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Gov. Palin vs the Other Debaters

Posted by Adrienne Ross on September 24, 2011

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

I have watched each of the Republican presidential debates, finding them mildly entertaining, if nothing else. Last night’s debate ran short of entertainment, however, and I’m becoming less and less impressed. If I have to hear Mitt Romney and Rick Perry argue over what’s in their books one more time, I might throw one at the television. What did candidates do before they wrote books? Are these Oprah Book Club events or presidential debates?

Honestly, the two so-called frontrunners aren’t doing much for me at all. Romney, of course, is as plastic as they come, and I don’t believe anything he says. He’s a flip flopper, and I simply don’t trust him. Perry is preferred to Romney, but he’s a horrible debater, and he’s on the wrong side of the immigration issue. Does he really believe that illegal aliens should get to have a free education in this country? Don’t even get me started on Ron Paul. Can you say foreign policy?

Herman Cain has a great personality, a warm sense of humor, and refreshing authenticity. I think he’s a great guy, but I don’t think he’s ready to be President of the United States.

Obviously, the person I believe is ready to move America forward is Governor Palin, but she has yet to declare. I’m still waiting, and I believe an announcement is coming soon. I look forward to what she’ll add to these debates. Not only is she solid on the issues, but she can articulate her stand on these issues based on intelligence, experience, and common sense.

Take a look back to her 2006 Alaska gubernatorial debate against Tony Knowles and Andrew Halcro after she beat Frank Murkowski in the Primary election. The first video is the full debate, and the second one has YouTube highlights.

Things will drastically change once she enters the race. I look forward to someone who will cut through the bull, call a spade a spade, challenge candidates on their records, spotlight her own, and revitalize the American people.

 
 
 
 
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6 Responses to “Gov. Palin vs the Other Debaters”

  1. Every morning as I rise to a new day I am bombarded with so much dissension and malcontent. It is almost too much….until I read something about Sarah Palin and what she is doing across this nation. It keeps me from going insane with all of this seemingly unreal rhetoric from the president and his liberal base…among others. When my grand daughter was five, she had a saying which I have taken up…as she mulled over decisions to be made by little girls her age, she would be heard to say..”drammaw, I makt up my mind”. Well, I have makt up my mind to seek the truths out there and find the best person according to my convictions and not according to the big machine’s choice or the polls or the rhetoric seekers, and most certainly not the entitlement program clients or union bosses.
    I chose Sarah Palin and will stick with her, even if she does not run. She will KNOW who can be trusted and I will follow her lead. SHE should be the next President of these United States of America. We will continue to pray and work for her. I tell everyone I know all I know about her.
    I have also been doing some investigation of my own about Herman Cain. Check out Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas if you want to know more about him. We are attendng the lectureship this week and I found he has connections there…..a good place to be.
    Thank you, Sarah, for being there for us. Have a great week.

  2. falling said

    It is a shame we are not using this debate style for our current GOP debates. We are getting mostly one minute polled sound bites and very little actual debate of ideas today….except from Gingrich of course, who has whole encyclopedia’s of information in his head! :) But there is more to leadership than a head filled with information! I would love to see Gingrich and Cain hold strong positions in a Palin cabinet! Palin 2012

  3. We are still dealing with 2nd string conservatives until Sarah Palin gets into this race! Now if only we could get her to realize this as well. Then we and the country would be in great shape for getting better!

  4. Joy said

    And I like the clip from that debate with Tony Knowles and the other guy where she delivers a sort of political coup de grace – the one that’s used in the film, The Undefeated. But no matter which film clip one views, Sarah Palin comes off as clear and focused and, frankly, rather awesome! She will DEFINITELY add quite a bit more substance to any future debate – with “Mittens” and with Barry…

  5. […] Gov. Palin vs the Other Debaters […]

  6. Totally agree, Adrianne.. Sarah Palin, I believe will be running against Mitt Romney in the GOP Primary…for Presidential Candidacy…

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