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To: Bidimus1
24 I may be one of the few, I agree with Palin on lots but when she quit as Gov. due to the “press” she quite being a viable candidate to me. ...

Agreed. It is apparent to me that she has not invested her time in becoming more informed. I wish her and her family well. She is great as a cheerleader, and I mean that positively, but she does not have gravitas. The media crucified Gingrich. I don't see her overcoming them in a campaign.

45 posted on 01/25/2013 3:03:39 PM PST by MacNaughton
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To: MacNaughton

The media crucified Gingrich.
They crucified him twice, once when he was speaker,
then again during the nomination process, he still
ran.

Mrs.Palin and her entire family were dragged over
the coals to the point it was affecting her job
as governer, she chose to step down to allow
the state to continue. She will still run...
and with our help WIN!

I certainly don’t count her out, she owes them for
what they did to her as they say, success is the
best revenge.

Palin UNCHAINED !!!


52 posted on 01/25/2013 3:14:12 PM PST by tet68 ( " We would not die in that man's company, that fears his fellowship to die with us...." Henry V.)
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To: MacNaughton; dforest; cripplecreek

Governor Palin is the most influential republican in America, the leader of the conservative movement, and the most influential endorsement in history, and doing all that while being opposed by the democrat party, the Romney/Rockefeller wing of the GOP, and the media.

I would say that she is doing something right, she has political skills and insights that are beyond measure.

While the establishment and rinos were going down in flames with Mitt Romney and the resulting disaster of the 2012 presidential race, Palin gave us our only Senate seat pick up, in Nebraska, and gave us Senator Ted Cruz.


67 posted on 01/25/2013 4:02:21 PM PST by ansel12 (Cruz said "conservatives trust Sarah Palin that if she says this guy is a conservative, that he is")
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To: MacNaughton

“Agreed. It is apparent to me that she has not invested her time in becoming more informed. I wish her and her family well. She is great as a cheerleader, and I mean that positively, but she does not have gravitas. The media crucified Gingrich. I don’t see her overcoming them in a campaign.”

The word “gravitas” gave you away. You over educated professors need to do a better job at guarding your speech when speaking to those of us who only possess common sense. Common sense helps one to understand and appreciate Palin as a leader whether it be cheerleader or POTUS.


98 posted on 01/25/2013 6:51:13 PM PST by selfdefense
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To: MacNaughton
Good evening. Welcome to FR.

It is apparent to me that she has not invested her time in becoming more informed.

To imply that you are?

Methinks you should lay low for a while.

5.56mm

108 posted on 01/25/2013 8:08:59 PM PST by M Kehoe
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To: MacNaughton

I am so sorry to see that you are so visually impaired. Do you have a braille keyboard and monitor? Do your pings chirp to alert you to replies to your posts? Do you receive government disability checks...because you absolutely qualify.


112 posted on 01/25/2013 8:40:28 PM PST by MestaMachine (Sometimes the smartest man in the room is standing in the midst of imbeciles.)
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To: MacNaughton

well, we just ran a ticket of two guys that had gravitas coming out their a—, and they got crushed.

so...I don’t really know that having gravitas matters.

If the economy tanks on Obama in 2015-2016 like it tanked on Bush in 2007-2008 she or any other Republican would waltz into the WH.

The media didn’t crucify Newt. He won big in SC and had all the momentum in the world, then he failed to put Romney away in 2 debates and started talking about the Moon.

I’m not saying she, wouldn’t overcome it, but I don’t know. I don’t see why she wouldn’t have just as a good a chance as Christie, Rubio, Jeb Bush, Santorum, whoever else you want to name.

I think if she does run, it’ll be similar to what would have happened if she ran last time. All or nothing. Either she’ll acquit herself well and do fine in the debates and will win going away...or she’ll completely implode and flame out a la Rick Perry. There won’t be an in between.


121 posted on 01/25/2013 9:55:34 PM PST by jeltz25
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To: MacNaughton

Governor Palin was a successful and popular Governor, with consistent approval in the 80s, even reaching 93%.

Governor Romney was a failed Governor, who had to give up on reelection, who weakened his state party, and who left office with 34% approval, leaving the seat to the democrats.

He followed that up with losing to Mike Huckabee and McCain, and then to Jimmy Carter the II, he was a goof ball cult guy, who’s money has never been able to buy him gravitas.


125 posted on 01/25/2013 10:57:47 PM PST by ansel12 (Cruz said "conservatives trust Sarah Palin that if she says this guy is a conservative, that he is")
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