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Posted on 04/13/2012 7:36:29 PM PDT by Aria
Sarah is on FOX right now for a special about gas prices. Didn't see a thread on this.
Oh how I love this woman - no teleprompter in sight - facts - love of country- optimism - practical solutions. She has it all.
So do I. However, she did an O’le and let Romney in past into the nomination. I have a hard time looking at her than just more than a pundit like the Huckster.
HUH? She “LET Romney in past into the nomination”????? Other than I’m not sure this makes sense...it still doesn’t make sense.
She supported Newt and said so. Is she supposed to control all the votes?
So far I haven’t seen much new.
Can you rephrase that? What did she say exactly about romney?
She would have had to beat The Democratoc party AND the GOP infrastructure.
What I meant was, if she had run, she would have won the nomination. Period. Thereby stopping Romney or anyone else. That’s what I meant.
If she had run, she would have won and stopped Romney. That’s what I meant.
I’ll say this, Reagan getting the nomination was anomaly....to the GOP Establishment. They determined after that to never let a true conservative ever get through again, who they consider rebels. They have been after Sarah in so many ways, seen and unseen to us! We don’t know yet what they were up to last year
Yeah. So? I don't know of anyone who's ever run for President with a "Guarantee" warranty?
With all due respect to Steve Jobs, the Palin announcement was far more tragic, as far as I'm concerned.
So far I havent seen much new.
For those who have been following this, not too much new.
For the masses who haven’t (like my two college friends who watched), rather insightful...they liked it.
Jobs could have been a real American Icon — if he built the darned things in America...
My thoughts too.
With all due respect to Steve Jobs, the Palin announcement was far more tragic, as far as I’m concerned.
I think she got an offer she could not refuse.
I’m glad your friends watched...there is so much total BS out there that I bet simple facts and perspective were refreshing - not to mention the obvious that Sarah isn’t what the left wants everything to think.
Hannity: (8:40min:seconds to 8:46 ) Alright, Lets talk about the campaign and your convinced Romneys it now? Do you think its pretty much over?
Palin(8:47 9:09 ) Well let me put it this way, I dont want Newt to drop out, I dont want Ron Paul to drop out, because I want debate still on the ideas that both of the other candidates have been able to espouse and explain to the country, I want Ron Pauls message about cutting the budget, about the economic woeful times that we are in and what we can do about it I want those to continue to be discussed and Newt has some good ideas too.
Hannity: (9:09-9:22 ) Are you convinced, because you spoke about this at an earlier time during the primary, are you convinced as to time has gone on that governor Romney will govern as a solid strong conservative or do you still have doubts?
Palin: (9:23-9:37 ) I am convinced that governor Romney, if he is our nominee and if he is elected president, he will know to surround himself with those that will inherently know to go right, to err on the side of smaller, smarter government and that gives me a lot of confidence.
I watched the interview, too.
Even when he tried, he couldn’t get her to say that of course Mitt would be the nominee.
The primaries are not even over, yet.
Best would be a Sarah/Newt combo.
That's on a par with everything being Bush's fault - wrong target.
Would have loved her running, but won't second guess her either - she's in a far better position to know what to do than we are.
Damn spell checker! SLIMMED should be SLIMED (as in Ghost Busters).
Lucky I caught it last night.
The “multi-pass” speculator explaination explained a very big missing piece of what is behind soaring gas gas and diesel prices.
Of course nobama isn’t saying anything, its part of his inner network of big money folks enabled to reach into everyone’s back pocket.
Anyone think Mitt plans on disrupting that cash-cow?
>>...If she had run, she would have won and stopped Romney. Thats what I meant...<<
I admire your optimism!
However, the GOP has rearranged the deck-chairs on our Titanic so that any & all favor and bias in the campaign process falls to Romney. I doubt Palin could have impacted Romney’s support significantly enough to change the outcome desired by the GOP. I doubt an exact clone of Reagan could do it considering the way the deck has been stacked for Romney by the GOP, pundits, msm, etc.
I think Palin was shrewd enough to recognize this early on. I place her head and shoulders above the sorry slate of candidates we had to choose from, but I also think she has *FAR* better insight into the process than I ever will and she chose not to run according to her assessment of the situation. I can’t hold it against her, but opinions will vary...
Thanks. Yout opinion is just as good as mine. I just don’t believe that she chose not to run because of the establishment supposed-love with Mitt.
I would prefer a PALIN/BOLTON ticket.
There are as mnay preferred combinations as there are conservatives.
And the ,’ may way or the highway’, is why we have lost the culture wars.
Liberals take the long view of history to attain their goals.
We are all or nothing.
Palin deciding not to run destroyed our momentum from 2010. we were on top of the world...for alittle whille (like van halen)
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