Might Sarah Palin Run For U.S. Senate In Arizona?
Has Sarah Palin down-scaled her political ambitions? Wasn’t she promising America she could save us from President Obama?
So why the expensive house in Arizona, Sarah? Is she sincere about the needs of America, or are just out to make big bucks in her boots and short skirts? And what does Sarah Palin’s church think about her image?
At a speech at the Wasilla Assembly of God on June 8 , 2008, Palin described how Thomas Muthee had laid his hands on her when he visited the church as a guest preacher in late 2005, prior to her successful gubernatorial bid. Did Sarah Palin wear her tight short skirt and big boots for the laying on of hands too? Or did that Assembly of God thing get left behind when the idea to make lots of money conning Republicans take root?
So now Sarah Palin is rumored to be thinking about the U.S. Senate! There must be a way for Sarah Palin to rake in some more cash from lonely, conservative middle-aged men in Arizona who want to see her take the stage in black boots. Stick a pole into the floor of the stage and I have a feeling Sarah Palin would be right at home. She is out to make money! Sarah Palin is using the Republican Party to do it, and there are enough silly conservatives who are falling for her game.
For months, rumors have circulated in Arizona political circles that the former Alaska governor and possible 2012 presidential contender either was shopping for homes in Scottsdale or had already bought one.
A just-closed deal on a secluded luxury home in far north Scottsdale might fit the bill, and talk has begun that this may be the one. It’s an 8,000-square-foot, dark-brown stucco home with a guard gate that can keep unwanted visitors away. It has six bedrooms, five bathrooms, a six-car garage, a swimming pool and spa, and a full basement with a home theater, billiards room and wine cellar.
Safari Investments LLC paid $1.695 million cash for the home in a deal that appears designed to cloak the identity of a high-profile buyer.
Palin has been rumored to be considering headquartering her 2012 White House campaign, if there is one, in Scottsdale. She also has been mentioned as a possible candidate for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by the retiring Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz.
Palin has made multiple visits to Arizona since the night in November 2008 when, at the Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa, McCain conceded the presidential election to Democratic rival Barack Obama. Palin’s daughter, former “Dancing With the Stars” celebrity finalist Bristol Palin, last year purchased a five-bedroom house in Maricopa. (All high school dropouts with a child out of wedlock buy 5-bedroom homes!)
Palin’s name started coming up in Arizona in March, when state Rep. Steve Farley, D-Tucson, repeated a rumor of a possible Palin bid for the U.S. Senate in his weekly newsletter to constituents. Farley told The Republic at the time that he heard the rumor from two Republican lobbyists whom he declined to name. The same week, a Politico blogger quoted an anonymous source as saying Palin might base a potential presidential campaign in Scottsdale.