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To: lewisglad

“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).”


All voters?

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?


16 posted on 11/30/2008 3:09:03 PM PST by Sharrukin
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To: Sharrukin; lewisglad; Thunder Pig; Brilliant; GipperGal; ajay_kumar; humblegunner; Azzurri

Gov. Palin, at this moment in time, has been defined by the MSM. That is her public personna. It must be changed during the next two years for her to be an effective candidate in 2012.

Romney and Huckabee had their chances. Neither appeals to the broad majority of Conservatives.

Sarah Palin has a once in a political lifetime opportunity to go for the nomination in 2012 and has the time, four years worth, to set it up. Reagan tried in 1976 and missed; he had four years to set up for 1980, and WON!

Smart Conservative folks out there should be lining up to support Gov.Palin. She is the future of our party because she can bring people, who normally wouldn’t vote Republican, on board. She has a record of doing just that in Alaska.


40 posted on 11/30/2008 3:22:44 PM PST by SatinDoll (NO FOREIGN NATIONALS AS OUR PRESIDENT!!)
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