Looking to keep her name in the papers as she prepares for her inevitable 2012 run at the Republican presidential nomination, Sarah Palin visited several feminist landmarks, stopping to push her agenda along the way.

Palin's tour took her from the Women's Rights National Historic Park to Harriet Tubman's house to the National Women's Hall of Fame. In admiring the women who fought tirelessly for women's rights, Palin paused to drop a few cringe worthy statements, including a shout out to "mommy mayors and girl governors," and noting that the women's movement can easily be equated to a pro-life stance, as it holds "a common thread of desiring protection for women โ€“ for me that includes our youngest sisters โ€“ that's girls in the womb."

Sarah Palin Takes Low-Key Return To The Road [Politico]