Will Sarah Palin Jump In The 2012 Presidential Election RaceBy Debra Wilson on November 3, 2011, 11:12 am
If Palin doesn’t capture the Republican nomination next year, Obama would stand less of a chance to carry either state. The Insight poll of Georgia tested Obama against three other frontunners for the GOP nod — Mike Huckabee, Mitt Romney, and Newt Gingrich — all of whom topped him. iDevice News Huckabee and Romney led Obama by five and six points respectively, about the same margin by which McCain carried the state in 2008.
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A wild card people seem to forget about, is the fan boys. Look at Ronald Reagen, he had a large fan base from his film career, that helped to lead him to the oval office.
Is Tea Party Behind Palin
I agree 100% . Like the Tea Party movement, there is an under lying slightly detected movement that wants Obama out, and see the disaster he is. His lack of values, his snubbing of the Christian faith, and Israel. His record that the MSM ignores as much as they ignore Sarah Palins true record. People believe he will say anything if it is politically expedient. He is the King of double speak. On the other hand there is an undeniable sense that Sarah Palin is that rare breed an honest politician with a moral compass and strong conviction that indicates that she will do what she says. Those that truly look at her and listen to her come away with a belief that there stands one among us being prepared for true greatness.
Polls Favor Obama
The polls are the latest findings to show that Palin would likely get blown out in a general election against Obama. In recent weeks, polls found Palin up by just one point in the Republican strongholds of Texas and and Nebraska, while trailing by seven in another red state, South Dakota. No Democratic presidential nominee has carried South Dakota or Nebraska since 1964, when President Lyndon Johnson won all but six states.
While Palin prides herself on her patriotic values, Bachelor questions whether the one-time vice presidential contender knows the difference between patriotism and nationalism. iPhone 4S Jailbreak The author also questions how Palin can have dual allegiances to the Republican Party and Tea Party movement, and how millionaire financial backers have boosted her public image.