A Republican Can Easily Beat Obama in 2012

A Republican can win the 2012 presidential election easily. Yet we keep hearing here and there that the Republican presidential field is “weak”. But it is Obama himself who is truly weak.


Donald Trump can easily beat Obama if he can get the nomination. He could debate Obama off the stage. We have Rudy Giuliani who “saved” liberal New York City from itself. He could do the same for the whole country. Mitt Romney has more economic brains in his little finger than Obama has in his head. Sarah Palin could out-debate Obama any day of the week.


Meanwhile we hear this drumbeat that Obama is formidable, an image created by the same media that hate Republicans. Yet many of the same media said that Ronald Reagan was just a dumb actor, and too old when he challenged Jimmy Carter…


Don’t believe this pro-Obama propaganda. The Democrats are scared stiff.


But we also have the specter of the GOP nominating someone like Mike Huckabee, who is nothing but a liberal wolf in Republican clothing. Beware of Huckabee. He is one Republican who can never be elected president.


Indeed there are real dangers. After all, look at who we got in 2008. And now McCain is saying that Obama has become more “centrist” and is easier to work with. Which is why McCain is not president today. Because he is ignorant and has spent his whole adult life playing juvenile political games.


Look at Obama’s poll numbers. They are mostly in the 40s on his job approval and somewhat higher on his personal approval. Yet the November 2010 election showed that the voters really don’t like Obama or his party at all, and that his real approval is much lower than the polls suggest.


And consider the reverse – that Republican president George HW Bush had 90% approval at this point in his first term in 1991 after the success of the Desert Storm war yet he lost the election 20 months later. Meanwhile some Republicans are saying warily today that Obama is a formidable candidate. Theseare the defeatist, bureaucratic Republicans like McCain who lose elections they could easily win. Because McCain could have beaten Obama in 2008 – if he had tried to.


Even Obama’s weak poll numbers, which would be considered by any neutral observer as a historical omen for Obama’s re-election, come only after endless media cheerleading for Obama. If the Media Left were not propping up Obama every single day in every single sentence, his approval numbers would be in the 20s, the type of low approval that actually was reflected in the November 2010 election results. Because there are two realities in America – Media Reality and Main Street Reality. And there are tens of millions more angry people on Main Street than the media elites would like to think.


Here’s an example of the hard truth: The White House has only received 68 applications from high schools across America for Obama to speak at commencement. That number was more than 1,000 last year.


The Republicans need to come out and say every single day: “Obama is a weak candidate and we are going to beat him…” A Republican should declare his candidacy today and start campaigning forcefully for 2012 in every state.


If the GOP can get a candidate who is willing to boldly point out how weak Obama is personally, ideologically and politically and not be afraid of Obama’s blackness as McCain was, Republicans will win. Period. End of story. The most outspoken Republican today is Donald Trump whom Nikitas3.com has predicted will be the next president of the United States.


All trends favor Republicans in 2012 – census trends, the momentum coming out of the November 2010 results, increasing voter perception of the country going in the ‘wrong direction’, the Wisconsin result, the low opinion of Obama and his health plan etc. Everything points to a GOP victory except for certain Republican bigwigs themselves. The disastrous tenure of former Republican National Committee chairman Michael Steele is a pristine example of how bad this party can get.


Rollcall.com reported recently that Democrats are worried about Obama:


‘On the same day that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid  (D-Nev.) was taking steps to jump-start bipartisan talks to avert a government shutdown, President Barack Obama was in Florida trying to jump-start something else: his 2012 re-election campaign.


While there may be 609 days to go until the presidential election, Obama has already begun reverting to campaign mode — and some Democrats are starting to worry that their most important ally won’t be there when they need him the most on Capitol Hill.’ (end of excerpt)


In other words, the Democrats are actually more worried about Obama than the Republicans are. So the  Republicans should take advantage and hammer Obama every minute of every day like the Media Left does to conservatives. Because that type of every-day criticism is the only way for Republicans to fight through the Media Left’s pro-Obama smokescreen.


Now look at this recently report from thehill.com:


‘A group of Democrats complain Styrofoam cups in the House cafeteria could contain carcinogens. 


In a letter to Speaker John Boehner (Ohio) and other Republican leaders, the nine Democrats say the Styrofoam cups and other dining materials could hold chemical components that could cause cancer. The Democrats are upset with the switch to Styrofoam from recyclable materials put into place when Democrats ran the House.’ (end of excerpt)


Why is this little story important?


Because this is the kind of stupidity and irrationality that Americans are fed up with in the Democrat party. It will not be difficult to beat the Democrats at the polls. Republicans just need to get a spine. And a brain.


Please visit my website at www.nikitas3.com for more. You can read excerpts from my book, Right Is Right, which explains why only conservatism can maintain our freedom and prosperity.