Sarah Palin Tells America: Don’t Lose Heart!

Sarah Palin told Americans, and conservatives in particular, to not lose heart following yesterday’s loss.
From her Facebook page:

America, don’t lose heart. This election is not an “Obama mandate,” nor is it a rejection of conservatism. Unanswered ads like this one running in blue collar swing states defined Romney early on, and the Obama media also piled on with the narrative that Romney would harm the middle class. (As I personally have witnessed, once a bell is rung by a biased media, it’s impossible to un-ring it.) Ironically, it’s Obama’s socialist policies that will destroy America’s working class as he outsources opportunities.

Hang in there, America. Fight for what is right. Don’t look to government or any politician to solve your problems. Government can’t make you happy, healthy, wealthy or wise. Obama is a master at reading the right “soaring” words fed into his teleprompter, but actions speak louder than words. So, hold tight to 2 Corinthians 4:8 because we’re in for a wild ride.

We must survive. United. One nation under God.

“We are hard-pressed on every side, yet not crushed; we are perplexed, but not in despair; persecuted but not forsaken, struck down, but not destroyed.” – 2 Corinthians 4:8-9.

– Sarah Palin

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  • sarah2016

    No more RINO candidates catering to “moderate” independents (really Dems), reaching across the aisle for one-way compromise, trying to be liked by the Obama-media, crony capitalizing on their cushy RINO establishment power, girly-fighting for bi-partisanship instead of our Constitutional principles…one answer…PALIN2016…if America is not too far gone socialist & wimpy paper-tigerish, by then.

  • Earthmover

    Sarah Palin, you are one fine woman and one fine American! Thank you!

  • K-Bob

    We already got the PDS-afflicted “real Conservatives” busting all over the Palin thread at TheRightScoop. They’ll get over here soon enough.

    Give them a rousing, GateWayPundit welcome.

  • workingclass artist

    Take another bus tour Palin…that will fix everything.

  • maria

    The devil is playing a nasty game….. May God bless all people who voted for Romney…

  • Good grief…Sarah you waited till Monday Nov. 5 to endorse Mitt Romney. I could care less what you have to say.You proved you were not part of the solution you have been part of the problem. The same way you could have told your zombie followers you were not running and teased them endlessly to keep attention on yourself. It is not about you Sarah it is about America….get over yourself.

  • Adirondack Patriot

    Palin was the only reason conservative voters turned out in force four years ago. Where was she this time? Hiding? Getting ready for her next reality show?

    No. I blame her for sitting out this election.

    She is the new Jeanine Pirro. Pretty face. No help.

    Not happy.

  • donh

    This election was the O J verdict . Tea party stood down for Rich RINO supremacy to show us how the corporate Pros get it done , and they FAILED miserably….Time for Tea Party to rally up….Don’t let those who lead us to failure use this disaster to force the socialist agenda forward….that was the plan all along….A Stealth effort from deep within the Beltway republicans to re-elect Obama and give the fraud RINO republicans cover to ” work with ” Obama on tax increases and other totalitarianisms.

  • Harrington

    “We are hard-pressed on every side…” – good grief, Sarah, not nearly as much as all of us would have been under President Mitt “What Do I Believe, Again?” Romney and Vice President Paul “My Catholic Beliefs Say ‘Let The Poor Fend For Themselves’ Ryan.

    Reality. Perspective. Do they not have those things up there in Alaska? No, they apparently don’t. Just government handouts.

  • tina

    Why do republicans need someone (Sarah, or anyone else for that matter) to motivate them to get out and vote for their candidates? If the individual republican citizens couldn’t be bothered to get out and vote, for the right reasons, then there’s no helping them. No candidate is perfect. If you claim to love America, then you should have just done all you could to support your candidates by voting for them. Who cares if you don’t think they are perfect in every absolute way? I’ve read of Evangelicals not being able to vote for Mitt because he’s a Mormon. Good grief. What a waste of an election.

  • gorgo

    By some figures, slightly more people in this country are on the dole than actually work…and many people I meet either approve of that or simply cannot see that it’s a problem.

