Sarah Palin on Third Party: If Republicans Are Going to Act Like Democrats Then What’s the Use?

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By Isabel Matos

 

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14 responses to “Sarah Palin on Third Party: If Republicans Are Going to Act Like Democrats Then What’s the Use?

  1. See it’s even difficult for Sarah to tell the difference anymore.

  2. joydbrower

    Sarah’s only saying what most of us on the Right have been saying for years: No sense in wasting time, money, energy and hope on Establishment Repukians (thanx, Mark Levin!) if they’re determined to be Democrat Lite! Again, thanks to ML, the Republican Wing of the Democrat Party!

    No time like the present, eh?

    • Isabel Matos

      Just a note to emphasize that Hannity is the one who asked her the question. She did not volunteer it. I don’t think it’s on Sarah’s mind and wouldn’t abandon all the candidates she has endorsed to start one. That’s just me. I would tell McDaniel to explore all his legal options. He does have a team of election observers. I think they expected this.

      This happened in Florida in 2000. I still feel we’re in a third world country when I see this. It’s really mind boggling to witness first hand.

      Thanks! Gary’s back.🙂 Sort of..

      • Gary P Jackson

        Sort of!🙂

        Yeah there is too much fraud. It sounds like McDaniel isn’t going away quietly. That certainly wasn’t a concession speech! It’s about time we got a fighter!

    • Gary P Jackson

      You got that right!

      Good to see ya!

  3. Greg Pickens

    I am completely with her, especially after watching the slimey tactics used by Cochran and the establishment tonight to beat McDaniels.. If we do not get Ted Cruz or Sarah in 2016 and end up with some establishment hack as our candidate, I see no other recourse but to pursue a third party.

    • Isabel Matos

      ust a note to emphasize that Hannity is the one who asked her the question. She did not volunteer it. I don’t think it’s on Sarah’s mind and wouldn’t abandon all the candidates she has endorsed to start one. That’s just me. I would tell McDaniel to explore all his legal options. He does have a team of election observers and an attorney.

      Thanks for coming by again. Great to chat.

    • Gary P Jackson

      I’m still hoping Sarah runs [and wins] and picks Ted for her running mate. If she runs, she’ll win. I’m working on the reasons why for an article coming soon.

  4. Reynolds88

    Glad to see a C4P’er with a cool blog!

    • Isabel Matos

      This is Gary’s blog that we are all welcome to write in (like a team). It’s wonderful. Feel free to browse older articles. There are many to choose from. Thanks for coming by. It was cool.

    • Gary P Jackson

      Thanks! Glad to have you. We and C4P have been around for about the same time. We have some good friends there. Their publisher has been a frequent contributor and served as our Managing Editor.

      I’ve been away from the keyboard from a while, but Isabel has done a tremendous job of manning the fort! She is amazing!

      Hope you hang out with us. We’re all Palin supporters and pull no punches!

  5. In Mississippi there is no reason why Democrats should be able to vote in a Republican primary. That hurt McDaniels chances in my opinion. This just proves that the establishment are really RINO’s since Cochran recruited the libs. If Gov Palin wants to go 3rd party I will stand behind her.

    • Isabel Matos

      If you look at the last article voters were PAID to vote for him. That’s illegal and Cochran knows it. McDaniel has not conceded. There are more votes than voters in Hinds county. It’s not over. He’s not Al Gore. There is massive fraud going on.

    • Isabel Matos

      They also got paid to vote for him. In the last article there’s a tape and an excerpt from the New York Times exposing that. It’s not just politics as usual. It’s illegal. McDaniel has not conceded. He is using all legal means to deal with this.

      In Hinds county alone there were more votes than Republican voters. It’s not over.

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