Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Palin Reportedly Will Fly To New Hampshire Following Iowa Tea Party Rally

Craig Robinson from The Iowa Republican reports:
High level Iowa Republicans tell TheIowaRepublican.com that Sarah Palin will fly to New Hampshire following her September 3rd appearance in central Iowa.

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The news that Palin is New Hampshire bound after her Iowa speech will only add to the speculation that she may be entering the Republican presidential field.


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26 comments:

TexasConservative said...

Isn't Romney giving his economic speech from New Hampshire?

So either Palin is heading Mitt's way to provide support for his candidacy or she is trying to take the spotlight away from him again.

Which one do you think it is?

Anonymous said...

She's just going there to apologize for not running.

DanL said...

I ate some tuna for dinner tonight, but didn't think it was interesting enough to write about.

Right Wingnut said...

@SarahPalinUSA will give brief remarks at a Tea Party Express rally in Manchester, NH on Mon, group confirms

That is the event Mitt is going to. Ha Ha Ha!

Right Wingnut said...

None of this has been confirmed by SarahPac though.

BOSMAN said...

He's unavailing his Jobs plan in Nevada on the 6th.

The day after the DeMint forum.

Right Wingnut said...

Tea Party Express confirmed it via twitter.

OurCountryPAC
Tea Party Express SARAH PALIN will join Tea Party Express rally Monday in Manchester, NH! #tcot #teaparty #tpdebate


http://twitter.com/#!/OurCountryPAC/status/108717511641530368

Right Wingnut said...

From Politico:

After Romney confirms, Palin is also announced for Tea Party Express
By MAGGIE HABERMAN | 8/30/11 9:42 PM EDT
Craig Robinson heard correctly - Sarah Palin will indeed head to New Hampshire, appearing at a Tea Party Express event in Manchester on Monday, the group announced tonight.

She will give "brief remarks," according to a statement.

As it happens, that was several hours after it was revealed that Mitt Romney will attend a Tea Party Express event in Rollins Park, N.H. this weekend.

It's the second time Palin has been announced for a Granite State event after Romney's plans in the state were made public, the first coming during his announcement event in June.

Right Wingnut said...

They're appearing at different rallys.

Right Wingnut said...

I ate some tuna for dinner tonight, but didn't think it was interesting enough to write about. - Dan

Race has a story about Gene Simmons endorsing Rick Perry. Perhaps you would find that more interesting. ;)

Anonymous said...

Ha ha, hee hee. Go Sarah. I hope this means she's running.

But if she thinks the way to run her campaign is to follow Romney around, she's not as bright as her supporters seem to think she is.

-Martha

BOSMAN said...

I'd love to see Perry's face if she decides to run.

I think a large part of Perry's support are Palin supporters who got tired of waiting.

If she jumps in....with ALL HIS CRAP coming out, they'll come back to her and his demise will come much quicker than if she doesn't.

Right Wingnut said...

@shushwalshe
Shushannah Walshe SarahPAC confirms that Palin will speak at the Tea Party Express event in NH on Labor Day.

DanL said...

In all seriousness I would cheer and cheer and cheer a Palin entry.

And Gene Simmons is one specimen of sub humanity that I would prefer to never see.

Right Wingnut said...

Romney switches to Concord TPE event, Sunday night.

http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2011/08/30/romney-campaign-reverses-switches-course-on-two-conservative-events/

Anonymous said...

Amy Kremer, fake tea party 'leader' who you might remember told you all that you would have to support ROMNEY, is coming on the fake tea party bus from FreedomWorks a GOP PAC, to get your email addresses and sell you something. http://unionleader.com/article/20110830/NEWS0605/110609989

Mitt, Trickster and Palin should just stay home because NH hates them all... fake conservtives.. NOT TEA PARTY. Palin won't even touch the REAL tea party which is at www.nhteapartycoalition.org

Right Wingnut said...

Ahhhh...

A mystery has been solved. One of our resident trolls is a PauLITE.

Anonymous said...

Thank goodness Palin is not trying to still Romney's thunder again.

Anonymous said...

Interesting development. She will fly to NH following her Iowa speech and give "brief remarks" at the Tea Party rally in Manchester...I hope they aren't too brief.

I also read that she will continue on with the TP Express for the remainder of their tour ending up at the Cnn/Te Party Express Debate. There was no indication that she will participate in the debate or even attend it but supposedly she will be with the tour until the day of the debate?

Interesting developments.

jerseyrepublican

Anonymous said...

Why?

Right Wingnut said...

JR, the last part of your comment is just speculation on the part of Allahpundit.

Ohio JOE said...

"I ate some tuna for dinner tonight, but didn't think it was interesting enough to write about." Oh please!

Anonymous said...

Except now she's having a little hissy fit because O'Donnell was re-invited after being dis-invited. http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0811/62408.html

Ohio JOE said...

So either Ellie and Pollman like to quote a bogus article from politico.

Right Wingnut said...

shushwalshe
RT @globeglen: RT @FixAaron: Wow. FreedomWorks pulling out of Tea Party Express tour over speeches by Romney and Orrin Hatch.
http://twitter.com/#!/shushwal...

Anonymous said...

Interesting insight on Crow's support of Perry...



"As I jumped in my car yesterday and headed home from work, I immediately
recognized the raspy, Texas-seasoned voice coming across Newsradio 1040 WHO. It
was Ken Crow, founder of Tea Party of America, the organization sponsoring this
weekend’s “Restoring America Event,” which will feature former Alaska Governor
and 2008 Vice Presidential nominee Sarah Palin."

“I love Sarah Palin,” Crow told me, “but I know for a fact she ain’t gonna run

http://theiowarepublican.com/2...

"As I jumped in my car yesterday and headed home from work, I immediately
recognized the raspy, Texas-seasoned voice coming across Newsradio 1040 WHO. It
was Ken Crow, founder of Tea Party of America, the organization sponsoring this
weekend’s “Restoring America Event,” which will feature former Alaska Governor
and 2008 Vice Presidential nominee Sarah Palin."

“I love Sarah Palin,” Crow told me, “but I know for a fact she ain’t gonna run.”