Skip to comments.Karl Rove questions Sarah Palin's suitability for president (in the British "Telegraph")
Posted on 10/27/2010 5:17:05 PM PDT by Will88
"Expressing the strongest public reservations about the conservative star made by any senior Republican figure, Mr Rove said it was unlikely that voters would regard someone starring in a reality show as presidential material."
(Excerpt) Read more at telegraph.co.uk ...
Rove, the bastard.
Mark Levin just mentioned this on is who, and I couldn’t find that it had been posted yet.
Rove is afraid of Sarah. If she prospers, he will no longer be one of the most powerful insiders.
Yeah, and I would never vote for a former Hollywood actor for President either. /s
I agree with Rove.
Go Chris Christie. Go Marco Rubio. I would like to see Christie or Rubio for 2012.
Somebody needed to serve out their term as Alaska Governor. This reality show stuff is nonsense.
Glad to see Rove going after Palin the way he went after Obama and his ilk ... oh, wait ..... never mind ...
Rove should take a hike and retire from politics, now!
Looks like Rove is Mitt’s bitch now. I wonder what he cost.
I think the problem is bigger than that. The problem is that both parties are strongly influenced by the Globalists. I am not saying there is no difference in the parties, but there was a "fix" prior to the last election and there were those (many) in both parties that were in on it. They are scared to death that someone is going to spoil their little party. Palin is not one of them, yet. Nor are TEA Party supporters.
It was already posted.
Oh but damn, here we are with the worst President in history and thanks much to your cowardly, compassionate conservatism. Now that thar Karl-man was the failure that gave us the Democrat/Socialist gift now destroying our nation. You sir can STFU.
Who cares what that toad Karl Rove says. He paved the way for 0bama. If the GOP wins next Tuesday it will not be any of his work that made it possible. Also, I can’t stand the way he pronounces “Warshington.”
I really don’t think Fox News should be providing a platform for someone who can’t resist his urge to trash candidates he doesn’t approve of. He is no longer an analyst (if he ever was), but is some sort of political operative trying to damage Republicans who don’t meet his approval.
Fox should can this guy and let him do his dirty work without Fox as his major platform.
Heck with this stuff. I think anyone who wants to make a run, should run. Lets let the campaign’s and debates decide who we prefer.
Don’t forget we also need to change how our candidates are picked.
The usual states need to go to the back of the line. We also need to restrict who gets to vote in the primaries.
NO ONE is going to hand Palin the nomination.
She will have to earn it like anyone else.
If she is up to it (which I believe that she is) she will do well in the primaries, if she is not, she will get run over.
You stating your negative opinion about her now does NOTHING but harm her further, and gives democrats talking points against her in the future (ie. Even Rove doesn't think she is qualified, ect..)
So please follow the golden rule in regards to all future or potential republican nominees
Somebody had to get down here to the lower 48 and lead this 2010 Tsunami, and that somebody hosting an 8 part documentary on Alaska is smart to do it, as the former Governor of the state, the show will be positive for her and her state of Alaska.
It isn’t like she is the host for the TV cowboy shoot em up, Death Valley Days.
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