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Can Sarah Still Win If She Runs in 2012? Is This Still A Real Political Horse Race?

21 Jan
Sarah Palin at a campaign rally in Raleigh, NC.

Sarah Palin ponders her prospects for 2012

Updated January 20th 2011, Copyright 11.28.2010 By Chase Kyla Hunter, All Rights Reserved.

 

 

 

 

To read more essays I’ve written about Sarah Palin, click here.

Update Jan.20th 2011:

What a difference one month and a lunatic massacre makes.

I have entered the  ongoing melee of American political reporting as a citizen journalist in the way that someone might stroll through the doors of a saloon, just to whet their whistle, maybe to get out of the noonday heat, then look up to realize that they are standing right in the middle of a wild west shoot-out, chairs and bodies flying, gunshots ringing to the ceiling, shattered glass smashing. The bartender is knuckled on hands and knees on the floor behind the counter, praying.

So much for getting a civilized gin and tonic. So much for civilized discourse these days on just about anything. Here I am, standing in the middle of the saloon, innocent, just having walked through the doors to escape the noonday heat, and get a drink. Now I feel I have to either fight for my life, or flee. That’s just about exactly what it feels like trying to blog about anything political in the present atmosphere of America in 2011. Now especially since the Loughner massacre, things are tense, the political discourse routinely untrue and rancid.

Now more than ever good solid citizen journalists with a keen eye for spotting and identifying media bias are needed. Without them, actual reporting and truthful accounting of events as they transpire may soon actually disappear in America. The open warfare between left and right wing media outlets threatens to ruin what’s left of journalism, and threatens to disenfranchise the intelligent reading mainstream such that I might be publishing my own print media newspaper soon out of sheer necessity. One of the top ten signs of emerging fascism is the disappearance of a free press. What else would you call what we are all seeing today in America, but that very thing?

– Chase Kyla Hunter 01.20.2011

About one month ago I wrote an essay [which appears below this update ] which reflected on a December 2010 poll on Sarah Palin’s chances in 2012. The December 28th 2010 WSJ poll showed Sarah Palin beating Barack Obama by a nose in 2012. The Obama White House media, popularly known as “MSNBC” has refuted this poll, claiming instead that Obama led Palin by a whopping 22% in December 2010. Lies, Lies, lies.

Anymore one must read at least a dozen news stories then divide the opinions by 12 to get something that might possibly resemble the truth. I call this “media discernment math.” Then came Loughner in the first week of 2011, right after the dead birds omen. Then came the left wing accusatory media melee which stooped so low as to associate Loughner’s motivations for the shooting with right wing political rhetoric, the kind of talk I have been hearing all my life since the advent of talk radio in the 1980s, the kind of speech that often comes from Fox News, and from Sarah Palin or Rush Limbaugh, or Michael Savage in today’s TV media: nothing more or less than political talk that we hear every day, and nothing different than the conservative talk radio speeches and opinions voiced daily since the mid 1980s.

Then came the out all public fist fight between the left and the right in America, hair flying, right in the middle of the agony and mourning for what lunatic Jared Loughner had done in Arizona. And finally, then came the bizarre Obama led “Memorial Service” with a completely inappropriate lead-off speech by a rambling Native American, an Arizona local, who talked about himself mostly. His eulogy had the air of being more appropriate as the welcome speech for a summer Pow Wow than any grieving commentary for 6 massacred murder victims. [ Put that egg down. I am Cherokee, I’m a public speaker, and I know a “self involved rant” when I hear one ].

Here are some new polls, articles showing the Sarah Palin Weather Report:

Palin Poll Numbers Get Even Worse [ Huff Post, to be expected ]

Huckabee, Palin Lead Pack for 2012, But Are They Even Running?

Palin Putting Out Feelers for 2012 Presidential Bid

POLL: Majority Says Palin Not Liable for Gifford’s Shooting, But Disliked Her Response

“Post Loughner” Palin Bashing Reaches New High, Unfavorable Rating Follows

Quote Daily Caller: “Palin’s national favorability rating is at an anemic 35 percent, against 58 percent who disapprove of the possible GOP presidential candidate. In a match-up against Barack Obama, she trails the president by 17 points. “That’s the largest deficit we’ve found for her since May of 2009,” notes PPP’s Tom Jensen. “She started last week with an opportunity to make some head way. She ended it perhaps further away from the Presidency than she’s been since the day before John McCain picked her as his running mate.”

