Governor Palin for President?

Thursday, October 15, 2009

(h/t Josh Painter)

The Colorado Springs Independent published an article today about the 2012 Draft Sarah Committee and their grassroots effort to support Governor Palin and to encourage her to run for president in 2012. The Committee is made up of ordinary people--volunteers--from all over the United States who see in the governor the only leader who can drive America forward.

Pam Zubeck writes.

David Kelly's home office in Briargate is a typical middle-aged guy's hideout. It has a computer, two desks, books stacked floor to ceiling and maps on the walls. But at the foot of one desk sit a couple boxes filled with buttons and bumper stickers promoting Sarah Palin as a 2012 presidential candidate.

The full-time library district worker spends up to 20 hours a week collecting money and mailing political paraphernalia as part of his federal political action committee's effort to persuade Palin to run.


"She's not part of the Beltway," Kelly explains. "She's a mother who got angry one day and decided, 'I'm going to do something.' She's real. She truly is telling us from her heart what she wants to do, rather than what party officials are dictating to her."

Randy Highsmith, the committee's chairman, saw a story on the Web about the committee and volunteered to organize from Florida. He raves about Palin in an e-mail: "Palin excited me and many other conservatives due to her proven and consistent conservative stances." He notes she's pro-life, pro-business and favors oil drilling in Alaska wilderness.


"The day she announces," [Kelly] says, "our job is done."

Governor Palin has never said for certain that she will run for the presidency, but the committee is working hard in hopes that she will.

Read the entire article here.


Sue October 15, 2009 at 6:51 PM  

I'd vote for her any day of the week! May God have mercy on us until then.

Anonymous,  October 15, 2009 at 7:58 PM  

The similarities that I see between Rep. Michelle Bachmann and Sarah Palin in their decision to enter politics, and their "rogue" status are uncanny. I just learned yesterday that Rep. Bachmann has raised five kids of har own, and seventeen foster-children...then decided to run for office becaus she saw that things would tough for all of them if government wasn't straightened out. I wonder if they ever, or will ever get together to in any ways.

M Conservative Operative October 15, 2009 at 8:51 PM  

She is exactly what America needs. She will win if she runs.

JMK October 16, 2009 at 11:10 AM  

Very well crafted. The Left-leaning media fears Palin as an unabashed Christian woman, who's message resonates with many Americans.

That's why they slime her and try to make out as though she's "too damaged to have a chance to win in 2012."

I believe, as you do, that they're wrong on that count.

Susan L October 16, 2009 at 1:30 PM  

I'd vote for her. Heck. I'd even campaign for her and I never do that sort of stuff.

dangarey October 16, 2009 at 8:50 PM  

Sarah MUST take the lead of the Country Party and endorse Doug Hoffman, the Conservative Party candidate against the RINO Republican candidate in New York. That would be going rogue and declare war on the Court Party Republican elite. The Court Party Republicans are not your friend; neither is the Gingrich who wants to steal our Christmas. Sarah, please expose the Treaty of Copenhagen that Obama will sign mid-December.

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