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Archive for December 30th, 2011

Palin Dec.5th “Voters Will Turn To 5% Polling Santorum.” Subsequently, Dec.30th Santorum 16%

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on December 30, 2011

Conservatives4Palin explains the power of Palin. This is the person whom the left now calls “irrelevant and Sarah Who?”

“She makes a significantly better political candidate than political analyst but I think it’s fair to say the Governor absolutely called the Santorum surge in Iowa on December 2nd when she said that voters concerned about ideological consistency would turn towards the former Senator. 

On December 2nd, Santorum was averaging less than 5% in the Iowa polling and now he’s on the verge of leaving Iowa as the last social conservative standing among the Bachmann/Perry/Santorum trio, a prospect that would have been laughable in late August.”

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