Skip to comments.GAME ON: Sarah Palin talks about 2012
Posted on 11/11/2008 2:56:18 PM PST by TheFourthMagi
Essentially, she affirms being excited about the prospect and says that if the door is open, she will go through it. I say conservative supporters of Sarah Real Deal Palin help push that 2012 door open for her by establishing websites, talking with friends, posting articles, writing letters to the editor, and such. Video here. Make no mistake, the day will come when the North Star will be asked, "Sarah, are you running for President in 2012?", and the answer will come in two iconic words:
Palin/Jindal 2012 ... the SECOND “historic” election in a row. We can do this!
Just what we need to guarantee 8 years of Obama...surely we can do better than this...
Newt said he will consider 2012 too.
Sarah Palin / Mike Pence 2012.
Hunter? Dead letter ... Jindal as VP ... sure.
Hunter, Thompson, you guys need to understand that these guys (no matter how conservative) are un-electable...
You need to stop with the BUMBLERS, you need to start looking at PEOPLE who can Deliver a MESSAGE without tripping over his own words, you need to elect people who are exciting to listen to!
Jindal...and the younger Republicans are now needed...
The proof is in OBAMA! He is a ZERO and is now President...
Socialist Bailout: Palin for, Hunter against
McCain’s Amnesty Plan: Palin for, Hunter against
Fighting fictional “global warming”: Palin for, Hunter scoffs
Military knowledge: Palin C, Hunter A+++
I, for one, would commit my time and my resources to her candidacy. Whether you do or not wouldn't change that. There is simply no one in the recent past or on the horizon, except her who can become the focal Icon that we need.
That’s right. The idiots nominated a RINO and he couldn’t even beat a marxist.
Nope. Hunter is the most qualified man to be CIC, bar none.
Does this mean another bloated government program?
I know she has a lot of great qualities, foremost her position on drilling. But I want to see more of her record as governor during these four years before I commit to her as POTUS.
Hunter has about as much charisma as Bob Dole.
Hey, I don’t care, I’d vote him. But the electorate obviously does, Exhibit A: Obama.
I don’t get the Hunter thing.
I mean I get it, I voted for him in the primaries, but I don’t get it for 2012. He’s retired, isn’t he? He had his chance this time and didn’t get anywhere.
Might as well say “B-1 Bob” Dornan/Jindal.
The Sarah/Bobby team will go to the White House. The only question is whether it’s in ‘12 or ‘16.
She jumped the shark when she came out for amnesty and global warming legislation. Sarah can stay in Alaska.
As VP candidate, Palin, of necessity, had to pretty much mirror her Prez candidate’s (McNutt) main positions. That’s how the game is played.
I think it is fair now that this campaign season is over to give her a chance to elucidate her own positions on these major issues.
Having to support McCain’s positions during a campaign by virtue of being his running mate in that campaign is not in any way shape or form tantamount to actually holding those positions.
She was not for the bailout personally, is is the primary advocate in America for development of natural resources.
I have nothing against Hunter who is also awesome. He fought hard for border security, and he has my admiration and respect.
Except Hunter will be 64, not 74. And after Obama, we will absolutely need a genuine Reaganite Defense Hawk that will take on not only jihadism but losses of sovereignty, the Chicoms, the Russians, American Industrial prowess, the IRS, the Dept of Education, illegal aliens, etc.
Hunter stands alone.
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