Palin 2012?

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    Are the republicans really insane enough to nominate this woman?
     
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    Yes
     
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    God I hope so. :eusa_pray:
     
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    I think she'd win five states.
     
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    I'm not sure if she'd even win Alaska. Obama almost got Arizona on McCain.

    She'd probably win some of the southern states in the General election.

    She'd win the Republican nomination though. The Republican Party aren't going to nominate Huckabee, Ron Paul, or Romney because of their views or religious views.

    Which is why McCain won the nomination despite knowing nothing about the economy.

    If Romney wasn't a mormon, he would of gotten it.

    Interestingly enough, many Republicans would most likely create their own new party or join the Libertarian one if they truly want to be Conservatives.
     
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    Incumbents don't lose anyway. Think about it.
     
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    Wow, I don't think it could happen.
     
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    If they nominate Palin, they might as well save everyone the time and money and give the Messiah another four years.
     
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    Yes incumbants lose, look at Jimmy Carter. Obama wont get re-elected, he is already a disaster and hasn't even taken office yet.

    Although I have to agree, if Palin runs and gets the nomination the GOP is screwed. That woman is a nightmare and the reason McCain lost.

    Personally I hope Rudy runs again. He has his website domain registered www.joinrudy2012.com
     
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    As with incumbants losing, disasters in office often win. After all, Bush won in 2004. And your dismissal of Obama is just a bit premature.
     

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