Sarah Palin Says ‘Anything Is Possible’ But That’s a Lie (VIDEO)

sarah palinAs a 5'7" woman with a vertical jump of about three inches, do you think it's possible for me to play in the NBA? If I quit my job and just dedicated my life to becoming the best basketball player I could be, do you think, in any way, shape, or form, that I could become good enough to compete on the same level as LeBron James or Jeremy Lin? I don't. I happen to believe in the limits of possibilities because, yeah, I think that no matter how hard I tried, I could never get drafted in the National Basketball Association. Sarah Palin, on the other hand, might disagree with me. She might think that if I put my mind to it, I could do anything. She told CNN that "anything in this life, in this world, is possible. Anything is possible for an American. I don't discount any idea or plan at the point isn't in my control. Anything is possible."

Unfortunately, Sarah's not talking about professional basketball. She's talking about running for president in both 2012 and 2016.


CNN's Paul Vercammen caught up with Sarah after a Super Tuesday caucus in Wasilla, Alaska, and the quotes she gave him are the stuff possibilities are made of.

The chances are extremely slim that Palin would actually get a last-minute chance to throw her hat in the presidential ring, because, to be able to do so, that would mean that none of the current Republican candidates would get the required amount of votes to secure the nomination, and let's be real, it's starting to look like Mitt's got that shit on lock down. It would take something pretty wonky for her to get a shot at being the head cheese.

But if you're to believe Sarah, anything is possible, even a 2012 run.

What isn't so entirely unlikely is her candidacy in 2016. She explained to Vercammen, "I would seriously consider whatever I can do to help our country, to put things back on the right track."

If you're a Palin supporter, I suppose this is good news. If you're not a fan, then I know you're considering emigrating to Canada if, it turns out, anything really is possible. I hear they have an emerging pro bball league that might be worth looking into while we're up there. Shoot shoot, dunk dunk.

Watch her discuss all that's possible:


What do you think of a Palin presidential run in 2012 and/or 2016?


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