Full interview: Sarah Palin on with Greta tonight

Sarah Palin discuss the stalled fiscal cliff talks and racism accusations in criticism of Amb. Rice on Benghazi.

Watch below:

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  • white531

    What a girl! Can I say that, without being called, sexist? Actually, I don’t really give a damn, what you think. I’ll say it again. What a girl! Call me anything you like.

    • I’d call you a smart patriot 🙂

      • nibblesyble

        Darn you beat me to it! I second that!

    • RighteousCrow_JustCaws

      Wasn’t it ironic asking Sarah Palin about sexism against Susan Rice? If we had all Sarah’s in government, what an economically flush country the USA would be.

      • white531

        Yes it was, RighteousCrow, and I agree with the second part of your reply. If Sarah Palin was in our government, in ANY capacity, we would be on our way to a balanced budget by now.

    • 911Infidel

      She’s hot. Yep. I don’t care either. I’d do the wolf whistle, but she’d never hear me. :p)

      • sjmom

        But your wife might 🙂

        • 911Infidel

          No she wouldn’t. She knows I like girls. My radar is always on full blast. So long as my loyalty is to her only, it ain’t a problem.

      • Lydia Smithe

        I doubt she’d be interested in someone who is only able to think with one of his heads.

        • 911Infidel

          Saucer of milk kitty?

      • BMinPA

        I have seen her much hotter. She looks different, sorta gaunt and limpy hair.

    • sjmom

      You cannot only say it but I will second it.

    • crosshr

      I’ve heard of men testify that without God, their world would be forever doomed !

      In my case white531, without God and women, I’d be so lost, a lonesome lost dog !

      heh ! God has always do things right, wad a mighty God !

    • How on earth have we gotten to the point when your comment could be considered sexist by someone…. what times we live in! PC sucks!

  • deTocqueville1

    Great interviews with both Newt on Hannity and this one of Palin by Greta. She explains things so clearly and emphatically. Too bad we cannot swap out bonehead, cantdo and the other so called House leaders for Palin, Levin, Newt, Rush and some others. Then we would see real courage decisiveness and strategy. She is correct too, we are over the cliff. But those mental midgets just keep repeating the rubbish.

    • crosshr

      love these great names you mentioned and I wish they were running our gov. even at the very moment.I can imagine the outcome and effectiveness from strategical implementation of policies installed by the likes of Palin, Newt, Levin, West ,Rush, even Romney and Ryan had they serve in office.

      I’ll dream on !

  • timeout31

    Sarah is the real deal. They are trying to minimumize some of our good conservatives with ‘nads. I wish she were more vocal, and widely read. I appreciate Greta for interviewing her.

    Newt is right on. He so strong, and mostly unafraid. Even if fearful, he ususally brings the truth. And a way forward. No matter what the starting point is.

    • white531

      Sarah is a great leader, filled with common sense. Newt is a great problem solver. Best Speaker they ever had. Combine them with Allen West, Paul Ryan, and a few others, and you would have a steam roller running on all twelve cylinders, that would get things done in Washington, instead of wasting money and “compromising.”

  • Only Democrats care about skin color.

    This has nothing to do with that, and anyone with a quorum of neurons that interconnect knows it.

    The only thing the least bit “goatlike,” (scape or otherwise) are these race-baiting leftists who will roll in the mud for Obama, rather than try to get to the bottom of why four Americans were deliberately left to die.

    • NoToTyrants

      Agreed! The same left that is so concerned about the lives of terrorists are awfully quiet about the life of our Ambassador and the men trying to protect our Consulate in Benghazi.

      As a side note:

      …anyone with a quorum of neurons that interconnect knows it.

      Is that the same as having to brain cells to rub together? …LOL

      Love the phraseology!

      I may have to steal it when arguing some of my “progressive” relatives.

      • Steal on!

        I think I came up with the “quorum” part of that here a few years ago. Someone else (Dennis Miller I think) used the “Neurons that actually connect” line long before that.

        • white531

          Wherever it came from, its good. 🙂

      • sDee

        ….also the same leftist minds that demand due process in US courts for Gitmo terroirsts, think is just peachy for Hussein Obama to click through his drone Kill List each morning over coffee as judge, jury and executioner.

    • Betsey_Ross

      Did anyone notice the chick behind Eleanor Holmes Norton to the right? She was smiling through most of the clip. She knows this is just BS and she thinks it is funny because most times it works. The Republicans need a 24/7 propganda machine. These interviews are great, but mostly Sarah is preaching to the choir. The rest of the ill-informed don’t watch because they think she is stupid. I’ve seen it in our circle of friends. They are all Republicans and mostly male. It’s infuriating. She needs to get out there almost every day and start talking common sense so everyone can hear her. She and Newt are the only ones that make any sense.

