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Who is JANE Galt? [Sarah Palin didn't QUIT, she SHRUGGED!]
Tea Party Tribune ^ | July 4, 2011 | Michael Santos

Posted on 07/12/2011 2:42:14 AM PDT by RonDog

Who is Jane Galt? | Tea Party Tribune

In Ayn Rand’s famous novel, Atlas Shrugged, the main character, John Galt, faces a fundamentally transformed America. An America that has surrendered to the false promises of Marxism. He decides he will neither be slave nor slave master, and quits his job, disappears, and unplugs himself from the system. He does not end there; he decides to collapse the collectivist system that is dominating America and goes across the country convincing “the men of the mind,” the men that make the world go around, to go on a strike that brings about the collapse of that system.

The America that we are currently living in is almost identical in every aspect to the dystopia described in Rand’s novel. It is remarkable how similar our reality is to the world Rand imagined. And the question today is not “who is John Galt?” The question now is where is John Galt? Is there a John Galt out there? Is there someone who is willing to risk everything he has, to walk away from the comfort of his life, in order to challenge the system?

I contend that there is one. Not a John Galt, but a Jane Galt, coming out of one of the most unlikely places, Wasilla, Alaska. Some will be skeptical about this, not seeing any similarities between the objectivist atheist fictional hero, and the Christian hockey mom. However, the similarities are striking.

Following the 2008 election Sarah Palin returned to Alaska to resume her job as governor, a job where she was enjoying a greater than 80% approval rating. She was indeed the most popular governor in America. One of the most popular governors ever in American history.

Then, groups of left-wing progressive radicals declared war on the governor. Showing that they had learned well the lessons of Saul Alinsky (author of Rules for Radicals, the bible of all radical progressives, and a book dedicated to Satan), they tried to destroy her by turning her greatest strength against her. Her ethics. They started filing ethics complaints in an almost daily basis. None of them had any merit. But that was not the point. As Alinsky had taught them in his infamous book, the point was to overwhelm the system. The difference between progressives before Alinsky, and the ones that came after, is that before they wanted to create a Marxist utopia. He taught them (and that was the point of dedicating his book to Satan), that their purpose was to not to create an idealistic utopia, but to create a hell. A hell to be ruled by the progressives. That is exactly what they were achieving in Alaska. Overwhelming the state by having to respond in detail to every complaint filed. The state was wasting millions, Governor Palin had to pay for her own defense, and so she too had to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars of money she did not have. And more importantly, her democratic and republican allies in the state legislature, not wanting to be caught in the radical progressive fire, abandoned her, making it impossible for her to get anything through the legislature.

Alaska had become an unmanageable hell. The progressives were proud of the work they had achieved. At the national level, their chief radical was overwhelming our economy, bringing about the fundamental transformation of our free market society that he had promised. While in Alaska, they knew they had ended Palin’s political career, since she had become nothing but another enslaved soul, trying to cope as best as she could, in the hell they had created. And more importantly, if they could do it to Palin, they could do it to any Republican who would dare challenge “the one.”

Then, something unexpected happened on the way to hell. Sarah Palin refused to accept the rules of the game as presented by her radical enemies, and decided to do something unusual. She decided to take herself out of the system. Just as John Galt understood that by staying within the system, he was enabling it, allowing the Marxists to use him, and others like him, to make their socialist utopia work. Palin knew she was the one that made it possible for the radicals to be transforming Alaska’s government into a hell. And so, she stepped out. And while the radicals were celebrating, before they knew it, they saw something they were not expecting; they saw her coming right at them.

John Galt, after his disappearance, went into a nationwide tour, recruiting the man of the mind, to do as he had done and step away. To go into a strike, so that they would stop enabling the Marxists and their schemes for control.

Sarah Palin also went across the nation, giving her support to like-minded candidates, and by doing so, she gave them the chance to detach themselves from the system, while still being elected. They were elected without owing an allegiance to the Republican Party, and therefore, they were not going to D.C as enablers of the system, but instead they were free to challenge it.

Much has been said about Palin’s intelligence. However, to do something unexpected, with purpose, and to then succeed at it, is a sign of the highest level of intelligence. The ability to reason and to have insight. This should not be a surprise, because we know that insight is a gift from God. The same gift that allowed the apostle Peter to understand what most of the religious scholars of his day could not. That Jesus was the prophesized Christ, the Messiah.

