I concur, spacejunkie. In the next 16 months the nation will see how important her role in restoring a gubernatorial majority and congressional voice to the Republicans—and coalescing the nation around a new, small government, freedom-loving coalition. That she handed the Alaska governship on to her trusted lieutenant in order to lead the nation’s righting of its political ship will be seen as almost a natural imperative, a hero’s call, that she simply answered. Then the country’s going to be restless for 2012 to arrive so they can vote her in in Obama’s stead.
Indeed....and, furthermore, I think we can almost ALL agree that Palin does NOT hold back on what she thinks or feels (I absolutely love that quality). If she remained as gov of AK, I believe she would naturally refrain from speaking her mind. Now that she is completely untethered from people that want to take her down we are going to hear her speak the truth about hussein and his ilk over and over and over.
I cannot wait. She is practically the only person in R leadership with big ones...that clank!
IRONY: In 2012 the 'democratic' voters are so sick of obama, they help vote Palin in.