The Republican establishment is worried sick about Sarah Palin, and working hard to exterminate her in their bid for presidency in 2012. Little was she known, until recently when the presidential hopeful John McCain picked her up as his running mate in his bid for presidency, in 2008 against president Barrack Obama. Allow me to call their relationship, a ‘political marriage’ that gave her much desired national and international political limelight to stage her offense against the republican establishment. After a lot of ground work, she gave birth to sons and daughters who courageously challenged the establishment and won mightily in the midterm elections.
To John Boehner, Sarah Palin is like a monster in law, who is about to unravel his secret dirty deals. “Establishment bosses and advisers that try to shape a candidate and get paid to shape that candidate,” Palin said. “It’s very sleazy.” If she is right about the workings of the establishment, then John has every right to catch a cold when she speaks. He has a right to do all he can to silence the monster to keep his public image clean, something he has not been able to, or seems defeated. Poised to be the next speaker of the house, John finds himself in a very challenging situation. Will he incorporate the sons and daughters of his monster in law, or will he follow the will of the establishment. The blame game seems to be the first tactic against the monster in law; “she is the reason for our lackluster performance in the senate, in the just ended midterm elections.” they claimed.
As much as the establishment is out to get Palin, She has strong supporters, such as Mitt Romney. The Palinisters base has really grown, and is a strong defense against the attacks of the establishment, and its supporters. As much as she has not indicated her intentions to run for presidency in 2012, her influence in the election will triple, and if the status remains, will throw the establishment into shambles, especially if they retain their same old policies.