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Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (at least for another 13 days) told the Associated Press she’s not only planning on keeping a firmly planted seat in politics, but she’s going to take her position to a national level as soon as she’s officially finished relinquishing the reins as governor at the end of the month.

Palin told the AP she’s going to write a book, campaign for political candidates, and build up a “right-of-center coalition.”

“I will go around the country on behalf of candidates who believe in the right things, regardless of their party label or affiliation,” she said in an interview published Sunday in The Washington Times.

The former Republican vice presidential nominee and strong representative of both the Republican Party and conservative movement, I’m personally glad to hear Palin’s not going to back down and go home, even in the face of all the ridiculous lawsuits and radically skewed liberal media attention she’s received almost nonstop since the world first really heard about the backwoods Alaskan governor when Sen. John McCain announced her as his vice presidential running mate 11 months ago.

I expected nothing less from the woman who touted herself as a fisherwoman, huntress, snowmobile rider, and conqueror of corrupt politics.

Palin is also the first woman to be nominated for vice president as a Republican and only the second to run for vice president on a major party ticket, after Democrat Geraldine Ferraro in 1984.

Representing Alaska big time, Palin’s also the first Alaskan, let alone woman, to be on the ticket for either party.

And if Palin gets elected as president in 2012….

Brittany @ July 13, 2009

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