Friday, June 11, 2010

Super Tuesday results show that the "establishment" Republicans better start taking notice of Governor Palin

Super Tuesday show that the "establishment" Republicans better start taking notice of Governor Palin and her powerful voice in influencing the Republican Electorate. Governor Palin's endorsements of Carly Fiorina, Nikki Haley and Terry Branstad helped them win their primary or move into a run off .

I saw this interview (linked below) over at one of my favorite sites, It shows Governor Palin to be humble and trying not make a lot out of her endorsement. Clearly those endorsements made the biggest difference in these races but Governor Palin humility prevents her from being a glory hound. How refreshing is that?

Watch the interview: Governor Palin On Hannity Reacts To Super Tuesday Results

I also read this article "Palin's backing pays off for pals" at POLITICO, that shows Governor Palin's endorsements paid off. The best thing in this whole process is the endorsed candidates know what put them over the top and don't mind giving credit where credit is due.
From the above article;
"Her decision to get - and stay - involved in the race here in South Carolina was a huge boon to our campaign, because it caused a lot of South Carolinians to take a second look at a rising in the polls but once-little known state legislator who was fighting to give them back their government,” Haley spokesman Tim Pearson said of Palin.

And this as well;
“Governor Palin’s endorsement was integral to the success of our campaign,” Fiorina spokeswoman Julie Soderlund told POLITICO. “She provides the ‘good housekeeping seal of approval’ for conservative, outsider candidates. After earning her endorsement we saw an immediate spike in support for Carly amongst conservatives, who represent the vast majority of Republican primary voters.”

Earlier I mentioned PalinTV. Well here is a clip I saw over there of Nikki Haley talking about the Governor endorsement.

SO Republican Establishment take notice and give credit where credit is due. I won't even ask the lefties to give credit where due because their hatred of the Governor is too deep for them to see the light. Former Governor Sarah Palin is the new voice of Conservatism!

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