The election isn’t over yet – and the GOP are talking about her run in 2012
It seems like there is one section of the GOP who will not be blaming Palin for the loss of this election if that should happen. They are actively courting her as a runner in the future – to be the leader of the GOP and, most surprisingly, they want her to start electioneering on the day McCain loses the election.
And should McCain lose next Tuesday, the Alaska governor will have little time to take a breath.
“She would have to start the day after the election if she wants to run for president — there is no period where the election isn’t going on,” Frum said.
Is Frum serious? Bejesus the American people are sick of this election – starting another one the day after would, well – not look good.
But if they are [the Palin camp] about to launch an attack to take over the reins – what say John McCain? He is still running for president? If he isn’t should someone in the GOP say something to him? I mean, the guy is a bit warped but wouldn’t it be easier just to let him know not to bother any more?
(CNN) — Election Day is still days away, but Republicans are already caught up in a heated debate about Sarah Palin’s future role in the party should the GOP ticket fail to win the White House.
Sarah palin! Yes, her – the one who is so secretive and, could we say a little devious is going to be put forward as a potential presidential candidate?
Are the GOP stupid?
She isn’t ready now – and she won’t be ready in four years. The best thing for Sarah Palinis to go back to Alaska, resign and get a good paying job in TV – somewhere.
In one corner are some conservatives who believe the Alaska governor has been a detriment to John McCain’s presidential bid and threatens to lead the party astray for the foreseeable future.
Another faction says Palin’s core-conservative beliefs, demonstrated political acumen, and compelling frontier biography position her to reshape the face of a party now viewed by many voters as out of touch.
Palin isn’t a conservative – she is a wingnut – the very same people who took over the GOP when Reagan came to office – THAT is why John McCain can’t get along with them, because he isn’t one of them. Palin is!
Palin, like the wingnuts, believe in theocracy – and they will try to get rid of the US Constitution because that gets in the way of what they want. If you want that – then good luck to you – but before that could ever happen there would have to be a new civil war, and by that I mean a real shooting war, not a philosophical one. But that is incredibly unlikely.
Evangelicals are getting into the race now with a recent ad depicting that if Obama wins, the apocalypse will follow – well, if you never thought that they were nuts before – you may well want to rethink that.
(Warning): That link has a reference to James Dobson in it – the nutter who endorsed McCain [because McCain picked Palin, go figure].
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