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Posts Tagged ‘On the Record’

Palin: We Have Reason to be Optimistic

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on March 7, 2014

Gov. Sarah Palin appeared “On The Record” earlier this evening at which time host Greta Van Sustern ask questions ranging from the content of Palin’s CPAC speech to the current situation in Ukraine to “will you run in 2016?”

h/t sarahnettoo

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Palin to Appear “On The Record” Tonight, 7pm Eastern

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on October 14, 2013

Posted to Sarah Palin’s Facebook page:

Catch “On The Record” at 7pm ET tonight on Fox. Greta got the exclusive interview with Ted Cruz, Mike Lee & me about why we were in DC together yesterday.


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Gov. Palin’s Father and Brother Talk to Greta About Why They Wrote ‘Our Sarah’

Posted by Dr. Fay on October 6, 2012

Video retrieved from Sarahnettoo

The full version of this interview is posted at the On The Record site  AT THIS LINK and has considerably more information than was aired on the show.   The Heaths were more relaxed in their interview that day with the Brody File, a portion of which can be viewed AT THIS LINK.  The warmth of the Palin family is very evident in the Brody File interview.


(h/tp Chuck Jr.’s Facebook post)

For updates on the Heaths’ ‘Our Sarah’ book tour, see Chuck Heath Jr.’s Facebook page.  Reviews of ‘Our Sarah’ can be found herehere, here, and here.  Also see posts by SPIB authors here.


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Sarah Palin: Akin needs to “know when to fold ’em”

Posted by Dr. Fay on August 22, 2012

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Governor Palin talked to Greta van Susteren about the Akin “legitimate rape” controversy On The Record last night.   She suggested a third party run for Sarah Steelman if Akin does not withdraw from the race.   From the transcript posted at Greta’s site:

GRETA VAN SUSTEREN, FOX NEWS HOST: Well, the 5:00 PM deadline has now passed. The drumbeat, though, is loud. It’s getting louder. But it sure isn’t getting to Congressman Todd Akin in Missouri. He blew off the 5:00 PM Central deadline to drop out of the Senate race. Governor Romney and Congressman Ryan jumping into the fray, urging him to quit.

Congressman Akin is trying to unseat Democratic senator Claire McCaskill. Now, it all started during an interview, when the conversation turned to abortion. Congressman Akin said, If it’s a legitimate rape, the female body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down.

Well, then all hell broke loose, and the highest-ranking party members have been urging him to quit the race. So now that Congressman Todd Akin missed a deadline and won’t bow out, should the GOP kiss its chance of winning the Missouri Senate seat goodbye?

Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin backed Akin’s Republican primary opponent, Sarah Steelman. Governor Palin joins us. Good evening, Governor. And I think it’s only fair to take a few seconds and to gloat a little bit. You chose the candidate that the Republican Party didn’t — you know, didn’t vote in in Missouri, and now all the leaders in the country, Republican leaders, are trying to get Akin to go. So I think they probably love your choice.

SARAH PALIN, FOX NEWS CONTRIBUTOR/FORMER ALASKA GOVERNOR: Well, I won’t gloat about it, but I was right. And Sarah Steelman’s supporters and campaign staff, we were all right in knowing that Sarah Steelman is the right person for the job to represent Missouri and to allow common-sense conservatives to take back the Senate to halt what it is that Barack Obama has done to this country.

Sarah Steelman was the right person. I supported her then, and I’m going to continue to support her.

VAN SUSTEREN: Well, it looks like Senator Claire McCaskill ought to be sending a fruit basket tonight to Congressman Akin because he certainly has — I mean, he has certainly jeopardized the chances for Republicans to take that seat. And Senator Claire McCaskill really was on the ropes. But now, boy, things have turned around, haven’t they?

PALIN: Well, see, that’s the point, Greta. Claire McCaskill and the Democrats thought that they were so clever in fighting so hard to get Akin on the ballot as the winner in the GOP primary. And you know, many of us who recognized that cleverness, that craftiness from the left, because we’re kind of getting used to the games that they play, wanted to do something about it.

And Sarah Steelman and her motto and her campaign being “The status quo has got to go” was absolutely right on in saying, you know, we need somebody who has a strong record of reform, of fighting crony capitalism, of fighting the good old boy network, of fighting ignorance in the Senate. And Sarah Steelman was going to be that person.

