Sarah Palin: 'I can win' the presidency

Sarah Palin: 'I can win' the presidency

There are 44 comments on the Hampton Roads Daily Press story from Jul 11, 2011, titled Sarah Palin: 'I can win' the presidency. In it, Hampton Roads Daily Press reports that:

Sarah Palin believes she can win the White House . That's what she says in a new magazine article out Monday.

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just saying

Harker Heights, TX

#21 Jul 18, 2011
Missy, darling, look up facts before you make such a fool of yourself. Even citizens of the reddest of the red states, Texas, know Rick Perry and Sarah Palin are not qualified to be president.

Friday, July 01, 2011

"Poll: Obama would beat Rick Perry (and Sarah Palin) in Texas ó but lose to Ron Paul and other Republicans"

The Houston Chronicle reports:

Will the Lone Star state turn blue in 2012?

It isnít likely ó unless Gov. Rick Perry jumps in the ring and clinches the Republican nomination, a new poll from the Public Policy Polling group found.

In the pollís match-ups, President Barack Obama loses Texas to every notable Republican EXCEPT Perry and former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin.

If the ballot came down to Perry and Obama, 47 percent of poll respondents said they would vote for Obama. Forty-five percent said they would cast a ballot for Perry.

http://nalert.blogspot.com/2011/07/poll-obama...
Smokin Joe Obama

Wasilla, AK

#22 Jul 18, 2011
just saying wrote:
Missy, darling, look up facts before you make such a fool of yourself. Even citizens of the reddest of the red states, Texas, know Rick Perry and Sarah Palin are not qualified to be president.
Friday, July 01, 2011
"Poll: Obama would beat Rick Perry (and Sarah Palin) in Texas ó but lose to Ron Paul and other Republicans"
The Houston Chronicle reports:
Will the Lone Star state turn blue in 2012?
It isnít likely ó unless Gov. Rick Perry jumps in the ring and clinches the Republican nomination, a new poll from the Public Policy Polling group found.
In the pollís match-ups, President Barack Obama loses Texas to every notable Republican EXCEPT Perry and former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin.
If the ballot came down to Perry and Obama, 47 percent of poll respondents said they would vote for Obama. Forty-five percent said they would cast a ballot for Perry.
http://nalert.blogspot.com/2011/07/poll-obama...
Missy, the gay activist Palin Haters can HATE all they want BUT the real truth is evident in the INCOMPETENT BUTT BRAINED BOZO in the white house NOW!!!!
Anonymous

Downey, CA

#23 Jul 19, 2011
MissyM wrote:
<quoted text>Do you even know why she resigned???
Because she had the exposure she needed, to take it to the next level. It was never about serving the peoplw who voted her into office. Anyone with even half a brain knows this.
Smokin Joe Obama

Wasilla, AK

#25 Jul 19, 2011
just saying wrote:
Missy, darling, look up facts before you make such a fool of yourself. Even citizens of the reddest of the red states, Texas, know Rick Perry and Sarah Palin are not qualified to be president.
Friday, July 01, 2011
"Poll: Obama would beat Rick Perry (and Sarah Palin) in Texas ó but lose to Ron Paul and other Republicans"
The Houston Chronicle reports:
Will the Lone Star state turn blue in 2012?
It isnít likely ó unless Gov. Rick Perry jumps in the ring and clinches the Republican nomination, a new poll from the Public Policy Polling group found.
In the pollís match-ups, President Barack Obama loses Texas to every notable Republican EXCEPT Perry and former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin.
If the ballot came down to Perry and Obama, 47 percent of poll respondents said they would vote for Obama. Forty-five percent said they would cast a ballot for Perry.
http://nalert.blogspot.com/2011/07/poll-obama...
You can almost smell the FEAR here!!!!!
MissyM

Arlington Heights, IL

#26 Jul 19, 2011
just saying wrote:
Missy, darling, look up facts before you make such a fool of yourself. Even citizens of the reddest of the red states, Texas, know Rick Perry and Sarah Palin are not qualified to be president.
Friday, July 01, 2011
"Poll: Obama would beat Rick Perry (and Sarah Palin) in Texas ó but lose to Ron Paul and other Republicans"
The Houston Chronicle reports:
Will the Lone Star state turn blue in 2012?
It isnít likely ó unless Gov. Rick Perry jumps in the ring and clinches the Republican nomination, a new poll from the Public Policy Polling group found.
In the pollís match-ups, President Barack Obama loses Texas to every notable Republican EXCEPT Perry and former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin.
If the ballot came down to Perry and Obama, 47 percent of poll respondents said they would vote for Obama. Forty-five percent said they would cast a ballot for Perry.
http://nalert.blogspot.com/2011/07/poll-obama...
I don't believe polls are credible.(unless one can verify how they were done. This one does not say. But none the less I am not one who thinks it matters much yet. It's still very early. And I sure don't let polls tell me how to vote.
just saying

Harker Heights, TX

#27 Jul 19, 2011
I can certainly see why Missy DOESN'T LIKE the results of this poll, which DOES NOT change the fact that this is the way people feel.

