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Karl Rove Thinks Sarah Palin Runs For President, I Disagree

August 20, 2011

Caffeinated Politics thinks Sarah Palin is a raccoon who will just grab anything shiny, and therefore will not run for president.  Palin is making too much money, which is what she is all about, to stop the gravy train at this point.

Sarah Palin would be swallowed whole and burped back out in 30 seconds if she were to enter the fray.  Would Palin want a cat-fight with Michele Bachmann?  Throw in a vat of jello and the GOP would have a Showtime fundraising event! 

How about a head-on conversation with any one of the candidates in a national debate?  Can anyone see Palin talking China policy with Huntsman, or defense strategy with Romney?  Palin would be skewered if she were to enter.

Sarah Palin is no more substantive now than when she tried to convince Katie Couirc that she read anything of merit back in 2008.  Palin’s poll numbers among the electorate are in the toilet, and she has nowhere to go but to the back of the bus now that Bachann has taken over the lead bitch role of the Tea Party.

There is no reason to think that Palin has amassed enough money to satiate her very reason for leaving the governor’s office.   There is no way that she enters the race for the Republican nomination.

Karl Rove may think so, but I think not.

Former Bush advisor Karl Rove says he believes former Alaska governor Sarah Palin will enter the Republican presidential race sometime around Labor Day. Appearing on Fox News Saturday morning, Rove said Palin “has a schedule next week that looks like that of a candidate, not a celebrity.” Rove also cited a new campaign-style video Palin has released on her recent visit to the Iowa State Fair as evidence Palin is gearing up for a run.

Palin will be the keynote speaker at the Tea Party of America’s “Restoring America” event in Iowa September 3. The event location was recently moved from Waukee, Iowa, to Indianola, Iowa to accommodate a larger crowd.

“This is her last chance,” Rove said. “She either gets in or gets out [after the Iowa visit]. I think she gets in.”

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