She really hasn’t said anything on immigration lately. She was fairly supportive back when she was on the ticket with McCain but that was to be expected. The only other time I really heard her mention the issue was in an interview a few years ago with O’Reilly where he kept badgering her about it and she gave a fairly lukewarm reply that just said basically that she didn’t want to deport everyone and and that some deal could probably be worked out.
But it’s never been a major issue for her and she’s never really been out in front pushing it like say McCain, Rubio, Jeb Bush, etc... have.
She was a very strong supoprter of Gov Brewer’s when the AZ law was a big issue.
I’d wait until she says something more recent and detailed on the issue before coming to any firm conclusions.
Palin actually went down to stand alongside (literally) with Brewer during the AZ law furor. The media was spitting hellfire over Brewer and the law, and the virtually all of the GOP leaders were hiding in the tall grass, or giving weaselly, embarrassing answers. I distinctively recall Rubio as giving an example of the latter.
Another reason I value Palin so highly. Just like when she went to Wisconsin during the Walker recall-petition, giving a speech amidst all those unhinged protesters. Another case when all the usual “GOP stalwarts” were in hiding.
Part of the point is that she’s said nothing, with the GOPe trying to ram it through this spring. Saying nothing speaks volumes.
She was supportive of Gov. Brewer, but she also during her time on Fox went out of her way to say there was no daylight between her and McCain’s position on it. And, just as McCain and all the others in the GOPe were hiding behind ‘enforce the border first’, then we’ll talk about next steps’ (which was just after the tea party victories in 210), Palin started saying the same.
I think she’s terrific, but she’s been terrible on this issue in part because she has been so evasive on it.