11/01/2010 – Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin Endorses Tom Tancredo for Governor
Palin: “Tom is the right man for the job”
GREENWOOD VILLAGE, CO—Former Alaska Mayor and Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin today released a message endorsing Tom Tancredo for Governor of Colorado.
In the message, which will be dialed to Colorado voters, Palin urged Coloradans to vote Tom Tancredo for Governor, calling him “the right man for the job.”
A script of the call is below.
Hi, this is Governor Sarah Palin. I’m calling to ask that you and your neighbors vote for Tom Tancredo to be the next Governor of Colorado on Tuesday. Tom is the right man for the job and he’ll fight for lower taxes, he’ll stop growing government, and start growing the economy. And we know he’ll continue working to end illegal immigration. Please vote for Tancredo on Tuesday. Thank you.
This message has been paid for and authorized by Tancredo for Governor.
Meanwhile, over in Pennsylvania, Joe Sestak, Democratic Party candidate for US Senator is attempting to use Sarah Palin as an albatross hung from the neck of GOP candidate, Pat Toomey. In real life, albatrosses are known for their ability to soar high in the sky, through various currents of wind, selecting the ones most beneficial for their glide paths.
But the Marxstream media and the corrupt Democratic Party combine their efforts, flailing away on a lower plane. This through Yahoo, in “Democrats’ Last Hope: Sarah Palin,” dated October 31:
Democrats in Pennsylvania have started running their own ad tying former Rep. Pat Toomey (R) to Palin, and the party believes it’s been an effective message. Rep. Joe Sestak’s (D) campaign is running ads associating Toomey and Palin in the Philadelphia media market. Independent voters in the four counties that surround Philadelphia, the so-called Collar Counties, are home to hundreds of thousands of independent swing voters who will decide the race; Democrats say Sestak’s ad has helped him in private polls.
Republicans, on the other hand, deny tying Palin to their contenders will make a difference. “I think it’s ridiculous,” said Nachama Soloveichik, Toomey’s communications director. “I think it’s Sestak trying to run away from his own record of voting with [House Speaker} Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) nearly 100 percent of the time.”
“Hail Marys rarely work. That’s why they’re called Hail Marys. And it’s not going to work this time,” Soloveichik said. “Sarah Palin’s not on the ballot. People aren’t thinking about her. They’re thinking about what’s been going on in Washington and everything that Sestak has voted for.”
“I just flew in from Philadelphia — and wow, are my arms tired!”