This is the Sarah Palin everybody knew was there during the 2008 campaign, but who the McCain campaign tried to keep harnessed.

Now McCain can do nothing but nod and appreciate the endorsement from the woman his campaign tried to keep partly muzzled. It’s funny how the current public sentiment toward entrenched politicians can make one of the biggest proponents of some of the policies that caused the formation of the Tea Parties that oppose those policies suddenly applaud Sarah’s shout-out to the Tea Partiers.

In essence, out of a sense of loyalty and in appreciation for the national stage McCain provided her, Sarah Palin rode into town to help rescue John McCain from himself:

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2 Responses to “Palin Stumps for McCain, But Free to Be Herself This Time”

  1. Rick on March 27th, 2010 3:13 pm

    Hopefully,McCain had to agree to a one year ban from talk shows.Palin will probably save his bacon just in time for him to vote for Amnesty and leave a note on DedTed’s grave.

    (rumors of basketball Sunday afternoon,lol)

  2. Doug on March 27th, 2010 6:15 pm

    Ah yes! Hoops on Sunday… Didn't expect Tennessee to beat OSU just like I didn't expect Michigan State to get this far at all.

    Speaking of Palin, the risk is that she endorses McCain and he goes on to co-sponsor horrible ideas and harms her political career. But I'd say this endorsement of McCain is just about the best evidence that she's not going to be running in 2012.

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