Rush: Palin would wipe the floor with Obama

Rush reads a great piece over at Legal Insurrection entitled We Just Witnessed The Media’s Test Run To Re-Elect Barack Obama. The premise is that if Republicans are going to allow the Left to pick our candidates for us by letting them destroy the ones they don’t like, just as they are trying to do to Sarah Palin with this false narrative from the AZ shooting, then we might as well hang up our chances of victory in 2012.

Rush summarizes the article this way:

The Left is terrified of [Sarah Palin]. The Left knows that she would wipe the floor with Obama. Our intelligentsia on the Right-Wing know that she would wipe the floor with Obama. That’s what all of this means. …

The point of this is that if Republicans are going to sit by and watch Palin savaged, they’d better be prepared to sit by and watch the next one get savaged; and the next one because that’s what’s coming.

And it just gets better after that. Enjoy!

I know the author of Legal Insurrection comes by once in a while so allow me to say kudos to him on a great article.

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  • Anonymous

    Yes, he’s the “quicker picker-upper.”

    • Anonymous

      What is this about?

      • Anonymous

        It’s a take-off on a paper towel commercial.

  • Sankjack

    Do we want 2012 to be about Obama and the Democrats or about Palin and the media? I want a candidate who can win.

    • Anonymous

      Palin can beat Obama. She almost beat him single-handedly in 2008. Until the McCain operative morons made inane decisions. And the top of the ticket himself self-destructed.

      Apparently you didn’t listen to Rush’s show.

      • Anonymous

        You got that right about 2008. If it weren’t for Palin McCain would have lost by a lot more than he did.

        • Anonymous

          You mean if it weren’t for McCain, the ticket might have won.

          • Mediaccess

            No, that’s not what he means! McCain was a RINO! And a lousy campaigner!

    • Anonymous

      Palin can win. Do you know anything at all about Sarah Palin? Have you read anything at all about her political career? Do you have any idea what it took for her to win the Governor’s race in Alaska? This is a serious question. I’m not baiting you.

      There is a story floating around today about how Palin may be putting out feelers in Iowa. The story was funny to me for one reason. It mentioned how people assumed Palin would be doing a “30,000 foot campaign” relying on the media to propel her to victory and how you can’t win Iowa that way. These feelers she supposedly put out were to let people know she would be doing an on the ground campaign. How shocking that would be. Everybody just thought Palin thought she could win Iowa without actually campaigning there much.

      Sarah Palin worked day and night traveling all over Alaska to win the race for Governor. She once drove 12 hours, one way, just to meet people in a small Alaska town that had something like 112 residents.

      Iowa? Piece of cake for Palin. They’ll love her. If Obama doesn’t get away with the dirty tricks he pulled on Hillary in Iowa, or one of her Republican challengers doesn’t pull the same dirty tricks, she’ll win in a landslide.

      The worst case scenario if Palin makes to the general election is another 1960. But I don’t think the margin will even be close enough to let Democrat dirty tricks make a difference.

    • jimr3

      “I want a candidate who can win.”

      Okay fine, name me a conservative candidate with executive experience that the MSM won’t attack.

      The fact is, their is no conservative candidate that exists the MSM will ever give a fair shake to. Read the Legal Insurrection piece. But the difference between Palin and most other conservatives is that she fights back. I won’t a conservative who is not afraid of the media or the left.

      • Anonymous

        I agree, I want someone fresh, new out of the traditional main stream choices. The thought of Huckabee, Romney etc make me puke. George Freakin Allen is back in the arena and that makes me sick to know we will have to put up w/him running. I am hoping the T-Party will strike again and blow him out of the water.

        Donald Trump would be a good one, I used to laugh at him, but after listening to his plan I was definitely interested in a possibility. Allen West another. Republicans have some talented people that would be up a great administration if they could just support each and get over themselves….and grow some balls. I have never understood how hawkish they are about war, and yet so weak here at home. As far as the media not attacking, they would attack your grandmother if it would keep the dems in the WH.

