Sarah Palin has within her power to bring about great change in our nation. She can do this by ushering in a Republican resurgence in Congress.Saying that the former governor’s Going Rogue book tour has revived her status as leader of the conservative movemen, Fagan expects that her influence and popularity with conservatives should only grow from this point on. That revival, he says, will make her a real power broker in the GOP.
I doubt the dollar can survive four full years of a Barack Obama presidency combined with Democrats controlling Congress. Eventually we’ll end up printing and borrowing too many trillions and our dollar will become worthless wiping out most of our wealth.
But if Republicans can take back the senate and house next year, it will greatly derail Mr. Obama’s runaway spending and his socialization of America.
No one is better-equipped and positioned to help Republican candidates across the nation get elected than Sarah Palin.
When Palin rides into to town to stump for you, crowds show up in droves. Supporters open their wallets and purses and your opponent won’t know what hit him.
The former Palin detractor now admits that had she remained in office for two more years as governor, Sarah Palin would not have been free to travel the country, raise money and campaign for conservative candidates.
Fagan wraps it up by asking and answering a series of questions:
Did she make the right decision in quitting? Will she end up better serving her country on the road campaigning for others instead of being tied down to the Alaska governor’s job? Does the Republican Party have a better chance of taking back the house and senate with Palin on the campaign trail? Could Sarah Palin end up saving our republic because she quit as governor? You betcha!Nice one, Dan, but you really should get some professional help for that schizo thing...