Evidence of a Potential Palin Landslide in 2012

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.

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6 thoughts on “Evidence of a Potential Palin Landslide in 2012

  1. Earlier this week on BBC World News, Donald Trump was in Scotland to pick up an honorary degree. Donald Trump refused to answer question about a possible run for the Presidency in 2012. The quesetion posed to him was not a joke no a matter of blind speculation.

    I have heard zero of this stateside. Is Donald Trump considering a run?

  2. Everyone is talking about it, John. He certainly has plenty of money.

    I know Newsmax reported that Palin had answered a handful of foreign policy questions. Subsequently, the MSM reports with sorrow that she has paid quite a bit in fees to outside consulting firms on that issue alone as well.

    Plus Palin is making all the stops like Iowa, California, campaigning everywhere plus her 2nd book is coming out in November while the energy from the midterms will still be brewing high and the left will not know what to do about it.

    If Donald is considering it, he needs to do similar things.

    My prediction is that Sarah will announce a candidacy after many other candidates have. But she definitely has a head start on the important parts of a prepared run:

    A.) She’s raised millions in cash.
    B.) She’s been all over the country all year.
    C.) She endorsed 24 winning candidates in the primaries.

    Plus, whichever of those 24 wind up winning the general next month will pretty much be solid Congressional endorsements for her in 2012.

    I’ve been agreeing with Ann Coulter for the longest time….why would Palin want to run when she’s making so much money doing what she’s doing now?

    But all signs do now seem undeniable. Sarah’s running.

    So, we’ll have to see how she and/or Donald will do in the primaries. My guess is, she’s working her fingers to the bone in getting prepared.

  3. I don’t see her as a very electable person unless Obama continues to decline and people vote for her because voting for him is not an option. She has no respect among people I know who are in the middle of the politcal divide.

    If Obama continues to weaken then his own party will sack him. If he can’t be Sarah Palin then his party will take him out.

    I know you really like Sarah Palin and I like her too. I don’t see has someone who can win.

  4. A lot of folks feel that way. But the longer the nation lives under liberalism, the better her chances get.

    If it’s not her, it should be someone like her. We shouldn’t be running anymore John McCains or Bob Doles hoping the left will attack them less.

    Even if we have to sacrifice seats in Congress this year (to keep out the Murkowskis and the Castles and the Scozzofavas) or even if he had to dreadfully deal with another four years of Obama, it’s far better than running these RINOs or allowing the left to scare us.

    They tore down SP for a reason. And they’ll do it to anyone else we love. Thatcher was very low in personal opinion polls as conservative as she was, yet she won for years. After 1979, the British were hungry for change though, and they got Maggie.

    If not Sarah, give us someone like Maggie or Ronnie and I will be thrilled. 😉

  5. http://www.despair.com/diversity.html
    Unrelated to the post but I saw this demotivator in an email and it just struck me as funny. Sadly true too.
    It’ll be interesting to see what happens with Palin. I like her but I don’t know how really electable she would be. A lot of people will pick people like a fantasy baseball league but when it comes down to voting, they fall back on what they know. I suppose that is how incumbents stay incumbent. For sure they will attack her because they don’t agree with what she says and she is not afraid to say it.
    Wait and see, AndyB, NH.

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