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Say what you will about her political choices, but Sarah Palin knows how to spot winners. She picked Scott Brown for U.S. Senate in Massachusetts, then supported Rick Perry over Kay Bailey Hutchison for governor of Texas. She endorsed Carly Fiorina, former CEO of Hewlett-Packard, for the Republican U.S. Senate nomination against uber-progressive California Democrat Barbara Boxer.
Palin’s endorsement of Marco Rubio for U.S. Senate in Florida helped drive fickle Charlie Crist out of the GOP primary race. And it will be very interesting watching her campaign for Republican Pat Toomey over Democrat Joe Sestak in Pennsylvania’s Senate race. But probably her most dramatic political choices this year have been Sharron Angle to face Harry Reid in Nevada and for Nikki Haley to be the next governor of South Carolina. [...]
Palin is building a stack of political markers that will become golden chits in 2012. If she is running for president, she is doing it the old fashioned way, the way Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan did it in 1968 and 1980, respectively. [...]
After serving two terms as governor of California and then challenging accidental President Gerald Ford in 1976, Ronald Reagan spent the next three years raising money and campaigning for Republican candidates around the country. By 1980, despite a full stable of other GOP candidates, Reagan was the favorite among conservatives, who by then had taken control of the Republican Party. [...]
But there is another reason Sarah Palin may yet emerge as the most likely candidate to win the 2012 GOP presidential nomination. The disastrous manner in which Obama and company are handling the Gulf oil spill, combined with the extremely unpopular environmental regulations they are trying to implement as a result, could very well open the door for a rival who knows a thing or two about energy policy.

The fact is that Barack Obama has never run so much as a cash register at a convenience store, and he has surrounded himself with similarly ignorant eggheads, thus making him extremely vulnerable to a challenge from someone who has, in fact, not only run a large state but also has had vast experience negotiating tough deals with oil company executives. That someone is Sarah Palin. As one of the most knowledgeable public figures in the country on the issue of energy policy, Palin can take the conservative message right into the center of the storm.


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3 Response to "Sarah Palin Takes On Big Oil Vs Obama Incompetence & Extortion"

  1. Mike Said,

    There is now a constant barrage by Democrats,
    from kooks to presumably respectable politicos, for the federal government to "Take Over" BP ~ Sarah needs to call them out on this. Around the country small banks are being closed by the Fed Czar cutting off small business credit, and many are being bought up by George Soros and ilk. Many of us still have the taste of vomit in our mouths by the takeovers of the auto industry, the healthcare and insurance industries. They must be stopped!

    Posted on June 15, 2010 at 3:45 PM

  2. Anonymous Said,

    The greatest roadblock to Sarah's victory will be at the RNC nominating convention, as the GOP will go for her throat to keep her on the outside looking in. The GOP fears her more than the DNC.

    Posted on June 15, 2010 at 7:39 PM

  3. My Rice Paddy Office Said,

    Palin-Bachmann 2012!! The strongest, most common sense conservative ticket in America's history.

    Posted on June 16, 2010 at 4:42 AM


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