Irrelevant Sarah Palin Endorses Third Place Candidate

And third place candidate wins. To the chagrin of the Ruling Class Republicans. Deb Fischer was in third place, 16 points behind the front-runner establishment-picked candidate. Jim DeMint endorsed the other non-establishment Conservative candidate, who was in second place and finished a dismal third place. Sarah Palin endorsed Deb Fischer, who went from 16 points …

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The candidate I endorsed has withdrawn; now, whom do I pick?

As our long-term readers are aware, your editor endorsed Governor Rick Perry (R-TX) for the Republican Presidential nomination early on in the process. I still believe that Governor Perry is just the kind of man we need for President: a strong conservative with real executive experience, leading a state which has led the nation in …

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Will it be Rick Perry’s turn again?

When he first entered the Republican presidential campaign, Governor Rick Perry (R-TX) became the immediate front-runner with former Governor Mitt Romney (R-MA). The campaign was clearly an “anybody but Romney” affair, as the social conservatives in the GOP don’t find the more moderate Mr Romney acceptable, and Mr Perry was a long-term Governor of a …

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He’s not just toast, he’s the toast which fell off the table and, as always, lands buttered side down.

As the Republican presidential primary field was shaping up, I got on the bandwagon early for Governor Rick Perry (R-TX). He had everything: he had a 11 years experience as Governor of Texas, Texas was leading the nation in job creation, he had strong conservative credentials, yet had previously been a conservative Democrat, and had …

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