Sarah Palin will be the next President

After listening to her latest speech, who can doubt it.

She is absolutely amazing the way she delivers a speech and rallies the crowd. The audience was cheering and clapping throughtout her barn-buning speech. She instilled the audience with pride, patriotism, energy and enthusiasm. I have never heard a speech like this. She is incomparable.

One more thing. A few days ago Palin spoke at an event of the Liberty and Freedom Foundation. After the speech she participated in a Q and A and the moderater said he first wanted to thank three groups who organized the event. The second group he named was the Coalition of Jewish Republicans whereupon, Palin yelled “yeah” and clapped her hands. I have never seen a politician so publically embrace Jews.

October 17, 2010 | 29 Comments »

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  1. mandy says:
    October 18, 2010 at 6:57 pm

    Based on the depth of intelligence reflected in his posts, and/or his creativity and fresh new ideas contained therein, I proudly nominate Rongrand as Secetary of education- Yamit for his sense of justice, fairness and moderation- Attorney General

    You’re on a roll, just make sure your wallet and jewels are well hidden and protected.

    I’d make sure the bad guys and illegals are taken care of……… 😉

  2. Based on the depth of intelligence reflected in his posts, and/or his creativity and fresh new ideas contained therein, I proudly nominate Rongrand as Secetary of education- Yamit for his sense of justice, fairness and moderation- Attorney General

  3. I declare with steadfast conviction that there is only one individual who can save America from this current malaise. I say screw the constitution,ignore the prohibition of non American citizens to ascend to the presidency and allow this one individual, with incredible good judgement, magnetic charisma, and the highest intellect, to become the next Republican President. That one person is……
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    TED BELMAN

  4. She hasn’t come this far only to sell out.

    It is the very fact that she has stood strong that brought her this far. Unyielding conviction is the foundation of support for her. Why should she sell out now, if she does, she sells herself out.

  5. Ted Belman says:
    October 18, 2010 at 9:32 am

    My pick for Palin’s Secretary of Defense is John Bolton.

    My pick for Palin’s President is John Bolton.

    And Bolton has a weakness for fully recognizing Islam for the evil which it is. His remarks on the subject have been more in line with Daniel Pipes in the past.

  6. P)alin once said “Its not my job to move to the centre, Its my job to get the centre to move to me.” That’s leadership.

    She also very recenty came out against working across the aisle. She is against selling out her principles for bipartianship. She hasn’t come this far only to sell out. She is in it to win.

    Some of us like that.

  7. As for her being elected president of the U.S., I say sure, we all could

    use A GOOD LAUGH.

    A good laugh is what we are having with the current White House. Actually its more of a tragedy. Mandy, yet another fake name from our “friend”.

    As for the rest of you, I don’t know what the hell is wrong with you people. Your attitudes suck. Sarah has the best chance of any Republican to win because she uncompromisingly stands for American values.

  8. A very good suggestion. Yamit for 2011 Nobel peace prize

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    You place me in interesting company: Arafat Obama, Tuttu, Mandela and Peres.

    What did I do so good to be included in that pantheon of worthy recipients? 🙂

  9. Still believe a woman must first be Secretary of Defense before any woman can become POTUS. That said, Palin is as polarizing as Obama. She knows that and he does not. It is too early to know what will happen, but I guarantee, by 2011, America will be looking for a fiscal conservative who has a proven track record longer than three years, with no drama, but able to inspire a bit of optimism. Just, please let Bloomberg find a new hobby, and keep him from forming a third party, which he is trying to do again.

    We would rather draft Chile’s Pinera, and change the Constitution just for him.

  10. I would think that Palin would make an excellent, president of “dancing with the stars”. I

    would guess that for Ted, his obsession with Sarah is purely sexual. She shakes her booties

    and he goes “gaagaa”. As for her being elected president of the U.S., I say sure, we all could

    use A GOOD LAUGH.

  11. Sarah Palin should go on “Dancing with the Stars” instead of her daughter Bristol, who is a terrible dancer and doesn’t have much of a personality. Sarah has more of a chance of winning “Dancing with the Stars” than of getting the nomination of her party, never mind becoming the President of the US.
    Ted, while I love Palin’s support of Israel and I enjoy her speeches, your admiration of her alleged potential is borderline disturbing. You have lost it.

  12. No one knows what kind of president any candidate would make until they are actually in office. I do not see anyone better on the political scene right now. Once again you put a negative spin on something positive.

    True we can’t know for sure but we can eliminate those who we are sure don’t qualify. That said somebody needs to give some balance to Ted’s totally off the cliff infatuation and still not realistic opinions of S P! A little balance and sanity pls.

  13. That a president doesn’t make

    No one knows what kind of president any candidate would make until they are actually in office. I do not see anyone better on the political scene right now. Once again you put a negative spin on something positive.

  14. G

    ee Yamit, sounds like you are looking a gift horse in the mouth.

    I reserve my support of any politician unless they have a proven track record or until they establish one. Palin is a good cheerleader to an already partisan crowd, hit her talking points on que, used a lot of generalizations and Euphemisms but only identifies the obvious problems but did not go beyond the superficial nor how she saw the problems being corrected. Typical American pep talk to the converted. That a president doesn’t make.

  15. Maybe she was planning a bid all along. At the least her popularity in rousing Republican vote might be significant in stopping Obama II.

    I think the American MSM veer leftist and are against Palin.They like to portray her as dipsy.

    George Poopadopeolos (a born again leftist like Stewart)in CBC’s The Hour (what else!) was actually rude in his interview with her – he gave her questions to try to portray her as an idiot.

    Now he is a half-hour ha ha. – lost his full show – ha ha I’m glad of that – – I dislike him intensely – he had a great line up of guests and he used them to dispense leftism – left right and centre.

    Gee Yamit, sounds like you are looking a gift horse in the mouth.

  16. America owes between 60-123trillion dollars. Started in a major way under Reagan. These same hypocrites were silent under Reagan and both Bushes, Obama’s 7 trillion is certainly huge and may be the straw that finally breaks Americas back but as the numbers indicate, didn’t begin with Obama.

    Where were all these phony conservatives under Bush?

    Reagan was certainly no friend to either Jews or Israel and is not today or in the past someone I look back fondly on.

    Not only will Palin not be the next president, I don’t think she will be nominated or even run for the office.

    The party who wins big in mid term elections historically loses the general elections two years later. Something to think about.

  17. The U.S. will not vote for a woman to be president unless they get desparate enough for change the way they APPEARED to be with Obama. They expect the Pres to make all the necessary changes which is not possible without co-operation from a MAJORITY of the citizens.