“I was for taking the gamble of putting her on the ticket, I don’t think it hurt the ticket in 2008. — I think her stepping down as governor of Alaska was a big problem."
"People don’t like to see a candidate, a governor, an executive — absent some medical reason or whatever — just leave office early. And she had been a good governor — incidentally — of Alaska until then."
"So, I think that is something, I think, she has to recover from in terms of being a serious leader in the party. Still has a lot of loyalty, still can shape the debate, she still has a great political touch.”
“I think the way Palin would possibly resurrect herself — if that’s the right word or rehabilitate herself, I think is a better way of putting it — run for Senate in Alaska in 2014,” — I’m not urging that. I’m just saying, if I were her adviser, I would say, Take on the incumbent, you have to win a primary, then you have to beat an incumbent Democrat, it’s not easy.”Ok Bill, let’s set the record straight — Palin resigned from office due to the enormous costs and distractions of battling frivolous ethics investigations launched against her from (in my opinion) both sides of the aisle...
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