More 2016 Goodness – Sarah Palin, ExtraTV
More 2016 Goodness – “I will bet you anything that Hillary Clinton will be the Democrat nominee,” former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin told ExtraTV in an interview. “In fact, your host – Mario Lopez – I will bet him the best home-cooked dinner ever that it is Hillary.” Lopez responded, “I like that bet! It’s on! I look forward to moose or whatever you’re cooking for me. Thank you.”
As the segment closed, Gov. Palin was asked if she will run for President in 2016. “Never say never. Who knows? Stranger things have happened. There are still many months to go,” she said.
All the declared candidates and exploratory committees had started gearing up four to six months prior to their launches – and in some cases upwards of a year. Sarah Palin has not taken a single action we are aware of toward launching a campaign. The first debate out of nine sanctioned by the GOP is August 6th, and the second one is September 16. The Iowa Caucus is February 1, 2016. Prior to the second debate, candidates must have ops on the ground in two early states. Candidates must prepare for primaries and caucuses. They must have teams of volunteers in all 50 states, D.C., and the territories gathering signatures to get their names on the ballot during the filing periods.
You can follow the complete timeline of her 2016 actions and statements, which also includes lists of declared candidates (10 as this story goes to press), exploratory committees (4 as we go to press), rules and admission criteria for the first two debates, and key dates in the 2016 election.
Privacy breaches and media hypocrisy drive Gov. Palin’s passion on the Duggar family issue, she said. The entire Duggar family has suffered for the bad actions of their son. Meanwhile, Lena Dunham – a self-described sexual predator who used her sister for “sexual experiments” is rewarded with fame and fortune.
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