Now we do have opportunity, even though Todd Akin has said that he’s not going to drop out. And bless his heart, I don’t want to pile on Todd Akin because, in some respects, I understand what he’s trying to say here in standing on principle, that he doesn’t want to be perceived as a quitter. But you got to know when to hold ’em and know when to fold ’em.

Believe me, I’ve walked it before. I know when you have to hold that mantle and then hand it to someone else in order to progress a positive agenda. That’s what I had to do in Alaska.

In order to take back the Senate and promote the ideas and policies of respecting and protecting the sanctity of human life and respecting the idea and policies that would perpetuate a strong economy based on empowering hard-working individuals, instead of growing dysfunctional, indebted government, we’ve got to take back the Senate, and Missouri is a must-win state.

The way we do that is to have someone like Sarah Steelman be able to run, even if it’s as a third party candidate, to be able to run and help us take this back.


PALIN: You know, close that chapter, though, of what he said and what he meant and how he will try to explain what he meant. Close that, and now just deal with the pragmatism in front of us, these decision that have to be made on when the deck is stacked against you, when your funding has been pulled, when all the bigwigs, not just in the establishment but those hard- core supporters, have pulled their support from you as the GOP primary winner, in Todd Akin. When that support is gone, that would be needed in order to beat Claire McCaskill, help take back the Senate, when it’s gone. That’s when you have to use discernment and know when to fold them.

VAN SUSTEREN: So I’m unclear. Are you suggesting he get out or are you suggesting the Republican party still back him?

PALIN: No. I’m suggesting that he get out. He should have reached that deadline today, I believe, personally, and gotten out of the race, but because he did not do that, Greta, then we have to figure out, OK, well, what is next? Again, without trying to pile on Todd Akin and what he’s going through right now, maybe it is a third-party run of Sarah Steelman (ph) that I can get behind, and, granted the status quo has got to go would be an odd name for a third party, but we’ll coin it, adopt it, run with it if that’s what it takes in order to get a commonsense constitutional, happens to be pro-life woman in Missouri to clean up this mess that’s been created and at the same time take back the Senate, which means we get to take back the country and put government back on the side of the people.

VAN SUSTEREN: You know, it’s interesting, I don’t think they’re piling on him. You know, it’s not like it’s a gaffe, like he said the wrong word or something. I mean, he says it like he understands from doctors. Did he make it up? No doctor is coming out and saying this. This is more than a gaffe.

And what he’s done to the Republican party is not only is he going to risk the chance of the Republican party gaining the Senate by winning Missouri, but he’s also done one of the worst things you can do in politics, is by handing your opponent ammunition and as the Democrats have been talking about a war on women. Well, now he’s handed them so much ammunition on this by his bizarre statements.

PALIN: That’s what I mean, by the cards stacked against you. Good, bad, or ugly, that’s what he’s facing. This is not going in his favor. You have to step aside from self, from your self-desire to get in there and deserve and do what you believe is right, and you have to, in a sense, take one for the team. And you have to step aside, hand the mantle to someone else.


PALIN: He has until September 25th to do it. If he doesn’t do it, then it will be third party then. We’ll do whatever we can to not quash this opportunity that we have to take Missouri for the good of the country and for the good of every citizen of Missouri, to take it back, put government back on the side of the people. The only way we do that is to have a conservative win in Missouri, to defeat Claire McCaskill, who is highly unpopular. Look at the polls. She’s still behind Todd Akin today, barely, but even despite all this chaos that’s going on, that’s indication of how unpopular she is.

It’s doable. It’s winnable, Missouri is. And that leads to winning the Senate. That leads to reversing a lot of the things that Obama and Biden have done to put our children and grandchildren in the chains of dependency, to shackle our kids and grandkids in the debt that they have continued to perpetuate, Greta.

VAN SUSTEREN: Have you made a call to Sarah Steelman, or do you spend to, or do you have any advice for her tonight?

PALIN: No, because here’s the deal. I also know my mission that I’m on is to help and not to hurt. Maybe Todd Akin needs to learn a little lesson from me. You need to know when to step back and wait to be invited to be important and not invite yourself to the party. What he’s doing right now, Greta, bless his heart, he’s inviting himself back into this general election that’s coming up, and he’s going to get defeated. And that’s unfortunate. That is why we have to think pragmatically about this, and we have to think, well, what’s another option? Is a third-party another option? If it is, let’s go. The status quo has got to go. Let’s do what we can to get there.