      • Time for another bus tour for liberty.

  • Susanna958

    I thinnk the only hope for the country is if the conservative Governors all come together and say, “We will not comply”. And then get the 17 (?) amendment appealed. The Senate should work for the states.

    • sDee


  • Mackie

    Where does it say in the Constitution, that if you are woman or black and you hold an office in the US Government that you will be considered exempt of any criticism in the performance of your job.

    I’m sorry but I have looked everywhere and cannot find that.

    • deeme

      What’s really scary is the people chosen to uphold the Constitution..almost half of them don’t believe in it..

      • sDee

        Between those politicians who don not understand it and those who understand it while working to undermine it, I would say we are over 90%

        • deeme

          I was referring to the Supreme Court but you are probably right when it comes to all the branches together….

      • white531

        The Constitution is to Politicians, what the Bible is, to adulterers. It is something you claim to believe in, to help you appear innocent, but it is not the way you live your life.

        • deeme

          Wow you put it just right..I guess we can just consider it dead and buried..Without a funeral or a burial plot…I think I prefer Morsi’s method at least he’s upfront and honest about destroying their Constitution not sneaky hiding behind activist courts and lawyers…

    • sDee

      We signed our Constitutional rights over to political fancy when we allowed them to pass the civil rights amendment and equal rights legislation.

      “All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others”

    • sjmom

      Not in the Constitution but if you look in the Dem playbook I am sure you will find a chapter on the subject.

    • BikerHoop

      That’s the version the CBC keeps hidden away so they can pull it out when they feel they need it. It was written and is endorsed by Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton and Louis Farrakhan with a forward written by none other than Jeremiah Wright.

    • white531

      Its not in The Constitution. Its in the Progressives’ Handbook.

  • Communists want to confuse, blow money, weaken

    • Rocco11

      and thrash great Americans like Joe McCarthy, and Sarah Palin.

  • John_Frank

    Excellent interview.

    RS, thank you for posting the video.

  • ernst1776

    Sarah Palin is the only one to my knowledge who has stated, “We’ve already gone over the fiscal cliff”. It’s brillant!!! It’s such a simple, to the point, truth. Thank you Mrs. Palin.

  • colliemum

    Gov Palin is spot on, as usual. She is especially spot on when she points out that it’s not a question about going over the cliff – because that has already happened – about how painful the thump at the end will be.

    There’s another fact which should be used everywhere to slap these congresswimmin around the head with: they’re moaning about sexism when Amb Rice is asked valid questions.
    But where were, where are their outcries about the abhorrent, vile and thoroughly sexist treatment of Sarah Palin, not just when she ran as VP, but afterwards, right to this day?
    Obviously these congresswimmin think a white woman can be treated as badly as Gov Palin – because she’s got an R behind her name, and well, she’s white, innit …
    What a disgusting lot!

    • BikerHoop

      Well said and spot on, mum.

    • white531

      Right as usual, colliemum. I would only add this.

      Sarah Palin is the perfect embodiment of womanhood, motherhood, common sense, moral character, has a wonderful husband and wonderful children, lives every day for what she believes in, and is drop-dead gorgeous. Did I miss anything? That is why they hate her. All that hate is simply a derivative of Envy.

  • deeme

    I love Sarah and always forget she was my first choice for President before they tried to slaughter her whole family …Kids are suppose to be off limits but not hers..It makes me sick..I would like someone to tell me why they are allowed to get away with phrases like the top two percent Which makes us seem so unreasonable even though we all know they already pay more then their fair share..Everyone making over 250,000 is not the top two percent and everyone even below that will be hurt by Obamacare…Businesses can’t afford an extra 3 or 4 hundred thousand anyway you slice it..

  • BHliberty

    Palin says, “We need to make government as irrevelent as possible!”

    Right you are governor, right you are!

  • Gingrich and Palin are so right. Too many establishment Republicans are crying like little kids bleating for a deal. Forget it. The Repbulicans in the House need to stand firm and DEMAND that more reforms and cuts be made to entitlements. The House is actually in a very strong position. And the Republicans need to stop worrying about 2014, which is a long ways away. Do what’s right NOW and 2014 will take care of itself. Maybe if we go over this “fiscal cliff” and everybody gets hit with major tax increases, then EVERYBODY will start paying attention at how the Democrats in Congress are wasting their money. Democratic spending hurts a lot more when you have some skin in the game. And with Obama in office and all the taxes going up, especially all of the many new taxes going up with Obamacare, all Americans will get a crash course on how Obama’s view of government is going to hurt them. Maybe this is what it will take to convince the people who voted for Obama that perhaps it was a dumb idea to support the Democrats.

