Skip to comments.Sarah Palin on with Megyn Kelly says we must primary those who won’t fight
Posted on 10/17/2013 8:12:49 PM PDT by sheikdetailfeather
Sarah Palin was asked if she intends to support primary contenders to Lindsey Graham, Mitch McConnell and others who shes mentioned in recent past and she replied that shed see who is running against these incumbents and go from there. But she reemphasized tonight that those who wont stand up and fight against the lefts fundamental transformation and fight for our economic freedom must be primaried or the country is going down.
Heres the full interview:
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Thanks! It is worth posting twice for sure!
I could be wrong, but I thought both Sarah and Mark Levin pledged to go third party if and when amnesty becomes a reality; at that point they would be through with the GOP.
If that is correct, it’s a bit premature to talk this way, is it not? So-called immigration reform is now the top priority of an emboldened President, and a GOPe dream come true.
Kelly is plenty smart, and denigrating the TV personality doesn’t really help the cause, ya dig?
They have not *pledged* to go third party. Bob
Sarah is right! If she stays in the party she must lead the charge to boot out the RINOs in the primarys. Watch as Obama twists in the wind. The folks will remember what Cruz, Lee and others did try try to stop this train wreck—the ones who helped the diasaster with feel the wrath of the enrages voters.
They pledged to leave the party but you are correct they didn’t say third-party, although to shake things up as Sarah and Mark would want to do.......then they will have to probably start a new Second Party and thus will have to sway huge swath of GOP voters to leave destroying to power if the Republican Party and sending it the way of the Whigs
Let’s put aside semantics. Did they indicate they would leave the Republican Party for some third party if they pass an immigration reform bill (aka, amnesty)?
Do you know?
I didn’t hear any of that in this interview. I like to hear more opinion from my news anchors, but Megyn plays it pretty straight and certainly didn’t let on what any of her opinions were on any topics in this discussion.
When did Sarah or Mark pledge to leave the Republican party?
That will bring out the fight in these old birds.
I know you mean well.
But nobody will remember what Cruz and Lee did.
People like my sister with 3 kids, running around like chickens with no heads, think they have 1 chance to make a difference, election day.
Otherwise all this drama that we watch, is invisible to most Americans.
She was portrayed as some kind of idiot.
But her sentence structures are always correct, with complex clauses perfectly formed.
And no "uhs" nor "you knows" nor "likes."
No teleprompter, no notes.
Some "idiot," she!
This is the only reason to NOT change your registration from Republican yet, so you can help primary some members of the Surrender Caucus.
Sarah is right. Our fights with each other need to remain internal, that is, in the primaries. Once we select candidates, we need to support them in the general election against the dems. That’s the only way we’ll win. We need to put as much emphasis on the primaries as on the general election.
Michael Corleone had it right after the verbal altercation with Mo Green, when he told Alfredo: “Fredo, you’re my brother, and I love you. But don’t ever take sides against the family again.”
That’s the kind of weakness that gets mob families killed and causes political parties to lose elections.
I want someone to point blank ask her about Juan McStain.
No. We don't. You can, but I won't vote for a moderate who happens to use the GOP as his or her means to power.
If the GOP is going to be held to conservative principles, it must not be rewarded with support for go-along/get-along scrubs, like McCain, Collins, Snowe, McConnell, Alexander, Hatch, and quite a few others.
Little Megyn is such a lefty and not the sharpest knife in the drawer either. Not much of an actress either. I thought she was was going to burst into song when they announced Obama the winner on election night. A conversation with Sarah Palin must really frazzle her brain waves. :-)