Palin Power Does It Again Forcing Runoff Btwn “Cocktail Party” & Tea Party

May 30, 2012

Who ya gonna call? Ghost Busters or Sarah Palin? Palin has succeed again in influencing a primary race outcome. This time in Texas where she endorsed Ted Cruz for the senate seat being vacated by the retiring Senator Kay Bailey Hutchinson. Cruz was running against the “Cocktail Party” establishment Republican candidate, Lt. Governor David Dewhurt and managed enough votes to force a July 31st runoff election. This despite being far outspent by Dewhurst and having very little name recognition going into the race. I’d pretty much stick with Palin.

Maybe it’s a Three Times a Charm thing for Palin having swayed the outcome in 2 other races (Dick Lugar and Deb Fischer) in as many weeks, but something tells me she’s not gonna stop there!

Aloha, Mikie

~Remember:  The government has NO resources. They produce NOTHING. They can only take from one group and give to others they feel more worthy of their largess (buying votes). Support tax reform!

Call Yourself a Conservative? Then Prove It!

October 31, 2011

And proving it won’t be voting for Mitt Romney any more than voting for John McCain did. The only good thing to come of his miserable candidacy was Sarah Palin (oh, and the slap upside the head when people finally figured out that ‘Hope & Change’). McCain was never a conservative, he was just the old guy Republican the GOP leaders foisted upon us. Today 70% of polled Republicans do not favor Mitt Romeny. He was a liberal governor of a liberal state (the most liberal state) and he authored Romneycare in Massachusetts.

Even not-so Sharpton calls Romney out!

Then why are the old guard Republicans (the national committee, RINOs and moderate Republicans) pushing Mitt Romney on us? And why are all these states advancing their primary debates? Because they want to shape the election and shorten the time frame for the 2nd tier candidates (Obama wasn’t even 2nd tier at this point in ’08) to build support.

Most of all, they don’t want a conservative (any more than they wanted Sarah Palin), they want a ‘big government’ guy who will be just like all the rest of them. This is what turns good candidates and voters off to politics. If you go with another big government guy there is no difference between the Dems and GOP. And BTW, if you had to venture a guess as to where the “un-sourced, anonymous” stories about Cain and sexual harassment came from, who would you point the finger at? I’m just asking.

The bigger point is, they favor a top-down, centrist government which can only come at the cost of our individual liberty. We need a conservative in favor of a smaller federal government, more states’ rights, fewer regulations and big time TAX REFORM! Ultimately, it may not be Herman Cain, but these are the ideals we should be looking for in a candidate to get America back to its greatness again.

Aloha, Mikie

Hate Tweets For Palin

January 14, 2011

David Kernell 23, the son of a Democratic Tennessee state legislator and former University of Tennessee student convicted of hacking into Sarah Palin’s e-mail account during her campaign for Vice President, has begun his federal prison term of 1 year and a day in a minimum security facility.

Not all who tweet are fans

Meanwhile dozens tweet for the death of Palin. The YouTube video has already been taken down, but according to the, some of the Tweeters wish Palin would die of cancer, while others advocate for her assassination.

“My hatred for Sarah Palin continues to grow. I think this woman should be assassinated,” said one person. “Sarah Palin should be shot for her encouragement of fanaticism against Democrats,” says another.

Now I ask you, where’s the love? These aren’t even close to being rhetorical, they mean it. Talk about hypocrisy, OMG.

Aloha, Mikie

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