Skip to comments.Sarah Palin 2012 decision: Not running
Posted on 10/05/2011 4:40:17 PM PDT by ColdOne
"I have decided that I will not be seeking the 2012 GOP nomination for President of the United States," she wrote. "As always, my family comes first and obviously Todd and I put great consideration into family life before making this decision. When we serve, we devote ourselves to God, family and country. My decision maintains this order."
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Right, that's what all the polls show...oh wait...
The only one lower than Palin now is Perry...but you knew that.
Oh I guess allowing her and her family to be savaged by the MSM and not ONE GOP establishment expressing outrage is not a definition of getting screwed
She is not wounded - what’s wrong with you. What is wounded is this country and not one of those chump spineless candidates will do a thing about it all - like the barry voters all over again. Looking for something you ain’t getting.
Allowing? Who allowed it?
Sarah is higher than any of the candidates - and always will be. Even her priorities are higher - they are eternal.
Get a grip...
Not a shock to anyone who was paying attention. The “she’s waiting for the right time” stuff was silly. The right time was four months ago.
The total mental breakdown of you and others on FR tonight should be remembered by all those who might see your posts in the future and need to judge your credibility. You have now lost any credibility you might have had and future posting for you would be futile unless you are able to reconnect with reality.
I got my grip and it reminds you that you don’t have yours - you’re in spinning the wheels mode.
You have an interest in credibility? LOL! Mr spinning the wheels is talking about breakdown? You are way too blind to decipher reality. Go play, little boy - you got lots to learn - and at this point it will be the hard way.
No one expects the godless to understand about the ‘right time’.
Previous polling flavors of the week Herman Cain (May version), Donald Trump, Michelle Bachmann and Rick Perry all agree it's a done-deal now!
What has that have to do with the post that I replied to:
Cains odds of winning are lower than Sarah Palins now.
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