She used the word victory for the "actions" of the bill well after Greta used it...Palin used it in the context of the Tea Party first and then in the context of the bill itself.
Many people seem to be in denial.
Palin does not see it as a victory. Csense explains it so that even people with PDS can understand:
... She wasnt referring to the substance of the bill as a victory, she was merely agreeing with Greta, when Greta said: The Tea Party had an enormous victory because they did change the discussion here in Washington, and it is a little bit like trying to change the direction of an aircraft carrier, its not easy
Sarah then went on to explain why the content isnt a victory and summarized by saying: Yes this is a victory because tea party patriots did shift the debate...
Shes not abrogating her principles and what she said was exactly correct.
The above stolen without permission from csense. - Thanks, free me
But you just pull that one phrase from what she continued to say ...
"... it's a step in the right direction. Yet still, you know, I'm not celebrating as a pure 100 percent victory the actions that have been taken because, again, we're handing a very liberal president and his colleagues a check in order to spend even more money that we don't have. We're not taking the steps still to reform entitlements so that those safety nets can be there for future generations. And we're not taking steps, Greta, to become energy independent. We're still over there talking to dictators, talking to foreign country leaders, asking them to ramp up development of energy supplies when we have those God-given resources here, underfoot, that we should be developing in order to be energy secure, one more step to get the economy back on the right track."
It's far more of step in the wrong direction. No one should be spinning the deal as anything but a disaster.