Sarah Palin Attorney Inquiries on Filing Dates?

Sarah Palin’s SarahPAC attorney, Mark Braden, is said to be making phone calls to determine presidential filing deadlines.

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The current thinking in GOP election law circles is that the first hard cut-off for entering the race is Oct. 28, when presidential candidates who hope to appear on the ballot in the New Hampshire primary would be required to submit a filing fee from a federally registered presidential campaign committee.

Wouldn’t it be something if she finally gets in? What a shake-up.

Posted by Maggie @ Maggie’s Notebook

  • Ready and waiting here.

  • Uh, that would shake it up, but from where I sit she ain’t going to get. My husband will not vote for her in the primaries. I have another conservative really, really Christian friend who would not even vote for her over Obama. When you talk negatives, there’s a lot out there us in the conservative blog chamber don’t hear. Just sayin’.

  • Ran

    “Republican Mom”… Care to illuminate us concerning Palin’s negatives?

    Maggie… thoughts on Palin’s chances? From a Conservative point of view Sarah is a first-principles intellect – something she shares with Cain and Bachmann (and Thatcher and Reagan.)

    Which reminds me – We had Sabbath dinner with the Republican couple up the street, friends from shul. They’re archetypical RINOs. Statists in Republican drag.

    * Love the whole idea of “Social Security.”
    * Palin is a kook.
    * Completely support the Fed’s raid on Waco and the summary killing that eeevil guy Koresh. (Too bad about those kids, eh?)
    * Zero understanding of the 10th Commandment.
    * No appreciation whatsoever of the Right to Property, Right of Expression or Freedom of Assembly.
    * Forget the Second Amendment’s acknowledgement of the Right to Defend and Protect G-d’s Life and Liberty.
    * Speak glowingly of a radical “professor” of our acquaintance at our local university – a greenie-weenie these days with Students for a Democratic Society on his resume.

    “But David – Does the Government truly have the moral right to take with force from our neighbors their wages just so that we can have a nest egg when we retire? Is that not our personal duty instead?” AAAARGH!! What a looong evening.

    On and on. It’s like tripping on acid – nothing makes sense. What the Hell these people are doing here in the Midwest when they belong on the Upper West Side, I’ll never know.

    What I do know is that the Republican Party (and even Conservatism itself) is rife with moral and intellectual challenges.

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