Lower 48 queenmaker Sarah Palin never did get a chance to stump

Lower 48 queenmaker Sarah Palin never did get a chance to stump for Republican Senatorial candidate Clint Didier in the flesh. But she was kind enough to provide her audio likeness to his campaign, recording a robocall that was then blasted to 500,000 (lucky? unlucky?) people across the state. After the jump, the transcript of her call.”Hi, this is Sarah Palin. I’m calling to urge you to vote for Clint Didier for U.S. Senate. Clint is a new kind of Republican. A true conservative. He’s dedicated to our nation’s bedrock principles of limited government. And unlike establishment candidates who just talk about lower taxes, Clint has signed a pledge to do so. He supports the Arizona law. He supports becoming energy independent. So go to ClintDidier.org. Please mark your ballot for Clint Didier. Vote for him for U.S. Senate. Thank you.”


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