Jan Brewer for President? She trails Obama by only 5 points

Given a hypothetical 2012 election contest for U.S. President between Barack Obama as the Democrat candidate and Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer as the Republican, 44% of national voters support the incumbent, while 39% prefer Arizona’s governor. Nine percent (9%) like some other candidate, while eight percent (8%) more are undecided.

A new Rasmussen Reports nationwide survey finds that only 34% say their views on illegal immigration are closer to the president’s.

Will those sagging numbers keep him from proceeding on his promised McCain-like Comprehensive Immigration Reform? 

Vote for J.D. Hayworth to ensure actual security while sending a loud and clear message to Barack Obama.  The scheme Obama has pledged to deliver is the same McCain-Kyl-Kennedy plan that Arizona’s citizens overwhelmingly opposed during its previous incarnation.  They like it even less today.


6 Responses to Jan Brewer for President? She trails Obama by only 5 points

  1. Another LD11 PC says:

    Tax-o-Rama Jan?

    • Steve says:

      Gov. Brewer did what Napolitano refused to even consider. She not only signed the immigration bill into law, but she has staunchly defended it, even to the President of the United States, who is a McCain clone open borders proponent. This poll is hypothetical, but I’d take Brewer over Obama any day of the week, one cent tax or no one cent tax.

      Obama is costing us trillions and indebting our grandchildren’s grandchildren. America as we have known it will be but a memory.

  2. TeaPartyPatriot says:

    In the 2012 election, ANYBODY-BUT-HUSSEIN would win decisively against TheOne. There are a few (VERY few) d-crat socialists whose heads aren’t fully shoved up that actually realize that. These few, with deep remorse over their choice in the last presidential nomination process, are running a stealth effort to have hillary challenge TheOne for the nomination (like JFK vs. Johnson). Should be interesting. However, I doubt that even putting hussein in the trash won’t save the extremists in 2012 – too many Americans have, once again (as they do EVERY time they mistakenly put the lunatic-left into power), learned the hard way that these socialist extremists are bad for the country, bad for themselves, bad for their children and bad for the world.

  3. sherriaz says:

    I am deeply concerned that JD mounted his campaign seriously underfunded. While McStain blasts the airwaves with poorly crafted ads, JD is left with less saturating tactics. Everything I read has McStain still very comfortably ahead. People are sheep in many respects and respond to the message that they hear over and over- which makes me worry that McStain’s millions will win out when the dust settles.

    I would also not count the Dems out yet. BHO has shown his complete disregard for the will of the citizens so I don’t doubt that there is a plan to turn the illegal millions into the voting millions.

  4. TOLL FOR THEE says:

    I have actually been very impressed with the governor. I have no doubt she would be doing a better job than Nobama.

  5. pgillenw says:

    Interesting poll. Goes to show American’s are sick and tired of the push for amnesty and the lack of will to stop the flow of Illegals and to further inform Mexico that we are not going to take it any more. Finally to tell Mexico to mind its own business.