Palin Says A Woman Would Be Good For The Ticket

Sarah Palin says a woman would be good for the Republican presidential ticket in four years.

Palin is in Florida for a meeting of Republican governors. She's also continuing her whirlwind series of postelection TV interviews.

She's taking part in a panel discussion tomorrow entitled: "Looking Towards the Future: The GOP in Transition." And Palin was asked today about speculation that she is the party's future.

The Alaska governor replied, "I don't think it's me personally, I think it's what I represent." She said she means "everyday hardworking American families." Palin says that's what a woman would bring to the ticket.

As to whether it's a priority of hers to get on the national ballot again, Palin spoke only of the priority of "serving the constituents of the state of Alaska."


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  • by Coach M Location: Rocky Mount on Nov 26, 2008 at 01:04 AM
    Let's ALL hope that Obama is NOT Carter. And the only thing Clinton gave us was NAFTA and a new meaning of the oval office. His name shouldn't be mentioned in the same sentence with former President Reagan. Bush 1 rode former President Reagan's coattails. As for Bush 2, he chose the wrong nation to go after for the 9/11 attacks. Even President ellect Obama stated that Afghanistan would be the primary target of the US's efforts to stop terrorism. However, we have plenty of terrorist groups right here in the USA. ANY hate promoting group that results to violence should be delt with as terrorist activity.
  • by Ank Location: Greenville on Nov 24, 2008 at 02:00 AM
    I couldn't have said it better myself Bo. Message to you people: Be more like Bo and you will go far in life.
  • by Bo Location: Deep Run on Nov 14, 2008 at 06:06 AM
    Tad: Thanks for the history "lesson". You are reciting presidencies that go back 20 and 30 years ago. Did you conveniently forget the past 8 years? The MAJORITY of Americans have not. Here is another history lesson: Reagan, Bush 1, Bush 2 = budget deficit; Clinton = budget surplus. Facts can be pesky things if they don't match your rigid philosophical dogma, huh?
  • by Tad Location: Jamesville on Nov 13, 2008 at 11:45 PM
    You should read more "bo", when people who do said Reagan would be president the unlearned said Hahahahaha!!!!! Then they sat in anger and awe as the Reagan populist revolution took off! obama is carter, the faces and names "change" but the same old tired socialist agenda never does.
  • by Rob Location: NC on Nov 13, 2008 at 12:53 PM
    Tad, cool your jets, wrap yourself in the flag, and get a dose of reality. Afraid of a mouthbreathing, neoconservative fembot with more issues than anyone on "The Jerry Springer Show"? No way! Afraid for this already screwed up country if The Alaskan Airhead makes it to the top? Absolutely! I'd rather live in a socialist country than a police state any time.
  • by Bo Location: Deep Run on Nov 13, 2008 at 09:45 AM
    "afraid of her". Hahahahaha!!!! No, democrats go to bed at night dreaming that you Bush-bots are foolish enough to select her. Please do so!
  • by Tad Location: Jamesville on Nov 13, 2008 at 06:42 AM
    You obama-bots are afraid of her. McCain's people handling her were terrible, the media was completely in the tank for the unknown obama, Bush left a bad taste for Republicans in everyone's mouth, this was just not a good year for anybody with a R beside their name. She learned alot over the past couple of months and she will be coached on how to feild "gotcha" questions from a main stream media. The media will still be fawning over obama between 2010 and 2012, but the carter.. I mean obama economic and social policies will be firmly taking hold and alot of the sheep will stray. Sarah Palin will be your president one day. Just relax, you sheep worried about Reagan too and he was the best president of the modern era. There are striking populist simularities. By the way, have you noticed obama laying the groundwork to excuse his failure. Talking about deep holes and needing more than one term to fix it, he still wants to be blaming Bush in 4 to 7 years. Pathetic!
  • by Bo Location: Deep Run on Nov 13, 2008 at 05:56 AM
    She's like an addict: she has tasted her time in the spotlight and just can't let it go, no matter what.
  • by B on Nov 13, 2008 at 04:06 AM
    I'm all for a woman one day, but please God, not this woman. Sick of her.
  • by Rob Location: NC on Nov 12, 2008 at 08:24 PM
    Good. If she wants to serve the constituants of Alaska, then she should stay there. In fact, permanent exile would do the lower 48 a world of good. Idiot.
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