    • jimr3

      “I want a candidate who can win.”

      Okay fine, name me a conservative candidate with executive experience that the MSM won’t attack.

      The fact is, their is no conservative candidate that exists the MSM will ever give a fair shake to. Read the Legal Insurrection piece. But the difference between Palin and most other conservatives is that she fights back. I won’t a conservative who is not afraid of the media or the left.

    • Anonymous

      Sarah Palin is the only candidate who could defeat Obama….

    • Mediaccess

      Palin will beat Obama on issues, character and on and on! NO MORE RINOS, NO MORE COMPROMISES!

  • Anonymous

    I’m a huge fan of Sarah’s, and I hope Rush is right. But the evil tactics that have been employed against her, and which the Regime Media has gotten away with, are off the chart. The American people still haven’t fully awakened to it all. I fear Sarah could be destroyed by the Satanic bast**ds

    • Anonymous

      So fight back. Look up 2 Timothy 1:7, which is a verse Sarah wished for us all in her New Year’s facebook post. And quoted again on Hannity’s show Monday night.

      The ONLY way Sarah can win is if We the People fight back against the … what you called them.

      • Anonymous

        I wonder if you guys know what we’re up against. We’re outnumbered worldwide, and the forces of evil are huge. It’s David and Goliath all over again. Before you say, “David beat Goliath!”, look it up…. and what happened afterward. David was running for his life after that; and for many years. I’m all for fighting, and I’ll never give up, but just know that without a miracle from God, there’s NO WAY we can prevail. As long as Sarah and her family understand this, I say “Go for it!”

        • Anonymous

          Out entire history is replete with miracles of God that saved our nation and our American liberty.

      • Anonymous

        It’s really important that those of us who know how to pray the effective prayers of a righteous person do so!!!

        • Rev_in_Co

          Amen!!!!!

        • Rev_in_Co

          Amen!!!!!

  • jimr3

    Right On, Right On, Right on!!!!!!

  • Anonymous

    Rush has simplified the Drive By media motives re: Palin; they loathe her because they fear her. Look folks, this mess didn’t happen overnight. WE fell asleep under the tree of prosperity; woke-up to a sharp stick in the eye and The Messiah asking if we’d like another. Palin may/may not be the Republican candidate in 2012. The focus MUST be on the GOP leadership/agenda of The House/Senate. Stick to that which effectuates the most pressing issues: defund, investigate, prosecute….repeat

  • Owenay

    There’s another fantastic article about ‘The End of Sarah Palin’ over at Big Journalism. I recommend checking it out.
    http://bigjournalism.com/mikemetroulas/2011/01/19/is-palin-done-they-wish/

  • Owenay

    There’s another fantastic article about ‘The End of Sarah Palin’ over at Big Journalism. I recommend checking it out.
    http://bigjournalism.com/mikemetroulas/2011/01/19/is-palin-done-they-wish/

    • Anonymous

      Already I am excited to read it!! just the title alone: “Is Palin Done? They Wish.”

  • las

    In Canada, Frum is a Liberal. He would be in the Canadian Liberal Party of Harvardian Michael Ignatieff. Ignatieff the titanic equivocator who was part of the quisling “me too” political elites in kissing up to Obama for ten minutes of the Great One’s time as Zero was boarding Air Force One leaving Ottawa. Frum is of this brand.

    When Frum is interviewed by the CBC, Canada’s left-wing state media organ, he is held up as the sound and soothing moderate voice of American Republicanism. Frum is a fraud and he’s looking more and more out of touch each day. He represents something not even in the region of American Conservatism. But I wax ad-hominem. Next time I’ll wax specific.

    David Frum… what a farce.

  • Anonymous

    Palin will have a problem partly because of people like Dick Morris and people like him.

    From an article by him.

    Perils of Palin.

