I know I said I wouldn’t talk about her any more, but today’s resignation makes her my most feared woman alive. I know she has an agenda — a larger purpose. She says she is resigning so she can
fight for all our children’s future from outside the governor’s office
Where is this place she speaks of? What does the PAC have to do with this plan? She said this has “been in the works for months.” I am hoping against hope that she has finally awoken to the writing on the wall, that she is a loony tune and has no future and it is time to take care of her family and write her book and live off the big fat check offered her and fade into the vastness that is Alaska, but I am very afraid that this is just the beginning of her campaign for higher office. Of course, one might ask, how can a less than one term governor actually think they are qualified for higher office? Palin couched her resignation in faux altruistic motives:
“I thought about how much fun other governors have as lame ducks. They maybe travel around their state, travel to other states, maybe take their overseas international trade missions. I’m not going to put Alaskans through that,” she said. “I promised efficiencies and effectiveness. That’s not how I’m wired. I’m not wired to operate under the same old politics as usual.”
So serving out your term is a bad thing. Even if you spend every last minute actually working for the people who elected you to serve out your term? This woman is a whack job and she has people backing her for higher office. I am more scared than ever about the future of this country.