Sarah Palin: I’m not enthusiastic about any candidate yet

When asked about if she is going to endorse, Sarah Palin said that at the moment she doesn’t feel that enthusiasm for a particular candidate that she needs to feel in order to be able to endorse. What she’s looking for in order to endorse is someone who truly understand the fiscal crisis America is facing and knows what to do about it, and when asked whether or not she expects to see that, she wasn’t entirely sure.

Also, Sarah Palin loves Tim Tebow.



Here’s the full interview:

(via USA4Palin)

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Anonymous
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Notice that Mr Paul doesn’t get tagged with the ‘true conservative’ tag. Nearly every warmonger that has publically expressed their opinion, are opposed to the one that will strictly adhere to the restraints of the consititution.

Conservative_Hippie
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Sarah Palin, The true Tea Party favorite. Please reconsider Sarah!

Eve
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Eve

My exact thoughts. And everyday when I read/listen to the forums, blogs, analysts, pundits, radio entertainers, etc., it reinforces it.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Palin always told her supporters, which included me, that she would run if she didn’t feel any of the candidates understood and were willing to tackle the issues facing this country. She said that over and over and over again for months. Palin is all talk, and I’m tired of it. What a disappointment.

John
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No , Sarah Palin never promised her supporters to run ; she always said that she hadn’t decided and that it was 50/50.

She said she would decide end of September.

Jaynie59
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That’s exactly what I thought when I heard this interview. How many times did she say that she would run if nobody else satisfied her? Countless times. Now she claims she’s not “enthusiastic” enough about any of them to endorse.

Word games. But she has to play these games to keep relevant. She’s got nothing else. So she has to milk this endorsement for as long as she can, and feed the hope that she might still run as an independent.

You’re right. What a disappointment Sarah Palin has turned out to be.

Anonymous
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grizzlybear71
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There are only two possible winners in November.

If the GOP nominates Ron Paul, he can beat Obama.

If the GOP nominates anybody other than Ron Paul, Obama will win.

I know this will not sit well with many here. But it is the truth. Another GOP nominee simply cannot get the dedicated Ron Paul crowd to vote for them. Call them Paulbots or Paultards or cult members or whatever you want, but you are only proving my point…they won’t vote for just any Republican nominee. They will only vote for one, and his name is Ron Paul.

If you want to beat Obama, and I know you do, I recommend you recognize that the one person who can beat him is Ron Paul.

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Sure, Paul will get all the votes of his followers, but there are a bunch of people out here that won’t vote for him. Why do you think he is so controversial to the Replicrat party? Paulites by themselves won’t beat Obummer.

Just me thinking here, I’ll bet if Paul is the nominee there will be a flood of people sitting out the vote, they will feel disenfranchised by the system & give up.

Personally speaking, I’m looking fwd to a convention with no clear leader & a TRULY CONSERVATIVE person who can garner EVERYONE’S support will be drafted to run against Obummer.

Powder Is Dry

grizzlybear71
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In that scenario, Paul as GOP nominee would have to draw enough independents (with whom he does very well) and unhappy Democrats to counter the Republicans who sit it out. How difficult this is will depend on how many of you sit it out of course. Would you really risk giving Obama another term rather than “hold your nose” and vote for the one candidate who makes every decision based on the Constitution and has proposed cutting $1 trillion from the federal budget in his first year and balancing it by year three?

Bottom line…either Paul or Obama wins, just as I said. Your dreams of someone riding into the convention and uniting the party two months before the election are just that…dreams.

Chrissie Siggelakis
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Sarah is over. There is a country at stake here…AMERICA. Palin has made it clear it is about her, all about her. Palin, starting at her resignation, began running for President. She teased and led many people on, never disputing or quashing the rumors that she might run. She played it for all it was worth. Her crashing the Iowa straw poll when others, the REAL candidates needed time with the people to speak to them, shake hands etc. Then what she did with the weekend of Rolling Thunder with the Vietnam Veterans was over the top. Yes the photo ops were great and Sarah is a beautiful woman. But I agreed with the Nam Vets that Sarah was not invited and with her being there it took away ( and it did) from what the Vietnam Vets have been doing that weekend that is sooooo important.To remind people about… Read more »

