Add one more person to this "will not blog about" list.
A majority of Americans believe that Sarah Palin is resigning as governor of Alaska not because it's in the best interest of her state but because it will benefit her political career, a new CBS News poll finds.Spin this any way you'd like, but reality is, a relatively unbiased poll shows that most folks would rather vote for Fantasia Barrino than vote for Sarah Palin. Add to this the hesitance that many candidates from her own party are having towards having her stump on their behalves, and the fact that a large amount of the rumors, innuendo, and criticism of Palin come from within her own party. Call that what you like, but I call it a recipe for an epil fail of Dukakisian proportions in 2012. Sorry, but it is what it is, folks. And that's a fact, Jack.
Just 24 percent of those accept Palin's explanation that she resigned because it was the right thing to do for Alaska. More than twice that percentage – 52 percent – cited her political ambition as the reason for her resignation. An additional 14 percent said they don't know the reason.
Even Republicans are skeptical of the explanation, with a higher percentage saying Palin resigned for her political career (36 percent) than saying she did so for Alaska (31 percent).
Thirty-nine percent of those surveyed expect Palin to run for president in 2012, while 43 percent say she will not. If she runs, she'll likely face widespread skepticism: As CBS News revealed Monday morning, just 22 percent say Palin has the ability to be an effective president. Sixty-five percent say she does not.
Less than one in four Americans – 23 percent – hold a favorable view of Palin. Thirty-seven percent hold an unfavorable view of the former Republican vice presidential nominee. Another 39 percent are undecided.
So, with that, let the record reflect that as of 7.14.9, the words "Sarah Heath Palin" will never be uttered again here at AB.com.
That is all.
Question: Am I right to write Palin off, or is it too soon to call it? Just how long will I actually stick to this self-imposed Palin Ban?!? 2 days? 2 weeks? Infinity?
Poll: Most Say Palin Resigned To Help Her Career [CBS]
 Uhhhmmm, but seriously, if you know what happened to Jemario Jemario, please let me know. Dude was funny.
 Well, unless she actually does something newsworthy, of course.