They’re talking about Palin in Australia
This article is dated 11/19/2010 and yet here in Washington DC it is a day before. Well, the point is that in Australia news is that Palin is considering a run for Presidency. I want to put that into perspective once again and believe that most of my fellow Americans will agree with me, eventually.
Sarah Palin graduated in Journalism from a school in North Dakota. She was a television news personality a short while.
In Alaska, she was mayor of a very small town, Wasilla. She ran for and won the Governorship of the State of Alaska for which the geography is great and the population is approximately equal to that of Austin Texas.
She failed to complete her term as governor. She failed as an unqualified vice presidential nominee on the ticket with John McCain. The self-proclaimed “soccer Mom” lacks any requisite skill, knowledge, and experience to be the chief executive of America’s largest enterprise, the federal government.
It is an incredible embarrassment that so many Americans have wasted so much time on Sarah Palin, yet, it is indicative of how far Americans have sunk in their maturity and education as voters. If there ever was an indication that America is falling behind, one need only point to the leadership that voters produced. The people they pick represent the average – what average Americans with average 10th grade intelligence can produce.
“Palin considers 2012 run
November 19, 2010
WASHINGTON. Conservative Tea Party favourite Sarah Palin believes she could beat President Barack Obama in a race for the White House amid growing speculation she will run for the presidency in 2012.
The former Alaska governor told America's ABC News she was seriously considering running for the Republican Party presidential nomination in the next elections.
''I'm looking at the lay of the land now … trying to figure that out, if it's a good thing for the country, for the discourse, for my family, if it's a good thing,'' Mrs Palin said.
Asked whether she could defeat Mr Obama if she ran, Mrs Palin, who was the 2008 Republican vice-presidential nominee, answered: ''I believe so.''
Mrs Palin has previously hinted at a potential White House bid but has yet to announce formally whether she will run.”