Sunday, July 10, 2011

Sarah Palin to Announce Her Intention In the Next Several Months



Sarah Palin is very smart to jump in the presidential race late. It has kept everybody guessing. Without mentioning her presidential intent, Sarah Palin is planning her next move. The Sarah Palin movie bolstered many supporters, and at the same time, quelled the critics. In short notice, Palin organizers are able to plan an event and make it successful. With Palin's popularity, she is able to command a $100,000 speaking fee. She makes $1 million working for Fox News. Also, she earns $2 million for her TLC reality show. Knowing that Palin won't get full support from the Republican establishment, she is fully finance to make a presidential bid. It is a matter of time before Palin decides to make that announcement. I predict that by October 2011, we will finally get the answer we all hope to hear. America will hear Sarah Palin announce her presidential bid. Soon afterwards, we will see every Washington elitist and Liberals run in fear and jump into panic mode.

(Newsweek) Sarah Palin hasn’t jumped into the race for the White House (yet), but she believes the prize is there for the taking. In a conversation with Peter J. Boyer, Palin warns Boehner not to raise the debt ceiling, proclaims that Obama is beatable—and says the 2012 field is far from settled.

Two years after stepping down as governor of Alaska—not a retreat, she later said of the decision, quoting Korean War general Oliver Smith, but “advancing in another direction”—Palin has proved herself an enduring force capable, with minimal effort, of keeping political professionals and, especially, the press in a state of perpetual imbalance. This derives partly, of course, from her standing as a possible presidential candidate with presumed frontrunner potential, a status she seems inclined to maintain for as long as possible. On the day we met, her daughter Bristol had declared in a television interview that Palin had already made a decision about whether to run for president—an assertion that Palin quickly tried to shoot down. “I think Bristol has made up her mind, and Bristol wants me to run for president,” she said. “But we’re still thinking about it. I’m still thinking about it.”

Yet Palin, who is 47, now hinted that her family would not try to dissuade her from entering the race. “My kids know that life isn’t supposed to be easy, and it’s certainly not fair,” she said. “And they know that, even on their end, they have to make some sacrifices for the greater good.”