Sarah Palin: Launching Campaign in April? Exclusive Details on When and Where!

Tue, February 22, 2011 10:51am EDT by 4 Comments

Sarah has said all along she’s going to launch her prez pursuit on her favorite Anchorage radio show, Bob & Mark. Guess when she’s on the show next?

Believe it or not,  it’s already high time for presidential hopefuls to kick off their campaigns even though the election isn’t until November 2012 — and we’ve connected some dots that strongly suggest where and when Sarah Palin will be announcing.  

HollywoodLife.com has learned that Palin has booked an appearance in April on The Bob and Mark Show on 106.5 KWHL-FM in Anchorage. Sarah has said all along — including on the final episode of her TLC show Sarah Palin’s Alaska — that she would announce her candidacy on the radio via Bob and Mark.

While the exact date hasn’t been confirmed, we’re told that with Sarah’s schedule, her appearance on the show — especially booked so far in advance — can mean only one thing: That she’ll be kicking off her campaign on the radio.

And with Sarah hiring a chief of staff, Michael Glassner, and the impending entrance of potential competitors Tim Pawlenty, governor of Minnesota, and Mitt Romney, ex-gov of Massachusetts, the time is certainly ripe.

Calls to Palin’s lawyer weren’t returned.

If you think it’s awfully early for the candidates to get started, remember that Barack Obama announced his candidacy in February 2007. At the time, it was a surprisingly early announcement almost 20 months in advance of the 2008 election.

But, then again, look where Obama lives now.

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Andy from Chapel Hill

Posted at 9:03 PM on March 8, 2011  

If she runs, then Huck will drop out and his followers will become Sarah’s followers and she then wins the nomination. Michelle is hoping to be the VP pick, especially if a man is nominated for the POTUS election.

In 2012, the economy will be slightly better by the numbers, but the real unemployment rate will be 12-14% because many of the displaced jobs will never come back.

Obama (if he runs — I am not sure of that) will claim that he saved the world from certain ruin and he would have done better if the R’s had not gotten in the way. 42% of the likely voters will support him (bedrock # for Dems).

Palin will hopefully pick Ryan so Ryan can out-debate Biden and carry the wonkish part of the campaign. They are both very telegenic. 42% of the likely voters will support Palin/Ryan (bedrock # for R’s).

Now, the question is “who gets the 16% in the middle?”.

I think Palin will take the majority of electoral votes (290 +/-) because in the privacy of the voting booth, there will be enough older women who want a woman as POTUS. “It is simply the right time for a woman”.

My “fear” is that the RNC will be successful in taking the Senate and holding the House and the Democrats will argue that the people MUST vote for Obama “to keep the Republicans in check”. This is their best argument for keeping Obama.

Overall, if the messaging is clear and the campaign is run professionally, Sarah can win. But not by much…

All IMHO, of course.

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Authoritah

Posted at 6:45 PM on February 22, 2011  

Most of the comments on this article will be the following:

“Like she is so stupid.”

“She said she could see Russia from her house, what a dumb broad.” (Btw she never said that, Tine Fey did.)

She faked her pregnancy with Trig, baby is really Bristol’s first child.”

“OMG I hate her so much! Not sure why I just do!”

“Ugh, she should just go away already.”

“I hate her because she is prettier than me!”

“Stupid redneck snowbilly and her horde should go away!”

“Haha, like anyone will vote for over Obama, who is so smart and brilliant.” (exactly what does make Obama smart anyway?)

“She is a stupid bimbo.”

Ok think I got it all covered. Let the two-minutes of hate begin!

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MW99

Posted at 7:26 PM on February 23, 2011  

Am I missing some option to expand more comments, is is there still only one comment here a day later? Authoritah, it looks like you took all the left’s fun away. No fair.

We clearly need a rule rationing the number of insipid leftist comments per person. Until then, stop hogging them all and learn to share.

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Brandt

Posted at 5:05 PM on February 22, 2011  

This really does top it all and make Palin a punchline. The public is finally coming around to seeing the true Sarah Palin. Instead of smiling and nodding while talking about murders and national tragedies, she should have shown some humility. I was compelled to create a visual commentary of her political rhetoric and its effects on my artist’s blog at http://dregstudiosart.blogspot.com/2011/01/sarah-palin-made-me-do-it.html Drop by and let me know what you think.

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