I believe her.
I think that might be my all time favorite YouTube. She’s adorable!
Read the whole article. When I got to the part about doing away with the Dept of Energy, I thought I was falling in love 😉
Run, Sarah, run!
The newsweek article is surprisingly positive.
I really hope Sarah made them crawl to get the interview. Remember, they originally considered Sarah a “problem” to be solved.
My guess is that they think Obama can beat her. Guess again
I think they want readers and sure don’t have enough now.
America has a do-over in November 2012.
– Sarah Palin
NYTimes has an op/ed today on the definition of hunger. According to them, we are measuring it wrong and over estimating. Not once do they mention hunger in America.
Here’s WaPo and USDA two years ago estimating that up to 50 million Americans were struggling with hunger. Can’t imagine things have improved much since.
Yes! She! Can!
Palin can win. She knows how to rally excitement and polarize the election. People think that’s a bad thing, that somebody boring and moderate has to run. The thing is, the guy who won the last election was one of the most polarizing candidates in history. He divided the Dem party and labeled half the country racist, bitter, stupid.You don’t get more polarizing than that. Hillary couldn’t fight him properly, she had to think about the good of the Dem party down the road. McCain wanted to play fair and even prevented Palin from fighting as she wanted to. Given the self imposed rules and the circumstances, and the cheating, nobody could have beaten Obama. Ahh, but Palin doesn’t have any of those rules to follow anymore and she could truly fight to win.
Real leaders are always polarizing. They don’t tell people what they want to hear. They don’t use focus groups to craft carefully worded speeches that are meaningless. Real leaders take stands and persuade people to agree.
That’s the very definition of leadership. And it’s not done from the rear 😉
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