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patrick neid said...

Gov Palin should keep her head down going forward. Despite what many think about 2012 Obama will probably serve two terms. Hoping that he is the next Carter is day dreaming at best.

Get reelected Gov in 2010 meanwhile doing quiet study of things national and international. The Repubs will be in the political wilderness at least until 2016. They lost their way on their core beliefs---fiscal responsibility and small government. The voters are not going to support them so readily next time on these issues. They will have to earn back that respect with actions in the Congress over the next eight years. Regrettably the remaining Repub politicians are the same big spenders of 2000-08.

We deserve to be in the minority.

Duane said...

Governors often become good presidents.

Laree said...

This should be a clarion call for a 3rd strong Independent Party, to emerge. Time for Independents to give up on RINOS or DINOS. Instead of always having to chose the lesser of two evils. The American People in the Majority, get to chose someone they actually want to run for President. Go back to American Values and Traditions, not having RINOS mouthing Values they don't share. Remember it was the RINOS disparaging Gov Sarah Palin...way to shoot yourselves in the foot RINOS. Surely they got the Government they deserve, even if the rest of us don't.

Anonymous said...

Jindal/Palin '12

gaella said...

The conservative movement was silent during this campaign - except for Gov Palin's following. She needs to lend her voice to a grass roots renewal of real conservatism, to assist other Governors and State legislators to stay foucused on conservative principles. With new leadership, the conservative movement will strengthen and grow for the next battle.

Anonymous said...

"Gov Palin should keep her head down going forward. Despite what many think about 2012 Obama will probably serve two terms."

Why stop at two? He will likely have enough majority control over the government branches, it could be possible to see the rewriting of the term limits laws (as proposed by the New York mayor) so that we could see a third or a fourth Obama term.

Anonymous said...

We can all cut back on complaining and start doing something to contribute. There are so many areas where we can make a difference by working cheerfully and calmly. Volunteer for a 2010 campaign, attend more PTO meetings and volunteer in classrooms, get on the school board, run for alderman, join a pro-life group, subsribe to a conservative magazine, support a conservative website--just find a little something more you can do. And practice persuasion.

pat said...

I think that Sarah should get out, especially to states she did not get to during the campaign. Continue to build a base, and run again in 2012. I really don't think that Obama will get a second term. Once in office the real Obama will show his true ugly side,and the people will pick a new president. Let's make Sarah that President!!!

James said...

I agree that the republicans have abandoned the conservative principals. They had a true conservative in Sarah Palin, but they did not let her put her ideas out there. They didnt get behind her. They did not engage the libs on any of the issues. They had so many open doors and walked by all of them. Sarah needs to keep up the good fight. I voted for her more than I voted for John MCcain. (sp?) I believe that she has a great shot at 2012, but only if the republicans can get their act together. I fear for our country. We just gave our enemies the keys to the house.

MarkJ said...

Governors often become good presidents.

True, but they can also make bad ones--Jimmy Carter anyone?

Conversely, the track record for Senators has been not all that great. Kennedy nearly got us into World War III, Johnson was an effective Senate Majority Leader but ended up giving us Vietnam and the Great Society, while Obama will likely favor us with a "Sopranos Economy"--lots of tax evasion, cash under the table, and "barter-in-kind."

Dale said...

I think the roots of the conservatives, not the elites, were moved by Sarah Palin's honest appeal. Refreshing for the soul to see an honest politician. Is that an oxymoron?

The values and beliefs that guide her and help her make decisions is nothing to be ashamed of, it demonstrates that she does have a moral compass.

The RNC and Republican Party needs some leadership by fiscal conservatives first, having a moral compass to follow. There has to be some absolutes when it comes to right and wrong.

Until the RNC can define itself coherently, it will remain in disarray.

Michael said...

Run for re-election in 2010. Meanwhile keep yourself in the public eye down here in the lower 48. Maybe a weekly podcast or something. I'm thinking of something like Reagan's radio addresses back in the 70s. Or maybe write a column, or give some speeches. Then after 2010, check out the political climate. If Obama is doing well, maybe wait until 2016. If not, then maybe 2012.

In short, go home, get some rest, but don't be a stranger. :)

Anonymous said...

Follow the path of Reagan. Go out and explain clearly and succinctly exactly what conservatism is. We have four years not to complain about Democrats, but a return to explaining principles. Unfortunately, the majority of voters need to be educated on basic economics, international relations, and the greatness of being an American.

Anonymous said...

Sarah needs to take some time to consider her options. Running for the US Senate may not be the best way to move her career forward. She needs to develop cred on national issues and foreign policy issues. Going to DC will take away her "outsider" cred. I think she may even want to consider not running for governor in 2010 although that seems to make more sense than going to Washington. She needs to keep her name in the news but carefully. There was an excellent article in Newsweek of all places discussing what she should do next. That is the best discourse I have seen on this subject so far. She is a treasure and as a top prospect she needs to be carefully nurtured and developed.

Biased Girl said...

I voted for her running in 2012, but I think re-election in 2010 is still a good Game Plan. She needs to be Much more active in Our New Conservative movement. She is amazing!!

Anonymous said...

Just watched Wolf Blitzer and Dana Bash make fun of Gov. Sara Palin her clothes, her feelings about being defeated in the election.They were actually laughing ! I am not a mean person but it is a good thing I could not get my hands on Blitzer. I WILL NEVER WATCH CNN AGAIN.

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Anonymous said...

Gov Palin - your first visit next year should be the March for Life in Wash DC, these people voted for you and are your most loyal supporters. Keep the visibility and momentum up - you are one of the bright spots in these gloomy times.

JackieV said...

adamwalker77, if you have ever wondered why Southerners hate Yankees so much, look in the mirror...you and your ilk are the problem with this country. That superior attitude you displayed in your message renders you inferior.
It pains me that you are able to crow today. Don't get too used to it.

Laree said...

McCotter lays it on the line, This is who we are, and this is where we are going.


http://hotair.com/archives/2008/11/05/the-mccotter-challenge-why-is-there-a-republican-party/

redhawk said...

Our Sarah needs to Keep on being herself first and foremost.. Get Stevens to develop a conscience and resign and then appoint herslf as Alaska Senator to go forth to become the ONE Conservative Voice in charge to rebuild the Reagan GOP and at the same time become the biggest Thorn in the Sicilaists Side...

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Gandalf said...

Palin/Jindal 2012

Sarah Palin is the best thing to happen to the Republican Party since Reagan.