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  1. #1 Palin's Foes May Push Her to Run in 2012 
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    Joe Scarborough’s stated concerns include how Palin drew a comparison between the disparagement of herand Ronald Reagan, which is a fair assessment by Palin, and her polite but firm retort to former First Lady Barbara Bush’s comment that Palin should stay in Alaska.

    Sarah Palin is the Republican “it” girl right now because she yields no ground to establishment types, bluebloods, political consultants, media elites and all those who contributed to the political and moral deterioration of the Republican Party.

    Palin was ahead of the curve in taking on the GOP establishment, which is why she is a tea party favorite. She is now what Ronald Reagan said in 1976 we needed in our leaders: those who are unfettered by old ties and old relationships.

    If Palin were to run, even if she didn’t win she would unquestionably transform the GOP primary for the better. Her mere force of presence would require Republican contestants to address issues they otherwise wouldn’t — in ways they otherwise wouldn’t.

    In a time when the GOP teeters between returning to its constitutional small-government roots and remaining the party of Democrat-lite, Palin has a confluence of several appeals that most other prospective GOP candidates lack. Add to that her tea party credentials, and she’s hands-down a bigger big-tent prospective candidate than Mitt Romney, Tim Pawlenty, Newt Gingrich, and others frequently named.

    Most importantly, Palin is a boat rocker who isn’t afraid to say the Republican Party needs to move in a direction it hasn’t even debated in over a decade, and actually shrink the size of the federal government.

    The best thing for the GOP may be a presidential primary field that includes not only Palin, but Jim DeMint, Mike Pence, and one or two other conservatives who don’t toe the establishment GOP line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by megimoo View Post
    Joe Scarborough’s stated concerns include how Palin drew a comparison between the disparagement of herand Ronald Reagan, which is a fair assessment by Palin, and her polite but firm retort to former First Lady Barbara Bush’s comment that Palin should stay in Alaska.

    Sarah Palin is the Republican “it” girl right now because she yields no ground to establishment types, bluebloods, political consultants, media elites and all those who contributed to the political and moral deterioration of the Republican Party.

    Palin was ahead of the curve in taking on the GOP establishment, which is why she is a tea party favorite. She is now what Ronald Reagan said in 1976 we needed in our leaders: those who are unfettered by old ties and old relationships.

    If Palin were to run, even if she didn’t win she would unquestionably transform the GOP primary for the better. Her mere force of presence would require Republican contestants to address issues they otherwise wouldn’t — in ways they otherwise wouldn’t.

    In a time when the GOP teeters between returning to its constitutional small-government roots and remaining the party of Democrat-lite, Palin has a confluence of several appeals that most other prospective GOP candidates lack. Add to that her tea party credentials, and she’s hands-down a bigger big-tent prospective candidate than Mitt Romney, Tim Pawlenty, Newt Gingrich, and others frequently named.

    Most importantly, Palin is a boat rocker who isn’t afraid to say the Republican Party needs to move in a direction it hasn’t even debated in over a decade, and actually shrink the size of the federal government.

    The best thing for the GOP may be a presidential primary field that includes not only Palin, but Jim DeMint, Mike Pence, and one or two other conservatives who don’t toe the establishment GOP line.

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    Add Tom Coburn to that list.

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    Megan Kelly has all the qualifications for the job and then some!:D
    How is obama working out for you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockntractor View Post
    Megan Kelly has all the qualifications for the job and then some!:D
    Between Megan Kelly and Sarah Palin they would be unbeatable .That team would send icy chills up perky Katie Couric Bony little Butt .
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by megimoo View Post
    Between Megan Kelly and Sarah Palin they would be unbeatable .That team would send icy chills up perky Katie Couric Bony little Butt .
    I'm thinking lingerie pillow fight!
    How is obama working out for you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockntractor View Post
    I'm thinking lingerie pillow fight!
    BRILLIANT! I can see the campaign ads now!:D
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockntractor View Post
    I'm thinking lingerie pillow fight!
    Could you imagine a three way with palin and Kelly? :D
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bailey View Post
    Could you imagine a three way with palin and Kelly? :D
    You couldn't handle it,They'd break your back !But you would go with a big grin
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by megimoo View Post
    You couldn't handle it,They'd break your back !But you would go with a big grin
    What a way to go.....:)
     

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    Palin would indeed force some issues to the surface. I don't believe the establishment GOPers could stand the comparison to her. That is why they are spending more time and effort attacking her rather than capitalizing on the recent election smack down of the liberal agenda.
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