Skip to comments.The truth about Palin in 2012 and an "unconventional campaign". (If she runs, she will win)
Posted on 09/25/2011 9:31:38 PM PDT by se_ohio_young_conservative
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Give it up. Someone will sue the campaign and she will quit.
Sue what campaign ?
LOL.. that would be like trying to pick up mercury in a lab with a pair of chop sticks ?
Sounds like bully verbiage BLL...aren't you above that?
Anybody who sues her is going to get sued back.
A little Sun Tzu goes a long way.
What peabrains like you don't realize is that she has defined the battlefield instead of state-controlled media.
Looks like you are so far behind liberal lines you started playing for the other team if that comment is any indication.
Now Perry supporters are disowning him. Only Ron Paul supporters are still around.
If she’s built up a crack guerrilla organization, I hope she uses it to help out whoever the GOP nominee is going to be.
...but it won’t be of much use to her or anybody if after most of the straw polls if all they can do is troll conservative web boards.
Yeah, I suppose those candidates are getting past their expiration date.
So please explain to us, who are not as enlightened as you are, why she didn’t announce yet and when do you think she will announce? Will she announce on Nov. 7, 2012 and expect the real winner to just hand her the White House?
If you want a revolution, you first have to evolve.
And how do you explain that with all those supporters, 3/4 of Republicans don’t want her to run?
“most Republicans are not enthusiastic about her launching a bid for the nomination. By a 72 to 24 percent margin, Republicans and independents who lean toward the GOP do not want Palin to run for the White House.”
That was so profound, I didn’t get it.
She will scare the Bampster so bad he will go back to the crack pipe again.
Let these guys beat up on each other in these debates. My gut feeling is that if she is going to get in, it will be soon enough to enter but later enough to surprise.
Maybe because 3/4 of Republicans have already attached their cart to another horse? A Romney supporter or a Gingrich supporter or a Bachman supporter might say “no” when asked if they want Palin to run. Is that so hard to understand? The key question is not “do you want her to run?” The key question is “if she runs, and she wins the nomination, will you vote for her?” I would bet that 90% or more of Republicans would say yes, if they were being honest. The difference between her and everyone else, including Obama, is that the people who support her are ready to crawl across hot coals to do it. Nobody has the support intensity that she does. The libs know it, and that’s why she terrifies them so badly.
She’ll announce in 2012, probably on All Saints Day.
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