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Archive for May 12th, 2012

Captured: Palin’s Robocall For Endorsed Nebraska Senate Candidate Deb Fischer

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on May 12, 2012

Here is the candidate Sarah Palin has endorsed for the Nebraska GOP primary for senator and the just-captured robocall for her (at bottom of post, after the video interview and newspaper article.) If Palin gets the underdog Fischer over the line as she did with Mourdock in Indiana and Cruz in Texas, her power will be awesome and unchallengeable. She will also be building up quite a number of high profile congresspeople who have her to thank for their election with an eye on her possible 2016 presidential run.

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Fischer rides momentum in tight U.S. Senate race

by Katie Gauthier

The Sarah Palin Bounce

Posted by Sarah Palin Web Brigade on May 12, 2012

In her  article  at Yahoo News, Mary Rose Hartman has coined a new term for the surge  in voter support seen after a Sarah Palin endorsement.   Just as she did for Deb Fischer in Nebraska,  Governor Palin endorsed Ted Cruz four days before the start of early voting.  Both experienced the “Sarah Palin bounce,”  as had Richard Mourdoch, who won his primary by a landslide after Governor Palin endorsed him as a Senate candidate.

Call it the Sarah Palin bounce: Hours after the 2008 vice presidential nominee endorsed Ted Cruz, a Republican candidate for U.S. senator from Texas, on Thursday morning, the staff at Cruz’s headquarters in Austin reported a swift and positive reaction.

Nick Dyer, the Central Texas/Youth Director for Cruz tweeted:

Campaign manager John Drogin confirmed by email to Yahoo News that Palin’s endorsement “has added HUGE buzz to our campaign.”

“Phones are ringing, online contributions are pouring in, and supporters are more excited than ever on our social networks,” Drogin wrote, adding that he’s seen a “flood” of donations but has yet to tally them.

Select reaction from Cruz’ Facebook page Thursday included:

“Fantastic endorsement. Congratulations. I support Sarah Palin, and after a lot of research I can honestly say you’re the man for this job,” wrote Facebook user  Charles Netterville. “Thank you for your willingness to help take on the establishment (Both sides) and return this great nation to its former glory.”

“Good choice Sarah! Sarah is a true Conservative and so is Ted! We need Ted representing Texas in DC!” wrote Barbara Rains Schroeder Hill.

Palin issued a public letter Thursday offering her endorsement of Cruz, who has earned support from national tea party groups including FreedomWorks and the Tea Party Express (groups that recently helped take down Republican Sen. Dick Lugar in Indiana).

Palin wrote:

Your conservative principles, passionate defense of our Constitution and our free market system come at a time when these cornerstones of our freedom and prosperity are under attack. Our shared goal isn’t just to change the majority in control of the Senate, but to assure principled conservatives like you are there to fight for us.

Cruz, the former solicitor general of Texas and the first Hispanic to serve in that position, is one of nine Republicans running for their party’s nomination. (Current Republican Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison is retiring.)

Drogin noted the beneficial timing of Thursday’s endorsement: four days before early voting is set to begin in Texas.

Palin’s endorsement was a coveted prize in the 2010 election, when the former Alaska governor campaigned for tea party conservatives across the country even when they faced established Republican incumbents. Palin has earned the same reputation this cycle and already saw one major candidate she endorsed, Richard Mourdock, achieve victory in Indiana.


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The New Face of Civility: Hater Wants Sarah Palin “Offed”

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on May 12, 2012

offed – Verb: Kill;  murder.

They say a picture is worth a thousand words.  In this case, here’s about five thousand words for you to take a look at and then slowly let them sink in.


I suppose @mariah_reloaded thinks that it’s very cool to post a tweet inciting violence against Sarah Palin.  After all, if the left did not have Sarah Palin to bash and threaten, whatever would they do with their time?  Soon after posting that tweet, @mariah_reloaded starts having second thoughts upon realizing that blogger Michael Sheppard has captured the above tweet and written a story about it here.  @mariah_reloaded begins to rationalize her use of the word “offed” by tweeting “like I didn’t say I’d do it“.  Apparently @mariah_unloaded does not understand the meaning of “inciting violence”.  The inciter (in this case, @mariah_reloaded) is the one who tweets the suggestion of “offing Palin” thus she seeks to influence the mind of another to commit a crime.


Further conversation with Twitter friends brings @mariah_reloaded to determine that she should probably delete her account.


And delete the account she does!  @mariah_reloaded changes the name on her account and locks it down so that her tweets are no longer public.

Original Twitter account profile:


New Twitter profile with same owner description and web blog address listed:


Is this an example of the “civil discourse” that President Obama has suggested? Is this where we are as a nation and is this the path we really want to take?  Is this a “content of character” moment?  At a point in my life where I thought I would have more answers than questions, sadly the questions I still have outnumber the answers.

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Top Tweets From Palin’s SALT Conference Address (Can Be R-Tweeted)

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on May 12, 2012

Palin:Hillary was a better candidate than Obama, says Hillary understands private sector, credits balanced Clinton budget#SALT2012 
SALT 2012: Smaller hedge funds feeling the pinch #SALT2012 via @cooconnectnews 
While #Obama partied with #Hollywood Hypocrites; @SarahPalinUSAwas speaking on geopolitical events & macro economic trends#SALT2012 
RT @BaileyMcC Palin: “we will be just fine if we wrap our arms around American exceptionalism” #SALT2012
RT @ldelevingne: Palin at #SALT2012: I have no social life outside of family – just hunting and fishing and running. 
Palin at #SALT2012: Tea party has redefined American politics – “just follow the constitution!” – “it has only just begun”
Palin: “tea party only just begun.” #SALT2012
Palin: “I don’t want to keep slamming the media, but I will.”#SALT2012 
Sarah Palin is really, really tan #SALT2012 
“You are the unsung heroes of American greatness…our prosperity depends on you” – Palin at #SALT2012 
Palin compares Titanic to out of control US spending – “there is no such thing as an unsinkable ship or too big to fail” at #SALT2012 
SARAH PALIN TELLS HEDGE FUND CONFERENCE: ‘Hello one percent! More power to ya!’: Sarah Palin at #SALT2012 : “Hel…
Palin at #SALT2012: politicians in Alaska liked to tie pork to public safety and make it “for the children” – I said no to cut spending 
Palin boosts domestic energy production – “why would anyone oppose this?” – at #SALT2012
Stop it, no way RT @kevinroose: OMG RT @ldelevingne: Sarah Palin at #SALT2012: “Hello one percent! More power to ya!” #hedgefund 
Sarah Palin at #SALT2012: “Hello one percent! More power to ya!”#hedgefund

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