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Sarah Palin said this week she'd run for president in 2012 "if there's nobody else to do it."Subscribe to the Rightardia feed: feeds.feedburner.com/blogspot/IGiu
Of course, Rightardia would expect Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich to put their hat into the ring and Pastor Huckabeee as well. Halley Barbour may go for the prize, too. Others will emerge by 2012.
An ABC News/Washington Post poll suggests her candidacy would go over like a lead balloon.
The telephone survey taken Oct. 25-28 of 1,202 adults found that two-thirds of registered voters say Palin governor is unqualified for the job, and more than half continue to rate her unfavorably overall.
ABC News reported:
Palin appears to have gained little luster from the success of the Tea Party political movement with which she'd aligned: Just 39 percent of registered voters see her favorably, the most basic measure of a public figure's popularity. That's essentially the same as her lows, 37 percent, last winter and spring. Even fewer, just 27 percent, see her as qualified for the presidency.
Rightardia views Palin as "George Bush is a skirt." Palin has charisma and simple solutions for complex problems. Like Bush she is an evangelical and would probably get the US involved in another trillion dollar war attacking Iran.
The left would crush her like a bug in the next presidential election! Bring it on.
We say no, that's not a fact. While Gelber has repeatedly voted against and criticized vouchers for any students, he has no record at all of voting against Jewish education, and it's a crass twist of logic to claim otherwise.
Characterizing his long opposition to the voucher program as a direct vote against needy Jewish children is flat-out wrong. We rate this claim Pants on Fire.Subscribe to the Rightardia feed: feeds.feedburner.com/blogspot/IGiu