AC360 Preview: Will she or won’t she?
Sarah Palin rides a motorcycle during the 'Rolling Thunder' Memorial Day event Sunday in Washington on the first day of her 'One Nation' bus tour.
May 30th, 2011
08:06 PM ET

AC360 Preview: Will she or won’t she?

Editor's note: Watch our political panel weigh in on Palin here.

(CNN) - Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is once again at the center of the political stage tonight.

Palin is in the midst of a rather mysterious East Coast bus tour that some political observers are interpreting as a trial balloon for a 2012 presidential campaign. The 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee is keeping details of her trip largely under wraps, with crowds forming simply based on speculation of where and when she might appear.

Related on the CNN Political Ticker: Crowds wait and wait and wait for Palin

Palin says she’s not on a campaign trip. Is that believable?

Tune in to AC360° tonight at 10pm ET for some Raw Politics about Palin and the 2012 GOP field.

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  1. Wayne

    As the pundits pontificate on the question; what is Sara Palin up to?

    I’d like to offer my two cents worth and suggest that she is just playing the publicity for money game. Her fame allows her to write very profitable best selling books, two so far and maybe she’s also playing the Newt Gingrich money raising game, which he has become infamous for. I know she’s an easy and titillating story for the US media but please put her away. Reveal these possibilities and we’ll all be glad to see the empress has no clothes.

    May 30, 2011 at 11:29 pm |
  2. Helena o ke kai

    She hopped on, rode a few feet and got off.

    Gee, just like her political career!

    May 30, 2011 at 10:47 pm |
  3. Cindy

    We as a country can only hope Palin DOES NOT RUN!!! If she is the best the Republicans have to offer, they better regroup very quickly. On second thought, maybe she should run. If the Republicans were crazy enough to have her be their candidate, it would most certanly guarantee a Democratic win! It never ceases to amaze me the short memory people have. Has everyone forgotten all of bumbling during the last election? She couldn't answer basic questions that anyone runnng for a political office should be able to answer. With all of the complalning people are doing with the curren administration, do people honestly believe she is the answer?

    May 30, 2011 at 10:27 pm |
  4. Glenn Chambers

    I am a Vietnam vet and I am disturbed that you spent SO much time covering Sarah Palin on Memorial Day, a day that should have some respect and not the comments of a less than patriotic grandstander.

    May 30, 2011 at 8:50 pm |