Gov. Palin: The tailwinds are with Colonel Maness!
Posted by Dr. Fay on November 4, 2014
Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page this morning (or late night Alaska time):
——————–Col. Rob Maness got pulled over today on his Trucking to Victory Tour in Louisiana — not for running a red light, not for speeding (not even for qualifying!), but for his failure to yield to political special interests. The police chief of Mer Rouge heard Col. Maness on the radio, admired his strength in not yielding to the entrenched political establishments, and decided to pull over the Colonel’s truck so he could shake his hand and tell him that he had his vote. The tailwinds are with Col. Maness. Read more about it here:
http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2014/11/03/Louisiana-Police-Chief-Pulls-Over-Rob-Maness-Tells-Him-He-s-Voting-for-Him——————–Enjoy this campaign video and also listen to this great interview tonight with “The Great One” Mark Levin: http://youtu.be/A5tmyeFlsoIAs usual,——————–Mark cuts to the chase and speaks the truth unfiltered. He cites two new polls that confirm what we’ve known all along — Rob Maness is the strongest candidate to beat Mary Landrieu in Louisiana’s unique Senate runoff. As Mark told the Colonel, “I don’t want people thinking you’re pulling the wool over their eyes, the polls show you in a match up against her, you beat her!” Maness is the strongest candidate to face Landrieu! Let’s get him to that runoff! Let’s do this, Louisiana. Please get out and vote for Col. Rob Maness tomorrow!—————
– Sarah Palin
Here is the article by Tony Lee at Breitbart that Governor Palin linked to:
Louisiana Police Chief Pulls Over Rob Maness — To Tell Him He’s Voting for Him
3 Nov 2014 5
On Monday, a Louisiana police chief pulled over conservative Senate candidate Rob Maness to tell him that he had earned his vote in Tuesday’s jungle primary.
Mer Rouge Chief of Police Mitch Stephens unexpectedly stopped Maness as he was driving to another one of his “#TruckingtoVictory” events to tell him that he had switched his support from establishment Republican Rep. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) to Maness.
“There aren’t too many times you come out of a traffic stop with a smile on your face, but this was the exception,” Maness said in a statement. “It’s moments like these that have made this campaign so rewarding. It was great to meet Chief Stephens, and I thank him for his support in the voting booth tomorrow.”
The Maness campaign said that “Stephens had been waiting all day hoping to have the opportunity to ‘catch’ Maness, shake his hand and tell him that he had planned to vote for Congressman Bill Cassidy until he heard Maness’s in-studio interview on Oak Grove’s KWCL-FM Oldies 96.7 with Irene Robinson.”
Maness, who is running against Cassidy and incumbent Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-LA), is surging in the polls. If no candidate gets more than 50 percent of the vote, the top two head to a December runoff. During the campaign, Maness has accused Cassidy and Landrieu of being great actors who run away from amnesty policies that they had supported.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, along with a host of other conservatives, endorsed Maness because she felt Maness would have the best chance to beat Landrieu in a runoff. Cassidy, a former Landrieu supporter, is the type of moderate Republican that Landrieu always manages to defeat.