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Sarah Palin in Iowa

Sarah Palin spoke at the Iowa Reagan Dinner tonight as the keynote, and apparently did a bang up job. I haven't seen it yet, in fact I'll probably be watching the video thanks to The Right Scoop right along with you. Click the image to watch.



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Joe Miller moneybomb. Initi... (Below threshold)

Joe Miller moneybomb. Initial Goal $100k. So far, he's raised $10k during lisa's write in announcement (20k total).

Well make that 20k+ $50

Up until a couple of days a... (Below threshold)
Jim Addison:

Up until a couple of days ago, the conventional wisdom was that Sarah Palin wasn't running in 2012 because she hadn't visited New Hampshire at all and Iowa only once for a Tea Party rally. At the time, her people pointed out this commitment, but it didn't have any impact on the pundits.

Now, because she said something that left the door open, which is quite similar to what she's said before, and "suddenly" shows up in Iowa, she must be running.

I get whiplash from the speed of their reversal.

You not alone in the whipla... (Below threshold)

You not alone in the whiplash Jim. Why can people just wait and see, the focus should rightly be on November right now.

"Sarah Palin, who earlier tonight in Iowa predicted that Murkowski's effort will be "futile." "It will end in failure," Miller says. "She is going to throw a lot of money away just to mud sling.""
--Taken from a audience member question after tonight's event.

I thought you or someone el... (Below threshold)

I thought you or someone else here might be interested in this. Here is alot of information concerning Sarah Palin-backed candidate Christine O'Donnell's opponent, Chris Coons. [There are a plethora of links here concerning him]:

Chris Coons: Deeply Flawed Candidate


"... This one was written by a Delaware liberal. There's quite a bit of information about Chris Coons checkered past as it relates to the details of his shady campaign finance history. I don't know how much of this information could be used effectively against Chris Coons, but the phrases "class G felony" and "class A misdemeanor" grab my attention! Take a look:

No Wonder Chris Coons County Finances Are In Such A Mess [Link for this is at link given above]

Another one from our liberal friends in Delaware, this one focused on Chris Coons problems with truth in advertising. Key words: "disingenuous," "false," "incompetent" and "ineffective..."

Chris Coons Intentional Distortion Of His Record [Link for this is at link given above]


Here's one from our team:

Lies: "In 2004, when Coons first ran for the job, he promised not to raise taxes. Since then he has raised taxes not once, not twice, but three times... Now on his campaign Website, Coons expresses deep concern about the federal government's 'runaway debt.' A number of his proposals to cut the deficit involve collecting more taxes.

h/t via Da Tech Guy at The Other McCain [Links are at link given above]


CNBC did an analysis of America's top states for doing business in 2010. Delaware was ranked 42nd in the nation. Delaware Democrats blame Chris Coons. [Link to this at link above]

How Chris Coons Slowly Screwed New Castle County ["..."]

Chris Coons, Millionaire. Unemployed Delawareans are so impressed. Not. ["..."]

Not One Single Year With A Balanced Budget Yet Chris Coons Wants To Lead In DC? ["..."]

Miller is up to $40k...I se... (Below threshold)

Miller is up to $40k...I sent him some too!

Go Joe...and send Evita Murkowski packing!

Run Sarah Run!... (Below threshold)

Run Sarah Run!

Christmas coming early for ... (Below threshold)
Jeff L:

Christmas coming early for the Dems. Sarah Palin running for Prez. is THE best thing that could happen for a second term for Obama. Of course there is Christine (I dabbled into witchcraft) O'Donnell, every day that goes by the skeletons in her closet continue to tumble out. She is truly the gift that keeps on giving. The future is so bright I gotta wear shades.

The future is so bright I g... (Below threshold)

The future is so bright I gotta wear shades.

7. Posted by Jeff L | September 18, 2010 9:08 PM

You really want obama to have a second term?
What a maroon.






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