Sarah Palin is giving indecision a bad name.
Not only can’t she decide whether to run for president, this week she even waffled over whether to keep a date to speak at a “tea party” rally in Iowa on Sunday, a Sarah-palooza her devotees have been organizing for weeks.
Every other serious Republican presidential hopeful has already decided, one way or the other.
Mitt Romney’s been running for years.
Rick Perry’s been running for only three weeks, but he spent months laying the groundwork.