Palin to run as independent? ‘Not out of realm of possibility’

A fellow tea-party candidate and Alaskan politician who drew Sarah Palin’s endorsement in 2010 says it’s not “out of the realm of possibility” that the former governor might still run for president in 2012 … as an independent.

Former Republican U.S. Senate candidate Joe Miller evaluated the chances Palin might run in a conversation with Aaron Klein during the host’s “Aaron Klein Investigative Radio” program on New York City’s WABC Radio.

When asked if Palin, who announced she would not seek the Republican nomination for president, might consider running as an independent, Miller replied, “You know, I think it’s unlikely. I don’t think it’s out of the realm of possibility, but certainly if you ask her today, I think she would affirm that there’s no way she would do that.



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