Skip to comments.Steve Schmidt: There is never a good time for Sarah Palin [VIDEO]
Posted on 03/03/2013 1:43:14 PM PST by 2ndDivisionVet
Republican strategist Steve Schmidt, the former campaign adviser to 2008 Republican presidential nominee John McCain, has repeatedly argued that the Republican Party should be more inclusive of almost everyone, it seems, except Sarah Palin.
On Friday nights broadcast of HBOs Real Time with Bill Maher, during its online Overtime segment, Schmidt tersely responded to a viewer question about McCains selection of Palin to be his running mate:
MAHER: Steve Schmidt, Is it possible you picked Sarah Palin the wrong year? Oh, my. Could she have swung the women vote in 2012 enough to have put Romney in the White House?
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Steve Schmidt always has and always will be a grand A jackass
The only return to a 2-Party system is to elect Conservatives, who will NOT go their knees for the Progressive Cause, as the RINO's/GOP-e picks have always done.
Interestingly, it's a demographic-based process, where you put up a token Black Candidate, and they automatically get the black vote?
Here, he shows his cards in that they think Women will vote for a ticket simply because a woman is on the Ballot.
Amongst the Democrat voterbase (the un-informed and parasitic voters) vote STRAIGHT (D), and it doesn't matter to them what yahoo is on the Ballot, if they are (D).
Couple the parasitic masses sheer numbers now, with the proven and un-relenting Voter Fraud, and there can be no gaining control by Conservatives in your lifetime, via the Ballot Box.
if you’re willing to be in the same room a maher, you’re a progressive not a republican and certainly not a conservative
bill maher is basically the poo flinging monkey in the zoo
In 1995, Steve Schmidt managed the unsuccessful campaign for Kentucky Attorney General of Will T. Scott, who is now a Justice of the Kentucky Supreme Court... In 1998, Schmidt ran California State Senator Tim Leslie's unsuccessful race for Lt. Governor of California. Also that year, he was the Communications Director for California State Treasurer Matt Fong's unsuccessful campaign to unseat U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer. In 1999, he was the Communications Director for Lamar Alexander's presidential run, leaving in June when the campaign reduced its senior staff.
Then there was the 2008 McCain presidential campaign. I'm sensing a pattern here.
We don’t need science to study what cockroaches would say to each other if they could discuss American politics.
I’d love to be “in the same room” with Mr. Maher and/or Mr. Schmidt for five minutes. Only one man would walk out, and it wouldn’t be either of them.
Governor Palin’s Reagan like effect on republican voters in 2008, seems to have been a wake up call to the Romney/Rove wing of the GOP, they instantly went into nuclear war and they have never let up.
The Romney/Rove wing may be destroying the whole party with their death before Reaganism commitment, a number of the biggest names of the GOP establishment actually started voting democrat in 2008.
What a buttwad. Juan McLame would have gotten conciderably less votes had Sarah not been his veep choice.
Looks like Jeb Bush’s winged monkeys have already received their orders.
Maybe instead of McCain choosing the “wrong” VP, he chose the WRONG ADVISORS
ditto with Mittens
How many losing campaigns do these people get to mismanage to continue a career as a “GOP strategist”?
What an ugly man.
So he’s our Bob Shrum?
I’m curious how Schmidt has the temerity to say anything negative about Sarah Palin, since it was PALIN who brought a measure of excitement to the GOP and catapulted the McCain campaign into the lead... This of course before McCain killed the whole effort by suspending operations.
Candidates in the future should shun Schmidt like a bad case of jock itch.. his success record is about as stellar as Bob Shrum’s on the dems’ side.
Palin/mcqueeg rally after Sarah Palin selection as VP ...
Hey loser Schmidt, a picture(s) tells 1,000 words.
I’m convinced that he’s a Democratic plant.
The Republicans at Schmidt's level want to be Big Government Democrats and they are losing badly with that strategy.