Now that the midterm elections are over and the GOP has regained control of the U.S. House, top Republican leaders are focusing on their next big goal: Stopping former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin from running for president. Politico reported that many top GOP leaders believe “Palin’s nomination would ensure President Barack Obama’s re-election, as the deficiencies that marked her 2008 debut as a vice presidential nominee — an intensely polarizing political style and often halting and superficial answers when pressed on policy — have shown little sign of abating in the past two years.” Palin dismissed the article, saying that the anonymous sources needed to “man up” and that they were “making stuff up again.”
Registered?Commenting on WE Blog now requires you to be a Kansas.com member. Use the links above to register, if you haven't already, or to log in.
Do you tweet? Follow us on Twitter: @WE_Tweet.