Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Governor Palin on Hannity: "2012 Can't Come Soon Enough"

Tonight Governor Sarah Palin was on the Fox News channel with Sean Hannity discussing the debt debate, the road to 2012, and the fire between Democrats, Republicans and the Tea Party.

"I'm gonna stick up for people who at this point are being called terrorists and being accused of waging jihad against our own country... enough is enough and I'm not going to sit here and take it anymore... if we were terrorists, he’d (Obama) would want to pal around with us."

She also chastised Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney for not voicing his position on the debt-ceiling debate sooner, "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 [waving her pointer finger around as if to 'test the winds'], he waited until it was a done deal that we would increase the debt ceiling and more money would be spent, more money would be borrowed and spent on bigger government, and then he came out and made a statement that he didn't like the deal after all. You can't defer an issue and assume that the problem is then going to be avoided." She continued, "You're inviting a crisis, don't just wait and sit back."

Palin maintained that she's an optimist heading into this next election cycle and as for President Barack Obama, Palin offered, "He is so off base in this that I tell you, 2012 cannot come soon enough."

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