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Posts Tagged ‘Megyn Kelly’

Sarah Palin Talks to Kelly, Cavuto, and Hannity on Day 3 of the GOP Convention (Videos)

Posted by Dr. Fay on August 31, 2012

After inexplicably being frozen out of FOX News commentary on Day 2 of the RNC, Governor Palin talked yesterday on Day 3 of the convention to Megyn Kelly, Neil Cavuto, and Sean Hannity about the RNC and the 2012 election.

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Governor Palin discussed what lies ahead for the Romney/Ryan team in a telephone interview with Megyn Kelly.  She said that “things got ugly 4 years ago because Obama’s lapdogs in the liberal media will stop at nothing to see that their “chosen one” is elected.”  She said that Romney, having been on the campaign trail for 5 years,  is “loaded for bear” and ready for when the media try to warp his record and his reputation.  She said they must be prepared for unfair shots that will be taken but not be consumed by unfairness of leftist media. Governor Palin said that Romney/Ryan need a clear plan about how we are going to turn the country around to give people confidence that they will do a better job than Obama.   She said that we need to make people understand free markets were responsible for America’s prosperity.

In response to Megyn’s question about the Yahoo controversy, she said that the “Yahoo dude”who made “that horrible comment” also tried to change the context of her comments in her interview with Charlie Gibbs, and that she is glad that he “got canned.”

Asked for her opinion about Paul Ryan’s speech, Governor Palin said that he had some “big ideas” and that Biden would probably be “tempted to call in sick” on the night of the next VP debate.

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Although it aired later in the day, Governor Palin’s interview with Neil Cavuto appeared to have been filmed earlier in the week at her second home in Arizona.  It is an excellent interview, with a number of nuggets.  Addressing the criticism that Ryan and Romney had supported TARP,  Governor Palin said, “Mea Culpa!  Say ‘sorry’, we shouldn’t have done that We have learned our lesson, we we will not repeat that”.  She also advised the use of the “A” word: austerity.  ‘  Asked about the potential for a future Presidential run, she said, “politics drives me crazy,”  but indicated her willingness to continue to help.

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Speaking from the convention floor, Sean Hannity interviewed Governor Palin, who was speaking from her home studio in Alaska. Asked about Paul Ryan’s speech, Governor Palin said she was “very proud of Paul Ryan and pleased with the words he had to say. ”  She said she couldn’t wail 68 to 69 days from now until we get to “turn this car around” in the November election.  Asked about the economic collapse in 2008, she said that it was the most impacting aspect in that race, that after the economic collapse in September, it was  too late to turn around the media’s claim that it was all due to the Republicans’ fault.

Governor Palin described the 2008 Obama campaign as “this bogus hopey-changey stuff just built on this utopian idea in fantasy land.  She referred to Bill Clinton’s statement that the Obama campaign was the biggest fairytale he had ever seen.  She said that we now  have the opportunity to hire a new team of leaders to get us out of this mess.

Hannity asked Sarah what she thought of the campaign promise Romney would make in his speech that by 2020 North America would be energy-independent by using “all of the above”  energy sources, which would create a lot of jobs.   Governor Palin responded, “Of course we can do that….  Energy independence is absolutely possible.”   She said that it is unfortunate Obama “has decided to tap foreign sources instead of our own natural God-given sources of energy.”

Asked for her reaction to the general tone of the Obama campaign and whether she thought the negative attacks would backfire, she said that Democrats and media lapdogs will stop at nothing to get Obama re-elected.  Compared to the 2008 election, she siad that it could perhaps  get even worse during the time between now and the election.  Governor Palin  said that voters need to do their own homework because 90 % of the lapdog media are “in the tank for Ob ama,” and that what they relay is based on falsehoods.  She said that we need to trust the wisdom of the people, that they know what they got with Obama – insolvency.

Hannity asked whether she thought voters would decide on the economic issues and not the attack ads.  Governor Palin said that what it comes down to is  what will allow people to get back to work and  how we can reindustrialize this country and stop outsourcing our jobs.    She said that we do that by “not putting our faith in big centralized government  planners. ”  She said, “The  path to freedom and prosperity in America, it runs through free men and free markets, it doesn’t run  through government.”

Asked about the Dems’ charges of racism by Republicans was “reverse discrimination bogus stuff.” She said that they diminish the point they are trying to make by playing the race card.  She said that the  GOP is a big tent  and that  she cares about people’s  character and reputation, not the pigment of their skin.  Governor Palin advised to stop ” preaching to the choir” and to talk to Independents and Reagan Democrats,  who are people who want American exceptionalism to return.  She said that the planks in the GOP platform are the right ones to build that exceptionalism, prosperity, and security again.  She said that those planks are tried and tested, common sense,  and Economics 101.

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Governor Palin discusses Tuesday’s RNC convention speeches with Megyn Kelly and Bret Baier

Posted by Dr. Fay on August 29, 2012

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Wearing a lovely new updo, Governor Palin spoke with Megyn Kelly and Bret Baier of FOX news last night from what appeared to be outside her Arizona home.  When asked by Megyn Kelly about the Tuesday speeches at the RNC convention, Governor Palin said that they met expectations and offered encouragement that the politicans giving them would walk the walk and  not just talk the talk.  She applauded Ann Romney for praising multi-tasking working Moms and being concerned about the futures of the children of middle class families.   She said that Chris Christie “got to that point about our actual nominee, Mitt Romney, and his qualifications,”  possibly reflecting the concern of many that Christie took so long to reach that point in his speech. Governor Palin deflected Bret Baier’s praise for her 2008 convention speech by saying the crowd was fired up in expectation of what Senator McCain would have to say the next night about restoring America’s greatness, especially after having heard what Obama had said about fundamentally transforming America.

