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Sarah Palin Newsweek cover ignites faint friends, bigger enemies

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Sarah Palin's most recent Newsweek cover is reigniting talks to Sarah's intent to run for president in the upcoming election. The former Governor of Alaska and former vice-presidential hopeful took to her fifth Newsweek cover since first appearing on the political scene in 2008 and, assumed by most, she won't be clearing out anytime soon.

"It suggests that the field is not set," Palin told Newsweek's Peter J. Boyer. "Thank goodness the field is not yet set. I think that there does need to be more vigorous debate. There needs to be a larger field. And there’s still time. There’s still months ahead, where more folks can jump in and start articulating their positions.” Says Palin,

"I’m not so egotistical as to believe that it has to be me, or it can only be me, to turn things around. But I do believe that I can win.”

See PHOTOS from the Newsweek cover shoot here...

The interview has sparked Sarah Palin's controversial potential as a presidential candidate and readers commenting on her fifth-time appearance on Newsweek have the same polarizing opinions since Palin first stormed into politics.

"Sarah is the only candidate that can beat Obama," commenter JBrew763 says on FoxNews.com. "When she says go, you will see millions of supporters jump on her band wagon. They will come out en masse with unwavering loyalties, energy, money to support her."

But chris120 on HuffingtonPost.com differs saying, "She is so lazy and scatterbra­ined the woman could not organize a rock fight. Sinc­e she can't even control her own children, who thinks she has the discipline to manage our government­?"

He adds, "I would love, love, love to see a debate between her and Bachmann. It would be worth it to leave work early. More viewers than the Super Bowl."

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