For someone who isn’t in office, who isn’t running for any political office. Someone who hasn’t a job. Sarah Palin sure has the libs and marxists scared. With nothing more than a personal blog, she gave birth to the phrase “Death Panels” that broke the State Media silence about the true nature of Obamacare. With a book that broke records and hit the #1 spot on Amazon before it was even released, she outsold Hillary’s, Obama’s, Gore’s fiction and that of John Kerry—combined! For someone who draws more people to a book signing that any democrat can draw to any political meeting, she has more personal power than anyone on the conservative side of the political fence. She won’t even declare herself as a republican. An act that has RINOs in the RNC running scared as well.
Now the LA Times has a report that shows Palin polling almost equal with Obama. Palin’s numbers are rising and Obama’s are tumbling. Quite a feat for some back-woods hick from Alaska,
Here’s an excerpt from the LA Times column. IComing from the LA Times, it’s a surprisingly positive report.
November 23, 2009 | 1:32 am
Not that it matters politically because obviously she’s a female Republican dunce and he’s a male Democrat genius.
But Sarah Palin’s poll numbers are strengthening.
And President Obama‘s are sliding.
Guess what? They’re about to meet in the 40s.
Depending, of course, on which recent set of numbers you peruse and how the questions are phrased, 307 days into his allotted 1,461, the 44th president’s approval rating among Americans has slid to 49% or 48%, showing no popularity bounce from his many happy trips, foreign and domestic.
Riding the wave of immense publicity and symbiotic media interest over her new book, “Going Rogue,” and the accompanying promotional tour, Palin’s favorable ratings are now at 43%, according to ABC. That’s up from 40% in July.
One poll even gives her a 47% favorable.
Saturday night Palin’s book bus swung by a mall in Roanoke, Va., a state Obama won a year ago but just recently elected a Republican governor to replace departing Tim Kaine, the chairman of the Democratic National Committee. The former Alaska governor wanted to greet the hundreds of fans already lining up in 39-degree weather for her Sunday morning signing.
“She brings out a different crowd,” Salem Republican Party Chairman Greg Habeeb told the Roanoke Times. Habeeb was struck by the numerous non-Republicans he spotted in the line snaking all over the mall. “She taps into something that the Republican Party really needs to tap into.”
Sunday, Palin flew ahead of her bus to visit the Rev. Billy Graham and his son Franklin at the father’s North Carolina home before her appearance today at Fort Bragg.
Overall, Palin’s, well, campaign will visit 25 states, most of them politically crucial. Florida gets the most stops, three.
The complete article can be found here.