I’m sorry to break the news to you folks but no, Sarah Palin will not be the “Come-Back” kid. She has her core following within the Repugnant Apparatus but that is as far as it will go. Democrat Mark Begich, the popular two-term Mayor of Anchorage, is now leading Republican incumbent U.S. Senator Ted Stevens by over 800 votes in the recount for that office. Tens of thousands of ballots remained to be counted. I’m afraid our gal – Ms. Moose Lips – will have to remain as the governor of that state.

There’s always television and radio for this gal. She does have a broadcast journalism degree and for a short time was a local sportscaster in Alaska. Check out the video. You decide – the next Tom Brokaw or Frank Gifford?

She can be the poster-girl for the Republicans and no doubt that will be the way back for the GOP over the next four years. But as far as actually climbing up the political ladder she has severely damaged her standing even within her own state among Republican and Independent voters and this writer does not envision a political comeback for the “Lady of the Northern Lights.”

Just this morning at the Republican Governors’ Conference in Miami, Florida – Palin was supposed to conduct her 1st live press conference. However, after some further maneuvering by her fellow Republican governors, she ended up appearing with them by her side. Apparently, Sarah is still not ready to “go it alone” in front of real, live press people in a national setting.

She can take her show on the road and tour the country like a traveling band. But as far as entrenching herself in the political process she won’t make it past the governor’s mansion in Alaska. I hear she makes a mean moose stew – that stinks to high heaven!



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