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Sunday, June 20, 2010

SARAH IN 2012??

Some of my readers may disagree with me on this one, but this is something I'm been thinking about for a while now.  Sarah Palin may not be the perfect candidate should she take that step later on, but then that "knight in shining armor" is only a childhood fantasy that never steps on reality's stage; but at this moment in time it seems clear to this observer that Sarah Palin is far and away the best of those currently in the public eye.  I can think of no issues I disagree with her on.  She has remained true to her principles and not waviered in the face of blistering criticism not only from the left, but from many traditional Republicans on the right.  This alone endears her to me.  I am somewhat of a male chauvinist,  but Sarah has overcome that short coming in my character.  As of this moment she has my support for the 2012 run for president should she decide to take that course.

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9 comments:

Randy-g said...

So far she is on my short list too. Demint is my first choice.

Proof said...

Sarah's got a lot going for her, and she has more executive experience than the current resident of the White House (but then, she had that when she was still Mayor of Wasilla!).

Teresa said...

She is on my short list also. She is definitely my favorite. She has shown great tenacity and adhered to conservative principles and morals.

hbl said...

I agree. But, first, the balance in Congress needs to be shifted to the right.

Debbie said...

She's on my short list too, but there are several other good choices. In this political era, who would WANT to run for president. Whoever does will surely be treated horribly.

Debbie
Right Truth

Pedaling said...

I love Sarah Palin, though she wouldn't be my first choice for 2012.

christian soldier said...

Palin/Bachmann--at least in 2012 - we have a few Patriots who may run--
C-CS

My Rice Paddy Office said...

Palin-Bachmann 2012! The strongest, most common sense conservative ticket in American history bar none.

MK said...

I don't mind Sarah Palin, my only concern is that she will need more experience and skill than ever before.

Because even though it's not her fault, America will be so screwed over by the time obama is done, i'm not sure anyone has the skill to repair it.

However she will be held accountable for it.

None the less, if she is the candidate, i'd happily vote for her.