Whether Sarah Palin even runs for the Presidency in 2012, Mitt Romney again puts himself above party and country and takes a swipe at the Alaska Governor, Sarah Palin.
In the latest instance of a high-profile GOP member taking a passing swipe at the party’s 2008 vice presidential candidate, former Massachusetts governor and GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney jokingly dismissed Sarah Palinâ€™s inclusion on Timeâ€™s list of influential people in an interview broadcast Sunday.
He asked, was â€œthe issue on the most beautiful people or the most influential people?â€
Romney, appearing on CNNâ€™s â€œState of the Union,â€ was replying to a question from moderator John King on whether Timeâ€™s inclusion of Palin and talk show host Rush Limbaugh on their list of â€œThe Worldâ€™s Most Influential Peopleâ€ was good or bad for the Republican Party.
Romney, who has not ruled out another White House bid, said he wanted more influential Republicans on the list before adding pointedly: â€œI think there are a lot more influential Republicans than that would suggest.â€
Mitt, face it. You will NEVER be the GOP Presidential nominee no matter who runs.
The Republican Party needs a new generation of leadership not retread, old and worn-out politicians who have flip-flopped there way through political life.
Sarah Palin may not be a GOP Presidential nominee, but I can guarantee Mitt Romney will not be.
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