Monday, May 30, 2011

Is Sarah Palin on he way to hear Mitt Romney's official Announcement?

It's all making sense to me now. She launched an east coast bus tour and is working her way north from DC. Mitt Romney is scheduled to announce his candidacy for President on Thursday in NH. She had obviously come to the same conclusion as so many Americans and wants to have a bus eye view of history in the making. I mean, can you blame her?

Romney will be making his announcement on a 250 acre farm in Stratham NH:

With the American flag flying, and the well-tended lilac trees at their most fragrant, Doug Scamman spent most of yesterday mowing the rolling hayfield outside of his 250-year-old farmhouse.

In just a few days, that field will be a packed parking lot. The Civil War-era barn, where five pigs and nine hens live, could become a media staging area, Scamman said, with what looked like a twinkle in his eye.....

.....Here, somewhere between the chicken coop, the tractors and the hay bales, Republican Mitt Romney will launch his second presidential bid.

Being familiar with this farm myself, I am sure that Palin is aware that there is plenty of room for her to park her bus and enjoy the festivities. Great place for her and her family to stop and have themselves a picnic lunch and at the same time pay her respects to the next President of the United States. Maybe even a Romney endorsement in the works?


Anonymous said...

Bosman, you're a genius. After all, our resident Palinistas are always telling us how smart Sarah Palin.


NH Rep said...

Could Palin really demonstrate such great judgment and insight?

Anonymous said...

Don't hold your breath!

Anonymous said...

Meet the Scamman's HERE.


Anonymous said...

The bus tour is supposed to "educate and energize Americans about our nations founding principles, in order to promote the Fundamental Restoration of America".

(I found the idea of Palin educating Americans about the founders particularly funny.) But just exactly how do they intend to do that? Especially when they refuse to tell anyone where they are going to be.


Anonymous said...

Martha, yes, how is she supposed to educate us when her answer to beck's question as to her favorite founding father is "all of 'em."?

I don't like to be mean to Palin, but this is one area that appears disingenuous IMO.

Anonymous said...

yea... and watch her C4P folks pass around the laced koolaid!!!!!!

Funny box.

Anonymous said...

Rudy Giuliani was invited as well.

Just as long as he promises not to dress up as the farmer's wife.

Anonymous said...

I think if Palin does run and lose, she will immediately endorse Mitt. If she doesn't run, endorsement would like go to Mitt anyway. This would unite the Tea Party and the establishment.

Revolution 2012 said...

You and Doug are letting your imaginations loose today.

When asked if her bus was a campaign bus and was she running for President, she answered by saying something like, there were some fine Republicans in the race already. What ever that means?

BOSMAN said...

I am beginning to believe that Palin may be warming up to a Romney Presidency.

I am expecting her endorsement of Romney fairly quickly after his announcement.

Just my gut feeling!

Doug NYC GOP said...

Imagination - Sinatra style