The beautiful and bold, Sarah Palin has rooted for Joe Miller as a senator from Alaska in the next race for governmental privilege.
Sarah Palin has put her weight behind Joe Miller who is a tea party member. According to her Facebook message the existing state of affairs had to be done way with.
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She said that in the state of Alaska, the only man who was capable of fighting the system was Joe Miller. Palin emphasized that he had the wisdom and courage not to mention wits to battle the forces that are entrenched and just wouldn’t renege from ruling.
She was dead against the liberal chokehold that had become the hallmark of congress. Palin used to be governor of Alaska and also supported Miller about four years back.
The competition is tough and the stakes are set for whosoever has the guts to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat. The basic plan is to throw a spanner into the works that Obamanomics has wrought in the United States.
In order to defend freedom, candidates such as Joe who are instinctual fighters were being sent into the ballot territory. Joe Miller is more of a devil’s advocate and he is there for the common man.
Several big guns are contesting the senate seat. Let’s see who wins out in the end. The fact that Miller is a darling of the hoi polloi means that he stands a chance despite the position he is in currently.
Miller is way behind the others. On the other hand, Sarah Palin has a history of drunken rants that may even have cost presidential candidate John McCain the race.
Recently, she appeared on television and appeared to be thoroughly pickled. Her behavior was all loose and she was slurring her words. As for her speech it was confused and nonsensical not to mention incoherent.
She took off on wild tangents and blamed liberals and President Obama for everything from fast food restaurants to the killing of people in the streets.
With Palin’s reputation going down the drain, one can only make a conjecture as to how the man she is bolstering will make it to the senate.