RE: Sarah Palins’ popularity: On December 28th of 2010 I wrote:

As the Sarah Palin haters rage on, foaming and ranting their fear and hatred of the woman’s basic fundamental goodness all over the web, the Wall Street Journal produced a Poll, imagining the 2012 presidential election were held today. The current results, which of course can change, and allowing for the usual 3% margin of error, put the proverbial 2012 presidential race between Obama and Palin practically neck and neck, with the Mama Grizzly inching out the Mack Daddy Long Legs by a spine shivering slim margin of about 4.5%. In the current poll tally from about 9,400 voters Palin wins currently by 51.3% to 48.7% over Obama.

That fact should have the Palin haters gnashing their teeth and hurling their ipads and smartphones to the floor in rage. Poor far left techno-babies. That’s just enough of a worrisome win to be utterly undone by the possibility of sheer political human evil, should the vote fraud factor kick in, and we all find that the new Orwellian electronic voting machines get tinkered with again, mail in ballots don’t get counted, and all the other potential crookedness and crime that might possibly take place, in fact does take place in 2012. This upcoming election in 2012 would be the horse race to end all races, politically speaking, if Sarah does choose to run.

I would not put anything past the DNC in 2012 to keep the White House, what with it’s very public political bruised ego on display for all to see right now. It’s enough to make a Palin supporter really wonder which way the wind will begin to blow politically for both Obama and Palin between now and next summer, when the election campaign machines  begin gearing up for  November 2012. Here’s the link: http://online.wsj.com/community/groups/election-day-684/topics/palin-obama-would-win-2012

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Chase Kyla Hunter’s 2011 Sarah Palin Weather Report: Part One

20 Jan
Sarah Palin at a campaign rally in Raleigh, NC.

Image via Wikipedia

Updated January 20th 2011, Copyright 11.28.2010 By Chase Kyla Hunter, All Rights Reserved.

To read more essays I’ve written about Sarah Palin, click here.

Can Sarah Still Win in 2012?

Update Jan.20th 2011:

What a difference one month and a lunatic massacre makes.

About one month ago I wrote this essay below which reflected on a December 2010 poll on Sarah Palin’s chances in 2012.

The December 28th 2010 WSJ poll showed Sarah Palin beating Barack Obama by a nose in 2012. The Obama White House media, popularly known as “MSNBC” has refuted this poll, claiming instead that Obama led Palin by a whopping 22% in December 2010. Lies, Lies, lies. Anymore one must read at least a dozen news stories then divide the opinions by 12 to get something that might possibly resemble the truth. I call this “media discernment math.”

Then came Loughner in the first week of 2011, right after the dead birds omen. Then came the left wing accusatory media melee which stooped so low as to associate Loughner’s motivations for the shooting with right wing political rhetoric, the kind of talk I have been hearing all my life since the advent of talk radio in the 1980s, the kind of speech that often comes from Fox News, and from Sarah Palin or Rush Limbaugh, or Michael Savage in today’s TV media: nothing more or less than political talk that we hear every day, and nothing different than the conservative talk radio speeches and opinions voiced daily since the mid 1980s.

Then came the out all public fist fight between the left and the right in America, hair flying, right in the middle of the agony and mourning for what lunatic Jared Loughner had done in Arizona. And finally, then came the bizarre Obama led “Memorial Service” with a completely inappropriate lead-off speech by a rambling Native American, an Arizona local, who talked about himself mostly. His eulogy had the air of being more appropriate as the welcome speech for a summer Pow Wow than any grieving commentary for 6 massacred murder victims. [ Put that egg down. I am Cherokee, I’m a public speaker, and I know a “self involved rant” when I hear one ].

Here are some new polls, articles showing the Sarah Palin Weather Report:

Palin Poll Numbers Get Even Worse [ Huff Post, to be expected ]

Huckabee, Palin Lead Pack for 2012, But Are They Even Running?

