The liberals have insisted on obsessing of the possibility that in November of 2012, they could wake up in the morning with a new America: one ready to move forward with President-elect, Sarah Palin.
It’s no secret, I am a massive Palin supporter. She’s energetic. She electrifies the ones who need inspiration to mobilize, turning their silence into endless wells of energy. If that isn’t enough, she continues to infuriate all the right people, too.
Just yesterday, a questionable Bloomberg poll was released which suggested that Barack Obama would trounce Sarah Palin in a national election. It placed Obama getting 51% of the vote with Palin getting 35% respectively.
Of course, every major news outlet has jumped on it including CBS and USAToday.
The MSM is so terrified of Sarah Palin just as they were terrified of Ronald Reagan. In fact, an article released by the NY Times in January of 1979, with numbers from a GALLUP poll stated the following:
WASHINGTON, Jan. 20–President Carter would easily defeat either former Gov. Ronald Reagan of California or former President Gerald R. Ford if the election were held today, according to the Gallup Poll.
But something else is coming into play here. This is just as much a campaign to discourage Republicans from electing true conservatives as it is discouraging Americans from providing support to Sarah Palin.
I would like to make it clear. While I am focusing on 2010’s midterms (as Palin allegedly is), I am watching the media more closely this time. I will not personally settle for another McCain.
Hucakabee is boring who also compared illegal immigration to slavery.
Romney is boring who passed his own state version of Obamacare.
Newt Gingrich is brilliant but lacks the energy which Palin is passing around to the grassroots who decide elections. In other words, people are more likely to be energized to come out and vote in her case.
The only other person I would consider at this point would be Chris Christie.
After a day of obessing about the poll mentioned here, Chris Matthews has a hissy fit when conservative strategist, Ron Christie, says that Palin is absolutely qualified to be President, especially considering what we have now.
The video is posted above.