Friday, August 26, 2016

Video;Gov. Palin On Trump And Immigration.Agree With Her or Not She's Always Consistent

Whether one agrees with Governor Palin or not the one thing that even the haters (the ones with even a bit of their soul left) could agree with and that is Palin is constant and consistent.

Where politicians are flip-floppers and looking to choose the easy option, even after having put a stake in the ground on some contentious issues to garner support then shift to the supposed center, Palin never does.

This is why I, and many many other Palin supporters, still continue to uphold her and her values because she, and her values, never change. Certainly there are modifications around issues as things change but the basic premises, the core values never do.

Whether Palin ever seeks office again, whilst a desiderata that she does in my opinion, it is not the most important factor in my support. 

It may be, in the end, that Palin as a touchstone of true conservatism and Christian values, serves her causes better by being above and apart from the elective political process except to endorse those candidate she sees as being able to put her ideals into practice. 

From Politico; 

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin on Thursday said she's not too worried about the charges that Donald Trump has gone soft on immigration, saying the Republican nominee “didn’t garner a lot of enthusiastic support by being soft on anything.”

“Donald Trump understands that enforcing the laws and building a wall are paramount to what the will of the people is,” she told guest host Eric Bolling in an interview on "The O’Reilly Factor" on Fox News. “Thank God he’s still preaching that, because if he were not, then there would be a huge erosion of support.”

“Candidate Trump didn’t garner a lot of enthusiastic support by being soft on anything,” she added.
Trump over the past week has generated a flood of headlines by appearing to back away from his proposal for a "deportation force," saying he is open to "softening" immigration laws and that he's willing to "work with" certain undocumented immigrants if they pay back taxes.

Palin on Thursday also suggested people do their “ABCs — ‘Anybody but Clinton’” — which would help them understand that anything Trump decides to do with immigration would be “better than what Hillary will do, which is incentivize more illegals to come on over.”

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