Skip to comments.A Strategy for Sarah
Posted on 12/03/2008 4:53:35 AM PST by ebiskit
Palin can lead a wave of Conservatives (GOP/2.0) into the Senate and House in 2010.
Then she could ride the crest of a new movement into the White House in 2012.
There will be plenty of socialist policies she will dissent with from the well of the Senate.
Unless Republicans win 18 seats in the Senate in 10, they will stay in the minority and she will be free to play the vociferously loyal opposition.
Therefore, she can be Minority Leader (to Hell with Seniority), begin her Presidential run (unabashedly so) and fillet the Dem policies every Sunday on a rotating schedule for each Network.
This will be a winning strategy. The rules have changed.
Little Lord Barry Bohica rewrote the political rule book. Palin can perfect it.
FYI Peep FReepers,
The Senate is exactly where she will develop her campaigns arguments for 2012. Logic, people, logic.
It takes very little gray matter to discern this.
For people not to intuitively understand this, makes me question their motivations for such a blithe dismissal of her abilities.
In addition, she will be able to derail any lame brain liberal policy better from DC rather than Alaska. . . REFUTE THAT!!!
In the den of vipers is exactly where she will earn her DC bona fides. I want to see her every Sunday morning, spankin gregory et al.
Her sharing the stage with Hil? Can you imaging the MSM compare and contrast between the two?
People need to daily see Sarah as opposed to the so-called competition. This will be quite illuminating for the insulated and ignorant electorate.
She will live out her principles for all the world to see.
The MSM will then only be able to spin just so much in her disfavor. She will be right there to smite any liar versus a rebuttal having to come Alaska.
A smear can stick in the course of 1 day. 2 days, and you can be toast. Fact.
Her loud voice will be the best to beat back any socialist policy. Bar None!!!
I seriously doubt she will compromise her principles while in the Senate. She ain't sold out yet, what makes you think she will start now?
It is that very compromise that people detest the most about senators. That is why senators rarely get elected president.
It is their respective voting records where they get skewered in campaigns. Two scant years of voting 'against' boneheaded liberal policy will only cement her arguments for the campaign.
She is young. She can return to Alaska and run for Governor after her time in DC. Alaska aint goin anywhere.
I want to see her grow old.
Barry has sped up the political cycle. Get used to it.
Your conventional wisdom ain't gonna work on me.
Quite frankly, yall need to man-up . . . Sarah has!!!
Home-Girl ain't skuurrred!!!
Any well-reasoned dissent, bring it.
God Bless Sarah and the USA
We need to get that message out now! In their first budget cycle of 2008 the Democrats ran up a $455 billion dollar deficit and for 2009 it is looking to be at least a $1 trillion dollar deficit. That's more than the Republicans ran up when they were in control, yet it isn't making the news!
The Houses of Representatives by decree of the US Constitution controls all money appropriations.
Your arguments are clear, concicse, VERY well-written, and demonstrate a penetrating logic and level of erudition not often seen in vanity posts.
Then again in 2012.
GO SARAH GO!
I don’t want to see her in the whirl of Beltway politics. She’s better off staying on as Alaska’s governor until she’s ready to run for Prez. The Senate is a corrupting influence.
As long as you call her by her first name she is not going to win.
Best compliment I have ever received in my life, no doubt.
Thank You & God Bless
Sarah can take care of herself. She didn’t get this far with our help. I trust her instincts. I am betting on her. If not it wasn’t meant to be no matter what you or I think. No, I did not read but the title of your post.
“Sarah Palin should remain as Governor of Alaska and concentrate on doing her current job as well as possible. No one knows what the future will bring. As she gains more experience she can consider running for higher office but for now she should concentrate on doing the job she was elected to do and not scheme about some Obama type career of two years in the Senate and then President. I was very impressed by Governor Palins performance in the recent election but her lack of experience was very clear. She should remain as Governor of Alaska and focus on doing a good job.”
It was reworded a little after being copied and pasted.
The ‘theme’ that you are peddling is getting rather long in the tooth.
It is all over FreeRepublic.com
It goes kinda like this. . .
I really like Sarah, she impressed me . . . she does a great job in Alaska . . . blah, blah, blah . . .
and then comes an if, and, or but . . .
she needs to mature a little more. . .She needs to concentrate on Alaska . . . She can’t follow the Chosen One’s path . . . Can’t we just hide her in Alaska?
How formulaic and transparent.
I said “well-reasoned”. Did you even read that far down?
Her DC Beltway experience will be gained by the daily dispatching of clueless liberals.
I don’t even know why I wasted the time, dear sleeper-freeper.
“The Senate is a corrupting influence.”
Have you taken the time to consider she may actually be a good influence on the Senate?
Nice try though....
You have some valid points.
“As long as you call her by her first name she is not going to win.”
Why must you insist on writing in crayon?
I’ll read your post in Black and White. . .
. . . & then respond in kind.
You didn’t even read the entire post.
btw, I’ve lobbied in DC. . . so I gots a clue of how it works.
You make my eyes bleed.
“You have some valid points.”
Care to flesh out your vacuous post a bit more?!?
Calling politicians by their first name is stupid.
If Sarah can be corrupted so easily by life in the Beltway and the Senate then she is no use to conservative movement. Excuse me, I mean no disrespect to the Deep South but we don’t need a delicate Southern belle type of blanche Du Bois; what we need is the fiery temperament and charisma of Joan of Arc combined with the servant’s heart of a Mother Theresa and the cast-iron leadership of Margaret Thatcher. I believe we have that in Sarah Palin, regardless which venue she decides to serve in.
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