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Palin threatens ‘America’s wrath’ on GOP establishment over amnesty-funding bill; ‘Voters are wide awake’

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palinJust when the Republican Party establishment thinks it has escaped the critical eye of Sarah Palin, the conservative maverick steps forward to remind them that she hasn’t gone anywhere.

“Grant me this use of America’s voice,” Palin beseeched her more than 4.4 million Facebook followers early Thursday, before she unloaded on the GOP for a wasteful $1.1 trillion omnibus bill expected to be voted on Thursday.

“When you cut through all the ‘inside baseball’ stuff in this Omnibus Spending Bill that’s in front of Congress, you’re left with two cold hard facts: this bill doesn’t defund Obama’s amnesty (so he gets to reward lawbreakers with your tax dollars) and it adds to our dangerous, unsustainable debt,” Palin wrote.

The bill provides funding for President Obama’s overreaching executive action on immigration, but only through Feb. 27, 2015, according to CNS News.

The former Alaska governor pointed out that the bill “also breaks campaign promises made by quite a few of our incumbent politicians on both sides of the aisle.”

“Hey, if you thought we wanted more of the same as we worked our butts off to get good folks elected in November, then why did we vote to oust liberals who got America into this mess in the first place?” she asked the GOP.

Palin then put her boot down, so to speak, with the permanent political class GOP leadership, telling them to keep their promises, or “face America’s wrath next go ’round.”

“Guess what, GOP: our victory party is over and voters are wide awake and trusting you to keep your promises to America,” she said. “Get a handle on your debt. Stop Obama’s amnesty to illegal aliens. Support our military.”

“Bottom line: we elected you to stop Obama’s ‘fundamental transformation of America.’ Do it – especially you Republicans who promised to do it. Or face America’s wrath next go ’round because an elephant never forgets.”

No ambiguity there.

Tom Tillison

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