Skip to comments.GOP Group: Sarah Palin IS Qualified to Serve in White House
Posted on 07/29/2012 7:05:08 PM PDT by Impeach98
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I hate it when our own stab us in the back! Cheney is a VERY big disappointment. Shame on him.
With Mitt up in the polls...
Please let me in on how you know this??
I’d like to see him gone. But reality says.. He’ll be there till Nov 6th.
For the record. I would much rather vote for Palin over Mitt.
There’s going to be alot of disappointed Freepers. Sarah Palin is not going to be President, @ least this go-round.
I like her but it’s not going to happen. She’s too polarizing. Forget the Democrats .... within the Republican Party there’s a divide. Don’t even think about running a third party - Obama wins.
Does Sarah Palin really want to run for President ? I’ve never heard her state that or seen it in legitimate news.
We can start comparing her to the women that are notorious democrats such as Maxine Waters. I think it is insulting that this subject is brought up by the Republicans. The democrats aren’t wasting time justifying the hell-cats they have put in office.
I think Dick got the heart of a liberal...
it would make sense. They never used it so it was probably in great shape.
Sadly, it’s starting to affect his thinking.
Wake up and get real. Palin, as much as I love her, and wish she were our candidate, IS NOT GOING TO BE THE ONE GETTING THE NOD THIS YEAR!
I thought his daughter said she was.
Not in my book. Besides her background in Alaska (which is not as stellar as is sold here), when she quit her job to become a national player, that was the first strike. When she backed RINOS like Carly Fiorina, Juan McCain, Orrin Hatch, Pam Bondi, and Karen Handel, that was the second strike. When she decided to grandstand for a living instead of studying historic, regulatory, and economic background information to qualify for that office (as Reagan did), that was it for me. It demonstrated that she had no intent to do the homework to be truly qualified to be CIC.
bookmarking for later
I share your disappointment that Sarah isn’t running. However, I’m sure she carefully prayed about her decision before making it.
I’m disgusted with the GOPE, and that goes for that Michael Savage who basically said the same thing as Cheney. He goes so far as to all her “Mush, Mush.” Maybe I will start calling him “lush, lush.” Seems to me he has a drinking problem.
I’m sick of these blue bloods and their attacks on Sarah. However, I have one consolation, and I will quote the Bible - “touch NOT mine anointed, and do my prophets no harm.”
I’m not saying Sarah is a prophet - just that she is a child of God and He will fight her battles for her. And, those who oppose and speak evil of his children will also be brought to task. Vengeance is mine, and I will repay - saith the Lord.
I’m a realist and don’t expect group-think out of anyone, but Cheney should know better.
He may as well have said Sarah has no gravitas.
I can tell you that since 2008 she DID put in efforts to become more informed and engaged on many of the key issues of the day, and had a staff that worked to keep her informed and able to speak on some of the big issues of the day, and some of the complexities associated with them.
I too share your frustration with some of her endorsements (as you said John McCain and Orrin Hatch especially), but it's not fair to not also cite the dozens of other GREAT endorsements she made and the impact she had in helping anti-establishment candidates overcome their establishment opponents.
I understand we disagree on the larger point of whether she is well-suited for the White House (I believe she is and you believe she is not), however, she has a better track record of experience and a better perspective and understanding on the fundamentals of how/why this nation was founded and the thinking of our Founding Fathers than the current president - there's no comparison.
We’re less than 100 days out - it’s not going to happen.
I do believe Sarah should have a cabinet position, but I doubt that’s going to happen either.
“Sadly, its starting to affect his thinking.”
Anti-rejection meds do affect your thinking.
Please don't even suggest that Obama is anywhere near Sarah Palin's league.
Love it. You've correctly positioned those two people, although I doubt that Palin would find any need for a documented liberal on her cabinet.
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