ROAR in 2012 Slogan on T-Shirts Presages Campaign for Paul Ryan Or/And Marco Rubio for President Or/And Vice-President in 2012 for Obama Ousted in 2012.·
Wrenn, Editor, PoliSat.Com , PoliticalXray.Com .
August 21, 2011--
Seismic political shocks may be presaging a political earthquake, the sound of which may be "ROAR in 2012." What does "ROAR" mean? It means Ryan Or/And Rubio in 2012 OR Rubio Or/And Ryan in 2012. What are the causes of these pre-quake seismic shocks? Growing excitement over the possibilities that Paul Ryan and/or Marco Rubio may be re-thinking their previously expressed positions that they would not accept nominations to run for President in 2012. Young women with strong limited-government views favoring fiscal conservatism and strong-foreign-policy conservatism but having less enthusiasm for religious conservatism on the issue of abortion are on the verge of making a clean breast of their preference for the type of conservativism championed by Ronald Reagan (limited government, strong foreign policy and non-absolutist views on religious conservatism --i.e., viewing rape and incest as well as life of the mother as exceptions to the positions asserted by anti-abortion absolutists). Such young women (and their male counterparts) favoring a strong-foreign-policy form of libertarianism are uncomfortable with the essentially theologically-based views of candidates opposing abortion even in cases of rape or incest, which views were recently expressed in the debate at Ames, Iowa by Michelle Bachmann, Rick Santorum, and Tim Pawlenty.
Also poised to begin appearing at rallies everywhere is the slogan "OUSTED in 2012" given the symbolism of the icon forming the first letter in the word "OUSTED." That's because the increasingly libertarian/limited-government but strong-foreign-policy views are becoming predominate among the under-40 voters, many of whom swooned for Obama in 2008.
Indeed, 2012 is shaping up to be a "watershed" year in which large numbers of under-40 voters express their "buyer's remorse" in November, 2012, for having voted for Barack Obama in 2012. Note: The Washington Bureau Drawer Chief for PoliticalXray.Com said that links for ordering either or both of these t-shirts (short-sleeve and long-sleeve) by PoliticalXray.Com are at http://PoliSat.Com/ROAR.htm in a sentence following this sentence. Here's the additional information with links for the t-shirts: Which slogans and/or t-shirts will become more popular faster? Check them out at links to the t-shirts/slogans (and also bumper stickers): "ROAR in 2012" or "OUSTED in 2012."
--Jim Wrenn, Editor at PoliSat.Com.
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