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Palin Kneecaps the Democratic Party

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on August 17, 2012

Never one to mince words, Governor Sarah Palin spoke with Greta Van Susteren about Vice President Joe Biden’s “chains” remark  to which she replies “The strategists there in the Obama campaign have got to look at a diplomatic way of replacing Joe Biden on the ticket with Hillary.”


Replacing Biden on the ticket is not a new idea as is evidenced here, here, and here; however, if you take a look at Palin’s Facebook wall even supporters are critical of her comment and they are suggesting that Palin is giving the Democratic party good advice.  If you’ve lost track of Biden’s gaffes, here’s a good summary.

In discussing this with a friend, she referred to the comment as “Palin playing 3-D chess”. I agree and I truly believe that the “replace Biden” comment was a Palin strategy.  In case you had not noticed, she’s very politically savvy.  After all, would President Obama really want to accused of taking political advice from Sarah Palin?

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Gov. Palin: Voters Need to Do Their Homework to Get Around the Filter of the Mainstream Media

Posted by Dr. Fay on August 15, 2012

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Governor Palin talked to Greta Susteren On the Record last night about the 2012 campaign as well as her thoughts about the RNC.   Here is an excerpt from the transcript of that interview.

VAN SUSTEREN: Former vice presidential candidate and Alaska governor Sarah Palin joins us. And there were some groans when Vice President Biden said “back in chains.” Your thoughts, Governor Palin.

SARAH PALIN, FOX NEWS CONTRIBUTOR/FORMER ALASKA GOVERNOR: There weren’t enough groans and boos when he said such a disgusting comment, really, especially to a demographic there that is — includes about 48 percent of the community being black Americans.

Greta, if that’s not the nail in the coffin, really, the strategists there in the Obama campaign have got to look at a diplomatic way of replacing Joe Biden on the ticket with Hillary. And I don’t want to throw out that suggestion and have them actually accept the suggestion because then an Obama-Hillary Clinton ticket would have a darn good chance of winning.

But really, Joe Biden really drags down that ticket.

VAN SUSTEREN: All right, well, what was sort of interesting to me, hailing from this state of Wisconsin, is I keep seeing the “Forward” behind Vice President Biden and that is their campaign slogan, which coincidentally is the motto of the state of Wisconsin going back, if I can remember right from grade school, back into the 1800s.

But anyway, let me go next to — Governor Romney today came out with a speech, and probably — according to Carl Cameron, my colleague, this is a much more aggressive speech from Governor Romney than we’ve been seeing, saying things like about President Obama that he’s intellectually exhausted, out of ideas, out of energy, and so his campaign has resorted to diversions and distractions, to demagoguing and defaming others. This is an old game of politics. What’s different this year is that the president is taking things to a new low.

You’ve had a chance to look at the governor’s speech. What do you think?

PALIN: I read the transcript, and yes, Greta, I think that Governor Romney now, having spent years, literally, running for president, has really grasped the notion now that this is not a dress rehearsal. This is it. So he has to use these powerful and truthful and accurate words to describe what President Obama is running on and what he is doing to America.

Romney’s coming out swinging. This is what we need. I think that Paul Ryan has helped energize Governor Romney. And this is all good for America because we will hear more accurately the state of the union and the state of this campaign.

VAN SUSTEREN: You know, it’s — both sides think the other side is dirtier than himself or herself and this campaign. But it’s interesting that no sooner did the — Governor Romney give that speech than Ben LaBolt, who is the press secretary for the President Obama campaign — he came out and said, Governor Romney’s comments tonight seem unhinged and particularly strange coming at a time when he’s pouring tens of millions of dollars into negative ads that are demonstrably false.

It’s sort of the “unhinged” and the “particularly strange.” I mean, the insults are flying back and forth.

PALIN: Yes, and Joe Biden isn’t unhinged today in the words that the said? No, again, Governor Romney is on the right track there and kind of taking some gloves off and saying, Enough is enough of the failed policies of Obama as reflected even by the failed messaging through their campaign. It is a negative, dirty campaign coming from the Obama administration.

There are only two people in this country who have ever had to run against Barack Obama and his machine, and that’s John McCain and myself when we ran in ’08. I know what this is about. I know how dirty they can get. They continue to be dirty.

