The 16 Days of Sarah Palin: Day 6 Sinking ships

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The 16 Days of Sarah Palin: Day 6 Sinking ships

This is the 6th of my series of Sarah Palin clips from CPAC 2014 & com­men­tary upon them:

Day 1: The Crowd
Day 2: The Entrance
Day 3: Dr. Seuss Day 4: Why Sarah Feels Good
Day 5 Play­ing Pre­vent

I was at the NRLC con­fer­ence in New Hamp­shire today and the sub­ject of win­ning the argu­ment came up.

Steyn talked about the need to win elec­tions but to win the argu­ment every sin­gle day in order to set the stage to win as he put it, win­ning the argu­ment is nec­es­sary before win­ning elections.

In mak­ing that case he talked about the incred­i­ble amount of debt that has been built up and what that means, he made the case that in some ways we are already gone far beyond the dan­ger point.

And that the point Sarah Palin made.

It’s impor­tant to win elec­tions to make the changes to save the coun­try but one sim­ply can not sit back and let the ship sink to the point where it can’t be salvidged.

The sec­ond half of the clip might sim­ply seem like com­edy con­cern­ing John Kerry’s appear­ance but again she makes a point while doing so that Democ­rats have become the polit­i­cal vic­tums of Pres­i­dent Obama.

Oddly enough it is some­thing that Mau­reen Dowd has also noticed:

The state of rela­tions between con­gres­sional Democ­rats and the admin­is­tra­tion has been dete­ri­o­rat­ing every week, but now it’s hit­ting a new bot­tom — and not only with the extra­or­di­nary open feud between the C.I.A. and the Sen­ate intel­li­gence com­mit­tee. Hill Democ­rats are seething at Obama, fear­ing that the one­time mes­siah is putting them in a slough that will last until — or through — 2016.

Top Democ­rats who were fans of the pres­i­dent and prone to giv­ing him the ben­e­fit of the doubt now say they’ve com­pletely lost con­fi­dence in the White House’s abil­ity to advance an agenda and work with them in a way that’s going to give Democ­rats a fight­ing chance in November.

Palin’s remarks gave every­one a chuckle but the real joke is on the Democ­rats who invested their rep­u­ta­tions in Barack Obama

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This is the 6th of my series of Sarah Palin clips from CPAC 2014 & commentary upon them:

Day 1: The Crowd
Day 2: The Entrance
Day 3: Dr. Seuss Day 4: Why Sarah Feels Good
Day 5 Playing Prevent

I was at the NRLC conference in New Hampshire today and the subject of winning the argument came up.

Steyn talked about the need to win elections but to win the argument every single day in order to set the stage to win as he put it, winning the argument is necessary before winning elections.

In making that case he talked about the incredible amount of debt that has been built up and what that means, he made the case that in some ways we are already gone far beyond the danger point.

And that the point Sarah Palin made.

It’s important to win elections to make the changes to save the country but one simply can not sit back and let the ship sink to the point where it can’t be salvidged.

The second half of the clip might simply seem like comedy concerning John Kerry’s appearance but again she makes a point while doing so that Democrats have become the political victums of President Obama.

Oddly enough it is something that Maureen Dowd has also noticed:

The state of relations between congressional Democrats and the administration has been deteriorating every week, but now it’s hitting a new bottom — and not only with the extraordinary open feud between the C.I.A. and the Senate intelligence committee. Hill Democrats are seething at Obama, fearing that the onetime messiah is putting them in a slough that will last until — or through — 2016.

Top Democrats who were fans of the president and prone to giving him the benefit of the doubt now say they’ve completely lost confidence in the White House’s ability to advance an agenda and work with them in a way that’s going to give Democrats a fighting chance in November.

Palin’s remarks gave everyone a chuckle but the real joke is on the Democrats who invested their reputations in Barack Obama

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It’s Saturday night and sinking ships is an apt example.

We are about to end our third straight week failing to make the full mortgage/paycheck.

All of this can change if 10 of you kick in $25 or 5 of you kick in $50 in the next few hours.

Thus I’m asking you to hit DaTipJar below.

 

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