Monday, March 18, 2013

GOP: Bring Sarah Back Or....

Continue to lose.  Yea, I said that.  The GOP has gotten stale, old, and set in their consultant bound ways.  Those who say they are here to help, withhold funds if they don't like what you put out.  They go behind the scenes to sabotage and to defeat hoping not one ounce of blame comes on them.   Many are so afraid of hurting feelings that they would rather have their candidate lose than tell the freaking truth!  

Come's true.  And at every level of politics and every town in America.  Don't think for a moment it doesn't happen where you live.  

The GOP is afraid of Sarah.  She's bold. She's got ideas.  And she's flat out powerful.  Just about every candidate she supports wins.  What does that tell you, dear establishment guys and gals?  

So dear, GOP, either embrace those of us who are like Sarah, who have a true heart for saving this country, who don't mind saying it like it is, and who will gladly put America first, or stay with your ancient ways and wither away.  Because many of us are restless.  We don't see leadership.  We see compromise. We see cowards.  And we don't like it.  And we're willing to do what's necessary to make a change.  

Palin at CPAC: GOP Needs to 'Furlough the Consultants' 

Sarah Palin did not mince words when talking about the Republican permanent political class of consultants--even making a reference to Karl "the architect" Rove--that has plagued the party with their timidity and venality: "Furlough the consultants."

In a thunderously electrifying speech that brought down the house at CPAC on Saturday, Palin urged conservatives to end the top-down approach to picking candidates, tune out the pollsters, and send the focus groups home.

"If we truly know what we believe we don't need the professionals to tell us," Palin said.
She said experts who keep losing and getting hired should run for office themselves.
"Buck up or stay in the truck," Palin said.

In a reference to Karl Rove and the Super PAC he helped create that some claim is aimed at competing with Tea Party candidates, Palin said the "architects can head on back and put their name on the ballot." She said she would hope some of these consultants would give themselves "discounts" on consulting services.
Palin criticized the Republican establishment for focusing on processes and aesthetics instead of on concerns of average Americans in the country's heartland.

"Rebuilding the party? How about rebuilding the middle class," Palin said.
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