Sarah Palin Discusses Potential Presidential Run In Greatest Detail Yet
Sarah Palin is set to reveal, in what may be her most frank and clear terms yet, the necessary steps that she believes she must take in order to prepare herself for a presidential run in 2012, an undertaking that is looking increasingly likely. What's more, she spills it to the New York Times.
Palin admits to Robert Draper of the New York Times magazine that "proving my record" is "a hurdle I would have to cross, that some other potential candidates wouldn't have to cross right out of the chute," according to Politico's advance look of the article.
"That's the most frustrating thing for me -- the warped and perverted description of my record and what I've accomplished over the last two decades," Palin continued. "It's been much more perplexing to me than where the lamestream media has wanted to go about my personal life. And other candidates haven't faced these criticisms the way I have. ... I'm on television nearly every single day with reporters ... Now granted, that's mainly through my job at Fox News, and I'm very proud to be associated with them, but I'm not avoiding anything or anybody.
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