    After Tucson shootings, Sarah Palin’s unfavorable rating in the CNN poll rose from 49% before the midterm elections to 56% now. It was not the left wing charges that Sarah Palin had somehow incited the Tucson shooter by her aggressive political rhetoric that did her damage. Polls show that voters discounted these statements and even Congressman Giffords’ husband has made clear that there was no political motive involved. It was Palin’s response to these attacks that got her in trouble. Her highly publicized accusation that the criticism was a “blood libel,” turned voters off. As sincere admirers of hers’, we hope she learns a lesson from this exchange.

    The lesson is simply this: She should not become a battering ram hammering at liberal critics – getting down into the mud with them – answering every attack, no matter how low, personal, or undeserved it is. She is a potential candidate for the Republican Party. As such, she needs to keep her own head unbloodied and intact. Battering rams don’t find that easy to do.

    The left plays Sarah like a fiddle. They pile on with totally outrageous attacks aiming at her personal life, her children, her family, and – now – linking her to murder. These disgraceful attacks do not score points with the voters. In fact, they tend to trigger a sympathetic feeling toward Sarah when they are leveled. But, for some reason, Palin feels constrained to answer them, to reply, to tell her side of the story (aka the truth)

    http://www.dickmorris.com/blog/the-perils-of-palin/

    At end of article.

    If Palin took the high road – as Obama did – and decry the violence into our society and stick to condemning the killings, she would not have been hurt by the liberal

    charges. But, by answering, she exposed herself and got hurt.

    Next time, we hope she learns her lesson.
    —————————————————–

    Dick Morris needs to remember Obama wasn’t blamed for the shooting.

    I’m thankful we have women like Palin, Michelle Malkin, and Megyn Kelly because most of the men on Fox are wussies.

  • Anonymous

    Palin will have a problem partly because of people like Dick Morris and people like him.

    From an article by him.

    Perils of Palin.

    After Tucson shootings, Sarah Palin’s unfavorable rating in the CNN poll rose from 49% before the midterm elections to 56% now. It was not the left wing charges that Sarah Palin had somehow incited the Tucson shooter by her aggressive political rhetoric that did her damage. Polls show that voters discounted these statements and even Congressman Giffords’ husband has made clear that there was no political motive involved. It was Palin’s response to these attacks that got her in trouble. Her highly publicized accusation that the criticism was a “blood libel,” turned voters off. As sincere admirers of hers’, we hope she learns a lesson from this exchange.

    The lesson is simply this: She should not become a battering ram hammering at liberal critics – getting down into the mud with them – answering every attack, no matter how low, personal, or undeserved it is. She is a potential candidate for the Republican Party. As such, she needs to keep her own head unbloodied and intact. Battering rams don’t find that easy to do.

    The left plays Sarah like a fiddle. They pile on with totally outrageous attacks aiming at her personal life, her children, her family, and – now – linking her to murder. These disgraceful attacks do not score points with the voters. In fact, they tend to trigger a sympathetic feeling toward Sarah when they are leveled. But, for some reason, Palin feels constrained to answer them, to reply, to tell her side of the story (aka the truth)

    http://www.dickmorris.com/blog/the-perils-of-palin/

    At end of article.

    If Palin took the high road – as Obama did – and decry the violence into our society and stick to condemning the killings, she would not have been hurt by the liberal

    charges. But, by answering, she exposed herself and got hurt.

    Next time, we hope she learns her lesson.
    —————————————————–

    Dick Morris needs to remember Obama wasn’t blamed for the shooting.

    I’m thankful we have women like Palin, Michelle Malkin, and Megyn Kelly because most of the men on Fox are wussies.

    • Anonymous

      Yeah, she’d be up against Karl Rove and Dick Morris. I’m betting on her. Even Dick Morris seems to want her to shut up.

      • Cheryl~

        DM is offering constructive criticism! For goodness sakes, can you not see that-everything SP does is NOT correct or perfect-I think she would agree with that-we don’t need another candidate that is held up on a pedestal where the base thinks he/she can do no wrong. That is dangerous!

