Barbara Bush Desires That Sarah Palin Restrict Herself To Alaska

November 23rd, 2010 - 7:26 pm ICT by Pen Men At Work  

November 23, 2010 (Pen Men at Work): The former American First Lady, Barbara Bush, who has been characterized as a forthright female, has once again, some analysts admit, exhibited her forthrightness. The octogenarian Barbara is the wife of the former American President, George H.W. Bush. She has divulged in an interview organized by Larry King for his famous chat show, ‘Larry King Live’, that Sarah Palin is gorgeous but she should remain in her home state of Alaska, of which Palin is the former Governor.

The interview, telecast on Monday on CNN, consisted of Barbara mentioning to King that she positioned herself next to Palin once and deemed that Palin was attractive. Barbara also voiced to King that she believed that Palin was quite contented in Alaska but instantaneously declared that she hoped that Palin would stay put in Alaskan territory.

This comment of Barbara has ignited discussions in the American media, the segments of which have interpreted Barbara’s observations as a reflection of hers that Palin is not a suitable Republican candidate for the American Presidency in 2012, considering reports in the media that

Sarah is visualizing the pros and cons of a potential presidential bid from her in 2012. Some political analysts have observed that Palin’s divisiveness, paucity of knowledge about global affairs and the fact that she is admired by the radical Tea Party might have ignited this indirectly disapproving remark from Barbara.

Meanwhile, in the chat show, Barbara, who was accompanied by her husband, lauded the triumph of her son, George W. Bush, whose memoir, Decision Points, has been classified as a ‘success’ by the Bush family. George H.W. Bush remarked, in a typically Texan way, that his son had promoted the book awesomely.

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