We are in the last 48 hours of mid-term elections and Politico comes out with a piece on how the Republicans are gearing up for their next "urgent task." Their task, as they see it, is to "begin in earnest as soon as the elections are over: Stop Sarah Palin." Really?
There are a number of things suspect about this. Most importantly is the timing. The idea that this is being floated now is bound to be tied in to the thought of depressing the Tea Party voters. So many elections are so close that the both sides are doubling down. For the Democrats, unfortunately, that can result in voter fraud tweaks, suspect get-out-the-vote promotions, and, of course, planted stories. Whoever let this trial balloon loose simply wants to try to tap into the rage of many conservative voters and ramp their ire up to the point where they do nothing. This is not what is important right now. That's another fight for another day--if it's a fight at all. What's important is for conservatives, Republicans, and Tea Partiers to stay focused and storm the ballot boxes to take back this country the American way. VOTE!
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