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Slapper

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Trump is picking up an endorsement tonight - SARAH PALIN!!! Wow - it's a lock now!
bluedog

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[rofl]         I don't think even Palin can sink him!


But, it will be interesting to see the feedback on this one.....I wouldn't have done it!
pabar61

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"I can see Donald's hair from my back porch!"
Slapper

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He did need some help with "family values" [wink] (p.s. - her son just got arrested for domestic abuse)
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I could have her around the house to look at, but I'd have to do it with earplugs in.

If anyone can't see this is one attention hound hooking their wagon to another attention hound's wagon, then they're blind.
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Sarah Palin endorsement was Trumps way of giving Ted Cruz the finger since Ted figured the darling of the tea party would ensdorse him and his canadian values.
Son arrested for domestic abuse 3 weeks after daughter Bristol has 2nd baby out of wedlock while spokesperson for abstinence. 

Trump gets her fan base and followers (and her political kiss of death to anyone she attaches to)
Palin is brilliant (for marketing herself but not politics). Like her as an entertainer.
Trump is brilliant (for marketing pageants, boxing, sporting events, running casinos, and doing reality shows...but not politics). 

Fiorina's campaign just took another major blow---trump endorsed by Palin. Sarah just stepped past Fiorina to kiss the ring and get her spot in the trump cabinet.


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bluedog

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Sarah Palin endorsement was Trumps way of giving Ted Cruz the finger since Ted figured the darling of the tea party would ensdorse him and his canadian values.


That's how I see it, also......I think Trump is doing a good job of spinning it, though......He's saying he didn't discuss a job with Palin......
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Great article on the oddity of this endorsement given Trump is pretty much a big-government, establishment guy.

https://www.conservativereview.com/commentary/2016/01/what-has-sarah-palin-done-for-donald-trump

I think this endorsement will end up being a net negative for Trump.
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That article is just the establishment Republican party attacking Trump.......That just makes Trump even more popular.......

While I'm not crazy 'bout Palin, Trump is spinning it into a positive.......He really is teflon Trump...... [smile]
steelman

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Actually he is the new "Teflon Don".
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pabar61

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Bluedog - you clearly didn't read the article.  That's okay.
bluedog

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Pabar, I don't like to read.....After all, I might learn something......
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Sarah just stepped past Fiorina to kiss the ring and get her spot in the trump cabinet.


If that's not the best reason to not vote for Trump, I don't know what is.....

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Great article on the oddity of this endorsement given Trump is pretty much a big-government, establishment guy.

https://www.conservativereview.com/commentary/2016/01/what-has-sarah-palin-done-for-donald-trump

I think this endorsement will end up being a net negative for Trump.

Funny, I had the same reaction - how much is he paying her?

I found it a little odd Trump was standing on stage with her while she spoke. I expect he's going to keep her on a short leash.

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Sarah Palin endorsement was Trumps way of giving Ted Cruz the finger since...

her endorsement of Cruz in 2012 helped him win.
bluedog

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The jacket Palin wore retails for $695.......
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I found it a little odd Trump was standing on stage with her while she spoke. I expect he's going to keep her on a short leash.


She was able to do what no one else has been to do and that was get him off message.  She was noticeably absent from an event this morning where it was announced she would attend.
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He looked so awkward -

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He looks like he's trying to hold in a bout with explosive diarrhea.
DietCoke

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[stupid-january-20-2016]
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More New York values?
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Well she was back in Oklahoma with Trump, still not quite sure what I think about the two of them on stage together.  Just when I was warming up to Trump he has to go and do this!
Slapper

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Interesting evaluation of Cruz - before he was running:

Madeline Meyer: My encounters with Ted Cruz http://dmreg.co/1RA1TjA via @DMRegister
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He looks like he's trying to hold in a bout with explosive diarrhea


I was thinking 'bout the same!  
DietCoke

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The jacket Palin wore retails for $695.......


One article said it made her look like a disco ball hedgehog.... [rofl]

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Kardashian mentality, what are they wearing and how much did it cost and how big was her ass. Trump is done, he's a circus side show. I'm more interested in hearing how libtards talk about issues when talking about Cruz. Slapper can't
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Slapper

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kir - I know how I feel about Cruz - tell me why he is so much better than any other candidate. The comments made in the article I linked are from a Republican student who had first-hand interactions with him. Her observations, her opinions. It shows that maybe Trump was right - nobody likes him. He is not a leader, just a loud-mouthed bully who panders to whoever happens to be in front of him. He is supposedly a STRICT Constitutionalist but seems have a liberal interpretation of "natural born citizen" - unless he of course is perpetuating the lie that Obama was not born in the U.S. Tell me again why Rafael is so great?
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I read her article you linked, it was actually a waste of my time. I won't get caught doing that again. She just seemed butt hurt because she sat in the wrong seat and felt embarrassed about it and had to castigate and disparage someone beside her own dumbass. Worthless
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He's saying he didn't discuss a job with Palin......


On the Today show Trump said there would be a roll for Palin in his administration if she wants it. Trump is starting to learn the game!
bluedog

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I remember Trump early in his campaign saying Palin may be offered a job in his administration........


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Donald Trump has successfully pushed away many of his fellow Republicans with his personal attacks, but, if elected president in 2016, he will have to form a cabinet of allies.

When asked in an interview on Sarah Palin’s Mama Grizz Radio’s “The Palin Update” Monday as to whether he’d, as president, seek advice from the former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, or offer her a position in his cabinet, Trump said, “I’d love that.”

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On the Today show Trump said there would be a roll for Palin in his administration if she wants it. Trump is starting to learn the game!


With Trump, that's probably a "roll" in the hay......

Oh, you meant a role in Trump's administration.  Remember when she said she wanted to be Trump's secretary of energy???

http://thinkprogress.org/politics/2016/01/19/3740724/sarah-palin-donald-trump-endorsement/

What an idiot she is.

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