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Michael Reagan: “The others don’t have the passion that Sarah Palin has”

Posted by Gary P Jackson on November 9, 2010

If the boys don’t catch up quickly, it could be evening in America for them.

~Michael Reagan on Sarah Palin’s advantage in 2012

By Gary P Jackson

This is a great exchange between Michael Reagan and Megyn Kelly about Sarah Palin and her chances for 2012. They are discussing, among other things, the new SarahPAC video which you can view here.

Michael is spot on. Sarah Palin brings an energy, a passion that we have not seen since his father, the great Ronald Reagan was motivating Americans to stand tall and proud. No one else in America has the ability to inspire that Sarah Palin does.

Michael Reagan has been an early supporter of Sarah’s. He wrote the incredibly moving “Welcome Back Dad” for Human Events after Sarah’s incredible acceptance speech at the 2008 Republican Convention:

Welcome Back Dad

I’ve been trying to convince my fellow conservatives that they have been wasting their time in a fruitless quest for a new Ronald Reagan to emerge and lead our party and our nation. I insisted that we’d never see his like again because he was one of a kind.

I was wrong!

Wednesday night I watched the Republican National Convention on television and there, before my very eyes, I saw my Dad reborn; only this time he’s a she.

And what a she!

In one blockbuster of a speech, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin resurrected my Dad’s indomitable spirit and sent it soaring above the convention center, shooting shock waves through the cynical media’s assigned spaces and electrifying the huge audience with the kind of inspiring rhetoric we haven’t heard since my Dad left the scene.

This was Ronald Reagan at his best — the same Ronald Reagan who made the address known now solely as “The Speech,” which during the Goldwater campaign set the tone and the agenda for the rebirth of the traditional conservative movement that later sent him to the White House for eight years and revived the moribund GOP.

Last night was an extraordinary event. Widely seen beforehand as a make-or-break effort — either an opportunity for Sarah Palin to show that she was the happy warrior that John McCain assured us she was, or a disaster that would dash McCain’s presidential hopes and send her back to Alaska, sadder but wiser.

Obviously un-intimidated by either the savage onslaught to which the left-leaning media had subjected her, or the incredible challenge she faced — and oozing with confidence — she strode defiantly to the podium and proved she was everything and even more than John McCain told us.

Much has been made of the fact that she is a woman. What we saw last night, however, was something much more than a just a woman accomplishing something no Republican woman has ever achieved. What we saw was a red-blooded American with that rare, God-given ability to rally her dispirited fellow Republicans and take up the daunting task of leading them — and all her fellow Americans — on a pilgrimage to that shining city on the hill my father envisioned as our nation’s real destination.

In a few words she managed to rip the mask from the faces of her Democratic rivals and reveal them for what they are — a pair of old-fashioned liberals making promises that cannot be kept without bankrupting the nation and reducing most Americans to the status of mendicants begging for their daily bread at the feet of an all-powerful government.

Most important, by comparing her own stunning record of achievement with his, she showed Barack Obama for the sham that he is, a man without any solid accomplishments beyond conspicuous self-aggrandizement.

Like Ronald Reagan, Sarah Palin is one of us. She knows how most of us live because that’s the way she lives. She shares our homespun values and our beliefs, and she glories in her status as a small-town woman who put her shoulder to the wheel and made life better for her neighbors.

Her astonishing rise up from the grass-roots, her total lack of self-importance, and her ordinary American values and modest lifestyle reveal her to be the kind of hard-working, optimistic, ordinary American who made this country the greatest, most powerful nation on the face of the earth.

As hard as you might try, you won’t find that kind of plain-spoken, down-to-earth, self-reliant American in the upper ranks of the liberal-infested, elitist Democratic Party, or in the Obama campaign.

Sarah Palin didn’t go to Harvard, or fiddle around in urban neighborhood leftist activism while engaging in opportunism within the ranks of one of the nation’s most corrupt political machines, never challenging it and going along to get along, like Barack Obama.

Instead she took on the corrupt establishment in Alaska and beat it, rising to the governorship while bringing reforms to every level of government she served in on her way up the ladder.

Welcome back, Dad, even if you’re wearing a dress and bearing children this time around.

That was quite lofty praise at the time, for sure. But since then, Sarah Palin has not only lived up to this praise, but exceeded it wildly. Sarah walked on the national stage and seized the moment like no one has in recent memory. Like Reagan before her, Sarah Palin loves America and celebrates American exceptionalism every day. Her leadership will shape America for decades to come. As Michael rightly points out, she is rebuilding a younger, smarter, bolder, more Conservative Republican Party. And that is a good thing!

For the record Sarah endorsed 94 candidates in local, state, and national elections, 60 won, 31 lost, with the remaining races undecided.

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Video; Megyn Kelly on Palin’s Stalker: This is Really Deplorable

Posted by Adrienne Ross on May 26, 2010

By Adrienne Ross – www.motivationtruth.com

Vodpod videos no longer available.

more about “Is It Legal: Megyn Kelly Takes on Joe…“, posted with vodpod

Video also available here.

“This is really deplorable,” said Megyn Kelly, speaking of Joe McGinniss moving 15 feet from the Palin home as he writes an unauthorized biography of the family.

Kelly and a couple legal experts discussed whether or not his being there is legal and what the Governor’s options are. As I wrote last night here, this is no regular author. This man writes hit pieces about her, bid thousands of dollars in an unsuccessful attempt to trap her into having dinner with him, showed up in Florida during her book tour, and now has left Massachusetts to move to Wasilla, Alaska to watch her from a few feet away–on his deck, allegedly with binoculars. Not only is his presence there unethical, it’s sick–and certainly a cause for concern. Governor Palin and her children deserve better.

(H/T Sheya)

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