Thursday, April 07, 2011

Is the media trying to pick Donald Trump to be their anti Palin and Mc Cain candidate for 2012?

I've been around the block a few times in my life, so it's hard to pull the wool over my eyes. I know how the media operates. I know they are mostly liberals to their core with a few microscopic exceptions. Back in 2008, I watched back in early 2008 as the media started writing positive story after positive story about John McCain as a Presidential candidate during the Republican primaries. McCain has never been a conservative. If anything, he has always been the liberal's best friend in congress. He was the one who always shanked his party in the back in order to always try and get along with Democrats across the aisle. The New York Times even endorsed McCain in the Republican primaries. The reason why the media backed McCain in the Republican Primaries wasn't because, they wanted McCain to become president. They did so for the expressed purpose of helping to pick a Republican candidate they knew would demoralize the conservative base thus making it that much easier for the Democratic candidate to win in the General Election. I said last year to wait and see what Republican prospect candidate the media would again start to write positive stories on. It looks like the media has found it's "stooge" I meant candidate. Mr. Trump, please step forward. A year ago, Donald Trump wasn't even on the long list of potential candidates for 2012, now his name is all anyone hears. The positive press on Trump has been almost on the same level as with Obama . The NBC News, Wall Street Journal Poll "which is a joke" claims that Trump is now in second place among likely Republican voters just behind Romney. So I guess we are to believe that Trump has support among Tea Party activists and conservative Republican voters? Oh really, I talk to many Tea Party folks, and Trump's name isn't the one that rolls of their tongues. I hear the names of Palin, Gingrich and Bauchman but not Trump. So I'm very skeptical of this poll and polls that echos the same thing. I have a good memory. I can bring up facts about an issue, when most people have long forgotten about it. I remember the media claiming that Sarah Palin's presidential chances would be greatly diminished, because she did her reality television show "Sarah Palin's Alaska". Now isn't "The Donald" known for starring in his own reality show that has been on the air for over six seasons known as The Apprentice?

Donald Trump is ten times the celebrity figure Palin could ever be, but there isn't any stories out there claiming that Trump's television celebrity status would be a problem for him. I know what's really at play with the media's sudden love affair with Trump. The media is trying to pick their "anti Palin" candidate. Trump isn't the only one they are filtering with. I've also noticed the press claiming that Michelle Bachmann is somehow the "real Sarah Palin". Before Bachman entertained the thought of running for president, the media branned her as a far right wing nut, but now she is seen as "more presidential" then Palin? As anyone can clearly see, Trump & Bachmann are being used as pawns in an attempt to try and overshadow and kill a potential run by Sarah Palin. Sad to say it, but some on the conservative side will buy into the media's plan. Don't misunderstand me, I like both Trump and Bachman, but I'm no fool either. As of right now, nobody has officially announced their candidacy for the Republican nomination. So any polls right now are purely speculative. Just keep reading their so called polls and reading the media's stories on Bachmann and Trump. If they keep bringing up Sarah Palin's name in their stories, you'll know I'm right. Oh yeah, I forgot to mention this. Trump also was a fan of Nancy Pelosi becoming Speaker of the House back in 2006. He wanted her to do well and said "she was the best". Know who the media is pushing.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wonder if Palin's declining poll
numbers and support are do to the following.

1. Palin peaked too early. She peaked at the 2010 midterms and now Palin fatigue set in.

2. The Giffords/Tuscon tragedy was too much to overcome. The media delivered a politcal "kill shot".

3. Palin was blacklisted by the beltway GOP. DC politicians, talk radio hosts, journalists and pundits were told to support Bachmann.

4. Someone found dirt on Palin and is holding it against her.

2:01 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

I don't believe she really peaked. She's still the number one choice in the latest Fox News Poll. Also, she has yet to announce one way or the other what her plans are. No matter what the media says or what other potential candidates do, they all know that their actions are still going to be directly in response to what Palin decides to do. This is why nobody has yet to announce their candidacy with the Iowa Caucus less then 10 month away. If the media had something on Palin that is truly worth something, they would have been released it. I seriously doubt they have a smoking bullet on her just waiting to release it.

11:52 AM  

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