incapable of being evaded; inescapable: an ineluctable destiny.
1615–25; < Latin inēluctābilis, equivalent to in- in-3 + ēluctā ( rī ) to force a way out or over, surmount ( ē- e- + luctārī to wrestle) + -bilis -ble —Related forms in·e·luc·ta·bil·i·ty, noun in·e·luc·ta·bly, adverb —Synonyms inevitable, unavoidable.
As some go out of their way tell us Sarah Palin is somehow "unelectable" [but never give a valid reason why] we find the better word to describe her is "ineluctable."
We have watched Sarah perform brilliantly as a Mayor/City Manager, oil and gas regulator, and Governor. We have seen her become the undisputed leader in opposition to the Obama regime and all of the disastrous policies that come from it. We've seen her ability to change the debate with a single tweet or Facebook post.
We feel Sarah Palin is destined to become on of our nation's greatest leaders and greatest Presidents. An ineluctable destiny.
Next time you here someone say "Sarah Palin isn't electable", just smile and say, no, she's ineluctable, and walk away.