Could Sarah Palin make it to, and as, the Next President of the United States in 2012? That's if there is a United States as we know it.... with Obama wanting to join forces with the european union and his "57" states slip of the tongue, maybe she will be struggling just to maintain herself and her family from falling into the hands of the islamists.
With the 'half-black' president that is now in power...or will be in about 70 more days....I wonder what the half-white part of him will be doing. So many racist black people tend to forget this fact about obama, they voted for the half black part of him....
Palin’s Next Steps
By Don | November 7, 2008
Now that the election is over, Sarah Palin has to chart a difficult path if she wants to seek the presidency in 2012.
From the Politico.
Though the long knives are out for her in the aftermath of the sweeping defeat suffered by the Republican presidential ticket, Sarah Palin has signaled she has no intention of fading quietly from the national scene back into Arctic anonymity.
Palin, who captivated Americans with her meteoric rise from small-town mayor to Alaska governor to surprise Republican vice presidential nominee, still generates broad enthusiasm among the conservative base and is considered an ascending star by Beltway conservatives.
But amid the wreckage from the Obama-led Democratic hurricane, there is no obvious route back to the national spotlight for Palin or easy course to chart for a possible presidential run in 2012.
Palin told CNN Wednesday morning “2012 sounds so far off that I can’t even imagine what I’d be doing then.”
Still, after casting her vote early Tuesday morning here in her hometown, where homemade “Palin 2012” signs occasionally appeared at political events in the last few weeks, Palin hinted she was considering repackaging herself for her next foray onto the national stage by hewing closer to the image of good-government pragmatist that she projected here, rather than the fire-breathing partisan that emerged on the presidential campaign trail.
The attacks on Palin are nothing but sour grapes, but that shouldn’t surprise conservatives who were distrustful of the McCain camp from the start.