"I think the majority of Americans don't want to put up with the blue bloods -- and I say it with all due respect because I love the Bushes -- but the blue bloods who want to pick and choose their winners instead of allowing competition to pick and choose the winners," Palin said on Laura Ingraham's radio talk show.
While Palin remains a popular figure among Tea Partiers and conservatives, she has yet to gain widespread support, polls show and many Americans still view her as a polarizing figure.
A Quinnipac poll of primary voters released this week shows Palin leading her possible Republican challengers Mitt Romney and Mike Huckabee by a slim margin. But when pitted against the president, Obama leads Palin by 48-40 percent, while Romney leads Obama by one percentage point.
In an ABC News/Washington Post poll conducted late October, two-thirds of Americans regarded Palin as unqualified to serve as president.
ABC News' Mary Bruce contributed to this report.