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Sarah Palin gears up for 2014, Politico “Candidate or Kardashian” narrative hardest hit

Sarah Palin gears up for 2014, Politico “Candidate or Kardashian” narrative hardest hit

Not long ago Politico’s Maggie Haberman ran an anti-Palin opinion piece masquerading as news analysis, Sarah Palin’s next act: Candidate or ‘Kardashian’?

I addressed that false choice in my post, Politico’s next act: Real News Organization or Gawker (no offense to Gawker), noting that Palin had backed numerous successful Republican rising stars:

It’s hard for Politico to fathom, but maybe candidate or Kardashian are not the only options.

Now Palin is back gearing up for 2014 to play a similar role as in 2010 and 2012, getting conservatives elected.  And helping people shake off the malaise.

Video via Breitbart:


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huskers-for-palin | March 27, 2013 at 4:59 pm

Dear Sarah:


That’s her best role… Supporter of the conservative cause.

Palin has a somewhat limited repertoire but she’s very good at what she chooses to do.

2014 may be our last chance to salvage some sanity out of the next four years…

    BannedbytheGuardian in reply to GrumpyOne. | March 27, 2013 at 6:40 pm

    Sarah’s repertoire of Oil $ Gas Commission & the simple matter of Governor are limited?

    Not at all – there are the hot Texan boots , a rather splendid cowgirl belt , hipster denims. & in November , she is gonna own Christmas.

    Beat that Grumpy.

    Juba Doobai! in reply to GrumpyOne. | March 27, 2013 at 10:27 pm

    Limited repertoire?


    PTA member turned board president.

    Mayor who created growth and economic development in her small town.

    Oil and gas commissioner who resigned to fight corruption.

    Whistleblower against corruption and cronyism.

    Governor who created growth in her state.

    Woman who defeated big oil and made sure Alaskans got their share of the state’s oil resources.

    Candidate who brought the ticket more votes than it would’ve won without her.

    Fundraiser for Conservative causes and campaigns.

    Endorser of many victorious GOP candidates at local, state, and federal levels.

    Inspirer of the base.

    Writer of best selling books.

    Solid Christian and pro-lifer.

    Self-sacrificer who put the state before herself and resigned to spare it financial losses caused by endless frivolous Obama-inspired ethics lawsuits.

    If that’s what y call a limited repertoire, would that all our elected repsentatives were so limited.

Palin, as I’ve noted, is a messaging genius, AND a true reformer.

listingstarboard | March 27, 2013 at 6:23 pm

Must admit I got goosebumps watching that video and felt a glimmer hope for the first time in a long time that MAYBE, just maybe we can turn around the country that is headed at ramming speed for Facism and Communism. Say what you want about her–she HAS IT.

Maggie Haberman is a known democrat hatchet girl. And she has a butt the size of Rhode Island.

MaggotAtBroadAndWall | March 27, 2013 at 7:09 pm

“Politico “Candidate or Kardashian” narrative hardest hit”.

I think Karl Rove may not be happy. People have characterized his announced plans for Crossroads in the 2014 cycle as “an incumbent re-election money machine”.

This could be interesting.

Man, she is the real deal

She should run for the Alaska Senate seat.

Henry Hawkins | March 27, 2013 at 8:21 pm

Palin is bigger than Alaska now. She was media-left excoriated in 2008, not for anything she’d done or said really, but for creating a serious threat to Obama, seen by her detractors as the progressive political messiah, to be protected at all costs, including what remained of their credibility as news ‘journalists’.

That was then, this is now, and she does the most she can with what is left her. She does it quite well, too. Having called her the antichrist for five years, there’s nothing more than can do to her, except whine to the choir.

I predict she’s going to play a big, big part in 2014, helping in a major way to return Harry Reid to Minority Leader status. She’s not even running for anything, and she is still a major threat to Obama, who will be moving to full lame duck status in January 2015.

Sarah Palin is a force Liberals recognized as lethal liberal kryptonite.

I can only dream of pissing off as many liberals as she has.

Wm, when oh when will we get back our likes/dislikes button?

The joint is jumping today and there’re thumbs-up worthy comments to be praised.

The usual suspects are chanting “Palin is irrelevant! Palin is irrelevant!“

Maybe if they say it enough times it will come true.

While the left goes after Sarah as being Kardashian like….just a thought. Those Kardashians work hard. They are capitalists, and they work to get their money. Yes, they are in your face alllllll the time, but who is the most like that??? Michelle Obama is the celebrity politician who gets my vote. Who is on every TV show, every channel, every night?? (not Sarah Palin)

To win and then to govern, a political party needs to be more than just a collection of office-holders and fundraisers. It needs theorists, and raconteurs, and like-minded associates at all levels of society.

The GOP needs depth. There are SO MANY slots in that party and its related networks that need filling. Sarah Palin does not need to hold political office to have a huge effect on the next set of elections. I voted for her for VP, and I’d vote for her again, and I’m a Liberal. But she is absolutely phenomenal at effectively making the Conservative contribution (which is always real and relevant) to our national debate. She is also very good at identifying and supporting viable candidates.

I disagree with her on some cultural matters, but I can see that she is principled in the views she holds, smart, and most wonderful of all, a person who reads the document before she comments on its content.

Whatever she does, it will be interesting. And if I get the chance to vote for her, I will do so.

huskers-for-palin | March 28, 2013 at 6:49 pm

On Valerie’s line of thinking…

Thinking POTUS for this or that person is so myopic. It’s not just the CEO, but it’s the CEO’s staff which will often make or break the effort. Think infrastructure.

School Board
County Board
City Council
State legislature
State/County GOP positions
Social Media
Pop culture (actors, writers, producers, directors)

and the list goes on and on.