John
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Your post is full anti-Palin talking points , misinformation and media memes. You concentrate on personal attacks and not on facts. About Rolling Thunder; Sarah Palin was invited and she accepted the invitation! In a attempt to smear Sarah Palin Andrea Mitchell falsely reported on Andrea Mitchell Reports that Sarah Palin was not invited to participate in Rolling Thunder activities relying on one disgruntled source to imply that Sarah Palin was using the veteran’s group for publicity without their approval. ABC have a nice report on the positive things Rolling Thunder members said about Sarah Palin; Rolling Thunder Riders praised Sarah Palin’s participation in the rally. Also “tease” is a media meme; Sarah Palin never promised to run , she said over and over again that it was 50/50 and she would make a decision end of September. Also your talking point “it is about her, all about her. Palin”… Read more »

Cheryl Fallon
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Seriously? If Palin wanted to run and believed the majority of the country would support her I think she would do it

and John…Chrissie did not trash Palin-you have your views and Chrissie has hers. It’s ok!

Anonymous
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It’s not Sarah’s fault everyone else wanted to start an official campaign with all of the filing and fund raising requirements right after the last election. Why should she waste OPM, as well as her own, when the entire election season is 12-16 months too long as it is.

That is especially true of those who ran for office last time with Palin’s help and then immediately “quit” the job they just won to run for another office while still getting paid by the taxpayers, something that they were not elected to do.

At least Palin chose to run for President while not pulling a salary from the Alaskan taxpayers. And there are those who would consider that a bad thing? In my mind, that is a real example of integrity; and it is what we need in a President.

Anonymous
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Love Sarah Palin !! Only politician I have ever supported 100%. God Bless her and her beautiful family in this Christmas season

Anonymous
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Anonymous

I have no enthusiasm for this batch of candidates either.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

So many PDS-Palin Derangement Syndrom-,suffering psychotic libtard degenerates!!!

Sarah Palin will be your next President!

Get used to it before you end up in a room with rubber walls!!!

Anonymous
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LOL…sarah will be the next president? When will that be? She cant even get enough “fire in the belly” to even join the race so no need to hear any BS from her. She is an empty glass, keep dreaming about your queen, she is a has been and we can all blame mccain for bringing her out of the cage.

Rick Perry will be the next president while queen palin is dreaming up a reality show in the Alaska backwoods.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

To say you are a moron would be giving you too much credit !!

Anonymous
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Anonymous

iTS just toobad..I know how hard it was for you brainwashed loyal followers of the queen, she took you all along for her famous tourbus ride along paul revere street, got you all to buy her books, watch her movie, donate all that money to her PAC…and then say sorry folks, I just dont have that fire in the belly ..haha who are the moron’s again???

Anonymous
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Anonymous

You mean Tricky Ricky BlagoPerry?

The mumbling dumba$$ who can’t count to three?!

Mark
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Mark

Mitt Romney is perhaps the worst candidate in GOP history. A Hollywood screenwriter couldn’t come up with a more ridiculous caricature of a candidate. Radical Left-wing track record. Mormonism. Pandering. Lies about his record. Insincerity. Lust for power. Across the board flip-flopping from liberal to “conservative” on every issue under the sun just so he can secure the Republican nomination. Political opportunism at its worst. The man is a danger to the Republican party and the entire country. Here’s what Mitt Romney supported as Governor of Massachusetts: 1. Pro-abortion with taxpayer funding (added it to RomneyCare, kept it, refused to line-item veto it). 2. Pro-government mandated healthcare (RomneyCare has cost the state over 20,000 jobs and has actually increased the cost of healthcare in Massachusetts). 3. Pro-government mandates in general (“I like mandates” his own words on tape). 4. Pro-gay marriage with full state sponsorship (was first Governor to install… Read more »

Anonymous
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Hey mark, just come out and say the REAL reason behind your hatred, your an anti-mormon bigot and his religion has nothing to do with it. Your other points are valid but once you go into his religion than that is when people discredit you.

