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Tebow and Palin

Posted by villagejack on November 30, 2011

It is absolutely amazing what a hole has been created in my political  life and I assume every other Palinsta. Before Sarah announced her  withdrawal from the race, I would watch all news and speculate on how a  particular story would help or hurt her candidacy. It was interesting to watch the Republicans come and go, knowing when she jumped in it would change the whole game plan for all of the candidates.  When Bachman won Iowa the media said that would be the death knell of  Palin. When Perry jumped in he was the next Conservative to assume the  mantle of the next best thing the party could throw at Obama.  Speculation in the media had him the “perfect candidate” until stories  began circulating about his cronyism. Now he has faded and Cain has  stepped up to the plate for his turn and with the spotlight turned on his past he too, is starting to fade . Newt has moved into the lead and may have some staying power.

So after Palin opted out, it  seems the party will abdicate to Romney or Gingrich, a presidency seems destined to take Obama out, but without real and imaginative change in the direction of the country. With Palin still in the race it is like  watching Tim Tebow in a football game. Every football critic in the  country said he was too slow, had a horrible throwing motion, could not  read super fast NFL defenses and on and on. But they all discredit his  mindset and motivational techniques that are second to none, except  Sarah Palin. Sarah has that same aura in the political arena. Its  almost like you can’t put your finger on any one single thing they do  differently but you know they do and you are just happy to be part of  their lifestyle.

Sarah, it is time to make life interesting again, and just like Tebow you have fans that know you can change the game for the good of the country.

2 Responses to “Tebow and Palin”

  1. Sarah is the only one who will beat Obama and really chance this country so that this will never happen again. She loves this country and its people. The republican party should be ashamed at what they allowed that woman to take when running for vice president. That she had a bill of 50,000 dollars after running for vice president is pretty low. She is a treasure of this country but to the GOP establishment they are too afraid of them. This country needs the a political part that is honest and cares of this country and people.

  2. TLemmbert said

    Many supporters want Sarah Palin to reconsider running for President. Today, Conservatives4Palin will begin running an ad on TV. To show that you think she should run, you can wear items that proclaim the message and help spread it far and wide. Please go to the link to find a t-shirt, jewelry, hat, tote bag, button, mug, water bottle or other item to advertise your support of the “Reconsider Movement”!

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