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Posts Tagged ‘primary’

Palin: “Vote for Sandy Adams” Robocall

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on August 10, 2012

Governor Sarah Palin is lending a helping hand to Sandy Adams of Florida’s 7th Congressional District by encouraging voters to pull the lever for Sandy this coming Tuesday, August 14th.  Following is a recording of the robocall Palin made for Adams’ campaign:

Text of the call:

“Hi, this is Governor Sarah Palin. In the race for Congressional District Seven, there is one candidate who strongly believes in limited government and is willing to stand up for constitutional principles. And that’s Sandy Adams. Sandy Adams has served our country in the United States Air Force and spent seventeen years protecting Central Florida families as a deputy sheriff. Sandy was a straight-talking conservative voice in Tallahassee and served in Congress as a member of the historic group elected in 2010 to change Washington. Sandy should stay there doing just that. Sandy Adams has never requested an earmark and led the charge for the largest cuts in government spending since World War II. Even my “favorite” newspaper, The New York Times, called her “the toughest new member” of Congress. Florida has a choice on August 14th: another big-spending career politician or the conservative reformer, Sandy Adams. I ask you to vote for Sandy Adams for Congress on August 14th.” Paid for by Sandy Adams for Congress. 

h/t The Sarah Palin Journal

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Palin: Congratulations to Todd Akin

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on August 8, 2012

Governor Sarah Palin recently endorsed Sarah Steelman for U.S. Senate in Missouri’s primary which was held yesterday. Even though Steelman was not successful in her bid, Palin posted the following congratulatory message to Todd Akin on her Facebook page moments ago:


Congratulations Governor Sarah Palin to Todd Akin on his win. And thank you, Sarah Steelman, for running an inspiring grassroots campaign. Sarah can take pride in being the underdog and mounting an uphill race; she faced the challenge of Beltway insiders and being outspent and underfunded, but she did not waver and her internal compass always pointed clearly in the direction of Constitutional principles. It’s an honor to stand by Sarah and her vision for Missouri and the rest of this exceptional nation. I’ll continue to support those with such a compass, regardless of the Beltway political pundits’ predictions in any race.

Now, it’s time for everyone to come together and focus on electing a new Senator from the Show Me State. Winning this Missouri Senate race is a crucial step in reclaiming the leadership of the U.S. Senate and giving our next President a wise Congress to work with. Together we can do this. On to November!

– Sarah Palin

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Palin Power: Congratulations to Deb Fischer

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on May 16, 2012

What’s in an endorsement? Apparently a great deal when you’re the underdog candidate and Sarah Palin gives you the nod.  Last week, Deb Fischer, candidate for U.S. Senate in Nebraska, released a statement that the Palin’s had endorsed her candidacy.  Mama (and Papa) Grizzlies went to work by volunteering either in person, making donations, and/or setting social media “on fire”.  The announcement by the Fischer campaign was followed up by Palin’s own message via Facebook note here.  Sarah Palin’s endorsement had a similar effect on Richard Mourdock’s U.S. Senatorial campaign in Indiana last week.

With 100% of the precincts in, here is the final tally for the Nebraska primary for U.S. Senate.

Posted to Sarah Palin’s Facebook page overnight:

As recently as a week ago, Deb Fischer was dismissed by the establishment. Why? Because she is not part of the good old boys’ permanent political class. The message from the people of Nebraska is simple and powerful: America is looking for real change in Washington, and commonsense conservatives like Deb Fischer represent that change. I applaud Moms like Deb Fischer who are bold enough to step up and run on a conservative platform to restore America and protect our children’s future. Congratulations to the people of Nebraska. As the Huskers’ fight song goes: “The eyes of the land, upon every hand, are looking at you. Fight on for victory!”

– Sarah Palin

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What if…?

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on March 30, 2012

Acknowledgingthecrowd_searchlightIn all honesty, there’s not a day that goes by that I don’t think of just how different this GOP primary season would have been with Sarah Palin in the mix.  Timothy Stanley, an Oxford University historian, correctly (in my opinion) lays out what this presidential campaign season might have looked like had Governor Sarah Palin declared her candidacy.


From CNN:

(CNN) — The Republican presidential primary hasn’t exactly overflowed with talent. In December, it was a roll call of the undesirable Right: Romney, Santorum, Gingrich, Paul, Perry, Huntsman and Bachmann — a list so long and bizarre that Count Dracula could have slipped in on the end and no one would have noticed. Except, as the citizens of Chicago will tell you, the dead always vote Democrat.

Now, we’re down to a final three, discounting Ron Paul, who, I’m guessing, is only staying in the race to collect air miles. Although the talent pool has shrunk, it has gotten no deeper. As Mitt Romney suffers defeat after defeat at the hands of Rick Santorum, whose chances of winning this thing aren’t high, his negatives mount up, and the president looks stronger by the day. The Republican Party is divided and in danger of becoming out of touch.

It didn’t have to be this way. If Sarah Palin had entered the contest, I’d hypothesize two alternative realities. One, she’d have the nomination sewn up by now. Two, she’d be running even in the polls with the president.

What have proved to be problems for the top three candidates wouldn’t have been problems for Palin. For starters, she has none of Newt Gingrich’s intellectual hubris. There’s no way Palin would have promised to put a mine on the moon or suggest arresting judges who make decisions that are too liberal. Her conservatism is far more domestic and down-to-Earth.  More

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