Anonymous
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Folks dont be silly and believe that queen palin now really wants to run, she strung along her supporters for her own love of the spotlight with her tourbus and all, she knew all along she wouldn’t be running, all she is doing is fulfilling her one day a week commitment to fox news.

She is more interested right now in finding a tv network deal for her reality show and she’s having a hard time because the majority of them have already turned her down.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

You are PDS-Palin Derangement Syndrome- suffering psychotic libtard.

Suffer in pain,the guys in white suites are coming!

Anonymous
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And you are so hooked on your queen that you fail to see that she is unfit and unqualified to run for president with her quitting mentality. She isnt interested in running for president, she wants to be a movie star.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

And Rick Perry wants to utter a complete sentence without flubbing it.

kong1967
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He’s doing better.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Perry forgot what he was thinking about a normal everyday human mistake, he did not say that his foreign policy experience is based on seeing russia from alaska, or at least perry can name a newspaper or a founding father he likes. just yutube sarah palin bloopers on youtube for a good laugh.

kong1967
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kong1967

She was pushed out of office. If you didn’t read my other post she was being sued massively over stupid crap. Her hat, her jacket, she ate a fish, bla bla bla. It was costing her more to be a governor than what she made. Anyone would quit unless they had bottomless pockets like Romney. She didn’t. She bought her clothes second-hand. If you don’t like her you don’t like her, but you are totally missing the boat on reality.

kong1967
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kong1967

I agree with you that she strung her supporters along, but you can’t say she knew she wasn’t running all along. That’s pure conjecture on your part.

What are your opinions about Bachmann?

If they aren’t good, either, it makes me wonder if your’e a male chauvinist pig. You may not be, but some of the guys I know don’t like any women that get any kind of position in governement. What about you? Do you hate Palin because she’s a woman in a so-called man’s world?

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Anonymous

Thats just my opinion, but no I like bachmann for the most part, rick perry is my preference and I do wish bachmann would do a little better as well, but they are both going to surprise in iowa. I have no problem with women in politics, my opinion of palin is that she wouldnt stand a chance against obama in a general, her negatives are just too high in the country, and shes a quitter. I believe she was only out seeking the spotlight making some cash, a reality show, a movie, and then say your not running for president? Well its the best decision she has made.

kong1967
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I’m glad you didn’t take my question as an accusaton. It’s just that some guys are that way. I am getting behind Bachmann and Perry, too. I’m not sure which one I want to throw my support behind. I kinda differ a little on Palin. She quit because she was getting hammered with tons of frivilous lawsuits filed by the left for stupid things like what hat she wore, or jacket, or she ate a fish….and lots of other crap. Unlike other states, she had to pay for her own defense, and from what I can remember I don’t think she was able to set up a defense fund. She was on her own and she was getting screwed out of her mind. She was spending all of her time in the courts fighting that bullcrap, so she was becoming MIA as governor. Additionally, her legal bills were mounting so… Read more »

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Anonymous

Your analysis of why Palin resigned her office is right on. However, both Bachmann and Perry are not able to draw a crowd, and are only there because of Palin’s help in the last election. Why they are running for President right after campaigning for another office, when they knew that the Presidential campaign was right around the corner, tells us more about them than anything, especially when Perry ran for governor on the promise over and over again of not running for President. Neither of them are able to beak 10% now, and if and/or when Palin does eventually get in, she will start out ahead of the pack. There is still 20-25% undecided, and lots of Newt’s support and some of their support would accrue to Sarah as if she had always been in the race. She has always said that the primary season is too long. It’s… Read more »

kong1967
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kong1967

I’m Tea Party and I wouldn’t support her. Oh, wait….you’re damn right I’d get behind her in a split second! However, I thought she already said she wasn’t running. I was kinda disappointed with how she strung everyone along, and the last time that happened was when Newt did it last election. He had no intention of running because he set the bar so high on donations supporters would have had to break records in a very short time period. Being so, I took Palin’s balking as a sign that she didn’t want to run. I’m twisted on her running. I personally would like to see her run, but the safe side of me says no. She has a lot of negatives in the polls because the media did a harsher character assassination of her than anyone else than I can ever remember. I’m sure the reason is the same… Read more »

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Fox is desperately trying to get some value out of their ill-advised investment in this grifter, but she has yet to come up with an original or interesting idea.

kong1967
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kong1967

She spreads the voice of conservatism. She’s not running for office, so she doesn’t have to offer ideas.

