The emergence of a Palin faction comes as Republicans gird for a battle over the future of their party: Some see her as a charismatic, hawkish conservative leader with the potential, still unrealized, to cross over to attract moderate voters. Anger among Republicans who see Palin as a star and as a potential future leader has boiled over because, they say, they see other senior McCain aides preparing to blame her in the event he is defeated.
I swear, it might almost be worth voting these two in just to watch the fun as they tear each other apart in the Oval Office. Can't you just see McCain... having a sleepless night because of Russia, or Iran or North Korea or whatnot coming down to the Oval Office to sit in that great chair for some inspiration.
He turns on the lights and finds... PALIN! Sitting in the chair! With her, of course, is her hubby and all sorts of diagrams and polls as they plot how to throw John overboard for the nomination in 2012.
Naturally, he immediately calls a Press Conference to denounce her as a scheming c-nt, his face the same color as a ripe tomato as he grimaces in rage. Meanwhile, at the same time, she's having her own Press Conference letting us all know that John McCain isn't a "real American who sees America the way that you and I see America"... possibly with Michele Bachmann at her side.
OMG, it would be so delicious. Of course, the country would be F-ed over, but good. Of course, it isn't like the Republicans have cared much about that up til now, so why cry over spilled $rillions... right?
Or not. Guess, I'll stick with Obama/Biden. *still, that is really tempting*