The news going around the nation after the election is that Sarah Palin caused Democrats to keep hold of the Senate. Now, the question is will she campaign for the Presidency in 2012?
After spending the past year and a half dealing with political issues I am confident the answer is NO. Here is my observation on this issue.
Palin is setting up a coalition by backing conservative candidates and speaking at rallies to help those individuals win elections. She needs a strong coalition of candidates that will align themselves with her and what she stands for.
To date the candidates she backed have won just over 60% of the campaigns. Palin will continue to travel the country backing candidates with like minds until there are enough elected into all offices both State and Federal to fulfill her quest for the White House.
When Palin has built her coalition of conservative representatives she will announce her candidacy for President of the United States and only when the candidates of her choice are in office.
I believe 2012 will be to early for Palin to announce her intentions but 2016 will be the probable date she could have enough like-minded representatives elected to help her win the campaign across the nation.
During these next few years Sarah will hone her skills to deal with the media. She will learn more details on all aspects of the economy, foreign affairs and what will need to happen to return the power to the states, away from the Federal Government.
Stay tuned for the outcome of this chapter on Palin vs Republican. We will keep our eyes peeled and bring you news when it happens.