There have been quite a few things happening recently that have caught my eye. As I would hope most of you are aware, propaganda is best served
- I watch a lot of documentaries on TV (like the noise in the background, but hate the newer programming on the networks). Ice Road
Truckers, Alaska State Troopers, and other shows focused on Alaska have been popping up like crazy.
- Sarah Palin on Oprah! She hits a Home Run !
- Chuck Norris talks about One-World Government contains a
Youtube video that at one point shows poll results for the 2012 Republican Primary. (Yeah, it
has started already. ) Sarah palin is only 10 points behind the front-runner Mike Hucklebee.
I am beginning to wonder if Sarah Palin is not being groomed to be the next POTUS?
Think about it. Bill Clinton was a nobody outside of Arkansas until he was introduced into the Democratic Primary for the 1992 election. The
well-known (at the time) Dan Quayle lost. George W. Bush wasn't well-known either when he was introduced in 2000 (except as George H. W. Bush's
wandering ne'er-do-well son), yet he became POTUS. Al Gore, a household name at the time, lost. Obama was just a Junior Senator from Illinois, with
his only real notice form the public being a funny last name, until suddenly he became POTUS. McCain, very well-known, lost, and was losing miserably
until an unknown Sarah Palin rose to become the VP nominee.
I see a pattern here. The Democrats have won using relative new-comers to national politics. The Republicans, conversely, have lost every time they
tried to run a well-known political figure.
Obama is leading a failed administration. That much I am certain of. The next election cycle (2012) will be a free-for all with advantage going to the
Republicans. Now the Republican party has reached the point where their only two options left are adapt or die. The entire political vista of US
politics is under strict Democratic control. As such, I believe that the Republicans plan to have Sarah Palin groomed and ready for 2012.
Now some will argue that Palin is already too well-known for this theory to hold water. I counter that by her absence from the political scene, even
from the Governorship of Alaska, for four years, she will still appear fresh enough to the American public to pull off a victory. Little on the MSM is
being said about Palin herself, although as previously mentioned, plenty is being said about Alaska, and in such a tone as to make it sound like some
sort of utopia where the police are nice and brave, hardy souls manage to survive and thrive despite harsh conditions.
Thus, I hereby lodge my prediction that come November 2012, Sarah Palin will become President-elect of the United States of America.
I will also state that this is only a prediction and not an endorsement. While I do like some things about Palin, I also think she is woefully
inexperienced and woefully lacking in tenacity. Do not take anything in this post to be assuming that she would make a good President.