(Milwaukee-WI) Sarah Palin, former Republican Vice Presidential candidate and Alaska Governor, is scheduled to give her first major speech since resigning from the office last summer. It will be at a Wisconsin Right to Life event.
While Palin addressing a Right To Life event is no more noteworthy than Levi Johnston speaking to anyone who puts a TV camera in front of him, of note is Palin's purposeful low profile.
No press will be allowed into the auditorium and those attending will be prohibited to bring cell phones, cameras, laptops or recording devices of any kind.
Reporters asked Palin spokesperson Meg Stapelton why Palin would suddenly go low profile when a recent poll showed that only one in three Americans would consider voting for her.
"I just want to say…. for those who think that this is a…..this is a strategy that….oh, who am I kidding. I've got nothing."