Skip to comments.The Battle for the GOP Is On: Palin, Romney or Jindal
Posted on 11/30/2008 2:59:10 PM PST by lewisglad
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Personally I would like to see none of the above. We need a new Reagan. None of these are a new Reagan.
She won the endorsement of the Libertarian Party when she ran for governor of Alaska. No one ever doubted her fiscal conservatism until the MSM did their best to pigeon hole her as some rightwing theocrat nutjob.
Who minds a bit of cultism and magical garments?
The “battle” is all in the minds of MSM. They would like nothing better than an imbroglio between the contenders. GOP gains by avoiding a fight and instead pursue a strategy of positive push for your candidate without violating the 11th commandment.
I’d go with Mark Sanford from South Carolina, at this point.
Just let the media keep underestimating our gal. :)
In case you haven’t heard yet, Reagan died in 2004. He won’t be coming back any time soon.
Any author who says Ronmey would be a better choice than Palin or Jindal is clearly not a conservative. This piece has no credibility whatsoever.
Why is that unlikely? She can certainly do it if she wants to. Alaskans would support her in that endeavor.
Actually, Huckabee happened to Huckabee. Given a choice between an Evangelical Christian who is a religious bigot and and economic populist and an Evangelical Christian who is an economic conservative and is not bigoted against Catholics and Mormons, even Evangelical Christians will chose the later.
Huck needs to run for the Senate from Arkansas and forget about being president. Either that or just quietly go away.
I am solidly supporting Governor Palin.
Every time I see Newts name I think of him and 9% Pelosi sitting on the couch, cuddling up with their global warming chatter...... Newt is out.. he needs to sit on the couch with his third wife..
Huckabee is not a conservative by a long shot, and I think he is left of center on his religious views.
At least by this Christian Conservative.
“For instance, 24.4% Republican voters want Governor Sarah Palin to be the Republican candidate for president in 2012. Only 13.4% of all voters agree.
At the same time, Governor Mitt Romney ranks second among all voters, six points behind Palin, but leads among all voters (be it barely).”
That would be Democrats who are not voting Republican anyway, and moderates who don’t know what they want?
Why do we care what ‘all voters’ want?
Didn’t we go through this in the primaries when ‘all voters’ chose John McCain?
Sarah Palin/Ron Paul
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