Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page last evening:
Congratulations to the recent victorious primary election campaigns. We trust you’re rested up because America needs you to put shoulder to the grindstone as time marches toward this fall’s general election. Our nation’s future depends on a conservative agenda that lets freedom flourish and industry thrive with American workers again.
We need a united front to combat the egregious agenda under which our economy, security, and freedoms now suffer. It’s only by banding together to push conservatives across the finish line that America can recover. How to do it? Focus. Keep your eye on the ball. Remember the real threat to our country’s solvency and sovereignty is the liberal pro-Obama candidates we’ll face this fall.
A special thanks tonight to Georgia senate candidate Karen Handel for having the courage to jump into the ring and…
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Democrat and “American Idol” runner-up Clay Aiken is running to unseat Rep. Renee Ellmers in North Carolina’s 2nd congressional district and has also scrubbed his Twitter account of his public desire to punch conservative columnist Ann Coulter in the face.
“Anyone else watching Piers Morgan want to punch Ann Coulter in the face,” Aiken wrote in a tweet in October of 2012.
SooperMexican, who reconstructed and posted the tweet, writes:
It’s so funny how liberals look the other way when a Democrat is caught advocating violence on women that I thought I’d give them another chance to show their hypocrisy by uncovering a deleted tweet from their favorite congressional candidate in North Carolina – Clay Aiken!
Thus far, I’ve seen nothing in the mainstream media about Aiken’s desire to assault a woman. SooperMexican also points out that when BuzzFeed reconstructed Aiken’s deleted tweets, somehow the left-wing outlet missed the Coulter…
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Howard Dean, who is still alive, told attendees at a fundraiser for a Democratic congressional hopeful that Republicans “are not American” and would “be more comfortable in the Ukraine or Russia.” He also screamed that GOP supporters should “stay away from our country.”
Dean, a former Vermont governor, a former Democratic National Committee chairman and a 2004 presidential candidate, made the statements last week in a fit of zeal as he was speaking in support of Colorado 6th Congressional District candidate Andrew Romanoff.
“This is a Republican party that has decided they like power so much that they think it’s okay to win by taking away the right to vote,” Dean told the gathered assembly of 750 people at Dora’s Mexican Restaurant in Aurora, Colo.
“They are not American,” he bellowed. “They could be more comfortable in the Ukraine or Russia but stay away from our country. This is based…
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