November 10, 2009

The Left is attempting to divide the Huckabee/Palin Camps

This article is attempting to put a divide between the Huckabee/Palin electorate.  The writer has cleverly left you with the impression that this Kelly is a Huckabee supporter, when in truth he is as written, quote:  Kelley, a native of Kenosha, Wis., describes himself as a political independent with liberal views on some issues.  Kelley's last statement of supporting the Democrat Health Care Bill is proof of him being a leftist and not a Palin/Huckabee supporter.
Truth be told, the united force of the Conservatives of the GOP party has them big government Nationalists quaking in both parties and they are trying to fracture it.  Let's keep centered on the Quest of electing true Constitutional conservatives in 2010, one election at a time.  I myself am likening Huckabee*Palin in 2012, Palin*Rubio in 2020, but we must continue to encourage those who have in the past held the view that there is not any difference in parties to choose from.  We now have!
R. George Dunn

A week before Grand Rapids visits, Mike Huckabee complains of double standard in his national coverage vs. Sarah Palin's; Kuyper student plans Palin protest

By Jeff Cranson | The Grand Rapids Press

Just days before back-to-back book tour stops in Grand Rapids, a rivalry is building between 2012 presidential wannabees Mike Huckabee and Sarah Palin.

At the same time, a student at the conservative, Grand Rapids-based Kuyper College has begun efforts to protest Palin's visit.

Huckabee, former governor of Arkansas and the leader in early polls surveying the GOP presidential field, complained to Politico of a double standard in media coverage....

...Huckabee will sign books in Grand Rapids Nov. 17. Palin will begin her book tour here the next day, Nov. 18.

Kuyper student Matthew Kelley, 21, says he has commitments from about 20 people to protest near the corner of East Beltline Avenue and 28th Street before Palin's stop at Barnes and Noble at the Woodland Mall.

Kelley, a native of Kenosha, Wis., describes himself as a political independent with liberal views on some issues. He's protesting former Gov. Palin, he said, because she "has not been a responsible public figure.

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