“And Jesus answered and said unto him, Blessed art thou, Simon Barjona; for flesh and blood hath not revealed it unto thee, but my Father which is in heaven.” Mathews 16:17

There is now little doubt that Palin succeeded at what she attempted to do. She was able to revitalize her name, revived any political future she might have, paid her growing debt, spared her state the ongoing radical attacks, continued to have her agenda moved forward by her former Lieutenant governor, and gave herself a chance to influence national politics. As Ronald Reagan would have said, not bad, not bad at all.

However, Palin is not able to communicate her views with the sophisticated language that would be expected from a person of high intelligence. She instead is able to communicate on simple language, that even uneducated people are able to understand. Contrast that with our Radical-in-Chief in the White House, who is capable of giving a two-hour speech explaining in very sophisticated language how sometimes 2 +2 can equal 5. The media admires him for this ability, because he is able to confuse people like no other politician before him. On the other hand, Palin comes along and says in very simple words, that 2 + 2 can only be 4, and that it is evil to try to pretend otherwise. For this, she is mocked and ridiculed.

However, we should not be fooled, and fall for the false premises of our radical friends. It is amazing how we all recognize that Thomas Jefferson was one of the most intelligent men ever to have occupied the White House. His ability to reason was unmatched by any of our founders, and by any of his successors. Yet, today, the people that reach the same conclusions of logic regarding the freedom of men are called stupid. While those that hold illogical and failed views about the value of wealth redistribution are praised for their intelligence. However, stupidity, even when cloaked with fancy words, still is stupidity.

By going Galt (or going rogue as she put it), Palin proved what she is made of. I would encourage conservatives, tea party patriots, and any one who believes in the power of the individual to take a stand against the powerful and make difference, to take a second look at this real life Jane Galt, as she gets ready to embark in her most difficult challenge ever. To take a stand against the elites of both political parties, the elites that have transformed our great nation into the America of Atlas Shrugged.

The elites of Atlas Shrugged feared what John Galt stood for, and tried to destroy him. The real life elites also fear what Palin stands for, and they will continue their best efforts to destroy her. However, with our support we can help send a signal to them that will give them a shiver down their spine. That Sarah Palin is coming to Washington DC. And a new birth of freedom is coming with her.

Dr. Michael Santos is a physician and a writer. He is the author of the futuristic thriller 2076-Reagan’s Last Word, a novel about an America where liberty has died and tyranny rules.


TOPICS: Editorial; News/Current Events; Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: galt; johngalt; palin; sarahpalin; whoisjohngalt; whoissarahpalin
Here is an interesting counter to the "Sarah is a QUITTER" meme:
Governor Palin didn't QUIT, she SHRUGGED!

1 posted on 07/12/2011 2:42:18 AM PDT by RonDog
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To: RonDog

reloading


2 posted on 07/12/2011 2:44:01 AM PDT by Doogle ((USAF.68-73..8th TFW Ubon Thailand..never store a threat you should have eliminated))
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To: Doogle

:o)


3 posted on 07/12/2011 2:46:20 AM PDT by RonDog
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To: RonDog

Excellent! More ammo for the usual encounter/debate with the leftists at The Local Watering Hole later this week, hehehehe!


4 posted on 07/12/2011 2:58:29 AM PDT by prisoner6 (Right Wing Nuts bolt The Constitution together as the loose screws of the Left fall out!)
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To: RonDog

Well done!


5 posted on 07/12/2011 3:13:54 AM PDT by 9YearLurker
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To: prisoner6
From an article originally posted in 2006, I think that we can see a PATTERN in Governor Palin's decision-making process:
...Palin ran for lieutenant governor in 2002 at the age of 39. She was just finishing her second term as Wasilla mayor. Though she had less money than the other three candidates, she finished a strong second, within 2,000 votes of winner Loren Leman.

In the last two weeks of the general election campaign, she did her Republican duty, stumping the state and appearing on television for Frank Murkowski. She was still, as she herself put it later, "the golden child."

The victorious Murkowski offered her several jobs in his administration, she said, including commissioner of commerce or head of the state parks division. Her name turned up on the short list of possible appointments to replace Murkowski himself in the U.S. Senate.

Palin turned the governor down until he offered to put her on the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission. The body is responsible for overseeing state oil fields to be sure wells are operated safely and recover the state's resources efficiently. Two of the three commission seats were vacant.

