Skip to comments.Sarah Palin IS this Tea Partier's cup of Tea!!
Posted on 12/02/2009 12:02:15 PM PST by Jim Robinson
Being as how I'm a God, Country, Family, small government, traditional American values, Life & Liberty patriotic kind of guy, Sarah Palin IS my cup of tea. My cup runneth over!
I pray she runs.
Was Bush conservative enough for you?
Here's the rationale straight from the man. Governor Haley Barbour Statement on HB 803 Veto.
From the Bill of Rights of the United States Constitution to the original State Constitution in 1817, the taking of private property for public use has been recognized as an undesirable but necessary power for the good of the citizens. The Fifth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution contains federal provisions relative to the taking of private property.
Before private property can be taken by eminent domain under the Mississippi Major Economic Impact Act (MEIA), the States main program for recruiting large job creation projects like Nissan and Toyota, approval has to be given by several government entities.
He painstakingly "fenced in" the use of eminent domain in this process. IMO, he convincingly makes the case his approach was better than the bill given to him.
Makes me smile and want to cry every time I see it...
DITTOS DITTOS DITTOS!!! SarAH SarAH SarAH!!!!
LOL! Man, talk about a no-win scenario.
You are kidding, right?
An individual who served on the board of an evil racist
organization that murders the innocent as an industry would
never, in a million years rule properly on anything.
The mind becomes depraved by the blood lust!
Amen, Jim. Amen.
Since when is Toyota public?
He was posting a blogger post, not his own.
Evil Spirit, Come OUT!
There'd be nothing left of the poor, fuddled doofus but a small, smoldering pile of bloody cold cuts at the podium! ;)
I'm gonna tell Ann Coulter on you!! Surely one day she'll have a book signing in my area and I'll tell her, "Do you have ANY idea what a freeeeper said to me?"
Love that picture!
She would if she had two choices that were fairly liberal. It isn't like SCOTUS nominees where the president picks his own nominee, a list of choices are selected by a panel and the governor chooses from among that list.
Under the state Constitution, Palin had to select from among the nominees sent to her by the seven-member Alaska Judicial Council, made up of lawyers, public members appointed by governors and the Supreme Court chief justice, currently Dana Fabe....
The [conservative] group didn't really approve of either finalist and believes the Judicial Council should allow Palin to pick from all qualified applicants, Minnery said. The Judicial Council's bylaws direct them to nominate the "most qualified." Former Gov. Frank Murkowski once rejected all three nominees sent to him, then, when the council wouldn't send him more names, appointed from the list.
So tell us why you leave out that key detail?
Still don’t think Sarah is ready for that top of the ticket without more seasoning and/or experience, but would love to see her run for Veep again with Dick Cheney in the top spot.
For that I’d raise FOUR million, lol.
That looks totally RIGHT! Hopefully we’ll be seeing that image everyday starting on 1-20-2013
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