Bristol Palin finished a distant third in the just ended DWTS contest that saw Jennifer Grey and her partner win the mirror ball. This contest saw big surprises, disappointments and enduring performances by participants, especially Jennifer who has a neck and knee injury.
In many ways these results depict the results of 2012 presidential run with Sarah Palin being one of the candidates. Like Bristol, Sarah Palin has a faithful block of voters who, no matter what, would maintain their loyalty to her. She will continue to do her runs across the country, promoting her book, ‘America by Heart’ and her TV reality show. She will also keep delivering speeches from state to state, that do more of the criticism of the government. Just like Bristol, who did her runs displaying disappointing performances, her popularity will continue to grow, and she will increase in power, to a point that she will more than likely throw the whole race into confusion. The knock off, of Brandy at the semifinals, symbolizes the sidelining of the GOP establishment once she clinches the presidential nomination, and to be more specific, Mr. John Boehner or Governor Jindal, or Mitt Romney, for they will appear insignificant to her. This will be a result of her seemingly powerful nature, that she will view herself as a god over America
In the same manner, as of DWTS, the results of the election will throw her a distant third, assuming the second place will be held by an independent candidate running for presidency. Jennifer’s injury symbolize the shellacking the democrats suffered during the 2010 midterm elections, but with determination and focus towards the vision for the country, President Obama is paused to win the elections. Through his injuries, he will be forced to strategize his position, and put on a brave look, and vigorously keep the successes of his administration visible to the voters. Yes he has two years to do just that, and the advantage he has is that, the time of tough unpopular decision making is almost over. The two years will provide him with the opportunity to build on his successes, and ensure the results are not just felt at wall-street but at the main street. He has to ensure that the passage of health care was good for the country, and every American stands to gain from it. His biggest challenge is to ensure job creation becomes more real than just a political issue of campaign. With determination and endurance through the GOP controlled house, President Obama will eventually emerge the favorite among voters and irrespective of the huge voting block Sarah Palin commands, he will clinch the presidency for the second term. Sarah Palin will then end her short term power and retreat back to Alaska, where she will disappear from the limelight.