Sunday, August 14, 2011

Is Sara Palin Turning Moderate?

I see this from Sarah net via Twitter. I love her views, was and always should be a big backer of her but am kind of perplexed by this post. 

Tim Pawlenty Out of 2012 Race; Governor Palin Weighs In | SarahNET

"'I think we will see more people coming and going' in this campaign cycle. 'I hate to see that internal party events would be seen as the barometer for somebody to stay in the race or not. I would love to have seen Pawlenty stay in there and allow the voters to decide not internal political machinery decide who should be in the race and who should not. So I am disappointed that he has dropped out. Pawlenty, he is a good man who worked very hard, had a good record as a governor. He knew how to get along with the boys in the sandbox. He knew when and how to compromise in order to get things done in a blue state - a Republican in a blue state being effective. I have great respect for him and a lot of his staff members too, good guys, good gals. He has a great family. So I really, really hope the best for Gov. Pawlenty; he is a good man, and disappointed that he dropped out.

On whether Pawlenty quitting will impact her decision to run, she said, 'No, I think this is more illustration of the comings and goings of a campaign in a very long season of politics. We still have many months to go, and I think we will see more people coming and going.'"

For a conservative to be disappointed for a RINO non tea party candidate, one who would compromise, what the heck is she saying? I feel Palin will not run for prez for she sounds like the Washington elites. MSNBC, CBS, ABC, NBC, CNN, and Fox News must of got to her. Plenty is a RINO, not a conservative and for the heart of the conservative movement, for her to feel sorry for plenty is a disappointment.  She has been affected by the Washington elites. She will not run for prez in 2012. Sara, what about cap and tax or ethanol?

A conservative would not apologize for a moderates! Conservatives will not make excuses for what conservatives stand for. Would Sara apologize if Obama steps out of the presidential race? Would she give Obama good remarks after he drops out of the race? Conservatives do not make excuses for what is not right with this country. A conservative would not make up excuses for the problems of why this country is in the predicament it is in. 

Did Obama make positive remarks about plenty dropping out? I didn't hear and I don't think so. 

Sara, I think you better rethink your remarks when it comes to moderates. 

Why not just say he is a great guy and your sorry he dropped out! End of comment, end of press release. 

Sara Palin, your better then that or you have been brainwashed by the Washington elites. Sara, you didn't speak to Karl, Chris or Charles, have you? 

I pray Palin is not who she seems to be in this post. 

God help us all!


Dad29 said...


This is a "no lose" deal for Palin. She gets to say nice things about someone (who may be valuable in the future) after the guy's out of the picture.

So she doesn't come across as endorsing him (he's gone) but gets to keep a friend.

Paul - Berry Laker said...

Dad, I understand what your saying but I am tired of conservatives trying to play the moderate vote and curry favor to moderate people.

Every time conservatism is tried, it works. Why seek the independence?

Have a GREAT week.