Day By Day January 30, 2012 – Rino Call

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Day By Day by Chris Muir

I see MSLSD (MSNBC) is now hawking the HBO Film, “Game Change” which trashes Sarah Palin. Steve Schmidt has a prime starring role in the film.

Let me say, that political consultants have driven the “interview” for the Presidency into one of the nastiest, profane professions. The race for 2012 is no longer convincing Americans to vote for you, but rather trashing all of your opponents to the most extreme degree.

I won’t be enjoying “Game Change.”

Steve Schmidt Vs. Sarah Palin – Going Rogue Continues

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A snippet for this Sunday’s 60 Minutes interview of Steve Schmidt

Certainly, there is no love lost between Sarah Palin and her former campaign consultant Steve Schmidt. Sarah slapped Schmidt in her book, Going Rogue, and Schmidt is doing his own rogue this Sunday on 60 Minutes.

I think I will be watching CBS this Sunday.


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Is Sarah Palin A Catastrophy for the GOP in 2012?

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Sarah Palin’s new book will be released November 17, 2009

I don’t know if Steve Schmidt is a “SECRET” shill for Palin, trying to hype her new book, “Going Rogue” or whether he is just a news hound.

If Sarah Palin is her party’s nominee for president in 2012 it will be a “catastrophic election” for the GOP, Sen. John McCain’s 2008 campaign manager predicted on Friday.

Longtime GOP strategist Steve Schmidt — who ran McCain’s campaign and played a role in picking Palin as the senator’s running mate — offered a scathing assessment of the former Alaska governor’s political trajectory.

“I think that she has talent,” Schmidt said, “but my honest view is that she would not be a winning candidate for the Republican Party in 2012.”

“She is someone who has a passionate base that constitutes millions of Americans,” Schmidt said. “But in the year since the election has ended, she has done nothing to expand her appeal beyond that base into the middle of the electorate where elections are decided.”

Most of the GOP already understands that Sarah Palin is a conservative leader who is in the arena for the long term. Now, whether Palin will seek or will receive the GOP Presidential nomination in 2012 is pure speculation.

Sarah’s polling numbers of favorable vs. unfavorable and in potential match-ups with Romney, Huckabee and Pawlenty are mixed at best. She understands her political rehabilitation after the most relentless personal attacks in political history will take some time.

However, the GOP REALLY doesn’t need Steve Schmidt to constantly harp on the anti-Palin theme.


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