Report: Palin to decide on run next week?


So says R.S. McCain, who once co-wrote a book with Lynn Vincent, Palin’s collaborator on “Going Rogue.” Palin’s non-denial denial via Twitter:

Really? Hmm, guess they forgot to inform me what I’m “expected to do” next wk

I figured her announcement would be timed to coincide with the release of “The Undefeated,” which is supposed to premiere in — ta da — Iowa sometime this month. She’s not formally associated with the film but it’s potentially important to her campaign insofar as it’s aimed at winning over voters who aren’t already in her camp. The easiest way to maximize its exposure would be for Palin to unveil her candidacy as it debuts, and since it’s debuting in the most important early primary state, she’d benefit twice over by making a splash with Iowans. Could be that the timeline for the premiere has changed — the filmmaker hasn’t chosen a venue yet, in fact — but if not, then it makes sense that she’d decide soon.

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I just don’t know if she actually will run or not. I am of the opinion that she is going to act like a Tea Party “”Chairman” who basically anoints people of the right for an elected office.
Also I believe that anyone in the Tea Party ranks when ever they are told by the republican party what to do they should tell them “Shove It!”. I have noticed more and more the republican party is attempting to have Tea Party candidates stand down in their endeavors so they can take over running the show then they are going to say they are spoilers to keep the right from winning. Well if this is all the republican party has to offer then maybe they should wonder in the wilderness a while longer until they learned their lesson. I have noticed up close and personal how the party has acted and they are just as bad if not worse than the democrats at times.