Palin Putting Out Feelers for 2012 Presidential Bid

POLL: Majority Says Palin Not Liable for Gifford’s Shooting, But Disliked Her Response

“Post Loughner” Palin Bashing Reaches New High, Unfavorable Rating Follows

Quote Daily Caller:

“Palin’s national favorability rating is at an anemic 35 percent, against 58 percent who disapprove of the possible GOP presidential candidate. In a match-up against Barack Obama, she trails the president by 17 points. “That’s the largest deficit we’ve found for her since May of 2009,” notes PPP’s Tom Jensen. “She started last week with an opportunity to make some head way. She ended it perhaps further away from the Presidency than she’s been since the day before John McCain picked her as his running mate.”

RE: Sarah Palins’ popularity: On December 28th of 2010 I wrote:

As the Sarah Palin haters rage on, foaming and ranting their fear and hatred of the woman’s basic fundamental goodness all over the web, the Wall Street Journal produced a Poll, imagining the 2012 presidential election were held today. The current results, which of course can change, and allowing for the usual 3% margin of error, put the proverbial 2012 presidential race between Obama and Palin practically neck and neck, with the Mama Grizzly inching out the Mack Daddy Long Legs by a spine shivering slim margin of about 4.5%.

In the current poll tally from about 9,400 voters Palin wins currently by 51.3% to 48.7% over Obama.

That fact should have the Palin haters gnashing their teeth and hurling their ipads and smartphones to the floor in rage. Poor far left techno-babies. That’s just enough of a worrisome win to be utterly undone by the possibility of sheer political human evil, should the vote fraud factor kick in, and we all find that the new Orwellian electronic voting machines get tinkered with again, mail in ballots don’t get counted, and all the other potential crookedness and crime that might possibly take place, in fact does take place in 2012.

This upcoming election in 2012 would be the horse race to end all races, politically speaking, if Sarah does choose to run. I would not put anything past the DNC in 2012 to keep the White House, what with it’s very public political bruised ego on display for all to see right now.

It’s enough to make a Palin supporter really wonder which way the wind will begin to blow politically for both Obama and Palin between now and next summer, when the election campaign machines  begin gearing up for  November 2012.

Here’s the link:

http://online.wsj.com/community/groups/election-day-684/topics/palin-obama-would-win-2012

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FYI: Democrats Also Have A Political “Target” Map: Hypocrisy Revealed

11 Jan

Copyright 2011-3011 By Chase Kyla Hunter

Tags: DNC political target bullseye map, Sarah Palin Tea Party crosshairs map, politics, political slang, political semantics, arizona shooting, gabrielle gifford

Oh what a difference a few minutes of good internet research could have made yesterday to prohibit even further shredding of the reputation and credibility of the Democratic party’s far left wing ringside circus of hyprocrisy and laughably poor journalism. In fact, yesterday’s NWO “feast of lies” which spewed across the web, as over-reacting, ill-informed Big media portals jumped on the bandwagon to attack Sarah Palin‘s political target map, would not have taken place at all had more people known that the DNC has their own “target map” for political strategy.

As long as I can remember, in my 55 good years, politicians have ALWAYS used words like “target” “attack” “pinpoint” “crosshairs”  “shot him down” and so forth in their day to day vernacular, and have used a variety of other colorful slang terms and phrases as well, to describe the process of trying to get elected and stay in office. here are just a few of those phrases:

slinging mud

threw him /her under the bus

stomped on the reputation of

shredded the opponent’s argument

fired back at his / her opponnent

attack ads [ TV ]

fired away at her / his opponent

such and such was under fire today for

[ I could go on and on ]

Barack Obama to an audience in a recent speech: “If they bring a knife to the fight, we’ll bring a gun.”

The common day to day slang and typical “election year” vernacular of popular politics contains some graphic slang phrases and it always has, going as far back as the first presidential election ever held, I’m quite sure. It is a weak, puerile, and very desperate argument on the part of liberal TV pundits and left wing polticians to attempt to associate Sarah Palin’s rhetoric or her use of graphics as some inference that her language is in any way more violent than that which Nixon used, or Bush supporters, or the Clintons, or any other American politician at any time in US history. All it really reveals is the moral bankruptcy of the left wing of the DNC, the absolute desperation of left wing fake news outlets like MSNBC to get some sort of new angle they can use to try to tear down Sarah Palin and put a stop to her ascendancy as one of the most popular new faces in American politics.

