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Archive for November 13th, 2012

Audio:Sarah Steelman (Endorsed By Palin Over Akin) calls out Team Romney for shunning Sarah Palin

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on November 13, 2012

Sarah Steelman was enthusiastically endorsed for the Missouri Senate seat by Sarah Palin. Unfortunately for everyone she lost-with the assistance of McCaskill- to  Akin who turned out to be a disaster, and who lost what should have been a landslide win for the GOP.

Steelman is hugely loyal to Palin as can be heard in her broadcast and her points are indisputable. Quote: The only Senate seat the GOP picked up was the Palin endorsed Deb Fischer’s successful run in Nebraska”

“Maybe the Republican Party should listen to Sarah Palin instead of stiff-arming he.r”

“In fact, how’d that (Palin blocked) convention work out for ya Mr. Romney?”

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McCain/Palin Did Better In Ohio Than “Electable” Romney.All Palin Myth’s Utterly Discredited

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on November 13, 2012

Cross posted at M.Joseph Sheppard’s “A Point of View’

Byron York has yet another in the seemingly endless sequence of GOP post mortems up at The Examiner. This one entitled “In Ohio, the GOP puzzles over missing white voters” goes through some of the various explanations for Romney’s loss-you can read it for yourself

AT THIS LINK but to save time, because he, like all the other articles in the same vein, doesn’t come to a conclusion here are the basic facts from his report:

In 2008, John McCain got 2,677,820 votes in Ohio. In 2012, according to a still-unofficial tally from the Ohio Secretary of State, Mitt Romney got 2,583,582. If before the election you had said to any politically involved Ohio Republican that Romney would receive fewer votes than McCain, you would have gotten a blank stare in return. “I would not have believed that,” says Alex Triantafilou, head of the Republican Party in Hamilton County, a critical swing area that includes Cincinnati. “I would have argued strongly that that was not going to be the case.

Here is the money quote from a GOP operative.

 Romney couldn’t fully connect with voters who might lean Republican. “My general impression is that the base, the activists — the people you need — never emotionally invested in Romney the way they emotionally invested in George W. Bush,” says a senior GOP operative involved in the campaign. Maybe not even as much as they invested in McCain.

Yes, indeed, but to expand the concept to its proper conclusion; not as much as they invested in McCain/Palin.

On current figures McCain/Palin would have lost by about 19k votes  (0.7% compared to Romney’s actual loss by 113K 1.7%)  with the same Obama turnout, and most probably would have won as the White turnout would have been higher. So much for ‘The GOP needs a candidate with electability/Palin cost McCain the election” memes, and yet proof again that a true conservative will motivate the base-

Palin 2016, please.

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Yahoo Opinion Editorial; “Sarah Palin for President, 2016”

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on November 13, 2012

Here is an excellent opinion piece by Mark Whittington who, surveying the 2016 presidential election field sees Sarah Palin as the best choice for America:

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Mark Whittington

The person I would pick to run for president, on the Republican Party ticket, in 2016 is former Alaska Gov. and former Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin. Considering what happened in 2012, she is the obvious candidate.

Besides having successfully occupied a number of offices, including that of governor of Alaska, Palin has enjoyed an out of proportion degree of power and influence as a private citizen. In both 2010 and 2012, her endorsement has been the difference between victory and defeat for a number of conservative candidates.

But one thing that recommends Palin as a candidate is who her enemies are. She is hated and feared by the left, but also by establishment Republicans. Considering that candidates that the establishment Republicans like, such as Mitt Romney, tend to lose, that last is not a bad recommendation. Palin, unlike Romney, has impeccable conservative credentials.

She has been unfairly maligned as an intellectual light weight, a crazy person, and a mere media star – just like another former governor a generation ago named Ronald Reagan. Like Palin, Reagan was written off by all the smart people. The parallels are almost eerie.

Published by Mark Whittington

Mark R. Whittington is a writer residing in Houston, Texas. He is the author of The Last Moonwalker, Children of Apollo, Dark Sanction, and Nocturne. He has written numerous articles, some for the Washington…  View profile

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