Anonymous
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The less we hear from her, the more irrelevant she becomes. Sorry, but as soon as we start looking for cute in a President, she may make a comeback, if we don’t wait too long.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Ya’ coulda’ been a contenda’!

Debby
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Debby

Hey Scoop…………..why did I have to change my password?

Anonymous
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Anonymous

RS, I like the cute Santa hat sitting on top of the “P” smile

Kenneth
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Kenneth

Personally does anyone’s endorsement actually matter? Do you pick and choose which candidate will get your vote based on who happens to endorse that candidate? Unfortunately there are probably plenty of people who do — actually I know one who will likely vote in the Republican primary in Pennsylvania based on who gets the support of the non-profit organization that employs him.

Is_Sense_Common
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Is_Sense_Common

I agree with you but I think it’s a mental-momentum thing. I’m not going to choose my candidate based on what someone in the media says but there’s this whole other side to politics that is about manipulating how we all feel about the race. If we believe that our guy or gal isn’t doing well, then we’ll jump on the bandwagon of the “winner.” Let’s hope the Tea Party has taught us all something. Take your lessons to the street & teach others to think!

Anonymous
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Anonymous

RS, thanks for posting this video of Governor Palin’s interview. Much appreciated.

Winston
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Winston

No kidding…

ApplePie101
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ApplePie101

What will it take to make her enthusiastic about a candidate?

Anonymous
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She’s the only one I was enthusiastic about.

Anonymous
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Me too Susanna. The rest of them I couldn’t care a “hill of beans” about smile

puma_for_life
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puma_for_life

Me too. I’m deeply disappointed in her. It’s almost as if she was afraid she would win, so she decided not to run.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

She was my shining star. She was the ONLY one that stirred true enthusiasm. If you’ve read my posts for the past months, I always said that she was the only one that could pull the votes. But they got to her, somehow. And no, she’s not found anyone to endorse because no one is worthy. She should have stayed in. Now we’re stuck with lukewarm soup. Think how this contest would be going had she stayed. Oh, what fun! But now, it’s back to holding our noses, again.

Virus-X
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Virus-X

I have no enthusiasm, either, about the remaining crop, with the possible exception of Bachmann. Another thing I have in common with Palin is changing my Facebook political affiliation from “Republican” to “Conservative”. She and I probably did it for the same reasons.

Ken
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I agree with Sarah on most EVERYTHING, except what she was saying about Ron Paul. He has a lot in common with a popular Kellog’s cereal: He is a FROOT LOOP!!There is a reason why RS posts the pic of him with the tinfoil hat.
Otherwise, great interview as always. Please jump in this race, Sarah!! We need you desperately.

Anonymous
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Thanks Scoop. I stand with Sarah she is the One and Only !!

Anonymous
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Correct me if I am wrong but is it possible?

Scenario: Ron Paul wins Iowa because of his loyal supporters there (no I do not support him!) Or at best it becomes a spilt-by-three vote with him, Gingrich, and Romney.

The tea party dissatisfaction among the top three will continue through Florida. If in fact the delegates are split between them three to some degree, it sends all of them into February before March 6th (Super Tuesday) with a very modest amount of delegates making it COMPLETELY POSSIBLE for someone else to jump in and steal the remainders.

Look, Gov. Palin said this would all be uncoventional this year.

My prediction is that we will NOT know who our clear front-runner is by Florida. It will then be clearer that perhaps this race is lacking.

Bill Redder
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palin isn’t running kids. time to face reality.

and the hero worship lavished upon her rivals that of ron paul and obama minions. it’s gettin’ all golden calf n stuff.

think about it.

Anonymous
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I thought about it. And the answer is, your on the wrong website.

