Skip to comments.Candidate gets Palin endorsement (Taylor Griffin, 3rd CD, North Carolina)
Posted on 04/30/2014 4:01:08 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin is endorsing the main challenger in the 3rd Congressional Districts Republican primary.
Taylor Griffin, who worked with Palin during Sen. John McCains failed 2008 presidential bid, released a statement Wednesday with Palins endorsement.
Todd (Palins husband) and I are happy to honor your request and support your candidacy, Palin said. In Washington, we need you to stay true to your beliefs of smaller government, protecting life and furthering conservative principles.
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This is my new district ..I back Griffin also.
It could if it turns out the candidate is a neocon amnesty supporter like McCain and Hatch.
Good thing she’s irrelevant and a single digit influence. Imagine if she actually spoke the words with that screechy voice of hers, they would have just awarded the election to the Dem on the spot!
After her stupid “waterboarding is baptism” comment, I don’t think this is going to be much of an endorsement.
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I don’t think so. Her defenders might want to go down with the ship, but I honestly don’t think Palin wants to be anything but a media personality, like Rush Limbaugh.
I understand, sort of, why she retired from politics but I think she’s now trying to be part of it (as a commentator) without really taking the knocks and seriously competing.
This baptism comment, to me, was completely offensive. And judging from other Catholic blogs I see, I’m not the only one who was offended by it. And I don’t think it’s because she’s a Protestant; even most Protestants would be offended by the off-hand, jokey, faux-macho waterboarding to baptism.