• Sarah Palin Abandons Bus-Tour Midway Through so as to Better Serve America

    Oh my God! What a strong and brave woman! I am continually in awe at the leadership she displays.

    Can you think of any other politicians in America today who would have the courage to step away from their non-publicity-seeking un-campaign bus tour midway through in such a bold and venturesome manner?

    Less than a month after she appeared poised to shake up the Republican presidential campaign, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has once again receded from the 2012 limelight…

    Though Palin and her staff never announced a timeline for the remaining legs of her trip, aides had drafted preliminary itineraries that would have taken her through the Midwest and Southeast at some point this month. But those travel blueprints are now in limbo, RCP has learned, as Palin and her family have reverted to the friendly confines of summertime Alaska, where the skies are currently alight for over 19 hours a day and the Bristol Bay salmon fishing season is nearing its peak.

    Look, I don't pretend to understand how Sarah Palin works. But I know that she knows what's best for this country, and she always acts in accordance with that secret special gnostic understanding. Whether she's quitting her post as governor of Alaska so that she can better serve Alaska as a reality-television star, or if she and her daughter are having their names trademarked by the US Patent and Trademark Office so that she can better fight to rid the country from the control of Big Government. She's always fighting for us!

    So, I don't know how, but I'm sure that sitting around at home while sipping on iced tea and screaming demands into a cell phone at her business manager must be the right thing for America. I can't wait to find out how!

    Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images News/Getty Images

    Tags: Alaska, Bristol Palin, Primaries, Republicans, Sarah Palin, Transportation, Travel


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