"I will go around the country on behalf of candidates who believe in the right things, regardless of their party label or affiliation," she said over lunch in her downtown office, 40 miles from her now-famous hometown of Wasilla -- population 7,000 -- where she began her political career.Read the whole thing, but try not to freak out over the headline:
"People are so tired of the partisan stuff -- even my own son is not a Republican," said Mrs. Palin . . .
EXCLUSIVE: Palin to stump for conservative DemocratsWell, hypothetically, perhaps -- assuming there is a contested election featuring a Democratic candidate "who believe[s] in the right things" vs. a Republican who doesn't. More likely, she sounds like she might be signaling her willingness to back some GOP primary challengers -- the Club For Growth types -- against RINO incumbents.
Given that I'm already campaigning for the defeat of the Waxman-Markey Eight -- the worthless sellouts who voted for the Nancy Pelosi's "cap-and-trade" energy tax -- why should I object to Palin joining the RINO hunt?
Also: Anybody want to buy a T-shirt?
UPDATE: Maybe Sarah Palin is talking about campaigning against the Republican senator who had his hand on David Brooks' thigh?
UPDATE II: The editors at The Washington Times came up with a new headline:
EXCLUSIVE: Palin plans to stay in politicsMuch better.