Yet another Republican strategist (read lying bag of shit) has taken aim at Sarah Palin’s chances of winning a presidential election and found her wanting.
Sig Rogich, a Republican operative widely seen as influential and who worked on former President Ronald Reagan’s 1984 reelection campaign, took aim at Sarah Palin’s qualifications to run for the White House in the next election cycle.
“I’m not overly enamored with [her],” he told the Nevada News Bureau on Monday. “As a candidate nationwide I don’t think she is electable for a presidency, and I think that over time you will see reasons why.”
Rogich suggested that big GOP names, such as Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, could be better Republican party picks to make a 2012 presidential run. Both men, as well as Palin, are rumored to be considering vying for a chance to run against President Obama.
Well, DUH! Only the deeply ignorant and those suffering some sick, twisted, chemical erection (h/t Cesca) for this vapid, lying, incompetent, brainless, yammering harpy could possibly think running an idiot of this caliber could possibly be a smart idea.
BUT, the one thing you will not see is the sort of division that threatened the Dems when it came down to a scrap between Obama and Hillary.
The Palinistas will not threaten to defect if they don’t get their vacant tramp nominated. For one thing, they hate black people far more than they love Sarah, and that’s saying something. Plus, they know they can trust Newt, Haley or Huckabee to truss up their guns and bibles and white privilege; to at least pay the same sort of lip service to imbecilic policies, barely submerged hatred, nagging paranoid frustration, and regressive thinking. Sure, they’ll come out and vote for the yammering idiot in the red leather pumps…but if they can’t have her on the ticket, they’ll vote (R) without blinking an eye.
Meanwhile, the Dems will be wondering if perhaps they ought to put Barack through a primary challenge. They’ll all be screaming and crying about the pet legislation they didn’t get; how Obama failed the base. Maybe they’ll stay home like they did in the midterms, and they’ll wake up to president Gingrich.