When asked about Sarah Palin as a prospect for the GOP 2016 candidate for president. "She's very interesting. And I'm sure she'd do great," Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.)
“You can absolutely say that I am seriously interested,” Palin said, when asked to clarify her thinking about a possible presidential bid.
Palin, the GOP’s 2008 vice-presidential nominee, said she stood by comments she made Thursday in Las Vegas to ABC News, where she first expressed enthusiasm about potentially competing for the Republican presidential nomination.
“I am. As I said yesterday, I’m really interested in the opportunity to serve at some point,” Palin said Friday, as former Pennsylvania senator Rick Santorum, a potential 2016 rival, looked on.
Imagine that! Do you think Romney pulled out to avoid running up against Sarah Palin. Oh, the thought is both mortifying and gut wrenching funny.
While Palin was busying herself late week marketing her brand (and that is all Palin is doing), she also took time to expend typical Palin malarkey with attacks against fellow Fox News demagogue Bill O'Reilly.
Earlier in the week, we published a GOP Ignominious piece with Sarah Palin in the lead role. Well, yes Palin is often the leading subject on the TPI The GOP Daily Ignominious. When associated with the word ignominious thoughts of Palin image in the brain without competition. The early week piece stood out from other Palin the "Ignominious" pieces. Reeling from her typically disastrous rambling, nonsensical and zany before the Iowa Freedom crowd, and subsequent criticism of the failed performance, she tore into any entity or person who. Her latest set of defensive attacks were extra special as it included Palin with sean Hannity literally chiding her employer Fox News with specific reference to Bill O'Reilly.
While Sean Hannity seemed to relish the interview with Palin, his Fox News fellow host did not care for Palin's comments.
If you have few minutes, check out Palin's comments and after the segment watch O'Reilly address the inimitable one from Wasilla.
Now, let's take a look and listen to O'Reilly's response.
Yes, Sarah Palin marketed herself well over the past week. A rambling idiotic speech in the Great conservative Stare of Iowa, an abundance news coverage even if in ridicule, lash outs against the "media" and her employers flagship demagogue and another entry in the TPI Ignominious spotlight. A good week!
If you think Sarah Palin is alone in her quest at damage control, take quick read from The Daily Banter.
Bristol Palin blogged.
How about that old adage about "apples falling from trees?"