Mark Levin announces on Facebook Governor Palin and his commitment to their principles. Lonegan is a very long shot and Governor Palin knows she will be attacked, if he loses, as a "kiss of death" endorser (which is a lie of course given her outstanding record) but for her all that matters is that she does what she believes in.
To quote from C4P "There's no one in the State who has his back; he's just twisting in the wind in a very blue,blue State. Gov. Palin showed a lot of courage endorsing him. A typical weasel politician would have calculated the odds and stayed away. If he loses she will be blamed in the sense that the Rovians will try to say that it's an example of her being "irrelevant". The truth is, it shows that she puts principle above self, principle above political odds. She's willing to use her influence even for someone who may be a long shot because with her it's about Principle."
GOV. PALIN AND I TO SPEAK AT RALLY IN SUPPORT OF STEVE LONEGAN
GOV. PALIN AND I TO SPEAK AT RALLY IN SUPPORT OF STEVE LONEGAN FOR NJ SENATOR
This Saturday, 4-6 PM,at New Egypt Speedway, 720 County Road 539, New Egypt, NJ 08533
There will be other prominent speakers and live entertainment. PLEASE COME JOIN US!
Governor Palin will travel to New Jersey this weekend to attend a Tea Party rally for Senate candidate Steve Lonegan….see release below:
Palin to Appear with Lonegan Saturday at New Egypt Speedway
NEW EGYPT – Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin will join Mayor Steve Lonegan at a campaign workers meeting and rally set for the New Egypt Speedway, 720 County Road 539, at 4 pm, Saturday, October 12th.
“I am honored to have Governor Palin join us for the largest grass-roots campaign event in New Jersey history,” Lonegan said. “While Joe Biden uses the excuse of a government shutdown to avoid an embarrassing reception campaigning for Cory Booker, I am proud to have the opportunity to stand next to a great conservative leader who should have been the Vice President as we go into the final hundred hours til victory on Wednesday, October 16th.”
Steve Lonegan served as the Mayor of Bogota for twelve years, winning three times in a town that gave Barack Obama 67.5 percent of the vote in 2012. He served for seven years as state director of Americans for Prosperity New Jersey, where he helped defeat liberal attempts to expand big government. Steve Lonegan is the conservative Republican nominee in the New Jersey special election for the United States Senate. Lonegan stands firmly on his bedrock conservative values of limited government, fiscal responsibility and individual liberty.
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