Most of us don’t begin the summer by crashing the annual Memorial Day weekend gathering of bikers at Rolling Thunder , a Washington event to honor veterans. But most of us are not Sarah Palin . While Republican presidential contenders Mitt Romney , Jon Huntsman and Tim Pawlenty are holding traditional coffee klatches in Iowa and New Hampshire, Palin is on the road.
Sarah Palin left chanting supporters at a Tea Party rally in Iowa without a clear signal about her presidential ambitions while demonstrating she intends to remain a vocal critic of Democratic and Republican politicians.
Sarah Palin is learning that attention is a depreciating asset. Her latest melodrama revolved around whether she would show up at a Tea Party event in Iowa on Saturday. In the end, she did. Yet that only begged a question: Does anyone, including Republican primary voters, still care?
Sarah Palin calls local media “biased and unfair” and praises an energy speech by then- candidate Barack Obama in some of the thousands of e-mails sent during her first two years as governor of Alaska.