How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Sarah Palin


The next Ronald Reagan?

So thinks Michael Reagan.

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I find the whole series of comparison photos rather ridiculous. But that's just me. A lot of people find it endearing. So who knows? After all, I did think, too, that Bush junior was a joke. (I still do.) And there are people who used to think that Obama would be a visionary leader. (I no longer do.) So there is no telling, really.

More than political fiction or a convenient scarecrow for political strategists like David Axelrod, "President Palin" is a looming and growing possibility for 2012.

It could happen...and this is why.

Does it matter?


  1. Never say never in American politics.

  2. Obama would beat Palin by double digits if the election were held today.

  3. I agree with Jeremiah, but also with Ben... without some pretty serious leadership from Obama, he'll continue to slide for the next three years, and will be vulnerable to whoever the thugs put up. I do have some skepticism that the powers that be, behind the Zaphod-Beeblebrox "leadership" of the Republican party, will countenance a Palin nomination.

  4. This is the country that elected George W. Bush, twice, and compared to The Palin he is an intellectual powerhouse. It is true that President Obama has let some of us down, including me, but as Jeremiah said if the election were held today he would beat The Palin like a drum. However, in three years, that may not be the case. There are a lot of nuts out there...