Skip to comments.Palin to Rubio: 'Hope It Was Worth 30 Pieces of Silver'
Posted on 06/29/2013 8:36:24 PM PDT by Impala64ssa
After reports that President Obama called Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) to congratulate him on the passage of the immigration reform bill in the Senate Rubio did not answer the call former Gov. Sarah Palin (R-AK) blasted Rubio:
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Good for her. Rubio needs to understand exactly what he has done and what it will cost him
He’s got his seat for 4 more years.
I love how she just speaks plain, simple, unvarnished truth - even to someone she supported. Right is Right and Wrong is Wrong and she’s never afraid to call it like she sees it!
I will never, ever vote for Rubio. Nor will I ever support a RINO like McCain or Romney. There must be an option, politically.
However, we must first get the media under control. There is no excuse, ever, for not vetting Obama. There is still so much we do not know. It is important the truth comes out, and the media’s face must be rubbed in it.
I am lovin you Sarah. Keep it up.
Perfectly put too!
that’s the kind of statement you make when walking away, turning your back on that individual forever
looks like more people are starting to understand the depth of the infection that is the progressive infiltration of the GOP
I was kind of hoping she would take a crack at Mark Begich in Alaska for 2014. A Senator Palin would put McLame into a wacko-bird induced coma. Plus, Linseed would spend every Sunday at his bedside reading him stories instead of talking crap on T.V.
I love how she just speaks plain, simple, unvarnished truth - even to someone she supported. Right is Right and Wrong is Wrong and shes never afraid to call it like she sees it!
I concur. She's got more courage and integrity than the Republican party of Washington, D.C. has ever even heard of.
Watch for Rubio to morph into Florida’s Chris Christie. He’ll totally abandon conservatism and either become a liberal Republican or even switch to the Democrat party before he must stand for reelection.
Oooh, that’s gonna leave a mark.
I also remember when she almost beat Frank Murkowski in the primary and people up here wanted her to run as a write in and she refused because she hated the Dems more than lusting for power herself. She didn't want to split the conservative vote and let the Dems waltz in. After Election, Frank tried setting Sarah up to take a fall for all his corruption, ruin her forever; she made a fool of Frank. Then nx election won 60% of the primary vote, Frank got 19%; rest is history. Palin was the best Governor I have ever seen and the only political I'll ever send money to, heck with the Repub scum.
If he’s nefarious rather than just naive, he will switch. He will do so shortly before the elections and for the stated reason that “the GOP is hostile toward people of color,” or some other such rot. I think he got rolled by the RINOs and Rats, actually bought into the idea that they were looking for a way to “solve the problem.” But we will see in a year or so.
Thirty pieces of silver was the price for which Judas Iscariot betrayed Jesus, according to an account in the Gospel of Matthew 26:15 in the New Testament. Before the Last Supper, Judas is said to have gone to the chief priests and agreed to hand over Jesus in exchange for 30 silver coins, and to have returned the money afterwards, filled with remorse.
I read somewhere Alan West is going to look at a primary challenge to Rubio.
She is still a lone voice in the wild.
Now, if I could figure the difference between her ‘new’ party and the Constitutional/Libertarian (as if there was a need to create a new split in the caucus)...
Sorry, but I’ll wait to see what the platform entails. So far the (L) Party encompasses what the Constitution truly means (aside from some differences). I don’t need a new party to try to redefine what Freedom and Liberty mean.
Well said, Sarah!
Agreed. I believe Sarah is one of the few politicians left on this planet who believes in right and wrong. Rubio is corrupt goods, as is ANYONE who still supports him.
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