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Archive for November 8th, 2012

McCain/Palin turned out an estimated 2 million more voters than Romney/Ryan

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on November 8, 2012

UPDATE:  “Firelight’s” comment below is a bit exaggerated, as pointed out by Israpundit. Mark Levin puts the difference between the vote for McCain/Palin and Romney/Ryan at about 2 million .  Another site claims to have the actual vote counts, which yield a smaller difference.

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What is more important and quite shocking is the massive voter fraud that propelled Obama over the finish line.  ObamaVoterFraud.com has posted links to numerous reports of voter fraud.  Add to that the systematic suppression of the military vote by the Department of Defense and the hundreds of thousands of military votes that got here past the deadline.  Dr. Gina Loudon also has some thoughts about how possibly illicit data mining may have contributed to the Obama campaign’s success.

What is truly baffling is that no one will stand up to these thug tactics and call for the appropriate investigations.  John McCain was aware of massive voter fraud in Ohio and Pennsylvania  in the 2008 election but conceded anyway to prevent social unrest.  By doing so, he unleashed something far worse – four years of a failed Obama administration.  And by all appearances, the same thing is happening all over again.

Recount, anyone?

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“Firelight” makes a comment on the election at the Nattional Review Online website AT THIS LINK and makes an indisputable assertion – highlighted in  red below.

Firelight

Richard Mourdock was not part of the messaging problem. He was asked a question and simply stood by his belief that he would choose life. In any other election cycle, his answer would have been a non-issue but it was poor timing following the Akin fiasco.

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Romney lost because he simply couldn’t turn out the vote. McCain/Palin turned out 6.2 Million more voters than Romney/Ryan did and that is all it would have taken to beat Obama this time around if you look at the numbers. Perhaps Romney should put some thought into what is was that McCain had that helped produce an extra 6.2 million votes, that helped create the tidal wave of the 2010 mid-term victories… here’s a hint… she wears lipstick.

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Sarah Palin’s Brother’s Facebook Page Says The Magic Words: “Sarah 2016”

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on November 8, 2012

Exactly right Mr. Heath (AT THIS LINK), which sentiment this site has been advocating for some months now!

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From Sarah Palin’s Brother’s Facebook page:

Sarah 2016

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Astonishing Interest (60,000 Views) for Post On “How Palin Could Have Won (With Map) 2012 Election.”

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on November 8, 2012

The article reposted below, “Census Bureau Electoral College 2012 Map Shows Palin’s Eleven Vote Win,” has proven to be the most popular ever posted on the M.Joseph Sheppard’s “A Point Of View” site. It was reposted, on M. Joseph Sheppard’s site “Palin4President2016” and at “The Sarah Palin Information Blog” site also in December 2010.

Surprisingly, pleasantly, and somewhat mystifyingly, it is growing substantially in page views even though election is now over and of course Palin didn’t run. Why so many page views now, and why so much interest in her winning the presidency?

From the SPIB site today:

Months and Years

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Total
2010 95 95
2011 71 78 71 80 34 48 99 26 67 22 44 37 677
2012 118 201 116 108 368 364 363 1,397 4,516 4,550 22,896 34,997

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The article was written at a time when it was considered that Palin might make a run for the GOP nomination in 2012 and, of course, for the presidency should she have been successful at gaining the nomination.

Given the voting history of the states assigned to Palin in the Electoral College map it was entirely feasible that she could have won the required number of EC votes to have reached the 270 needed to be elected (irrespective of the popular vote).

The article garnered a bit of interest at both sites and readership declined precipitously (and of course understandably so) after Palin declared she would not be a candidate in October 2011. But, astonishingly and interestingly, the readership of the post has increased strikingly!

Commencing with an uptick in May of this year and accelerating to over 5,900 page views for August and September combined, 4,500 for October, and almost 23,000 so far in November, as per the analysis above from the SPIB site, there have been almost 35,000 views at that site alone.   There were 20,535 views for November 5 through November 7.  Between the 3 sites where it has been posted, there have been an astounding total of over 60,000 views!!   It is, by far, the most viewed post ever on these sites.

The article had not been front page on either site since it was first posted, so for well over 20 thousand combined views to have happened recently in the last two and half months means that people are searching for the article. Perhaps and possibly more likely, they search for an Electoral College map pertaining to the Obama vs Romney campaign, and upon seeing the link to the post, are clicking on it.

This raises the question as to why that is happening. Does it mean that people are interested in “what might have been” and viewers wanted a comparison to the current Electoral College maps which showed President Obama with a substantial lead? Were Republicans looking towards 2016 should Romney have lost and judging whether Palin would be better placed to win under those circumstances?

The fact that there is such interest in the possibility of a Palin campaign – when she was not running and now that the election is over – shows, indisputably, that there is huge interest in the possibility of a future run to the degree that people wish to see exactly how a Palin run could bring victory. The map, in my opinion, shows a more than viable path to an election win for Palin.

Here is the original post from December 2010:

The final 2012 Census Bureau Electoral College adjustments are now in and we can take a preview snapshot of what the most likely result will be for Sarah Palin.

With the population shifts and a net Republican states gain of 6 electoral votes over the 2008 allocation Palin would assume the presidency with an eleven electoral vote margin.
There is room therefore to lose Colorado or Iowa and still win comfortably.

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Palin Would Like A Female VP Running Mate 2016;Rice, Ayotte, Haley Or Martinez? A Tough Choice

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on November 8, 2012

SB – (Reading Twitter question) “will you run in 2016 if Romney doesn’t win or in 2020 and would you consider Condi Rice as an all female ticket as your VP?”

SP- “wouldn’t that be cool – an all female ticket.”

Note that Palin didn’t deny the possibility of either a presidential run or her having a female VP if a run took place. Using that as the baseline, i.e. a possible future run and female ticket mate who are currently the best placed candidates?

