The Republicans cannot get 'a handle' on the 'next move' of the Democrats. They should try 'Truth, Justice and the American Way' for starters if they want to know where 'Democrats are coming from.' I don't doubt in her hearts of hearts Former Governor Palin would like a run for President, but, she has to know she'll never pull it off and she is in public on 'a fishing mission.'
The "Tone Deaf Democrats" are busy WORKING, Sarah. Perhaps that is something she doesn't understand given she is too busy making money through political dog and pony shows rather than governing in Alaska.
Follow? They are WORKING and trying to keep the USA from fraying at the edges and falling apart while Republicans play politics ON THE SALARY of House members.
The LAST thing a sincere and honest Democrat should do NOW is pursue 'counter dialogues' with the defunct Former Governor. She is trying to start arguments so the Republicans can try to find a foothold that will help with the 2012 elections.
We don't need the 'dialogue,' we need problems solved and Sarah doesn't have the answers. A smart President will maintain his distance from her ranting and wait for his re-election campaign to 'wow' the American people. He is far too busy trying to deal with the House of Amateurs and their 'cornered' Speaker to 'play rhetorical ping pong' with Mrs. Palin.
Sarah Palin hints at 2012 presidential run, but says she's undecided (click title to entry - thank you)
In a rare public speech, she predicts voters will want a nomination contest that's 'a little bit rogue,' and teases that a mother with her experience would be right for the job. She acknowledges she'd need to address her drop in popularity.
February 17, 2011, 5:02 p.m.
...She said she still hadn't decided whether to become that candidate, but seemed to suggest that a recent slide in her popularity might force her to become more visible than she has been in recent months. National opinion surveys have shown that a majority of Americans view her unfavorably....
A bit of advice to the Former Governor. Running for the Executive Branch of the USA isn't like donning a new outfit provided for the RNC while memorizing the role of every signator to the Declaration of Independence. If she can't decide to run, then GET OUT OF THE WAY. Indecision doesn't belong in the Oval Office or the attempt to win it. She damaged her own chances and added to the damage by the RNC when she ran with McCann. If she returned to a serious role as a Governor she wouldn't have her bankroll today, but, she might have a future career other than ranting for Murdoch.