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
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Well, I’m coming late, so maybe a lot of people will have drifted off by that time. But, this is Sarah we’re talking about, so the crowd probably won’t thin out until she’s gone.
I’ll just have to do my best to get close to the place.
It’s supposed to be near freezing tomorrow morning and really cold throughout the day, so dress Maya real warm.
I’m a longtime lurker who wanted to share my enthusiasm for a governor I lived under for several years. Based on my firsthand accounts and everything I’ve seen and read about that guy, he’s done a great job. I suggest he’d be a good ticket with Palin, and you start insisting he’s some sort of RINO. If you can back up this allegation, I want to hear what I missed. If you can’t back up this allegation, I’m curious why you’re smearing a good conservative politician (and believe me, we could use more of them) for no good reason.
Let’s not make the RINO hunt a witch hunt.
If you have so much to say in pushing him then defend him against the charge that he is not a strong social conservative.
Descriptions like these are not encouraging.
“There’s a refreshing lack of orthodoxy about Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels, who insists he’s not running for President, but is nonetheless taking deliberate steps to raise his national profile. Over dinner last week in New York with a small group of policy-oriented conservatives, Daniels reviewed his record and the paradox of being a conservative pragmatist.”
“As governor, Daniels has been an activist innovator, putting conservative ideas into practice without being an ideologue. Thoughtful and a bit of a technocrat, his record includes a mix of ends to admire and means some conservatives will question.”
“But Daniels also proposed a one-year, 1 percent surtax on those earning more than $100,000 a year (it failed) and allowed the state sales tax to increase from 6 to 7 percent. He increased the cigarette tax, saying with a shrug that he learned in the Reagan administration that if you want less of something, tax it.”
“Before he ran for governor, Daniels was a long-time top aide to Sen. Dick Lugar”
“”Let a hundred flowers bloom; let a hundred schools of thought contend,” Chairman Mao said during last century’s struggle between socialism and capitalism. Gov. Daniels’s approach to politics and policy is unorthodox, but as Republicans regroup and embark on their own long march, his ideas ought to contend.”
During the judge’s tenure on the Planned Parenthood board, Planned Parenthood was still one of the nation’s largest abortion provider, regardless if they didn’t actually do abortions in Alaska. Planned Parenthood Alaska was still a large advocate of abortion at the time and referred women to abortion providers.
The Judge is an advocate of adoption but is also an advocate legal abortion.
Preach it, brother! Amen for Sarah for President!
At our house, we call Palin/Coulter 2012 the Hot Babes Ticket.
What a GREAT idea you have! Thanks for the ping to this thread!
Yes, you’re right. From the pathetic, Third Party, flying monkeys to the Democrat operatives here who pretend to be “conservatives”, every Republican is a RINO. There’s even a group who insist Eisenhower was a Communist.
“It truly is sad when conservatives are willing to make moral compromises for political expediency. When a person of moral character is presented with evil choice A or evil choice B, that person must choice C.
When someone says that Palin had only two choices, it is simply not true. A moral person does not obey a law that requires them to do evil. A moral person does what is right and risks the consequences.
During the Nuremburg trials, the judges that ordered the deaths of innocent Jews, claimed they had no choice because it was the law... and they simply followed the law. They were convicted of war crimes.
I was just following the law is never an excuse for evil choices. It shouldn’t be for any of us... and it surely will not be an excuse when we face God. Palin had other choices. She chose to do evil.
If you justify choosing evil... you are doing evil!”
i think she’s the cat’s b.o. lol kthxbai
Well by that standard, do you pay your taxes?
If so, you definitely do evil. Your taxes are used for abortions and any number of other severely immoral activities.
So if you do pay your taxes and I’ll assume you do, “you justify choosing evil - you are doing evil”... Therefore you are not a moral person, you are an evil person - by your own standard.
All I can say is grow up.
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