Skip to comments.Sarah Palin floats idea of leaving the Republican Party [VIDEO]
Posted on 06/29/2013 11:44:52 AM PDT by Jim Robinson
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Yep. We’re ready and waiting!
I’m in. Freedom Party.
Lord, hear our prayer.
If the GOP wants to become Dem-Lite I have no problem leaving the GOP. I stick by my principles first..and for those who say “A third party means that the Dems will win” well voting for the GOP if they want to become a mirror image of the Dem party, whats the point..Id rather vote for a party that agrees with MY beliefs instead of one who wants to out-Commie the left
Whence goeth she I WILL follow.
Right behind you, Sarah.
My God, the woman has been on fire as of late. She’s back and charged up and even if Roger can barely bring himself to put her on air, she’s going to make the most of it—while of course also getting paid by Fox.
It’s late in the immigration fight, but having the governor fighting so forcefully is probably the best hope we have now. She’s pulling out all the artillery, too: threatening 2014 primary fights and even hinting of a possible third party.
Go, Sarah, go!
Hope, in the political arena, has become a tarnished word becasue of it use by the demagogues. The collectivists take every meaningful word and concept and twist it to turn the truth into a lie.
I’ve said she will run as an independent - and considered doing it in the last election...
According to Martin Armstrong we have entered a cycle of independent ascension in worldwide politics.
Palin is the only person who could establish a viable third party that would win seats the very first election.
The GOPe could be the third party in a matter of two or three national elections.
And I have no problem with calling it the T.E.A. Party.
She should leave the GOP. The GOP sells out it’s base at the drop
of a dime to appeal to Independents and special interest groups.
Divine providence, we beseech thee to strengthen
the heart of your willing servent Sarah Palin and
all who would see this nation of freedom not perish.
I like the sound of that, Freedom Party!
Sticking with the Republican Party gets me zero, zilch, nada. And I am not one to elevate Palin to a saintly cult status. I am pragmatic enough to know that no politician represents me perfectly. I am just sick of the establishment ignoring traditional American values.
there are no “good moves” left. conservatism cannot survive in the republican party. the GOP elite learned the lesson of Reagan too well. we need a person around whom to coalesce.
I’m thinking I’ll leave too.
How many people would in fact leave the Republican party? We already have a lot of splinter parties; i.e. the Greens, Libertarians, Constitutional Party, Natural Law party etc. etc. Would we become yet another splinter party?
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