    Enough of a majority voted last night in favor of the Thief-in-Chief who ran on the platform that he’ll take even more from the producers if given four more. They bought it, and he’ll do it. Meaning their numbers can only increase in the next four years, not decrease.

    Conservatism is intended for people with ethics, healthy pride and integrity, therefore it has NOTHING to offer the new voting majority of this nation and NOTHING with which to make a counteroffer against American-style socialism.

    So…what’s these specific reasons not to lose heart, again?

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    No more RINO candidates catering to “moderate” independents (really Dems),…

    If this is what you wish for, then you’re going to need to develop a taste for crap sandwiches, because the Republican Party is almost surely going to offer up another one.

  • Monkey Wrench

    #13

    Do you think that Romney lost because he was too moderate? The pundits seem to think that he was forced to appeal to the more conservative members of his party and was never able to move to the center after the primaries. And that’s why he lost.

    Do you think he was not conservative enough?

  • Patty

    I have been overwhelmed with the Americans who haven’t been alert and informed. Hands out and I heard them cry, PLEASE MR. OBAMA MAY I HAVE MORE, SIR.

    Christmas present for all, they love their Santa, now, let’s see how he delivers his promise.

    We are broke and China won’t help us.

    I ask an acquaintance who “she” voted for, here is her answer, “well I was unsure but I voted for Obama.” I asked why? She said, “Romney doesn’t see to like women.”

    So, just think about the Voters who have no clue. None on Failed Foreign Policies and none on the Socialist in Chief. MAJOR CRISES AND THE VOTER LIKE HER VOTED BECAUSE OF THIS.

    So, Obama did get the women vote and the slick and campaign of 08 worked again on the naive voters.

    And Bias Media help again.

  • Patty

    seem to like, not see

  • Gaius Baltar

    Sarah Palin is now part of the new “professional conservative” media class that needs to continue to string us along for their own money making purposes. They continue to tell us that what Washington needs is for a Republican to run the leviathan govt. Instead of encouraging us to retreat and concentrate on local issues, they continue to string us along.

  • Mahdi Al-Dajjal

    The very next thing we can expect from the Republican Establishment is for John Boehner and Eric Cantor to immediately cave when Obama asks, once again, for Congress to raise the debt ceiling by another few trillion dollars.

    I’ve already heard that Boehner & Cantor have already dropped their pants to around their ankles, bent over and spread their cheeks, and have humbly extended an olive branch to Barack.

    And with leadership like this, people wonder why Republicans LOSE national elections?

  • Patty

    WHAT HAPPENED
    CARLSON and PATEL: Demographics, insincerity, ineptitude combined to leave Republicans

    Read more: http://dailycaller.com/#ixzz2Ba7DmvDG

    Well, Obama retained his 08 voters. PERIOD AND OF COURSE BIAS MEDIA.

  • Fionnagh

    Easy for Gov. Palin to say, when she doesn’t need to worry about where next month’s rent is coming from, or whether she will still have a job. Also, as others have posted, where was her support for Romney when such support might have made a difference?

  • Monkey Wrench

    #15

    The United States isn’t broke. We are the wealthiest nation on earth.

  • wtd

    I can accept a legally won, honest election. Does such a thing as an honest election even have a chance to exist anymore?

    Asking us to ‘hang in there’ when all the contenders no longer play by the rules knowing there is no penalty for breaking them is silly. It’s meaningless when there are no consequences for breaking the rules.

    Romney goes so far as to ask for an end to partisan bickering. Boehner is already constructing creative methods of reaching deep into our pockets to reach over to satisfy the other side.

    I make no apologies for refusing to surrender my values. I voted for Mitt Anne Romney, and regret it.

    As far as I’m concerned, if the GOP gives up this easy . . .I’m no longer going to waste my time ‘hanging in there’. The GOP has gone to the dark side and I’m not willing to hang with them.

    Mrs. Palin, there’s got to be another way or we are parting ways permanently.

