Palin: 'Competition Elevates Our Game. Competition [Will Lead] Us to Victory in 2012.'
5:59 PM, Feb 11, 2012 • By DANIEL HALPER
In an interview with the New York Times, Sarah Palin had this to say about the possibility of a brokered Republican convention:
Palin expanded on this theme in her prepared remarks given before an enthusiastic CPAC crowd:
Similarly, here's the boss, writing in the latest issue of THE WEEKLY STANDARD:
"In short, GOP voters feel free to believe that the long and winding road on which they have embarked will more likely lead to the doors of the White House than would a short, straight, pundit-sanctioned path...
"Who would be better at preserving our freedoms and strengthening a free society? Republican primary voters haven’t yet decided. And why should they have? None of the candidates has yet earned the nomination. The good news after last Tuesday is that the race won’t end prematurely. And we remain confident that Republican voters will reward the candidate—Mitt Romney or Rick Santorum or someone else—who most boldly and seriously addresses these issues.
"We trust that the long and winding Republican road will produce, in Tampa in late August, a nominee stronger for the trek he had to endure. And we trust that road will lead, on November 6, to its ultimate destination—a new man in the White House, and a new birth of freedom in America."
It's good to see Palin channeling the boss. It's only too bad she didn't break into "The Long and Winding Road."