Monday, January 11, 2010

Sarah Palin will not be running for President in 2012.

Sarah Palin is a bright woman, a well spoken Conservative, an excellent leader for all forms of government, and one of the most important members of the Conservative movement in America, however, she will not be a candidate for the Republican nomination in 2012, I guarantee it.

It has been announced, that Sarah Palin will become a commentator with Fox News, appearing on various programs to voice her opinions on the troubling issues of the hour, and the dangerous times we face as citizens of America, however, this also restrains a possible Presidential run in 2012, to a point of no return.

Sarah Palin did not attend the Conservative Political Action Conference last year, and she has two planned appearances to influential meetings amongst Republicans and Conservatives planned for the upcoming Winter and Spring months, however, Sarah Palin is not attending the most important gathering of Conservatives in America, a definite for all perspective candidates for the Republican nomination in 2012.

Sarah Palin is 45, she has accomplished more than most career politicians in just a decade of hard work in elected office, Alaska has an interesting Senate election upcoming in 2014, and Congressman Young could retire within the next few years, however, at this time, it appears Sarah Palin is more concerned with advocating our Conservative causes, instead of legislating our Conservative causes.

It doesn't matter to me, because Sarah Palin changed the dynamics of the health care debate, like none other could, her book has sold over a million copies to Americans across the greatest nation on Earth, and her presence on Fox News will continue her support and advocacy of Conservative causes, while continuing to aggravate her critics in the Main Stream Media and the liberal blogosphere.

Sarah Palin is not running for President in 2012, I guarantee it. She is raising three children, content with remaining one of the most important members in the Conservative movement, and working at the source for Conservative news and opinion, that doesn't seem like a normal game plan for an upcoming Presidential campaign, because it is not.

Just one question remains, the 2012 Presidential election needs a genuine Conservative Republican candidate, however, none are interested with under 24 months to the Iowa caucus, who will arise?

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Government Mess said...

I disagree with you completely for the first time, but that said I linked you.

Harrison said...

I will watch her and see how she does, give her a fair shake.