Though she won't say whether or not she's running against him in 2012, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) had some harsh words for President Obama's economic policies on Tuesday.

In her only print interview since announcing she'd resign as governor, Palin called Obama's economic initiatives "immoral" and "uneconomic."

"President Obama is growing government outrageously, and it's immoral and it's uneconomic, his plan that he tries to sell America," Palin told TIME magazine.

The former Republican vice presidential candidate, who during the 2008 campaign at times suggested Obama was a socialist, said the president's current policies are "immoral and doesn't even make economic sense."

Palin, who in the interview said that all options -- including 2012 -- are "on the table," said it would take "good people who have the guts to stand up to him" down the line to challenge Obama.