Skip to comments.Jesse Ventura: Sarah Palin will win
Posted on 04/03/2011 4:26:33 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Former Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura, in an upcoming appearance on Piers Morgan Tonight, says former Alaska governor Sarah Palin will win the 2012 Republican presidential nomination.
Shes the type of person that certainly will be controlled by the status quo and the power structure. So shed make a perfect candidate for them, shell do what shes told, Mr. Ventura says.
The former Minnesota governor noted Ms. Palins reality show and her current contributions on Fox News, saying the Republican Party is grooming her.
The former Alaska governor has yet to announce a presidential campaign. Ms. Palin has noted in the past her interest in seeking the nomination.
In making the prediction, Mr. Ventura seemed to overlook two potential candidates from his home state: Rep. Michele Bachmann and former governor Tim Pawlenty. Both Ms. Bachmann and Mr. Pawlenty have noted their intentions to seek the presidency
Take too many shots to the head and this is what happens...
The drool bucket can’t be far away for ole Jesse
And Jesse is the type of person that will certainly make mindless generalizations while mugging for the cameras.
Well, the candidates that won't do what they are told (Ron Paul and Gary Johnson) won't do what FReepers tell them, either. :)
Thanks for the laugh.
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No, there aren’t two Palins. Only one (lucky) imbecile who also happened to be a former governor from the socialist state of Minnesota.
You show yourself to be no better than an Ozombie with your drooling, unreflective devotion to one candidate. Go pound sand, jerk!
Sarah Palin will win. ............... If she runs. Maybe she’ll run for the Senate seat in another state? Hmmmmmmm? Who knows the mind of a woman? (Not the Shadow, so forget it)
I think the lady has the qualifications and the skills to (at the very worst) make one hell of a run for it. And have for a while. And would entirely regardless of what Jesse Ventura thought about her. That said, I don’t see any sign whatsoever that she’s the type of person The Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Waste thinks she is. She in fact seems to have had most of her success not being the type of person that just goes along with the powers that be. And perhaps because of that, the GOP power structure has been...and I’m trying to be kind...somewhat less than universally enthusiastic about the prospect of her running for the presidency, let alone winning it. The idea that that’s all a bluff and they’re actually grooming her for 2012...Jesse, I say this because I care. If you don’t get help at Hazelden, get help somewhere.
Keep you personal attacks to yourself please. Vulgarities belong over at DU.
Perhaps an apology is in order.
All that vitriol blasted at someone who politely disagreed with your choice of candidate?
Ok, but... where do you see this particular point wrong? Why would Sarah Palin not win?
Differences that, on the whole, make a man more qualified than a woman for this highest office in the land doesn't mean there are not exceptions. Thatcher was an extraordinary leader of Great Britain, with the intestinal fortitude of a man, but she was a rare exception. Yes, there are more qualified men than Palin or Bachmann, but there's now a strange, novel type of "political correctness" in conservatism that makes say so verboten.
At least, Tribemike1, you stuck with the issue and gave your reasons why you do not agree with Jesse.
And very good points you made too
[We can do better than Ms. Palin folks...]
And your great white hope would be?????
Sounds like a response you'd hear from a Dummycrat.
Ever see the YouTube video "Libya vs Iraq"?
You should check it out. I just quickly thought of that just now. LOL!
We are not going to win without facts and information to use as rebuttals.
Agree....one of the worst ideas the republic fell for was women’s suffrage and my wife agrees.
You see, women tend to vote for “Prom king” while men vote for “commander-in-chief”. Women elected Clinton and Obama...they were prom-king like.
Also, of course it isn’t scientific, but many women acquaintences I have ....at work, church, etc....the vast majority do not like Sarah Palin. Guess what...100% of them are what you would call plain janes...not attractive at all. They see Sarah, very good looking, nice husband...and throw rocks at her. Women tend to cat fight over nothing.
Put up an ugly broad on the left...women will support her 60-40...republicans cannot win at that game.
We tried trailblazing with the Supreme Court, Condy Rice, ...it did us no good politically.
Dummycrat is rather sophmoric and worn out.