Red State Says: “Palin Is Not Going To Run” — But — Cited Palin Interview Actually Indicates September Or October Decision — With Video


Excerpted from Red State:

by Dan Spencer

“It’s fair to them to give them an answer here, in short order, so that they can jump on board with someone else.” — Sarah Palin August 13, 2011

With those words, former Gov. Sarah Palin made it clear to me that she will not run for president in 2012.

You don’t tell your supporters “they can jump on board with someone else” if you are going to run. It’s as simple as that. One could, and no doubt many will, say Palin was just inarticulate. I don’t buy that.

Read the whole thing at Red State

However, Palin herself says in the interview Dan cites:

David Brody: “Is that short order by the end of September? October?

Sarah Palin: “I think that that is a fair timeline for people, because Fall time, they can start getting engaged with different campaigns, but still thinking about it, and really, really desiring to be a participant in the positive change that needs to happen in this country. Economy getting back on the right track. Jobs created for Americans, I want to be a part of that whether it be as a candidate, or as a supporter of the right candidate. I’m still in that decision making phase.”

So I says: “We’ll see.” Video of the interview:

Crossposted from Pat Dollard.com

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