Thursday, May 26, 2011

Sarah Palin will hit the road this Memorial Day weekend on a tour of the Northeast -- and possibly New Hampshire -- aboard a red, white and blue bus emblazoned with the words: "One Nation Under God, Indivisible, With Liberty & Justice For All."
The former Alaska govenor will began her journey Sunday from Washington, D.C., after she and husband Todd join a quarter-million motorcyclers in the Rolling Thunder event to support the troops. She'll leave the veterans and make her first stop at the National Archives, where she'll stop by to view the U.S. Constitution.
Details on where she'll go next -- and when -- are unclear, but fans and supporters will be able to follow her path on, where the RV's progress can be tracked live. All an aide would say is that Palin "will embark on a One Nation tour of historical sites that were key to the formation, survival, and growth of the United States of America."
Antietam? Independence Hall? Gettysburg? Liberty Hall? Federal Hall? Faneuil Hall?!
And eventually, Manchester, N.H.? Stay tuned....developing....

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