Palin, who admitted to having little background in the field, was named chairwoman, with the $125,000-a-year seat designated for a "public" member. She said she took the job to learn more about the oil industry, vital for the state. It wasn't an obvious stepping stone, she insists. "As far as the resume goes, the Commerce job would have been better, gallivanting around the state," she said.

The other Murkowski appointee to the commission was Republican Party chairman Randy Ruedrich. He had a professional background as an petroleum engineer. But protests were heard immediately about having a fundraising partisan regulating the oil industry.

The crisis had enveloped Palin by September 2003, seven months after her appointment. The story eventually spilled into public view: staff complaints about Ruedrich doing party business on state time, a leaked document to a gas-drilling company, perceived favoritism toward companies the commission was supposed to be regulating.

"Because she's enthusiastic and positive, she can be misread as naive and someone who can be manipulated," said Tuckerman Babcock, a former Republican Party chairman, former AOGCC commissioner and a longtime Palin adviser. "I think Randy Ruedrich and (Murkowski chief of staff) Jim Clark misread her ... I think that people who wanted her to look the other way assumed that she would play ball."

Palin, acting as chairwoman and ethics supervisor, passed complaints up the ladder to the attorney general and the governor's office. By November, as the complaints compounded, Ruedrich resigned from the commission. But there was still no word on how the administration was handling the sensitive matter. Palin, who was asked to gather evidence from Ruedrich's computer, was bound by state ethics laws from saying anything publicly.

It was especially tough for Palin because one of the main issues Ruedrich had been promoting, shallow-gas drilling in the Mat-Su area, affected her friends and neighbors. She finally quit in frustration in January, months before specific allegations would become public. She had been on the job only 11 months.

"A good friend told me that in politics either you eat well or you sleep well," Palin said of those times. "I wasn't sleeping well."

CRISIS OF CONSCIENCE

Concerned that the matter might be dropped, she continued to talk to the state through a lawyer, Wayne Anthony Ross, the National Rifle Association board member who had made a right-wing primary challenge to Murkowski in 2002. A former national committeeman for the Republican Party, he knew what it was like to be outside what he calls the "power elite."

"It was a crisis of conscience for her," Ross said. "Her personal integrity is very important to her, and here it appears she's behind a cover-up."

Palin and her supporters say she was trying to grope through the state's secretive ethics- complaint process and did not fear political repercussions. But the potential consequences to her up-and-coming career were obvious.

"She could have ended up in as much of a political wilderness as Wayne Ross did for years," said Babcock...


6 posted on 07/12/2011 3:26:21 AM PDT by RonDog
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To: RonDog; Envisioning; waterhill

Ping for later.


7 posted on 07/12/2011 3:31:15 AM PDT by ixtl (You live and learn. Or you don't live long.)
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To: RonDog

I will admit that my wife and I were both in the “I don’t want Palin for president” crowd who put in the list of negatives that she quit. We like her, but her running for president just didn’t feel right.

This argument makes much more sense to me. I still don’t think she should run for president. We need someone on the outside forcing a Republican insider to do right. Once you get in the system you are controlled by the system. She can do more good cutting at the cancer from the outside than she can by getting inside and being controlled by the cancer.


8 posted on 07/12/2011 3:41:59 AM PDT by cizinec ("Brother, your best friend ain't your Momma, it's the Field Artillery.")
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To: 9YearLurker; JohnGalt; Dagny Taggart
Thanks!
Although, personally, I've always seen Governor Palin as more like Dagny Taggart. :o)

9 posted on 07/12/2011 3:44:02 AM PDT by RonDog
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To: RonDog

Great article, this Ladies time has come.


10 posted on 07/12/2011 3:44:49 AM PDT by exnavy (May the Lord bless and keep our troops.)
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To: CaptainAmiigaf

Sarah ping!


11 posted on 07/12/2011 3:47:46 AM PDT by Mrs. B.S. Roberts
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To: RonDog

BS, nothing more than the “who are you going to believe me are your own lying eyes”. She quiet, spin will not change that.


12 posted on 07/12/2011 3:49:51 AM PDT by org.whodat
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To: cizinec
This argument makes much more sense to me.
Excellent!
Then, you're going to LOVE the movie!

