Skip to comments.Mark Levin: Sarah Palin NOT running in 2012
Posted on 10/05/2011 3:17:46 PM PDT by TheBigB
Take it for what you will...posted on Mark's page just now: BREAKING: GOVERNOR SARAH PALIN TELLS MARK LEVIN SHE IS NOT RUNNING FOR PRESIDENT IN 2012.
Extend grace to those who frequently wouldn’t do the same...wise advise. Not easy, but wise.
Have a heart. LOL
As long as she was a potential candidate she was relevent --- and marketable.
You sound pretty reasonable to me freshman—welcome to FR.
Perch and rotate.
Go Hermie! You da man.
Perhaps. She may re-donate the money to the eventual nominee. Or use it to support various House races that are too small to garner national attention.
I'm willing to give her the benefit of the doubt and say that she was ready to jump in if the time was right. Between the media attacks and the sheer number of candidates, it's hard to blame her for dropping out.
Hey, it was a great dream but you don’t always get what you want. Fortunately there are a couple of good back up choices. Not sure where all this Romney winning with 25% is coming from. The Tea Party still has something to say about the winner of this battle.
Hate it when Kraut/Kristol get to gloat.
Pray for America
I think it would be cute to transform the "c" into an "r".
Partially that's because I think it confers an air of dignity. "Mister Cain"
Sane conservatives don't vote for liberals of any stripe... Democrat or Republican! And the proof is all over FR.
FINALLY we can get past all the silly “wait till Palin joins the race comments” and focus on who is actually running.
Your country continues (as it has been for about 3 years) to be under assault. Think about this great Republic and what each of us can do to save it. Respectfully.
Yep- he’s on ascendency. Strong message, right message.
I have liked other lessers but he is breaking away from the pack.
I don’t go with the lead pony; but he is a real conservative who is gaining momentum.
Bummer for SP but it’s about the best run for the USA.
I understand the frustration. I love Palin, but I did not become a Palin-Waiter (as opposed to a Palin-Hater).
I learned a lesson long ago about expectations. Expectations are the largest cause of stress and arguments in our lives, especially in our marriages.
Many times we expect something, but it does not happen and it hurts.
Ask yourself, why did I expect this? What made me expect this? Why should I expect this to happen?
Get a handle on your expectations and your life improves dramatically.
Yes. But Perry declared two months ago, and his lack of organization has already shown. It's no coincidence that Romney, who has never really dismantled his organization from 2008, is the lead horse at this point. I'm not saying that Romney will win, but he has a serious advantage because of his team. Romney has his crap together. Sarah doesn't. So far, Perry doesn't appear to, either.
I hope her time comes in 2020 after two Cain terms. Sarah was my first choice, but I was wavering between Cain and Palin. A Cain-Palin ticket would be great, but maybe her working to get like-minded candidates elected to the House and Senate will serve the nation better while still being able to tend to her wonderful family.
Kudos to Sarah.
I’m betting that she realized she has a hard time being elected and did the selfless thing, stepping into the background and letting someone else take up the conservative mantle.