Skip to comments.Sean Hannity Talks to Sarah Palin About Herman Cain and Other Candidates
Posted on 12/02/2011 4:18:57 PM PST by onyx
Dec. 2, 2011
Sarah Palin joins Sean live from Alaska to discuss the ongoing controversy surrounding presidential candidate Herman Cain.
Hard for me to care what Sarah has to say.
She moved on and should stay moved on.
Now’s the time, Sarah.
Yes, make spaghetti for the kids or something.
“At this point it doesn’t do me or anyone else any good to endorse..., because of changing of positions...”.
Did I get that right?
I hope so!
I will have to listen again.
Way past time for you to move to any threads but Sarah Palin threads.
So irrelevant that the Santorum campaign tried to twist a positive statement into an endorsement.
I want on...
Folks keep posting 'em, I comment.
Maybe it's way past time to keep posting 'em.
Cause-and-effect, you know?
He didn’t ask her about the Iowa reconsider ad. Dang!
I have to listen again.
She said she would be at the convention. Of course.
Thanks very much!
You just want attention. Like a naughty child = even negative attention. Happy Thanksgiving, buddy.
Alarm bells went off last night when I watched and listened to the interview. Sarah didn’t look or sound good. What’s happening?
Yeah, she’s done. /s
Right back atcha.
I may put the Christmas tree up tomorrow.
And yet, here you are.
She moved on and should stay moved on.
Her remarks were guarded.
I thought she looked extremely beautiful all dressed in red last night. The subject matter was serious, not delightful or fluff, regarding Herman Cain.
Maybe you can tell me your concerns that I didn’t see?
And yet, here you are, post #3, on a Sara Palin thread letting everyone know you don’t care what she has to say. One would think if you didn’t care you wouldn’t even bother to click on the link. Irony is everywhere on FR these days!
Her comments will go a long way to making sure that the candidate is not a moderate. She wields a lot of power.
SP thinks way ahead,and the wheels are turning.
Misogynist much, Mr. Cro-Magnon?
Do you feel that Palin is incapable of making spaghetti?
Do you need to appeal to others to back your point?
Your point that you feel Palin is incapable of making spaghetti?
Personally I figure she could make spaghetti. Just my opinion.
And rant and snot and whine and bichhe and moan and post all of their wimpy little comments.
The book on Governor Sarah Palin is not written yet, in full.
As in the case of Reagan, her opponents may be underestimating her.
And yet, here you are flaunting your inability to spell her name.
She is careful with her words, but it sounds like she likes Gingrich the best. However, at the very end, when Hannity asked her if she would be happy if it came down to Gingrich vs. Romney at the end, she was far less convincing. She was very clear that she wants a nominee who understands that we cannot go on with the status quo. The nominee must understand that there needs to be dramatic and immediate reform (in Washington). (That made it sound like she likes Cain... so who knows where she is leaning.)
She is looking for ideological consistency (noted Ron Paul and Rick Santorum for their consistency).
Oh well, she just grabbed 45% on the hotair poll. Must be troublesome for her...ahahahah!
LOL, good grief, she's just giving political commentary. There is nothing subtle or particularly clever about it. It's interesting analysis from a former Governor and VP candidate. That's it. She is asked questions and she answers them. Precisely what makes her good in her role as an analyst is that she doesn't seem to have an agenda at all other than offering opinion from a conservative point of view. She calls things as she sees them.
SP thinks way ahead,and the wheels are turning.
I think the wheels are turning among her fans far more than for her. She is just giving her opinion on the state of the race, and her thoughts are pretty varied. She doesn't seem to be firmly for any of the candidates, usually compliments them all from time to time, offers a bit of criticism now and again, and will eventually endorse whoever wins the nomination. It's pretty simple really, not some grand scheme.
It's usually some segment of her fans that still think Sarah is gaming everything out in sort of Sun Tzu like strategy to fool the "establishment". Why is it so hard for some of you folks to believe she is just happy being an analyst giving her honest thoughts? What is this determination to believe she is playing some complicated political chess game? Sorry folks, she's not that deceitful. And she is not running for President, nor is she trying to rig the primary process to cause a brokered convention that she can ride into like some sort of White Knight and claim the nomination. It's not going to happen, let it go.
Admit it! You just miss us because the FReepathon is over. ;-)
It's nice when the varied factions have a common cause.
It's too soon to endorse anyone. And she could end up endorsing no one. If it ends up being a slug, Palin may take a pass. I would.
Those threads are just old-fashioned fun.
Thanks for posting. I like to hear what she has to say.
I'm sure that Sarah is well aware of the ad, but yeah, too bad Sean didn't ask her about it. He missed an opportunity there.
Then again, Sarah may have warned him off asking about it before the interview. Dunno, but she likes to keep her cards close to her vest. That, we do know.
I won’t flame you. I happen to agree (as if everyone here doesn’t know that already).
Not a day goes by, that I don’t stop and wonder what alternative universe I’ve landed in. In the real world, Sarah was supposed to be running away with the nomination by now.
I’ve accepted her decision, but she wouldn’t be the first reluctant candidate to have her mind changed by circumstances. Others before her have chosen to stay out, only to change their minds when the dynamics of the race demanded they stand for office.
You must admit, our circumstances with this election are dire. It looks for all the world that the ruling class establishment are once again going to get a president who is beholden to them, and NOT the US Constitution and the American people, but a puppet slave who they can use to further dismantle this country.
I can’t think of another outsider of Palin’s caliber who has what it takes in the way of latent support to still get in and win at this point in the race. And we desperately need a better choice that what we have now.
Come on, Sarah, do it. Do it now.
I totally agree with you.
Did she now? I voted in that poll earlier, but haven't seen the results.
45%, you say? Doesn't that beat the pants off Tweedledum and Tweedledee?
My thoughts too....she looked tired....maybe ill.....perhaps she was just coming down with a virus, a cold, the flu.
Disgusting..... Your opinion of Sarah Palin is indistinguishable for that of any moonbat liberal's.
Pity that you live with such ugliness in your heart. Even worse - you appear to revel in it.
And that means what? Can’t find anything else to say? I have a niece who spells her name with an “h” at the end. So sue me. Still, I’m on this thread because I admire Sara (not my niece with an “h”) Palin. You’re here because...?
You used a lot of words to say nothing, nonsensical bushwah. You and others have trashed her for years,and now you think you can sucker her into supporting your candidate.
You have not been paying attention to her words,or you are just a BS artist.
ROFL! Karl Rove speaks: “Gov. Palin is a much more powerful endoresement” (than Trump)!!!!
On Greta - scroll to the 6:00 mark
Ohboy .. will she respond ?? LOL ..
Palin confidant offers forum to Rick Santorum
....... Palin confidant Steve Bannon has booked the former Pennsylvania senator for an hour-long interview on his radio show. Santorum will appear as a guest on Bannon’s “Victory Sessions” on Los Angeles’ KABC on Sunday night.
“We’re going to give an entire hour to have him walk through his argument for why he should be the Republican nominee and specifically about Gov. Palin’s comment about how he’s the most ideologically consistent candidate and how that compares and contrasts with the others,” Bannon said.
Palin then went out of her way to tout Santorum, commending his positions on foreign policy, abortion and taxes. “If voters start kind of shifting gears and decided they want ideological consistency, then they’re going to start paying attention to, say, Rick Santorum,” Palin said.
I'm on it because I don't. But I AM able to spell her name correctly.
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