Conservatives have been watching the election with interest, following the latest campaign news over the past few weeks, and shouting Scott Brown's name to all Massachusetts voters who can hear, however, one of the leading individuals in the Conservative movement has been quiet on the Massachusetts election, until last night.
Governor Sarah Palin, who has become a bestselling author with the release of Going Rogue, has remained on the political sidelines during the much anticipated Senate election in Massachusetts, until she tweeted her support of Scott Brown last night to over 50,000 followers, raising more questions than answering.
MA Senate Race: here's hoping Mr. Brown goes to Washington...in a pick-up truck,no less!MA pls vote tomrrw & elect a hardworking independent. - Sarah Palin, http://twitter.com/SarahPalinUSA
Sarah Palin's facebook page has over 1.2 million followers compared to 50 thousand followers on her twitter page, wouldn't she call on 1.2 million Sarah Palin fans to support Scott Brown, instead of 50,000 fans? This confuses me, because Scott Brown is the leading Conservative candidate and cause in the United States, and one of the leaders in the Conservative Republican movement has been ignoring the election, then appeals on the night before the election to 50,000 fans instead of 1.2 million fans in support of Scott Brown.
I am not sure what Governor Palin's motives are, however, I am glad she did enter the election in one form or another, I just hope Scott Brown receives enough votes this afternoon to win one of the most important elections of the decade, because we need his 41st vote in the United States Senate, more than ever.
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