Monday, June 06, 2011

Experts back Sarah Palin’s historical account


LA Times Top of the Ticket: You know how Sarah Palin said Paul Revere warned the British? Well, he did. Now, who looks stupid?

Well, we know leftists don't know much about history--they keep repeating the mistakes of the past. Nor do they appreciate the enduring legacy of the Founders.

Palin the Undefeated:)

P.S. Geraghty with a review of the upcoming movie. :) More here.
WaPo on conservative women enthusiastic about Bachmann, Palin, via Lucianne (interesting comment thread). And take a read--The Truth about Sarah Palin and 'Independent' Voters.

Where's Sarah today? Stay tuned.

P.S. Star Parker:
These pundits will explain why the more unconventional stated and potential candidates in the Republican field -- Herman Cain, Sarah Palin or Michele Bachmann -- don't have a chance and why we should expect Mitt Romney, Tim Pawlenty or Jon Huntsman.

But going into the Republican convention in Chicago in 1860, the expected candidate to grab the nomination was Sen. William H. Seward, who was a former governor of New York.

But emerging victorious on the third ballot at the convention was a gangly country lawyer, whose only previous experience in national office was one term in the U.S. Congress, to which he was elected 14 years earlier.
Who will be the real heir to Honest Abe, mmm, mmm, mmm. And will it go to the convention? :)

P.P.S. And in another nod to history, let's give credit where it's due. Seward is most known now for his strategic vision in buying Alaska from Russia--derided at the time by some as folly:)

Related post: Women take the long view, drop O in droves

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