04 June 2011

Put This in Your Pipe and Smoke It...

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Bachmann-Bolton 2012- now you're talkin'! 

The combo has a lot of synergies if you think about it- and their abilities and experience complement each other very, very well. All her weak spots are his strengths and visa versa... but someone else as veep with Bolton at State works for me, too! 

While domestic issues are indeed pressing, I also demand a candidate that will put Iran back on their heels, an imperative task as far as I'm concerned- and thus a litmus test in the primaries, among others.

I believe Michele Bachmann can win Iowa and surprise a whole lot of people- Palin the only one that can challenge her there now... but I really don't think she's running due to high negatives in polling. 

But who knows- more than the bus tour, I'm wondering what the new pad in Arizona is all about if she isn't going for the brass ring this time, maybe she'll nab Kyl's Senate seat.  A Bachmann vs Palin primary battle would make it very hard of a lot of us, myself included... I love Sarah, and think she'd make a super president. Besides the principled toughness, she's also one of the few with the charisma I like to see in a candidate.

Alas, there are no other GOPers that I trust to cut the deficit, destroy ObamaCare, and defend US interests worldwide other than Bachmann, Palin, (and maybe Trump, believe it or not)... and only Michelle Bachmann is running at this point, so I'll just put the ball in play here.

Hard-core Palinistas and Trump-haters can come gunning now~

13 comments:

Specter said...

Ah, man. Don't tease like that! You're givin' me an itchy voting-finger... :)

Reaganite Republican said...

It would be great- talk about lefty heads exploding lol

Steve Dennis said...

I think that Palin is going to run for the Senate, not for president. I would love to see Bolton jump into the race!

Reaganite Republican said...

I agree with all you say Steve... and I think she's going for Kyl's seat, too.

Good move for her, strong Republican state that would be glad to have her as well as a perfect opportunity to disprove her critics and move forward

Amusing Bunni said...

She wouldn't have bought that large house there if she wasn't planning something!

Maggie@MaggiesNotebook said...

Bolton wants to get in. I don't think he can raise the money for Prez. I really agree with each of their weaknesses being made stronger together.

I hope Sarah does not run for the Senate. I know all the talk that she will gain experience, but a Governor doesn't need to be a Senator, especially in the corrupt and inept Senate of today. Perhaps the 2012 Senate can change that, but it will take a lot of like-minded Sarah's to bring that bunch around to her thinking. She needs to be out front, if not up top.

Love the banner!

Randy-g said...

Bachmann and Bolton, or Bolton and Bachmann. They would get my vote in a heartbeat. Palin will be a kingmaker and fundraiser, but someting is up with her.

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

I'm in a holding pattern right now myself. I do like both of the ladies better that the others though.

Andrew33 said...

I would accept that ticket, but most of America would not. Bolton would bee seen as too close to Bush. BHO wont win by running against Bush again, but a Repub sure wont win by promising to continue Bush policies and putting a recess appointment ambassador to the UN (a bad habit that BHO has repeated over and over) will send the message that the next Repub option will simply be another Bush. Sorry, but Bolton doesnt bring anything to the table that Bachmann does not. He doesn't bring big fundraising or appeal to a major segment of the voting population that Bachmann would not. BHO chose Biden to be his VP because Biden appealed to moderate (for them) white Catholic democrats. Reagan brought Bush in for fundraising and to shore up traditional (at that time) Republican support. Bolton brings neither of those. Sorry, but ideology wins primaries, not regular elections. Appeal wins national elections. Most of you won't like this, but I am simply being pragmatic.

LL said...

RR - IF Michelle Bachmann can win a primary (and I doubt that she can), and if she can win the Republican nomination -- and that's a stretch, Bolton wouln't be the best VP option despite his conservative credentials and experience.

The Republican field has yet to be fully defined. MB would be in interesting choice of Vice President for Governor Rick Perry or somebody like that -- perhaps.

joetote said...

Bolton in my eyes is so much like the great Jean Kirkpatrick! What a great coup that would be and a slam dunk as to foreign policy! Personally, I believe Bachmann is a brilliant woman and I agree between the two of them most areas are in fact covered. I am however afraid the press will destroy Michelle especially with the help they'll gleefully recieve from the establishment RINO scum all of whom will work to destroy any true conservative candidate to preserve their own corrupt power base!

Having said that, Bolton in my view has much more going for him that foreign policy. The man is brilliant and has a firm grasp on the basic tenets that made this country what it is. As much as I'd love to see a ticket like the above, I am afraid LL is correct as to Bachmann. So, my dream ticket? Either Herman Cain or even more so Alan West and Bolton!

Please note one thing here. Michelle Bachmann is a brilliant woman! I understand she has two degrees and is extremely well versed economically. If she was actually given a fair chance to articulate herself (something she will never get with the MSM and the RINOs yelling and screaming, one would find a great candidate! The only chance of one seeing that however is as usual the silent majority must start making noise.

Reaganite Republican said...

I am aware she is a longshot... but just having some fun, nice to think an actual conservative could win it, you know

What I had in mind is the way people like Carter and Clinton came out of nowhere, same as Obama really... who knows if she could get hot in the primaries, IMO people will definitely like her if they are provided a chance to get to know her, she's quite charming and well-informed.

Add that to the fact support for Romney could collapse under pressure from the TEA party, and of course Michele IS the TEA party in the House... hmmm

Thomas Ferdousi said...

Go Bolton!

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