Skip to comments.Politically, I am Through with Sarah Palin
Posted on 10/25/2014 7:50:32 AM PDT by Responsibility2ndEdited on 10/25/2014 9:38:08 AM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
Its time for a break up.
If you havent already seen, Sarah Palin has endorsed Bill Walker and Byron Mallotts Independent-Democrat Unity ticket in the Alaska gubernatorial race over Republican incumbent Sean Parnell. She endorses the Independent-Democrat ticket over the man who was her own lieutenant governor.
Because of this, as far as Republican politics are concerned, Im finished with Sarah Palin. I have nothing but respect for her has a wife, mother, and grandmother. I pray that, should I ever be faced with the prospect of having to raise a child with Down Syndrome or any other disability, I would have the wisdom to make the kind of decision she made with Trig and that I could bear that cross so gracefully. I must also add, in light of recent events, that I find the medias treatment of the family brawl despicable, and unlike Carroll Costello, I find assault no laughing matter.
Excerpt, read the rest at Red State
Is that what you were trying to convey with your post 17, that Palin refused to endorse Romney throughout the entire campaign, until 24 hours before the election day?
Why not explain what information you were trying to convey in post 17?
Who is “they”, and just how much “praise” were they heaping on her during the 2012 campaign for that 24 hour old endorsement?
Yup. They praised her for endorsing Romney, the arch liberal. I guess that R does really trump everything.
17 posted on 10/25/2014, 8:00:35 AM by Norm Lenhart
I know what Perry’s going to have Schmidt do to Cruz, is in fact doing now vis-a-vis his wife, so I count him as the enemy now.
Keeping a close eye on the Perry supporters here: some just don’t know what he’s done, some are Schmidt’s assignees. It’ll be easy to tell the difference.
Refer to 141.
Oh I know! God how I know...
And on a semirelated RINO note
You are not a conservative because no one can be 110% pure / a politician can be strong in most convictions, though.
By the way, the Romney crowd is all over that blog defaming Palin.
I noticed it didn’t take long for someone in the liberal wing to throw it out against Palin. Too bad, you were not clever enough to see what this is.
Or could it be, that you and others don’t want to see a powerful young lovely woman run for any higher office. There’s no way, a conservative throws a patriot like her, under the bus; after time and time again what she has proven to be. She could stay out of the spotlight though she decides to make a difference. Like so many threw Newt under the bus because of the sofa thing. Really, it was more or less a cover for them due to Newt being married several times. I could name names though I will not.
That would be the quickest way for her to be marginalized.
She is marginalizing herself now be allowing the Ebola supporting party (see link a couple posts above) to keep her quiet.
Norm, post 142 was the response to post 141.
Weird thing is I’ll probably find myself in a foxhole with south40 before this is all over.
Perry proved has no loyalty to conservatism by hiring Sarah-assassin Schmidt. Glad he did it earlier than later.
Allow me to repost. Try and decipher the deeper meaning here after reading 141 again.
Hey, you’re welcome to join us there as long as you fire in the right direction ;)
We live, we learn.
I think her family’s BBQ brawl is worse for her than whatever dipshit thing McConnell says.
Palin will be in everyone’s conversations, if she runs in 2016. And I believe she will.
All of this, is just a series of distractions.
Well sure. A media created incident is always of more consequence globally that the GOP senate leader saying he sides with Obama.
I mean DUH!
Yes it was...perfect, it should not be allowed to be rewritten and history altered.
you might find that the other guy has been a major thorn in her side.
paybacks are a bitch. I will stick with the known wonder that is Sarah Palin and as I do not live there, I do not know the fine points.
An incident she’s directly involved with that leads to negative public perception (not without reason) is more detrimental to Sarah Palin, the person, than what a senator whose only connection to her is the word “Republican” says about a disease that’s had very little impact on the U.S. public.
We’ll just whack each other with the butts of our rifles if we find ourselves in tiffs, or give each other wedgies..
A fiasco pushed by the MSM hurt her only in the eyes of cheshire frauds that hated her to begin with.
If however, an incident that is commonplace for any given Saturday night in rural America is disqualifies her for merely being in attendence and Mitt Romney’s abortion/gay/crony filled record is good enough to vote for? Then people deserve the hell they bring on themselves bitching about her.
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