Sunday, November 27, 2011

A new draft-Palin ad to run in Iowa next week

Regular readers of this blog know that I am a dedicated (and disappointed) Palin supporter but since she has dropped out, I have moved on. The rest of these Palin supporters should do the same. - Reggie

Is it too late for Sarah Palin to enter the Republican presidential nomination sweepstakes?  Conservatives4Palin hope not, and they plan to run an ad in Iowa aimed at convincing caucus-goers to draft her into the race:
Your contributions have made it possible for us to run the Palin reconsider television ad next week in the Sioux City, Iowa market. Thanks to everyone who chipped in to make it possible.
You’ll be able to see the ad that will be shown on televisions on KCAU-TV across the Sioux City, Iowa market on this blog and on youtube when it goes up next week. If you have any ideas on how to get this story more attention, let us know and feel free to push it yourself to people who may be interested. The target date for this ad going up is now November 29th as the Thanksgiving holidays pushed our initial target date of November 28th back. At the very latest, we expect to get it up on the Sioux City market on the 30th.
The Hill reminds its readers that Palin had plenty of time to jump into the race:
In October, Palin announced that she would not run for the party’s nomination. “You don’t need an office or a title to make a difference,” she said in a YouTube video.  Palin had weighed a presidential bid for months and was the subject of much media speculation. …
[W]ith the Hawkeye State’s caucuses on Jan 3, the group has little time to convince Palin to reconsider her decision and enter the race.

Read the full post at Hot Air

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