Quotes From Glenn Beck, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, Sarah Palin And Rush Limbaugh About War With Syria

Sarah PalinRight now, top conservatives such as Glenn Beck, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, Sarah Palin, Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh and Matt Drudge are all trying to warn us about the foolishness of the Obama administration’s rush to go to war with Syria.  Many prominent conservatives are absolutely disgusted that the U.S. military would be fighting on the side of al-Qaeda if we intervene in Syria, and some of them are even warning that striking Syria could lead to World War III.  Over the past couple of decades, conservatives have generally been the most eager to support going to war, but this time is very different.  This time, many of the most well-known conservatives are urging us to stay out of Syria.  The following are 12 quotes from some of the top conservative voices in the country about the upcoming war in Syria that should send a chill down your spine… (Read More...)

Will Pam Bondi Be The Next Vice President Of The United States? 8 Reasons Why It Might Actually Happen

Could it actually be possible that Mitt Romney is considering selecting Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi as his running mate?  Most Americans have never even heard of her, but there are now indications that she has made the short list of VP contenders.  Over the weekend she traveled up to New Hampshire to campaign for Romney, and Republican activists all over the country are buzzing about the fact that her name is seemingly being “floated” at a stage when it seemed like the list of VP hopefuls was being narrowed down.  So what do we know about Bondi?  Well, she is 46 years old, she is very accomplished, she is both articulate and attractive, and she was the lead attorney general in a national lawsuit against Obamacare.  But would Romney actually risk selecting a woman as his running mate just four years after there was so much criticism of Sarah Palin?  Everyone has just sort of assumed that there was very little chance that a woman would be selected, but the truth is that the selection of a woman is much more of a possibility than most Americans might think. (Read More...)

Is Sarah Palin’s Political Career Almost Over?

In the United States today, perhaps only Barack Obama is more of a polarizing political figure than Sarah Palin is.  When it comes to Sarah Palin, the vast majority of Americans seem to either absolutely love her or absolutely hate her.  Unfortunately, the number of Americans that can’t stand her seems to be increasing, and this is really bad news for Palin as she considers making a run for the White House in 2012.  A staggering 59 percent of the respondents to a recent Washington Post/ABC News poll said that they would not even consider voting for Sarah Palin in 2012.  The same poll found that just 8 percent of registered voters said that they would “definitely” vote for Palin and 31 percent of registered voters said that they would possibly consider voting for Palin.  Those are really, really dismal numbers.  Sarah Palin has tried to cast herself as the leader of the Tea Party movement, but right now it is just not working.  In fact, it seems that Palin can’t do much of anything right lately.  At one time Sarah Palin was considered the clear front-runner for the Republican nomination in 2012, but now all that is ancient history. (Read More...)

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