There is in fact a wealth of such possible top class people who each bring many qualities which would strikingly enhance a ticket.Here are some potential running mates for Palin and a discussion of their many outstanding qualities plus a few  of the negatives which might be associated with them in considering who would be the best choice for 2016.

Condoleezza Rice; Rice is unquestionably qualified in every respect  She is a world figure, would bring unquestioned foreign policy experience and huge gravitas. She is an accomplished speaker, businessperson, academic amongst a  host of qualities and qualifications.

Her selection would immediately negate any leftist “racism” lies and her candidacy might slice some points off the massive Black vote for the Dem’s which could be vital in marginal states. In a recent poll when voters were asked about Rice as a potential running mate the proposed Romney/Rice ticket received a substantial boost in support.

Rice might run into some opposition because of her abortion views and her association  with the fiscally negligent Bush administration  She would be harshly attacked by the left because of her role in the Iraq war and would be attacked over 9/11 being on her watch.

Nikki Haley: Haley would be very compatible with Palin as Haley owes her successful run, in large part, to Palin’s endorsement at a crucial time in the South Carolina Republican governorship primary campaign. Haley not only had to fight the opposing Dem’s but also a slanderous GOP boys club innuendo attack on her.

That she toughed both elements out on her way to being elected governor shows her strength of character and political toughness. Haley would elicit sympathy from women who are fed up with the sort of attacks that women politicians receive and Palin/Haley might be a powerful magnet for the women’s vote.She was a successful businessperson and is pro-life.

Her being from an ethnic minority might also broaden her appeal to other minorities as well.

Unfortunately mud sticks and Haley, as VP candidate, might find herself suffering the same fate that Palin did in that situation-the victim of endless media and leftist innuendo and slurs against her and her family. This might cause a distraction from the main emphasis of the campaign. South Carolina doesn’t bring anything to the Electoral College table as it is a safe Republican state.

Haley would appear to be lacking in foreign policy experience.

Kelly Ayotte: Ayotte is another senator (like Deb Fischer shortly) who owes her election, in part, to Palin’s endorsement. Ayotte is clearly seen as a future star for the GOP as she was given a speaking role at the Tampa convention. She had a successful legal and administrative career prior to her election as governor of New Hampshire. New Hampshire is a battleground state and with her on the ticket it might be an important part of  an Electoral College victory

Her relatively unknown national profile and short time in office might be seen as a negative. New Hampshire, although a swing state has only four Electoral College votes and a running mate from a larger state might be looked for.She too would be perceived as lacking in foreign policy experience.

Susana Martinez; Martinez is yet another governor who was endorsed by Palin in the 2010 campaign. She has substantial conservative support, is a young, vibrant person and had a successful legal career.She is pro-life.

Martinez obviously could be crucial in attracting the fast growing Hispanic vote to a GOP ticket which could bring huge Electoral College rewards from Florida and other states with a growing Hispanic population.New Mexico has eluded the GOP for two elections in a row and Martinez bringing it into the GOP’s column along with Colorado and Nevada could be a massive assistance to the ticket.

She is relatively unknown and doesn’t have recognized international experience.

Some might wish Michele Bachmann’s name to be added to the list. Bachmann’s qualities and negatives are well known and she doesn’t seem a “fit” for Palin.

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Here is the original interview and discussion regarding a  possible future run and female VP running mate

SB – (Reading Twitter question) “will you run in 2016 if Romney doesn’t win or in 2020 and would you consider Condi Rice as an all female ticket as your VP?”

SP- “wouldn’t that be cool an all female ticket….maybe that’s part of the answer America needs. Um, I am obviously still thinking about running in the future for an office that would allow the effective policies that America needs. We (I) have a good track record having served in the past at local, state level of government, really engaging in the relentless reform, that is needed (indistinct – clean??) and reign in the growth of government. I think I could put some of that experience to good use on a national level so obviously still thinking about it but, um, we’ll see what the future holds.”

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“The Hill” Sees Election as “A Very Good Day For Palin, Who Will Bring Maturity To The GOP 2016”

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on November 8, 2012

“The Hill Blog”  At This Link has a wide-ranging post up canvassing the election and  its aftermath and looking forward to 2016.

In its 2016 review for the GOP, Sarah Palin comes in for major consideration. Apparently, as opposed to Commentator Jonathan Tobin, who before the election advised Palin was “yesterday’s news,” she is now notirrelevant.”

Here are the key takeaways regarding Palin: in a post entitled “Waiting for 2016: Elizabeth Warren, Sarah Palin, Rick Perry, Chris Christie, Jeb Bush and David Petraeus.”

But it is a very good day for Palin too, who will now, as she said clearly last month, challenge the very existence of the Republican Party and the Eastern establishment as she has been doing from the first.

A third party, for the first time since the 1830s, now has two wings, the one conservative with Ron Paul, the other liberal with Gary Johnson. These are birth pains. But we do not need a new political party. Conservatism needs to build a new party within the framework of the existing Republican Party, just as the Democrats did between the age of Eleanor Roosevelt and Adlai Stevenson and the age of Jack Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr.

The time is getting right for this and the shoe fits Palin, Rick Perry and potentially David Petraeus to bring maturity here in 2016 and for Chris Christie and Jeb Bush to bring opposition.”

NB. I think Christie will have a long wait if he is thinking of going for the GOP nomination

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Jedediah Bila Tweets “I see lots of posts about McCain getting more votes than Romney. Okay. But let’s be real. Those were votes for Palin, not McCain”.

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on November 8, 2012

Jedediah Bila

I see lots of posts about McCain getting more votes than Romney. Okay. But let’s be real. Those were votes for Palin, not McCain.

9:51pm Wed Nov 07

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