Monday, July 6, 2009
NO SARAH PALIN IN 2012
I am not a staunch defender of Sarah Palin and while I think the media, democrats and old and not funny comedians are deranged in their obsession with her (not to mention downright disgusting), I don't think she is the great "pure" conservative hope of the republican party. Not only do I not buy into that load of puritanical hooey, but she is not savvy enough to deal with an evil impish empire called the media. That is not to say she won't be in the future, but for now, not so much. Let me just inject here for some of you to save your petty women hate women comments. You can bring them up when I support Mitt Romney strictly for his manly hotness, the same reason so many men worship a gun packing female with flirty style. Its not a bad thing. I am all for voting for someone based on their being total eye candy. I strongly endorse all candidates that send my "whoa baby" Richter scale to maximum shaking and earth moving beneath my feet. It's not something to be ashamed of, it's something to celebrate and I encourage such ideology on a regular basis. If JFK Jr. aka John-John were alive today and running for President, he would have my vote based strictly on my happy retina and jumping hormones when gazing upon his beautiful self. I speak the truth here, try doing the same people. John John is a democrat, hmmmm, oh well, sign me up for 4 years of happy eyeballs and tingling toes. Its all about priorities and what is right for this country...and hotness rules in the end.
Many republicans are starved for someone who possesses what they deem as "pure" conservative values in a possible up and coming leader of the GOP. Not me. I like Mitt and that is pretty much it. He's hot. He's smart. And he knows how to balance a budget and fix the economy. He understands that terrorists are evil and he's my man.
Sarah will never be a viable candidate for the Presidency. So sorry, but she will never get any cross-over vote. Unfortunately she is too tarnished by the media and the "cool" police and there is a large population of democrats that vote with the "in" crowd. They are what I call MTV democrats. They think that Johnny Depp and Sean Penn are smart when they are really dumb as rocks. They are the Obamakins who eat, drink and sleep what the media sells, and it isn't the facts jack, but like sponges they soak it all in. It wouldn't be cool enough to vote for Palin based on some uber-cool Dave Letterman opinion that she is a moron. So count out the MTV democrat sheep who don't see their own mentally retarded leaders (hello Joe Biden) and see Sarah as dumber than their number 2 drunk bastard. Its all scientifically bizarre. But that is the way it is with generation Y am I a democrat again? Oh yea, cuz Madonna and Rosie are.
Sarah has as of late, cooked her own goose. I really have no idea why she has decided to take a menopausal break from governing, when she has a significant amount of time left to prove herself even more viable than the two unicorns running our current administration. She chose to step down. I can only speculate about the reasons, but unfortunately, it speaks volumes to her ability to handle pressure and high ranking responsibility. Every political leader is a lame duck at some point, and must continue with dignity and prowess. She decides to quit and leaves many scratching their heads and wondering, what the hell just happened? I don't wonder and I don't care. I do say Sarah Palin will regret this decision if she chooses to run in 2012. I thought she was a good pick by McCain initially and had confidence she was up to the challenge of 2nd in command. This decision to step down early speaks to the contrary. I believe in keeping commitments and completing jobs we signed up and promised to do. The people of Alaska deserve more than a governor that bails, for whatever reason. The reason doesn't really matter in my mind. She quit and that speaks volumes. Mitt Romney all the way in 2012, as it should have been in 2008. Stop swooning over a woman who just quit her current elected post. What were her campaign promises and are the people of Alaska short changed? Of course they are and were I an Alaskan, I would feel ripped. Quitting is nothing to get giddy over, as some are. I guess she at least didn't shimmy off to Argentina unannounced. I will give her that. But in 2012, she will get no chubbed out chad from me.