13 posted on 07/12/2011 3:51:36 AM PDT by RonDog
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To: onyx

palin june 19 1
“The Undefeated” documentary on Sarah Palin
shows a young Sarah, right, with her older sister Heather
Victory Film Group Photo

Ping!

14 posted on 07/12/2011 3:57:35 AM PDT by RonDog
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To: org.whodat
...She quiet, spin will not change that.
LOL!
Governor Palin is MANY things, but "quiet" is not one of them ;)
Seriously, you PARTICULARLY need to see "The Undefeated" ASAP!
It should provide EXACTLY the right therapy to help you get past your acceptance of the Left's "quitter" meme.

15 posted on 07/12/2011 4:08:23 AM PDT by RonDog
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To: RonDog
This the reason she is not running for POTUS

Our system is far too corrupt to fix, if she ran the “system” would eat her alive

DC isn't Alaskan politics the forces arrayed against her are to formidable She has no chance to save the country

16 posted on 07/12/2011 4:14:25 AM PDT by Popman (Obama. First Marxist to turn a five year Marxist plan into a 4 year administration.)
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To: RonDog

He continually misspells that word. I’m thinking English is not Boris’ native tongue.
;~D


17 posted on 07/12/2011 4:44:05 AM PDT by kanawa
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To: EveningStar

Get this one?


18 posted on 07/12/2011 5:20:46 AM PDT by Mrs. Don-o (Point of information.)
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To: RonDog
Well done, but I did feel this part wasn't quite worded right: However, Palin is not able to communicate her views with the sophisticated language that would be expected from a person of high intelligence. She instead is able to communicate on simple language, that even uneducated people are able to understand. I think it should read: Palin does not communicate.... I think the way it's worded makes it sound like she's incapable of using sophisticated language, not that she chooses not to.
19 posted on 07/12/2011 5:29:59 AM PDT by Spirit of Liberty
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To: RonDog

I have been somewhat such as John Galt.

I did not think at the time just my own effect would have an impact, but as we are seeing collectively all those that have gone this route since Obama was elected have indeed made an impact.

And its changing how the propaganda machine for the Islamo-fascism of the Obama regime is able to maintain and initiate its programs, basically it has indeed thrown a monkey wrench in Obamas gear box.


20 posted on 07/12/2011 5:36:33 AM PDT by Eye of Unk
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To: org.whodat
Yup, this is just spin. Call a spade a spade and lets move on. I thought us conservatives were suppose to hate revisionist history.
21 posted on 07/12/2011 5:44:43 AM PDT by A Texan (Oderint dum metuant)
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To: RonDog

Quiet, quieter, resigned did not complete term. All the same, it is what happened.


22 posted on 07/12/2011 5:45:57 AM PDT by org.whodat
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To: RonDog

Well, since the White House has even more of this, I guess she’ll refuse to run for President if this is true. We’ll see.


23 posted on 07/12/2011 5:54:36 AM PDT by Gondring (Paul Revere would have been flamed as a naysayer troll and told to go back to Boston.)
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To: org.whodat
BS, nothing more than the “who are you going to believe me are your own lying eyes”. She quiet, spin will not change that.
That she quit, nobody doubts. But then, most of us favor term limits because we discern that while Democrats go to Washington to do well, even a Republican who goes there to do good will, over time, get co-opted into doing well more than good.
Governor Palin simply recognized that altho she was motivated to do good, the Alinskyite attacks forced her to devote all her, and the state government's, energy to keeping from personally doing badly.
Consequently she unexpectedly terminated her term. She could, of course, have made a radical left turn and perhaps have been able to stay in the governor's mansion . . .
But that would have been simply trying to do well - and Gov. Palin has on more than one occasion transcended that. Back at the start of 2010 I evaluated the situation we would be in now, and I concluded then that our main concern should be to get ahead of the Romney campaign - and that the only way to do that was for conservatives to rally around a single good candidate. And I concluded that Gov. Palin was good enough, and "better" would be the enemy of good enough. That's when I adopted my current tagline:

Draft Palin

If the Republican Party can nominate a John McCain, we have to fight to avoid doing a lot worse than Palin.


24 posted on 07/12/2011 6:18:10 AM PDT by conservatism_IS_compassion (DRAFT PALIN)
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To: RonDog

Incredible spinning for the Trademark. Utterly humorous nonsense. What’s even funnier is that some will embrace it as if it had meaning.


