In an interview with The Washington Post this week, attorney Thomas V. Van Flein said Palin has "received hundreds of credible offers since the campaign, none of which she has accepted or pursued, with the exception of her book deal."The Houston Chronicle also reports that Palin might stump for Texas Governor Rick Perry's reelection campaign. We already knew she endorsed him.
Among the offers were jobs in media, including offers to host her own talk show, and requests that she consider appearances in Hollywood productions, he said, declining to be more specific.
Van Flein said he hopes Palin will take time off to rest and be with her family but said, "she is a woman with a lot of energy. We'll see."
"Sarah and I were friends well back before she became a national star," Perry told The Associated Press after a luncheon speech to a Lions Club in Conroe, just north of Houston. "She'll be here."Palin wrote on her twitter today:
Problem w/Professional Politicians:They're more concerned w/holding a title in perpetuity than just accomplishing goals they promised votersAmen sister!
I'm positive that Palin will use her star power to change the face of national politics and the political discourse we are all so sick and tired of. Go Sarah!