Sunday, September 12, 2010

Delaware GOP Establishment Goes After Tea Party Candidate

Kind of reminds me of some of the things that went on here. Come to think of it, its going on all over the country as the ruling class tries to put down a serf uprising. Sarah Palin and Sen. Jim DeMint have endorsed the outsider.


Anonymous Anonymous said...


Do you think Sara Palin is taking the true "outsider" path in endorsing some of the tea party candidates or are her moves calculated to make the tea party types think she's on their side.

She hasn't endorsed tea party candidates across the board. She endorsed Rick Bilderberger Perry, for instance in TX and John McCain.

Or is she a simply an airhead, drifting with the wind (meaning there's no rhyme or reason for her actions).

There seems to be a lack of consistency / conviction.

I believe she is taking calculated risks myself (to give the sheeple a supposed "real conservative who endorsed tea party candidates").

Your thoughts?

2:39 PM, September 14, 2010  
Anonymous Mark said...

I don't think she has a policy metric that she uses to evaluate these candidates. I think she goes by feeling tone, by how she personally gets on with them.

There are several liberals I can think of that I like, but I would never endorse them despite my feelings. She is not like that.

While I don't question her motives, I'd like someone with a consistent integrated view on policy to lead the country. She does not appear to have that.

5:11 AM, September 15, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree that she totally lacks a consistent policy that she could use to evaluate candidates, but at the same time I do think calculation enters into it. For instance, her pick in the Iowa gubernatorial race was the establishment-favored incumbent- looking like she picks safe choices to help her run for president in 2012 in key states.

On the other hand, for all her rhetoric about third parties and independents, she has yet to endorse a real one. She only steers the tea party to the GOP.

7:44 AM, September 15, 2010  

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