25 posted on 07/12/2011 6:27:22 AM PDT by wtc911 ("How you gonna get down that hill?")
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To: RonDog
Also from the article....

"Palin found other, small ways to stay in circulation. She appeared on statewide television in an ad for Spenard Builders Supply."

Isn't Spenard the company that financed Todd's race team and built their house for them (at least partially)? Didn't Palin(™) give them the multi-million dollar Ice-Rink contract?

26 posted on 07/12/2011 6:36:17 AM PDT by wtc911 ("How you gonna get down that hill?")
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To: RonDog; Publius

Semi-atlassy ping. Looking at Gov. Palin’s trajectory through an AS lens.


27 posted on 07/12/2011 8:01:59 AM PDT by Still Thinking (Freedom is NOT a loophole!)
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To: org.whodat

Get back under your bridge.


28 posted on 07/12/2011 8:06:07 AM PDT by TXnMA (There is no Constitutional right to NOT be offended.)
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To: conservatism_IS_compassion
What is your tag line, excuse making 101??? are my dog ate the home work. Remember you can decide whatever you wish, but that mouse in your pocket is the we. Lots of other people disagree.
29 posted on 07/12/2011 8:11:54 AM PDT by org.whodat
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To: org.whodat

Not always a bad thing.


30 posted on 07/12/2011 8:19:42 AM PDT by ctdonath2 ($1 meals: http://abuckaplate.blogspot.com/)
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To: cizinec; RonDog

Philosophy may attract some people to vote. But a candidate must energize people.

Look at how Arnold became gov. of Call lee forn nee yah.
Look how we have this teleprompter reader as president.
They carried no philosophical message, but carried the people’s emotions.

If you work sales, you understand that people buy/don’t buy from emotion, not logic.

You must excite people. The republican candidate, unlike the democrat candidate, must carry philosophy as well as excitement. That person is Sarah Palin, who stands above the other suits.

She should team up with Marco Rubio. That would be one heck of a ticket.


31 posted on 07/12/2011 8:21:54 AM PDT by Loud Mime (Democrats: debt, dependence and derision)
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To: org.whodat; RonDog; All
Thank you for this article. It is a find!!!

About her quitting ... It was the smart and unexpected thing to do. If people turn against her for getting out of an untenable situation they are very short sighted and it is always easy to criticize others. What have the rest of us been doing. Have you ever quit a job?

She is not corrupted as is most every politician in Washington or state or city government all over America. She stands for what she believes and has clear vision of what is happening. She loves Alaska, America and God. We could not possibly have a better candidate for President or Senator or Secretary of State. Only the last two require to much bowing before other nations, and the pressures of your cohorts.

She would be great on the Supreme court ... if she were willing to do it. I know, I know she is not a lawyer or a judge, already. She has handled the personal attacks in a very excellent manner. She is not afraid to take on the big ole boys.

I will vote for Sarah . Hopefully she will choose to run.

America is on the brink of disaster. We must get the progressive liberals out of power positions, and RINO"S too.

32 posted on 07/12/2011 8:44:24 AM PDT by geologist (The only answer to the troubles of this life is Jesus. A decision we all must make.)
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To: RonDog

Brilliant!


33 posted on 07/12/2011 10:22:03 AM PDT by Atlas Sneezed (Government borrowing is Taxation without Representation)
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To: wtc911

PDS!


34 posted on 07/12/2011 10:24:53 AM PDT by Atlas Sneezed (Government borrowing is Taxation without Representation)
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To: Loud Mime

I like Rubio, but I would prefer a Palin/West or West/Palin ticket. West has nothing but foreign policy and military experience (and is, coincidentally, a redleg). They are both outsiders and they both know we need to fundamentally restore our republic.

Rubio knows how to work a legislature and, more importantly, how to get a legislative body to revamp a tax code.

Unfortunately for both of us, West, Rubio and Palin are not running.

My biggest concern for Palin is that I think she saw the inner workings of presidential politics and how corrupt the office has become and decided it was not for her. Is it better to have her on the outside as the pressure on those who claim to be restoring the republic? Right now, I’m not sure.


35 posted on 07/12/2011 11:00:56 AM PDT by cizinec ("Brother, your best friend ain't your Momma, it's the Field Artillery.")
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To: cizinec

Rubio is competent and carries a good marketing angle. He will excite many Californians, New Mexicans, Texans.....


