Skip to comments.Governor Palin Endorses Chris McDaniel for U.S. Senate in Mississippi
Posted on 03/13/2014 4:16:23 PM PDT by Kolath
CHRIS McDANIEL FOR U.S. SENATE FROM MISSISSIPPI
Chris McDaniel has a proven record of fighting for conservative principles in the Mississippi State Senate. He has been a champion of limited government, free enterprise, civic participation, reduced tax rates, a strong national defense, and a return to the original checks and balances of the Constitution.
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The Mississippi Senate race is a clear fight for the future of the Republican Party against the entrenched interests of the permanent political class in D.C. We desperately need new conservative leaders in the U.S. Senate who will serve with passion, intelligence, and integrity. Chris McDaniel is just such a leader. He is in this race not for career, but for conservative change.
To learn more about Chris McDaniel and support his campaign, please visit his website at www.mcdaniel2014.com
- Sarah Palin
Go Sarah go! Go Chris go! Take America back!
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The accents of both LBJ and Jimmy Carter were their only redeeming qualities, in my estimation. Although a native of Connecticut, President George W. Bush's adopting the Texas speaking style was a real plus. He was far easier to understand than the stumbling, mush-mouthed muzzie, hussein obama, now disgracing the White House.
The Southern manner of speaking is pleasant, easy on the ears and is likely is how many of the Founding Fathers spoke. I'm pro-Southern and like virtually everything about this part of America, where Christian (and Jewish) Conservatism and freedom reign. To me, the Southern accent is an audible representation of this best region of America. Best region of America you ask? Here's the proof about Dixie and the new Solid South:
I am of the impression that Ted Cruz is much more judicious in handing out endorsements. If Sarah backs more non-winners, her credibility as a "kingmaker" will start to suffer.
I thought Wisconsin was now right-to-work?
Michigan and Indiana were the two most recent states to abolish slavery — yes, forced unionism is nothing less than enslavement (as is the minimum wage). Sadly, even with the brave leadership of Scott Walker, Wisconsin remains in the grip of Big Labor thugs.
Does her endorsement carry weight any more???
Postively, Sara Palin’s endorsement carries a lot of weight with a large number of voters.....
Would Ted Cruz be the junior senator from Texas without it?
If he is for all those, he won't be liked much by RINOs.
I believe so....experienced it myself while working precincts two elections (2012 and 2010)
Yes, but union membership is falling in Wisconsin.
Former paid union staff members from Wisconsin have left that state for greener (blue states) pastures. Several unions in Maine have hired new staff from Wisconsin.
Not everyone in Mississippi talks the same. I’ve never heard Chris McDaniel speak; he may have a thick drawl like Haley Barbour, or he may just have a slight drawl. I don’t care either way, as long as he’s a strong conservative.
Ask newly elected Congressman Jolly, of Florida.
Hah, here I thought that all Mississippians spoke with the same draaawwwwwlll. Shows ya how much I know.
Know any good lip reading instructors?
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