And Governor Romney has every right in the world — in fact, he has a responsibility to take those gloves off, let Americans know what this campaign is all about, his side and Obama’s side, and let the voters decide if we want to empower individuals and allow America to grow and into a more prosperous and secure and voluntarily generous nation, or if we want to grow government under Obama — such a clear, clear choice that we have.

VAN SUSTEREN: But it’s — it’s — you know, we’re still at the point, though, where we’re not really getting any message out of either one. We have the President Obama’s campaign insulting the governor, saying that he seems unhinged. We’ve got Governor Romney referring to President Obama as having — as a moral failure. And depending on which side you’re on — I mean, we are locked in an incredible battle of who — you know, it’s almost like a contest who can be dirtier, who can be nastier in some instances.

PALIN: And yet we’re not, Greta — and yet — and yet we’re not absent from an accurate message about how to get the economy back on the right track coming from the Romney campaign. But because the media so willingly protects Barack Obama and his failed policies, it’s tough through the filter of the mainstream media to hear that message.

That’s why voters need to do their own homework. They can’t listen to that 90 percent of the liberal media and expect to hear what the truth is coming out from the White House’s messaging and the Obama campaign’s messaging about the true state of the union.

But we’re not without the solutions and the proposals. Paul Ryan has actually proposed a budget, a pathway to prosperity that anybody can read if voters do their own homework and not rely on their liberal media.

Now, thus far, Barack Obama, because of the lapdogs in the media protecting him and being such experts at distracting the American voter with irrelevant issues that continue to bombard voters — because of what the media has done to protect Barack Obama thus far, Obama has had to pay no price for his failed policies.

I think that’s going to change in these next 80-some days as more and more Americans are deciding, yes, we won’t rely on media, we’re going to do our own homework and we’re going to hear these solutions from Ryan’s budget proposals and from Romney’s proposals.

VAN SUSTEREN: Well, I do think that the — that the — if I were to look at sort of who’s been dirtier, I mean, I do find that Senator Harry Reid — or his sort of anonymous source on the returns, saying he didn’t prepare and accusing Governor Romney of killing some woman — I do find that, you know, just beyond the pale in terms of — you know, they do win the contest, at least…

PALIN: Name one — name one prominent Republican who even comes close to what like the Alan Graysons, the Harry Reids, the Joe Bidens come up with and spew to the American public. I can’t think of one prominent Republican who talks the way that they talk and certainly wouldn’t get away with the way that they talk.

VAN SUSTEREN: All right, well, it’s going to be — it’s certainly going to be a lot worse. And let me tell you, we have a campaign flash because this is primary day today, much of the country, and late primary election results coming in from across America.

Two big races getting downright nasty. First in Florida, Representative Connie Mack IV easily winning the Republican Senate primary. He will now face Democratic senator Bill Nelson in November.

And tonight, just seconds after that race was called, the Democratic senatorial campaign committee attacking Representative Mack, saying, “Connie Mack IV cashed in on his family’s good name to win a House seat and now he’s cashed in for a nomination for a Senate seat. Over the next several weeks, voters will finally have the opportunity to meet the real Connie Mack IV, including a shady past complete with road rage incidents, drunken bar fights and an arrest record.”

And now to Connecticut, former wrestling executive Linda McMahon winning that Senate GOP primary. She will face Democratic representative Chris Murphy in November, the DSCC immediately releasing this statement about McMahon — this was within seconds of that race being called. “Linda McMahon is a greedy CEO who made millions marketing sex and violence to little kids all at the expense of the health and safety of her own employees.”

Let’s go back to Alaska — former Alaska governor Sarah Palin. Where — in the old days, they used to at least congratulate you, let you at least take a bow for a second before they hit you. This was seconds, and one’s called greedy and one says road rage and arrests and — what do you think about all this?

PALIN: Well, the Democrats have in their back pocket all these negative distractions, these distracting messages to spew and try to ram down the voters’ throats here, and they’ll do that throughout all these primaries as we head into the general.

And they do that because they do want to distract away from the failed policies that the Democrats embrace, where they do want to grow government because they truly believe that government is the solution, is the answer, when you know, most common sense fiscal conservatives, people who work very hard and don’t want to be dependent on government, understand that government is the problem.

