The next RNC Chairman should...

Sarah Palin

Sarah! Sarah! Sarah!

This woman represents the best and brightest future for the Republican party. Sarah is to 2012 what Reagan was to 1980. She represents all true American ideals and really speaks to the core of the American spirit.

If you dont believe me look at the numbers.

According to this rasmussen poll!

Sixty-nine percent (69%) of Republican voters say Alaska Governor Sarah Palin helped John McCain’s bid for the presidency.

91% of Republicans have a favorable view of Palin, including 65% who say their view is Very Favorable.

We need Sarah palin, and we need her now! SAVE US SARAH!

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      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        We need people with new ideas. All Sarah Palin has is folksy talk and a pretty face.

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Put Sarah as a running mate for VP and you will get the women's vote! I doubt you can put Ron Paul as a running mate, which is another suggestion.

      • KickedMeWhile ImDown commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Then we are in a lot of trouble. I am a flaming Republican to the core and admititly have have more money than smarts but it was really hard to defend Bush at times about how he was really smart. Bush was smart in the right ways, in my pocket book but deep down I knew he wasnt the smoothest public speaker but to pretend Palin is smart is way to outrages even for this rock of a Republican I am. Palin is the brightest?? Really??? We can do better than that and i wish you all could see the sourpuss look of discuse i have on my face right now. Palin the Brightest?? Man how could you?

      • Steve commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Ms. Palin could sure benefit from some Grass Roots technology, like rVotes!

      • SandyCove commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Romney was a terrible governor. He had a 4 year term but resigned after 3 years. He cut budgets and did all he could to make a name for himself. He called the wonderful Big Dig "the world's longest car wash." He denigrated our state whenever he could. He flip flopped on major issues. He is a man you cannot trust. And I voted for him thinking he would make changes. He did nothing and now our state is in need of many physical improvements. Just drive on the SE Xway or Route 93 at night and look at the hundreds of lights that don't work. Thanks for nothing Mitt.

      • chick commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Sarah Palin just got a job on Fox - now we can hair more of her opinoins! People were scratching their heads when she resigned as govenor - but look at her go! First the book (exposing the lying liberal media and those snotty McCain people) and now FOX!!! It was a great move - Sarah can now help mobolize the GOP through TV......We'll show those stupid elite liberals at the next election. Although I do agree with the Dems on one point - health care. We couldn't afford and insurance and my wife got cancer - we lost our house - it's pretty terrible right now. But I'm sure if Sarah Palin was president, she would help reform health care and insurance too.

      • wizard61 commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I think Palin has many chapters left to write, and I don't think anyone can predict where this plot will go next -- let alone how the story will end.

      • Nunuva Yerbizness commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Sarah is the perfect candidate to further a Christian Nationalist agenda. Praise Jesus and pass the ammunition! Yeehaaah!

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      • Ted commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Our party needs bold, fresh leadership and it is on the way. Get rid of the RINOs and make room at the top for Sarah, Bobby Jindal, Neal Horsley, Michelle Bachmann and Jeb Bush.

      • sickmint79 commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        included in the reasons as to why the republicans just got destroyed is the naive belief that this naive woman is some great steward of the republican party. she will be useful in the next primary for comedic value only.

      • adagioforstrings commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        re: ErnestPayne :"For gods sake back the obama plan and stop looking like dogs in the manger. "

        #1: I thought the Democratic talking points were to sell this stimulus package as bi-partisan, not as Obama's plan.

        #2: "Obama's plan", as you correctly call it, is boon-doggle, pork barrell socialism & should NOT be made into law. Any RINO who supports it should be kicked out of office.

      • JS4Pat commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Pathetic - This is a big reason why the GOP lost the last 2 elections.
        No intellectual honesty. Symbolism over substance - just like Obamarama.

      • Brian89 commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        The main reason I don't like her is because she admitted to smoking weed and then started apologizing for it and saying how bad it was turning it into an awkward angry reply. Instead, she should have said, "It's legal where I live" and be done with it. She's a foolish, childish person deep down and it's so easy to see it.

      • ErnestPayne commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Is everyone in the Republican Party overdosing on stupid pills? The woman is a fool and so are the idiots that think she is wonderful. For gods sake back the obama plan and stop looking like dogs in the manger. Complaining about the spending on his plan after the utter stupidity of the bush era makes you look absolutely out of touch with reality

      • EastCoastElite commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Sarah Palin is a very bright star and an up and comer in the party, but it's not fair to her nor is it wise for the party to heap all the republican's hopes for the future on her shoulders. The party needs to define its goals clearly in order for her -- or anyone else -- to get the support they need to govern effectively on the federal level. There is no magic bullet here!

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