  • lizzy84

    Past the point of no return, the final threshold
    The bridge is crossed, so stand and watch it burn
    We’ve passed the point of no return

    Congratulations, America. You’re really gonna love your slave-chains.

  • n_bourbaki

    2012 was Sarah’s time to run. She chickened out because of lib media. Let country down as much as Romney.

  • Ace

    Forget about the ditz Mrs. Palin,
    Here’s enemy number one…

    http://dailycaller.com/2012/11/07/boehner-to-obama-this-is-your-moment-we-want-you-to-succeed/

  • n_bourbaki

    #18 I’m beginning to think Boehner should cave at this point – at least on tax rates. Let Obama own the coming depression. I’ll be out of a job, of course, but that’s coming anyway.

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  • Monkey Wrench

    #26

    He has no choice on tax rates. The only way to stop tax rates from going up is to do something. Doing something requires agreement with the Senate and the President. If Boehner doesn’t do something, tax rates will automatically go up and the military budget will be cut dramatically.

  • FabianNightmare

    #26- I agree. Give these leftist deadbeats everything they want. Tax the “rich” at 85%, give free stuff to whomever asks, shut all the coal mines and oil drilling, have a carbon tax, let the UN tax the internet, regulate private property, let them do it all to their communist heart’s desire. Maybe that will wake people up. Third Party and states rights is the only thing that could possibly save the red states at this point.

  • lol

    thank you gov. palin.

  • idesign

    Seems that a lot of Mittwits here are venting their anger at Sarah Palin. The real problem is with the beltway establishment crowd, who nominated another it’s my turn moderate squish. The only one who had a good night was Sarah Palin with the succes of Ted Cruz and Deb Fisher, to name few that she endorsed.

  • Lady Mondegreen

    Palin wanted an Obama win. She would have no place in a Romney administration and she would have to tone down her comments about a GOP POTUS. She’s in ths game for the money and her brand will do better under Obama.

  • Monkey Wrench

    #29

    Save the red states? You know many of the red states receive much more money from the Feds than they pay in. I’m talking about states like Alaska, Mississippi, West Virginia, Alabama, Kentucky…

    They are essentially subsidized by states that pay in more than they receive. States like California, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Connecticut, New York…

  • obfuscatenot

    Alan West for President 2016 third party. Let’s start today.

  • Marcus

    The Republicans are blamed by defeat.

    Romney should say, here’s my birth certificate, my passport where is your Obama?

    Sun Tzu said:

    “You can be sure of succeeding in your attacks if you only attack places which are undefended”

    I’m sorry to say that North Americans have no idea how to fight in politics especially those coming from outside.

  • Sasja

    Okay. Next up in 2 years, we have a long, hard, battle but if we start now, not in 18 months, but now to find, promote, the right candidates and take the Senate and add to the House. I realize we are war weary, but our ancestors were, too and they didn’t give up. Mark Levin just reminded us of their struggle against the British. We need to pull on the strength they had, and I know we have, and get back into the fight. I admit I was very disheartened to learn that so many of our countrymen would rather live in poverty than work to better their lives and those of their children. So we take a short rest and start marching.

    And Sarah. Just shut up already. I cannot see where you are an asset and not a liability. How many people you endorsed won their elections? If all, or a majority did, then I may change my mind about you.

  • Sasja

    Monkey Wrench. Please provide the link supporting your comment.

  • David

    THE REPUBLICANS SHOULD GIVE WHAT THE DEMOCRATS WANT. THE US POPULATION NEEDS TO BE TAUGHT A LESSON IN WHAT SOCIALISM ACHIEVES. I AM READY TO SUFFER FOR IT – WE WILL NEED TO REBOOT ANYWAY AT SOME POINT

  • spotted reptile

    Palin didn’t sit out this election, she was sat out by the Establishment who didn’t want her at the convention or the campaign.

    I’m not saying she would have won. Reagan would not have won this election. And the America Palin loves and fights for exists no longer. One Nation Under God is dead. Borders – what are they?

    We are reverting to tribalism in urban pockets where we will fight for scraps and blankets. Better stock up and move someplace warm.

