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GOP Guv'nors need money, too

One of our CN brethren, Patrick J. Ford of the GW Patriot, (partly) reposts this from Young Americans for Liberty: Palin. Jindal. Crist. Sanford. Pawlenty. Remember where these faux conservatives stood when it counted in 2012. Can the Jindal love finally end now? It can never end — never! When winter comes in summer, when […]

Sarah Palin: Love Lockdown.

Like she does, Nancy Sinatra imparted some wisdom unto us all in 1967: “You only live twice… one life for yourself, and one for your dreams.” Sarah Palin, the conservative folk hero, will live twice. Our current Palin remains raw and imperfect, yet dazzling; the Palin of 2012 could very well be a titan.
Over the weekend, an anonymous McCain campaign staffer derided Palin to Politico’s Ben Smith as “a diva. She takes no advice from anyone…she is playing for her own future and sees herself as the next leader of the party. Remember: divas trust only unto themselves.”
Curiously, Palin has succeeded largely since she reportedly began evading her Bush handlers following the burial of the dead known as the Katie Couric interview. But, more importantly, Junior Mint here fails to recognize one inalienable truth: Sarah Palin is the future of the party.