Monday, March 3, 2014

Sarah Palin Now (Purposely) Ignored By Repub Honchos? (At Least the Top One, Anyway) UNC Edges Notre Dame!

Sarah Palin making the RNC proud to have chosen her as their VP candidate.

After seeing this picture I couldn't help from quoting our highly estimable source at the Immoral Minority on the latest greatest Republican women kudos emanating from the top of the top (Breitbart!):

So RNC Chairman Pr(i)ebus issued this statement two days ago.

Here is where he lists some of the admirable women that represent the party:

“Republican women have a history of being trailblazers, breaking ground and glass ceilings — from Margaret Chase Smith, the first woman to be elected to both the House and the Senate, to the nation’s first Latina governor, Susana Martinez of New Mexico and the country’s youngest sitting governor, Nikki Haley of South Carolina.

Let's see Margaret Chase Smith, Susana Martinez, Nikki Haley, yeah that seems to represent the female trailblazers...ooooh wait, do you see what I see?

Well they certainly did over at Breitbart:

The RNC failed to recognize former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, who was the party's first female vice presidential nominee. What made the statement stranger, though, was it explicitly acknowledged two governors who would not be in their respective statehouses were it not for Palin.

Martinez and Haley were both trailing their respective races before Palin, who galvanized what became the Tea Party movement when she was put on the presidential ticket in 2008, endorsed them in 2010, which ensured they would get their respective nominations.

Ouch somebody's panties are certainly in a bunch.

Of course what Breitbart seems to forget, and Pr(i)ebus clearly has not, is that while Palin was once the darling of the GOP four years ago, and could help get relatively unknown politicians elected in certain very red states, these days her endorsement has little value, and in fact can attract the kind of negative attention that will doom a campaign before it even gets out of the gate.

Sarah Palin making the RNC proud to have chosen her as their VP candidate.

Besides that he knows all to(o) well that her ignorance and unintelligible responses to (t)he questions of reporters made the 2008 McCain campaign a virtual laughingstock.

And she's still working hard on that today.

North Carolina Holds Off Notre Dame

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