Skip to comments.Wait, Sarah, Wait (Delay Continues to be Palin's Ally)
Posted on 09/25/2011 12:42:05 PM PDT by Brices Crossroads
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Well waiting has made Perry into a second tier candidate and Romney is being demoted as I type. Romney does not represent conservatives in this party. It is time for a true conservative that can win to step up. Sarah the stage is set and I love when a plan come to together.
Palin better get in before the conservative GOP majority coalesces around Herman Cain!
I’ll say this: all of those on FR that were bashing Palin for no getting in and waiting, look silly right now. There is still money still on the sidelines, there are many voters who still hadn’t made up their mind about any one of the current candidates and there is STILL no clear frontrunner.
Saved for the coming deadline filings in the primary states where most of them are coming in mid to late Oct. She is on target with Perry collapsing, Bachmann having already collapsed and Mitt with soft, soft support. Palin is right in the mix
“Palin better get in before the conservative GOP majority coalesces around Herman Cain!”
Excellent read and if she is actually going to run would be dead on for her strategy. We should know soon enough.
Seems to me the decision they are facing is to announce before S. Korea or after. Her speech is at the opening, on October 11th - 10th would be a travel day, and the earliest return would be the 12th. The window closes primary-wise on 10/31. My bet is that it will be prior to SK given the Perry swoon, and it will be this coming week... (but I was also sure on Constitution day - the last day prior to 10/31 with real solid Tea-Party-Meaning.)
Well done. Interesting analysis, quite persuasive.
Sarah has a lot of fans, who are willing to contribute. But you get the big Establishment money by offering pork in return, and that’s not Sarah’s way.
Obama will have billions at his disposal when the general election rolls around, basically laundered tax money. But his poll numbers have paid an enormous price.
I could live with a Cain-Palin ticket as easily as I could with a Palin-Cain ticket. They are both awesome. They both get it.
Keep waiting. We’ll just go for CAIN
“Well just go for CAIN”
Why not go for Abel instead?
What are you laughing at? You have a problem with Herman Cain? 37% in the FL straw poll is not something I’d be laughing at. Herman Cain is a great American, and we really couldn’t ask for a better nominee.
I tell you what, I am Sarah Palin supporter (and a Cain supporter, and less so a Perry supporter), but you Sarah and only Sarah supporters are really starting to turn me off BIG TIME!
There is nothing to be gained by waiting any longer. If Palin has courage in her convictions, she will rise without waiting.
Look what Cain has done. He was one of the first to enter. He has upped the ante on himself with solid performance. How great is that?
In the end, whether she sits out longer or not, there will still be plenty of time for debates and scrutiny. There is the initial glory, and then the focus is on you.
Perry was the rage and blew it in a couple debates.
Many forget around here that Palin appears on FOX only and the internet. She has negatives that are not being removed by sitting it out.
Time to step up and quit waiting for some miracle to fall in your lap.
If a person does not watch FOX or follow internet politics, all they hear of Palin is the salacious and negative gossip.
She gets to enjoy one more moose hunting season and I get to enjoy watching Perry implode as Mitt fades.
We are watching the Art of War, and Madame Palin has won every battle so far.
Cain, I have to admit, has a better resume and hasn’t been beaten to a pulp by the MSM. Too many people believe that $hit.
I hate what they’ve done to her but we have to be realistic and I’m leaning Cain.
“Why not go for Abel instead?”
because he is unable.
AS much as I admire and respect Herman Cain, I honestly don’t believe he can beat Obama. I think he would be a much better president, and should he win the nomination, I’ll vote for him. Sorry, this is just my own opinion.
Sarah is a shrewd one, isn’t she?
The only problem with your Civil War analogy is that the South ultimately lost the war even though they had better generals and leaders. It was the vast resources of the North that won in the end.
Let us hope that your analogy doesn’t go so far as to see Sarah lose. She will be facing vast resouces of the “establishment” that don’t realize they are passe.
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