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Sarah Palin to Appear on Hannity Tonight, 9 p.m. Eastern

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on July 30, 2013

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Sean Hannity announced on his afternoon radio show that Sarah Palin and Ted Cruz would be guests on his 9:00 p.m. FOX News show this evening.  From Hannity’s website:

Tonight Sarah Palin joins Sean to sound off on ObamaCare’s struggles. Plus will the former vice presidential candidate become Sen. Sarah Palin? And Sen. Cruz discusses his hopes of uniting the party against the Affordable Care Act.

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Palin: “I Had To Buck The System”

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on July 9, 2013

Sarah Palin appeared as a guest on the Sean Hannity Radio Show in the 4 o’clock hour today.  Palin talks Tea Party, taking on establishment Republicans (bucking the system), 2014 mid-terms, and the importance of looking for “new blood and new energy” candidates.

h/t sarahnettoo

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UPDATED! Gov. Palin talks to O’Reilly, Cavuto, and Hannity about the Ryan/Biden debate

Posted by Dr. Fay on October 12, 2012

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Paul Scicchitano AT NewsMax reported on the O’Reilly interview:

Former GOP vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin recalled thumbing through a stack of note cards, mostly on foreign policy issues, in preparation for her 2008 debate against Joe Biden. An attached note from the McCain campaign instructed “Memorize these.”

Therein may have been one of the problems for the ill-fated campaign.

“It all had to do with for the most part (with) foreign policy issues which were not top of the ticket in terms of issues at the time,” recalled Palin, appearing on Fox’s “The O’Reilly Factor” in advance of Thursday’s vice presidential debate between her former rival and Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan.

“We should have talked more about the economy and how Barack Obama would lessen opportunities for economic recovery at the time,” Palin told host Bill O’Reilly.

“Instead, I was asked to memorize a whole lot of things about foreign policy that weren’t as relevant in the voters’ minds as the economy would.”

After looking at the note cards for a number of days, Palin tossed them aside “finally realizing how inconsistent and a bit convoluted some of the answers were,” she explained.

“You know at some point the candidate just has to kind of chuck those and decide ‘I will stand on my own record, my own philosophy, my own principles, making sure that they coincide with the top of the ticket’s views and we’ll go from there in the debate.’”

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Although her interview with Hannity has been more widely reported on, Governor Palin introduced her musk ox analogy of the Ryan/Biden debate in the Cavuto interview.  She went on to respond to questions about economics and Biden’s mention of her name with his “death panels” remarks.  Gov. Palin clarified that the “death panel” of 15 bureaucrats is different from what Ryan had been talking about when Biden interjected his remark.    Governor Palin also critiqued Ryan’s and Biden’s performances and described Biden as the “attack dog” sent out by the Obama camp to raise some of the issues  that Obama failed to do in his interview with Romney.

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Excerpted from the FOX News transcript:

SEAN HANNITY, HOST OF “HANNITY”: We’re live in Danville, Kentucky where just a short time ago the first and only vice presidential debate concluded. Joining me now is somebody who was, well, mentioned by the vice president tonight and that is former Republican vice presidential nominee, Governor Sarah Palin. Governor, welcome back to the program.

SARAH PALIN, FORMER ALASKA GOVERNOR: Thanks so much, Sean.

HANNITY: All right, let’s get your initial thoughts. I don’t think Joe Biden smiled as uncontrollably in your debate and nor do I think he was as rude and condescending. I’m hearing from a lot of people, on Twitter, e-mails all over the place that this did not go over very well tonight. Your thoughts?

PALIN: Well, I believe that Joe Biden was sent in as the attack dog in this debate to compensate for President Obama’s atrocious showing in his own debate where he was aloof and arrogant and disconnected and really disengaged with what is very important to the American voter.

That was the representation of Obama in his own debate last week. So I believe that Joe Biden was sent in to try to compensate for that, but really tough format, Sean, for someone like Paul Ryan or anyone else up against Joe Biden when the moderator allowed one candidate to absolutely run rough shot over the conversation over the opponent.