What’s wrong with having a hero? I consider Reagan to be a hero, but I would never consider my praise of him is being related to Ron Paul. What has Ron Paul ever done, ever? And to compare Palin’s accomplishments and reason for support with Obama’s is not only ludicrous, it is stupid. Think about it.

Bill Redder
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hmmm. talk about projecting. try re-reading my post with the “sarah” goggles off.

i wasn’t propping up paul or obama by any stretch of the imagination. i was saying (quite clearly) that much of the “dedication” to palin is analogous to that of ron paul and obama supporters and i’d add has long reached hero worship status. the folly of many impassioned paul/obama followers should remind us that having any politician as a hero is foolish at best. many palin fanatics are just like paul and obama nuts in that they knee jerk react with half-baked attacks at the first hint of disagreement.

that you jumped on me, because you sensed something critical was being said of your beloved sarah, supports my original comments.

so, i suggest you and the others who “liked” you retort, think about it.

Anonymous
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I have absolutely no idea how Discus got me on a RightScoop’s website. That is not one of my go to sites. There was a thread on the C4P website that had the same video/phone interview, and my original commentary was created from that website’s “Type your comment here” box; but somehow it and all of my other comments ended up here, which looks just like C4P. Regarding support for Palin, it is more like dedication to Washington who was a reluctant candidate for Presidency but was strongly promoted to enter the race for the Presidency by his supporters. We are in deep dodo with Obama, and there is nothing wrong with believing that the best person to not only beat him but make the necessary changes with sudden and relentless reform is Palin. Why do you have a problem with that? If Palin decides to reconsider because of the… Read more »

Bill Redder
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Bill Redder

your reply is utterly nonsensical. seriously, every paragraph of yours has zero to do with what i said.

what’s disconcerting is that you have “likes” to your reply.

that’s the internet for ya i guess.

Anonymous
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Calling supporters “kids” , maybe had something to do with it? Just guessing .

Bill Redder
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Bill Redder

“kids” “folks” “people”

if you choose to read something condescending into my words it’s all on you.

and, what do you mean “something to do with it?” what “it?”

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Isn’t Paul more like the ‘Eternal Insider’, ‘The House Grandpa’, with 35 years time in grade? (Well, maybe that’s only half true, but so are his ads)

David Scott Masiwchuk
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David Scott Masiwchuk

she wont run. She doesn’t want her daughters to be talked about as if they were whores some more. The media and many on the right and left should be ashamed at how they treated this woman.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

When she announced that she wasn’t running, her enemies won.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Our enemies..

Anonymous
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Anonymous

I don’t believe Sarah will actually “endorse” anybody. I think she’ll urge people to vote for whoever becomes the nominee, but she’ll stop short of an actual endorsement.

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The most significant part of the interview was in stating criteria as to who does not live up to the sudden and relentless reform required. She did not name names, but said that she is looking at those who have been in positions of power and have not taken the opportunity of proposing or achieving reform when they had the power. That leaves almost everyone out with the exception of Newt with his balanced budgets, welfare entitlement reform and the 1997 taxpayers reform bill that cut capital gains taxes for the first time even while Clinton was President when Newt was Speaker. I hadn’t heard that paradigm stated so specifically before. Given that Newt may have other issues Palin may find objectionable, the only person who meets her latest criteria is HER. Sarah is a doer first, as well as a talker about what is needed. She wants evidence of… Read more »

ConstanceJean
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Though I understand it is still early enough to not endorse a particular candidate, I have to admit I am getting suspicious here. Surely, Sarah Palin knows at least which two people she most closely aligns herself with, and which people clearly would not be her choice. I can state this with certainty – If Sarah Palin comes out and endorses Romney, I will never listen to her again. I’m getting annoyed. Not exactly sure why, but I’m getting there. Something seems a bit too vague here for me.

Anonymous
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Cuz in the end she will endorse herself, stay tuned after January…..

B-Funk
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Gosh, I’d say that you should stick with your guns. If you like someone, support them, no matter who gets what endorsements. If you disagree with Sarah, then no biggie. She’s only human too, and you may have a better idea of a good candidate than she does in the end.

Anonymous
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My take is that no one has met her criteria yet to give her the complete assurance that they get it, ie the need for sudden and relentless reform.

