The day after Palin announced that she wouldn't be running for president, she called in to the Bob and Mark radio show to answer questions about her decision. When asked what kind of metaphorical earthquake would be required for her to run, she said "it would have to be at least a 10.3..." With that, a movement (otherwise known as a Facebook page) sprung up among Palin supporters called "Sarah Palin's Earthquake."
This is an attempt to round up all of the Sarah Palin supporters to see if we can create the "Earthquake" that she said it would take to get her to reconsider running for President. If nothing else, it will show her we will support her and have her back.
As of this writing, the page has 3,200 members. Are they delusional? Will there be enough of them to alter the nomination process by dividing the conservative vote? Why won't they just go away?
I ask for your answers. I have my own, for, alas, I am one of them.