Here is what is going to happen later this year — and into 2012.
A candidate we are not yet talking about, and who is not in the race or even on anyone’s radar, will enter the GOP presidential race in the late fall — maybe even as late as November or December. Yes, this person may miss the filing deadline for the Iowa caucuses but that will not in any way be fatal.
This candidate’s entire approach is going to be anti-establishment. That means anti-D.C. establishment, anti-so-called mainstream media establishment, and even anti-GOP establishment.
This candidate will get hot quickly and will zoom up the polls against a lackluster GOP field.
But by late fall, possibly November or December, we all will be entirely sick of Mitt Romney, Tim Pawlenty, Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich, and all the rest. So when this new guy comes along, everyone will be ready.
This new candidate will be embraced even faster than other recent last-to-first risers like Donald Trump, Herman Cain, and Michele Bachmann. The point is, in a vacuum fueled by economic despair and heated anti-Obama sentiment, a new candidate who has a dynamite new message can harness the Internet, cable TV, and talk radio universe to go from an unknown one day to a household name the next.
What about funding, you may ask.
The likely route will be the Internet grass roots. If there are 10 million anti-Obama donors out there willing to give $100, then that is a whopping $1 billion — just like that!
This new candidate will get hot at just the right time – just as the primaries are beginning and will catch the wave and ride it all the way to the GOP nomination. And maybe all the way to the White House, too.
Look for unexpected news in the fall which will lead the way on the emergence of this candidate. There will be a large news event first that will rock the political world to its core.
Out of the ashes of that will come our new candidate. And maybe our next president.
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