Sunday, November 18, 2012

A Positive Review Of L.A. Times Palin For President 2016 Article

A Conservative Teacher considers the Los Angeles Times column by  Charlotte Allen "Hey GOP, Take The Palin Cure"  that has received so much comment and adds his/her thoughts. 

I find the comments well considered and commend the author: If you missed the L.A. Times article which called for the GOP to look to Sarah Palin as their best choice for the president you can read it at  
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Here are the comments, which ends with a bit of good natured levity and a hard hitting look to the future.

"Sarah Palin for President in 2016- Just What the GOP Needs?

Governor Sarah Palin has always appealed to me on a level that other candidates have not. As you read over the past several months, I endorsed Romney for President because I thought he would be a great President and fill the roles of executive, commander-in-chief, chief-jurist, etc very well, and I thought that he as a decent and honorable man- but I never really felt him stir my heart the way that Sarah Palin did, especially during her 2008 Republican National Convention speech (see it here). I thought that Romney would be a great bridge or transition to where our nation should really go- towards Sarah Palin and her vision of our nation.

In my post Romney-Palin in 2012! I wrote:

...2012 will roll around, and Mitt Romney will emerge as the Presidential candidate and choose Sarah Palin as his VP. He'll win, the economy will strengthen, go through a slight swoon, and then boom during his second term. Sarah Palin will then be elected President in 2020 and by then, the damage of Obama being President for one term and the Democrats running Congress for 4 years should be cleared up (yes, it'll take that long to recover from the body blows delivered by the Democrats over the last several years)...
Although in my post Sarah Palin for Secretary of Energy I did suggest that she has her faults- thin resume, represented very few people, little executive experience, perception of a a shaky grasp of complicated policies- these faults are obviously not faults that prevent someone from being elected President- Barack Obama had a thinner resume, less executive experience, and little interest in being utterly clueless in complicated policies. So instead of spending time thinking about Palin's faults and trying to find 'the next Palin' that lacks her faults, let's think about about Sarah Palin for President in 2016.



If President Obama lives in a Bizarro world where right is wrong and wrong is right, and if he keeps getting elected President, maybe our option is not to find a candidate who appeals to the moderates and independents and has extensive qualifications- like Romney- but to instead trot out our Superman, someone who is right to the wrong and up to their down and the exact opposite of what the liberals and progressives and feminist fascists want. Maybe it's time for Sarah Palin for President?"
If President Obama lives in a Bizarro world where right is wrong and wrong is right, and if he keeps getting elected President, maybe our option is not to find a candidate who appeals to the moderates and independents and has extensive qualifications- like Romney- but to instead trot out our Superman, someone who is right to the wrong and up to their down and the exact opposite of what the liberals and progressives and feminist fascists want. Maybe it's time for Sarah Palin for President?

H/T to 22Moon.com for the pic, which is of course photo-shopped and not real.