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Governor Palin Tells O’Reilly to Stop Interrupting, Then Discusses Entitlement Reform

Posted by Adrienne Ross on March 5, 2011

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

On Bill O’Reilly last night, Governor Palin discussed cutting budgets and reforming entitlements. That is, after she told him to stop interrupting her so she could finish a thought! I’m not sure anyone has ever told Bill to shut up (kindly) before, but it was long overdue. Way to go, Gov!

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How Sarah Palin Would Slash the Budget

(Video courtesy of The Right Scoop)

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One Response to “Governor Palin Tells O’Reilly to Stop Interrupting, Then Discusses Entitlement Reform”

  1. Maring Swart said

    I have followed Bill for a long time and like his program. Now my mother taught me not to talk over others while they are speaking. In this instance I agree with Gov. Palin and commend her for calling him down (nicely). He needs to listen then comment.

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