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May 23 - May 29, 2011

What’s ahead for Sarah Palin?


Answers Votes
Nothing. Her 15 minutes are over. 38%
She will continue to be an influential GOP voice but stay out of office. 33%
She will run again for high office and win. 14%
She will run again for high office and lose. 15%


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Tagged categories: Government; Politics

Comment from Les Eslinger, (5/23/2011, 9:27 AM)

Who ever she supports for the GOP running, They will WIN with HER backing them!! She will accept a cabinet possition !!!!


Comment from James Johnson, (5/24/2011, 8:56 AM)

She would make an outstanding President, but if she decides not to run I could see her supporting someone like Michele Bachmann.


Comment from Jeff Croll, (5/25/2011, 7:12 AM)

She is too chicken to run again because she knows she get clobbered. besides her Fox gig pays her too much money and she is all about Sarah, first, last and always.


Comment from Car F., (5/25/2011, 10:45 AM)

An apathetic, passive, uninformed, manipulated electorate deserves a president like Mrs. Paulin


Comment from Paul Schroder, (5/25/2011, 11:26 AM)

I want someone smarter and more successful than me to be president. I don't understand why people would accept a candidate with a functional 6th grade education. You might like her but don't you have any qualified people that you also like to put up as a candidate for the highest office?


Comment from Thomas Van Hooser, (5/26/2011, 6:27 AM)

She could be a power full influence to government leaders doing exactely what she is doing now. Probably can make things happen by staying out of politics.


Comment from Paul Archambo, (5/27/2011, 10:02 AM)

The only thing she could add to anything is more stupid comments on things she knows very little if nothing about. As the person above stated why would you want someone with a 6th graders education running any part of government.


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