I have to admit that back in 2010 I was one of those who supported Sarah Palin. Despite the fierce media attacks on her, I though her record as Governor of Alaska made her the right candidate to tackle the establishment on both sides of the aisle. I still like Sarah Palin, I admire her spunk and fighting spirit; however, I believe she has done too much to deminish her image as a presidential hopeful. Also she still talks in unending sentences and does not appear to have attempted to make herself a compelling candidate. She has not demonstrated that she can handle the serious national security issues that will be at the forefront of the 2016 campaign. Two-thousand-twelve was a domestic policy election; 2016 will be a foreign policy election. I have no doubt that we have not seen an end to Islamic-terrorist strikes against the U.S. or our allies. Seventy-six percent of Americans now say terrorism is the most important issue facing the country. We want a commander-in-chief who can lead the armed forces and the country with a clear vision and a decisive hand. Sarah Palin is not that person.