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Sarah Palin : Grassley & King Campaigns Confirm Jonathan Martin is Full of Crap

Thursday, October 21, 2010 0 Responses

Eric Woolson, spokesperson for Senator Chuck Grassley’s campaign, for the record said, that the anonymous source “does not represent the Senator’s views.”  So evidently Senator Grassley was not displeased with any interaction they had with the Palin camp.
Then regarding what Martin said about Congressman Steve King’s campaign:
“Similarly, the Iowa GOP was in discussions with Palin’s camp leading up to her appearance at its fundraiser to have her do a rally in the state’s conservative northwest corner. Rep. Steve King, who represents the area, got involved, and Palin indicated she was open to it. But she never gave the party confirmation. Finally, on the Wednesday before what would have been a Friday event, she indicated that she wouldn’t do it.”
I have yet to contact the Iowa GOP and will follow-up, but I did talk with Jeff King with Congressman King’s campaign he said that they “didn’t have any inkling that we’d get her for a rally.  We would love to have her though.”  He said they did not expect that it would work out.  He said nobody from their campaign talked with Martin and they certainly don’t have any complaints about Palin.
Also these “sources” shouldn’t complain since she did headline a successful fundraising dinner for the Republican Party of Iowa and did so for free.

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Juan Williams: Going Rogue, Obama what say you?

Thursday, October 21, 2010 0 Responses
At a time when our country is dangerously in debt and looking for areas of federal spending to cut, I think we’ve found a good candidate for defunding. National Public Radio is a public institution that directly or indirectly exists because the taxpayers fund it. And what do we, the taxpayers, get for this? We get to witness Juan Williams being fired from NPR for merely speaking frankly about the very real threat this country faces from radical Islam.

We have to have an honest discussion about the jihadist threat. Are we not allowed to say that Muslim terrorists have killed thousands of Americans and continue to plot the deaths of thousands more? Are we not allowed to say that there are Muslim states that aid and abet these fanatics? Are we not allowed to even debate the role that radical Islam plays in inciting this violence?

I don’t expect Juan Williams to support me (he’s said some tough things about me in the past) – but I will always support his right and the right of all Americans to speak honestly about the threats this country faces. And for Juan, speaking honestly about these issues isn’t just his right, it’s his job. Up until yesterday, he was doing that job at NPR. Firing him is their loss.

If NPR is unable to tolerate an honest debate about an issue as important as Islamic terrorism, then it’s time for “National Public Radio” to become “National Private Radio.” It’s time for Congress to defund this organization.

NPR says its mission is “to create a more informed public,” but by stifling debate on these issues, NPR is doing exactly the opposite. President Obama should make clear his commitment to free and honest discussion of the jihadist threat in our public debates – and Congress should make clear that unless NPR provides that public service, not one more dime.

Mr. President, what say you?

- Sarah Palin 


(Video) DeMint: He and Palin Reshaping GOP

Thursday, October 21, 2010 0 Responses

Sen. Jim DeMint, R-S.C., on Wednesday said that the strategy behind his and former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's endorsements of some of the most conservative, tea party-friendly Republican candidates this year is to remake their party and restore it to its former greatness.
DeMint told Fox News' Sean Hannity, "what we're trying to do in this election is reshape the Republican Party where it began - a limited government party, less taxes, less spending."
The first-term senator and former congressman said, "what I've tried to do, and others like Sarah Palin have tried to do, is give Republicans and Americans good choices in the primaries so that on Election Day they can go out and not just vote against someone; they can vote for someone." […]
DeMint also gave crucial early backing to Christine O'Donnell, who scored a shocking primary victory over Delaware congressman and former Gov. Michael Castle, a political powerhouse who has held five different elective offices in the state going back to the 1960s; former Florida House of Representatives Speaker Marco Rubio, who has surged into a comfortable lead over ex-GOP Gov. Charlie Crist; and former Rep. Pat Toomey, who holds a slim lead over Rep. Joe Sestak in Pennsylvania. […]
"Again, I don't want to be in Washington another six years and watch the Republican Party betray the trust of the American people again," said DeMint, who is expected to cruise to an easy re-election himself next month.
"I mean, we had the White House; we had a majority in the House and the Senate. And we voted for more spending and more earmarks. Most of our senior members seemed to be focused on taking home the bacon - I'm not gonna be in a Republican Party like that." […]
The staunchly pro-life DeMint's Senate Conservatives Fund is running a new TV ad in Alaska attacking Lisa Murkowski for supporting taxpayer-funded abortions. DeMint called on the Senate Republican Conference to remove Murkowski from her post as ranking Republican on the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, because of her decision to run as a write-in after losing the GOP nomination.
Murkowski was first appointed to the Senate by her father, scandal-plagued former Gov. Frank Murkowski, who was beaten by Palin in the GOP primary in 2006.
Newsmax DeMint: He and Palin Reshaping GOP By Theodore Kettle


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