Wonder what helped them in the formulation of their opinions?
Further, what can one do to positively affect change?
True, she has her detractors.
Appearing on Today was an excellent move, especially because her grilling by Lauer in the first hour was so effectively parried.
It doesn’t hurt her to be out and showing herself. She carries herself extraordinarily well
going hot ... I utterly agree with you.
Sarah put herself in front of millions on NBC, in a potentially hostile environment full of enemies, and she just shined. No harm to her there, from what I could see. But then I see her gently burnishing her image for some future use, hmmm?
Secondly, I believe her biggest negative came from resigning the governorship in Alaska. Jerks call her a quitter, which I think is false. If I remember the story correctly, she was being sued, harassed and investigated from every angle, and (I believe) the state would have been obligated to legally defend her. So she stepped down to avoid the expense to the state and take the heat as a private citizen instead. She had faith in her lieutenant gov so she knew there would be no loss of continuity.
My apologies if my memory of the case is flawed. Corrections are welcome.
I fully disagree that she is unsuitable for any office. This country needs a Mama Grizzly like an airplane needs air to stay aloft. Negatives be damned, I’d vote for Sarah for president in less than a heartbeat if the chance is offered.