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Do you think Sarah Palin has a chance in 2012 to beat Obama if she wins?
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Do you think Sarah Palin has a chance in 2012 to beat Obama if she wins?

If she wins, then yes.
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If she wins, then yes.

I think he means if she wins the nomination.
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I think he means if she wins the nomination.

that is correct if she wins the nomination.
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since the dems are trying to choose the republican candidate, and pick the loser to obama
they should embrace palin since from their perspective she doesn't have a chance against the
intellectual stammer of the great obama, it will be a cake walk for obama and his team

they should all support her candidacy and forget the others--easy win

just like was done in ny lets get a distraction confuse the people and

win win win

palin should be obama's choice, that would be a killer strategy
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I think she'd be the boost those late night talk show hosts are praying for.
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No - I do not think that Sarah Palin has a chance. The only two people that have a chance are Mitt Romney and Jon Huntsman, and even they are pretty slim bets.

Intrade has Sarah with an 8.1% chance to win the Republican nomination right now.

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Nope.
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Its strange that they have Pawlenty so high, after his pardon of Jeremy Geifer.
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(1) Sarah Palin's visibility lies more on her looks, than political aptitude.

(2) Sarah Palin has plenty of baggage that the democrats could, in theory, seize upon..... that is if they could grow a freaking spine, and learn and utilize the hardball techniques at which the Republicans excel.

Therefore, Palin has a chance of winning both the GOP nomination, and possibly even the 2012 election.
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I like Palin because I am hot for Tina Fey.
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No - I do not think that Sarah Palin has a chance. The only two people that have a chance are Mitt Romney and Jon Huntsman, and even they are pretty slim bets.

Intrade has Sarah with an 8.1% chance to win the Republican nomination right now.

http://www.intrade.com/v4/markets/?eventId=84328

She is a loser with the 2012 nomination you are correct
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