Only someone with the mentality and education of a grade schooler would try to portray Sarah Palin’s use of crosshairs in a political conquest map as some sort of veiled insinuation that violence is being advocated. Check your political history books, check your pulse, your IQ monitor and your ability to think clearly and reason like grown men and women please: tha’ts my message to the left wing big media outlets who now have a healthy helping of egg on their faces all around.

Here they are:

1st image: Sarah Palin’s political strategy “crosshairs target” map,

2nd image DNC “bulls-eye” Target map:

Sarah Palin Weather Report: The Horse Race Has Changed: Can Sarah Still Win?

29 Nov

Updated January 20th 2011, Copyright 11.28.2010 By Chase Kyla Hunter, All Rights Reserved.

To read more essays I’ve written about Sarah Palin, click here.

Update Jan.20th 2011:

What a difference one month and a lunatic massacre makes. About one month ago I wrote this essay below which reflected on a December 2010 poll on Sarah Palin’s chances in 2012.

The December 28th 2010 WSJ poll showed Sarah Palin beating Barack Obama by a nose in 2012. The Obama White House media, popularly known as “MSNBC” has refuted this poll, claiming instead that Obama led Palin by a whopping 22% in December 2010. Lies, Lies, lies. Anymore one must read at least a dozen news stories then divide the opinions by 12 to get something that might possibly resemble the truth. I call this “media discernment math.”

Then came Loughner in the first week of 2011, right after the dead birds omen. Then came the left wing accusatory media melee which stooped so low as to associate Loughner’s motivations for the shooting with right wing political rhetoric, the kind of talk I have been hearing all my life since the advent of talk radio in the 1980s, the kind of speech that often comes from Fox News, and from Sarah Palin or Rush Limbaugh, or Michael Savage in today’s TV media: nothing more or less than political talk that we hear every day, and nothing different than the conservative talk radio speeches and opinions voiced daily since the mid 1980s.

Then came the out all public fist fight between the left and the right in America, hair flying, right in the middle of the agony and mourning for what lunatic Jared Loughner had done in Arizona. And finally, then came the bizarre Obama led “Memorial Service” with a completely inappropriate lead-off speech by a rambling Native American, an Arizona local, who talked about himself mostly. His eulogy had the air of being more appropriate as the welcome speech for a summer Pow Wow than any grieving commentary for 6 massacred murder victims. [ Put that egg down. I am Cherokee, I’m a public speaker, and I know a “self involved rant” when I hear one ].

Here are some new polls, articles showing the Sarah Palin Weather Report:

Palin Poll Numbers Get Even Worse [ Huff Post, to be expected ]

Huckabee, Palin Lead Pack for 2012, But Are They Even Running?

Palin Putting Out Feelers for 2012 Presidential Bid

POLL: Majority Says Palin Not Liable for Gifford’s Shooting, But Disliked Her Response

“Post Loughner” Palin Bashing Reaches New High, Unfavorable Rating Follows

Quote Daily Caller:

“Palin’s national favorability rating is at an anemic 35 percent, against 58 percent who disapprove of the possible GOP presidential candidate. In a match-up against Barack Obama, she trails the president by 17 points. “That’s the largest deficit we’ve found for her since May of 2009,” notes PPP’s Tom Jensen. “She started last week with an opportunity to make some head way. She ended it perhaps further away from the Presidency than she’s been since the day before John McCain picked her as his running mate.”

RE: Sarah Palins’ popularity: On December 28th of 2010 I wrote:

As the Sarah Palin haters rage on, foaming and ranting their fear and hatred of the woman’s basic fundamental goodness all over the web, the Wall Street Journal produced a Poll, imagining the 2012 presidential election were held today. The current results, which of course can change, and allowing for the usual 3% margin of error, put the proverbial 2012 presidential race between Obama and Palin practically neck and neck, with the Mama Grizzly inching out the Mack Daddy Long Legs by a spine shivering slim margin of about 4.5%.

