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Posted by on Aug 12, 2011 in Politics | 13 comments

Who Will Be Elected in 2012?

Who will be elected in 2012? James Moore, author of the book “Bush’s Brain” (about Karl Rove) predicts Texas Gov. Rick Perry will win — and that Sarah Palin will be his Vice Presidential pick. And he is not pleased about that prospect and what it will mean to the United States.

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  • Quelcrist Falconer

    I would not be in the least bit surprised if that happened.

  • JSpencer

    After seeing Bush/Cheney elected not once, but TWICE, how could anyone honestly believe there was a limit to the stupidity of the American electorate?

  • ShannonLeee

    Wont happen.
    Neither will make the ticket, nor would they have a change had it happened.

  • Allen

    The question is moot.

    President Barrack Obama will be re-elected without any problems. Especially with THESE republican candidates.

  • Quelcrist Falconer

    President Barrack Obama will be re-elected without any problems. Especially with THESE republican candidates.

    I wouldn’t count on that, the Republicans hate him, they will crawl over broken glass to vote against him, and he spends his spare time pissing on his supporters, and the “moderates” will vote for whom ever is the last person to feed them a happy line of bs.

  • LOGAN PENZA

    I will take a “happy line of BS” over an angry and vulgar line of BS any day.

    Maybe the real problem is that both sides are equally BS and both sides are too busy pointing fingers at the other one to actually DO anything.

  • Quelcrist Falconer

    I will take a “happy line of BS” over an angry and vulgar line of BS any day.

    Maybe the real problem is that both sides are equally BS and both sides are too busy pointing fingers at the other one to actually DO anything.

    To you the BS is irrelevant since there is very little doubt in my mind that you are one of those people who would crawl over broken glass to vote against Obama, no matter who the Republican candidate will be.

  • LOGAN PENZA

    You would be wrong, QF. I voted for President Obama in 2008 and so far I don’t see much in the way of a likely Republican nominee that will change that in 2012. Also, crawling over broken glass isn’t usually required to get to my particular polling place, though that admittedly might change if the public sector unions happen to be picketing that day.

    This is another illustration of why people should be allowed to define their OWN beliefs instead of having people who hate them provide convenient distortions.

  • Oh come on! If you’re going to get upset about the person who MIGHT be elected, why limit yourself to the current candidates.

    Have a conniption over president Madoff or Cheney.

  • ndh

    True that the Repubs will do anything to vote against him. The only ones that hate him more right now are the progressives.

    Re-election without any problems would be a big surprise.

  • DLS

    Perry might become Romney’s VP, to keep the social and religious conservatives interested in voting. I don’t believe they will beat Obama, however. So far, at least, it really seems that way to me.

  • PJBFan

    I voted for McCain and Biden in 2008, but that was because I voted absentee. I couldn’t bring myself to vote for a wingnut like Palin; Perry is equally wing-nutty. I couldn’t vote for him, and I am a very VERY conservative Republican.

  • PATRICK EDABURN, Assistant Editor

    I do think there are people who would vote against Obama no matter who the nominee was

    I also think there are plenty who would do the reverse, vote for the Democrat no matter what.

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