That’s a tough format. It reminded me I just told Neil Cavuto of watching a Muscat run across the tundra with somebody underfoot and in this case when it came to style it was Paul Ryan underfoot because of the moderator allowing Biden to do the interrupting, to kind of take control of the conversation.

HANNITY: I would say that maybe there is a lesson to be learned here is that if Martha ever gets married again that probably Paul Ryan should go to her wedding, which I thought was wrong in the first place. Because there’s obviously a conflict of interest.

And it was interesting that every time she seemed to interrupt was well, to bail out Joe Biden and shut down Paul Ryan. But I don’t think it impacted the debate. Some things might have gone unnoticed, governor that I want to get your thoughts on.

When Joe Biden talked about they’re down on America. They bet against America. Holding hostage was another term that he used. Now this is a — he’s working for a president lecturing the country on civility. I wanted to get your take on those particular terms that he used tonight meaning the vice president.

PALIN: You know that inciting-type rhetoric that did not go over well. I believe with those who are rational American voters just wanting to deal with facts and what the true state of the union is and we know the state of the union is not very good right now because of the failed policies of Obama and Biden.

I think what you’re going to see tonight is along with that inciting rhetoric of Joe Biden’s what you’re going to see as a result of that is the mainstream media tomorrow morning will probably want to give a quote/unquote “win” to Joe Biden based on style.

Because Joe Biden came across as passionate having used rhetoric like you just mentioned. Unfortunately, Joe Biden is quite passionate about all of the wrong things. He’s passionate about growing government assuming government is the answer.

Whereas Paul Ryan, more subdued perhaps, I believe more pulled together. But what Paul Ryan was trying to explain is that Republican platform is built on this notion of empowering the individual, middle class.

Just the average everyday American who isn’t looking for government to come in and take more and more of what the fruits of our labor is then redistribute it according to some far away, faceless, politician priorities.

HANNITY: Well, you know, but there are certain lines that I thought were very, very interesting, actually got some audience reaction tonight. And you know we’ve got to build our cars in Finland? You know, have our windmills built in China?

The $90 billion that were wasted on so called green energy jobs? Where are the five million jobs that they had promised? Unemployment rate in Scranton, Pennsylvania went up significantly 8.5 percent to 10 percent.

You know, it’s very interesting. The piggy bank ObamaCare line. Hand in cookie jar. Then, of course he laid out the facts America’s not better off than it was four years ago.

Fewer Americans working, $6 trillion in debt and that he’s offering a very different vision and very serious, very methodical, very intelligent way to the American people. What does the country want?

PALIN: Right, what you’re suggesting there is the substance of the arguments made tonight. How important the substance was, not so much the style. I honestly think at this stage of the race, people are not so obsessed with who’s going to come across more intelligent or more passionate based on words, terminology used, but what is the substance?

What is behind their beliefs, their policies? What is their own record? What I was hoping is that Paul Ryan would have the opportunity to bring up Joe Biden’s energy record and how he’s been so opposed to domestic drilling of our resources and development here on and within our own shores.

You know, it was Joe Biden who 30 some years ago actually voted against the TransAlaska Oil Pipeline, which has dumped 18 billion barrels of good, clean energy into American markets.

Yet, Joe Biden opposed it back then and opposes capping our own resources today. That is why you can see the cost of energy so sky high affecting every good, every service in America.

HANNITY: Well, all I can say is I can’t wait to get back to our studio tomorrow night and montage Joe Biden and his facial expressions all throughout the debate.

I think that’ll be a big story by the time we get back. There is was instant poll I saw that had Ryan ahead. Every focus group I’m hearing from did not like the tone, the condescension, the arrogance, and the interruption of the vice president.

So we’re going to watch very closely. Governor Palin, great to see you as always. Thank you so much for being with us.

PALIN: Thank you, Sean. Let me remind you one thing too though. The truth told can’t be all lies when can invent. When Joe Biden told some truths about debt panels, but he told it out of context with an intention to skew what the true meaning and the truth behind the policy issues are. That’s as bad as actually telling a lie so just keep that in mind when you talk about the verbiage that Joe Biden chose to use tonight.

