Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Palin Has Effectively Declared Her Candidacy Tonight.Her Supporters Can Make It Happen By Strategic Voting.



 


Eric Bolling Tweeted his guest on his final show tonight would be Sarah Palin who would, in her fifteen minute segment make a "game changer" announcement. 


An announcement of that significance would be expected to be whether an endorsement of a candidate for a particular primary, a formal endorsement of a candidate for the nomination, a statement that she will not endorse anyone or, as I suspect, something relating to her own position.


It turned out to be the latter.Her statement (below) could well mean that if there were a brokered convention in Tampa and her name was put in nomination, would she accept that happening and, if nominated would run of course.


 Palin making that statement has, in effect,  declared her potential candidacy as an alternative to the current candidates and that is indeed a "game changer."


What that would indicate to supporters of Palin is that they should, from now on, vote in the primary for which ever candidate will keep Romney from gaining a majority  of delegates so there is a brokered convention. 


For example, the should vote for Santorum in Michigan, Gingrich in Indiana and Georgia, and Ron Paul in Virginia.


If over time one of the three non-Romney's starting looking like they might gain the majority then a strategic vote for Romney where required would be in order. 


If this partial transcript is the sum of the "Game Changer" announcement then in effect,since she did not rule out being available for a draft,she has indeed ruled herself in."I would do whatever I could to help is of course ambivalent, but again, it is not a Shermanesque "No"



"I mean nobody is quite there yet. So I think that months from now, if that's the case, then, you know, all bets are off as to who it will be willing to offer themselves up in the name of service to their country. I would -- I would do whatever I could to help"
You can read more here on the Time website.    



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