Fred Barnes hedges his bets:

When moderator and [Alabama Policy Institute] president Gary Palmer asked the panelists for their take on potential 2012 presidential candidates, Moore brought up the names Chris Christie, Paul Ryan and Mike Pence. “Moore forgot Sarah Palin!” exclaimed Barnes, who said that Palin is the most solidly conservative possibility with a tremendous following. While he considered Jim DeMint to also be a good potential candidate, Barnes said “Never underestimate Sarah Palin.”

Meanwhile Conservatives4Palin is about to get a major makeover, and its propaganda engine is in full throttle. Among their new list of qualifications for the presidency that Sarah Palin has that five recent presidents didn't:

2. Ten years volunteer work in the Parent-Teacher-Association.

That's Number 2.

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