Sarah Palin’s convention dare

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July 17, 2012

The Mitt Romney campaign hasn’t invited Sarah Palin to speak at — or even attend — next month’s Republican National Convention, in Tampa, Newsweek’s Peter Boyer reported.

The convention schedule is still in flux, according to convention spokesman James Davis.

“While convention planning is well underway, we have not made any decisions on program schedule or speakers at this time,” Davis said. “We will announce those details closer to the event.

Palin surely knows that the official schedule isn’t set, but that didn’t prevent her from pouncing at Boyer’s inquiry, saying she suspects she’s “not the only one accepting consequences for calling out both sides of the aisle” and that “in accepting those consequences… you don’t invite yourself to the Big Dance.”

Palin has never shied away away from an invitation to knock the Republican establishment, and she has a knack for turning those knocks into rallying cries. Boyer gifted her with just such an opportunity, which turned into a dare to the Romney camapign: Want to fire up the right wing? Watch this.

To read more, visit: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/she-the-people/post/sarah-palins-convention-dare/2012/07/16/gJQAYZCcpW_blog.html

1 Comment - what are your thoughts?

  • Lindsey says:

    I am still waiting for a third party candidate in this election. Obama and Romney are both terrible choices! Run Sarah Run!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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