        I agree with DM! SP didn’t need to respond to her critics-she did nothing wrong-they just like to attack her-I think this time SHE was caught in the “crosshairs” and decided to respond-but she didn’t have to, she shouldn’t have-it appeared as if she was more concerned about herself than what had happened in AZ.

  • Anonymous

    I will not consider voting for Gingrich, Romney, Ron Paul, or Huckabee, which appear to be names floating around for the 2012 presidential election. Nope, no way, not a chance. It has to be someone like Sarah Palin – fresh, tough and not willing to bow down in order to get ahead. McCain was a disaster, but then he wasn’t a conservative. Only a “republican” like McCain could lose to the biggest socialist running for president in our country’s history. Only a candidate like McCain could lose to someone with a pastor like Rev. Wright and associations with some of the most vile characters out there. Obama did not win because of his brilliance. He won because our candidate was a loser and a mushy-mouth centrist. Rush is right. Sarah Palin would destroy Obama. I would welcome the lunatic explosion in the media and on the left side of this country if someone like Palin ran. Their skulls would explode, and it would be one of those pull up the chair and give me my popcorn moments. A great show. Don’t be afraid of the left or the media. Make them as mad as they can get. 😉

    • Anonymous

      Thank you for naming these names! Non-names, really. I cannot believe people are seriously suggesting any of these for us to back. Get a grip, people.

  • Anonymous

    Like Rush says, the left tells us who they are afraid of. They are ruthless, dishonest and corrupt but not completely ignorant. They saw the crowds and enthusiasm she generated when added to a weak, gutless, kowtowing and unbelievably incompetent McCain campaign that refused to attack Obama over his extremely radical ties. McCain/Palin still would have won if it weren’t for the Democrat manipulated financial meltdown.Palin got a good indoctrination in the 2008 campaign and won’t have the McCain team handicapping her this time, once she gets a little momentum going in Iowa her support will be overwhelming as conservatives have had it with the media’s bias and the Republican candidates who have more in common with the Dems than the conservatives. The same old lame, repetitious candidates won’t cut it this time, we’ve seen enough of this hopey, changey BS.

  • Johnschaffran

    I would vote for Palin. It does not matter who they put in there that is a true conservative. Palin, Christie, Jindal, the mudslinging will be awful. Obama has done so much damage that whomever gets the nod for 2012 has a great shot. UNLESS the election is going to be stolen. Don’t underestimate the left. That is why the new RNC chairman better be ready for a ground onslaught of angry leftists that will do everything they can to intimidate voter, cause violence, etc. Don’t think an election can be rigged? Ask Sharron Angle in Nevada what happened! The media is chocking on their own collective saliva and they will not change. The day the media embraces a Republican candidate that person will NOT WIN! If Palin was truly a horrible potential candidate then why all the focus to destroy her? Because they are deathly afraid of her getting into the WH! Like Cohen said on the congressional floor. Keep repeating a lie and eventually people willl believe it. She is a disciple of Reagan and that is what the country needs! Having said that, the Repubs don’t have the guts to support her! However, I do!

    • Anonymous

      “UNLESS the election is going to be stolen. Don’t underestimate the left.”
      (Johnschaff…)

      Exactamundo sir. One George Soros’ project of late is to concentrate on getting/owning/supporting as many likeminded Secretary of State spots as possible in as many states as possible. We all know why do we not? They set election rules in those states. They certify elections etc. Al Franken, case in point.

      To these progressives, ‘the end justifies the means’ and it’s those means, however dishonest, however shameful, however jaw-dropping, that are the present and future dragons in need of slaying.

      • Dizo54

        Amen.

    • Anonymous

      “UNLESS the election is going to be stolen. Don’t underestimate the left.”
      (Johnschaff…)

      Exactamundo sir. One George Soros’ project of late is to concentrate on getting/owning/supporting as many likeminded Secretary of State spots as possible in as many states as possible. We all know why do we not? They set election rules in those states. They certify elections etc. Al Franken, case in point.

