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This week's recent snooze-fest GOP "listening tour" that attracted a whopping 100 people to some random pizza shop in Virginia represented the next wave of Palin Derangement Syndrome. It is time, as one blogger noted for the RINOs of the party to decide who their bigger enemy is.
The snooz-fest featuring (foot-in-mouth disease) Mitt Romney (who even with millions spent in the primary still couldn't attract support or crowds during the campaign) newly-minted "moderate" Jeb Bush and Eric Cantor telling us that we need to stop talking about Ronald Reagan, back off on socially conservative positions and "listen" to the American people.
Romney also took veiled swipes at Governor Palin for making the TIMEs 100 most influential people list. Jeb Bush was a surprise to hear championing moderation given that he governed as a solid conservative in Florida. Plain and simple the GOP establishment has declared war on the grassroots conservatives. Their constant snubbing and trivializing of Governor Palin is proof positive of that.

Governor Palin has the hearts of most grassroots conservatives. She has won us not just by her conservative positions, but with her genuine true character. She genuinely shares her convictions to the massive throngs that greet her everywhere she goes in a way that connects with people. She is a woman more concerned with her convictions and with serving her country than with preserving power at all costs. Rush Limbaugh knows it. Ann Coulter knows it. Michael Reagan knows it. The heart of the grassroots community knows it. The GOP better learn their lessons quickly. Until then, a certain moose-hunting lass from Alaska will have to stand on her own two feet and speak truth to power.

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4 Response to "Governor Palin Has Our Hearts, RINOs Join Forces With Liberals"

  1. Rosie Said,

    Sarah 2012

    Posted on May 5, 2009 at 12:57 PM

  2. Rahul Said,

    Go Palin 2012!!

    Posted on May 5, 2009 at 3:15 PM

  3. Anonymous Said,

    I'm having deja vu all over again. Recalling the recent presidential election, I had all but decided to sit the election out - until I heard Governor Palin's acceptance speech at the convention. I enthusiastically campaigned for the Republican ticket - because of Governor Palin. Most recently I heard the announcement about the "listening tour" of the National Council for a New America. I saw the list of participants - one or two conservatives (maybe), and a longer list of "moderate" voices. *Yawn*
    I perked up TODAY when I heard that Governor Palin has joined the group. I hope that her ideas, philosophy, and experience are respected, discussed and implemented. The GOP does not need to "move to the left" in order to regain a place in the political world. It needs to return to its roots - founding principles that work.

    Posted on May 5, 2009 at 3:24 PM

  4. Gary Said,

    Awesome blog, as usual!

    Posted on May 6, 2009 at 2:38 AM


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