  • Nukeman60

    I find it interesting that Carney would say we have “an obsessive focus on Ambassador Rice’s appearance on a series of Sunday shows”. It’s these “Sunday shows” that the administration uses to sway the average American citizen’s opinion. If they don’t want us to focus on them, then perhaps they shouldn’t lie so much on these shows and the focus won’t be there.

    “Never called a male unqualified, not bright, untrustworthy”. Really? Haven’t they been listening? Let me repeat myself for the umpteenth time – Obama is unqualified, not bright, and untrustworthy! He is a male, is he not? Or is it like his race, whereby he is only half a man?

    All that before I even get to Sarah Palin’s talk. Whew. Now, on to this great American.

    Sarah speaks with a straightforward, honest, and unashamed attitude. I love her style. I would like to see a new party evolve with the likes of Sarah Palin, Newt Gingrich, Allen West, Ted Cruz, and others just like them all involved in it. It would be a positively energized party and people would turn to it in droves. We could work out the details who would run, but the ideas and ideals would be overwhelming in it’s excellence.

    Time to get working, people. Create a new party, expose the deceitful media, and secure the election process – a three part goal to win this great nation back and put truth back on the table.

  • sDee

    There are very few leaders who can help us steer away from what DC has planned for us. They brought all resources to bear to ensure one man, Allen West, was not reelected. Neutralizing West was so critical they had to expose themselves (140% turnout). It was unprecedented, and the most telling evidence of how serious our situation is.

    I recommend reading the interview with Assange that Drudge is running.

    “The people who control the interception of the internet and, to some degree also, physically control the big data warehouses and the international fiber-optic lines.”

    “Bill Binney, National Security Agency whistleblower, who was the research head of the National Security Agency’s Signals Intelligence Division, describes this as a ‘turnkey totalitarianism’, that all the infrastructure has been built for absolute totalitarianism”

    …. if we get the political will, then of course those agencies can be dismantled. Very aggressive legislation, policing can be pushed upon them. …… And we really are at this moment where it can go one way or the other way.”

    All of the software he is talking about exists, as do the highly scalable servers, backbone networks and key players. Look up the server farm that the Feds are building in Utah – it uses as much electricity as a medium sized city.

    Let the reality sink in. We just witnessed blatant, highly coordinated voter fraud to remove a politician who simply told the truth.

  • RobertMahoney

    I remember when the black caucus called Colin Powell a “House N*****” for arguing to go to war with Iraq.

    • sDee

      And he got in line with them in the end, no?

      • StrangernFiction

        It is an interesting phenomenon. Obama tried to paint Romney as a criminal, but in the end when Hussein called, Mitt was more than happy to meet with him. And you’d be very hard pressed to find any member of the Bush clan saying anything at all disapproving about Barky.

        If I didn’t know better I’d say the whole thing is a charade.

        • sDee

          Yep. Kabuki theater. They dress up in elephant and donkey costumes for the drama. But after the show, they peel off the makeup and head to the pub to share a beer (on us).

          I believe our elections are only about which crime family will be in control of the oligarchy.

  • Rshill7

    Greta had a great little speech during this interview which deserved a standing ovation. I love me some Palin, but Greta is my hero in this one. Check her out.

    • sjmom

      Noticed that too.

    • las1

      Noticed that too.

      she coulda shoulda gone on for another five minutes imho.

  • shadetree56

    the left hates and fears sarah because she tells the truth. And that is like throwing water on a witch to a libtard.

  • If criticism of Rice is sexist, so is criticism of Sarah Palin. Liberal bs never passes the turnabout test.

  • DocBarry1

    The Governor needs to run – she will clean up this mess in Washington – u can’t trust obama and u can’t trust the GOPe – she needs to run a campaign her way, with her people and it will be a phenomenal experience – because she is Phenomenal.

    • kimble2

      She will never run for elective office again.

      • DocBarry1

        Did she tell u this?

        I do not believe that no one knows what she will do – it is my hope that u r proved wrong
        “You’ll either get better or you’re going to get worse. You don’t have the opportunity to stay the same,” Schembechler

  • Rshill7

    If you’re putting up your Christmas Tree today, like we are, I’ve got your Christmas music right over here:


    • sDee


    • nibblesyble


    • PAWatcher

      Thanks, added to my favorites.

