Tuesday, August 02, 2011

Palin: 'If we were real domestic terrorists, President Obama would be wanting to pal around with us.'

PALIN:  Well, the president’s speech in Arizona as he asked folks to start ratcheting down the rhetoric was all talk. He wasn’t sincere in that. And, that’s typical Barack Obama, unfortunately. That is typical of our president, where it's 'blah-blah-blah.' It’s all talk and no real action. And otherwise he’d be on Biden, and tell Biden to tone it down a little bit. Yeah, right. Independent, patriotic Americans who desire fiscal sanity in our beloved nation being called terrorists. Heck, Sean, if we were real domestic terrorists, shoot, President Obama would be wanting to pal around with us. Wouldn’t he? I mean - he didn’t have a problem palling around with Bill Ayers back in the day when he kicked off his political career in Bill Ayers apartment. And then, shaking hands with Chavez, and saying he doesn't need any preconditions with meeting dictators, or wanting to read U.S. Miranda rights to alleged, suspected foreign terrorists.  No, if we were real domestic terrorists, I think President Obama wouldn’t have a problem with us.

Sarah Palin: ‘I Don’t Have Respect For What Mitt Romney Did’ In Debt Crisis Debate

HANNITY:  You said if the right candidate didn’t emerge, you would get into this race. And, it’s been a while since I've had you on the program. Are you getting closer to making that decision, and are you leaning towards getting in this race? 
PALIN:  Getting closer to making the decision, of course, for legal reasons, for practical reasons. But, still haven’t made up my mind yet, Sean. But, doggone it, I want these candidates who are in there, I want them to not be sitting back.  And bless his heart. I have respect for Mitt Romney — but I do not have respect for what he has done through this debt increase debate. He did this (sticking finger in the air).  He waited until it was a done deal that we would increase the debt ceiling, and more money would be spent -- more money borrowed and then spent on bigger government. And then he came out and he made a statement, that, oh, he didn’t like the deal after all. You know, you can’t defer an issue and assume that the problem is going to be then avoided. No. You defer an issue like not speaking out on how you really believe about an issue that we have just gone through as a nation. And no, you're inviting a crisis. So, Mitt Romney and other candidates, you need to get out there. You need to tell the electorate what you really feel about these issues. And don't do this (sticking her finger in the air). Don’t just wait and sit back. 
HANNITY:  So, you think they're sitting back.  Is there any candidate that's spoke out loudly enough that you were applauding? 
PALIN:  Michele Bachmann. She spoke out. And she cast her vote according to her principles. She stood true. But, long time to go still with debate, with discussion on who the right candidate will be. I’m not prejudging the field at this point.

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