Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin may not stick to the Sept. 30 timetable she previously mentioned for making her decision as to whether she’ll join the Republican presidential race.
During an appearance on Sean Hannity's Fox News show Tuesday, Palin said, “There is still time Sean, and I think on both sides of the aisle you’re going to see people coming and going from this race.
“In the Republican race, in this primary, I think people are still going to be coming and going, because there is still time. And I’m one of those still considering the time factor . . . This is going to be such an unconventional election cycle.”
Asked whether she needs to make a decision by November, Palin responded, "Legally you do, because you have start getting your ducks lined up to have your name on these ballots."
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Also during the interview, Hannity and Palin talked about President Barack Obama’s jobs and deficit proposals, including whether the president has declared “class warfare” against the wealthy.
The 2008 vice-presidential candidate, who characterized Obama’s math as “lies,” also addressed what she would like to see in the GOP presidential debate Thursday night, the Solyndra “cronygate” scandal involving the White House, and other issues.
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