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The ever-unnerving Sharron Angle is back and might be running for president. Under the headline "Sharron Angle comes to Iowa, doesn’t rule out presidential bid," the Des Moines register reported that the Nevadan is keeping her options open and would love to come back to the Hawkeye state--where she is attending the premiere of a religious-themed thriller. Regardless of how much weight it carries, it's obvious that Angle's political aspirations make great Twitter material.

@RichardNixonZombie considered what Angle could bring to the table as a candidate.

Sharron Angle Won't Rule Out Presidential Run. Why not? She has lots of experience baking cookies.less than a minute ago via Twittelator

Nevada-based Journalist Steve Sebelius noted the relevance of Angle's announcement.

Sharron Angle not running for president, but then again, neither am I. In case you were wondering. than a minute ago via TweetDeck

HuffPost Hill thinks if Sharron Angle can run for president, anything can happen!

Sharron Angle testing 2012 presidential waters. But will the all-important unicorn, leprechaun and sewer alligator lobbies follow?less than a minute ago via TweetDeck

HuffPost and Daily Beast contributor Adam Winkler would love a Sharron Angle candidacy.

Oh, please, please, please! RT @Salon Sharron Angle says she's "considering" a bid for the White House in 2012 than a minute ago via Twitterrific

We've had a couple WTF's today but Scott J. Murphy thinks the idea of Angle running for president takes the cake.

Poitical WTF! of the Day: Totally batshit Sharron Angle of Nevada says she may run for President. 'nuff said. #fbless than a minute ago via TweetDeck

Would Steve Deace actually vote for her?

Had the pleasure of having breakfast with Sharron Angle today. Graceful, dignified lady who has some real nerve at the same time.less than a minute ago via web

Thomas Unger knows exactly who will benefit most from Angle's presidential bid.

Sharron Angle considering a run for President? Please, God, let it be so. Our faithful and slavish Media joins me in that prayer, I'm sure.less than a minute ago via web

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