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Palin blames Obama’s foreign policy failures for attacks on U. S. embassies

Posted by Dr. Fay on September 14, 2012

Excellent writeup about Governor Palin’s interview with Hannity by Greg McDonald at Newsmax:

Palin: Obama Using Video as ‘Red Herring’ for Policy Mistakes

Friday, 14 Sep 2012 08:27 AM

By Greg McDonald

Sarah Palin accused President Barack Obama Thursday of pursuing a “a policy of appeasement” in the Middle East and described the American-made film denigrating the Prophet Mohammed that ignited the violent attacks on U.S embassies as a “red herring” and “phantom video” the administration is using to hide its policy failures.

“This film, as you mentioned in your intro there, that is a red herring,” Palin told Fox News’s Sean Hannity Thursday. “And the media is going along with the Obama administration, pretending like this is a protest against some phantom video on YouTube. No. It’s because the Obama administration dropped the ball.
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“And they have not taken head-on this war on terror, and they have adopted a foreign policy of appeasement where our enemies no longer fear us and our friends can no longer trust us,” she added.

The former Alaska governor and 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee offered no specific advice on how to immediately deal with the continuing anti-American protests. But she said, “I sure wish that reporters would ask our president, ‘How much longer can we afford to spill our blood and treasure trying to, quote/unquote, ‘promote democracy’ in places that do not have any values for a civilized society?’”

Palin, now a Fox News contributor, said Obama “has been so absolutely naive in his foreign  policy” that it has put the United States “in a much weaker position than we were four years ago” when he took office. Instead of showing strength, she said the president has instead offered “a big group hug from America” to countries and radical groups in the Middle East that “would seek America’s harm.”

She also criticized the administration for not providing adequate defenses for U.S. diplomatic personnel. Referring to a report in a British newspaper that the administration may have had a two-day advance warning of possible assaults on embassies, Palin said, “This is what I mean by the Obama administration dropping the ball .”

“They knew that the anniversary of 9/11 is a quite volatile time,” she added. “Where were the Marines?”

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Gov. Palin: Obama Dropped The Ball

Posted by Dr. Fay on September 13, 2012

Governor Palin talked to Sean Hannity tonight about the terror attacks in the Middle East on September 11 and following.

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From the FOX News transcript of the segment:

HANNITY:

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Here with more on all of this, Fox News contributor, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin. Governor, welcome back to the program.

I really have to contain my anger, Governor, because here, our embassy is attacked. Our flag is ripped down. They’re chanting for Usama bin Laden, they’re chanting, no God but Allah, on our property. We give this country $2 billion a year. And then for the first 10 to 16 hours, we go out and apologize? Can you explain that to me?

SARAH PALIN, FOX NEWS CONTRIBUTOR: Yes, Sean. We have to ask ourselves, and I sure wish that reporters would ask our president, how much longer can we afford to spill our blood and treasure, trying to quote/unquote, “promote democracy” in places that do not have any values for a civilized society, values like respecting minorities and women’s rights and independent judiciary and rule of law? How much longer do we now support and fund Sharia democracy?

Now, as for this film, as you mentioned in your intro there, that is a red herring and the media is going along with some in the Obama administration, pretending like this is a protest against some phantom video on YouTube? No. It’s because the Obama administration dropped the ball. And they have not taken head-on this war on terror, and they have adopted a foreign policy of appeasement where our enemies no longer fear us and our friends can no longer trust us.

HANNITY: This is — yes.

PALIN: And the media’s going along with this idea, this false narrative of this video being the cause of this chaos.

HANNITY: We’re going to get into the media later tonight Governor, because their handling of this, they are blaming Romney. Thank God Romney spoke out in defense of his country after our embassy was attacked, our flags were ripped down and in Egypt — I’m sorry, in Libya, in Benghazi, we had an ambassador, three other people killed, his body dragged through the streets after it’s reported in “The Washington Times,” he was sodomized before he was killed.

