Sarah Palin to Sarah Palin haters: Keep up the animosity, I might run again. If your revulsion of the former Alaskan governor is keen enough, you may just push her back into a bid for another political seat – you know, out of spite.
Writes OnPolitics on Oct. 28: “Palin has hinted in the past that she may still have another political bid in her, as she did last year when she said she ‘considered’ running for the Senate in Alaska. But she didn’t take that plunge and eventually backed Joe Miller for the GOP Senate nomination.”
The site pointed out however that Palin is a paid contributor to Fox News, and that “in the past, the network suspended the contributor contracts of Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum as they contemplated running for president in 2012.”
In early September, the Palin family was involved in a fight – a hot mess of a drunken kerfuffle at house party in Alaska – that received widespread tabloid attention for its Jerry Springer-like throwdown with a drunken Bristol Palin tossing right hooks and a lying Sarah Palin initially denying she was even there.
Palin, John McCain’s 2008 presidential campaign running mate, who once told us all to “buck up or stay in the truck,” is now saying that she may decide to run again for office, in order to irritate us. Good goals Sarah: A political office ascent because we all can’t stand ya. You do realize however, that you have to be elected into an office?
“Bless their hearts, those haters out there,” Palin said. “They don’t understand that it invigorates me…The more they pour on, the more I’m going to bug the crap out of them by being out there with the voice, with the message, hopefully running for office again in the future.”
Commenting on Stuart Varney’s Fox Business Network show, Palin addressed the recent, scathing comments issued by CNN anchor Carol Costello about the Palin family brawl.
“What’s it like dealing with that kind of mockery — and that’s what it is, mockery — for more than six years?” Varney asked Palin. “And this is a personal question, what does it feel like?”
Palin sidestepped a bit, and threw out one of her famous Joe America lines: “A lot of people have it a heck of a lot harder than the Palins do,” but then added that liberals love to play “the politics and personal destruction…They do want to destroy personally those they disagree with. They are very, very intolerant of those who maybe hold opposing views to their liberal, failed agenda views. So they want to crush us.”
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