She might be playing coy with the national media, but Sarah Palin can't fool me: I know for a fact that Sarah Barracuda will, in fact, enter the race for the 2012 Republican nomination.
And while I'm certainly no fan of the former Alaska governor, I have to admit her New Hampshire strategy is refreshingly unique. While potential rivals like Mitt Romney and Tim Pawlenty (T-PAW!) are busy with book signings and meetings with business owners here in the Granite State, Palin opted to open a gas station at 15 Willow St. to prove to Granite Staters that she has actual experience when it comes to job creation and stimulating the economy.
Now according to the New Hampshire Secretary of State's office, the aforementioned gas station is owned by a one Tanveer Akhter, but anyone with half a brain can see right through that not-so-clever ruse. I mean, for starters, just look at the name of the place:
You'll also notice that the former Mayor of Wasilla got all "maverick-y" with spelling of "Maverick," at least on the awning above the gas pumps. I mean, who needs that elitist, East Coast, uppity correct spelling, anyway?
I'm on to you, Sarah. Momma didn't raise no fool.