Sarah Palin



Palin readies East Coast tour amid presidential speculation

Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin (R), who has been largely out of the public eye through much of the spring, will reemerge beginning Sunday as she kicks off an East Coast tour that will put her back in the spotlight and no doubt fuel renewed speculation about a possible presidential campaign in 2012.

“Starting this weekend, Sarah Palin will embark on a one-nation tour of historical sites that were key to the formation, survival and growth of the United States of America,” according to a statement from her political action committee. “The tour will originate in Washington, D.C., and proceed north up the East Coast. More information will follow.”


10 Responses

  1. Palin is stupid as ****. I hope you’re not serious about supporting her.

    1. She’s light years ahead of Obama, McCain, Reid, Schumer Pelosi..etc, Romney..I see no problem in supporting her candidacy, especially if she beats out a huge cache of RINO’s .

  2. KGS,

    While I stand with her on all topics re: Islamic terrorism and Israel, there is no possible way that she will win. THe media loves to pick on her and her running will only get Obama re-elected.

    1. I disagree John, the fact that media rails on her is the reason why she’ll do well. The people are fed up with BS they dish up. She just needs to talk straight conservatism and the nation will follow.

  3. Palin will be the finest President since Reagan , why am I so sure ….. she scares the living daylights out of both the Democratic and Republican establishments . They recognise that an honest no nonsense lady will be attractive to the voters .

  4. Perhaps from the Tundra, where there is the comfort of social welfare, Palin looks good, but from an American perspective, her approach to privatization bodes ill for the average person. Aside from other issues. Time will tell. It’s not as if there is a strong field, so that increases her chances. She is the perfect American Idol/Survivor candidate.

    1. Ahh that evil privatization, where the evil marketplace shows its dark side in raping and plundering the public. I get it, that’s why the government is more efficient and beneficial than the private sector in producing the products that keep the economy spinning.

      1. It is evil at times, and if you cannot see that, what can I say? And it is NOT always as efficient, or less wasteful. Sounds like you have bought to corporate line.

        I thin Palin’s approach would be too imbalanced. If we leave it all to the privateers, they will suck the life out of the populace. Profit motive alone does not do the trick.

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