Thursday, July 26, 2012
When Governor Palin accompanied her husband to the NBC party this week to promote the network's fall lineup, which includes Stars Earn Stripes, featuring Todd Palin, she was asked a very important question. With all the buzz lately about Mitt Romney's failure to date to invite her to speak at the Republican National Convention, and with many prominent figures stating she absolutely should have a major speaking role, it only makes sense that she would be asked about it.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin says she will decide this week whether to attend the Republican convention in Tampa next month.
"We'll have an announcement in a couple of days," she told a reporter for the Tampa Bay Times Wednesday. “I don't know if we'll do anything fancy as a press conference, but we'll get the word out."
Several Republican luminaries have called for Palin to serve as a speaker at the Aug. 27-30 convention. That includes South Carolina Sen. Jim DeMint, former presidential candidate Newt Gingrich, and commentator Pat Buchanan.