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Archive for August 23rd, 2012

Palin: Ted Yoho for FL-3

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on August 23, 2012

Governor Sarah Palin is endorsing Ted Yoho to represent the citizens of Florida’s 3rd district. Palin’s Facebook message is quite clear in that she believes Ted Yoho will help to bring “sudden and relentless reform” to Washington, D.C.

 

Dr. Ted Yoho isn’t afraid of hard work. To put himself through college and veterinary school he worked nights in a vegetable packing house and summers in construction. After graduating, he started and grew his own successful business. Yes, President Obama, Ted built that himself.

Tired of watching career politicians spend us into debt and tax us to death, Ted decided to run for Congress in Florida’s new 3rd Congressional District. No stranger to hard work, Ted took his conservative businessman’s perspective from town to town, county to county, and voter to voter asking them all the same thing: “Had enough?” The answer was clear. Ted’s victory in last week’s primary sent the same message we are seeing all across the country: Yes, we have had enough. We’ve had enough of our elected officials going to Washington and forgetting about us. We’ve had enough of them mortgaging our children’s future to foreign debtors. We’ve had enough of Congress wasting our money on useless programs that enrich themselves or reward their cronies. We’ve had enough of high taxes. We’ve had enough of Obamacare’s threat of faceless government bureaucrats making life and death health care decisions for us. We’ve have enough of no job growth and government red tape that stifles our entrepreneurial spirit and any hope of long term prosperity.

Underdog candidates like Ted aren’t running because it’s easy, and they don’t plan on going to Washington to just “go along to get along.” No, these underdogs are running to fight for sudden and relentless reform and they know the hard work it will require to make it happen. If you’ve had enough and are ready for some real reform that puts government back on our side, please join me in supporting Dr. Ted Yoho for Congress in FL-3. Let’s send this commonsense businessman to D.C. to fight for us. He won’t forget who sent him there.

– Sarah Palin

Check out Yoho’s website for additional information or to make a donation to his campaign.

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Palin: Paul Gosar for AZ-4

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on August 23, 2012

Earlier today Governor Sarah Palin again endorsed Congressman Gosar of Arizona’s 4th district.  Via her Facebook page, Palin touted Gosar’s accomplishments as a freshman congressman and urged conservatives to support Gosar’s re-election bid.

Dr. Paul Gosar is not a career politician. He’s a dentist, a conservative, a small business owner, and someone I was proud to endorse in 2010. His accomplishments as a freshman congressman are remarkable and a shining example of what hardworking public service is all about.

You won’t find Paul playing endless rounds of golf or hobnobbing at D.C. cocktail parties. When Congress isn’t in session, you’ll find him with the people he represents. In the past 18 months, he’s held over 24 town halls and put over 60,000 miles on his old car traveling his district. And when he is not listening to the people he works for, he is with his wife Maude and his three kids, probably pulling weeds in his yard as he thinks of ways to shrink government and bring about the reform we need in Washington to secure a prosperous and fiscally responsible America for our children. As a freshman congressman, he didn’t just bide his time or go along to get along. He got down to work. Arizona’s largest newspaper reviewed Paul’s legislative accomplishments and concluded that “Bottom line: when it comes to sponsored bills and amendments passed by the House of Representatives, Gosar has been among the most successful new members not only in Arizona’s delegation, but also in the entire freshman class.” He’s fought hard to eliminate wasteful spending, sponsoring one bill after another to repeal wasteful programs and save the taxpayers’ money. He co-sponsored and voted for “Cut, Cap, and Balance,” and he took a tough vote to cut $2.1 trillion from the bloated federal budget, which is the largest nominal spending cut since World War II.

He’s been a leader on looking for ways to cut spending, and he’s also been a staunch fighter for the people of Arizona. Along with Congressman Darrell Issa, Paul has been laser-like in pursuing the truth about the “Operation Fast and Furious” scandal, and Paul is the sponsor of a resolution of no confidence in Attorney General Holder. He’s also defended the interests of Arizonans in taking on the Obama administration’s over-reaching EPA bureaucrats.

I think you can see why he has the support of so many Arizonans – from Governor Jan Brewer to Senator Jon Kyl. I was proud to endorse Paul Gosar two years ago, and I believe he more than deserves to return to Congress to continue his good work for Arizona’s new 4th Congressional District. I hope you’ll join me in supporting Paul and donating and volunteering for him. This is one conservative public servant you can be certain will be working hard for you and getting positive results.

You can learn more about Congressman Gosar or donate to his campaign here.

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Breitbart: “No Politician Excites Tea Party/Reagan Dem’s Like Palin.” This Is Her 2016 Primary & General Election Formula

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




Following on from Bernie Quigley’s column in The Hill yesterday where he basically advises that Sarah Palin is the future of the GOP, Breitbart has a column by Tony Lee which comments and expands on Quigley.



Quigley’s article can be linked AT HERE



After reviewing the salient points, Lee goes further and advices that “no politician excites these two groups (the Tea Party and Reagan Democrats) more than Palin.” These are exactly the base that Palin can use to win the 2016 primary season and then, as did Reagan, the general election. 



