The day after the election, Sarah Palin made a comment about how she would regret it if she cost John McCain one single vote. Let's put her mind at ease. It's not her fault; it's John McCain's own fault for the blatant display of poor judgement in selecting you, Governor Palin. And indeed it did cost him votes. I can name names. Oh, yes I can.
Going forward, I have a wee bit of advice for Sarah. If you are indeed a "maverick", let other people say it; it's more seemly. If you have to tell your audience "it's not mean or negative to talk about, blah, blah, blah", then it probably is mean and negative.
Have a safe trip back to Alaska and don't dwell on the loss too long. Hey, look at all the swag you got! Enjoy it and then think about how that spending spree impacted the election as well. What I really don't get, Sarah; may I call you Sarah, is why you accepted the candidacy to begin with. Did you honestly think you were qualified to be one heartbeat away from the Presidency? It suggests to me your ego is larger than your common sense.
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