Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Historic Palin-Obama Conest Coming?

Is this the woman that will derail Obama's effort to be a two-term President? One hopes so.

This particular blog came to an end after the election of Nov. 4, 2008, but I now am blogging regularly at two sites: http://draftpalin2012.blogspot.com/ and http://stevemaloneygop.blogspot.com/.

Until Jan. 20, 2009 (Inauguration Day, I'll be cross-posting pieces at those two sites. Beginning with the presidency of President Barack Hussein Obama the columns on stevemaloneygop will deal with the Obama Administration. There will be approximately four columns per week, sometime more.

On the DraftPalin2012, I will be writing approximately five-six times per week. Almost all the columns will deal with Gov. Sarah Palin and her historic candidacy for the U.S. presidency. Yes, as the saying goes, "She's in it to win it."

I hope you'll all visit both sites regularly. Thanks for stopping by!

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Sarah Palin, Piper Flying High

NOTE: THIS WILL BE THE LAST COLUMN ON THIS BLOG, AND I WANT TO THANKS THE TENS OF THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE WHO VISITED. My continuing blogs are the following: http://draftpalin2012.blogspot.com and http://stevemaloneygop.blogspot.com. I urge you to visit and bookmark both. My main effort over the next four years will be to assist in the election of Gov. Palin in 2012 as POTUS.

Piper Palin, just like her mom, is flying high . . .

The following blog article on Sarah Palin and the Our Country Deserves Better PAC is from the New York Times. You can visit my regular Palin blog by clicking here.

November 11, 2008, 5:49 pm — Updated: 12:45 pm -->Palin’s Appeal Proves DurableBy Sarah Wheaton

As she seeks to recover politically from her failed election bid on Senator John McCain’s ticket, the big question for Gov. Sarah Palin has been whether her backers would remain enthusiastic over the long run.

As it turns out, over the past few days, about 1,000 people have donated tens of thousands of dollars to Our Country Deserves Better, a political action committee that is planning a pro-Palin advertisement later this month.

“We thought it would be appropriate to have the thank-you ad run around Thanksgiving,” said Joe Wiezbicki, the PAC’s coordinator. The group expects to shoot on Monday and raise “a couple hundred thousand dollars” to buy airtime nationally.

Our Country Deserves Better, based in Sacramento, was founded during the campaign to draw contrasts between Senator Barack Obama and John McCain, holding a cross-country, 40-stop tour and even running a pro-Palin commercial. Ms. Palin’s nomination brought praise from conservatives, and she drew large, enthusiastic crowds.

But now, Mr. Wierzbicki said, there has been “an absence of a pro-Palin cohort.”

“This woman’s reputation is going to be so damaged that she can never be a national political figure,” he added. So the goal of the ad is to “preserve her options.”

Mr. Wierzbicki said he was “surprised” by the response so far, which he called a “testament to her”, given typical post-election fatigue, especially on the losing side.

“I don’t think we would’ve seen the same level of response” if the planned spot were to defend Mr. McCain, he said.

NOTE: You can contribute to the Our Country Deserves Better PAC by clicking HERE.

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Getting Palin in White House

Hi all, this blog will come to a "natural death" (i.e., this year's election is over) by the end of this week. My main efforts from now on will focus on ensuring that Gov. Sarah Palin is the victorious GOP candidate in the 2012 election. It won't be easy. It will be doable

I urge you to visit my new blog at: http://draftpalin2012.blogspot.com/. It's one of many sites -- already in the hundreds and soon in the thousands -- focused on supporting Gov. Palin's bid to become POTUS. Visit DraftPalin2012 to find out what you can do to help.

I'll also continue posting at my other main site: http://stevemaloneygop.blogspot.com/. I appreciate the tremendous support

Monday, November 3, 2008

Remarkable Palin Photos: Todd, Sarah

I hope you'll go to my brand-new blog and see some superb photos of Todd and Sarah Palin. Tomorrow mornin (Tuesday), I'll be writing about Pennsylvania and why I believe McCain-Palin will win the state in a very close race. Above are some samples of the photos you'll see at http://draftpalin2012.blogspot.com/.

Sunday, November 2, 2008

McCain Can Win PA, Election

Sarah Palin: Is this the face of America's next Vice President? (Note: Please visit -- and bookmark -- my new site by clicking on the following: http://draftpalin2012.blogspot.com/.)

I expect Barack Obama to win the popular vote by perhaps three million ballots. However, that doesn't mean John McCain has no chance to win the presidency. How could that happen? (Obama apparently will win California by two million votes; he will win NY by almost one million. That will make the rest of the country roughly even. McCain is not competing in CA or NY.)

To emerge with a victory on Nov. 4, McCain needs to win Ohio, FL, PA, NC, and VA. Other than that, we're in great shape. :-)

However, we have a chance of winning those six states. If we lose one, I prefer it to be VA. McCain has a narrow window, but narrow is better than a brick wall. If McCain pulls off a big upset in a state, please God, let it be CO!

Critical point: If you hear a lot Tuesday night about the "Wilder Effect," you are allowed to cheer and have a couple of drinks. That refers to the time when Doug Wilder, of some African-American descent, was ahead in the polls by 9 points for Gov. of VA. In fact, he ended up winning by just under ONE percent. People fib to pollsters for much the same reason they hang up on telemarketers.

I have a hunch Obama will get about 3-4% fewer votes (and McCain about 2-3% more) in battleground states than the polls suggest. If that doesn't happen, the Obaminable One probably wins. :-

When I need sources of optimism, I look back to the Dem. Primaries, where Obama was supposed to win NH big (and he lost rather badly) and come close in PA (where he lost b y almost 10 points). Must have been "the Wilder Effect," right?

Friday, October 31, 2008

Sarah Palin for President, 2012

In about a week, this election-specific blog basically will cease to exist . . . in that there will be no more posts. John McCain will either have won Pennsylvania (and the presidency), or he won't. In addition, my hillarysupportersformccain site will also cease to exist. I will be blogging basically at two sites: http://stevemaloneygop.blogspot.com and http://draftpalin2012.blogspot.com. I urge you to visit both sites and bookmark them. I also ask you, if you're a blogger, to join the ReadMyLipstickNetwork, which I've also done. The purpose of that network -- and the purpose of my blogs -- will be to ensure that Gov. Palin occupies the White House as soon as 2012. For that to happen, we're going to need a million-plus activists and organizers, and I certainly hope you're one of them.

I'll have some other activities, which you'll hear about soon. I very much appreciate the tens of thousands of people who've visited this blog. I especially appreciate the millions of Americans who are going to cast their ballots for John McCain and Sarah Palin.

In the meantime, please contact friends, neighbors, and family members to ask them to vote for John and Sarah, two outstanding Americans.

Thursday, October 30, 2008

Palin-Hasselbeck Team Campaign Together

Elizabeth Hasselbeck from "The View" joins Sarah Palin on the campaign trail. (Return tomorrow a.m. for important predictions on the election. Please scroll down one column to participate in an important psych0/political test from NYU.)