Yesterday Sarah Palin, Alaska’s infamous half-governor and 2008 Republican vice presidential candidate, announced her candidacy for Alaska’s vacant seat in the US House of Representatives.
Yesterday was April Fools’ Day. Coincidence?
One can only hope.
Photo: Sarah Palin speaks at the 2016 Politicon in Pasadena, California, June 26, 2016. Creative Commons photo by Gage Skidmore
16 thoughts on “She’s baaaack”
geez – yikes
I hoped we’d never hear from her again.
Agree, I was hoping she’d fade into the arctic sunset
… and then freeze into place
And fall off like a chunk of glacier
The idiocracy are always there. They’re all charged up for ’22 and ’24. Their work will be done soon, 5 years tops. IMHO.
Precisely what I’m afraid of. Will common sense and decency rise and prevail, or will we sink even further into the swamp that bred and supported the Jan. 6 insurrection?
An attempt at relevancy and a chance to pick pocket some campaign coin to offset that NYT libel windfall that jury of her peers tamped down. She’s going to stick around and …salt the mind of pyrite fools, until the scam plays out.
I wonder if Tina Fay will now return to SNL? LOL
I hope so. We’ll need a reason to laugh. Hell, we could use that right now.
I think you’ve nailed it.
thumb tack it…maybe
Okay, that works too.
Well, it could be fun to watch – does anyone still take her seriously? and you’re sure this wasn’t just a weird April fools thing …
If it’s an April Fools’ joke, you’re supposed to say so! And I haven’t heard any such thing yet. 🙁 I’m especially sensitive since we in Colorado got stuck with Lauren Boebert. The US doesn’t need another Boebert in Congress.