Sarah says “How do you like me now?”


Sarah Palin Tells Fox Business Network That ‘It’s Not Too Late’ To Jump Into The GOP Race

In a pre-taped interview set to air tonight on Fox Business Network’s “Follow The Money,” Eric Bolling mentioned to Sarah Palin that people constantly tell him they wish she was running for President. Instead of tut-tutting the idea, Palin — who said on Sunday that she wasn’t ready to endorse any Republican candidate yet — swung the door wide open for a possible entry into the GOP field:

“Any chance we can see you making a play, even after Iowa or New Hampshire?” Bolling asked. “There’s still plenty of time, Governor.”

“You know, it’s not too late for folks to jump in,” Palin replied. “And I don’t know, you know, it — who knows what will happen in the future?”


Run Sarah, run! I could really use some good news. I am burned out, depressed and SAD.

On one side we have Obama. On the other we’re looking at PaulRomneyGingPerryBachSantHuntsman. There are no good choices.

It’s not bad vs. worse, it’s worse vs. worser.

You know it’s FUBAR when people are saying “Draft Jeb!

We are so fucked.



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25 Responses to Sarah says “How do you like me now?”

  1. myiq2xu says:

    This won’t even be fun to watch.

  2. DandyTiger says:

    You know lots of heads are going to explode over her saying that. LOL

  3. myiq2xu says:

    Americans don’t like what they see in 2012 race

    A USA TODAY/Gallup Poll finds a nation more downbeat, more dissatisfied with its political leadership and more concerned about the country’s direction than at almost any other point in modern times.

    By wide margins, those surveyed say the election process isn’t working and the candidates aren’t coming up with good ideas to solve the nation’s problems.

    Fewer than half say there is any candidate running, Republican or Democratic, who would make a good president.

  4. 1539days says:

    I was bored last night, so I watched Olbermann for a few minutes. He was talking to someone from Politico who is apparently not talented enough to get on MSNBC. So, they talk about Sarah Palin and he claims that she’s irrelevant because, get this, she was being interviewed on Fox Business.

    Besides her interview being replayed all over the internet, FBN has actual ratings, unlike Current. Theirs are so close to 0 it’s not usually detectable. It’s funny that most of these “news” channels only talk about low ratings when a conservative is on a slightly smaller venue, not when their ratings suck 24/7.

  5. Breath of fresh air.

    Even if I am just dreaming….

  6. Pips says:

    “Fish or cut bait.

    That one is new to me. I like it. 🙂

  7. K.T. says:

    I would LOVE to see Sarah take it to Obama, again, but I want the nominee to be someone who can beat him. I don’t think she can.

  8. K.T. says:

    Oh, and Fu** Keith Olbermann!

  9. yttik says:

    We’re just about to the shortest day of the year. After that, the days start getting longer and we’ll get more daylight. Taking vitamin D sure has helped me, at least I’m no longer trying to hibernate like a bear.

    I think the country is kind of united on how we feel about the election. There’s not a whole lot of enthusiasm for anybody. In the olden days we’d vote for the lesser of evils, but this time it just feels like they all suck.

  10. foxyladi14 says:

    Run Sarah, Run! 🙂

  11. carol haka says:

    It’s Sarah or we are fucked! She was plucked from obscurity to save the planet.

    Good to see my old friends!

    carol haka!!!!!!!!!!!!

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