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  • Ailes: Palin Was a ‘Branding Issue’

    09/26/2011 11:12:27 AM PDT · by winoneforthegipper · 96 replies · 1+ views
    DailyBeast ^ | 09/26/11 | staff
    Could Fox News be moving away from the right? As the Tea Party's popularity fades and the country grows increasingly tired of partisan bickering, Fox News chief Roger Ailes is making what he calls a “course correction.” Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin “became a bit of a branding issue for us,” he tells Howard Kurtz in Newsweek. Republican candidates still consult Ailes: when Rick Perry was still weighing a presidential bid, he stopped by Ailes's office and confided he was worried about being able to raise money, and Mitt Romney took Ailes out for a pasta dinner. But Ailes also...
  • Zot-Eyed Democracy [Romney pimp encounters severe kitteh weather]

    07/14/2011 7:00:54 PM PDT · by craigedwards · 48 replies
    lackofanyprinciples.com ^ | 7/14/2011 | Craig Edwards
    <p>I'm a whiny Romney retard who knows nothing about the First Amendment and even less about the Sixth. That's why my revised graphic got pulled by the mods, this post was inane and stupid enough without it.</p>
  • Ann Coulter Recruits Sarah Palin To Run For Senate In Arizona

    06/23/2011 7:45:13 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 100 replies
    Mediaite ^ | June 23, 2011 | Frances Martel
    Sarah Palin’s name is often floated for all sorts of potential projects, especially since she has yet to determine whether she will run for president next year. But here’s a new project: Ann Coulter, still dismayed that her first choice for 2012, New Jersey governor Chris Christie, refuses to run, told Sean Hannity today that she nonetheless does not want to see Palin run for president but, instead, make a Senate bid– in the state of Arizona. Coulter had plenty of good things to say about the current crop of 2012 candidates– though still lamenting that Christie has refused to...
  • Tea Party to Back Any GOP Nominee — Including Romney

    06/05/2011 3:07:31 PM PDT · by bimboeruption · 117 replies
    Fox News ^ | 6-5-2011 | Lexi Stemple
    The Tea Party will support whoever wins the GOP presidential nomination - - even if that person is former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney. That's the affirmative word from Tea Party Express chair Amy Kremer. Kremer told Fox News on Saturday, "whoever the Republican nominee is will have to have the support of the Tea Party movement, the entire Tea Party movement." Kremer went on to say the Tea Party is "completely neutral," adding that it "just wants to see the cream rise to the top... If Romney is the nominee I believe that we want to defeat Barack Obama." Her...
  • Poll: Palin tops Huck, Romney in Kentucky

    02/24/2010 3:05:39 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 13 replies · 442+ views
    The Politico ^ | February 24, 2010 | Glenn Thrush
    Ron Paul was the straw poll winner at the CPAC convention last weekend – but Sarah Palin is the early frontrunner in bluegrass country. Colorado-based GOP pollster Magellan Strategies threw a POTUS 2012 question into a statewide poll of 560 Kentucky Republican voters and found Palin leading the pack with 28 percent of the vote – with Mike Huckabee a close second with 24 percent. Mitt Romney was at 16 percent, undecided landed at 14, Newt Gingrich got 12, followed by Paul with 4 percent and Tim Pawlenty dead last at two percent. The takeaway: Huckabee’s going to be a...