een if she is not campaigning she has to take a stand on issues. To be honest, I was a big supporter of Palin in 2008 and early 2009,then I saw that she is becoming very vague on issues that affects us all and that is the reason I no longer support her blindly..<p.(Im not accusing you ospecifically,allegra, Im just throwing that out:D )
At this point, she really doesn't; she's a private citizen. If she should toss her hat into the ring, I'm sure many of us will want to know how she stands on a lot of issues. What I have seen so far is a conservative with a common sense approach.
There are a few I'm watching with some interest at this stage such as Jim DeMint, Mike Pence, Michelle Bachman and Duncan Hunter. I have no idea whether any of them will run, either, but I hope they'll consider it.
I don't believe in blindly supporting or taking a worshipful stance on any politician and I won't expect whomever I support to match my own ideology 100%. That's just unrealistic.
But at this point, the field is open and I'm just observing.
A former "Big supporter", eh? Pardon me, but you're not convincing in the least. You've done nothing but attempt to sow seeds of doubt about the finest patriot on the national stage on this, and other threads tonight.
My guess is that you're sucking down the MSM's putrid regurgitations about Sarah Palin, or you have very close associations with rabid liberals, who are poisoning your mind.
I'm calling you out, Marie. I think you're a closet liberal. I don't think you care one blip about any of the issues you've brought up here. Your sole intention here is to slam Gov. Palin. Straight up.