Palin Isn't Future of GOP, Republican Says

fruit loop

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Well, this guy's an idiot if he thinks MEGHAN MCCAIN is the future......


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I don't think Palin is the future of the GOP, Republican says
Posted: 01:34 PM ET

From CNN Associate Producer Martina Stewart


WASHINGTON (CNN) – Prominent Republican Bill Bennett took issue Sunday with what he called the “media’s focus” on Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin.

Asked about the Republican Party’s increasingly public struggle to define itself and identify new leaders after eight years of the George W. Bush administration, Bennett said the press should be less myopic in its coverage of the GOP.

“One of the things the media could do – some of the media – is to move the debate off Sarah Palin and Rush Limbaugh,” Bennett, a CNN Contributor, said on State of the Union. “This is probably not the future of the Republican Party,” added Bennett.

“You don’t think Gov. Palin’s the future of the Republican Party?” queried CNN Chief National Correspondent John King.

“I do not,” said Bennett. “It could talk about a Paul Ryan or a Mike Pence. It could talk about a Bobby Jindal. It could talk even about a John Kyl or a David Petraeus. You know, there’s a lot of talent in this party.”

Democratic strategist Donna Brazile has her own ideas about who the GOP might look to, to help find its way out of the political wilderness.

“They’re having an internal discussion about what kind of a party would it like to be in the 21st century,” Brazile told King.

“I ran into Meghan McCain last night. And I have to tell you, Bill, she’s refreshing, she’s honest and she’s a face that could really help them galvanize young people and independents.”

The young McCain also had kind words for the Democratic strategist and former campaign manager for Al Gore.

Brazile “said she would kick some *ss for me if anyone attacks my weight again,” Meghan McCain tweeted Saturday night while attending the White House Correspondents’ Dinner in Washington. “Who doesn't love her?,” the daughter of Arizona Sen. John McCain rhetorically asked the Twitterverse.
 

seven.sixtwo

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Palin won't be if she keeps pal'n around with those RINO's.

The GOP has no future with the likes of that democrat wannabe's
 

FarmerJohn

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General Petraeus is on the outs with many Republicans since he endorsed negotiation as a strategy to turn enemies into allies. Too Obamaesque for the GOP.

FJ
 

NC Susan

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Palin is Conservative, Christian, ProLife, and comes with integrity, honor, and character.

Yes, SHE is exactly what most Reagan Republicans want!

Stay away from the RINOs and the MetroSexuals
 
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