REPUBLICAN strategist Ed Rollins, called Sarah Palin stupid ?

Posted on May 31st, 2011 by admin1 in republican strategist

So what is up with that. Are the Republicans really turning on their own selves. Wow this is almost better than sex. Not quite though….
Anyway. How can a woman run for President of the United States,
if she cannot take the pressure, of being the governor of a state.
Please tell me that answer, >>>>> anyone………………….

Who cares what Ed Rollins has to say. Just because he has an opinion, it doesn’t mean he is right. Besides, the last thing I want in a presidential candidate is someone who fits the mold of previous candidates. Look where that has gotten us. Can you name the last president who was fiscally conservative and who didn’t expand government? Besides, Palin explained why she resigned her governorship and the explanation she gave was that she felt it wouldn’t be right of her to continue to govern Alaska, when she couldn’t give the state her full attention and I agree with her. If she would have stayed, the ethics complaints would have continued and when she runs for president, that is just more time that she cannot focus on Alaska. Personally, I think that she did the right thing and I would vote for her in a heartbeat.

10 Comments on “REPUBLICAN strategist Ed Rollins, called Sarah Palin stupid ?”

  1. eazyeee888

    When dont democrats do this every election? obama clinton? short memory I see LOLOL

    "this is almost better than sex" …..what can you say, only a democrat would get off on partisan politics…….pathetic LOLOLOLReferences :

  2. Invisible

    Do all Democrats believe the same thing?References :

  3. YES WE CAN!

    It’s like Ann Coulter said in her book GUILTY – all you have to do is bash a republican and the media establishment Love you to pieces…References :

  4. fdm215

    He’s not the only one to question her intelligence.References :

  5. semper_paratus_1776

    Ed is entitled to his opinion. Remember when Nixon in 1962 told the press they wouldn’t have him to kick around anymore.

    America will not elect an attractive Conservative woman president.References :

  6. Dutch

    Nice try liberal. Sarah Palin had no trouble handling the Governorship of Alaska, and she did a fantastic job. Get used to saying "President Palin," because she’s going to be putting Barry out of a job in ’12.References :

  7. babbie

    Really scares the hell out of you, doesn’t she? Good. She should.References :

  8. jeeper_peeper321

    Democratic strategist Dick Morris says that Obama and Clinton are evil.

    Does that mean the Democratic party is breakingapart?References :

  9. Cheney's Left Moob

    during the election many republican editorialists and political commentators recognized that she was an idiot and they supported Obama instead. Unfortunately, some are sooo partisan they just can’t see her for what she is.

    To answer your question about her being President, the answer is clearly that she couldn’t take the pressure. Can you imagine if they had won? McCain suspended his campaign to "deal" with the economic crises (he actually stayed in Ohio or wherever it was for an additional day and then flew to D.C. where he didn’t accomplish anything). What would McCain have done the mess Obama inherited? What about Palin? She would have had a breakdown and been reduced to a blubbering infant curled up in the fetal position under her desk.References :

  10. The Truth Hurts

    Who cares what Ed Rollins has to say. Just because he has an opinion, it doesn’t mean he is right. Besides, the last thing I want in a presidential candidate is someone who fits the mold of previous candidates. Look where that has gotten us. Can you name the last president who was fiscally conservative and who didn’t expand government? Besides, Palin explained why she resigned her governorship and the explanation she gave was that she felt it wouldn’t be right of her to continue to govern Alaska, when she couldn’t give the state her full attention and I agree with her. If she would have stayed, the ethics complaints would have continued and when she runs for president, that is just more time that she cannot focus on Alaska. Personally, I think that she did the right thing and I would vote for her in a heartbeat.References :

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