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Archive for February 19th, 2012

Editorial Cartoonist Gets His Palin Cartoon Spot On For Brokered Convention

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on February 19, 2012

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Palin Getting Major Poll Revival; Clobbers Christie in 12,000+ Vote Poll.23 Points Ahead Of Bush

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on February 19, 2012

Whether it is because of Sarah Palin’s increased public profile following on from her two day, six program blitz of the airways during her visit to Fox studio’s last week or her CPAC speech which received standing ovations and positive reviews even from the liberal media, Palin seems to be on a roll poll wise.


Quite possibly this lift in on line polling might be due to voters being unhappy with their choice of prospective nominees-thus all the talk of a late entrant to the fray or a brokered convention. Talk that Palin did nothing to damp down when she advised that she woudl be “willing to help in any way’ should the convention be deadlocked.


Yesterday, in a readers poll at the ultra-Dem supporting newspaper in the ultra-Dem supporting city of New York, the New York Daily news ran a poll “Would you vote for Sarah Palin for President.”


Whenever this newspaper runs articles about Palin the comments section is filled with usual hate remarks and pure idiocy one sees in leftist sites whenever Palin is mentioned. The article the poll runs alongside being no exception of course.


 But, astonishingly, the majority of voters would vote for Palin for president in this liberal bastion currently by a 53%-45% margin.



This is of course an on-line poll and although it advises that readers can only vote once these sort of polls have to be taken with a grain of salt. However, even given all cautions, the fact that in a NYC poll Palin can get above 50% is remarkable.


Today Fox news ran a poll asking viewers if they would choose Palin or Christie in  the event of a deadlocked convention and, with over 12,000 votes in so far Palin is far ahead of not only Christie but the other prospective candidates, particularly Jeb Bush whom the GOP establishment have touted as the “White Knight” should Romney falter. 



The reality is, as I wrote yesterday, of all prospective late entry candidates, only Palin has the name recognition, resources and foot soldiers to potentially win the subsequent general election-it looks like the voters see it that way as well..


Yes, these are on line polls but the general trend is unmistakeable

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GOP Establishment Needn’t Worry If Romney Falters: Palin/Rubio Can Win Electoral College

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on February 19, 2012

According to the media and noted commentators  AT THIS LINK the Beltway/Establishment side of the GOP is starting to worry about Santorum’s ascendancy. 


A mystery senator commented that if Romney loses Michigan (and if that happened he would probably lose Ohio massively) the party needs to look for a late entry candidate. The mystery senator nominated Jeb Bush for the “White Knight” rescue mission role.


The thinking being that a late entrant could win enough of the remaining primary states to ensure a brokered convention, and then the back room dealing could give the late entrant the nomination. 


Jeb Bush appears to be the chosen one because he has name recognition, a successful stint as governor of a key swing state, has links to the establishment, and could raise the required funds to counter Romney’s money in a short period.


The problem with that scenario is Bush would sink like a stone. All that he would do would be a Huntsman and take a small amount of votes from Romney-presuming Romney carried on. 


If Romney left the field then all that would happen would be the shift of one candidate with no appeal to the base, to another with no appeal to the base.


What the Dem’s and the media would do in face of another Bush is to scary to contemplate. Who else? Daniels-Mr. wooden man whose wife won’t let him out to play? 


Christie? The base would gag at such a prospect, and he is a Romney supporter, enough said. Jindal stuffed up his one big nationwide chance with his terrible response to the State if the Union address. Thune? Who?


There is only one person who could have an immediate and massive response from the base.Who could tap into the financial support from 3 million Facebook followers, who would have an army of dedicated volunteers, and who has a record of success as a governor. 


Who is acceptable to social and liberal conservatives, evangelicals, and mainstream Catholic and Protestants, and has instant name recognition, and can deliver a speech with the best of them. Palin of course. It would be a bitter pill for the establishment to swallow, but they did it before, and she almost gave them a win, but for Lehman brothers getting in the way.


If the electoral map below is examined it is clear that the GOP, with the right candidate can win, with a bit of room in the electoral college count to lose either Colorado or Iowa. Florida is the key though. 


If Florida is lost then Obama wins, there is no scenario where the GOP can win otherwise-I can’t see the Republicans carrying Pennsylvania if they lose Florida or Virginia either frankly.


If Romney falters then the establishment should look seriously at a Palin/Rubio ticket. That would give an excellent chance of carrying Florida with the support of the Hispanic vote, and would assist with Colorado as well. 


It would be an Anglo/Hispanic, female/male Protestant/Catholic ticket with so much going for it. Instead of looking in all the wrong places, the establishment has a winning combination right in front of their noses-hopefully common sense will prevail against prejudice, and they will go with this winning team.






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