Skip to comments.Palin Rattles the Cage (talk of a late entry?)
Posted on 12/19/2011 12:50:50 PM PST by Rational Thought
In Fox Business Network interview, ex-Alaska Guv plays coy on whether she's still mulling a presidential bid.
Palin: "It's not too late for folks to jump in. Who knows what will happen in the future."
(Excerpt) Read more at thepage.time.com ...
Airs tonight on Fox Business, 10 eastern.
Damn, I’dda loved to see her debate these other candidates.
Perhaps she’ll run as a second party candidate against the Obama/Romney ticket...
It looks like the Establishment guys are really nervous about their inability to sell Romney, and might want to bring a back-up in like Jeb Bush. Whatever. The whole primary process has turned into a cross between a demolition derby and a Marx Brothers movie, and they have no one to blame but themselves.
I love Sarah Palin but I don’t like people not jumping in from the very beginning. Just rubs me the wrong way.
While I like Trump more than most people here, do you think there is a snowball’s chance that he would ever be #2 on ANYONE’s org chart?
I would love to have seen her debate them too- but I cannot imagine her sitting through 10 of these, with the mind-numbingly stupid libtard questions they were being asked.
I would have expected her to walk out 15 minutes into the 2nd or 3rd one saying “I’ve had enough of this fudge”
I also envisioned Gingrich doing exactly what he is doing- sticking it to the media so much that he rises to the top (so I know I am probably right about Palin too)
A new reality show?
I really don't like the idea of candidates who do this kind of c*ap.
Oh please, oh please, oh please! It would be like setting off a nuclear bomb in newsrooms across the nation! Not to mention the way the other candidates have managed to tear each other apart, she would go in with about 50% of the vote.
Why? The party sets nearly all the rules, and all of them enable and empower the party, not necessarily the candidate. It’s about time the voter had something to say about who gets a nomination, and when.
Most likely, if she were to run, she’d have announced by now.
I would vote for her in a heartbeat if her hat were in the ring.
The "very beginning" these days is about three years before the actual election (although Romney has been running since about 2006). That rubs me the wrong way. I think people ought to be able to "jump in" at any time it appears that there is an opening.
Any relationship between anything that appears in Slime magazine and the truth is purely coincidental.
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A video of the interview will be posted for those who don't receive Fox Business News.
Granted. The primary season is too long anyhow; but I want to see a candidate make a commitment and that is just my notion on the candidates. But your point is well taken.
WOW!!!!...Dream come true?... Did Gov Sarah Palin leave the door open for a White House run?.... 10p et FBN... seriously!!!
At least Time isn't making things up.