She didn't answer a question about her position on U.S. policy in Afghanistan, instead slightly remonstrating President Obama for his remark Monday at Arlington National Cemetery that it is his "most solemn responsibility as president to serve as commander in chief of one of the finest fighting forces the world has ever known."
Said Palin: "It's not just one of the greatest fighting forces. And I sure hope our president recognizes that. We're not just one of many. We are the best."
She ended Monday in Gettysburg. Although she has not posted her schedule on her website, she was believed to be heading to Philadelphia en route to New Hampshire by the end of the week.
And she continued to insist the bus, which looks like a campaign bus, is not a campaign bus. And that she, who is sounding very much like a candidate, is not a candidate.
"This isn't a campaign bus," she said. "This is a bus to be able to express to America how much we appreciate our foundation and to invite more people to be interested in all that is good about America and to remind ourselves we don't need to fundamentally transform America. We need to restore what's good about America."