      To these progressives, ‘the end justifies the means’ and it’s those means, however dishonest, however shameful, however jaw-dropping, that are the present and future dragons in need of slaying.

    • Anonymous

      “UNLESS the election is going to be stolen. Don’t underestimate the left.”
      (Johnschaff…)

      Exactamundo sir. One George Soros’ project of late is to concentrate on getting/owning/supporting as many likeminded Secretary of State spots as possible in as many states as possible. We all know why do we not? They set election rules in those states. They certify elections etc. Al Franken, case in point.

      To these progressives, ‘the end justifies the means’ and it’s those means, however dishonest, however shameful, however jaw-dropping, that are the present and future dragons in need of slaying.

  • Anonymous

    The other day Trump was interviewed, he sounds serious about running, he would not put up w/all the B.S. that goes on.

    It’s most disturbing how the Republicans treat Sarah, they are just afraid of her as the left and it stinks. All about POWER, and never we the people. It’s gotta stop, I cannot handle or take 4 more years of Obama.

  • Kmtracks

    Palin almost beat Obama single-handedly?

    Did you live under powerlines or eat paint-chips as a child ?

  • Anonymous

    The left is terrified of the Sarah Palin Presidential Candidacy …. The left know that Sarah Palin will RESTORE AMERICA….

  • Anonymous

    The left is terrified of the Sarah Palin Presidential Candidacy …. The left know that Sarah Palin will RESTORE AMERICA….

  • Anonymous

    Rush Limbaug is RIGHT….

  • Anonymous

    Rush Limbaug is RIGHT….

  • Anonymous

    Sarah Palin is the only possible candidate who could defeat Obama now …. The EVIL left knows this, so the left is trying to destroy Sarah Palin now. We must support Sarah Palin, friends. Do not be fooled….

  • Joe B.

    Please let Palin be the Republican nominee…it would guarantee an Obama victory in 2012. The fact that you people even consider her a viable candidate, with a current approval/disapproval rating of 28% – 56% is laughable. She has a solid base, and that’s about it. Unless she learns how to broaden her appeal (she had 2 chances to do this in the past week & blew them both), she’s destined to remain the very same thing she accused Obama of being during the 2008 campaign…a celebrity.

    • enufisaenuf

      Your loony left party isn’t buying your argument–they are trying to destroy her becasue they know she is more popular and can carry the day. Sitting here on the right watching the libs fight to keep power is astonishing. I am seeing them do everything in the book (and even creating more junk to throw at her), but it is too transparent to work-people are seeing and understanding it. The dems are truly in trouble even with the main stream media in the pocket.

      • Joe B.

        Loony left party….like that. She is popular with her base, end of popularity story. And I agree, people are seeing & understanding Ms. Palin….she continually paints herself as a victim so people will feel sorry for her & stop asking her questions she can’t answer…..how sad. Even more sad are those like yourself who buy into this drivel.

        • Dizo54

          That is Mrs. Palin, Joe B. and I suppose you thought your man, Obama, was highly intelligent when he stated that he had been to 57 States and had one more to visit, while campaigning. UH,UH,UH…. ever sense. He is a pop culture popularity story all his own and the culture that follows him can not see the forest for the trees.

          • Joe B.

            Actually, I like this forest. Palin will never be more than a highly paid stump speaker. Here’s a woman, with a 28% approval rating, & the rest of the planet believing she’s a political, flash in the pan, lightweight/as opposed to the current leader of the free world, with a 53% approval rating, with a nobel prize under his belt & the planet thinking he’s got answers not just for this country, but for the planet, & those who follow him are the ones who can’t see the forest for the trees? Knowledge begins with introspection….practice some & try not to live up to my expectations.

    • Diamondback

      I don’t buy the “guarantee” crap Joe. That’s why they don’t just advance call the sports games between opponents with a losing record vs a winning record – because on any given day, either might win.

      I can’t “guarantee” she’d win either.