Here’s what I want to show you. This wasn’t supposed to happen under President Obama. He went to Cairo, he was going to bring the world together and world peace was going to break out as he went on this apology tour, and this was part of the speech in Cairo back in 2009.

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HANNITY: And then he went on to say that we have gone against even our own values, that’s when the apology for America came in, Governor. Has he succeeded in what his quote, “vision” was, of uniting the Muslim world and getting along better with them?

PALIN: He has been so absolutely naive in his foreign policy measures that he has undertaken and that has put America in a much weaker position than we were four years ago again with our enemies not fearing us, our friends not being able to trust us, our president not having time to meet with allies like Netanyahu, and yet, having more time than ever to meet with and try to appease some of those whom we should be showing our strength to, instead of this kind of capitulation — big group hug from America –

HANNITY: Yes. It didn’t work.

PALIN: Those who would seek America’s harm.

HANNITY: Governor, last question, I see as I am coming down tonight, a new headline that has just broken on the Drudge Report, a study out of a newspaper, The Independent in Great Britain — by the way, a liberal paper. And the headline is revealed inside story of the U.S. envoy’s assassination. Among the things that they point out here is the State Department in fact had credible information 48 hours before the mob’s charge, the consulate in Benghazi.

How big of an investigation do we need to see if they had knowledge and did not act?

PALIN: Exactly. That’s what I mean by the Obama administration dropping the ball. If they had these 48 hours to be prepared, they knew that the anniversary of 9/11 is a quite volatile time. Where were the marines? Is it true that the marines were not allowed to have live ammo in some of these places? What is wrong with this administration that would ever put America’s interests on the back burner in order to appease some of these people in some of these places that do not value civilized society?

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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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Palin: Appearing on Hannity Tonight at 9:00 pm ET

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on September 7, 2012

SarahPalinAddressesRealEstateConventionLas1According to the FOX News website, Governor Sarah Palin will be appearing with Sean Hannity tonight at 9:00 p.m. Eastern.  From FOX News:

 

President Obama took center stage last night at the DNC, but are voters really buying his plan? Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin weighs in tonight on ‘Hannity’

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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 on Hannity Tonight!

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on August 27, 2012

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Governor Sarah Palin will appear on the FOX News Channel tonight with Sean Hannity at 9:00 p.m. Eastern.

From Hannity’s website:

Sean is live from Tampa! Sen. Rand Paul, Rep. Michele Bachmann, Sen. Rob Portman and Sarah Palin talk Romney-Ryan ticket, GOP convention and more tonight on ‘Hannity’

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Sarah Palin: Romney has to get through the filter of the lapdog media

Posted by Dr. Fay on July 11, 2012

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Governor Palin discussed the latest Romney/Obama poll numbers and  the November election with Hannity last night.   In response to Hannity’s remark that Romney was looking pretty good in the latest polls, she responded:

Well, he is. And the more time that Mitt Romney has to get his message out, the better it is for him. When voters start understanding that middle class families have seen the decimation of their net worth to the tune of 40 percent under Barack Obama and monumental fiscal failures are really the hallmark of this administration, the more time that Mitt Romney has to get those facts out there, the more you will see the polls change.

Noting the larger percentage of Democrats participating in the poll, Hannity asked Governor Palin if she thought the media was purposefully manipulating the poll.  Governor Palin responded:

No question. Absolutely. And that’s par for the course, though, with the — manipulation of the media’s message. And you know, they — like they did four years ago, Sean, they chose their One and they did all that they could to usher him into the White House. We are going to see the same tactics this is go around. And I think voters, though, are wiser, perhaps, this go-around in understanding that the media does manipulate information.

The filter that the media is, is something that a politician, a candidate has to be extremely astute in — kind of decimating that filter and getting through it, so that the public has the correct information.

