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    WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Gov. Sarah Palin said Wednesday that she would be honored to help President-elect Barack Obama in his new administration, even if he did hang around with an "unrepentant domestic terrorist."
    Gov. Sarah Palin says she will support President-elect Barack Obama and his new administration.





    The Alaska governor said in an interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer that she would be willing to help if Obama asked her for assistance on some of the issues she highlighted during this year's campaign, such as energy or services for special-needs children.
    "It would be my honor to assist and support our new president and the new administration," said Palin, whom Sen. John McCain chose as his running mate in August.
    "I speak for other Republicans and Republican governors, also," she said.
    "They would be willing also to seize this opportunity that we have to progress this nation together, in a united front."
    But asked moments later about some of the tough rhetoric she hurled from the stump, she said she was "still concerned" about Obama's ties to former Weather Underground member-turned-Chicago college professor William Ayers. Watch Palin discuss how she could help Obama
    "If anybody still wants to talk about it, I will," she said. "Because this is an unrepentant domestic terrorist who had campaigned to blow up, to destroy our Pentagon and our U.S. Capitol.

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    "That's an association that still bothers me, and I think it's fair to still talk about it," she continued.
    "However, the campaign is over. That chapter is closed. Now is the time to move on and make sure all of us are doing all that we can to progress this nation." Watch Palin talk about Ayers
    Palin was attending the annual Republican Governors Association convention in Miami, Florida. She was interviewed for CNN's "The Situation Room" -- the latest of several high-profile appearances for the ex-VP candidate. She will also appear Wednesday night on CNN's "Larry King Live."
    There's speculation that Palin, as well as other incumbent governors at the conference -- such as Charlie Crist of Florida, Bobby Jindal of Louisiana and Tim Pawlenty of Minnesota -- could all have designs on the Republican presidential nomination in the next race for the White House. All three governors were on McCain's list of possible running mates before he selected Palin. See how past VP candidates have done in their presidential bids
    As the 2012 buzz takes off, a new poll suggests that just less than half of all Americans have a favorable view of Palin.
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    Forty-nine percent of those questioned in a CNN/Opinion Research Corp. survey released Wednesday have a favorable opinion of Palin, with 43 percent viewing her unfavorably.
    That is lower than a previous poll, suggesting that favorable opinions of Palin are dropping among Americans.
    "In early September, just after the GOP convention, her favorable rating among registered voters was 57 percent, and only a quarter of all registered voters had an unfavorable view of her," CNN Polling Director Keating Holland said.
    "Palin is less popular than Vice President-elect Joe Biden, with a 64 percent favorable rating, or her boss on the GOP ticket during the just-completed campaign, John McCain, who is seen favorably by 61 percent of the public."
    The poll also suggests that men have a slightly more positive view of Palin than women, with 51 percent of males viewing her favorably, 3 percentage points higher than female respondents. Forty-one percent of males have an unfavorable opinion of Palin, compared with 45 percent of female survey respondents. Watch what McCain says about Palin
    "With fairly high negatives and lower support among women, who should be a natural constituency for Palin, she's not starting off from a position of strength," Holland said. "The question is no longer whether Palin was a drag on the McCain ticket but whether her unfavorables could be a drag on a future Palin ticket." See how Americans view Palin



    Among Republicans, though, Palin's rating remains high, with 86 percent of Republicans questioned in the poll holding a favorable opinion of her. That number drops to 48 percent among independents and 27 percent among Democrats.
    The CNN/Opinion Research Corp. poll was conducted November 6 to 9, with 1,246 adult Americans questioned by telephone. The survey's sampling error is plus or minus 3 percentage points.
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    Obama, I know you're all nice and shit, but please don't let this bitch have the honor of being a part of your administration... I can already see her stirring shit from the inside out.

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    AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAH!!!!

    *breathe*

    AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHA!! !

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    But...

    If she was in the Obama administration, wouldn't that make her someone who pals around with terrorists? Or at least someone who pals around with someone who pals around with terrorists?

    Let's see, can I even imagine a scenario in which Obama would want her in his administration (haaaaaaaaaaaa haaaaaaaaaaa)?

    This is rich, truly rich.

    I bet John McCain is glad he didn't win so he doesn't have to associate with her retarded ass anymore. Imagine how she'd comport herself as VP.

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    Fine, Ok, I hereby nominate Gov. Sarah Palin to serve as the Live Demonstrator of the "Non-Torture" Techniques utilized in Guantanamo Bay detemtion center during the (hopefully) upcoming Congressional Hearings. She can be part of the Justice Dept.'s case against Bushy Boy & Co.

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    She can be put in charge of keeping an eye on Russia. They can station her out on some remote little island with nothing but a warm coat, igloo and good binoculars.

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    Put her in charge of pickup up the dogshit from the new puppy off the whitehouse lawn.
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    AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAH!!!!

    *breathe*

    AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHA!! !

    What she said.
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    Sarah Palin is the new definition of desperate.

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    How about Secretary of Stupid. Obama is a smart guy so he just might not understand the plight and issues of the truly idiotic - he is all about reaching out to the opposition after all.

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    I second for secretary of stupid - no wait, she's too dumb for that job...

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    And if she doesn't shut up about the supposed 'Ayers/terrorist' connection I am going to lose it. There is nothing there.
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    Every administration needs at least one token dumbass.

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    She should be the ambassador to Africa.

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    Or maybe Family Planning...
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