Also, the more interesting take is that she is still vetting the candidates based on what they have done in the past regarding pushing reform in a meaningful way when they were in a position to do so. That is a hurdle much harder to jump, since no one other than Gingrich meets that criteria; and he has limitations that may still stand in the way of an endorsement there.

Unless she is convinced personally of the right candidate, and if she does not reconsider herself, then she will rely on the people to select their best candidate, and she will support the will of the people.

Anonymous
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Sarah is very comfortable to us now, but who among us actually waivered when she was under attack? She is like the great deal on the perfect house that you now regret passing up.

We have to deal with “what is” now, though, and try to imagine which of our today candidates we would regret not having supported. Look past their minor flaws and recognize and support the broader picture. A workhorse today who is committed to the constitution can hold a place in the White House for Palin or Rubio or DeMint in 2016. Let’s not seek perfection, because we don’t really know what strengths lie beneath a struggling candidate.

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Amazing words. Your assessment is so true. When Palin first was introduced, the Republicans saw nothing but flaws and what they perceived to be Palin’s weaknesses. Now we do the same thing to our current candidates. Our field of candidates have done remarkable things if we can observe what is before us instead of listening to the same media who attacked Palin in 2008.

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In general, the perfect house analogy is right on. That said, when one “is committed to the constitution” one needs to be very careful about suggesting Rubio as a potential White House occupant. There is enough controversy over his eligibility that that constitutional question needs to be addressed with complete assurance before we also use a favorite candidate as a reason to overlook the “natural born citizen” criteria for President.

Anonymous
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Sure like the way you think RighteousCrow!

Anonymous
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Thanks, D_mae. It’s up to us – never give up!

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Why should she waste her time. She needs a functioning Congress in order to accomplish anything. The current House cannot get the Senate to do their job so nothing will reach her desk. Hopefully, three cycles will straighten that out and the American people need to wakeup too unless it is just media making all that noise.
p.s. Anyone she endorses the RINO’s will “set on fire”.

conservativebc
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conservativebc

Why are you not telling the whole story? She all but called Newt and Romney RINOS

Palin Iowa: “Traditional Conservatives Like Bachmann And Rick S. Will Do Better Than The RINOs Running”

http://thebachmanncometh.blogspot.com/2011/12/palin-iowa-i-traditional-conservatives.html

Mary Beth House
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Mary Beth House

Except that isn’t the quote.

She says she thinks Bachmann and Santorum “will do better than some RINO pundits predict.”

Nukeman60
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Nukeman60

Isn’t it interesting how those same pundits continually attempt to twist and spin the truths, even in this day and age where we can check it out for ourselves. No wonder the government wants to censure the internet. Look what they could get away with.

conservativebc
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conservativebc

You are right. I heard it on my phone and that is what I thought it said.

Thanks for correcting me

Cindy08
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Herman Cain’s appearance on Hannity on Friday night, December 16, 2011: “I will not be making an endorsement in the short future and here is why: My number one objective Monica is to endorse someone who can beat Barack Obama. If I were to endorse too early, I might help get someone the Republican nomination, but that is not my objective and that is not the objective of my supporters. I trust my supporters to be able to make a decision in this primary process. And at the right time I want to be able to endorse someone who can beat Barack Obama. That is the ultimate objective that I am focused on, and I am going to continue to work to make that happen. “

Jim Botts
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Would someone please tell me how nominating the wrong Republican who doesn’t roll back any of the spending, Obamacare, etc helps our cause?

They would last either 4 or 8 years, and the country would probably be ready to put the Democrats back in charge again. Because big govt doesn’t work, and I’m scared to death the GOP has no intention of rolling this stuff back. They are just going to tinker around the edges.

It’s more than about beating Obama, it’s about turning the GOP into something that can endure a lot longer than 4-8 years.

