2012 Election Prediction
Ok, this is a long shot but it’s what’s in my gut and what I think will happen… Romney won’t be President. Obama won’t be either. Something else will happen.
What will happen? I don’t know but something will. I think the Tea Party will somehow step in and shake things up. Why? Well, this election was even more important than the 2010 mid-term elections and we have the whole summer left before November.
Will Palin get in? Will Chris Christie or Marco Rubio or Paul Ryan? I don’t know. They’re all not really indicating they will or have indicated that they won’t. I have no idea what will happen but something will.
Romney isn’t conservative enough. I don’t know why he’s winning right now. My only guess is that these are the same idiots that put McCain in as our candidate and I just really don’t think that will fly. Something will happen.
Maybe the movement is waiting until it’s warmer out or for the primary elections to get over with, I’m not sure.
The only other alternative I can see is that if Romney would get in, he’d have to pair up with someone pretty conservative for VP. Maybe that is what Palin is waiting for again, not sure.
I would like Santorum but the problem with these “Christian” candidates is that they’re way too strong. Nobody like that has ever been elected. Bush prayed and stuff and you knew he was one but he didn’t preach on his tour or anything like that. That’s more of the kind of Christian candidate that would work. Yelling “Satan” at things is just too strong and is not appealing.
Gingrich is a good guy but he’s had entire staffs leave him – like twice at least. That’s not a good sign of leadership to me.
I think I know these Tea Party people. What they’re seeing isn’t what they want. Something is brewing right now. I can feel it. I just hope it bubbles up before it’s too late. There is time, though.
- Florida Insider Poll: Vice President Marco Rubio edition (tampabay.com)
- Is Romney Conservative Enough for Sarah Palin? [Election 2012] (gawker.com)
- 10 politicians who could save the GOP – Politico (politico.com)
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