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A former California lawmaker and executive for the conservative social activist network the Council for National Policy is proposing that the Tea Party and Christian extremists form a third party “to do to the GOP what the GOP did to the Whig Party” — and says that Sarah Palin should be its leader.
Right Wing Watch first reported on Steve Baldwin’s proposal to form “a coalition between social and fiscal conservatives…around the issue of eliminating all federal abortion funding, reversing Roe vs. Wade (let the states fight it out), and prohibiting the Federal government from granting special rights to people based upon sexual behavior (laws that almost always infringe on our religious, property, and freedom of association rights).”
He acknowledges that it will be difficult to create a viable third party without the assistance of “a stable of respected national conservative leaders such as Sarah Palin to lead the charge.” Only with such aid will this party be able to create “a compelling platform that will unite conservatives, libertarians, the Christian Right, and the Tea Party movement.”
However I doubt if the libertarians would have anything to do with a party with Sarah Palin as it's leader.
originally posted by: Iscool
It would be nice if those who oppose Sarah could post what political positions they are in opposition to, instead of just bad mouthing her...