The fact that such commentary is appearing just before the GOP’s convention shows the terrible state of the party and Palin’s wisdom in not entering the campaign. Palin and 2016 is looking a bright prospect amidst the current chaos.



Here is the core point from Lee’s column which can be seen in full

AT THIS LINK 

they should have chosen former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin as their lead speaker,” Quigley writes. 

Quigley has a point. If Romney is going to beat Obama in the fall, he will need two groups of people to turn out for him in droves: the Tea Party base and white, working class Reagan Democrats.

No politician excites those two groups more than Palin. 
Quigley writes that in time while the “last half century was represented as a proxy fight between Marx and Keynes,” the next battle will be between Keynes and Hayek, and Palin “is the natural leader of this new direction” on the Hayek side. 
Quigley writes that the “key here is we are at a generational shift as large and vital as that of the ‘60s, but it is a conservative shift.”
They just didn’t get the memo yet in Tampa,” Quigley writes. 

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Bristol Palin and Mark Ballas DWTS All-Stars Photos Released by ABC Today

Posted by Dr. Fay on August 23, 2012


Earlier today, ABC released promo photos of several DWTS All-Star pairs, among them these photos of Bristol and Mark.   Photos of additional pairs can be found here,  here, and here.

Allison Corneau at US Weekly writes:

They’re all dressed up and ready to hit the dance floor!

Bristol Palin, Pamela Anderson, Melissa Rycroft and nine other celebs are set to return to Dancing With the Stars for its first-ever All-Star season next month, and on Thursday, ABC provided a first glimpse of the stars in costume with their professional partners.

[…]

“[Critics] are going to be talking about us either way. I might as well be doing something enjoyable and fun and with a good group of people, and that’s why I’m doing it,” Palin said of her motivation to return to the ballroom in her quest to finally take home the mirrorball trophy.

“I won’t be dancing in a monkey suit, but it’s going to be awesome,” she hints of her second time on the dance floor.

Joining Palin, Anderson and Rycroft for Dancing With the Stars: All-Stars will be Helio Castroneves, Joey Fatone, Shawn Johnson, Drew Lachey, Gilles Marini, Kelly Monaco, Apollo Ohno and Emmitt Smith. Competing for the final, 13th slot, to be determined by viewers are Sabrina Bryan, Kyle Massey and Carson Kressley.

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NBC Poll: Sarah Palin: Strongest Vote-Winning Vice Presidential Candidate in Recent History

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

This poll, which once and for all kills the nonsense that “Palin costs McCain the election” is further proof of the immense value Palin brought to the McCain campaign. It is a pointer to what will happen should she run in 2016 as is this:

PPP Polling finding that Sarah Palin is more popular, by far, than any of the declared GOP candidates in the recent primary campaign, with a 68% approval rating AT THIS LINK 
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With thanks to: (at this link) a Christian conservative who blogs by this name of “Terrance”

Sarah Palin: Strongest Vote Winning Vice Presidential Candidate in Recent History

According to NBC-Wall Street Journal polling among registered voters, no other vice presidential candidate from 2000 to the present has gained more votes for the ticket than Sarah Palin who had a positive vote getting effect on an astounding 34% of registered voters. (see question 20)

In 2008 Sarah Palin made 34% of people polled more likely to vote for McCain, 25% less likely and for 40% she made no difference.

In comparison, Paul Ryan makes 22% of people polled more likely to vote for Romney, 23% less likely and for 54% Ryan makes no difference.

In 2008 Joe Biden made 24% of people polled more likely to vote for Obama, 16% less likely and for 58% he made no difference.

In 2004 John Edwards made 28% of people polled more likely to vote for Kerry, 7% less likely and for 65% he made no difference.

In 2000 Joe Lieberman made 20% of people polled more likely to vote for Gore, 7% less likely and for 71% he made no difference.

In 2000 Dick Cheney made 16% of people polled more likely to vote for Bush, 14% less likely and for 69% he made no difference.

Palin evoked the strongest positive response at 34%. This was 6% more than second place John Edwards who had 28%.  Palin also brought the strongest negative response at 25%. This was 2% more than second place Paul Ryan at 23%.

Balancing positive vs negative, Palin at 9% comes in third as a positive vote getter after Edwards (21%) and Lieberman (13%). Biden is a close 4th at 8%. Cheney is 5th with 2%, and Ryan 6th at -1%.

Not reflected in the poll is the dive in approval ratings for John Edwards, a one time media favorite (who only the National Enquirer did serious investigative reporting on), which points to the bias and lack of serious vetting of Democratic candidates by the legacy media.

This polling does not take into account the strength of the vice presidential candidate as a campaigner. Ryan has shown himself to be a strong campaigner with a clear, concise message. So far he and his family have not been targeted with the media personal vendetta aimed at Palin and her family in 2008. With that he move from last place as a vote getter to being one of the strongest vice presidential picks since 2000.

H/T Ian Lazaran
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