New York, Nov.1 (ANI): Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin has said that she would be willing to make the sacrifices necessary to be considered a serious candidate for the 2012 US presidential elections.
Palin told Fox News that "the country is worth it, though, to make those sacrifices, when we talk about making money today, having a lot of fun today, having all this freedom. If the country needed me-and I'm not saying that the country does and that the country would ever necessarily want to choose me over anyone else-but I would be willing to make the sacrifices if need be for America."
She was responding to Wallace's comment that he did not expect her to run after telling him, "I love the freedom that I have, that I can sit here and I can tell you anything that I want to tell you and not have to worry so much about how it will affect my future political career, or my relationship with the senators or congressmen."
She said there are many men and women whom she would support if they were willing to run, but she declined to name any, CBS News reports. (ANI)