Sarah Palin’s reputation took a big hit when she resigned as Governor following her failed Vice Presidential bid in 2008. Since then, her popularity has plummeted and many now say she is unlikely to receive the 2012 presidential nomination should she get in. But that could all change if enough people see “The Undefeated” says Daily Caller
writer Matt Lewis. He argues the movie based on Palin’s life and accomplishments, as governor is remarkably strong and portrays Palin in a very positive light.
Lewis says the film accomplishes three key things: it reminds people why they fell in love with her, it shows how very successful and accomplished she was as governor of Alaska and it tells her story as an underdog. Lewis says these elements could help catapult Palin back into the hearts and minds of GOP, as well as to the top of the 2012 ticket.
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