Friday, July 01, 2011
Poll: Obama would beat Rick Perry (and Sarah Palin) in Texas ó but lose to Ron Paul and other Republicans

The Houston Chronicle reports:

Will the Lone Star state turn blue in 2012?

It isnít likely ó unless Gov. Rick Perry jumps in the ring and clinches the Republican nomination, a new poll from the Public Policy Polling group found.

In the pollís match-ups, President Barack Obama loses Texas to every notable Republican except Perry and former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin.

If the ballot came down to Perry and Obama, 47 percent of poll respondents said they would vote for Obama. Forty-five percent said they would cast a ballot for Perry.

http://nalert.blogspot.com/2011/07/poll-obama...
Wyoming

Douglas, WY

#28 Jul 19, 2011
just saying wrote:
Missy, darling, look up facts before you make such a fool of yourself. Even citizens of the reddest of the red states, Texas, know Rick Perry and Sarah Palin are not qualified to be president.
Friday, July 01, 2011
"Poll: Obama would beat Rick Perry (and Sarah Palin) in Texas ó but lose to Ron Paul and other Republicans"
The Houston Chronicle reports:
Will the Lone Star state turn blue in 2012?
It isnít likely ó unless Gov. Rick Perry jumps in the ring and clinches the Republican nomination, a new poll from the Public Policy Polling group found.
In the pollís match-ups, President Barack Obama loses Texas to every notable Republican EXCEPT Perry and former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin.
If the ballot came down to Perry and Obama, 47 percent of poll respondents said they would vote for Obama. Forty-five percent said they would cast a ballot for Perry.
http://nalert.blogspot.com/2011/07/poll-obama...
The world must be full of surprises for you aye?
Who is more unqualified to be President of the U.S. than Obama, the mighty public organizer??? LOLOLOL
Wyoming

Douglas, WY

#29 Jul 19, 2011
just saying wrote:
I can certainly see why Missy DOESN'T LIKE the results of this poll, which DOES NOT change the fact that this is the way people feel.
Friday, July 01, 2011
Poll: Obama would beat Rick Perry (and Sarah Palin) in Texas ó but lose to Ron Paul and other Republicans
The Houston Chronicle reports:
Will the Lone Star state turn blue in 2012?
It isnít likely ó unless Gov. Rick Perry jumps in the ring and clinches the Republican nomination, a new poll from the Public Policy Polling group found.
In the pollís match-ups, President Barack Obama loses Texas to every notable Republican except Perry and former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin.
If the ballot came down to Perry and Obama, 47 percent of poll respondents said they would vote for Obama. Forty-five percent said they would cast a ballot for Perry.
http://nalert.blogspot.com/2011/07/poll-obama...
The last Gallup poll showed any Republican candidate, any of them take your pick, still beating Obama 47 to 39%. What poll are you looking at there, the Huffington Wish List poll. LOLOLOO
Wyoming

Douglas, WY

#30 Jul 19, 2011
Wyoming

Douglas, WY

#31 Jul 19, 2011
Looks like the conservative candidates are going to make a showing, even though the media thought they could push Romney or Huntsman off on us.
MissyM

Arlington Heights, IL

#32 Jul 20, 2011
just saying wrote:
I can certainly see why Missy DOESN'T LIKE the results of this poll, which DOES NOT change the fact that this is the way people feel.
Friday, July 01, 2011
Poll: Obama would beat Rick Perry (and Sarah Palin) in Texas ó but lose to Ron Paul and other Republicans
The Houston Chronicle reports:
Will the Lone Star state turn blue in 2012?
It isnít likely ó unless Gov. Rick Perry jumps in the ring and clinches the Republican nomination, a new poll from the Public Policy Polling group found.
In the pollís match-ups, President Barack Obama loses Texas to every notable Republican except Perry and former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin.
If the ballot came down to Perry and Obama, 47 percent of poll respondents said they would vote for Obama. Forty-five percent said they would cast a ballot for Perry.
http://nalert.blogspot.com/2011/07/poll-obama...
There is no source for that poll and it is on a blog to boot. I hate repeating myself. Poll don't mean a lot now. Obama looses to a un-named republican now, and yet wins over the named ones. So you tell me what that means. It means that right now, Obama is campaigning, the other side isn't much. The media also has hiped up all things Obama. CNN, CBS,NBC, most of the media isn't even covering what the repos are saying anyway. Let's see when everything gets into full campaign mode, on both sides. Obama's numbers are lowering, many do not approve how he has handled the economy and are watching what the repos do. I wish an Independant party contender was feaible, but it isn't. Don't count your chickens before they are hatched.
just saying

Harker Heights, TX

#33 Jul 20, 2011
QUOTE from"MissyM "Poll don't mean a lot now. Obama looses to a un-named republican now, and yet wins over the named ones,,,"

Are you TRYING to say Obama "loses" (not looses)? Are you trying to say "Polls don't mean, etc."?

OK, so who IS this un-named person who you think can beat a sitting president?

