Skip to comments.If only Sarah Palin had run ...
Posted on 03/29/2012 4:43:57 PM PDT by Java4Jay
The GOP needs a Tea Party candidate -- either Sarah Palin or someone very like her. Alas, it's going to have to wait until 2016 to get its rogue.
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sarah has a very good chance at 2016 cause Milt is going to lose in 2012.. i predict everyone will be eating out of dumpsters by 2016, and gas will be $20.00 a gallon..
Sarah in 2012, Piper in 2036!!!
Nah...no "awakening" coming, not going to happen. Americans lost their entire backbone and are simply going to go with the flow..and then they'll be crying victim-hood.
I have no sympathy or empathy for the people for what's going to come if this Primary doesn't take a quick turn from Romney being the candidate. ...outside of God interferring now we're already sunk....just a matter of how fast now we go down.
The Convention is the only possible way this trajectory is going to turn.....may God get our candidates there in good time....
Santorum was done long ago...he just hasn’t figured it out yet and neither have his supporters.....only if this goes to convention will he even stand a chance and then it will be limited.
She would have been knocked out by the GOP establishment just like every other conservative candidate was.
In light of the Senior Bush endorsement of Romney...
remember what Babs said about Sarah...
just to stir the pot...
When are going to figure out what Gov. Palin already has, namely - THE GAME IS RIGGED!
Welcome to the United Soviet States of America..where the Pravda State Media vet the candidates to the pleasure and needs of the RinoCrat UniParty.
This election will be a non-election...featuring the state approved candidates-whose only distinction is whether they are black or white.
She didn’t lost anything - fair weather supporters are a dime a dozen.
Which is as good a reason as any for a brokered convention.
Delegate math is not necessarily what AP is reporting... although they will have you believe Romney is inevitable...Santorum’s count is significantly different: according to estimates, Romney has 482 delegates to Santorum’s 331, with Gingrich at 158 and Paul at 91. Predicting what will happen on a state convention floor is difficult, but the final result is that Romney “is on a path to be short of 1,144”. Open convention and Palin 2012!!!
We were from the start, it seems. The same Republican voters in 2008 that brought us McCain, now are bringing Romney to the fore.
Republicans had a the best opportunity of a lifetime to contrast real conservatism with blatant tyranny. The spineless appeasers and hand-ringers apparently hold sway in the party. I'm done with the Republicans.
It will take blood to get our country back now.
That's the ticket we need.
She never said or implied she was. She said it's WeThePeople! Haven't you been listening these past years?
Until we realize that most federal govermnet solutions are wrong, period,
DUH! We have been saying that for YEARS! The GOP has been infiltrated with the liberal mindset and proof of that - they support Mitt! And before that....and before that......
And TRA$H any conservative who dare oppose them with the help of the media and paid entertainers.
First off, I wouldn’t trust CNN to know its’ A-S-S, if they really, really want someone specific to run, they know that person wouldn’t have a snowballs chance in Hades.
Second, Jesus wept. Give it up about ‘Saviour’ Sarah. The woman has said NO! Mama Grizzly decided she did not want the fight.
We are in a mess, and I’d vote for Morris the Cat over Obama. The RNC decided from the beginning the candidate would be Romney, and as much as I hate it, I’ll pull the lever for him if he’s the “winner”. I’d rather loathe myself, and get Obama Lite (Romney) than have what we’ve got for 4 more years.
Why do you say 'savior sarah' and NOT the same about the one you plan on voting for - romney?
2016 is Romney’s re-election bid. Sarah has to wait until 2020. Waaaaaaaaaaaaaay too late.
Last year around the time she was doing her bus tour, the polls of GOP voters showed overwhelmingly people did NOT want her to run. Now, of course, the polls seem to have turned around on that. But knowing the lefties would slam her hard, it must have been daunting for her to think about entering without having a base of conservative support clamoring for her. The big question remains why the heck was the Republican electorate so absurdly fickle during this primary?