Hannity said that it seemed that Obama was going to use 3 forms of attack:  a smear campaign, class warfare, and taxes.  He asked Governor Palin if she thought Obama could win the election using class warfare.  She responded:

Well, the more people that he has feeding out of his hands, the better it is for him, of course. And when you consider that 49,  50 percent of Americans are not paying taxes and they are so reliant upon the government for their income and for benefits, that bodes well for the extreme left who wants to grow government and take away people’s freedoms and entrepreneurial spirit and work ethic. That’s what this is all about.

So, the more people who are reliant on Barack Obama and the Democrats, the better it is for them. But no — as President Clinton — shoot, as Barack Obama had even said just a couple of years ago, a few years ago, that increasing taxes at a time of economic woe is the worst thing that you can do. And yet, he’s flip-flopped on that along with so many other issues and now decides that he will increase taxes, allowing the Bush tax extensions to expire. And that’s going to really negatively affect our small businesses, which of course, is the economic backbone of this country.

When asked whether Romney should respond to the smear attacks on his offshore bank accounts, Governor Palin responded:

 You know I think that Governor Romney should vigorously defend his record and the fiscal decisions that he has made as a private citizen and with his private company. But we need to remember and Romney needs to remind the public and the media that his private bank accounts are not the problem — that is not what is causing the economic demise of this country. It is what Barack Obama believes and then makes manifest in our economy with the  monumental failures that kind of replicate the socialist nations that he seems to want to emulate.

Hannity played videoclips of Obama calling the Republican budget a Trojan horse and social Darwinism and  saying that Republicans want dirtier air and water.   Hannity said the remarks wreaked of desperation.  Governor Palin responded:

Well, it does. Consider the source, though, Sean. I mean, read Barack Obama’s autobiographies that he wrote before he accomplished anything, the two books. He made up things in his books and the media, by the way, didn’t vet him and let him get away with it. Composite girlfriends and composite experiences that shaped him. So, you know, it should be no surprise, no wonder that he makes things up today and the lap dogs in the media, they go along with him.

But, you know, as for that accusation of Romney not being transparent enough with his private funds and where he invests his dollars, here is – Debbie Wasserman Schultz is accusing him of not revealing more of his tax records when she’s  never revealed her tax records!

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So, you know, if this isn’t the kettle calling the pot black, or the pot calling the kettle black, then I don’t know what is. And really, if it weren’t so insanely hypocritical, all of this would be laughable.

Hannity asked how the President could make the case that he has made the economy better.

He can make the case just by  making things up, Sean.  But the numbers speak for themselves. And though as they say, the American middle class has seen the decimation of their net worth by 40 per cent.  And you know, I’m glad his campaign and the Beltway pundits have made this election about taxes.  That’s an easy one for fiscal conservatives who understand that “we’re taxed enough already” and that growing government is not the answer to anything.  In fact, growing government is the problem.  Barack Obama is the leader of what the problem is all about, and that is growing government

Asked what her best message for Romney was, Governor Palin said:

He’s already got the right message and that is that the free market works best and the  Constitution is the fine blueprint to get us toward a more perfect Union as opposed to Barack Obama’s idea of growing government and  taking away our freedoms and quashing that entrepreneurial spirit that built America.

So Romney already has the right message.  It’s just a matter now of Governor Romney being very, very courageous and bold and passionate about that message.  Again, he’s got to get through that filter of the media, which is going to be quite difficult, because 90 per cent of the media is so far left that they are serving as a lap dog for Barack Obama.

So Romney – he has said before that he doesn’t want to have to light his hair on fire.  Well, there are a lot of  his  base supporters,  Independents, who are saying, “Well, light our hair on fire, then!  Remind us how important it is that we get engaged in this Presidential election, because it is the election of our lifetime. (emphasis mine)

And we saw in the 2010 electoral victory, and we saw in the Wisconsin recall victory where the right was victorious there, that the base, the Independents, the Tea Party patriots need to be energized and get out to vote.  Otherwise, the right is not going to be able to get in there into the White House and reverse the course that Barack Obama has put us on towards bankruptcy and insolvency.

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