Like I said - you are harping on nonsense. Keep it up - like I said ‘your harp’ shows who/what you are. Everyone else knows who Sarah is and what she is about. This is a conservative site - not a dummy site. I remember your antics in ‘08 and now I see a repeat of it.
Sure, I'm "harping on nonsense" just like all the folks who were here publicly warning about Bush before conservatives stupidly elected him into office.
The fact of the matter is that Palin willingly traveled to Arizona to campaign for an undisputed RINO. While there, she wrote an op-ed for The Arizona Republic in which she stated that she had admired McCain for years before the 2008 election, even making reference to his fighting conservatives. While there, she publicly declared that she agreed with his position on immigration (which was still in favor of a blanket amnesty) and that McCain was a member of the Tea Party. All of these statements are verifiable in media outlets both liberal and conservative.
To date, she has not repudiated any of her public statements regarding McCain or her agreement with his stance on immigration (amnesty).
Keep it up - like I said your harp shows who/what you are.
And that is what, precisely?
If you want to make accusations, then by all means, go for it.
Everyone else knows who Sarah is and what she is about.
One can only speak for himself or herself; pretending to speak out on behalf of "everyone" is rather arrogant, don't you think?
This is a conservative site - not a dummy site.
Then why were the majority of folks here jumping up and down for McCain - even though he's not a conservative - in 2008?
Conservatives need to draw the line and start supporting candidates who consistently adhere to conservative values and who steadfastly advocate for conservative positions, no exceptions.
Unfortunately for the Republican Party, that pretty much rules out about most of their "mainstream" candidates.