Sarah Palin gave a press conference today at the GOP governor's convention in Floria, a venue where she all of the sudden is surrounded by less than sympathetic Republicans.
Much of the conference has been an in-depth look on what went wrong in 2008, aided by those useful sports metaphors…
Former eBay CEO Meg Whitman, who started the race in former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney's corner but later worked for McCain, chimed in: "What happened here is the party and John dropped Sarah into the ninth inning of the World Series three runs down."
Perhaps a more complete analogy would be that you only played Little League before, you've never really mastered the rules of the game, you ignore the batting coach's bunt signs and you play for the Chicago Cubs.
Originally slated as a 20 minute event, Palin's time with the press was cut short by Governor Rick Perry, who took the mic away from her.
Isn't it weird how wherever she goes people in her party want her to stop talking? Doesn't matter: you can't stop the maverick from going rogue.
As to speculation on running in 2012, Governor Palin has shown that we will still have plenty of crazy-homeless person syntax after President Bush leaves office…
"That is based on my philosophy that it's crazy to close a door before you know what's even open in front of you," she said.
That would be a door, Governor.
Tags: Florida, John McCain, Sarah Palin