Palin More Popular in Northeast? Huckabee Polls Best Against Obama?
The Rasmussen polls released yesterday reported on Mitt Romney’s and Sarah Palin’s competitive state against President Obama in 2012. Another reputable polling outfit, Public Policy, released its latest poll yesterday, with some interesting results: http://www.publicpolicypolling.com/pdf/PPP_Release_National_720.pdf Among other things, Sarah Palin appears to be more popular among Northeastern Republicans than in other parts of the country. http://publicpolicypolling.blogspot.com/2009/07/notes-on-palin-and-gop.html And, among four potential GOP contenders (Romney, Palin, Huckabee | Read More »
BHAG’s for the 2012 GOP Contenders
“BHAG’s”…or, “Big, Hairy, Audacious Goals” each of the early 2012 GOP Presidential prospects must do to significantly advance their cause: 1) Mike Huckabee: Win over the Club for Growth. 2) Sarah Palin: Somehow, through self-appointment or the 2010 election, become one of Alaska’s senators providing her with more exposure and involvement in national and international political issues. 3) Mitt Romney: Donate 80% of his fortune | Read More »
Palin: The First Three Term President since FDR.
Does anyone really think John McCain is in this for two terms? I didn’t think so. Given that, I think an argument could be made that although Palin is filling the second slot on the 2008 GOP Presidential ticket, symbolically, she is really in the top slot. I think there will be a noticeable, but small percentage of voters who will now vote for the | Read More »
First let me say I think Governor Palin’s selection by John McCain is brilliant and masterful. I join thousands of other three-legged stool conservatives in being re-energized when I thought my presidential election energy was entirely spent. Based on McCain’s VP choice alone, I’ve donated to a presidential campaign for only the second time in my life. The energetic and postive response to Palin from | Read More »