I am not talking just about Democrats either who obviously have despised mama grizzly for a very long time. I am talking about independents and Republicans who seem to also have grown tired of the former Alaska governor. It almost seems wrong to call her former governor since she was only in office around 2 1/2 years. (December 4, 2006 – July 26, 2009)
In the latest NBC/Wall Street Journal/Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania survey indicates that 54% of voters say they’ve heard enough from Palin and would prefer that the former Alaska governor and 2008 Republican vice presidential candidate be less outspoken in political discourse. That includes nearly two-thirds of Democrats, a majority of independents, and nearly four in 10 Republicans.
Sarah apparently has been feeling ignored recently so called for the impeachment of Obama. With Obama’s poll numbers the way they are I am betting he prays they try that since Clinton’s popularity skyrocketed after they tried that with him. An impeachment would be a godsend to Obama at this particular point in time to take the heat off of him.
Even grumpy old McCain who seems to be confused half the time these days seems to understand how ridiculous it is to call for an impeachment. Too bad he didn’t have better judgement when selecting his running mate or he might have had a far better chance at winning.
In that same poll cited above good ole Newt fared just about in the same range. The poll indicates that 43% said they’ve heard enough from former House speaker and 2012 GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich. Ever notice how Newt always manages to somehow bring up his glory days as house speaker regardless of the subject matter or even if he is interviewing someone else on the show Crossfire? Sort of reminds me of Giuliani Syndrome with 9/11.