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Why Sarah Palin Will Be President in 2010

Wednesday, January 06, 2010
Stella Paul, of Stella Pundit blog, wrote an excellent piece on why we Americans will look to Sarah Palin for leadership and reject the disaster Obama: Why Sarah Palin Will Be President in 2010

Pundits who speculate about Sarah Palin’s chances in 2012 may be missing the stunning tectonic shift rumbling right under their noses: Sarah Palin will become the people’s president this year, the leader most Americans turn to for emotional comfort, moral guidance and national unity when crises strike.

Everything about Barack Obama is “unprecedented,” to use his favorite word, and 2010 will reveal his most unprecedented distinction yet: the complete collapse of public confidence in his presidency and a disgusted rejection of his leadership. If America had a parliamentary system, Obama would be headed back to Chicago in 6 months.


When the really hard times hit this year – and oh, they will – Americans will find no reassuring strength or warmth in the newly royalist White House. And in their pain and despair, they will turn to the motherly dynamo from Alaska, Sarah Palin, who spends Christmas with her family serving a community dinner in her hometown of Wasilla. Sarah Palin, who always lovingly mentions the troops and their family’s sacrifice everywhere she goes. Sarah Palin, the Alaskan fox with a servant’s heart and a lion’s strength.

By the time the election of 2012 rolls around, it will merely confirm what is already well-established in the people’s minds and hearts: President Sarah Palin.

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2 Response to "Why Sarah Palin Will Be President in 2010"

  1. Nande - Said,

    Thanks for sharing this article - I had missed it. You are right in pointing out the importance of Gov. Palin's 'woman next door' appeal to those going through tough times.

    It will be interesting to watch how Americans react to the Governor over the next few months, and what her presence on the scene might inspire them to act.

    Posted on January 6, 2010 at 10:52 AM

  2. radical royalist Said,

    ... in the newly royalist White House

    I am afraid you don't know, what "royalist" stands for.

    The matriarch from Alaska would fit much more into the definition of the term "royalist", however, not into what I'd prefer as a royalist.

    Posted on January 7, 2010 at 5:47 AM


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