Skip to comments.Palin to meet Thatcher in upcoming London visit.
Posted on 06/05/2011 3:20:02 PM PDT by winoneforthegipper
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A stopover in Poland for Lech Walessa (SP?) and the circle is complete. Boy would I love to see both give her full-throated endorsements. Add that to Bibi’s visit and that would send the Msmlibs and the rest of the world one hell of a message.
People can say what they want, but I think Mike Reagan said it best “Welcome home Dad.” Yea, I know, there was only and will ever be one RR, but she sure closely represents his beliefs and vision.
and the MSM goes ape shiite as usual...
I have my A/C on but I swear to Thee on most High...I got goosepimples!
I believe you to be quite correct.
She is making contacts with those that will be instrumental in forming her foriegn policy.
I know what u mean. This IS BIG NEWS!
When is this meeting supposed to take place? I thought Thatcher was not in good health.
Yes, my thought was that they should get to the meeting quickly. I think it’s been some time since she appeared in public.
Yet, we alienated our allies for her stupid, bloody, dog & pony show in the Malvinas. If the Argentines were commies, she'd have gladly stepped aside.
Thatcher worship from Americans makes me puke. She was a crappy ally.
Also press is starting up the what will Cameron do talk and why has Sarah not reached out to him.
Soap Opera basically. Palin nailed the press again!....lol
And have Piper help drive - haha.
She couldn’t go to the Royal Wedding because of ill health.
It’s possible she summoned Palin.
...Has to be real soon, the earliest might be sometime in July - August, since the One Nation bus tour in the West, Mid West and South could take up the whole month of June. I could see her announce a run and take a trip overseas including Israel (because she told Bibi that she would make an official return visit)
You don’t remember her going bonkers about Grenada?
So she was just supposed to sit idly by while the Argies invaded the FALKLANDS (not Malvinas)?
“10 Downing Street - the Margaret Thatcher Years” is her autobiography - a great read - I highly recommend, (although a bit weightier than “Going Rogue”).
Seriously, this just brought tears to my eyes. Two of some of whom I consider very strong women. This is fantastic!
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