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Palin to be a Guest “On The Record” Tonight

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on August 14, 2012

Governor Sarah Palin will be appearing “On The Record” with Greta Van Susteren on the FOX News channel tonight at 10:00 p.m. Eastern.  While Gretawire is not providing any details, sure to be discussed will be the results of elections today in Florida and Connecticut.

h/t @LoreleiiAmI on Twitter

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Video: Governor Palin and Greta Discuss Cruz, Cheney, RNC, and More

Posted by Adrienne Ross on August 1, 2012

By Adrienne Ross –

Governor Palin appeared On the Record tonight and talked to Greta Van Susteren about a number of topics. They discussed the Ted Cruz’s victory, Chick-fil-A, traditional marriage, Dick Cheney, and the Republican National Convention. The Governor, I believe, was more vocal than I’ve ever seen her in calling out the GOP establishment and their little inside baseball games, where they seem content to use her as the baseball. Despite it all, as she expressed tonight, she continues to work hard and fight for America’s restoration.

Excellent kick-butt interview:

(Video courtesy of SarahNET)

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Sarah Palin on Solyndra: “Follow the Money.”

Posted by Dr. Fay on July 13, 2012

Governor Palin appeared On the Record with Greta van Susteren last night and discussed a number of topics.

From the rush transcript posted at the On The Record site at FOX News:

VAN SUSTEREN: I’m very well. And so the board game begins, where we all sort of try to guess, and Drudge has it up as, you know, developing. We don’t know who his source is, whether it’s true or not. But your thoughts about the possibility that Condoleezza Rice could top the list?

PALIN: I think that Condoleezza Rice would be a wonderful vice president, and she certainly has much more experience than our sitting president does today.

VAN SUSTEREN: What about the fact that she is, quote, “moderately pro-choice”? I looked it up a little bit to see because I think that Governor Romney has said that he won’t pick anyone who is pro-choice. Her — the quote that’s attributed to her is that she’s “moderately pro- choice.” Assuming that she is even on that list — and I don’t know — but could that ever be reconciled?

PALIN: I would certainly prefer a presidential and vice presidential candidate who had that respect for all innocent, precious purposeful human life and showed that respect via being a pro-life candidate. We need to remember, though, that it’s not the vice president that would legislate abortion, and that would be Congress’s role. And we’ll keep that in mind.


PALIN: Well, yes, because you journalists, you know, with your very fast-moving news cycles, you’re always looking for something to talk about. So you know, that plays right into that.

But again, Condoleezza Rice is very experienced, especially in foreign policy, having served under President George Bush. And you know, I think her credentials far surpass Barack Obama and Joe Biden’s.

VAN SUSTEREN: All right, well, let’s move on to some other topics. There’s a lot going on in Washington. Another sort of interesting topic is Solyndra and the — and David G. Frantz, who’s the acting executive director of the Department of Energy’s loan program office, has described the loan program to Solyndra and others as, quote, “enormous success.”

What’s he smoking?

PALIN: What is he smoking? I would say, yes, I guess his measure of success could be considered just how quickly can we bankrupt this country using other people’s money, taxpayers’ hard-earned money and borrowed dollars from China to give to Solyndra that goes under and that being considered a success.

This fellow could be a character in George Orwell’s book “1984” — quite Orwellian, his thinking on this. I’d be embarrassed to death if I were his boss. If I were the president, I would certainly try to find a way to apologize for such a ridiculous comment.


PALIN: As you made the point, though, Greta, as you made the point, it’s not just Solyndra, though. There is a list of these failed, bankrupt, insolvent, uneconomic projects and programs that are the hallmark of the Obama administration. And yet they think that they deserve four more years of the same. That’s insanity!

VAN SUSTEREN: Well, you know, there are some companies that naturally go belly up. You know, you can make bad business decisions.

But the thing that’s so baffling about Solyndra is that before they even agreed to sign — sign over a loan to Solyndra, it was — it was well known that you could buy solar panels cheaper in China than you — than it was — than Solyndra could make them. So just from a — (INAUDIBLE) basic, fundamental business, it was just stupid.

And if you can’t get private venture capital, you know, to throw in a couple dollars, that’s a good sign that nobody wants this deal. So it was…

PALIN: Follow the money. Follow the money. The dots that are connected are to campaign donors of President Obama’s. It’s crony capitalism on steroids, where you see these grants and these loan guarantees end up. It is to his pals.