36 posted on 07/12/2011 11:33:38 AM PDT by Loud Mime (Democrats: debt, dependence and derision)
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To: Loud Mime

Duncan Hunter USMC, WHATS he doing, where does he stand on the issues?


37 posted on 07/12/2011 11:41:03 AM PDT by TomasUSMC ( FIGHT LIKE WW2, FINISH LIKE WW2. FIGHT LIKE NAM, FINISH LIKE NAM)
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To: TomasUSMC

I like Duncan Hunter - - but the reality is a party HAS to appeal to the Hispanic vote or YOU WILL LOSE.


38 posted on 07/12/2011 2:21:38 PM PDT by Loud Mime (Democrats: debt, dependence and derision)
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To: org.whodat
Remember you can decide whatever you wish, but that mouse in your pocket is the we. Lots of other people disagree.
What, am I proposing Ron Paul or Ross Perot? I propose that the Republicans nominate the person who recusitated the McCain Campaign - at least until McCain pulled the plug on himself by stopping his campaign to debate TARP - and then announcing that his opponent would make a good president!!

It's rare that the VP choice has a big effect on the election, and McCain could have lost just as well without her - but it was embarrassing to be unable to campaign without your VP along to draw the crowd.

So, compared to the prospect of a gaggle of equally, or more, flawed conservatives which would risk paving the way for Romney we should have just drafted Paling to start with.

39 posted on 07/12/2011 7:04:48 PM PDT by conservatism_IS_compassion (DRAFT PALIN)
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To: conservatism_IS_compassion

ROFLOL,


40 posted on 07/12/2011 10:29:31 PM PDT by org.whodat
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To: Mrs. Don-o
John Galt added:

This is an ongoing list of historical, popular, and Biblical people; fictional characters, as well as animals that Sarah Palin (™) has been compared to on FR:


41 posted on 07/14/2011 3:53:54 PM PDT by EveningStar
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To: EveningStar
That's a great list. Palin is like a lot of them, but that is not why you post the list.

Here's a list (you like lists right) of anti-freepers that Evening Star has supported in the past, and sung the praises of some of them.

All of them are/were dedicated to destroying Free Republic and ES joined them on anti-feeper sites:

Diva Betsy Ross

OPH

Chancellor Palpatine

DaughterOfAnIwoJimaVet

Chad Fairbanks

ArneFufkin

hillaryslovelylegs

bigwavebetty

cyncooper


42 posted on 07/15/2011 4:57:08 PM PDT by Syncro (Sarah Palin, the unofficial Tea Party candidate for president--Virtual Jerusalem)
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To: Syncro
I responded to a similar post by you here over a month ago.
43 posted on 07/15/2011 5:03:35 PM PDT by EveningStar
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To: EveningStar
Is that the one that proved you lied about me and the thread proved it?

You know, when you backed up HLL's lying statement?

Who was banned while you sung her praises.

She got the ZOT. Compared the owner to the mafia. Yea, I know you believed her spin on that.

She's pretty scary ain't she?

44 posted on 07/15/2011 5:11:35 PM PDT by Syncro (Sarah Palin, the unofficial Tea Party candidate for president--Virtual Jerusalem)
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To: RonDog; All
Excellent article. Many interesting valid points.

Sarah indeed is one of a kind and absolutely great at communicating her ideas. When she stepped on stage in 2008 she won my allegiance and inspired me to have hope and faith in a government person. First time in a long time. Probably since Ronald Reagan. We have had few candidates to get excited about, because it usually is the same old, same old, people playing the game according to Washington's rules.

Thank God for Sarah Palin, bless her and her family, protect and shield them from evil intentions and acts against them, in Jesus name, amen.

45 posted on 10/13/2011 8:57:53 AM PDT by geologist (The only answer to the troubles of this life is Jesus. A decision we all must make.)
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To: RonDog

The account of this episode in her first book sold me on her, and made her later decision to resign the governorship understandable.

Her willingness to leave money on the table—big money for her at the time—in order to sleep well, and insistence on making big corporations work for the people instead of the other way around, or for the party, encouraged me to think she could bring Wall Street and the Fortune 500 to heel.

Maybe she will. Somebody’s got to, and it won’t be OWS or any gaggle of anti-capitalists. It will be a Chamber of Commerce capitalist like her.


46 posted on 10/13/2011 9:06:14 AM PDT by Sick of Lefties
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