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Posted on 10/20/2008 7:55:52 PM PDT by dodger
Sarah Palin will be elected President in 2012, no matter what happens two weeks from now. She will, most likely, rise up when John McCain declines to run for re-election or, failing that, on her own as a direct candidate.
PALIN 2012, YOU HEARD IT HERE FIRST .... As endorsed by the Dodger!
Nah. Hunter will be. But that’s OK, he’s much more conservative anyway.
See my Tag Line :-).
Yes, yes! Palin-Jindal.
I agree Palin 2012!!
Todd Palin 2020!
Bertrand Russell was a misogynist pissant ...
I don’t see her having a shot at the Presidency. She made the mistake of actually answering questions instead of using the BS doubletalk that Obama uses to hide his inexperience. I think she’s (unfortunately) seen too much as a Dan Quayle type. Just my opinion.
Yes, if she switched her positions to be in line with Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama, then she would suddenly be a lot smarter.
lets start building a huge base!
Ahh... not quite...
If McCain Loses the MSM will BLAME it all on Sarah (Massive Onslaught Alert)
Monday, October 20, 2008 4:50:02 PM · 28 of 39
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I have zero doubt that McCain will be our next President and Sarah Palin will be our next Vice President. And then Sarah Palin will go on to be President.
Remember how Ronald Reagan was a national laughing stock? That’s what thew media said, and every teacher I ever had.
Think about it...seriously. If McCain/Palin lose, she'll return to a normal family life, and her good work for the people of Alaska. She will have been painted as "dumb" by the MSM, and the American electorate would have rejected her. Beyond that - she'd have to be asking herself, "why would I want to put myself through that again?"
Lastly, she likely to be re-elected to another term, be a leader in the NGA, and have very lucrative offers of exec slots from oil/gas corporations.
No, I think if they lose, we will have missed the opportunity. I don't think she'll pass this way again.
let’s convince her to help us start a NEW PARTY
Personally, I like and Respect hunter greatly, he is a conservative McCain to me in the respect of his and his families dedication to service to our country. I agree with him on about 9 out of 10 issues. But I can't see him getting the nomination. But you never know, Huckabee was an asterisk and then went on to a second place showing. Anything is possible.
But for me, I'm for the killa from wasila.
But Palin-Hunter does have a heck of a nice ring to it :)
Go back to du, troll.
I just love this woman to death. But no way she wins in 2012. If the PRO, Pelosi, Reed, Obama win this year, with all the giveaways to 50% of the country PLUS the buying off of big business with a way to shift their health care liabilities to the taxpayers, there is no way these guys lose for the next 20 years! Even to a wonderdul and great American (former definition of American) as Sarah Palin.
If Obama wins the election, it may very well be the last free election in our history. He, Congress, the courts, activists on the left, and the liberal media will all conspire to make sure that there is NEVER a shot for a Republican, much less a conservative. No, I think that real patriots will be forced to vote with bullets the next go around.
Let’s not go there! Let’s realign our party and take it back from the moderates and liberals!
Wow you joined just to say that?
Anyway, 4 years is a long time I guess we’ll see. Like Laura Ingraham said the other day, nobody else in the Republican party can fill stadiums regularly. 10’s of thousands show up at rally’s, record breaking tv ratings. They can’t all be people tuning in because they want to laugh at the moron.
Reagan came within a whisker of winning the GOP nomination in a hard fought and draining race. He went on to win the nomination and the presidency in 1980. And BTW, the media painted him as a loony wingnut and a dunce too.
She is tough and a fighter. In 2012 she will of had 1 and a 1/2 terms as Governor, a total of 20 years Electoral Experience as well as experience in running a business (as well as being a sports caster like a certain other Governor). She will of had more experience in public office then Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush combined. As well, she will have experience running on a national ticket and can learn from her experiences in the race. She can draw out huge crowds and rake in dough. She is the next Reagan.
I agree this is very likely.
After two years of unbridled hard left Dimo-socialism, the populace will vote in enough Republicans to turn one or both the houses of Congress back to the Republican side in 2010, then in 2012, Omama will be ridden out of town just like Carter was.
Sarah Palin has captured the country with her charm and charisma but also the minds of the country with her brains, energy and achievements. I think she’ll be a shoo-in to be the first female President in U.S. herstory. (Pun intended)
“Personally I think Palin is finished after Nov 4th. Shes made herself into a national laughing stock so... unless she can re-invent herself...”
I think if in 2012 she is at the top of the ticket it would be hard to stop her. Why? 4 years of getting up to snuff, name recognition through the roof, 4 years of people being tired and disgusted by Obama (if he wins this time). Nuff said.
Just in Alaska visiting family well tied to the Republican Party ... the McCain team has spent the week visiting locals with an eye on Sarah Palin as a possible VP. Whether all that happens this elective year or not, Sarah Palin will be President in 2012. Hoo-haa!!
19 July 2007
Well, talking to Mr. Hunter this weekend, I’m of the firm opinion he will be ready to serve the country again in the future. Right now he wants to get back into private life.
Palin is a bright spot, to be sure. But she needs a Hunter guiding her, not a Mccain.
Exactly. And the Governor is not at all like Quayle. She held her own against the old fogey Senator in the VP debate. Her star is as bright as it’s ever been. The campaign really screwed up in hiding her as they did early on and in how they sold her. They really should have emphasized her experience on the oil and gas commission and on negotiating that pipeline deal. But whatever, she’s rocking the campaign trail now.
Annie, I beg to differ. She has the mojo ... remember how the LSM hooted off Reagan (& Sarah ain’t no Dan Quayle)?
She will continue to rise beyond the MSM and connect directly with the American people ...
I know the Romney people won't give up so easy. I also know the punditry will come at us pretty hard, so we're gonna have to have one of those patented Barack Obama Spines of Steel ™ to make it happen.
The Democrats are only in the position they are now because they don't like how the GOP has governed. Same thing as 1994. Remember how everyone was talking about a permanent Republican majority until a few years ago? Nothing is permanent in Politics.
1) actually no I didn't hear it here first, and
2) can we flippin' wait until this year is over to start this carp?
How thoughtful of you to sign up here yesterday to enlighten us with your head-up-your-buttedness.
RE: “Think critically”
My critical thinking skills led me to this one question: Are you banned yet, troll?
If he does decide to run again in 2012, he would do himself a great favor if he led Conservative Opposition to the socialist majority in the house. It would showcase his leadership skills and get his name out to the American People.
Slow day at DUmmies R US?
Number one: Where did you first hear it? Number two: As I said, NO MATTER WHAT HAPPENS THIS YEAR ...
Gee, some folks just do not listen very well. Hoo-haa!
How about concentrating on McCain-Palin 2008!
Well focused on this election. Still, as I said, NO MATTER WHAT HAPPENS THIS YEAR ...
I think if McCain wins and decides to be a one termer, you’re right.
I think if McCain loses he takes Palin down with him as far as national ambition goes.
She would return to Alaska and be out of the public eye. She will be great for GOP fundraising since the base loves her, but she wouldn’t get out of the 2012 GOP primaries unless she is the incumbent VP going for the presidency and McCain is retiring.
Most presidents are two termers, so if Obama wins, odds are he will be a two termer.
I remember Nick, you are spot-on. It’s history repeating itself.
I'm with you but I don't know how you have zero doubt. I figure it's about as likely as not, far from zero doubt.
He has led the charge against the RINOs and socialists for 27 years. Including this asinine bailout that just passed. But he is retiring in Jan to do some real work.