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    "By focusing his campaign mostly on serious economic and political issues such as the national debt and tax incentives, Romney failed to take into account the fact that large segments of the electorate neither know nor care much about serious economic and political issues," Allen writes.

    I couldn't agree more. Unfortunately, since the Left doesn't understand economics and has no interest in comprehending it, they dumb down everything to skin color, genitalia, and handouts. It's hard to argue with stupid.
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    Oh I hope so. Sarah Palin would be a perfect candidate for the GOP. She is certainly one of the smartest people in the party. Run Sarah Run!
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    You're being a smarty pants, but Sarah is definitely smarter than anyone in the Democratic coalition of thieves. She has more patriotism in her pinky finger than obama has in his whole family tree. We could use someone with Palin's fire in the belly and mama grizzly instincts. Our country could use her staunchly uncompromising conservative politics. God please bless our nation, as the people foolishly let the liberals run it.
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    @Neo_NtheMatrix Neo, Neo, Neo. Why the name calling? We are both in agreement that Sarah Palin would be a great candidate for the GOP. I'm a uniter - not a divider. God please bless our country and help those poor deluded souls on the right to become wiser and accept the wisdom of those on the left.
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    @Neo_NtheMatrix But you called me a smarty pants! Granted that's not the worst I have been called but still.... I never claimed that I was a fan of Ms Palin. I only said that she was one of the smartest in the GOP and that she would be a great candidate. Aren't we in complete agreement on this issue?
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    @PNWest-- It's so nice to have a Lefty on here who isn't afraid of being called a Lefty, liberal etc. Most of you are so skittish of being called what you are. What's even better is that you fit into the stereotype of a liberal as a hypocritical divider who divides people up and assigns beliefs according to skin color, genitalia and class while simultaneously ostracizing any members of those groups that stray fro the flock. Governor Palin is a perfect example...

    Hey Liberals! Your Misogyny is showing!
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    She may be ready for "Ellen" or "Kelly and Michael" and she could probably take on Katie Couric (since she seems to have taken up newspaper reading according to this photo), but she would be so much more entertaining on Meet the Press or Face the Nation. I hope the GOP does go qith Palin in 2016, it would almost ensure another four years of progressive government.
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    I'm not so confident you guys could beat her. Romney didn't lose because he was too conservative, he lost because he wasn't conservative enough. Palin is conservative enough plus she has the fire in the belly to fight for what this country is hungering for. America's children are hungry for true liberty and freedom. obama is not the one to help us achieve success in this country.
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    I think that Ms Palin should avoid people like Katie Couric. If she sticks to Fox News she'll do better. I'm pretty sure that Meet the Press or Face the Nation isn't likely to happen. The important thing is that she runs and wins the GOP nomination. The GOP doesn't need someone like Chris Christie as their nominee. They need Sarah Palin, Michelle Bachman, Herman Cain or Rick Santorum.
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    Face it, Palin is losing her looks, and her 15 min are just about up. Even if I agreed with her, I'd never vote for her because she quit her job as governor. That's a leader? What if she were President and we had a crisis? Would she quit and run away?
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    No chance. Too many people hate her and the media would crucify her (justified or not). Besides, it's a moot point since Marco Rubio will be the candidate in 2016.....
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    Palin is America's best hope? Palin? Cute and Annoying? Ok...please direct me to the boat OUT of America!!!! I am a conservative and she makes me cringe.
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    All anyone needs to do to win is to promise free stuff, paid for by 'the rich,' and you'll get in. Fiscal prudence? Overrated. Statesmanship? Forget it. Experience? Never mind! Where's my ObumblePhone?

    This democracy has reached the tipping point. The takers now outnumber the contributors. I promise not to worry about it so long as I get my free goodies!
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    "...Romney failed to take into account the fact that large segments of the electorate neither know nor care much about serious economic and political issues,"

    What bunk. Poll after poll demonstrated the economy as the #1 concern of voters, and the election showed convincingly that the Romney campaign's refusal to describe specifics of their economic plan was damaging.

