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Archive for January 23rd, 2012

Miracle Woman Palin Says “Gingrich is Now the Front Runner” And…Bam He Is

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on January 23, 2012



Is there nothing Sarah Palin can’t do politically? In Iowa she praises Santorum a few days before the caucus and Santorum runs spot after spot quoting her and wins the primary.


Then she wisely stays out of the New Hampshire primary in any supportive role and things take the course everyone expected.


In South Carolina she famously endorsed Newt Gingrich who was running 16 points behind Mitt Romney and, almost instantly he rocketed in to the lead (the charts at the link are astonishing). She then said the media’s attack on Newt would cause him “to soar” and he wins in a massive landslide.


After the results were in Palin then advised America that newt was “the front runner-at a time when Romney was till 10 points ahead in the nationwide polling and well ahead in Florida. Well guess what? 


The next poll from PPP for Florida comes out putting Gingrich and Romney dead even followed by a poll from one day later which gives Newt a 9 point lead.


This is the woman who the left decried as “irrelevant” and “Sarah who”. Well they and the Beltway pundits and GOP establishment had better take notice that,as Gingrich said “she has a substantial following.” Not only that but she seems scarily prescient in predicting what lies ahead.


AT THIS LINK are the two latest polls showing Gingrich taking the lead-or rather soaring. Gingrich deserves to be the leading candidate as he was the only one with the brains to recognize Palin’s power and authority and suggest she could play a role in his administration.

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Gov Palin on Bolling: No Run, No Endorse, Unite, GOP Field Strong

Posted by Ron Devito on January 23, 2012

“We’ve got candidates who can do the job. We can’t be spewing negative rhetoric against them. We need to be united. I’m proud of the American voter,” former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin tonight said in the closing moments of a TV interview with Fox Business’ Eric Bolling from her home in Wasilla, Alaska as her fireplace roared behind her. Gov. Palin’s statement was in response to Bolling’s “are you running? Your supporters hear you and think you should run!” Gov. Palin said that with voter vetting, the GOP field will produce a candidate who will be successful in taking on Obama in the general election.

Gov. Palin said Florida voters should tune into what the media is doing and see if they are being fair. She also cautioned voters to watch and observe the elites in the GOP machine. “They’re content with crony capitalism,” she said. “If they seem to be unfairly attacking, run and vote in the opposite direction.” Gov. Palin further cautioned Florida voters to observe which candidates have cut budgets and government growth. “We need Reaganesque in the White House,” and someone who can work on both sides of the aisle, Gov. Palin said.

Gov. Palin also said the media will try to “tamp down the influence of the Tea Party movement. Gingrich, Paul, Santorum, even Romney have all promoted Reaganesque low tax, free-market policies. Do not ignore the roar of Tea Party patriots,” Gov. Palin said.

“I want an even playing field. The media is goading Romney to release his tax returns,” but Gov. Palin noted that no such goading has occurred with Ron Paul and Rick Santorum, neither of whom are releasing their returns. Gingrich had been goaded to release his tax returns and Freddie Mac contract. “some people want to pick an issue to hang on one candidate. If one candidate is being goaded to release tax returns, they all should be, Gov. Palin said.

Gov. Palin said that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie “made a rookie mistake” by saying that Newt Gingrich “is an embarrassment to the Republican Party” for various reasons. “He played right into the media’s hands.” In what has become the takeaway from this interview, Gov. Palin said, “sometimes when your candidates loses in one step, you kind of get your panties in a wad. It reflects a lack of self-discipline.” Gov. Palin reiterated that it was a “rookie mistake” and that Gov. Christie had been in office only a year or two. She made reference to his use of a state helicopter to attend his child’s ball game, a move that could be seen as embarrassing to the Republican Party. “He’ll learn that the media goad you. He just produced an ad for the Democrats to use if Newt is the nominee,” Gov. Palin said. She added that Gingrich fought HillaryCare, balanced budgets and worked with the Democrats on key legislation such as welfare reform.

On Obama’s forthcoming State of the Union address, Gov. Palin predicted “it will be more reflecting of the failed policies of Obama. He is going to try to explain that getting deeper into debt will get us out of debt. The American public was awakened. His speech is so Orwellian. He is the opposite of what we need. That is why people are rising up and boldly going against him and calling him a socialist if need be. He needs policies to drag everyone down to level the playing field in his vision,” she said. Gov. Palin said that our President’s policies should uplift everyone, and that’s done by re-industrializing, eliminating the corporate tax, reducing the size of the federal government, and allowing free markets to thrive.

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Palin: Doubleheader Appearances Tonight

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on January 23, 2012

Governor Sarah Palin is scheduled to appear on the following FOX News shows this evening:

9:00 p.m. The Sean Hannity Show” hosted by Sean Hannity

10:00 p.m. “Follow The Money” with Eric Bolling

Be sure to tune in for timely commentary on all things political.

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Gov. Palin on Hannity: Endorsement Not Worth Hill of Beans; More Vetting

Posted by Ron Devito on January 23, 2012

“My endorsement still isn’t worth a hill of beans,” but Florida voters should ask who is the best Reagan conservative, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin tonight said in a two-segment TV interview from her home studio in Wasilla, Alaska. President Reagan “decreased federal spending and lowered tax rates,” she said. Gov. Palin said voters should listen to those who worked for President Reagan, such as Art Laffer.

Gov. Palin also exhorted voters to “pay close attention to a candidate’s prior experience,” noting that “Barack Obama was shaped by Bill Ayers, Jeremiah Wright, and Saul Alinksy.”

“I want the vetting to continue. I am not going to endorse tonight. I wan the candidates to produce and to show that they have the core convictions, and record of accomplishments and are not flip-flopping around like a halibut,” Gov. Palin said.

Gov. Palin stood firm in her criticism of NJ Governor Chris Christie because “he played into the leftist media’s hands. We are sick of the media’s games and of them telling us who our candidate should be.” She quipped that perhaps “Gov. Christie taking a state-own helicopter to his kids’ ball game might be embarrassing to the Republican party.”

On Romney’s negative campaigning, Gov. Palin said, “of course it has a chance of back-firing. But in a rough-and-tumble contested primary every candidate should expect this.” Gov. Palin, however, cautioned all the candidates to not lose focus on Obama and his failed policies.

Gov. Palin praised Romney’s forthcoming release of his tax returns and Gingrich’s forthcoming release of his contract with Freddie Mac. She noted that as a VP candidate, her husband Todd had to prepare many years of tax returns and financial documents for release. “Though it’s not required by law, it’s a tradition and an expectation of transparency,” she said.

Gov. Palin noted that South Carolina is the latest primary and there were a lot of independent Tea Party patriots voting. She cautioned Romney, as she has several times before “to reach out to those who feel they are taxed enough already and not expect the GOP machine and the media to carry all his water.” Gov. Palin said a successful candidate in this election will need to give credence to the Tea Party.

Gov. Palin said she would endorse a candidate “at some point” – knowing that it contradicts her statement about it not being worth a hill of beans, because “you keep bugging me for it,” she said jokingly. Hannity responded, “You were a journalist once, you had to do this at least once in your life.”

“I know,” Gov. Palin said. “You’re doing great.”

Hannity requested that Gov. Palin let him know who her endorsed candidate would be when the time comes, but she made no statement about it one way or the other.

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