  • Earthmover

    Wait till all these Obama voters find out the healthcare aint free! I’m going to make
    some popcorn!

  • Ben

    Too late. Its over. The country is gone, the ideals do not exist within enough voters to make a difference.

  • Winston Wolfe

    We must survive. United. One nation under God.

    Nope.

    I want no part of half of this country.

  • Sparky

    Palin can afford to say these wonderful platitudes after banking 11 million on her book deal and thousands more from the speaking tour.

  • idesign

    Hey Sparky, so you must think capitalism is a bad thing…

    Sounds like you want some of that Obama free stuff..:)

  • Dan C

    Romney and crew did not want Palin anywhere near his campaign, so if you blame her for him losing you are an idiot!

  • Monkey Wrench

    #37

    Here’s one link with 2005 data. http://taxfoundation.org/article/federal-taxing-and-spending-benefit-some-states-leave-others-paying-bill-1

    I thought it was common knowledge. Surely you don’t think Alabama is more productive and/or more efficient than New York. NY ends up paying in more than they get back and AL ends up taking more than they pay in. We are all one country, so that’s the way it works.

  • Sasja

    Thanks. I wasn’t refuting it, just too lazy to get it myself. Again, thanks.

  • miguel cervantes

    Heavy troll infestation, today, unlike with some, it’s not a debating for her, that Obama continues in power, her youngest is at risk, with the ‘death penals’ and her oldest walks the post in Afghanistan,

  • Patty

    #21 November 7, 2012 at 5:16 pm
    Monkey Wrench commented:

    #15

    The United States isn’t broke. We are the wealthiest nation on earth.

    ____________________

    Our debt is at 16 Trillion and Obama has spent over 4 trillion on what? We have a problem with Entitlements and Social Security and with more on food stamps where is all the money coming from..YOU TELL ME WHERE??

  • Patty

    I think there is a incompetent on this thread that needs a little talking too. These are the voters who haven’t a clue what is happening to America.

    They better pray that things don’t go completely down the tubes because Obama isn’t going to give up HIS money, just ours.

  • AuntieMadder

    Bu!!sh!t.

  • Patty

    #21 November 7, 2012 at 5:16 pm
    Monkey Wrench commented:

    You are living in LALA land.
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    U.S. Is Bankrupt and We Don’t Even Know It: Laurence Kotlikoff

    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2010-08-11/u-s-is-bankrupt-and-we-don-t-even-know-commentary-by-laurence-kotlikoff.html

    And this was written before Obama spent another trillion or two.

  • FurryGuy

    #46 November 7, 2012 at 6:55 pm
    Monkey Wrench commented:

    Hey Fork-for-Brains, 2005 ain’t 2012, let alone 2009 or 2010 or even 2011. Try finding a link that takes into account the MASSIVE spending done since January 2009.

    Doubtful you will find anything since the Dem controlled Senate has spiked any and every attempt by the House to get a budget passed.

  • 3 million less Republicans voted for Mitt Romney than John McCain. If Sarah Palin had been given a central role in the campaign these missing voters would have been energized and no doubt would have voted.
    Running Marco Rubio in 2016 would solve the Hispanic problem that is hampering the GOP.
    Planning for 2016 must start IMMEDIATELY. The next election campaign begins today.

  • BurmaShave

    “Obama is a master at reading the right “soaring” words fed into his teleprompter,…”

    So long as “corpsman” does not come up.

  • Monkey Wrench

    #52

    If the US was bankrupt, people wouldn’t lend us money. Would you lend money to a bankrupt country, or company, or person? No. But everyone is falling all over themselves to lend us money, to the point where we pay almost no interest whatsoever.

    Where does the money come from? It comes from us. And it is mostly spent on us. The military to keep us safe, Roads and highways to distribute or goods and services, Social Security to keep us out of poverty in our old age, Medicare to keep us healthy in old age, schools to educate our children…

    Back in the 90’s, before the massive tax cuts of the 2000’s, we stopped running a deficit and started paying off our debt. We had no trouble affording our government in the late 1990’s. If you remember, that was a pretty good economic time as well. We are NOT some poor country. We can afford these things. You might make the argument that you don’t WANT these things. That’s different. But we can afford them.

