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Sarah as a leader

Reader comment on item: Sarah Palin Endorses 'Bomb Iran'
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Submitted by KMS (United States), Feb 18, 2010 at 15:09

I always liked Sarah Palin and was willing to give her the benefit of the doubt regarding her quitting as the Governor of Alaska, her pathetic interviews with Katie Couric, etc, etc, but endorsing John McAmnesty? Tricky Ricky Perry? I don't think I can ignore it. She doesn't understand that the Tea Party Movement grew exponentially when Bush and McCain tried to push through amnesty.

Still, she would make a great White House spokesman, the cameras like her.

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