Palin Believes She Can Win National Election

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In a recent interview, Sarah Palin stopped short of saying she will run in 2012, but said, “I believe that I can win a national election.”

Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin continues to titillate the media. In a recent interview, she once again toyed with the idea of running for President in 2012.

“I believe that I can win a national election,” Palin told Newsweek, in an interview given just after she attended the Iowa premier of “The Undefeated.” The soon-to-be-released documentary, the trailer for which can be viewed below, positively chronicles Palin’s time as Governor.

“The people of America are desperate for positive change, and deserving of positive change, to get us off of this wrong track,” Palin said, according to the article. “I’m not so egotistical as to believe that it has to be me, or it can only be me, to turn things around. But I do believe that I can win.”

Regardless of whether she runs, Palin remains vociferously critical of President Barack Obama, especially on her Facebook page. “We are in desperate need of real leadership, but President Obama’s solution to everything is to grow government by borrowing more money, spending more money, printing more money, and taxing our job creators,” she wrote on July 9.

 

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