Sarah in 2012

 Posted by at 19:59  Humor, Politics, Republicans
May 232010

Sarah Palin, the former half-term governor of Alaska and unsuccessful Republican vice presidential candidate, was the guest on “Fox News Sunday With Chris Wallace” this morning. Wallace asked her if she is still thinking of running for president in 2012. Here is her reply:

You know, it really comes down to it not being about me or what I want or what I predict is going to happen. This is all about what the voters of America are in the mood for.

And if the voters of America are in the mood for a kind of unconventional, candid, honest public servant, and it doesn’t necessarily have to be me, but if that’s what they’re in the mood for, they’re going to let that be known and they’re going to help really propel and push that candidate forward. And then that candidate, of course, will make the decision whether to run or not. Don’t know if that’s going to be me, Chris. …

As I’ve always said, I’m not going to close any door that perhaps would be open. But you know, this is not about me. But I do appreciate the platform that I’ve been given, the opportunities that I have to be out there speaking to these good, hard-working, average, everyday, patriotic Americans who want to see the positive change in our country that they deserve.

Run, Sarah, run!

Sarah Palin
Sarah Palin


  10 Responses to “Sarah in 2012”

  1. Wanna bet if she does run she’ll have Rand Paul as her running mate? Wouldn’t surprise me one bit.

  2. Lordy, she opens her mouth and sh comes out, over and over and over again. I wish you could look out her window again and keep an eye on Russia…me thinks that’s the only thing she might be good at………..though that’s a bit of a stretch too.

  3. Oh my Gosh, Sarah Palin and Rand Paul running would be the best gift to the Democratic Party ever. They are both idiotic morons.

  4. I still think Sarah Palin is HOT!

  5. Well maybe she could do good at redtube or youporn, but keep her out of the White House please….”hotness” is not a leadership quality.

  6. I’d prefer Dan Radcliffe over Sarah Palin any day, pity he doesn’t have the age or citizenship qualifications. Hot is good but have some brains to back it up!

    Some ppl think Pres. Obama’s pretty hot, u know. 😉

  7. I don’t care what anyone says, she made a powerful impact on the political system in this country and even if you see that as a failure, I think she did as much for women as anyone in our history, just watch and see.

  8. She embarrassed women who can think and talk and walk. There’s nothing about that that’s positive. I find her to be an embarrassment to our gender. She did not do anything good for women.

    There are women who politics that have that honor, some well before her time. She’s not the first women to run for VP….that honor is not, thankfully hers.


  9. You are Spot On Sandy. She’s a laughing-stock in the political world and does nothing for the female gender. There are Way better choices for a role model.

  10. I have to go with Sandy and Rick on this one. She stands for everything women have been standing against for years – being treated as equals not pretty puppets, standing up for women’s rights and choices, earning what we have through hard work, discipline and capability, not being photogenic. Every time she came forward and heralded her ignorance and pandering, she made thinking women who have fought to be seen as more sick.

    There are thousands if not millions of capable clever women out there to set excellent examples of what women are and can be. She is not one I will look to, that’s for sure.

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.