October 5th, 2011 was a sad day. A super-sad day. It was day that Sarah Palin decided not to run for president. It was definitely a I-must-not-throw-up-in-public kind of super-sad day, especially since I was helping host a student government function as first-year class president (at this current time, I blame my “Breaking News” app on my iPhone that alerted me to this travesty).
1. a fair, objective, and permissive attitude toward those whose opinions, practices, race, religion, nationality, etc., differ from one’s own; freedom from bigotry.
2. a fair, objective, and permissive attitude toward opinions and practices that differ from one’s own.
Ever since October 5th,I have been haunted with the decision of who to support in 2012. I have had to reevaluate the qualifications necessary to take on the Presidency, along with vet each and every GOP candidate. Whenever I think I have chosen who to support I then take their records and put them next to Governor Sarah Palin’s, they can barely even stand.
On Tuesday October 5th all Palin’s supporter’s hearts were a little broken. We all had our hopes set high, and prepared ourselves for the best, but when we heard Governor Palin’s Statement, read by Mark Levin, our hearts sank. Many of us expected a, “Gotcha” to come afterwards, but we were then met with reality. Governor Palin was and is not going to run for President in 2012.