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Mitt Romney and Sarah Palin for President and Vice President for 2012 November 7, 2008

I am officially kicking off the 2012 election season.  It starts today.

I am officially nominating Mitt Romney and Sarah Palin for President and Vice President in 2012.

The reason that I started this post is that if in four years my life is either the same or better, I have to question what freedoms, rights and privileges did I have to give up in order to maintain that status and was it worth it?  Or could have I settled for less money and a much better state of mind in being confident that I have made the new and better choice for Mitt Romney and Sarah Palin?

Mitt Romney was my very first choice when the campaign for GOP candidate first started.  I was really bummed out when Mitt dropped out of the race.  I was so pissed that the media lampooned him for being a Mormon. That was the most unprofessional response that the media could have ever presented.  When I look back, I realize that same argument was presented against John Kennedy because he was Catholic.  How ever because the media in general is so biased in favor of a liberal, John Kennedy was elected as the 35th president of the United States anyway.

Mitt Romeny has the business experience that would have put this country on the right track to create jobs and encourage small business owners both present and future to achieve their dreams and success with out fear of crippling taxes and regulation.

So we had a choice at one time of a person that had served his country and was a very, very strong American Patriot and that had military experience. That being John Mc Cain.

A good solid business person that would have been fair to tax payers by keeping taxes low and maybe eliminating some taxes altogether.  That being Mitt Romney.

And a person with no business, military or any other kind of experience other than being a well choreographed orator. That being Barack Obama.

Do you think America made the right choice electing Barack Obama on emotion rather than substance?

Now about Sahara Palin. My gut reaction about Sarah is that I am not really comfortable with her at this time. However. I do see the connection that people had with her and I do believe that if she keeps her head in Washington DC, she is a fast learner and without doubt Sarah has “Balls of Iron.” I believe that In four year she will be more than ready for the Vice-Presidency. I want to believe that this is not the last we have heard of Sarah and she will become again a house hold name in the homes of America.

Again I was disappointed that the pro Obama media “Dan Quayle’d” Sarah Palin.  There is a huge differance between Dan Qualye and Sarah Palin and that is that Dan Quayle deserved to be “Dan Quayle’d” and Sarah Palin did not.

I think in the future the person most deserving of being “Dan Quayle’d” is Joe Biden.  So far he has said some pretty dumb things.  Seeing as how Barack Obama may be off limits for comedians and satirical subjects because he is Afro American, (enter Al Sharpton) I think Joe Biden may become the focus of all comedy and satire.

I started a couple of polls that I will leave up and keep running over the months to see what results are. I have it set so you can only vote once. So if you have already voted you can leave a comment if you have changed your mind since  you last voted. As always, this is in no way a scientific poll as it is not run by a million dollar polling organization that has the same credibility as the polls listed below.

Have fun and I hope you participate.  Also, please leave a comment as to whether you think the topic of this post should be an entire new and separate blog.

 

Thanks for all your participation so far.

ST

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5 Responses to “Mitt Romney and Sarah Palin for President and Vice President for 2012”

  1. nate Says:

    Why not Romney/Jindal?

    Palin is OK I guess if she “gets up to speed”

  2. patrick Says:

    If Palin did run for President in 2012, at least she has name recognition going for her… but that may not work in her favor

  3. stmarie Says:

    Hi Nate and Patrick,

    Thanks for the post.

    First to Nate. To be very honest with you I don’t know much about Bobby Jindal. But now that you brought him up I will do the research to find out more about him. I am open for suggestions.

    Patrick. My thought process is that I really, really like what Sarah Palin is about. I think this campaign has taught her a lot. I also think that she is not going away anytime soon and she can and will take the next four years to procure additional knowledge to make her even stronger in 2012 than what she is now. I read an article here somewhere that Sarah was “Dan Quayle’d” The difference between Dan Quayle and Sarah Palin is that Dan Quayle deserved to be “Dan Quayle’d” and Sarah did not deserve to be treated like that.

    I believe that all the Pro Obama Media were very intimidated by Sarah and that is when the decided to systematically destroy her.

    I have to admit I was concerned just a little about her experience although I know that she had way more than Barack Obama. Barack Obama is just a mouthpiece and if he is bright enough to surround himself with reasonable people (that leaves Nancy Pelosi, Barney Franks and Harry Reid out of the picture) then Barack may just get by with some level of success.

    As for Mitt Romney, This was my guy from day one. When he dropped out I kinda lost interest in the whole process. Then when there was the possibility of him Being VP I got interested again. But then that didn’t work out either. So now I’ll try for him in 2012.

    ST

  4. Sam Says:

    I agree 100%. You beat me to it. Mitt was my man 3 years ago when I first got wind he was going to make a run. He is so under apreciated by everyone. He is the most informed candidate of them all. It’s so dishearting to see the press try to tear apart a real American such as Gov. Palin. I think she is great! In my opinion Mitt-Palin is the dynamic duo. I just hope America can make it through the next four years. The bill of goods the American public was just sold by the media is going to make a $1,000,000 loan on a 1500sf house in downtown Detroit look like a honest deal.

  5. stmarie Says:

    Thank you for the comment Sam. So here is the question. How can we get the ball rolling now to send the message that we do not want Barack Obama in for a second disastrous term? If enough people show that we want this to happen in the next four years then both Mitt and Sarah may see the interest and start campaigning early.

    ST


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