Is_Sense_Common
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Is_Sense_Common

She has come so far in such a short time. When she was first introduced to America during the McCain debacle, she espoused Conservative values & to those of us who desperately needed to hear them from a leader, she was a breath of fresh air. Then the evil media got ahold of her & she stumbled a bit in her delivery (her msg never waivered) & her stock went down. Now, on the other side of that storm where she’s been vindicated, she is truly our voice of reason. She’s learned to choose her words wisely. She knows her words carry weight. If we could all learn such discipline! If our country can weather this Obama/Pelosi/Reed/RINO storm, she will be perfectly poised to lead us in her time.

Rshill7
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I’ll never forget when they first unveiled her as the VP candidate. Remember that introductory speech from her? Man, I was blown away and sooo jazzed.

The media was too, and they cannibalized her, caricatured her like a funhouse mirror. I’d still like to punch some of them in the ear and nose…then the eye…and then…uh huh, the throat.

I could be an eye, ear, nose, throat specialist.

Is_Sense_Common
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Is_Sense_Common

No doubt! Do you remember the leaked videos & recordings of them freaking out & brainstorming ways to bring her down? I thought you were going to say you’d like to rip off their heads and … well – you know – down their necks. But we don’t get violent like that here smile

Rshill7
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Rshill7

I’m a lover not a writer smile

Conservative_Hippie
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Conservative_Hippie

LOL!

Dave Kawasaki
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Dave Kawasaki

“First, suffer no harm.”
:}

K-Bob
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K-Bob

What, you mean wear gloves?

Rshill7
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Rshill7

I wasn’t planning on suffering harm, I was planning on inflicting some grin

NickDeringer
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NickDeringer

Newt Gingrich hardest hit.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Oh shut up, Sarah. You left us just when we needed you most.

If I never hear from her again, I’ll be happy.

Anonymous
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Elleb, she is a smart poker player and is holding her cards close to the vest. She has not left us there is still time for her to get into this race. You have to pay attention to her words when she is on TV.

Conservative_Hippie
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Conservative_Hippie

I wish I could believe you, but she has not said anything that makes me think she is re-entering the race. She let me down once because I threw all my energy and heart into her possible presidential run, but I will not go through that again. I will believe when she announces from her own lips that she is re-entering the race for keeps. Until then I will try to make the best of what we have, Heaven help us!

Cindy08
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Cindy08

Yeah!! You’re joking, hey???!!

You’re saying that, yet you kept her PICTURE as your profile!! Yeah, I got it!!!

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Good for you! Speaking your mind! Keep it up:)

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Are you absolutely certain that she left??? Listen to the things she says.

Susitna
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Susitna

I am not surprised…..I am still missing Herman Cain!!!!!

Anonymous
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Anonymous

not me, I forgot about him

Anonymous
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Anonymous

I’m glad he is gone and I wish several others, who never should have gotten in the race in the first place, would also go, especially Bachmann and Perry who both used Sarah to get re-elected and then right after winning their elections became cannon fodder of the establishment to undermine her. After 6-8 months, neither of them are going anywhere. It is time to go, along with Huntsman and Johnson. They are only muddying the water.

Then it would be more likely that Palin could reconsider without the other distractions. She would then attract much of the undecided voters, and lots of Gingrich’s voters, and it would then come down to Palin, Romney and Paul who marches to his own drummer. A true battle between the Tea Party conservative, the east coast RINO and the crazy libertarian.

American Duckie
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American Duckie

me too. Palin/Cain would have been my dream ticket….

poljunkie
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poljunkie

I thought of you today ABC. I was at Walgreens. They had PEZ candies dispensers at the check out. Daffy Duck, Tweety, and others.

American Duckie
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American Duckie

LOL! I’ll have to go to our Walgreens and see if they have the same. grin Thanks for thinking about me lol!

American Duckie
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American Duckie

Sarah, one of the best Christmas presents this nation could ask for is for you to throw yourself back in… ah well. one can dream can’t she?

Cindy08
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Cindy08

To Sarah:

“I don’t want a lot for Christmas
There is just one thing I need
I don’t care about the presents
Underneath the Christmas tree

I just want you for my own
More than you could ever know
Make my wish come true
All I want for Christmas
Is you”

And we’ll just put that in music http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wxO1iGGw8t4

Darn!! Look what we’re reduced to do now. smile

American Duckie
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American Duckie

wink Sounds good to me regardless!

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