  • FurryGuy

    #56 November 7, 2012 at 7:52 pm
    Monkey Wrench commented:

    China is already lending us money, buying our Treasury Notes, to the tune of nearly $16T, and increasing.

    Amazing how you economic morons whine we have to tax the rich, the pie is only so big and of fixed size, and yet think borrowing ever increasing amounts of money can go on forever.

  • Fionnagh

    #48 Are you identifying a “troll” as anyone who criticizes Palin? Or who disagrees with you?

  • archtop

    Thanks Sarah…that was great.

  • Linda

    God Bless You Sarah Palin…and Thank You for your encouraging words…and scripture…where God can speak to us like no one else can!

    As we continue to pray for all of our Troops may God continue to place His mighty hand upon your son Track and bring him back safe soon!

  • Monkey Wrench

    #53

    Find your own links if you don’t like mine. Do you think that Mississippi is suddenly more productive and efficient than Massachusetts? If they were, their wages would reflect it. There is a reason that people in MA make more money than people in MS. They are more efficient and productive.

    States don’t receive money from Fed based on what they paid. So some states pay more than their fair share and others pay less. Poor southern states, which tend to be red, end up benefiting. We are one country, so this isn’t even controversial.

  • miguel cervantes

    Yes, that flourishing economy under Obama 1.0, Deval Patrick, tell me another one,

  • Monkey Wrench

    #57

    I’M an economic moron? We don’t owe china anywhere near $16T. Not even close! But if China wants to buy our T-Bills, more power to them. We are paying way less than 2% for 10 year T-Bills. If you assume about a 2% rate of inflation, they are paying us to hold their money.

    People here sure like to hurl insults. You call me a moron and then you throw out ridiculous numbers. Is this how you deal with people in your personal life. They say something you think is wrong and you call them an idiot? Weird.

  • occidental tourist

    I wish you conservatives luck in dealing with your metaphysical grief. Just know that Obama isn’t nearly as liberal as you are told he is, but neither is he as conservative as my liberal friends make him out. Meanwhile, I do think you folks are as far removed from Jesus and his peaceable intentions as a camel is from a downtown disco.

  • Patty

    Bankrupting a Nation is in many forms and if this government doesn’t get it together this will continue to happen and we will fall of the cliff.

    Bankrupting the future of our Children and their children.

    This is exactly what is going to happen and is presently happening to this nation.

    We are now `16 trillion in debt and counting. AND STILL NO BUDGET.

    ~~~~~~~

    #1 There Will Be Fewer Jobs For American Workers

    #2 Wages For American Workers Will Continue To Decline

    #3 Illegal Immigrants Will Overwhelm Our Welfare System

    #4 Mexican Drug Cartels Will Establish A Presence In Nearly Every City In The United States

    #5 There Will Be Increasing “Anti-American Violence” Inside The United States

    #6 Massive Bribes Will Corrupt Our Judicial System

    #7 Gang Activity Will Continue To Grow In The United States By Leaps And Bounds

    #8 The Decline Of Our Health Care System Will Continue To Accelerate

    Illegal immigrants are overwhelming emergency rooms all over the country. They walk in, receive high quality treatment and often never pay after they leave.

    Things have gotten so bad in many areas of the nation that it is causing entire hospitals to go bankrupt and shut down.

    In a previous article, I described what unchecked illegal immigration is doing to the health care system in California….
    Gang activity is absolutely exploding inside the United States.

    According to the FBI, there are now 1.4 million gang members involved in the 33,000 different gangs that are active inside the United States.

    The number of gang members in America has increased by 40 percent since 2009.

    Those stats should be very alarming to all of us.

    #9 Legalizing Illegal Immigrants Will Cause A Huge Shift In Voting Patterns
    What are we going to do if gangs keep growing at this rate?

    According to federal statistics, gang members are responsible for up to 80 percent of all violent crimes committed in the United States every year.