    But Sarah Palin? Seriously? This is the woman who's already been defeated by a Democratic ticket, and who then went on to express her commitment to promises made to her constituents by resigning her governorship halfway through. Her political career is done, and, to judge by the election year airtime she received from her current employer, Fox, her media career is in the dumps, too.

    Slow news week, huh?
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    I new the second I saw her walk out on stage at her announcement as VP the race was over. If by even a snowballs chance in hell she would get the nomination in 16, the Republicans would be guaranteed another defeat. Although if she was, it would be the best thing that could happen to a third party candidate.
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    oh my dear god...her???? you know the republicans are grasping at straws when sarah palin's the best they can come up with....my left shoe has a higher iq than her...nice picture of the news papers....wonder if she knows what she reads this time around. I'M A MAVERICK, I CAN SEE RUSSIA FROM MY HOUSE?!!! do you know why McCain lost??? people realized if he won we'd be a 72 years old's heartbeat stopping away from HER as commander in cheif!
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    If he thinks that Sarah Palin is the Republican Party's best hope, then this conservative writer has already given up the election, as well as given up on the intelligence of conservative voters. Leadership of the Republican Party has been dumbed down too far already. Leave the Barbie and Ken dolls for "American Idol" and give us someone smart enough to do what is right for the country, rather than do the country for the right.
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    LOLOLOL Talk about a staged photo. This woman beyond her looks may well be the dumbest woman in America. I'm reminded of a high school cheerleader that the boys wanted to bed and the girls wanted to look like. Lights on nobody home. You want to lose three Presidential election in a row GOP? Go right ahead and run her.
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    I'm not so confident you guys could beat her. Romney didn't lose because he was too conservative, he lost because he wasn't conservative enough. Palin is conservative enough plus she has the fire in the belly to fight for what this country is hungering for. America's children are hungry for true liberty and freedom. obama is not the one to help us achieve success in this country.
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    @Neo_NtheMatrix I voted for Gary Johnson. Good luck with Ms Palin. I hope you do nominate her. It will be the final nail in the coffin of the Christian right.
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    @Jet_Silverman - In what way? By saying that he supported people having a job and not being government dependent? I don't see how that's insulting.
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    @Neo_NtheMatrix "I'm not so confident you guys could beat her."

    Actually, the Democrats already did. In 2008. Remember?
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    I don't know. I wanted to vote for her this year. I thought she had the fire in the belly and the right politics to win it. Instead she strung us faithful supporters along and then decided not to run. I'm not sure I'd support her in 2016 if she ran. This was a pivotal year in order to save our nation and we couldn't count on Palin to help us out. Truth be told, we might not even be a sovereign nation in 2016.
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    @Dan_Tien - My oldest son is still mad at Palin for not throwing her hat in the ring. He thinks she would have made a great president. Instead we ended up with four more years of speeding off the financial cliff.
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    @Neo_NtheMatrix She wouldn't have even gotten the nomination. She knew it, or at least someone convinced her of that reality.
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    Oh, come on, she had no intention of running. She just wanted to stay in the spotlight. Why would you vote for her? She quit her job as governor of a state that has more ice flows than people because people were saying mean things about her. How could she handle being President of the US? Seriously, I don't see how anybody could vote for her. Sure, she's pretty. Why not just vote for P!nk then? At least P!nk could deal with the pressure.
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    If they're sticking with the uneducated, nonsense, fanatically religious, catch phrase, basic vocab blubdering, gun waving, gay bashin, fence buildin, oil drilling platform, she's the perfect candidate.
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    well i know if she had been, the vp candidate this last election. romney, would of won. and would of done better, in the vice persidential debate. and would of gathered, more of the woman vote.

    i think she could be a plus, as a vp candidate. but would be uncertain, as to her chances as a presidential candidate. and being the vice president, would only increase her chances in the future, for becoming the first presidentette.
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    I don't hate the laddie but she would be like a female Romney as to broad appeal. I would rather see Rubio, or Jeff Bush or even Christ Christy go for the helm. As for a third party candidate winning the presidency, I can only dream at this point.
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