Is Sarah Palin's Endorsements Dividing Republican Party?
Jack Kingston (R-GA) says Palin's endorsement of a moderate in Georgia primary is dividing Republicans. "Karen Handel is a very decent candidate, but she's clearly the more moderate person in the race."
Kingston (R-GA) talks to John and Amy on America's Morning News about the direction of the economy and Republicans gaining seats this November. Interview Audio Below...
Georgia Congressman Says Palin Needs to Butt Out of Primaries
Appearing on "America's Morning News" with John McCaslin and Amy Holmes, Georgia Republican Rep. Jack Kingston urged Sarah Palin to stay clear of endorsing candidates in the primaries. "What she's doing is dividing the Republican Party at a time when we don't need to be divided." Kingston's objected to Palin’s decision to endorse Georgia Secretary of State Karen Handel in that state’s GOP governor's race. "Why Sarah Palin decided to get in the race is beyond me. I don't know why she feels compelled to get into primaries all over the country, but fortunately Georgia voters are doing their own thinking on things like this." Read rest of article at Humanevents.com.
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