Today Bill O’Reilly was going off about how so many liberal heads want Sarah Palin to be the Republican Nominee in 2012. As a person who pretty much loves the policies of Sarah Palin: she’s pro-life, pro-gun, gets the whole less government means more for we the people concept etc…I worry about how she will be portrayed to those who are going to vote on how high-pitched her voice sounds and how ditzy the so-called main stream media portrays her to be. I worry about people like Colin Powell who will go on the morning talk shows and call her “animated” a dozen and one times in one Sunday interview to describe her. I have to admit that most of all, it will further advance the overly glorified Tina Fey and her dumb so-called career in comedy.
Of course I am appreciative for much of what Sarah Palin was able to do in some of the spots around the country for the mid-terms. We have Nikki Haley, Marco Rubio and all sorts of folks who will soon be in office once this lame duch session ends. However, I fear that Palin will undergo the same treatment that Sharon Angle got and it just is not cool to be put on that level. I think Palin would be better as a high ranker in the Republican National Committee. I actually like Michael Steele and don’t see why everybody is going after him. Not to get too side tracked but yesterday I watched Ron Nehring, the Chairman–he head of the California Republican Party being interviewed on channel 4. As I watched the interview proceed, feelings came to my mind that this guy should be fired from his position of the head of California’s Republican Committee. After all the struggles we went through in California with absolutely zero leadership in the get out the vote among other areas. I was floored when the interviewer brought his next question with the point being that this guy’s name has been floating around to replace Michael Steele! I wanted to to scream or at least interject—are you kidding me??? There were big wins in many other states and you want to pick the guy who could not lead his party to pick up one state office in Sacramento. No governership, ok–I can get over Meg Whitman. However, I sure can not get over not being able to take Barbara Boxer down…This guy should be fired from anything that has to do with being Chairman of the California Republican Party. This guy CAN NOT LEAD or ORGANIZE or, most importantly, WIN AN ELECTION HANDED TO HIM ON A SILVER PLATTER!!!! Please understand this point. The California GOP is in total disarray and I do not see what he is doing to fix all that is wrong with it. Hopefully, he will step down and in the event he does end up going on to the national GOP so-called machine, I will find that to be quite interesting that a man who lost so many games could not only retain his job but be advanced even further. I for one will be keeping my eyes open and if Ron Nehring is in charge of things, I will know not to send any of the donations from my checking account his way.