She may be out of the running for United States elections in 2012, but former Alaska governor Sarah Palin remains in the limelight these past few days. In a recent business forum in Seoul, South Korea, Palin told businessmen that America deserved a female president. The 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee said she is confident that US will have a woman President soon.
Palin also said at the forum that she looks forward to a regime change in North Korea so that the two warring Korean nations will unite. Political experts earlier said the decision of Palin to not run was not a big surprise since her popularity had declined considerably lately. The experts said many Republicans felt she waited and teased too long about her Presidential plan.