Thursday, January 21, 2010

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

BIG RANKINGS: JANUARY

Electability points

Romeny Palin Huckabee Pawlenty
Speechs 0 1 1 0
Interviews 2 0 1 1
Debates 1 1 1 2
Charisma 0 2 1 -1
Fans/Crowds 0 2 0 0
Conersvative Values 0 2 1 0
Fundraising 2 2 0 0
Experience 5 3 8 6

Total 10 13 13 8

Electability points + voter demographics

South West Midwest Northeast
Romeny (10) -5 +8 +1 +10
Palin (13) +4 +6 +4 -6
Huckabee (13) +10 -9 +3 -8
Pawlenty (8) -2 +1 +5 +2

Name recognition points

Palin +9
Huckabee +8
Romney +8
Pawlenty +1

Baggage (bad points)

Palin -2
Romney -2
Huckabee -2
Palwnety 0

Overall Minimum vote %

South West Midwest Northeast
Palin 24% 26% 24% 18%
Romeny 13% 24% 17% 26%
Huckabee 29% 10% 22% 11%
Pawlenty 7% 10% 14% 11%

Monday, January 18, 2010

New CBS poll shows Palin with 44% of the Republican Primary Vote

"44 percent of Republicans do want her to run, that’s … a fairly sizable chunk of primary voters, no? Virtually every primary poll taken thus far shows her, Huck, and Mitt bunched up in the low 20s, which means in all likelihood that the threshold for victory will be exceedingly low if the 2012 primaries have as many candidates running as the 2008 primaries did."

H/T HotAir.com

Sunday, January 17, 2010

The Best Cabinet

President of the United States: Sarah Palin
Vice President of the United States: David Petraeus
Department of State: Liz Cheney
Department of the Treasury: Mitt Romney
Department of Defense: Robert Gates
Department of Justice: Chris Cristie
Department of the Interior: Bobby Jindal
Department of Agriculture: Charles Grassly
Department of Commerce: Mike Huckabee
Department of Labor: Tim Pawlenty
Department of Health and Human Services: Rand Paul
Department of Housing and Urban Development: Eric Cantor
Department of Transportation: Bob Mcdonnell
Department of Energy: Don Young
Department of Education: Jeb Bush
Department of Veterans Affairs: Scott Brown
Department of Homeland Security: Rudy Giuliani
White House Chief of Staff: Newt Gingrich
Environmental Protection Agency: Lisa Murkouski
Office of Management & Budget: Jim DeMint
United States Trade Representative: Michelle Bachman
United States Ambassador to the United Nations: John Bolton
Council of Economic Advisers: Ron Paul