Part 1: Palin for President? Sarah Palin on future and possibly entering the 2012 race. 12/17/2010
Part 2: Palin on Motherhood Former VP candidate on marriage and raising five kids. 12/17/2010
In 2006 Sarah Palin defeated an incumbent governor of her own party in order to get the Alaska GOP gubernatorial nomination. After winning that nomination battle against longtime GOP U.S. Senator and sitting governor -and pork-loving blow-hard- Frank Murkowski, father of recently-re-elected U.S. Senator -and permanent sour face- Lisa Murkowski, Palin then got to run against the Democrat, another recent former Alaska governor, Tony Knowles.
As of two years ago, there was not a single LIVING Democratic politician in the entire United States who had ever run that sort of gantlet to get elected governor of their respective state. Just saying...
While it's easy for people to throw stones at Palin, especially from a distance, doing what she did, as mayor of a small and otherwise obscure city in Alaska that even most well-informed people in the Lower 48 had NEVER heard of, was and is pretty amazing.
That no LIVING Democrat has done anything like that is the proof.
I've always liked women with moxie, and Sarah Palin has that in abundance. As far as I'm concerned, whatever else she may lack, that particular quality will always help compensate for an awful lot, and endear her with average American voters, who quickly tire of pretentious, self-promoting phonies like John Kerry or John Edwards, whose innate shallowness, self-deception and disconnectedness to most of the country's genuine concerns eventually shines thru, no matter how talented or skillful their speechwriters.
The Washington Post's Chris Cillizza chimed in on Sarah Palin's political future on Friday from his WaPo blog, The Fix, pondering aloud, "Why Sarah Palin could struggle in 2012."
http://voices.washingtonpost.com/thefix/morning-fix/house-tax-cut-vote.html?wprss=thefixTranscripts of his Friday morning "Live Fix" online and video chats are at:
Here's the interactive schedule for the Washington Post's reporters, columnists and bloggers
Yes, you're right, South Florida, in the year 2010, soon to be 2011, the Miami Herald and South Florida Sun-Sentinel have nothing even close to this in terms of breadth of quality or quantity. Why?
Now, that's a good question.
Why don't the publishers of these two newspapers want to address those issues with concerned readers in South Florida?
Sarah Palin's Alaska: http://tlc.discovery.com/tv/sarah-palin-alaska/
America by Heart -Reflections on Family, Faith, and Flag
by Sarah Palin
YouTube videos mentioning Sarah Palin are added daily, almost hourly, regardless of whether they are pro or con. This chron link should provide you a way of seeing the most recent additions.