Washington, Aug 21 (ANI): Republican strategist Karl Rove has predicted that former Alaska Governor and presidential hopeful Sarah Palin might announce her candidacy sometime around Labor Day, perhaps September 3, when she's scheduled to address a big Tea Party event in Iowa.
Rove also said that she is going to run, in part because of a slick campaign-style video about her trip to the Iowa State Fair released by her PAC last week, and in part because of where she's popping up, the Christian Science Monitor reports.
Palin "has a schedule next week that looks like that of a candidate, not a celebrity," he added.
At the least, it looks like she is fast approaching a make-or-break date, when she will either have to announce whether or not she is going to run for the race.
In her last speech, Palin had said that: "I think we're seeing an awakening of the American public, individual Americans who want to put the exceptionalism back into our country."
However, many people are not too keen about her likely move to run in the race.
"If Sarah Palin does decide to run, she will ultimately accomplish nothing other than completely sucking the wind out of almost all the non-Romney campaign operations on the ground," a blogger wrote. (ANI)