The sun began to peep at Tuesday morning when supporters and reporters congregated in front of Sarah Palin’s bus in a hotel parking lot, former Alaska governor, whose third day of her East Coast tour is expected to include stops at the Civil War battlefield and maybe a trip to the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Yesterday, Palin was reserved about the possibility of plans to run for president in 2012.
A reporter asked about her plans, “I don’t know, I honestly don’t know. It’s still a matter of considering much, there truly is a lot to consider before you throw your name out there in the name of service because it’s so all consuming.”
One Nation tour was a ploy to play with the media.
“No, that’s not the purpose,” Palin.
Palin was asked what a presidential run might look like if she made one, Palin said that it wouldn’t be like those of her potential rivals for the GOP nomination.
It would be unconventional and nontraditional, Palin.
The indecision isn’t stopping the support Palin’s getting in Gettysburg.
Scribbings in notes from well wishers were taped to the door of the Sarah PAC “One Nation” bus by 6:45 a.m.
Two fans took pictures in front of the bus. The young women, who refused to give their names, explained that they had waited for three and a half hours on Memorial Day at a battlefield monument where Palin was a no show for several hundred fans.