Sarah Palin now says she would consider being the candidate if asked.
Although it would be an unlikely scenario, Palin said she might consider throwing her hat into the ring if pressed.
She was asked specifically what she would do if the Republican party faced an open convention this August — meaning none of the current candidates would have sewn up the nomination by then — and someone asked her to stand.
“Anything is possible. I don’t close any doors that perhaps would be open out there, so no, I wouldn’t close that door. My plan is to be at that convention,” she told CNN in her hometown of Wasilla, Alaska.
Take this for what it is, the posturing of conflicted human being. On one hand, she loves the cameras and attention that comes with being at the center of a political campaign. On the other she is too undisciplined and lazy to do the real work of campaigning, so she hopes for a shortcut to the nomination. Good luck with that Sarah. Mitt’s inept, but he’s not that inept.