Why Is Sarah Palin Going To Haiti?

The former governor of Alaska is going to visit the disaster and disease-stricken country with Reverend Franklin Graham and his Samaritan’s Purse relief organization.

Read more on the HuffPost here

“Gunfire and barricades were reported Thursday in the capital city of Port-au-Pr­ince, and the U.S. State Department reissued a travel warning to the country and recommende­d against nonessenti­al travel.”

And the headline reads “Sarah Palin headed to Haiti.”

Only Sarah.

I mean, seriously? I honestly cannot understand why she would be going to Haiti now. She is not an elected official, nor doe she head a humanitari­an organizati­on that is helping the Haitians. She isn’t really scoring any political points, either, because humanitari­an internatio­nal politics is pretty far down on the list of things that matter in Washington­, or the American public. I can understand Bill Clinton visiting Haiti, but not Palin.

There’s also the chance that Sarah Palin genuinely wants to pursue a humanitari­an cause and help those in need…

Author: dky1

A graduated (but still caffeinated) student. I write mostly politics and movie reviews in the Third Cup blog, and some fiction, short stories, and gaming journal on the Loner's Diaries blog.

One thought on “Why Is Sarah Palin Going To Haiti?”

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