Skip to comments.Pence for President
Posted on 01/03/2011 7:11:10 PM PST by teg_76
If confession is good for the soul, let me pour out my soul for you. As I stood at the beginning of 2008, I find myself in the same position here as we now begin the very real discussions of who should be the candidate for the GOP in 2012.
Let me be clear: I will support the nominee, whoever she or he may be.
But right now I am not excited by or inspired by any of them save Sarah Palin and, as much as I love Sarah Palin, I am adamantly convinced that she cannot win given the ridiculous smears and hate thrown her way by Democrats and, frankly, by a lot of Republicans. She has been made radioactive
(Excerpt) Read more at redstate.com ...
I just saw that this was already posted but the original poster didn’t put any keywords in it so I didn’t find it when searching.
The answer is Pence/Palin.
As I posted in the other thread this link my throw sand in Erick’ gears.
The best question is this:
DIDN’T PENCE LOSE THE REDSTATE POLLS TO CAIN AND PALIN?
And the arrogance of Red State of making endorsement even before the primaries!
I think he could be a surprise candidate when people hear his depth on critical issues.
Pence is a good guy. But it’s delusional to think that he could get more votes than Palin. He needs a lot more grooming, first. More executive experience, more exposure.
Sorry.....but it now appears that Pence is running for governor of Indiana
Come on people! What we need is the WH for 4 years beginning in 2012! Then our up and comers will be ready. Hate to say it but it points to McDaniels and/or Sen.Corbett.
Why? Pence is a good legislator.
But since when do legislators make great executives these days?
It’s so annoying.
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