The question the Republicans are left answer after this election is What will happen with Sarah Palin?
Now while things didn't go as planned when Sarah Palin was chosen to be McCain's running mate, there is still alot of hope for her.
My advice to her and her supporters is don't rush to be in front of the line.
Sarah Palin can take a page from the Hillary Clinton playbook. When Hillary Clinton won her senate seat, she had the rock star status from being first lady but she wanted to be taken seriously. She became a student of policies.
Sarah Palin has this same potential. She can become a real expert on energy independence and other issues, but she cannot let the ambition of becoming president keep her from becoming president.
People are talking about her running in 2012 and I ask why. In 2016 she will only be 52 and watching her on the campaign trail, she will be a young 52 with alot of energy.
Her negatives came from inexperience and a couple of devistating interviews, but it is encouraging to know those negatives can be reversed. They are not personality flaws. In fact her personality was her appeal. The folksy speaker can relate to the average person.
If I had the opportunity to advise Gov. Palin, I would suggest her to take her time. She will know when she is ready, and when she is ready she will the leader Republicans were looking for.