11.28.2010 By Chase Kyla Hunter
As the Sarah Palin haters rage on, foaming and ranting their fear and hatred of the woman’s basic fundamental goodness all over the web, the Wall Street Journal produced a Poll, imagining the 2012 presidential election were held today. The current results, which of course can change, and allowing for the usual 3% margin of error, put the proverbial 2012 presidential race between Obama and Palin practically neck and neck, with the Mama Grizzly inching out the Mack Daddy Long Legs by a spine shivering slim margin of about 4.5%.
In the current poll tally from about 9,400 voters Palin wins currently by 51.3% to 48.7% over Obama.
That fact should have the Palin haters gnashing their teeth and hurling their ipads and smartphones to the floor in rage. Poor far left techno-babies. That’s just enough of a worrisome win to be utterly undone by the possibility of sheer political human evil, should the vote fraud factor kick in, and we all find that the new Orwellian electronic voting machines get tinkered with again, mail in ballots don’t get counted, and all the other potential crookedness and crime that might possibly take place, in fact does take place in 2012.
This upcoming election in 2012 would be the horse race to end all races, politically speaking, if Sarah does choose to run. I would not put anything past the DNC in 2012 to keep the White House, what with it’s very public political bruised ego on display for all to see right now.
It’s enough to make a Palin supporter really wonder which way the wind will begin to blow politically for both Obama and Palin between now and next summer, when the election campaign machines begin gearing up for November 2012.
Here’s the link:
- 2012 election could pit Obama vs. Palin (dailykos.com)
- Chris Matthews: Sarah Palin Is Like BIll Clinton (VIDEO) (huffingtonpost.com)
- Obama On Sarah Palin Race In 2012: I Don’t Think About It (huffingtonpost.com)
- Obama: ‘I don’t think about Sarah Palin’ – USA Today (news.google.com)