I've been reading a bit about the Ted Stevens situation, and came across a worrying possibility. As it stands there is a good chance that Stevens will retain his senate seat, however, due to his being found guilty on seven charges of corruption, he could well be voted off the senate (needs a 2/3 majority) or asked to resign by the RNC. If that happens it becomes the task of his states governor to appoint a new senator. Palin cannot appoint herself, but she could resign as governor and have her deputy, who would then assume the position, appoint her to the senate. Based upon what we know of Palin, what do people think she will do?