Skip to comments.Sarah Palin urges GOP to broaden message, 'leave no American behind'
Posted on 03/16/2013 4:07:35 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
OXON HILL, Md. (AP) - Returning to the national stage, Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin said Saturday that the Republican Party must broaden its message to grow.
"We must leave no American behind," she said in a populist speech that electrified supporters at a conservative summit in suburban Washington. "And we must share our powerful message of freedom and liberty to all citizens - even those who may disagree on some issues."
Palin has maintained a low profile during last year's election. She's expected to play a limited role in the future of the GOP but shared several recommendations Saturday....
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Romney devotees can be my toughest critics, still, it is a pity for you to personalize and internalize things so, it is better to avoid that.
Exactly! Just because we think some person or group doesn't agree with us completely, doesn't mean we shouldn't try to get them to work with us, or support us.
I dont get why that would need to be said.
Maybe that's why nobody said it.
I think we should focus on the the racist remarks from democrats and publish them among the Hispanic and black communities to make people believe the democratic party hates them.
Romney was an absolute GOPe scum, but this was a bad rap and you know it.
It is not disdain to recognize that there is probably nothing you can do to make the 47% of the population that is on the public dole and never voted for a republican in their life, pull the lever for a republican.
Don’t be an idiot and a troll and claim that I am lying.
It was a bizarre stupid remark that he profusely apologized for and couldn’t explain, nor can you define it.
That was the part of her speech when she criticized politicians for pandering to various special interest groups -- promising one thing to black voters; promising another to hispanic voters; promising something else to women voters.
She emphasized that we are all Americans; that conservative principles apply to all equally, and benefit all equally.
About that same part of the speech, she also criticized cronyism and pay-to-play politics.
He can't but you seem to have no trouble at all explaining it. OK then....
That is your logic?
He can’t explain it, you can’t explain it, he apologies for making it, it is credited with being a costly, even deadly mistake, and I describe this and you consider his bizarre, stupid remark explained now, well I don’t.
Care to share with me?
To hell with New York City and its Democrat mayor!
Mark Levin was talking about this last Monday or Tuesday. Gave the GREAT example of the Founders in Philadelphia hashing it out, arguing, threatening to leave, etc. as they argued over the Constitution - how to elect people, how many should each state get, etc. He provided a great image of what must have been a fragile and contentious process. But they ALL wanted the basic Conservative principles - and hung in there, and were together.
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