Mark Sanford in 2012

Author: Rory B. Bellows

The jockeying for the 2012 GOP nomination is going to start very quickly.  The choices will range from strong- Sarah Palin- to avergare- Bobby Jindal- to weak- Mike Huckabe and Mitt Romney. We would like to offer an official endorsement for the candidacy of South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford.  The GOP needs to get back to what got it to the top of the mountain: Individual freedom and limited government.  No current Republican better articulates this than Governor Sanford. 

Last week Governor Sanford testified in frnt of congress with New York Governor David Patterson on the supposed need for a second government stimulus package.  This one would print up a bunch of money to alledgely create jobs by “reinvesting” in infrastructure.  While Paterson was pan hadling for money, Governor Sanford said the following:

“If we simply add more money at this time and in essence bail out what are in some cases unsustainable programs, I think that we end up with real problems down the road

We couldn’t have said it better ourselves.

Mark Sanford in 2012.

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2 Responses to “Mark Sanford in 2012”


  1. 1 Max Killinger November 6, 2008 at 4:25 pm

    Mark Sanford / Tommy Thompson 2012!

  2. 2 bfree November 6, 2008 at 9:48 pm

    I think Condi is definitely our best choice. However, I’m not sure she would run. Jindal would be a great president but he doesn’t quite have the strength and charisma…too contrived, too robotic. Palin is a superstar, because of her looks. She has accomplished great things but she doesn’t have the depth people are looking for in a President.

    I like Sanford quite a bit. Let’s take our time and back three or four good candidates and see where that gets us.


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