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Steele says Sarah Palin’s absence a ‘mistake’

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on August 28, 2012

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Agreed!

From Politico:

Michael Steele said Tuesday it’s a “mistake” that Sarah Palin doesn’t have a role at the Republican National Convention in Tampa.

“I think it was a little bit of a mistake not to have Sarah Palin here,” the former Republican National Committee chairman said on MSNBC. “I
think she brings a level of energy and excitement that’s going to be important going forward into the general campaign… She’s the vice presidential nominee from 2008. Extend the invitation, give her a moment
to speak to the delegation, to the candidate and [their] families.”  More

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6 Responses to “Steele says Sarah Palin’s absence a ‘mistake’”

  1. […] Steele says Sarah Palin’s absence a ‘mistake’ […]

  2. The RNC did not go out to support Sarah Palin in 2008, while the Democrats tried to walk all over her and her family. Now they don’t even have the sense to have one of the people that can rally and unify this Party. The only Repubilican (Women) Nominated to be be the VP.
    This is an outrage. She has been the strongest voice in America for Freedom, because she recognizes the decline of America. I personally think that Republican Men are afraid of her and want to shut her down. And they think that we are so stupid that we don’t see what is going on in the old Republican Establishment. Guess what they are not going to Shut Her up. She is going to be a driving force and voice of those of us who are feeling like there is a disconnect in the OLD GRand Party.

  3. Linda said

    IS IT TO LATE TO GET HER TO SPEAK. WHAT COULD WE DO? WHO DO WE CONTACT TO SAY WE ARE FRUSTRATED?

  4. Jan said

    Todd Palin endorsed Newt and Sarah admitted she voted for Newt in the primary race. Romney chose from those who endorsed him during the primary. I will vote for him because he is better than Obama but I am not thrilled with the GOP.

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