    A very large percentage of these gang members have entered the United States from Mexico, but the federal government refuses to do anything to stop it.

    #10 There Will Be A Flood Of New Illegal Immigrants

    http://endoftheamericandream.com/archives/10-things-that-will-happen-if-barack-obama-continues-to-systematically-legalize-illegal-immigration

    And then this: http://www.nationalaffairs.com/imgLib/20110317_LevinWebChartSMALL.jpg

    Our nation cannot continue on a path of giving when our economy is falling. We cannot keep giving out when nothing is coming in If this pace is allowed to continue more people we be in poverty and then what. Continuing on the road to bankruptcy.

  • Summer Love

    Monkey Wrench. A massive amount of $$$ over 100 years has been earnt by Southern music for instance. Every Blues, C&W , every Johnny Cash every Elvis every Nashville production has earnt massive amounts of foreign exchange. These are channelled most often through NY & californian companies & the earnings show up there.

    How much has Gone With The Wind earnt ? Yes but it shows up in Hollywood not georgia income.

    All the oil royalties from the Gulf show up as NY or Delaware .

    The North has some good songs ( Motown & Bradway ) but a lot was hijacked from the South.

    There is a lot to draw on .

  • Patty

    China and U.S. Debt

    The largest portion of U.S. debt, 68 cents for every dollar or about $10 trillion, is owned by individual investors, corporations, state and local governments and, yes, even foreign governments such as China that hold Treasury bills, notes and bonds.

    Foreign governments hold about 46 percent of all U.S. debt held by the public, more than $4.5 trillion. The largest foreign holder of U.S. debt is China, which owns more about $1.2 trillion in bills, notes and bonds, according to the Treasury.

    In total, China owns about 8 percent of publicly held U.S. debt. Of all the holders of U.S. debt China is the third-largest, behind only the Social Security Trust Fund’s holdings of nearly $3 trillion and the Federal Reserve’s nearly $2 trillion holdings in Treasury investments, purchased as part of its quantitative easing program to boost the economy.

    http://usgovinfo.about.com/od/moneymatters/ss/How-Much-US-Debt-Does-China-Own.htm

  • Patty

    The Federal government’s debt is more $16 Trillion (http://www.usdebtclock.org/), more than $50,000.00 per person. Obama’s proposed budget continued trillion dollar deficits as far as the eye can see. Obama’s proposed budget is so phony and irresponsible that not a single Dem in Congress would vote for it.

    Why is Obama doing this?

    If you watch the movie 2016, you will understand why Obama is bankrupting America.

    http://2016themovie.com/

    Consider the past four years and what Obama has done. Ask yourself, what will America be like if Obama gets four more years to continue his policies?

    Well, he has been, we will see what his other ideas are for America.

  • Patty

    Investors Fear More Than Just a ‘Fiscal Cliff’

    The Dow plunged 313 points yesterday, but don’t believe news media reports that it was the nearness of the “fiscal cliff” that caused the selloff. What spooked investors is a bigger picture that recognizes the economically catastrophic implications of a second Obama term. To be clear, there is nothing Romney could have done to avoid the deflationary Depression that lies ahead. However, a Romney presidency might have at least served as a reality check on malfeasant fiscal practices, delaying the onslaught of hard times for perhaps long enough to allow Americans to put their financial houses in better order before austerity is imposed on us with the force of an earthquake, as it has been on Europe.
    […………………]

    http://www.zerohedge.com/contributed/2012-11-07/investors-fear-more-just-fiscal-cliff

    Great Article and read more.

  • Dale

    I’m so done with this Bimbo and her folksy ways. Where the fu(k was she when Romney needed her endorsement? Where was the other slimeball from Pennsylvania Rick Santorum, the “snob”? The Republican party is dead.

  • Terry Gain

    Well, Obama retained his 08 voters. PERIOD AND OF COURSE BIAS MEDIA

    Obama lost 9 million votes. Republicans provided more than one million fewer votes for a far superior candidate than McCain. It would be interesting to know how many of the no shows are Palin cultists. She basically sat out the campaign.

  • Monkey Wrench

    #67
    Sounds right.