      I say, let’s play the game and see.

      I can just about guarantee that if Obamao gets re-elected, by the time his term is up progressivism will be DEAD in America — figuratively if not actually.

      With all the Americans that have awakened in just the last two years think how many would during 6 more years of Obamao.

      I’m at the point where I really don’t care. If the rupukicraps can’t put forward a solid fiscal conservative, strict constitutionalist, non elitist, non establishment type candidate, I PROMISE that I WILL NOT vote OR, if the repukes candidate is bad enough, maybe even vote for Obamao to force the continuation of the debate between Capitalism/Freedom and Socialism/Tyranny.

      I no longer care if it forces a civil war. The debate needs to be settled in this country once and, hopefully, for all!

      Just sayin’

      • Joe B.

        We can wait & see all you want, but if Palin is the Republican nominee, she loses. She won’t get the independent & the moderate vote, which is how you win an election. She has to come more to the center, or she’s toast. I seriously doubt that she’ll run, & if she decides to do so, will lose because even her own party is against her getting the nomination. As I said, strong base, but no universal appeal. Not to say she can’t work on that, she has at least another year, but her attempts thus far have been dismal. She needs to check her ego at the door & actually reach out to others besides her base. If she doesn’t, she stays a celebrity.

  • Anonymous

    Well, I have my doubts that Sarah Palin, outside of a wrestling or boxing ring, would wipe the floor with Obama. Don’t misunderstand me, I like the lady, I like what she says. I don’t think she is who we need or want as the Leader of Our United States of America.

    and over the next couple of years, while the Harry Reid in the Senate may/can still stop most stuff the Republicans throw at him. Obama, for another term will go to the center, even on the repeal of the “healthcare” bill. By the way, just so everyone understands, this is NOT ObamaCare, nor HIS bill, this is Harry Reid’s healthcare bill that the princess Pelosi rammed through the House because they couldn’t pass theirs. So, Harry will STOP this one.

    and a Moderate Obama will get re-elected. I think this is especially true if the Repuclicans/TeaParty can win the Senate.

    • Anonymous

      …and just who would you suggest who has the courage and leadership abilities that she has? She holds quite a record against the old oil boys in Alaska! No wonder they want her to shut up and go away!!

      Who else is on the horizon that we can back? I see NO ONE.

      • Anonymous

        well then, we are in deep doo doo if Sarah P is the only one you can see on the horizon. Oh yes, the “old oil boys” – that provided every Alaskan with no taxes for all those years. The “old oil boys” are what really brought what prosperity there is to Alaska. That and the fishing boats. Tell me what other industry there is that really makes money in Alaska – tourist hunting trips?

  • Linkmeister2

    Now the rag of all rags the National Enquirer has resurected this story.. http://www.nationalenquirer.com/todd_palin_sex_scandal_prostitute_shailey_tripp_exclusive/celebrity/70033

    and along with the continuing character assissanation of Sarah Palin, the leftoids have now started in on Rick Santorum. http://newsbusters.org/blogs/brent-bozell/2011/01/20/mrcs-bozell-media-attack-santorum-illustrates-campaign-delegitimize-co

    Personally, I am not sold on Sarah Palin as a candidate – does not mean I dislike her or what she stands for or what she has done; IMHO, I think she is better of doing what she is doing by speaking out to Americans and not shackled by the chains of a presidential campaign.

    It’s almost like they have this revolving door of stories on potential candidates to defeat President Hopey-Changey – Palin, Santorum, Jindal, whomever they fear the most on any given day.

    It’s getting worse daily because those on the left are slowly realizing that the “fundamental change” they envisioned isn’t working out to what they thought it would; the “fundamental change” they feared the most – Americans waking up to their plan – is happening faster than they anticipated and the more they push, the more Americans push back.

    • Diamondback

      Who would you put forth RIGHT NOW that’s better than S.P.?

      Thanks.

      • Linkmeister2

        It’s not up to me to put anyone forth – it’s up to whomever decides to throw their hat in the ring when the time comes.

