Sarah Palin Endorses Donald Trump For President

Sarah Palin Endorses Donald Trump For President

I’m very disappointed in Sarah. I wrote my thoughts on the subject here.

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  1. Mike McReynolds says:

    Many are disappointed. Add me to that list.

  2. Cheryl Dee says:

    I’m shaking my head. I was a big defender of her. Now I’ve lost all respect. As you said Alexis, for her and all the other conservative sites that are supporting him.

  3. Char in ND says:

    The status quo has got to go!” Palin said last night in Tulsa.

    Please. Trump has been an insider for decades – he has contributed to, been a part of and helped maintain the status quo much the same as the politicians Palin and Trump are railing against. Yes, the politicians hold elected positions, but Trump holds a position too – a quote by Bob Dole sums up nicely why the establishment wing of the GOP can accept Trump (and not Cruz): “he’s kind of a deal-maker.”

    He’s a quintessential insider running as an outsider. And a liar. “Not much different than Hillary Clinton, really…” Really, Donald?

    The thing that bothers me most about Palin’s endorsement of Trump is his position regarding abortion. I never thought Palin would compromise on the pro-life issue, not ever. I was wrong. Apparently she is willing to compromise on quite a few of what I thought were her principles.

    If the next president is elected and we have all put our principles aside to do it, will it be worth it? What will it mean? This country is in very deep trouble.

  4. Robert Pilchman says:

    To give Sarah Palin the benefit of the doubt (which she has earned), I think she believes that Donald Trump has evolved enough such that the best chances for Restoration is by supporting him. Unfortunately, it sad to see that this wonderful patriot is not only taking flak from the left but from those who call themselves conservative. Well Ted Cruz is fond of the statement “If you’re not taking flak, you’re not over the target”. By the way, there is a video clip in which Ted Cruz apparently said ‘I’m a Christian first, I’m an American second, I’m a conservative third and I’m a Republican fourth’ (— accessed between approximately 12:55 and 13:03 at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NXeVPyvqPqw (“Donald J Trump One On One with Don Lemon on CNN TONIGHT Full Interview Wednesday, January 20, 2016”)) ( http://www.bostonherald.com/news/us_politics/2016/01/ted_cruz_rips_rivals_touts_his_conservative_creed ); is it appropriate to vote for someone to become President of the United States who claims to give precedence to his religion over being an American? Is this characteristic of not being a “natural born American” (as elucidated in
    https://queenofliberty.com/2016/01/06/cruz-is-a-natural-born-citizen-brush-off-the-birthers/ )?

  5. iamyournot says:

    This must be a mass nightmare, Donald Trump being the front running Republican candidate, and now Sara Palin Endorsing Trump. I hope we wake up soon.

  6. Robert Pilchman says:

    To give Sarah Palin the benefit of the doubt (which she has earned), I think she believes that Donald Trump has evolved enough such that the best chances for Restoration is by supporting him. Unfortunately, it is sad to see that this wonderful patriot is not only taking flak from the left but from those who call themselves conservative. Well Ted Cruz is fond of the statement “If you’re not taking flak, you’re not over the target”. By the way, there is a video clip in which Ted Cruz apparently said ‘I’m a Christian first, I’m an American second, I’m a conservative third and I’m a Republican fourth’ (— accessed between approximately 12:55 and 13:03 at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NXeVPyvqPqw (“Donald J Trump One On One with Don Lemon on CNN TONIGHT Full Interview Wednesday, January 20, 2016”)) (http://www.bostonherald.com/news/us_politics/2016/01/ted_cruz_rips_rivals_touts_his_conservative_creed ); is it appropriate to vote for someone to become President of the United States who claims to give precedence to his religion over being an American? (ps QOL – I just checked and two of my comments are not currently displayed (#comment-51156 and #comment-51174) but #comment-51183 is posted; are there any guidelines I should know about? By the way, if you approve this comment then #comment-51174 would be basically redundant … — Thanks, RP)

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