Skip to comments.Palin supporters: welcome to our deja vu all over again
Posted on 01/09/2010 6:21:34 AM PST by euram
Heres the absolute stupidest thing weve heard in a great while, an article on Real Clear Politics talking about how much GOP insiders want Mitt Romney to be the Republican 2012 nominee. Its more of the same its his turn suicidal garbage that nominated Bob Dole in 1996 and John McCain in 2008.
And remember, in both cases, the MSM worked hard to get the Republicans to run the candidate they wanted pitted against the Democrat.
(Excerpt) Read more at hillbuzz.org ...
Not just no, but f^%$ no!
Because.... it is obvious to anyone with a functioning intellect that no one in America, excepting the Mittbots and a few co-religionists want Mitt Romney to become president of the United States.
Same way nobody wanted a President John McCain.
So.... WHO are the insiders and whom do they take their marching orders from, because they obviously want the Dems to win win win win win win win...
I will write in Sarah Palin if I have to, and unless these people come to their senses and find someone else I may have to.
“Do you ever wonder if the MSM and GOP insiders receive their checks from the same place?”
Yes. I often wonder why they both seem to be working together to elect liberal democrats.
Michael Steele, Lindsey Graham, John McCain, and Mitt Romney himself.
I got the same crap from relatives at Christmas. “yes, Palin is the most conservative, but she’s not electable, It’s time to give Mitt a chance” I’m tired of this Katie Couric mentality. Palin is an extremely well spoken and educated leader who is head and shoulders above this bunch of repub RHINOS. She is the Joan of Arc of common sense conservatives and the Menachin Begin of American politics.
I love this article. Because it should now prove to Paulites that Palin is not that entrenched GOP politician that Ru Paul and others say she is. That is their only bargaining chip against Palin, as wrong as it is.
Just check out the "Sunday Morning Talk Show" thread by Alas Babylon, they're on TV every Sunday Morning...
This is a very good article that all Freepers should read.
I think some are mentioned in Sarah’s book. They keep talking of headquarters...who are those in headquarters?
These fellows have quite a few people “behind the scene” who tell them what to do, what to say, how to say it,,,and NEVER, NEVER, EVER go off one of the answers the behind the scener’s have written. It sounds to me as if the behind the sceners are the only ones smart enough to run an election............and lose it. They probably all run together, democrat and republican behind the scene operatives...elitists...went to the same schools...go to the same parties...read the same books..you get the picture.
Palin would perhaps not win if the election were today but that’s irrelevant because she and her competitors haven’t made their final arguments, and America and American public opinion will evolve over the next couple of years.
I will vote for whomever wins the nomination, be it Romeny or Sarah howver.....I REALLY don’t want to have to vote for Mitt.
At least I don’t despise him like I did McCain, but he is in no way the conservative that Palin is.
We dont want Sarah Palin to wait until February 6th, 2011 to announce her campaign for president, which is Ronald Reagans 100th birthday. We know shes waiting to do this for the symbolism of it, but we want her to just come out and say shes running now.
Palin won't wait if she decides to run. In her book, she makes it clear she understands the need to start early when you're running a grassroots campaign against the establishment.
Who are the idiots posting comments at the end of the article? Are Romney’s paid minions out already/still?
Hillbuzz knows their stuff.
Wouldn’t win against whom?
I hold that if a nationwide Republican primary were held today, Palin would have voters camped out the night before across the country—and would win solidly.
I also hold that when people are admitting to pollsters about the same level of approval for Obama and Palin, she’s got the clear edge, the anti-Obama voters are the motivated ones anyway, and she’d win solidly one on one against our sitting President.
I, personally, will not vote for Mitt. Obamacare is modeled on Romneycare. And that’s just one of the significant reasons.
I'm for Sarah and no candidate with any brains should announce that they are running in 2012 before the 2010 election.
There will still be 2 full years for the media to rip Sarah after Nov 2010.
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