Sarah had her time in the spotlight and she failed....let’s get someone new in there.
I’m all for Jindal in 2012. However if Obama has a great 4 years, any candidate willing to run against him will be hurting their chances in 2016.
Boy.... the anti Sarah factions are coming out in this thread.
I see no issues with starting a PAC(s) right now. Romney, Huckster, et al have them.
I am a Sarah suppporter right now, but I’ll be willing to wait this thing out. However, unless she comes out for amnesty and/or bailouts, she’s my candidate going forward.
*Sarah had her time in the spotlight and she failed....lets get someone new in there.
Im all for Jindal in 2012. However if Obama has a great 4 years, any candidate willing to run against him will be hurting their chances in 2016.*
I don’t like that logic at all. By that logic Ronald Reagan would’ve never become president nor Abraham Lincoln for that matter. One could flip that logic and say she’s tested candidate. As far as El presidente-electo having a “great” 4 yrs-—if he institutes even a quarter of his true agenda he won’t have a decent 2 yrs in office. I’ll never forget the dems started running against Bush I back right after his triumphant/victorious state of the union address following his Gulf war success and 90% approval rating. 2 1/2 yrs later he was barely able to scrape together 38% in a 3-way race. We got a nobody named Bill Clinton and the rest is history. No, I beg to differ.....Run Sarah Run!!!
I like Jindal fine but he’ll be too young to run for POTUS in ‘12...only 41. He’d be a great VP candidate, however, IF he is a successful governor in LA. He’s been in office for what, a year and a half? Sarah must also win re-election in AK, and I think the media and BHO “hit squad” will be targeting her in ‘10.
Re: Sanford....he puts me to sleep. Going against the One, we need a candidate with charisma, someone who is a “media star” (I know, I know...unfortunate as it is, that seems to matter a great deal in this day and age). Right now, only Palin and Jindal fit the bill.
Those are the talking points of the liberals and the GOP (who want her off the radar, too conservative) and she was more successful than anyone except Obama.
That's why she must be marginalized before it's too late.