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Sarah Palin has remained in the national spotlight ever since she ran with John McCain in the 2008 presidential election; although the intense media coverage and liberal attacks on her had dropped off considerably until MSNBC’s Martin Bashir advocated that someone defecate in her mouth. With rumors that Mrs. Palin may run for a Senate seat in Alaska in 2014 or that she might run for president in 2016, this is a good time to ask if Palin will run again for office and if she has matured and developed sufficiently as a politician to win either of those elections.  (Read the full column at EWRoss.com)


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2 Responses

  1. Reposted from LinkedIn says:

    I would expect a run for the Senate but I doubt a National run. She would be a lightning rod for the left and the negative press would drown out too much. Having Palin in the Senate would go a long way towards getting a conservative agenda.

    By Dick Bonnet

  2. Reposted from LinkedIn says:

    Sarh Palin is fearless, but I believe Dick is right here. We have to find the best of all possible candidates with as little baggage as possible.

    If we can find candidates who are as fierce as Palin who are articulate and intelligent we have a chance to take our Country back to our Constitution.

    It would be great if we could find people who have been successful businessmen who want to restructure this bloated government.

    By Beverly Farrar

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