Skip to comments.Palin: ‘If Republicans Are Gonna Act Like Democrats, Then What’s the Use?’
Posted on 06/24/2014 8:09:57 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Sarah Palin joined Sean Hannity to weigh in on the latest election news, and Palin told Hannity that it would be hard for her to stay with the Republicans and get excited about them if they continue acting like Democrats and rolling over.
She took a shot at the status quo politics of people like Senator Thad Cochran and said the Eric Cantor upset shows people want strong constitutionalists in power who dont represent the man [or] the establishment in Washington.
Hannity asked Palin if she would actually follow through on her previous hints shed go third party. Palin replied, If Republicans are gonna act like Democrats, then whats the use? She said the GOP needs to thrive and stand strong against the presidents policies, otherwise it does no good to get all enthused about them anymore.
Watch the video below, via Fox News:
She’s right, after seeing Cochran win by being a slime ball who got Dem votes because he’s big Govt, what’s the point..the GOP Establishment is just another nice word for Liberal..they believe in the left’s same policies
C’mon Hannity. Of course Palin isn’t going to say she’s going to go 3rd party off the bat and show her hand. But she’s damn thinking about it, IMO.
Palin’s been talking 3rd party for a long time.
Only problem is, as we all know, it helps Dems. I say let’s take Reagan’s Republican Party back.
Very disappointed about McDaniel’s loss. I was sure he had it in the bag. All the polls looked good until right up to the end. McDaniel had national potential down the road and now his career is stalled. Any chance he could run a write in campaign? Not many people vote in run off elections!
Time to abandon the stinking ship, Sarah
Yup. FReepU GOPe!!
OK, you just saw a slimeball like Cochran and Haley Barbour go out and aggressively court black and liberal voters with more big government. Why the Hell would you still want to support the GOP?
“it helps the Democrats”
Getting to be a moot point when both parties are Democrats
It makes more sense for Gov. Palin to continue to find strong conservative Republican candidates and support them every way she can. And yes, I will say extra prayers that God sends us good leaders in 2014 and 2016!
What’s all this talk about a 3rd Party. There needs to be a 2nd Party first.
Exactly. I fail to see how a “Democrat-lite” party would appeal to anyone.
All of Cochran’s ads in the final days were about all the government money he brings to Missisippi. An appeal to big government is exactly how he drew in those black and liberal voters.
The GOP helps the Dems! For crying out loud, if these people dont see that after tonight, they’re idiots
This is despicable. Cochran should be hounded out of office for this.
Well, as I got hollered at for saying back when everyone was spiking the ball over Cantor’s defeat, there are going to be setbacks and disappointments as well as victories. For every race like todays where the incumbent prevails by a thin margin, there will be a handful of other incumbents shivering in their boots. And, when it’s an open primary like this, the dirty tricks element has to be considered.
It’s a marathon, not a sprint.
OK...so going 3rd party...and not going 3rd party.....
What Difference Does It Make?
I wonder how many people in the dem party are sick of the way the country is headed and would be drawn to vote for somebody who offered a real change? Like maybe somebody who actually believes in the rule of law?
Ya think there are many people in this country who just want to get the rule of law back?
BTW, this is the contact info if anybody wants to tell the GOP-e what we think of them buying democrat votes to negate the votes of the people they keep begging for money:
National Republican Senatorial Committee
425 2nd Street NE
Washington, D.C. 20002
Our phone number is:
No way to accomplish that. The GOPe and chamber of commerce hold the part apparatus strings and the financing.