Skip to comments.Sarah Palin personifies GOP divide
Posted on 10/17/2010 4:59:36 PM PDT by Nachum
ANAHEIM, Calif. There were 19 Republicans sitting on stage behind Sarah Palin when she rallied GOP activists here Saturday, but none was named Meg Whitman or Carly Fiorina.And just as the Republican candidates for governor and Senate here were physically absent from the event, they were also missing from Palins speech.Not once during remarks that lasted just over 20 minutes did the former Alaska governor mention two of the national partys most buzzed-about candidates running in the countrys largest state.Its possible that Palin didnt want to mention Whitman and Fiorina for fear of handing Democrats fodder
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Busy little rodents at Politico trying to gnaw a ‘divide’ in the GOP while a Grand Canyon sized chasm has suddenly appeared in the democrat party between the extremists in charge and the ‘blue dogs’ about ready to get tossed out.
When Sarah resigned as Alaska’s governor, the “media” said that she was finished. How’d that work out?
Lol, Martin is describing the situation concerning Obama and Dims running for office in most of the 57 states. He’s not at their campaign rallies, and they don’t mention him unless they point out their disagreements with his policies.
Hahaha! Always with the “GOP Divide” and “Tea Party hurts the GOP” and on & on, but nothing about how the Democrats are going down in flames this year and in 2012. Or that Obama and Biden are radioactive. How transparent!!
If you watch the video of Palin’s speech in Orange County, it is clear that there was nothing but enthusiastic unity in the room.
Politico likes Obama and Mitt Romney. So you can expect them to savage Sarah every chance they get. If they can’t find anything negative, they’ll make it up.
Now she is “divisive.” That’s up from “stupid,” her former rank with the media idiots.
The divide in the Republican Party is that the RINO leadership ignored their conservative voter base for a decade. Palin is part of that base, and unlike the Republican establishment understands it.
The MSM will always have a fall back line every time Sarah does something they say she can't. If she runs for President they'll claim she'll never get the nomination. If she gets the nomination they'll claim she'll never get elected. If she gets elected they'll claim she can't get reelected. Etc,etc.
Fiorina and Whitman are both libs. I don’t think the GOP will be harmed if they lose.
Perhaps the GOP won't be harmed, but California is going down the river of no return. They need somebody to steer the ship in another direction.
More horse manure disinformation from the steaming pile Politico.
A Hail Mary by Politico trying to drive a wedge between us.
Ain’t.. gonna ..happen.
Our ladies are pragmatic and focusing on their
own discrete areas and at the end of the day ,
all of us are united in opposing the agenda of Barry and the Democrats.
While trying to create friction where there is none,
Martin ignores the huge number of incumbent Democrats
who are frantically beating feet away from Barry and Pelosi and Grandma Reid.
California is the country’s most populous state, but it’s not the largest. That would be Alaska.
Then again, Politico isn’t known for being a good source for factual reportage.
Fiorina and Whitman can’t be worse than their opponents.
Oy Vey, what an intriguing and insightful piece. (sarcasm) Sarah Palin is turning out to be a bigger boogeyman than Rush Limbaugh...I’m scared...Sarah Palin is hiding under my bed...I need another Obammie fairy tale story about foreign contributions to the Chamber of Commerce LOL
The Politic Politbuero will have a caniption after the election. They are under orders not to go near open windows.
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