The last thing you've wanted to see over the past three years is a President Palin. Period.
Aw, sniff, sniff, did somebody wake up with snot on their face this morning?
In early 2009 McCain’s campaign staff attacked Palin. What did McCain do about it? Did he defend her? No.
Within months he was asked if he would endorse her for president for 2012. He refused. Not only did he do that, he failed to say one nice thing about her.
Flip forward a year, and Palin endorsed McCain to return to the Senate of the United States. That move looked more like an example of battered wife syndrome than anything else. But it was backing the worst Republican we have had in my lifetime that bothered me the most.
So have I wanted Palin to be president for the last two years, not three as you have stated? No.
Palin has admitted that her fix for illegal immigration is to register them so they can stay here and work. Do I want to support someone for the presidency that has announced they want all illegals to stay here so they can continue to kill, rape, molest, rob, burgle, sap our nation’s health and educations systems dry, and take our citizen’s jobs for pennies on the dollar? No.
Is she the leader of the Tea Party? No. She holds no position whatsoever with the Tea Party?
Are her endorsements of Republicans running for office always sound? No. I’ve already addressed one person she screwed up on, and there have been others.
So no, I don’t want Sarah Palin to be president. I don’t want her to be president for some of the same reasons I don’t want other misguided soles to be president.