VAN SUSTEREN: Well, you know, I — look, I — I’d love to see alternative energy. You know, I’d love to get our dependence off foreign oil. But you know, when you make decisions like this, you actually set back alternative energy because now nobody’s got an appetite for it.

When — the American people — how can they possibly have an appetite for it when you see this blunder in the millions of dollars? You know, I think it’s incredible, what has happened to the, you know, alternative energy because of these — you know, they were just — they were stupid decisions.

PALIN: Yes. And when you consider that our conventional sources of energy are still sitting untapped, our known reserves and fields that are so rich are untapped. And yet we’re throwing money left and right at these experimental — some hair-brained snake-oil science-type projects, in some respects, then that really frustrates the American public.

VAN SUSTEREN: All right, the candidate for your — for the Republican — for the president — Republican Party, Governor Romney, went to the convention, NAACP, in Houston yesterday, got booed, in part. He also got – – he got applause at times. Would you have advised him to go there?

PALIN: Oh, heck, yes. I’m so glad that he went there. And he got a standing ovation at the end of the speech, and that was given him by those who paid attention and stayed to the end, if you will, and heard what he had to say.

And what he had to say was how important it is that there is equal opportunity for prosperity and security for all Americans, and you do that by empowering the people, not by growing government.

So yes, a smattering of boos here and there, especially when it came to his commitment to repeal ObamaCare, which is a necessity in order to allow our country to be solvent and allow more health care choices to be provided the people. A smattering of boos for that comment and maybe a couple other comments, but overall, standing ovation, indicative, I think, of a respectful audience who stayed to hear what he had to say.


PALIN: Well, you know what they’d say if he didn’t show up. They’d say he’s racist and he chose not to speak to this group. You know, that is one paranoid politician, though, who would take such a stretch there and articulate, you know, comments like that that he actually went to the NAACP and made comments about ObamaCare and other things that Mitt Romney firmly believes in to change in order to get the country back on the right track. And from there, she would accuse him of — well, this false accusation.

VAN SUSTEREN: The race in November, the Hispanic vote’s going to be important. And Governor Romney was very strong against certain immigration reforms during the primary. In fact, he said he would — he would veto the Dream Act if he were president, ended up in his office.

How in — how does he possibly — in light of the run-up, the primary race, how does he possibly get Hispanics to have any enthusiasm for him?

PALIN: I believe that Governor Romney will continue to explain his position on legal immigration and how important and valuable that is to our country. Of course, our country was built by hard-working immigrants who, you know, kind of paid their dues, stood in line like everybody else in order to become a citizen. And he supports that because he knows the value of legal immigration and all that it has to offer to this most exceptional nation. He’ll talk more about that.

And I believe that those fair-minded Hispanics and all other Americans will recognize what it is that he is saying, understand what he is saying about equal opportunity and still following the law. And I believe that he can garner that support from Hispanics.

VAN SUSTEREN: What do you make of the food fight that’s going on as – – the recent — today, the deputy campaign manager of President Obama’s campaign, Stephanie Cutter, accused Governor Romney of either being a liar or a felon. I don’t know — I guess it’s better to be a liar than a felon. Nonetheless, both are terrible. He’s calling for an apology tonight.

PALIN: I’m glad that he is forcefully calling for an apology. But Mitt Romney and his campaign people perhaps don’t even know what’s coming, what will be hitting him. This is just the tip of the iceberg.

President Obama and the people whom he is surrounded with and in that campaign, they’re going to be brutal. And they will — they’ll throw these false accusations and they’ll try to ring a bell that you can’t unring again in the public’s perception about who Mitt Romney is, what his record is.

He needs to be prepared, and the campaign can’t hold back in defense of Romney’s record and what it is that he actually believes and stands for. So I’m glad that, in a case like this, he’s demanding an apology. He’s got to take the gloves off, the Romney campaign has got to, in order to effect the change that is needed in this campaign and turn things around for the country. Can’t hold back.

Read the entire transcript here.

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Gov. Palin Will Appear On The Record Tonight

Posted by Dr. Fay on June 8, 2012

Great lookout by our friends at Jews for

Sarah Palin to appear on Greta tomorrow night, Fri. 10pm ET

Posted On June 7 , 2012
Category – Opinion


Greta made the announcement tonight at the conclusion of ‘On The Record.’

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