Skip to comments.Full Interview: Sarah Palin on Fox News Sunday
Posted on 06/05/2011 11:13:22 AM PDT by unseen1
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Absolutely great interview. Looked and sounded presidential.
her best interview yet. wish Chris would have let her talk about Iraq though, i agree with her on the other two war fronts so would have liked to hear her wishes per Iraq.
we need more of these types of interviews with Palin
“time to make soup”
I’m watching it now.
Palin looks and sounds presidential. She is ready for every question. She sounds GREAT.
Chris Wallace should shut up and let her finish the damn questions. While Wallace could have been worse, he’s such a little Romney loving ass.
Palin hit it out of the park. By the end of the interview, she had Chris Wallace completely charmed. I think she has done a whole lot of homework since running for VP with McLame. Also, it seems as though she has worked on lowering her voice, so she doesn’t sound as shrill as she used to sound. Another thing my family and I noticed is that she took some pauses to think before she answered some of the tougher questions. She was just more articulate and to the point in this interview. The bottom line, I think the dims and Obamanation better prepare for the Palin tsunami or they are going to get washed out to sea.
The newbie from WSJ is Kimberly Strossel, who seems to me a reliable conservative.
The overall recommendation of this group seemed to be: The GOP candidate has got to be middle road because that's where the bulk of the vote lies.
Of course there are other ways to get the winning share of votes, but these weren't considered.
Podesta was nothing but an Obama
an ass wipe accolyte. Liasson looked like she had a facelift? If so, not bad, not bad.
Sarah was absolutely superb!
She said, “. . . what President Palin would do is. . .” and “. . . we will . . .”
It was a solid performance and great on target with the facts.
In the later follow up about how the republicans can get a better response from the economy I noted that the panel mentioned cutting spending and cutting regulation but did not mention Sarah’s comment on cheaper energy. This is a key issue to me because opening up the reserves to drilling (and this means curtailing the environmental and EPA action to delay it) will immediately open up new jobs and at the same time send a message to the markets that the US is going to become a larger producer of energy. This seems to be the best message to Americans who want to see more job creation.
And Sarah missed a point she almost made — cutting spending if it is targeted at the regulators — will have the effect of cutting regulations too. Let the regulators deal with a loss of staff and force them to focus on the regulations that are the most important. This would be another good position for Sarah to take.
I do agree with Bill on the panel too, if it becomes a two person race it is time for Ryan or Cristy to rethink where they can do the most good.
I missed it.
What did she say about the tens of millions who've invaded our country from Mexico, resulting in chocked off hospitals, health care, schools, jails, welfare and social services?
Right on target and Chris the Rat could not trip her up!
she came out against the dream act this week. That’s more than any other GOP candiddate has done, she stood beside Brewer when she signed the Az immigration bill and she has called for new ROE for our border security force and closing of the border....
If your main concern is immigration Palin is the only candidate for you
So she didn't comment on the above?
If your main concern is immigration
Lets put it this way, Yemen, Outer Mongolia and places like Libya are at the bottom of my list.
Sarah has quite a range of well-presented, well-reasoned positions on all the issues under the President’s purview. It’s remarkable that a woman who is not running for president (just ask Romney, the Obama Regime, and the mainstream media) would have given so much thought to every issue. If this keeps up, I may have to reconsider my blind faith in everything MSNBC.
Your president is violating the law in Libya. It should be higher on your list.
Let’s put it this way. If immigration is your main concern Gov Palin is your candidate.
Your president and the past president aided and abetted an epic violent invasion of your country, which has undermined your hospitals, health care, jails, schools and resulted in tens of thousands of Americans being stabbed, run over, robbed, raped, burglarized, assaulted, which has compromised your very electoral process and national security.
And I am supposed to worry about Libya?
Thanks for that bit of humor.
Not humor. Its the truth. And, as others have told you and you haven’t responded to, if immigration is your issue Sarah Palin is your candidate.