Today’s Word Salad From Sarah Palin

Via Breitbart:

This weekend, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, who is considered the conservative movement’s North Star, said Americans are counting on South Carolina voters to find and help Republicans nominate a bold conservative candidate who can win the White House in 2016. In a video message to the South Carolina Tea Party Convention, Palin said in addition to monitoring lawmakers in Congress, conservatives must have a “discussion about the future of our party” and how it can appeal more to independent-minded Republicans and blue-dog Reagan Democrats “so that we can elect a Republican president in 2016.” She said the country would be counting on South Carolina to “to help elect that president and figure out who that candidate will be.” She said conservatives must hold newly-elected leaders, even those who ran as constitutional conservatives, accountable because, “if we’re not there to collect… then who will collect on the promises made?” Palin–and her brand of conservatism–has always had very strong appeal in South Carolina. Without Palin’s endorsement, Nikki Haley would never have been elected governor. And her praise of Newt Gingrich in the weeks before South Carolina’s 2012 GOP presidential primary gave him the momentum to win the first-in-the-South primary over Mitt Romney.