Friday, April 23, 2010

Brown Backs Romney

Scott Brown says that Palin is qualified to be President, but he's in Romney's camp for now.

Color me shocked!

Okay, not really. This is more of a yawn.

My guess is that Rubio is the same way. In Romney's camp. People like Ann Coulter are also in Romney's camp. My guess is that Ann doesn't want Sarah to run because she doesn't really want to fight her because Ann will most likely support Romney.

I'm sure others in the system, more party boys, will back Romney as well. They just don't have the courage to buck the machine. Romney has a machine. He is a politician. The party boys who know the power of a machine aren't man enough to fight it. Well, then they're not man enough to fight Obama's either. I will support some of them, but I wouldn't trust any of them.

If it does turn into a Romney vs. Palin fight for the primaries, Romney will run establishment. Palin will know how to deal with that. It mirrors her run for the gubernatorial primary. The anti-establishment Palin will roar.

You heard it here first. :)

1 comment:

Greg said...

I think we are already seeing Palin's 2012 run unfolding before our eyes. Massive book sales, wildly successful book signing tour, dozens of maximum capacity events throughout the country, endorsing candidates, helping candidates and state gop's raise large sums of money, and taking on 0bama on every front while all the others, including Mitt, sit back and do nothing. I also suspect that this summer will see an uptick in her events around the country culmanating in a big campaign push during the general election. That will be followed by the airing of Sarah Palin's Alaska on TLC, which will be followed by the release of her 2nd book, and another booksigning tour in early 2011.