Politics & Government

February 24, 2011 6:39 PM

Even GOP activists are turning against Sarah Palin

As Sarah Palin wonders whether to run for president, she might want to talk to people in places such as South Carolina. She'd find her star fading, and her prospects daunting. Republicans still like her, but now they openly question whether she could or should be nominated for president, let alone elected.

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