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Posts Tagged ‘fairy dust’

Gov. Palin: Obama is still “sprinkling that fairy dust’

Posted by Dr. Fay on September 8, 2012

Governor Palin talked  with Sean Hannity about the DNC convention and Obama’s speech last night.   Hannity played videoclips showing Obama’s old and broken promises and his new ones.  He asked Governor Palin if we shouldn’t focus on Obama’s old promises first.  She responded:

Well, we do. And those repeated promises – and then, as you are suggesting, a whole host of new promises – really is a slap in the face of the electorate. There’s an estimation of an unintelligent voting bloc out there, I think, that President Obama is assuming will continue to want to get “free stuff,” despite free stuff will replace freedom. And he’s just assuming that that voting bloc will be large enough to get him back in there. But I just pray that Americans will open their eyes between now and November when they know that they’ll have to make that choice between “free stuff” or freedom. You can’t have both.

Hannity described the DNC speeches as “boring,  stale,  uninspiring,  out of ideas” and asked Governor Palin what adjectives she would use to describe them.   Governor Palin said:

Well, last night it was very painful to watch the President’s speech and that not just because we knew he was not telling Americans the truth with his suggestions of how well things were going and how things will go if we gave him four more years of these repeated failed policies. But you’re right – there was a lack of enthusiasm, a lack of passion for this country, a lack of sincerity, when it came to, for instance, his claims of supporting our troops, and yet many of us look back just a number of months ago and remember a specific about the troops, for instance, where he was ready and willing to throw our troops under the bus if he didn’t get his way on budgets and debt celining increases. He was going to withhold, or was willing to, the troops’ paychecks. So as he talked about the support he has, for instance, the troops, all you have to do is go back in time in the very recent past and realize that he contradicts himself. He really is the antithesis of consistency that you would hope would be in a President.

Hannity said this was the first convention that he could remember where the delegates booed God and thought that would be what is remembered most about the convention.  Asked for her opinion, Governor Palin said:

It was the equivalent of thrice denying our Lord. And we, you know, go back into New Testament teachings on what happened then….And Shawn, to want to discard God from what a platform is is a list of your priorities, what’s most important to you collectively as a political body for what seemed to be the majority of the delegates wanting God out of there, I thought was quite disrespectful of othr good Democrats who were out there, who had that faith, who understand God-given rights and aren’t ashamed of proclaiming that it is God who gives us our rights

Hannity showed a videoclip of Bill Clinton’s DNC speech with a flashback to what Clinton said about Obama during the 2008 primary battle.  He asked Governor Palin if Clinton at the DNC was being “a good lawyer defending a guilty client?”  to which she responded:

Yeah, that’s exactly what it is. And here Obama is still sprinkling that fairy dust and his fairy tale that he wants Americans to buy again for another four years

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