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Is Sarah Palin Running? I Don’t Know, But I Wish She Would

Former Governor Sarah Palin is a wonderful example of conservatism. She worked her fingers to the bone for TEA Party candidates in 2010 and she will bring a fresh perspective to the race. For all those who “encourage” her not to run, I say, do not think your write-ups will affect her decision. She is me, a woman, a conservative, a mother, a wife and proud American citizen. When she speaks of the Federal Government, and Big Business, and Big Science, she says what I say, she thinks what I think and for that I thank her, because I know I am not alone in my thoughts. Sarah brings a special kind of energy to the Republican Party as she dismisses the Political Class of BOTH parties. I know she will do what is right for America, before she would consider what is right for her. Well Of Course Sarah Palin Needs A Bigger Venue, Does Anyone Remember 2008? I Do:

Sarah Palin’s Sept. 3 event has been relocated from Waukee to Indianola to better accommodate a larger crowd, organizers said.

Palin is the keynote speaker at the Tea Party of America’s “Restoring America” event, which is free and open to the public.

The event was originally scheduled at Hawkeye Antique Acres in Waukee. The event is now scheduled from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the National Balloon Classic field, east of Indianola.

There has been speculation that Palin, a former governor of Alaska and 2008 Republican vice presidential candidate, could use the event as an opportunity to announce whether she plans to run for president in 2012.

To Mark Levin I say, I hope you are right about her running, to others who would deny her that right, I say, you ought to keep an open mind.

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  1. I’d like to see both Sarah and Paul Ryan run. I know I’m in the minority on wanting more people in the race. Maybe it is because I am not “all in” for anyone just yet. To me, the more conservatives we have in there, pounding Obama back underground where he belongs, the better it is for America.

      • She would turn American Politics on its ear! Really, isn’t that exactly what American Politics needs? Not even looking at the possible outcome of the Primaries, her presence and her “straight from the heart” style will force the other candidates to raise their game. Bring it Sarah!

        • That she does! She gets inside of the lib’s OODA Loop faster than anything or anyone I’ve seen yet. Since she is so unpredictable in what she comes up with as a counter-argument, the lib’s are usually left drooling. I firmly believe she got so far into their heads when she was running as a VP that is why they came out of their collective basements they way they did.

          They saw her as an existential threat.

          With that being said, I’m in firm agreement with what you mentioned. Sarah P. could be so much more effective as a wild card. This would keep the lib’s off balance and up the expectations from the candidates on our side of the fence.

          Her best assets IMO are her straight talk and backbone to keep going on despite what is thrown at her. She could bring a lot of heat…

  2. I am a really big fan of Sarah Palin’s.
    Going even beyond her conservative creds I hugely admire her courage.
    My only concern in all of this is that we have a nominee who can actually win in the general. If that means our nominee is Daffy Duck, I will cheerfully campaign for him decked out in white feathers and a sailor hat.
    I am not at all convinced that Sarah Palin can win in the general. I ask myself if the LSM has achieved their goals and rendered her too toxic… then I do a mental Romney (a flip-flop) and think that there really isn’t much more they can do to her than they have already done. If she does get in, her votes would take away from Perry and Bachman so does that give the nomination to Romney whom I consider completely unable to prevail in the general?
    For me right now, it’s more about defeating the marxist than it is about who is our favorite conservative candidate. In other words, who can actually win?

  3. Not disagreeing, love Sarah, happy to have her Madame President someday someway, but I can’t imagine she wants to run against Perry nor he against her. Fear of base splitting and high mutual respect both working in this. I have the impression they met awhile back and choreographed for 2012. Yes they have had more than a few meetings in 2011. Then again if you want a friend in Washington get a dog, they say…

    • That has been at the back of my mind as well, jack. From the get-go, Sarah said she would only run if there was not a credible strong conservative running.

      But, the “will Perry run” game is played. Now it’s on to the “will Sarah/Ryan/Christie” run game. I’m not too fond of Christie on policy. Palin and Ryan would be more than fine.

      • Sarah, Michele and Rick each have never turned their back on tea partiers or tea party events. They have appeared at events and founded/attended tea party caucuses in flagrante delicto, to the horror of the LibDems and RINOs. Right now in the Repub primaries this is going to be kind of my litmus test on each candidate. I seriously wonder where Romney is on the tea party? Will he shake the hand of a teapartier or does he fear getting fleas? Does he consider the tea party as potential friendly voters/allies in the campaign in 2012? And same test Santorum, Paul etal?

  1. I’d like to see both Sarah and Paul Ryan run. I know I’m in the minority on wanting more people in the race. Maybe it is because I am not “all in” for anyone just yet. To me, the more conservatives we have in there, pounding Obama back underground where he belongs, the better it is for America.

      • She would turn American Politics on its ear! Really, isn’t that exactly what American Politics needs? Not even looking at the possible outcome of the Primaries, her presence and her “straight from the heart” style will force the other candidates to raise their game. Bring it Sarah!

        • That she does! She gets inside of the lib’s OODA Loop faster than anything or anyone I’ve seen yet. Since she is so unpredictable in what she comes up with as a counter-argument, the lib’s are usually left drooling. I firmly believe she got so far into their heads when she was running as a VP that is why they came out of their collective basements they way they did.

          They saw her as an existential threat.

          With that being said, I’m in firm agreement with what you mentioned. Sarah P. could be so much more effective as a wild card. This would keep the lib’s off balance and up the expectations from the candidates on our side of the fence.

          Her best assets IMO are her straight talk and backbone to keep going on despite what is thrown at her. She could bring a lot of heat…

  2. I am a really big fan of Sarah Palin’s.
    Going even beyond her conservative creds I hugely admire her courage.
    My only concern in all of this is that we have a nominee who can actually win in the general. If that means our nominee is Daffy Duck, I will cheerfully campaign for him decked out in white feathers and a sailor hat.
    I am not at all convinced that Sarah Palin can win in the general. I ask myself if the LSM has achieved their goals and rendered her too toxic… then I do a mental Romney (a flip-flop) and think that there really isn’t much more they can do to her than they have already done. If she does get in, her votes would take away from Perry and Bachman so does that give the nomination to Romney whom I consider completely unable to prevail in the general?
    For me right now, it’s more about defeating the marxist than it is about who is our favorite conservative candidate. In other words, who can actually win?

  3. Not disagreeing, love Sarah, happy to have her Madame President someday someway, but I can’t imagine she wants to run against Perry nor he against her. Fear of base splitting and high mutual respect both working in this. I have the impression they met awhile back and choreographed for 2012. Yes they have had more than a few meetings in 2011. Then again if you want a friend in Washington get a dog, they say…

    • That has been at the back of my mind as well, jack. From the get-go, Sarah said she would only run if there was not a credible strong conservative running.

      But, the “will Perry run” game is played. Now it’s on to the “will Sarah/Ryan/Christie” run game. I’m not too fond of Christie on policy. Palin and Ryan would be more than fine.

      • Sarah, Michele and Rick each have never turned their back on tea partiers or tea party events. They have appeared at events and founded/attended tea party caucuses in flagrante delicto, to the horror of the LibDems and RINOs. Right now in the Repub primaries this is going to be kind of my litmus test on each candidate. I seriously wonder where Romney is on the tea party? Will he shake the hand of a teapartier or does he fear getting fleas? Does he consider the tea party as potential friendly voters/allies in the campaign in 2012? And same test Santorum, Paul etal?

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