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by PTD
Sarah Palin will be the next President of the United States of America, and here's why.

As we have seen from the 2010 Election, the Tea Party is a growing political force in the country.

The Tea Party is already starting to talk about 2012 and which candidates they will primary or not.

And as we have also seen in 2010, the Tea Party was largely able to decide who the Republican candidate was. They did this in blue states like Delaware, red states like Alaska, and more purple states like Nevada. Not all their candidates won, but they were able to affect the primaries in many GOP races. How did they do this?

They were extremely motivated, much more so than the non-Tea Party GOP.

This motivation translated into a high % of primary voters for their Tea Party candidate.

In today's GOP, both Michael Steele (GOP Chairman) and Palin are hitching their political fortunes to the Tea Party. Other candidates, such as Romney or Pawlenty, seem too "Establishment" to be considered. Christie has said he does not want to run in 2012, presumably considering 2016.

By 2012, the Tea Party will be just as motivated as they are now. Why? They want to repeal Obamacare, which takes effect largely in 2013/2014.

This singular desire to repeal Obamacare requires a Republican President, as well as a Republican Congress, both willing to repeal Obamacare.

The candidate most willing to do that, again, appears to be Sarah Palin. Palin is also talking down the Fed, and talking up the importance of a balanced budget. In Alaska, she ran on balanced budgets and against corruption; she was an anti-Establishment candidate in Alaska that fought against corrupt Democrats and Republicans.

Lastly, Tea Parties are less inclined to rate foreign policy issues above domestic economic issues (deficit, taxes, health care repeal, states' rights, etc.) Given that Palin's primary focus is on domestic economic issues and less focused on foreign policy, this also dovetails with the Tea Party.

So given that Palin is a good match for the Tea Party, and given that the Tea Party will be motivated in 2012, it stands to reason that the Tea Party will largely be able to nominate...Sarah Palin to be the Republican candidate for President.

As for the election, there will be no considerable legislation after the GOP is sworn in a few months from now. Obama's liberal push is effectively over, which means that there will be no government intervention in the economy. No stimulus, no homeowner bailouts, no aid to the states; spending will be curtailed because the GOP has such a wide margin in such a polarized electorate, and they fear being primaried by the Tea Party themselves.

But because of Obamacare and a still weak housing market, weak bank balance sheets, our high debt, protectionist trade policies, and a slow global economy in general, the economy will be weak going forward into 2012. This is Obama's weak spot; he ran on fixing the economy. Democrats lost over 60 seats in 2010, with many voters still blaming Bush. By 2012 that numbers who blame Bush will be much lower; those that blame Obama will be much higher. Expect Democrats to lose even more seats in 2012.

And Obama will lose most independents as well. It will be his policies, not those of John Boehner (who?) that most Americans will blame for their current state of affairs.

On Election Day, Palin will lose the Blue states, as liberals will shake their heads and ask how this could have happened. But the "purple" states of Ohio, Penn., Virginia, etc. will all swing to Palin. Voters unhappy with the slow growth economy, debt, and persistently high unemployment will judge Obama to be a complete failure. At this point, there is nothing really that Democrats can do; given the current rate so far, the time to unwind the bad bank investments, the housing market to bottom (and then rebound), and the economy to turn around is set to recover but after 2012. The Tea Party isn't going anywhere, but instead will re-double their efforts in 2012.

Palin will win the Presidency in 2012.

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Sarah Palin is AWESOME! As you point out she was an antiestablishment fighter of corruption on both sides of the aisle. She also cuts excessive and wasteful spending. This is why she scares the establishment so much. She will seek to expose their corrupt little circles and backroom deals. She exposes the media''s liberal bias and their fiscal tentacles extend towards Washington as well. Sarah Palin is exactly what this country needs. Hopefully she will inspire many others across the world to return to fiscal sanity and end the wasteful and corrupt deal making that exist in all government. Palin 2012!
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