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Palin Still Wild Card in Presidential Race

Wednesday, 07 Sep 2011 12:08 PM

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Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin remains the big question mark surrounding the Republican presidential race. Will she enter it, or won’t she? She gave hints both ways at appearances during the Labor Day weekend, The Hill reports.

In Iowa, she said there is “room for more” candidate.

In defeating President Barack Obama, “it’s not enough to change the uniform,” Palin said.

And she lashed out at “career politicians” and possibly corruptible “GOP candidates” who “raise mammoth amounts of cash.” That seemed a clear reference to Texas Gov. Rick Perry.

But then in New Hampshire, she called for Republican unity. “Our challenges today are too great,” Palin said. “We simply don’t have time to be bogged down in internal conflicts and friendly-fire conflicts.”


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