Unlike so many before her who held the position of governor or senator while running for the presidency, Palin quit her office in Alaska to focus on the 2012 presidential race. Some may have interpreted that to mean she was intending to run. No, as it turns out she was focusing on the race from a pundits stand point. When Palin launched her PAC-funded bus tour, there were some folks who thought she was campaigning. No, she was vacationing on political contributions.
Sarah Palin spoke to FOX on Super Tuesday, "I don't think anybody needs to bow out at this time. They're getting a lot of free media right now... Anybody but Obama." Sara Palin carries on about Obama's lack of understanding for the constitution, as well as the "false depiction" of her in the new HBO movie. She says that she is not going to go see the movie. It's a good thing for her it's available on cable and can be viewed in the privacy of her own home. Such a tease, when ask if she would consider VP slot again, she suggested a candidate, then said that doesn't mean "No."
At least she isn't a flake. Bill Maher has a name for her; apparently it starts with a C and is not catty. Everyone is always so against the GOP, if only they had a couple of outspoken critics to put on spin on the liberals angle. The bad vibes came after Limbaugh was forced to apologize for designating Sandra Fluke as a slut. Palin said Limbaugh was entitled to free speech and that the liberals are hypocrites. Speaking of which, Palin and Limbaugh suggest Obama should return Maher's political donation due to the name Maher has for her. Maher tweeted late Tuesday, “Hate to defend #RushLimbaugh but he apologized, liberals looking bad not accepting. Also hate intimidation by sponsor pullout.”
All in all, why is she back in the news? She cast her vote for Gingrich, putting her back in the limelight. On a final note, "Game Change" premieres Saturday, March 10, 9PM on HBO.