    #69
    Have to disagree about investors fearing Obama second term. The Market is up about 60% since he took office. Not sure why they would fear a second term. They do fear a deadlock over the debt ceiling and all the tax hikes and cuts to military spending. This is simply not the time to do those things. The economy is improving, but it will be a while before we should raise taxes or make big cuts to government spending like these cuts to our military.

  • Linda

    #71

    Sarah Palin isn’t part of any CULT…JUST GOES TO SHOW YOU KNOW NOTHING ABOUT HER FAITH!

  • FurryGuy

    #14 November 7, 2012 at 5:06 pm
    Monkey Wrench commented:

    Do you think that Romney lost because he was too moderate? The pundits seem to think that he was forced to appeal to the more conservative members of his party and was never able to move to the center after the primaries. And that’s why he lost.

    And these same pundits said Mitt would win in a landslide. ANYTHING these self-appointed pointy-headed media pundits have to say is balderdash, hogwash and a big ripe load of HOOEY.

  • shadow

    The only one who had a good night was Sarah Palin with the succes of Ted Cruz and Deb Fisher, to name few that she endorsed.

    Richard Mourdock, to name another.

  • shadow

    Alan West for President 2016 third party. Let’s start today.

    Oh, please do.

  • shadow

    China is already lending us money, buying our Treasury Notes, to the tune of nearly $16T, and increasing.

    China only holds about 8% of that.

  • Monkey Wrench

    #75

    You raise a good point. Conservative pundits were all wrong about the election. As a result, most Conservatives were convinced that Romney would win decisively. Dick Morris, George Will, Rush Limbaugh, Larry Kudlow all predicted a Romney landslide of more than 300 EC votes. All the others such as Charles Krauthammer predicted a close win for Romney.

    The comments on this blog mostly talked about how Romney was going to win big and how much fun it was going to be to watch the returns. As a result, most were blindsided by the outcome.

    The information was there. Nate Silver accurately predicted 49 of the 49 states that have been decided. Depending on the outcome of Florida, he may end up with a perfect score.

    So why we’re Conservative pundits unable to see what was plain as day? I honestly don’t know, but think about it next time you hear their predictions.

  • shadow

    #75

    You are confusing pundits with political hacks. Pundits dispsstionately surmised that Romney was forced too far to the right during the primary, and couldn’t recover in time for the general, no matter how vigorously he shook the Etch-a-Sketch. Political hacks, on the other hand, predicted a Romney landslide based on anything but reality.

  • Gary

    It’s insane that people are coming on here blaming Mitt Romney for how he campaigned and blaming conservatives for not getting out the vote.

    Mitt Romney ran a great campaign, and conservatives got out the vote.
    This was systematic theft in all the key states. The early voting, the relaxed id policies, the “faulty” voting machines, and so on. It is all designed to give the Dems several points of padding in the election. Then when it’s really close, those several points put them over the top.

    So stop looking for people to blame. If you locked all your doors and windows, turned on the safety lights, and set the alarm, then the only person to blame for a robbery is the robber(s).

    There’s no question in my mind that Romney carried Wisconsin, Ohio, Virginia, and Florida.

    Reply with anything you like, you won’t change my mind. And I’m too busy to sit and go back and forth today, anyway.

  • Rhinestone Suderman

    And this is the woman we were all told was too dumb, too unpresidential, too hick, too Alaskan, too this, too that, to become president?

    Hmmm, she sounds. . . pretty smart here! Gee, you think maybe some Republicans elites lied to us, about her? /Sarc.

    Romney didn’t lose the election. He ran a good campaign, and did very well in the debates. The American electorate, both Democrat and Republican, lost the election. The Dems wanted more free money, and the Repubs squabbled among themselves, and are now blaming Palin, Ron Paul, Libertarians, etc., for their own folly in not finding a good candidate, and supporting him 100%, like the Dems supported Obama. Uh-huh, it’s all Palin’s fault we lost, keep telling yourself that, guys.

    It’s your failure, America; own it!

