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Published:July 11th, 2011 10:06 EST

Hottie Sarah Palin Tells Newsweek: I Can Win

By Robert Paul Reyes

"`I believe that I can win a national election,` Sarah Palin told Newsweek, as she explained how she believes Americans are `desperate` and `deserving` of `positive change.`

I`m not so egotistical as to believe that it has to be me, or it can only be me, to turn things around,` the 2008 GOP vice presidential nominee told the magazine. `But I do believe that I can win.`"



It`s no surprise that Tina Brown, the new editor-in chief of Newsweek magazine, put Sarah Palin on the cover of her publication. Brown is steeped in the culture of tabloid journalism, and we will see more bimbos the likes of Princess Diana, Sarah Palin and Snooki on the cover of Newsweek.

Sarah Palin keeps her brand name alive by periodically hinting that she will run for president, in doing so she energizes her base and scares the poop out of liberals.

Everybody take a deep breath -- Sarah Palin won`t run and she can`t win. The former beauty queen resigned as governor of Alaska because the responsibility of running the least populated state in the country was too much for her mushy brain, there is no way that she would take on the mantle of Leader of the Free World.

The electorate is desperate and deserving of positive change, but Americans aren`t desperate or crazy enough to turn to Sarah Palin.

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