Dream on, silly girl. No one mentioned as a Republican candidate for president up to this point can beat Obama, according to an average of all recent polls. The ballot won't read "un-named Republican," I can assure you; and people would not be foolish enough to vote that way under any circumstances.
You are grabbing at straws, without an iota of logic or reason or truth to anything you write, as usual.

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#34 Jul 20, 2011
MissyM wrote:
<quoted text>
There is no source for that poll and it is on a blog to boot. I hate repeating myself. Poll don't mean a lot now. Obama looses to a un-named republican now, and yet wins over the named ones. So you tell me what that means. It means that right now, Obama is campaigning, the other side isn't much. The media also has hiped up all things Obama. CNN, CBS,NBC, most of the media isn't even covering what the repos are saying anyway. Let's see when everything gets into full campaign mode, on both sides. Obama's numbers are lowering, many do not approve how he has handled the economy and are watching what the repos do. I wish an Independant party contender was feaible, but it isn't. Don't count your chickens before they are hatched.
The poll is an NBC/Wall St. Journal poll, a fairly well known source.
LibberROTchi Loons

Anchorage, AK

#35 Jul 20, 2011
PALIN 2012
A REAL AMERICAN

yeas
MissyM

Arlington Heights, IL

#36 Jul 20, 2011
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>The poll is an NBC/Wall St. Journal poll, a fairly well known source.
Give me the link please.
And gee, I sure as heck don't know who will be the nominee, I don't have a crystal ball. The media and polls can say it till the cows come home, but untill we get into the real campaign, polls still don't mean much. Not even the one I talked about. Got it??
Anyone who thinks Obama is a shoe in, is delusional.
just saying

Harker Heights, TX

#37 Jul 20, 2011
MissyM wrote:
<quoted text>
Give me the link please.
"...untill we get into the real campaign, polls still don't mean much. Not even the one I talked about. Got it??
Anyone who thinks Obama is a shoe in, is delusional.
Whether or not Obama is re-elected depends mostly on the state of the economy in early November 2012. It also depends on who Republicans nominate.

Perhaps there is a wonderful candidate out there somewhere that all of us can agree on. It is the nature of politics that the current office holder is generally under attack from both ends of the spectrum, as Obama is.

But, in the meantime, on the subject of Palin's beating Obama, it's not going to happen in this lifetime. Even Palin's bosses at Fox know that (see below).

Here's your link, hon:

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2012/...

General Election: Palin vs. Obama

FOX News 6/5 - 6/7
Obama 56
Palin 35
Obama by +21

RCP Average 6/2 - 7/17 --
Obama 55.0
Palin 35.0
Obama by +20.0

PPP (D) 7/15 - 7/17
Obama 53
Palin 37
Obama by +16

Quinnipiac 7/5 - 7/11
Obama 53
Palin 34
Obama by +19

McClatchy/Marist 6/15 - 6/23
Obama 56
Palin 30
Obama by +26

Reuters/Ipsos 6/3 - 6/6
Obama 57
Palin 34
Obama by +23

ABC News/Wash Post 6/2 - 6/5
Obama 55
Palin 40
Obama by +15

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#38 Jul 20, 2011
MissyM wrote:
<quoted text>
Give me the link please.
And gee, I sure as heck don't know who will be the nominee, I don't have a crystal ball. The media and polls can say it till the cows come home, but untill we get into the real campaign, polls still don't mean much. Not even the one I talked about. Got it??
Anyone who thinks Obama is a shoe in, is delusional.
I don't provide links. You can find the link with a little effort. In any case, whether or not you care to believe what I told you is beside the point. The truth is stubborn that way.

As for the rest of your post, I agree with you.
And that's shoo-in, not shoe in.
LibberROTchi Loons

Anchorage, AK

#39 Jul 20, 2011
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>I don't provide links. You can find the link with a little effort. In any case, whether or not you care to believe what I told you is beside the point. The truth is stubborn that way.
As for the rest of your post, I agree with you.
And that's shoo-in, not shoe in.
Lauri would know as he/she wears 7 inch tramp heels with a tramp stamp tatoo on the small of the back that reads SWEET OBAMA.
just saying

Harker Heights, TX

#40 Jul 20, 2011
Palin can't win. Nobody has ever been elected with 24% of the vote, nor will anybody ever be elected with 24%.

"Paul Revereís Revenge: Sarah Palinís Approval Rating Sinks To 24%"

June 15, 2011
By Jason Easley

The new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll has some bad news for Sarah Palin. Thanks to Paul Revere, her orchestrated publicity tour over Memorial Day weekend managed to lower her approval rating to 24%.

Sarah Palin overall favorable rating is 24%.

Her unfavorable rating is 54%.

When the NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll was last conducted in April, 9% of those surveyed had a very positive view of Palin. After Paul Revere that number is 7%.

http://www.politicususa.com/en/sarah-palin-re ...

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#41 Jul 21, 2011
Wyoming wrote:
<quoted text>
The world must be full of surprises for you aye?
Who is more unqualified to be President of the U.S. than Obama, the mighty public organizer??? LOLOLOL
Joe Biden is more unqualified to be president of the U.S. than Obama

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