Friday, August 12, 2011

Governor Palin Speaks to Hannity at the Iowa State Fair

Tonight Governor Sarah Palin was in the Hawkeye State visiting the Iowa State Fair, Sean Hannity had the chance to sit down with the Governor and ask a few questions amongst an enthusiastic crowd.

Hannity asked about tomorrow's Iowa Straw Poll and where Governor Palin was on her decision about 2012: "I am still considering a run," said Palin to thunderous applause and cheering. "I think the good folks here in Iowa believe it's time this country is put back on the right track and they are ready for some positive change that will allow that!” Palin said to more crowd applause and cheering.

Regarding last night's debate, Palin said, "I’m thankful some folks took of some gloves [Newt Gingrich], people deserve candidates that are passionate."

Hannity continued, "You've been beaten up and you bounce back, how do you do it?"

Palin said, "It's human nature, we make a choice how we react. We can become bitter or better. We're used to being beaten up and we chose to be better."

When asked if what we see what is going on around the world in Europe and various other countries; could come to America, Palin said, "Absolutely. We should not be naive enough to put our head in sand... if we repeat the mistakes they have made, the out of control government spending, we are naive to think that we are not going to end up the same way. We know the solutions it's just a matter of applying them." Palin continued, "Even the 10 year deal we just passed, we're not going to solve problem... we're not digging to the root of problem."

When asked about the newly elected subcommittee, Palin responded, "I agree with some of the candidates last night, it's a stupid idea. More government bureaucrats... I'll bet you can go out here (pointing to the crowd) and find 10 members… find 10 farmers and they can tell you what can we do to make cuts to get the economic engine up and running and going and thriving and they can give you a better idea than those 10 members [on the subcommittee]. These [subcommittee] members have been part of the problem not the solution— with all do respect— no more of the same... no more politics as usual!" The crowd cheered.

On the debt downgrade, and out of control government spending, Palin said, "[During the debt debate] the American public told them what to do... cut the spending, cap the budget and balance the budget, now we are saying cut the crap and balance!"

Hannity asked Governor Palin if she didn't see a candidate emerging whom she could support, would she jump in the race, Palin said, "I've described the passion as a fire in the belly and it's not just me… that passion is real sincere, I love this country, these folks love this country and we want to make sure we hand the next generation blessings of liberty."

When asked on what specifically a President Palin would do to turn around the country, Palin said, "Cut back all spending... there is so much the state governments could be doing... department of education [for instance] states should have control of a curriculum... that applies to every area in respect to the 10th amendment. Let state rights shine through and empower people of America." 

Palin continued, on the fundamental problem of DC, "No faith in the American people... (pointing to the crowd) YOU know how to spend your money better than DC!" Palin said to more applause and cheering.

When asked how to breakthrough all the propaganda and lies the democrats spew, Palin responded, "That's your job and my job. To bust through the lies and hold them accountable and make sure they are not getting away with telling people that government is the answer, government is the problem— look what's happening around world, let's not repeat what's on going around the world."

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