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Well, like it or not, it looks like the GOP has got its man.

Democrats, on the other hand…

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Apparently Sarah Palin has now become the advance attack-dog for the Trump campaign, and is apparently taking to the job with gusto.

She’s been tasked with hoisting the flag to defeat Paul Ryan in the Wisconsin congressional primary scheduled for August 9, 2016, and is actively supporting Paul Nehlen, due to Ryan’s tepid comments so far on Trump support regarding the fact that he was “just not ready to do that at this point. I’m not there right now.”

If Palin goes all-in and loses this fight to unseat Speaker Ryan, I think she’s done as a national figure in terms of influence.

    Ragspierre in reply to Chuck Skinner. | May 8, 2016 at 10:10 am

    She’s already done as far as I’m concerned. She simply sold out. I hate it, don’t understand it, but there it is.

      kenoshamarge in reply to Ragspierre. | May 8, 2016 at 10:47 am

      I live in Ryan’s district and I don’t think Nehlen has a chance. I had considered voting for him until he started lecturing about us getting behind Trump. Now he isn’t getting my vote. Perhaps leave that section of the ballot blank and vote Libertarian at the top.

      Long time til November but I am sure that I will still be #NeverTrump by then.

      I haven’t understood it either. Originally Palin was a Conservative with an eye toward resource development and limited federal government involvement in state issues.

      I think she was somewhat corrupted by the McCain ticket, where she was leaned on to be less Conservative in favor of McCain’s RINO-ism.

      Since that time, it seems she’s traded even that watered-down Conservatism for for mere populist rhetoric and the ability to stand in front of the crowd with a big microphone and basically shout platitudes without substance.

      Her fall from grace will be complete if Trump loses to Sec. Clinton.

Palin has some following, but no future in politics. But her attack on Ryan is only partly about Trump; it highlights Ryan’s leadership as he arranged to do away with the debt ceiling and the omni-busting bill destroying any hope for fiscal restraint. He is just part of the traitorous GoPe elite.

This thought alone will sustain me after the disappointing suspension of Cruz’s campaign:

Without President Trump, there is no Justice Cruz.

    conservative tarheel in reply to Redneck Law. | May 8, 2016 at 8:16 pm

    there is no Justice Cruz anyway ….
    Trump will not nominate someone that will oppose
    may of the things Trump wants.

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