Possible future Time Magazine cover
By Gary P Jackson
Dr Gina Louden sent this tweet earlier today:
Later Dr Gina had talk show host Lee Davis, her source, on to talk about all of this.
Again, this is not to say Sarah Palin will run for President, only that she is reconsidering. Lee Davis’ source is someone close to Sarah’s organization, and the Palin family. Obviously, no one is disclosing the source, but Davis says they are credible.
RuBegonia has audio of the interview here.
Obviously, if Sarah were to re-enter the race, she would face a hard battle, but unlike any other, she’s proven time and time again that these are exactly the kind of battles she can win.
Some filing deadlines have passed, each state has their own, but there is still time. New Hampshire’s deadline has passed, for example, but Iowa has none. All of the people are still in place in Iowa to make a strong showing for her, and possibly a win.
As a recent USA Today report suggests, Iowa is wide open, and there is no clear favorite. As well received as Sarah has been every time she has been in the state, I have no doubt she would be a player should she decide to run.
I wrote last week that Sarah Palin must reconsider. As I pointed out, no one in the current field has spoken to the issues that really matter in the way she has, and no one has the incredible record of getting things, big things, done.
I want to caution readers that reconsidering doesn’t mean that Sarah will change her mind, and actually run. So don’t run wild and consider a run is coming. That said, a bunch of positive thoughts aimed at Wasilla certainly wouldn’t hurt!
If Sarah does change her mind, her millions of supporters, which I am proud to be one of, will face the fight of our lives, and it will take a maximum effort from every single one of us, every single day. That’s a fight I personally look forward to waging.