To: Brices Crossroads
Rightly or wrongly, Sarah Palin was damaged beyond electability in 2008. I’d vote for Trump/Palin, many on FR would, but the country at large would not. I hate that this is true, but it is.
You are correct. Too polarizing. And she would scare away most crossover voters, which republicans will need against either Hill or The Communist.
posted on 04/03/2016 12:38:36 PM PDT
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Unfortunately I agree. I would love to see a Trump/Palin Administration but there is now way that duo would get elected in a general. Nearly every woman in America hates Sarah Palin with a passion. I mean literally hates her. I've learned never to bring up Sarah Palin in the company of women because so many of them get utterly hysterical with rage.
As a man, I can't understand why. But I think it's the jealousy factor. Sarah is over 50 years old and she looks fantastic and very feminine. Normally when women get over 50, they cut their hair short and stop wearing dresses and skirts. They do not like older women like Sarah Palin showing them up. That's just my theory anyhow.
posted on 04/03/2016 1:17:27 PM PDT
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To: RegulatorCountry; Brices Crossroads
Rightly or wrongly, Sarah Palin was damaged beyond electability in 2008. Id vote for Trump/Palin, many on FR would, but the country at large would not. I hate that this is true, but it is.
I'll go after ANYBODY on FR that trash-talks Palin, but the Media DeathStar, while it was unable to destroy her, has made her BEYOND radioactive politically at a national level.
She can still influence state & local elections, which is why I said the Media DeathStar was unable to destroy her. Eff those treasonous effing effers.
posted on 04/03/2016 1:44:44 PM PDT
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