Saturday, October 30, 2010

Palin stumps for Raese in West Virginia/Robo-calls go out to 8.5 million households

Sarah Palin and Ted Nugent attended a rally in Charleston, West Virginia for Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate, John Raese. The rally drew 2,700 people, despite being finalized less than 24 hours prior to the event.

"Of course a lot of the eyes of America will be on West Virginia and find out hopefully the night of November second we are going to get to turn the nation around as lead by someone like John Raese," Palin said.

"I was going to be the Orkin man for the Democrats. I say we fumigate Washington because there are too many varmints up there," says rock legend and political activist Ted Nugent who also fired up the crowd of more than 2,700.
Palin and Raese also made a surprise appearance at a Tea Party Express rally in Wheeling, WV. Here's the video of her remarks:

Palin will reportedly join the Tea Party Express for a rally in Wilmington, DE tomorrow.

If you're in one of 56 congressional districts, or 14 states targeted by Ralph Reed's Faith & Freedom Coalition, you may be getting a phone call from Sarah Palin.
Ralph Reed's Faith & Freedom Coalition is sending a Sarah Palin GOTV robo call to 8.5million social conservative households this weekend across 56 congressional districts and in 14 states with competitive Senate and gubernatorial races, POLITICO has learned. The largest call universes are in battleground states Ohio, Pennsylvania, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Washington, Nevada and Wisconsin.
She also recorded robo-calls for Renee Elmers and Steven Palazzo.

When does this woman sleep?


Bill589 said...

Way too many varmints in D.C.

Neither Sarah nor Mitt have done much sleeping lately. Both are giving their all to save our liberties from Obama’s progressivism. God bless both of them.

Anonymous said...

karen says...,

I agree Bill. Both Romney and Palin are busting their chops to clean house in DC. Where is Huckabee in all this? I know he's speaking at church and religious functions, but is that it? He is very disapointing lately.

phil said...

I think Palin is a good person and she and Mitt get along. I don't believe she's quite ready yet but serving 8 years as Romney's VP, certainly would help.