Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Video;Changing Congress One State At A Time; Palin Heading To Missouri

After Sarah Palin notched up her seventh endorsement victory in a row with Ted Cruz's landslide in Texas it appears she is heading to Missouri to campaign for her endorsed candidate Sarah Steelman in the up coming Missouri GOP Senate primary. Conservatives4Palin has the renouncement video as per below and i reproduce the post setting out how Palin is changing the face of Congress.

Video: Governor Palin to Eric Bolling: “We’re on our way to Missouri to help out in a campaign”

Governor Palin appeared on Fox News Channel’s Your World this afternoon. Eric Bolling was sitting in for a Neil Cavuto and, in a wide ranging interview, the two discussed Ted Cruz’s victory, the RNC, Elizabeth Warren and the DNC, former Utah Senator Robert Bennett’s declaration that the Tea Party was fading, and the exploitation of the Colorado murders by a shameless Democrat Congressman.
But that’s not all. Toward the end of the interview, the Governor mentioned that ”after a stop at Chick-fil-A, we’re on our way to Missouri to help out in a campaign, and then Nebraska and Iowa.” Hmmmm.
Click below to watch:

(Video Courtesy of Barracuda Brigad

Palin stated when she decided against running for president in 2012 "you don't need a title to make a difference". The fact that the Senate is being shaped into "Palin's Senate" election by election, shows this to be true. In fact, in November 12 members of the senate may be there because of Palin's endorsement to one degree or another.

Saxby Chambliss/ Orrin Hatch/Kelly Ayotte/Ted Cruz/Richard Mourdock/ Deb Fischer/Marco Rubio/Rand Paul/ Sarah Steelman/Jeff Flake/Pat Toomey/John Boozman were all assisted by a Palin endorsement of their campaigns.

Certainly Cruz, Fischer, Ayotte and Mourdock may not have been elected if it had not been for Palin's endorsement which even the media acknowledges 

Presuming all are in the Senate in November, which seems likely, that is a substantial block of Palin endorsed conservatives-perhaps 25% of the GOP's Senate Caucus. 

Certainly there are also other senators e.g. Jim deMint for example, who would also vote with this conservative bloc.
This, in effect, Tea Party, caucus within the GOP will be a powerful force for the conservative point of view.

Who knows what that may mean if there is a battle for the GOP's 2016 presidential candidate nod. In the meantime it means a solid block of conservative votes in policy making.

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