Sarah Palin will not be contesting the Presidential Election of 2012 for the office of President of the United States of America. It is obvious that many Americans disprove of the actions, and comments of the former Vice Presidential candidate of the 2008 elections which witnessed America electing its first black President.
Who is Sarah Palin
Sarah Palin is the former Governor of Alaska, and Vice Presidential candidate of the 2008 presidential elections held in the United States of America. Palin has been the vociferous voice of the Republican party since the elections, and has oppose President Obama in everything he does.
Palin is a wife, and mother of five, and grandmother of one. She professes to be a Christian. She has also been described by Wikipedia as American politician, author, speaker, and political news commentator.
Why does Palin lead in Rebuttals to the Democrats?
The Republicans have probably determine who will carry the mantle and oppose Barack Obama and the Democrats for the office of president. This person is probably being prepared for the office at this time but remains in the background.
At the opportune time this person will be revealed to take
the lead from Sarah Palin on criticisms of the government and its policies. This person
will be intelligent and full of
wisdom, and charisma. The person might also be a woman to make the transition from Palin even more palatable.
Sarah Palin has been leading all along because with her actions, and comments which have met the disapproval of the public in many instances, especially the incident with Democrat Representative Gabrielle Giffords.
There is therefore a Sleight of hand trick which will be played out before our eyes, as the "new" found leader will be seen as a breath of fresh air, and someone to gravitate towards.
Should Sarah Palin Run in the 2012 Presidential Election?
Although Sarah Palin wouldn't, and probably shouldn't answer the question directly as to whether, or not, she would like to be the next president of the United States. It is believe that is given the chance she would accept it with both hands open wide. should she run is a definite no, as she might not have what it takes to compete with Democrat Barack Obama who will be running for his second term of President of The United States.