The Power and Influence of Sarah Palin

Yeah, that nobody has-been unpopular among Conservatives nobody from nowhere… Right, liberals?

Via Neo-neocon:

His voice dripping with exasperation, the White House press secretary, Robert Gibbs, said to me one July afternoon in his office: “If I would have told you that I could open up a Facebook account or a Twitter account, simply post quotes, and have the White House asked about those, and to have the entire White House press corps focused on your quote of the day on Facebook — that’s Sarah Palin. She tweets one thing, and all of a sudden you’ve got a room full of people that want to know…” – The New York Times

On a tip from hutchrun.

4 Responses to “The Power and Influence of Sarah Palin”

  1. Ron Says:

    Fox Poll: Palin Should Stay Out of Race

    Friday, 02 Sep 2011 10:18 AM

    By Jim Meyers

    Americans overwhelmingly believe that Sarah Palin should remain out of the race for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination, a new Fox News poll of registered voters reveals.

    Respondents were asked: “Do you think Sarah Palin should run for president in 2012 or not?” Overall, 74 percent said no, just 20 percent said yes, and 6 percent said they’re not sure.

    Among Republicans, 71 percent said the former Alaska governor should stay out of the race, as did 80 percent of Democrats, 66 percent of independents, and 66 percent of tea party members.

    The votes among all age groups were similar, from 74 percent to 76 percent No, as were the tally among all income groups.

    More women than men said the 2008 vice presidential candidate should not get into the GOP race — 77 percent of women said so, as did 71 percent of men.

    Looks like the GOP will be sending this former “maverick” to the glue factory.

  2. Scott Thong Says:

    I agree, Palin is far more effective in Marketing than Administration. (The same could be said about the entire Obama machine.) Let her keep reloading and firing away on Facebook and the networks and endorsing candidates.

  3. Scott Thong Says:

    Well first off you’re making a lot of False Choices faulty arguments.

    As I say in Global Warming Theory is to Environmentalism as Blood Letting is to Healthcare, just because I (rightly) dispute global warming theory, doesn’t mean I don’t care about people! That is a horrible and unfair accusation to make.

    We can still be good stewards of the Earth without placing an unreasonably narrow focus on carbon dioxide.

    Which, by the way, has risen more than 13% since 1987 yet with NO TEMPERATURE CHANGE.

    So yes, by all means we should be preparing for changes in climate. (As I state in the link in the preceding paragraph above, the sun is reducing output which will REDUCE temperatures.)

    But don’t take that ‘More Compassionate Than Thou’ tone with me when you haven’t been keeping tabs on the latest developments.

  4. Ron Says:

    Holy non sequitur, Batman!!

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