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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 ...
What a load of garbage! Where was she during the campaign, dying her hair? Her support saved Orin Hatch’s seat, but she decided to stay in Alaska with her mouth shut when we needed her to help stop Obama. I take back all the love I had for her. And her post-election blatherings are WORTHLESS!
Don’t waste your time. We are in for another round of Palin hating PDSers telling us who despite her having all the right ideas et all, she is the wrong person and Mitt type moderate ‘conservatives’ are the way to go.
Same Poop, different generation of poopers. Which is why we end up with Mitt types. Politics over principle. And look what that got us. Again.
Yep, me too, you betcha!
With that said, I don't think she should make any noises about 2016 yet. Personally, I think she should run for the AK Senate seat that's up in 2014: it's currently occupied by a 'Rat who shouldn't be in that seat. She'd win that handily and put it back in GOP hands where it belongs.
Don’t forget her staff. Dems went after them too with legal jihad as well.
Palin simply is not a winning candidate at the national level. Maybe if she had remained governor of Alaska into a second term, but not now and certainly not 4 years from now.
Not only know early about Palin, but is there anything to start doing now regarding a third party candidate that is a “For Real” conservative. Why not a Free Republic party? Any issue with JR using that name for a party that is really different?
We need someone with more policy background, who can stand up to the interviews and sound presidential. Ryan, Rubio, many others could fit the bill, but Sarah is better in other roles.
She would get to surround herself with every hurting person who help Romney and give them a home....let's face it...she could START with 53 millions votes. . And those of us who are hurting would heal and form an army over 4 years that no one and nothing could stop.
There is a psychological opportunity here. . Go for it Sarah!
Palin yes, Rubio no. JMO. Otherwise, yes, I’m in.
Yeh, lets lose even worse than we did with Mitt.
This is BS. Sarah could have won the last election with Mitt if on the ticket. She is a dynamo. And can pack the house.
Maybe with Cruz or Rubino it would be a solid ticket.
I sure don’t want anything the RNC puts out. I’m done with them.
If she announced now, she’d have a billion dollar war chest by the time the election rolled around.
Yeah, to hell with running someone who gets results and solves problems! We need a candidate that knows how to rearrange the furniture!
Senate from AK maybe.
But “frivolous ethics complaints from ‘Rat operatives that were hamstringing her ability to govern and threatening to personally bankrupt her and her family with legal fee”
you see that changing some how in a run for Pres ?
You Know It!
Unless you somehow envision a breakdown of the Democrat party into segments (like Europe), splitting the anti-Democrat vote certainly isn’t going to win many elections. You might feel energized voting for a FreeRepublic candidate that grabs 20% of the vote like Perot did, but the end result doesn’t change.
From what I see the takers (aka Democrats) are remarkably cohesive at election time.