Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Is Sarah Palin Going To Run In 2012?

Sarah Palin’s keynote speech at the Reagan Dinner in Iowa has set off the left and the MSM as to weather she will be running against President Obama in 2012. It sure does look like she is going to run, but who isn't? I would like to see what kind of interest Palin will bring to the conservative movement. All I know is that she sets off the left like no one else. But the left tend to not hold back when it comes to attacking conservative women. I'm sure the Democrats will over step their 'politically correct" bounds when dealing with her and that will put a bad taste in the mouth of most women voters. We will see what the Democratic Party really thinks of women if she chooses to run in 2012. All you women are you ready to watch what kind of hell the Democratic Party will unleash on this poor women? Just remember what the Democratic Party did to Hillary Clinton and Sarah Palin the last election. Let's see how low they will go in their sexist treatment of these women again in 2012. I wish them both luck and Gods speed in their indevor. She will make things interesting win or loose.


  1. Whispers around Capitol Hill are the Defense Authorization bill was never meant to pass. Tuesday’s cloture vote in the Senate on the annual Pentagon budget went down in a 56 - 43 vote. The two Arkansas Democrats Blanche Lincoln and Mark Pryor both crossed party lines and voted with Republicans. Senate majority leader Harry Reid, Nevada Democrat voted no, so the vote could be brought up again at a later time.

    Tacked on to the defense bill were controversial measures like the repeal of the military policy known as Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, the pro-amnesty immigration bill called the Dream Act, and allowing abortions on military bases.

    Many around the hill were skeptical the bill would get pass a cloture vote given the controversial subject matter and believe Democrats only wanted to fire up their most activist liberal base: pro-amnesty activists, LGBT activists, and pro-choice groups.

    However, if Democrats really wanted to be successful with the agenda pieces above, they would have dealt with the measures months ago. Instead, Democrat lawmakers gave their activists hope that something good for the base could happen this week, knowing very well the bill would likely fail. Furthermore, such a move not only stabs their own liberal base in the back but also punishes our men and women in our military at the same time.

    Will this kind of tease bring out liberals to the polls in November? It may bring out their progressive faithful; however, Democrats on the hill may not be considering that social conservatives were fired up during this week’s debate too, and they are revved up to vote themselves.

  2. Next Time We Will See "Dont Ask Dont Tell" Will Be AFTER Mid Terms When Lame Duck Congress Progressives Have One Last Time To Put Their Ideaology Over Citizens They Were Elected To Represent And Did Not! Also Think Valued Added Tax Will Be Adopted To Pay For All OUR Spending. A TAX All Will Get To Pay No Matter If Your Rich Or Poor. Aint Hope And Change Great?

    Dont Know For Sure Whom Will Be GOP Canadate In 2012 But It Better Not Be A McCain Clone Or This Party Is In Real Trouble. A Moderate Republican Stands For Nothing.

    Most TV Ads For This Campaign Its Hard To Tell Whom Is With What Party. Seems Liberals KNOW They Cannot Run On Their Record So Why Not Try The RIGHT Message. Guess They Still Think Citizens Are Not Smart Enough To Figure Out Whoms Who!

  3. He must be joking22 September, 2010 14:12

    With approval ratings plummeting and support for the new health care law waning, the president is scrambling for ways to sell his health care overhaul. Possibly looking for a miracle, he’s turning to church leaders who preach about such events to deliver one.

    “Obama, alongside other top administration officials, beseeched thousands of faith-based and community organizations to preach the gospel on new insurance reforms, chiefly the Patients’ Bill of Rights.” That’s how Politico describes a conference call that featured the president on Tuesday.

    “Get out there and spread the word,” the president encouraged religious leaders on the call. Politico reports that Obama also advised those listening to treat the new law as settled fact and use their perches of power to convey that message to congregants and friends.

    “The debate in Washington is over,” he said, and called on the leaders to be “important validators and trusted resources,” regarding the law.

    Despite reports and news that the new health care law is not fulfilling some of the promises Obama made regarding it, and that those within the president’s own party are distancing themselves from it, he still sees the law as a monumental piece of legislation that is good for the country:

    This is something that we’ll be able to look back on, just like we do on Medicare and Social Security, as a cornerstone that improves the security of millions of Americans, at the same time lowers costs and gets control of costs, both at the government level, but also for families and businesses.

    That‘s a sentiment that is not shared by all those in the president’s own party. For example, Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR) who voted for the health care bill is now encouraging his state to seek ways to bypass some of its requirement.

    Tuesday’s conference call was organized by Health and Human Services Center for Faith-Based and Community Partnerships.

    Recognizing the large task in front of the group, Joshua DuBois, director of the White House Office of Faith-based and Community Partnerships, outlined the task: “We’ve got work to do.”


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