Skip to comments.Sarah Palin's Role - Her Words [Vanity]
Posted on 10/05/2011 4:16:49 PM PDT by Skeez
Sarah Palin has announced she will not run for President of the Unitd States. She announced this a few minutes ago on the Mark Levin show. Listening to the show, I've transcribed Sarah Palin own words regarding her role in this upcoming election:
Levin: ...I just want to reassure them. You're not going anywhere and you're going to be a voice out there for them. Correct?
Palin: That's true, Mark. I'm gonna join you in this mission to help wake up America to what's going on in our country. I believe I can be more effective and I can be more aggressive in this mission in a supportive role of getting the right people elected. I need to be able to say what I want to say and hold both sides of the aisle accountable and call out the wrong headedness of our quote unquote leaders who are leading us down this path.
She then goes on to list all the important elections that are upcoming and how she intends to help the conservative candidates with their campaigns.
Actually, it’s not, despite how hard the MSM tries to distinguish politicians from us mere serfs. Perhaps you accept the yoke with cheer, but many of us will not.
| Nothing has changed.
You may ask yourself, well, how did you get here?
If you want off my ping list get over it!
McCain will ask her to be his VP.
It'll be like lightning striking twice.
I mean, Levin - not Levine.
We all get caught up in personalities. It’s just the way we are. Even more when it’s a true fighter like Palin.
But don’t forget what Palin always said, and what many of us have said since long before the 08 election: it’s the principles that matter.
The principles, meaning the ideas which form the structure of our liberty. As Freepers, we have a statistical advantage over the average marxist when it comes to grasping this concept.
Shouldn’t get caught up in personalities. That’s what we fault the left for. The left searches for Superman - we stick to ideas, principles, and institutions. But the “cult of personality” exists on FR same as in the liberal community. That I do not get.
Let me spell it out—it was never about Palin.
Palin stood up for those ideas better than anyone else. How that is so difficult to understand is what I don’t get.
One with a presumably larger payday for herself and her family.
Oh, and just in case you’d like to be educated one why it is NOT acceptable to address a former politicians by the title they NO LONGER hold, here is the protocol (I’ll copy “Governor” for you, feel free to look up the rest):
Former office holders go back to whatever they were before they were governor. Only a Governor in office is formally and officially addressed as Governor (name). The reason? There is only one Governor at at time, and it’s not respectful of the current office holder to refer to former office holders as it they were still in office.
I know we hear newscasters referring to former governors as “Governor.” But officially is incorrect.
— Robert Hickey
So what are you going to do now that you don’t have Sarah to kick around anymore?
Dick Nixon wants to know.
Palin stood up for those ideas better than anyone else. (It was about Palin) How that is so difficult to understand (It really was about Palin) is what I dont get.
Thanks for making my point.
But to answer your question, I can go back to just reading...Nah.
You were busy last night. Good work.
So long as Cain is a viable candidate, I am not worried about Palin not getting in. Perry is too much of a RINO for my blood, but definitely better than dimMitt Romney
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You’re welcome and thanks for putting up with me.
You mean you’re a relativist who believes each person can create their own reality?
You won’t get far on that one.
Let’s hear your true opinion about the principles we’re talking about. If you don’t know them or don’t agree with them, you don’t belong on this website.
If you’re only pretending to agree with them, your dishonesty defines the failings of your ideology.
Get bent. You’re a waste of time.