Will Sarah Palin become a community organizer to gain the experience needed to run for President?
- Anonymous1 decade agoBest Answer
Maybe Obama will let her borrow his book "Rules for Radicals"
oh good!, I'm getting thumbs down from the libs....just goes to show their to stupid to even understand the question.
- Anonymous4 years ago
Don't you love all these pathetic liberal answers about a brilliant woman? O tell me dear liberals, what experience does the Obungler have with politics? you got it, none. He voted present on every bill voted on, as a JUNIOR senator....you got that JUNIOR SENATOR! and you criticize Sarah on experience? You want to talk about intellect? This is even funnier! Have you ever heard this MORON talk without a teleprompter? this buffoon makes Bush look like Albert Einstein. To elaborate on that point, did you notice a teleprompter in front Sarah..you got it, NO! Straight off the cuff!
- Mr Toooo SexyLv 61 decade ago
She might be too qualified for the job now that Obama brought the office of president down to such a new low.
- TimelordLv 41 decade ago
No, she does not need to. She has real real world experience and not something made up by the Left Wing press. (By the way with the news of today how is that working?)
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- 1 decade ago
LMFAO! Yes. It seems like that's all that's required in experience. I mean even though Obama quit being a Senator the day he was elected. OH THE HYPOCRISY OF THE LEFT!
- Coach KLv 41 decade ago
Apparently that is all she needs... I am still hoping for Palin 2012!
- 45 autoLv 71 decade ago
Community organizer for the USA we will see what she has for an idea. Seems she is really bothering the left as there more Question on what she doing and insults than ever.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Well Obama certainly did more as a community organizer than Sarah Palin did as mayor of Wasilla. But all the experience in the world won't help her Palin if she isn't very bright, ethical or even has enough motivation to finish her term as governor.
- 1 decade ago
Good job Kool-aid man!
- SteveLv 61 decade ago
It looks like she's stepping out of the political limelight and doesn't have any intention of running for president. She stepped down so she could accept a book deal, it looks like her real priorities have been, and continue to be, money.