Saturday, August 4, 2012
Governor Palin was in Missouri yesterday and Nebraska today. Next stop...Iowa.
In Nebraska, the Governor spent time with Deb Fischer, the candidate she endorsed in the U.S. Senate race.
Via the Omaha World-Herald:
Sarah Palin heaped praise Saturday on Deb Fischer, the Republican running against Bob Kerrey for one of Nebraska's seats in the U.S. Senate.
Palin had just eaten lunch with Fischer and was taking a look at items in the La Vista Cabela's, talking with a couple customers and signing a man's cap.
She called Fischer a “hard-working, very grounded, down-to-earth, patriotic American woman.”
Palin, the Republican vice presidential candidate four years ago, said that as a Nebraskan, Fischer knows agriculture and could “help common-sense, constitutional Americans.”
“We need more of that when it comes to regulation and policy,” Palin said of Fischer's background and knowledge.
Palin then boarded a sport utility vehicle and headed for Iowa with her husband, Todd.
Governor Palin is humble enough to allow others to engage in debate about who's speaking at the Republican National Convention. While members of the establishment play that inside baseball they're so fond of, she continues to make an impact from the outside--unshackled. She's working hard to do what she has vowed to do: help elect common sense conservatives so we can win the Senate, retain the House, and restore wisdom to the White House.
(h/t Stacy Drake)