Politico says that the Republican establishment will attempt to stop Sarah Palin's bid for the presidency in 2012. They say she has no chance of beating Obama. Like Karl Rove's opposition to Christine O'Donnell, many view Palin as the same type of political character. She'll find support among a small vocal group - but lack widespread appeal and not enough to beat a strong Democrat opponent.
Here are a few Sarah Palin image-changers:
Speeches on fiscal policy that receive positive reviews from major newspapers...
She's made some mistakes - especially on how to handle hostile media, but what could you expect from somebody thrust into the spotlight like she was?
It'll be interesting to watch her re-shape her image.
Oh, one more thing:
Before you make fun of Palin's warning to tea partiers not to "party like it's 1773" make sure you know what happened in 1773.