Fast forward two years. Despite the constant attempts to damage her by the "Cocktail Party" element of the GOP, Sarah Palin has emerged as the most influential figure in the party.I don't know if I agree with RWN, that it's a "Cocktail Party" element of the GOP, I would agree however that the majority of Americans see Palin as an energy force in the Republican party. I would also partially agree with Michael Reagan that, "The others don't have the passion that Sarah Palin has".
It's not Palin's energy or passion that's the problem with many of her non-fans. It's an electability and not ready for prime time problem. Sarah Palin's electability problems are not just with the so called, "Cocktail Party" element of the Republican Party, but with the almost 70% of Americans that feel she is unqualified to be President. What's the point of winning a nomination, when you can't win the general?
So yes, I agree with Michael Reagan's assessment of Sarah, that she does have oodles of ENERGY and PASSION.
I also agree with him in when he says that Palin, "has a shot, NO........ She's is to polarizing to be elected the President of the U.S.A."
Fast forward to around the 4:05 mark:
Now I know all the Palin supporters will state something like, "He (Reagan) doesn't know what he's talking about". Well, according at least one Palin supporter who commented the other day, HE DOES:
"We care about what conservatives like Michael Reagan think....not Obama loving squishes or beltway snobs with an agenda." - Right Wingnut