Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Another Win for the Forgotten Americans

While the liberal media,the democrat and GOP elite, have been worrying about the 7% who care about Obamas evolution on gay marriage the common man/woman has been busy trying to take back the country.

Palin Effect: Fischer Wins Nebraska Primary
Just two weeks ago, the battle for the GOP nomination for the U.S. Senate seat in Nebraska was between state Attorney General Jim Bruning and state Treasurer Don Stenburg. Neither inspired the growing base of conservative voters. They were, to be charitable, standard conservative-ish career politicians. Mama Grizzly Sarah Palin shook up the race with a late endorsement of state Senator Debby Fischer. It made all the difference.
I follow politics very closely, yet I hadn't heard of the Fischer candidacy until Palin's endorsement. National tea party groups like FreedomWorks had put all their resources behind Stenburg, with nary a thought about Fischer. A good reminder that these groups aren't as plugged into the grassroots as they like to claim.
A wind of change is blowing through the nation. Fischer's nomination tells us that voters are rejecting the tired 'politics as usual' messaging of most candidates. Be fearless. Have courage. Stand for something.
A "wind of change indeed", no one believed that this candidate had a chance, she was ignored by the established RINO power brokers of the republican party and left with minuscule resources until Sarah Palin mentioned her name.
The conservatives then rejected the squishy offering of the spineless GOP and made a choice for change.
If the republicans want to hold influence then they are the ones who need to evolve.

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