Ex-vice-presidential candidate and ex-governor of Alaska Sarah Palin is now hoping to use the momentum from her new memoir “Going Rogue: An American Life,” which has been flying off the bookshelves and into the hands of patriotic Americans across the country, as she is now aggressively attempting to push herself to the forefront of possible candidates for the next presidential election.
As expected, Palin is enduring heavy criticism from many that are saying things like “Sarah, you can’t run for President in 2010, it’s impossible.” and “Sarah, you have no chance in hell of being president in 2010. It just doesn’t work like that.”
Despite the naysayers, Palin is unwavering in her prospects. “Ya know, people have been tellin me all my life dat I can’t do somethin. I think if I just keep my nose to that grindstone and look to God almighty to guide me, well jeez I’ll be able to bust through any door that comes my way!”
After coming so close to becoming America’s Vice President in 2008, Palin is hinting that she is planning on running for President in 2010, although the next presidential election actually isn’t until 2012. Strangely, in the same kind of way that a loving parent doesn’t tell their child that a horse can’t be pink and sparkly in real life (because it’s just so cute), nobody can quite bring themselves to tell Palin that the next inauguration isn’t until 2012. From a recent interview with John McCain, he states “Well, I personally believe in her 100%. I’m just so proud of her. If she says she wants to be president in 2010, well gosh dangit, she has my full support!”
Hate her, love her, or hate her, she is everywhere. Newsweek even has her on her cover, using a photo Palin posed for by Runner’s World magazine, in which the former Alaskan governor showed that the American flag, in addition to being a symbol of freedom that should never be desecrated, also makes a lovely slip cover for a chair.
When asked about what her main talking points would be she stated “I, like every American I’m speaking with, are ill about this position that we have been put in where it is the taxpayers looking to bail out. But ultimately, what the bailout does is help those who are concerned about the health-care reform that is needed to help shore up our economy, uh, helping the, uh—it’s got to be all about job creation too! Shoring up our economy and putting it back on the right track. So health-care reform and reducing taxes and reining in spending has got to accompany tax reductions and tax relief for Americans. And trade, we’ve got to see trade as opportunity, not as a competitive, scary thing. But one in five jobs being created in the trade sector today, we’ve got to look at that as more opportunity. All those things under the umbrella of job creation. This bailout is a part of that.” (note, in an attempt to lessen the burden of this heaping pile of words taken from an actual interview, if any readers are able to interpret this, please contact us! Click Here to watch the original interview)
Whenever Palin is brought to the media forefront, fact checkers are close behind. Many have charged that she has a very casual relationship with logic and truth. But Palin supporters claim that this provides the best reason yet to take her seriously as an actual politician. Just the fact that her new book contains explanation of events which are completely counter to the narratives she gave during the 2008 Presidential campaign just goes to show that she has what it takes to be an outstanding politician leader of the American people.