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Saturday, October 15, 2011


Donald Pay

I've always thought that Palin would run as a third party or independent candidate. If she would cut loose from the corporate elite and run as a populist (as she did as Governor in Alaska) against the corporate power brokers, she might just win against Romney and Obama.

Bill Fleming

There could be more than one Indy candidate, the way things are shaping up. "Populist/Libertarians" from both bases.
Could be interesting. But I agree in general. This is Obama's race to lose.

Margaret Wang

We must elect Sarah Palin president in the most crushing tidal wave of enthusiastic good judgment ever seen in the history of this nation. With that one bold move we will accomplish the dual goals of seeing America led by the greatest natural born leader in our generation, even as we witness the final implosion and last agonized shrieks of our endlessly lying extreme left loonies. Their entire movement, from the fabricated attacks on Bush beginning with ‘Blood For Oil’ to the crammed-down-our-gullets lies of Obamacare and the Shovel Ready Stimulus, have been nothing but one vile deceit heaped upon another. Such an absolute inability to deal in the truth or to face the facts of our situation and its solutions only proves that there is simply no place at the grown-ups’ table for these diseased sputa. Good riddance to rubes and bad rubbish. Time to usher in the American Renaissance, carried in on the invigoratingly freshening breeze of President Sarah Palin.


Palin would get smashed running as a 3rd party candidate. And she would hand Obama another term.

Romney is the only candidate who can beat Obama.

Stan Gibilisco

I disagree with Donald. I agree with sdpride.

Sarah Palin, Ron Paul, Donald Trump ... In my opinion, none of them can get the Republican nomination, and none of them could beat Obama on any ticket, but they could ensure Obama's re-election by running as independents.

I wonder about Herman Cain! How can so many people not see through his 999 plan as a massive tax cut for the wealthy and a potentially devastating tax rise for the poor?

Bill, how about Dennis Kucinich running as an independent? Let's draft him. He'd make things interesting. Can you imagine him running against Herman Cain? Oh well, we can dream. It's still legal, I think.

I'm pulling for Romney. At least he's got some substance along with all that style.

Bill Fleming

...or Bernie Sanders. Anybody but Ralph.....zzzzzzzz....uh...huh?...what?...oh... sorry... Nader.

Josh Kitts

As a usually logical man, I have never understood why (logically), Obama is deemed such a VERY BAD PRESIDENT, other than the FACT that he has been up against a group of Republican-tea partiers who swore to see him fail right from the beginning!!!!!

Bill Fleming

Good question, Josh. Here's some evidence to back up your point.


Mike Cooper

Romney doesn't "hold views," he rents them. Obama will run a demogogic campaign, but he will find that much more effective against Romney than Cain. People don't like either Romney or Obama. People like Cain. It is hard to demonize him. He has his flaws, but any reasonable Democrat has to hope to run against multiple choice Romney.


"...other than the FACT that he has been up against a group of Republican-tea partiers who swore to see him fail right from the beginning!!!"

Welcome to politics. That's how it works. Both sides take whatever position they need to in order to get back in power.


Obama would destroy Cain. Obama is far more articulate and Cain hasn't proven himself as anything more than a gimmick candidate. Obama would much rather face Cain than Romney who is miles ahead of Herman in fundraising and organization.


Yes, Obama is, um, uh, well, uh, more um, uh, uh ar, um ticulate than ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh Cain. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qp0hU1THjuc Yes, he is so much more articulate than Cain-if his teleprompter is functioning.

Mike Cooper

sdpride (great name btw), watch the Clinton-Cain debate on You Tube about health care. Cain is extremly articulate and he made mincemeat out of Clinton, and Clinton is much better than Obama. And, Cain comes across as more likeable. For many reasons, one of which is respective debating ability, Obama would rather face Romney than Cain.

Bill Fleming

Cain cain't.


Correct Obama will win. I predict 52-47 with 332 EVS. A smaller margin than in
2008. However, winning ugly doesnt set The One up well for a successful 2nd term.
His popularity will peak before he is inaugurated and will fall below his lowest
approval rating to date. 2014 will be an even bigger disaster for the Dems as they
lose all the House seats they gained in 2012 and lose 8-10 seats in the Senate.

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