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Posted on 11/08/2012 1:25:42 PM PST by Art in Idaho
A lot of Buzz already about Sarah running in 2016. From Palin4President comes a wealth of information. Some snippets:
"Romney lost because he simply couldn't turn out the vote. McCain/Palin turned out 6.2 Million more voters than Romney/Ryan did and that is all it would have taken to beat Obama this time around if you look at the numbers. Perhaps Romney should put some thought into what is was that McCain had that helped produce an extra 6.2 million votes, that helped create the tidal wave of the 2010 mid-term victories... here's a hint... she wears lipstick."
"A team of Palin and Martinez or Rubio or even Cruz would have tremendous possibilities in gaining the votes of women and Hispanics."
"But it is a very good day for Palin too, who will now, as she said clearly last month, challenge the very existence of the Republican Party and the Eastern establishment as she has been doing from the first."
"GOP Doomed Forever By Demographics Is Rubbish; 3 Key States Lost By Under 2%.There is a clear Path to a 2016 Win."
(Excerpt) Read more at palin4president2016.blogspot.co.nz ...
That is your belief system and I respect it.
She’s WAY ahead!
FReepers for Sarah ROCK!!!
Thank you, dearest PA Engineer!
We DO NOT have a common man as President. We have a hard-core Marxist who is H*ll bent on fundamentally changing our Republic into a Socialist sewer. Obama hates Ameerica, he hates white people and he has a seething hatred for the United States Constitution.
Any common man or woman who cherishes our beloved Constitution would most likely make a fine President.
At this point, I don’t give a flying F*** about the Repuke party. I held my nose and voted for Romney...never again. If Sarah wants to run as a third party, or repuke party candidate, she has my support. I am BEYOND fed up with the GOP-E. Screw them all.
And where did I argue that Romney was a winning candidate?
Ooooh, you were about to get the wrath!!!
OK - I’ll refine that statement to agree with your points. I was coming from the standpoint of one with no experience and no intelligence.
Of course BO is no “common” person.
Why? Because they fear what she stands for. Plain, unadulterated fear of raw conservatism, embodied in a NON-INSIDER, a NON-ELITE, a THREAT to the establishment's world power structure.
You might want to check the mirror.
Look, this is all academic and honestly not a worthy discussion until she runs, all I was pointing out is your disdain for her is wrong, not born by her record of consistent achievement, and straight from the pit of democrat hell.........
The main thing the right has to understand is that they are locked in a cycle of category error. They consistently misidentify/interpret a given issue and set about solving the wrong problem.
They then give us the Doles, Romneys et all as a solution.
With Palin, most of the energy spent by those in power on the right is on stopping the words she says from resonating with the public by minimizing her as some unable ‘good byt not good enough’ figure. Note that years of PDS never mentions the concepts and ideas she discusses, but the shrill voice, the folksy delivery and the rest of the memes they cook up.
Anything to avoid allowing her to be seen as credible. \\
Because if she were seen as a credible person, the GOP would have to explain to their supporters why A: she was trashed as she was by the party and B: Why they did not run with the ideas she brought forth.
Lets face it. Palin, love her as I do, is saying nothing that many of us don’t already believe. In fact, most love her as a politician BECAUSE she articulates EXAXTLY what we believe.
And there is nothing more dangerous to the GOP and it’s supporters than that. Anyone wishing to prove the above wrong is encouraged to do so.
I have no disdain for her at all. I just believe she is not ready to be president.
That in no way means I want to see her muted or forgotten.
I enjoy listening to her analysis and think she is a great promoter of the conservative cause.
You want a candidate who knows there way around Washington, someone who understands the way things work.
I want an outsider that can think beyond the “way things have always been done”. We have serious problems that require serious action and the “old ways” we already know won’t do it. How many times do people say they want someone in office who is one of us?
Sarah Palin is that person. I encourage you to read her books, speeches and anything else you can get your hands on. She is the real deal.
Good, we’ll leave the discussion of her readiness if she ever runs. It’s simply not important at this point.
I thought you'd appreciate a little ribbing, or maybe a bit of laughter...........
But she served another 20 years in elective and appointed offices before that. Sarah has spent close to half her life in public service.
Let us also not forget that she spent a lot of years signing the front side of paychecks as a business owner too.
She's been around the block a time or two.
I read Mark Levin's book as well and listen to him every night and agree with everything he says but even he would admit he's not prepared to sit in the oval office.
Palin is great for the cause and may write and say the things we want to hear, but that doesn't translate into being able to hold the office.
I like her. It's being misconstrued here that because I don't think she should run for president that I'm against her totally.
I want her out there promoting the cause. That's her best strength.
They know that if people were taught conservative principles and realized for the survival of the country there is no other choice, they will become conservatives in droves. That's why they go full Alinsky with anything or anyone who is a true conservative.
The poll is still up. I just voted for Governor Palin and here are the current results:
Governor Romney 7.99% (477 votes)
Speaker Boehner 13.32% (795 votes)
Senator Marco Rubio 16.94% (1,011 votes)
Congressman Paul Ryan 8.24% (492 votes)
Governor Chris Christie 3.69% (220 votes)
Governor Sarah Palin 39.9% (2,381 votes)
Speaker Newt Gingrich 3.1% (185 votes)
Someone else 6.82% (407 votes)
Total Votes: 5,968
Yes, it’s a small sampling, but I think it’s indicative of the fact that Sarah Palin still ranks extremely high in conservative voters’ minds, even though four years have passed since she last ran for office (not to mention all of the attacks she’s weathered in that time).
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