Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, whose shining moment was four years ago when she abruptly became the GOP’s vice presidential candidate under Sen. John McCain’s failed bid for president, may have hit her last bump in the road this week.
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She was supposed to be spotlighted as a commentator regarding Sen. John McCain’s Republican National Convention speech this week via her employer, Fox News, but has been bumped.
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Palin responded on Facebook late yesterday afternoon by stating:
I’m sorry Fox cancelled all my scheduled interviews tonight because I sure wanted to take the opportunity on the air to highlight Senator John McCain’s positive contributions to America, to honor him, and to reflect on what a biased media unfairly put him through four years ago tonight. Granted, our honored and esteemed war hero has gone through much more than the liberal media can ever do to him in their efforts to harm this patriot. I look forward to hearing his words to his fellow Americans tonight more than any of the other convention speeches. God bless John McCain. Thank you for everything. And happy birthday, my friend.
Palin’s cancellation is explained by Fox as a necessary move since the Republican National Convention was condensed from four days to three days due to Monday’s eliminated activities due to Tropical Storm Isaac threatening the Tampa, Florida area where the Convention is being held.
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Palin’s die-hard supporters who remain are fantasizing about her being Thursday night’s “Mystery Speaker” at the RNC. Realists, however, understand that it isn’t a good sign for Palin when she gets ‘tweeked’ out of a high-profile spot on the Republican’s biggest night of the year.
Most are appropriately saying that Palin’s unwanted and cancelled commentary is just one more sign that she is on her way out at Fox – which would end her lucrative contract as well as her extended 15 minutes.
Things would have been so different for Sarah Palin if she wouldn’t have stepped down from the governorship role in Alaska, but she’s not even a politician anymore.
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