McCain still loves Palin, but not enough for 2012
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"Oh, no. I — listen, I think the world of Sarah Palin," McCain said. "She energized our party. She has a bright future in our party. I'm pleased to have known her and her wonderful family."
"Listen I think the world of Governor Palin, hur husband Todd, her family. I'm honored that she would run with me," he said.
So much admiration that he would support her in 2012? Well, maybe not that much.
"He might run," King said matter of factly.
"Jon would be astonished that I just said that," gulped McCain.
“He’s a great leader for the Republicans in the Senate,” he added. “But let me just say, I don’t know who’s running and all that, but I will always be grateful to Sarah Palin for her friendship and her strong principles and leadership.”
Can she read?
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