Some of you may remember that I suggested some time ago that I expected the Republican Party to split in the wake of the disasterous Bush Administration. Since 1980, the Republican Party has been a coalition of fiscal conservatives and the religious right. The fiscal conservatives were horrified by the massive spending of George W. Bush, and have for some time been frustrated by the dominance of the religous fascists, many of whom have little education or understanding of economics.
Now, apparently, Sarah Palin is hinting at starting a splinter conservative group. This may well be the split for which I have hoped for some time.
Crooks and Liars
Sunday July 12, 2009 10:00 am
Palin Hints At Plans To Split Republican Party
By Nicole Belle
From her own PAC: Palin Hints At Independent Conservative Movement Excerpts from TammyBruce.com
Enter now Sarah Palin with very encouraging comments that lead one to believe that she is indeed planning to do what she must: build an independent conservative movement and take this nation back from the liberals which now control both parties.Thanks liberals, for provoking Sarah into the national scene while vetting that family at the same time. One thing I will say, the Washington Times with their headline for this exclusive interview reveal an anti-Palin stance. She is, don’t doubt, a threat to every existing political status quo.