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D'oh! Sarah Palin's robocalls go to wrong state


Oh geez. I can hear the left snickering already...

The Topeka Capital-Journal reports that some robocalls recorded by Sarah Palin to influence the outcome of the Republican U.S. Senate primary in Texas were actually going to voters in Kansas. "Hello, Texas! I'm Sarah Palin," the former Alaska governor said in the ad.

Needless to say, the Capital-Journal's political blogger was not amused when he received the call:

The Cruz campaign wisely financed this marketing blitz in Kansas to capitalize on Palin's endorsement of a former solicitor general of Texas. A good word from her is viewed as the gold standard among real Republicans.

Still, not certain what an emerging Texas political titan wants from a  registered voter in Kansas.

Maybe Texas and Kansas lawmakers can get together and fashion a new definition of gerrymandering that would permit one person, two votes.

Palin is backing Ted Cruz to replace outgoing Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchinson in Texas' May 29 GOP primary.

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