Paula Dean was.
There is a world of difference.
Good for Sarah. With his position regarding this issue, Rubio has proven that he is no friend to conservatives.
Welcome to Free Republic.
Thank goodness that you're finally here to educate us.
He did it to his opponent in the Senate primary, then to his opponent in the general election that year.
She's a friend of Sean's. He should invite her on. What, is Ailes going to tell him he can't?
They put Michelle Malkin in prime time, and she has been extremely tough on amnesty too.
My parents used to poll watch in New York, and my mother told me every machine in a gubernatorial year would come in with 3-5 votes for Rocky already on it.
There is a difference between not even having the chance to renew your contract, a la Paula Deen, and being unable to come to an agreement in a negotiation, a la Sarah Palin.
This needs to be repeated. Mr. "Conservative," Mr. Independent" Hannity has a school-girl crush on the traitor Rubio. His pal Levin needs to straighten him out.
And a more recent thread:
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In a presidential election, Conservatives need an extra 10 million votes to counter the fraud, including millions of non citizens' votes.
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Ah. Yes i did. Sorry about that!
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