Saturday, May 28, 2011
Tomorrow Governor Palin, family, and SarahPAC staff head out on their "One Nation" bus tour. They will start out in the nation's capital at the Rolling Thunder motorcycle ride in honor of our vets.
"So will Adrienne Ross be there in D.C. on her Harley-Davidson?" some people have tweeted, emailed, or Facebooked to ask. Good question. The answer, unfortunately, is no. But it would be fun, I'm sure. I won't be on my bike, but it's possible Governor Palin will be on one. According to The Washington Post:
The former Alaska governor, who is the subject of a lot of overheated speculation about whether she will run for president in 2012, has accepted an invitation to participate in the annual Rolling Thunder memorial ride this Sunday, an official says.
“As far as I know, she is trying to rent a motorcycle, so she can ride with her husband,” said Nancy Regg, a spokeswoman for Rolling Thunder.
Gregg says the tentative plan is for Palin to join up with the ride at the Pentagon at 7 a.m. The ride kicks off at noon, and hundreds of bikers will snake through D.C. to the event’s main stage, which will be between the Reflecting Pool and the Korean War Veterans Memorial on the Mall. The program is scheduled to kick off at 1 p.m.
The Rolling Thunder appearance is Palin’s first stop on a nationwide bus tour she’s dubbed “One Nation.” Here’s Palin on why she’s getting on the bus:
“We'll celebrate the good things that bring Americans together; those things that will give us the needed strength to meet the heady challenges ahead. I’ve said many times that America doesn’t need a ‘fundamental transformation,’ instead we need a restoration of all that is good and strong and free in America! So, together let’s prepare ourselves for the days ahead by reminding ourselves who we are and what Americans stand for.”
Follow the "One Nation" bus tour here.