        There’s so many out there now it makes it a very hard to see someone that sticks out from the pack. Will I support whomever that may be? Wish I could, but I live in Canada. As a very interested observer, I was only passing my opinion on Palin – not disparaging her, saying that IMHO, she would do better behind the scenes, given the out and out vendetta against her. Again, it’s her decision whether to run or not.

  • Jlensor

    This is so true! I agree 100%. There isn’t a person out there that could take the beatings she has. I admire her so much.

  • Jlensor

    Yes, look what happens to cows. They get BUTCHERED!

  • Jlensor

    Yes, look what happens to cows. They get BUTCHERED!

  • Jlensor

    Conservatives, listen to Rush. If you want BO out of office in 2012, listen to Rush.

  • Anonymous

    As usual Rush is correct! However, Rush can not carry the bucket alone. The Palin story should be about what position she is taking about the economy, defense, the deficit and explaining Obamacare. The majority of the Republicans can’t sell $100 dollar bills for $50 dollars.
    Republicans, put up a website explaining the repeal of Obamacare, the reasons, the costs and the future regulations. Come on Hannity and Beck stop the softball stuff again. Go after the Progressives, because time is short and just remember, “We The People” not, “We Know what is best for the People”
    Republians must STOP taking the Progressive talking points from the MSM,( Palin said, Target, Crosshairs, ets) they will not change, they are on message to re-elect BHO.
    Do you ever remember saying in elementry school….”it is snowing” everyone looked outside, that is what has happened since the Tucson shooting. GET YOUR MESSAGE OUT AND MAKE IT CLEAR!

    • Anonymous

      Maybe YOU need to head this up! You have the vision. Just talk about it, get obsessed, get people to help you. It would be great!! It could pay for itself somehow. Let’s go.

      That’s why Allen West showed up. He had the vision. It needed doing.

      • Anonymous

        I suggest the old “keep it simple stupid” meaning:
        -Rapid one page HB’s
        -First Bill would be to remove the 1099 provision
        -Second would be to assign ALL Regulator provisions to the House for Review and Approval

        This way if a flood of Bills are approved by the House and sent over to the Senate, it will be seen on CSPAN and there will be a Public record. Gee, can I say use the Shot Gun approach? to hit the Target!

  • Diamondback

    I would just like to say this one more thing:

    Palin’s current poll numbers are irrelevant.

    IF she were to win the Repub nomination and the situation moved to one where the choice were Obama or Palin – that’s it, nobody else, the polls would change significantly. People who were on the fence between Palin or Romney or whoever would be in a position of HAVING TO CHOOSE from Palin OR Obama. Reality would set in and things would change greatly.

    Until we actually see how those dynamics change the playing field, we really have no idea whether she could win or not.

    Further, a lot can happen in two years!

    May God bless America and may Freedom’s ring be heard around the World.

    • Joe B.

      Why is it when the polls are in your favor, they mean the world, but when they go against you, they’re irrelevant? And she is losing by Obama by a 2 to 1 margin if the race were held today…..you really think she’s going to close that gap? With that ego?

  • Tommyd12

    Can Palin win.. Yes.. or are you going to tell me you BELIEVE the media and Democrap spin…

    Please, so because the leftist media tells you 10 times a day she can’t you lap up their Propaganda like a good little lemming…
    You believe the Democrat and so called Republican Strategist that make the cable news rounds every week ?

    Engage your brain for once… They ALL have an AGENDA.

    • Joe B.

      Right, they all have an agenda….even the ex-governor turned celebrity has an agenda….lap it up.

      • Dizo54

        Sorry Joe B. but your celebrity leader Obama has the market on inflated egos and always has. Writing books about ones self in College has to be at the top of ego charts. Please!

        • Joe B.

          Right…..but he didn’t quit his job to become a celebrity……she did…..that’s ego.

  • Margoed1

    Has Rush had a relapse – this sounds very Oxyish.