Two problems here: how long does McCain plan on staying in politics? A 6 year commitment is a long time for a dude his age.
And with all the crap that has been thrown around regarding the campaign, I would've thought they'd part....but apparently not.
The Arizona Republican announced Wednesday that the former Alaska governor and 2008 vice presidential candidate will join him in Phoenix on March 26 to help campaign for his re-election to the U.S. Senate.
Palin has criticized McCain's campaign since their loss, saying in her book "Going Rogue" that there was substantial tension between her advisers and McCain's. She also details how she was prevented from delivering a concession speech in Phoenix on Election Night, and how she'd been kept "bottled up" from reporters during the campaign.
Palin hasn't criticized McCain himself, and the senator has stood by his decision to choose Palin as his running mate and has staunchly defended her.
Earlier this month, McCain refused to discuss material in "Game Change," a book that says Palin's vetting was "hasty and haphazard."
Palin and McCain will campaign again