Monday, May 30, 2011

Sarah Palin is testing his campaign for 2012 Harley-Davidson

The whimsical Sarah Palin was again noted on arrival Sunday, May 29 Harley-Davidson in Washington. Radiance that feeds the rumors about his possible candidacy for the Republican nomination for the U.S. presidential election of 2012. Egeria the conservative fringe of the Republican Party, the "Tea Party, Sarah Palin has started a tour on the East Coast by joining a parade of tens of thousands of bikers who marched in tribute to veterans.

Sitting in the back of a big engine, Palin, 47, began the day surrounded by bikers with beards and hairy. These take possession each year in the U.S. capital on the eve of Memorial Day, celebrated on Monday. Dressed in black jeans, a leather jacket and helmet, the former Governor of Alaska has attracted the attention of photographers, but many fans demanding autographs upon his arrival at the Pentagon parking .

His supporters have an incentive to compete for entry into the White House with rifle "Sarah, we love you!". Questioned later by the news channel CNN, Sarah Palin served have done this trip, about eighteen months of the presidential "to any particular title," but simply "to thank" veterans.

Sarah Palin will however require a much broader support if she plans to run in the race for the White House. According to a poll by the Quinnipiac University (Connecticut) published in early May, 58% of respondents said they would vote "never" to Palin. She had badly suffered from his lack of experience in the 2008 presidential campaign.

Speculation about his possible candidacy for the Republican Party nomination for 2012 are progressing well and yet the former governor can always count on the support weight. Republican Senator John McCain has indeed said Sunday on Fox News that she would be able to prevail on Mr. Obama.

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