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Rove, Huckabee and Parnell Ponder Palin’s Future

Posted on Jul 5, 2009

Three prominent members of Sarah Palin’s Republican cohort—Karl Rove, Mike Huckabee and her successor, Alaska’s Lt. Gov. Sean Parnell—weighed in on this week’s “Fox News Sunday” to give their takes on the outgoing governor’s possible reasons for quitting and wonder whether she hurt or helped her chances to stay in the political spotlight.

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By katydid, July 6, 2009 at 1:58 pm Link to this comment

She needs a bigger income to pay lawyer fees incurred from her shenanigans as mayor and governor.  I see Fox news getting a new commentator

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By Anarcissie, July 6, 2009 at 11:25 am Link to this comment

I imagine future performances by Governor Palin might prove even more entertaining than those we have already witnessed.  However, my guess is that we are about to witness a transition from hands-on politics to media.

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By jim, July 6, 2009 at 3:52 am Link to this comment
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I wish people would stop calling her a quitter. It’s true, but if she takes it to heart she may decide not to quit. Is that really what you want!!?!!

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