Palin ‘Considering’ Senate Run


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Appearing Tuesday on The Sean Hannity Show, syndicated across the country, former vice presidential candidate and Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin told Hannity that she had considered running for the Senate from her home state.

Hannity asked her whether she would support the formation of a third party, a “Freedom Party”; she answered, “Well, it’s certainly not my first choice. The Republican Party is the party of Lincoln and Reagan and the planks in the platform are right for this country. I stand strong on those planks. I just wish more of our leadership and the movers and shakers in the party would stand strong on those planks with the rest of us, those of us who want to stop Barack Obama’s transformation of America….If they in the party abandon us, we have no other choice, but it’s not the first choice to go there.”

Hannity then asked Palin if she had considered running for Senate from Alaska. “I’ve considered it because people have requested me considering it, but I’m still waiting to see what the lineup will be….I’m glad you brought that up because Sen. Mark Begich has got to be replaced. He has not done what he has promised to do for the people of Alaska, and that was to represent what it is that the nation needs in terms of energy development and so many other natural resource development issues that are near and dear to an Alaskan’s heart. Because he’s on the wrong side of the aisle, he has to go along to get along with his Democrat leadership, and that’s a shame, that’s a waste of opportunity for our nation.”



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