In the current poll tally from about 9,400 voters Palin wins currently by 51.3% to 48.7% over Obama.

That fact should have the Palin haters gnashing their teeth and hurling their ipads and smartphones to the floor in rage. Poor far left techno-babies. That’s just enough of a worrisome win to be utterly undone by the possibility of sheer political human evil, should the vote fraud factor kick in, and we all find that the new Orwellian electronic voting machines get tinkered with again, mail in ballots don’t get counted, and all the other potential crookedness and crime that might possibly take place, in fact does take place in 2012.

This upcoming election in 2012 would be the horse race to end all races, politically speaking, if Sarah does choose to run. I would not put anything past the DNC in 2012 to keep the White House, what with it’s very public political bruised ego on display for all to see right now.

It’s enough to make a Palin supporter really wonder which way the wind will begin to blow politically for both Obama and Palin between now and next summer, when the election campaign machines  begin gearing up for  November 2012.

Here’s the link:

http://online.wsj.com/community/groups/election-day-684/topics/palin-obama-would-win-2012

Katie Couric’s Epic Fail: Promoting Human RFID Chipping to the Masses

13 Feb

More Proof the Mainstream Media Loathes Heartland America

02.12.2010 By Chase Hunter

The evidence is overwhelming that wt we used to call the mainstream media has now become the daily propaganda war room tool of new world order elites who use it to wage info-war on the American people. I see dozens of these reports daily, but here are just a few selected items of evidence in the daily info-wars:

Tracking Liberal Media Bias Since 1996
Friday February 12, 2010 @ 09:30 AM EST

1. Obama’s Disapproval Jumps, Couric Instead Stresses: ‘Most Think His Priority is Serving the People’
In a new CBS News/New York Times poll, President Barack Obama’s disapproval level jumped five points, to 45 percent since the last survey in mid-January, with approval now at just 46 percent, but Thursday’s CBS Evening News skipped that bad news for Obama and instead highlighted some better news for the President. Though 80 percent said “members of Congress more interested in serving special interest groups” than the American people, “the President gets better marks on that score,” Katie Couric touted, as “most think his priority is serving the people.” Reporter Nancy Cordes relayed how “only 29 percent think the GOP is trying to work with the President, while 62 percent think Mr. Obama is reaching across the aisle.”

2. MSNBC’s Ratigan: Tea Party Includes ‘Birthers,’ ‘Open Racists,’ and ‘Outright Nazis’
On Monday’s ‘The Dylan Ratigan Show’ on MSNBC, host Dylan Ratigan began the program by ranting: “The tea party has a bit of an integrity problem, as everybody from birthers, to open racists, to outright Nazis are actually on the team. And no one involved, including its leadership, seems to mind that fact.” To justify his outrageous smear of the political movement, Ratigan cited one woman who attended the weekend tea party convention in Nashville, Tennessee: “I just couldn’t sit down anymore and not do anything. Because it reminded me of what happened during the rein of Hitler.”

3. ABC Highlights Joe Biden to Deride ‘Out There’ Comments by Sarah Palin
Good Morning America’s Kate Snow on Thursday highlighted a clip of Joe Biden for a piece on Sarah Palin and her “out there” comments. The Vice President, who has made several verbal gaffes of his own, derided, “Some of the comments made are just so far, sort of, out there, I just don’t know where they come from.”

4. NYT’s John Broder Calls Climate Change Skeptics ‘Deniers,’ Some Are ‘Relatively Uninformed’
New York Times reporter John Broder talks about his front-page climate change story in a nytimes.com podcast: “Well, naturally the skeptics and those who are, you know, relatively uninformed about the climate debate will look out the window and see two or three feet of snow and more coming down, and ask themselves, ‘What’s with all the global warming?'” Broder also termed those who don’t believe that man is causing the planet to dangerously overheat “deniers” — a hostile term in the running debate.

More news stories about human RFID chipping and the

heinous plans of the Rockefeller family for humanity:

The RFID Battle: Frontlines

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