    Your failure, guys

  • snewb

    It doesn’t matter who will run in 2012. THE MSM will destroy them like Palin, Cain, Romney. And 54% of our voters just watch “the View” and collect welfare checks. It’s over.

  • valerie

    After everybody gets it out of their system, I hope they will remember that they remain alive and aren’t going anywhere, except maybe moving to another state with better economic opportunity.

    The Republicans in the House got are going to need your support, and the Democrats are going to need some pointed guidance. Boehner was right when he said that the only mandate that came out of this election is that the American people want all their politicians to sit down and work out some compromises.

  • Look-Out

    Doesn’t get any better than Michael Barone. He called it for Romney. And fairly easily if I remember. Everyone with experience in the business knew Romney had the votes. But they failed to include the cheating and fraud or the high level to which it was used this time.

    Team BHO and the Dems were confident about what they could do. And they did it. Just like every other time they’ve broken the law, NOT ONE QUESTION IS ASKED OR WORD IS UTTERED ABOUT IT. I doubt we’ll ever have another fair election…

    This is evil in its infancy and we’ve done nothing to stem its growth. I don’t think we’re going to like how it matures over the next four years.

  • tom beebe st louis

    The patron saint of Chicago politics said it: “Nice guys finish last” – Leo Durocher

    So you offered us McCain and Mittens (as my would-be Liberal grandson calls him). And they were crushed by the passion, and the venom, of the machine. As for living on as what the Brits call “The Loyal Opposition”, fuggedaboutit.

    Then who will assume that role? May I suggest a marriage of the passion of the Tea Party to the principles and the discipline of the Libertarians? But first the former must rid itself of the hypocrites and fools that contributed to the demise of the Republicans.

    How can you ask government to regulate who shall marry, or whether a pregnancy shall be carried to term, and not expect to get the nanny state of the elitist Bloombergs of the world? Abdicate if you will, the admonishing of your daughters to keep their legs together, and you will find your sons are told to put down that Big Mac. Ask government to intrude into bedrooms, or the institution of marriage, and you cannot deny that it tell you where and with whom your children will be schooled.

    The outlier, to use a now popular phrase, was Reagen. But did any Republican since him show the cajones to tell Gorbachev to “tear down this wall”? The Libertarians have a fighter in Ron Paul, but his time has past. Who within the Tea Party has shown the consistency to resist that darker side which passes for humanity, the Obama statists, heirs to their fellow Socialists, Marx, Stalin, and Hitler?

    So to you who bemoan yesterday’s results, I say gather your resolve for tomorrow’s opportunities. Offer not candidates who, like Perot, say “I ran a business” nor compromised combatants like Gingrich who pushed back at the media or Christie that pushed back at the avarice of the educational establishment. Find instead a Reagen for our time, one who combines principle with action. Then this nation will see an opposition worthy of its trust.

    Tom Beebe

    November 7, 2012

  • Founders1791

    Governor Palin’s endorsements SCORED BIG WINS in the US Senate

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    FEMALE — Senator Deb Fischer(NE)
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    http://www.omaha.com/article/20121106/NEWS/121109752

    …Palin still has the golden touch
    http://theweek.com/article/index/228108/deb-fischers-nebraska-upset-proof-sarah-palin-still-has-the-golden-touch

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    HISPANIC — Senator Ted Cruz(TX)
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    http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/politics/2012/11/06/election-2012-ted-cruz-wins-senate-seat-in-texas/

    ….The Palin phenomenon
    http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/national-party-news/229989-ted-cruz-the-sarah-palin-phenomenon

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    #1 Media Power Grid Ranking is …former Governor Sarah Palin
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    http://www.mediaite.com/power-grid/person/?q=sarah+palin

    Dole, McCain, Romney …..3 strikes and Moderates ARE OUT! …..not ever again!

    I donated $500 to SarahPAC upon Romney’s loss to kick start her run for either Alaska Senate in 2014 or the Presidency in 2016.

    No matter whether she ever runs for office again, she will be “a major player” in sticking a thumb in the eyes of socialist creepy democrats and moderate Rinos.