In opening his show, Mr. L referenced former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin’s Tweet and Facebook Status about the Senate’s “debate” of the latest gun control bill, which she said should be filibustered and defeated. He spoke about her most recent trip to Arizona to Strikeout Child Abuse and how she mingled with the crowd and with young people. “I love this lady,” Mr. L said twice. “I could sit and watch her work a crowd of people all day long. This woman knows retail politics. It’s instinct for her.”
He said the usual “do you have plans for 2016″ questions are ridiculous with the Presidential campaign season more than two years away, when our future – and if we’ll even be here – is a question mark. “Yeah like Sarah Palin’s going to tell her anyway.”
He said Clinton sees the prospect of being in Iowa in 100-degree heat handing out corn dogs and fried butter as “being beneath her.” Bush is not much better. The Ruling Class candidates appear to want their nominations to be coronations rather than having to earn the electorate’s vote. Mr. L also noted that any time operatives from either party discuss the field of candidates, they’re always unnamed or anonymous. Of Clinton, he noted that these operatives are publicizing that Hillary Clinton will need $100 million to “clear the field.” Romney, “who looked good in a suit, spoke in calm tones and said nothing” also raised over $100 million to clear the Republican field.
Mr. L lauded Gov. Palin’s decision to not run in 2012 as being “the wisest decision she made in her entire political career, because I certainly wouldn’t want to get into a race that the skids were greased for a certain candidate, and that any money I raised and any energy or effort that I put into it wasn’t going to matter, because it was all fixed.” He said Romney “raised $100 million simply to destroy people on the Republican side and set up people who were stalking horses for him.”
He predicted Hillary Clinton would be given the nomination in precisely the same way Romney got his, “because it’s ‘owed’ to her. Why do they even have nominations on the Democrat side? Why don’t they just do coronations?” Harkening back to Romney’s $100 million, it bought him nothing in the end, because he lost. “Money isn’t always the solution,” Mr. L. said. “I wonder if John Babylon Avlon will be as worried about Ready for Hillary PAC as he is about SarahPAC is spending its money.”
Mr. L said both the Democrats and Republicans can only offer the same Ruling Class dynastic candidates: Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush. Clinton, of course is merely a continuation of both her husband and Obama – and “belongs in an orange jumpsuit for her role in Benghazi”; while Bush – who proudly said he “used to be conservative” – continues the George H.W. and George W. Bush dynasty. He said neither constitute a legitimate choice.
“The grassroots conservatives – the country class – need a leader to rally around, like they did in the 1980s with Reagan.” Only former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin is a true Reagan conservative, adhering to the core principles of the three-legged stool: social and fiscal conservatism, and national defense. He said a Palin run would represent the Country Class vs. the Ruling Class. He also said none of the establishment candidates would cut it against Hillary Clinton who would easily defeat any of them to include some of the faddish darlings such as Marco Rubio and Rand Paul. “She would chew them up and spit them out.” Mr. L said a showdown between Gov. Palin and Clinton is needed because the contrast could not be clearer or starker. He said two women fighting it out for a Presidential race would capture the nation’s interest. He said a Palin-Clinton showdown would “get rid of the bad blood” in both parties. He said we need to have these showdowns periodically.
He said Gov. Palin would easily defeat Jeb Bush in a primary, because he is out-of-touch and knows nothing about conservative principles. Clinton would be little more than a failed Obama third term. “I think America is ready for an all-female showdown” and cited pop culture which loves conflicts between women. He said “running an old RINO white man would be the final nail in the Republican Party’s coffin.” He said Gov. Palin “has a wealth of experience, character, integrity, and far more than any of these Ruling Class sellouts have.” Gov. Palin will be 52 in 2016; the late Margaret Thatcher was 54 when she became England’s Prime Minister. “That’s why I say the Sarah Palin grassroots versus the Bush/Clinton Ruling Class dynasty: the showdown needs to happen. It needs to happen to get rid of the bad blood.
Mr. L in his synopsis wrote:
Gov. Sarah Palin joins Gov. Jan Brewer in a walk to fight child abuse in Arizona and some dizty twit reporter asks her what her plans are for 2016. Is it too far out to be discussing 2016? Democrat insiders believe that in order for Clinton to follow the Romney recipe for winning the Democrat nomination, she will need $100 million to “clear the field.” Likely candidates will end up being either Jeb Bush, Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton—all card carrying members of the ruling class. For grassroots conservatives of the country class, those are not choices. Why I believe a showdown between Sarah Palin vs. Bush/Clinton must happen in 2016 in order to get rid of the bad blood.