  • carmtom13

    As Governor Palin said we are already over the fiscal cliff and she is right about that. What will happen on January 1, 2013 Clinton’s tax rates will return and the libs should love that. The only department that will get a 10% cut is Defense and Boehner, the numbskulls agreed with this along with the rest of the congress. Fiscal cliff is used to frighten the American people. If Boehner was a smart poker player he would shut Obama up by putting a bill up for a vote that has a 10% tax cut only for the middle class and call for a voice vote in the congress . All other tax rates remain the same. Send the bill to the senate and see if Harry Reid puts it up for a vote and if he doesn’t and puts it on the pile of the 30 plus bills that were passed in the congress all the blame will fall on Reid and his boss Obama. This would shut Obama up with his BS talking points that republicans don’t care about the middle class. Boehner does this it would show that he has stones to do this. I personally would love to see this happen and see what Obama’s and his minions would do.

    • BikerHoop

      It wouldn’t shut anyone up. Like you said, Dingy Harry has piled bill upon bill on his desk rather than bring them up for a vote simply because they came from a Repub-held House. This wouldn’t be any different, and Americans wouldn’t hear about it because the MSM wouldn’t utter a sound. All that would happen is DuhOne, Reid and the MSM would yell louder than ever about how the ‘obstructionist’ Repubs haven’t come up with a single idea so it’s all their fault.

  • Conniption Fitz

    Two brave women – to speak up against the liberal media and Obama.

    Here’s the story of another brave woman: http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Peace/2012/11/29/Young-Israeli-Mother-Fights-Off-Armed-Terrorist-And-Saves-Her-Two-Young-Children?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+BreitbartFeed+%28Breitbart+Feed%29

    This Israeli woman fought off a Gaza terrorist and saved her children.

    • sDee

      I believe Sarah Palin has had to live under unimaginable threats from some very dangerous people, to her and her family.

      My respect goes to that mother in in Israel. After seeing the horror of the the Palestine did to the Fogel family she must have been steeled.

      It did make me look to the gun laws in Israel – very strict. I was surprised maybe I am missing something……

      • AmazedOne1

        According to your link, the first two categories for gun ownership are:
        Part-time reservist (volunteer) for 3 years- may own 1 handgun
        Such a reservist (volunteer) is a member of a gun club – may own 1 rifle

        Both men and women are required to serve in the military, the Israel Defense Forces, when they turn 18. After their 2 or 3-year service, men are reserves till they are in their early 50s, women for a shorter time.

        So, the law allows everyone who has served their country to have a gun. In other words, most of the citizens.


      • crosshr

        one thing I know for sure sdee, her shotguns,rifles and every other pieces are fully loaded. Palin is totally beautiful, and a complete lady in all sense of what a female is, but my gosh, don’t anyone try messing with her. She can kick arse

  • sjmom

    Everything Obama does is for no other reason than to destroy our nation and the GOP needs to wake up and stand up.

    • virginiagentleman1

      Mom, I understand your ire and I agree with you, and I also understand that there isn’t one full spine in all of Congress. We must start anew. 2014 is just around the corner. VG

  • Yazz55

    Whether its Benghazi or the fiscal cliff, the problems were caused or created by the occupant of the white house & congress. They won’t even admit that they created these problems. So, there is no expectation that the solution can come from those places.

  • virginiagentleman1

    It seems that a truth teller always stands alone.

    Palin says that she is a republican and has sought office as a republican each and every time she has run. Yet she has NEVER had the support of her party during those runs.
    I prefer Palins brand of republican over that of the GOPe. One is honest, Palin. The other is dishonest, GOPe.
    One seeks what is best for all of America, Palin. The other seeks what is best for themselves, GOPe.

    Long, long ago, I shed any affiliation I had with the republicans. Richard Nixon was a primary reason for that. A temperary respite ensued with the election of the one true conservative in my life time, Ronald Reagan. No, I did not support republicans, I supported Reagan.

    In all of the years since Mr. Reagan bid us farewell when he left office, no other conservative has stepped forward nor held the office of President.

    Then along comes Palin. Much more conservative then her one-time running mate, McCain, she resonated with people in a manner that even Mr. Reagan did not.

    FEAR started that day when she gave her first speech at the convention. FEAR, pure cold sweating, nightmare causing, spincter tightening FEAR.
    FEAR, felt by her fellow republicans, the democrats, the socialists. FEAR!

    In this tiny 5’4″ woman was the promise of a new type of politician, one who would end the rule of the elitests, the closed door compromisers, the fickle party members and hacks who persue their own ends, and not those of the people. They came to FEAR what she represented to their power, their very way of life. She is in fact, all that they just pretended to be.

    Isn’t it irrational to FEAR someone who owns a photograpic mind, an abundance of commonsense, one who loves GOD and the Constitution, possess perhaps the most politically astute mind since Thomas Jefferson, and just happens to be a motherof 5 with a Downs Syndrome child that she REFUSED to abort, a grandmother of 2, and is physically fit and beautiful too? She is a blue collar citizen from a blue collar family of teachers who has worked her way up in the world to such a point that the WORLD knows her name. Appearently, for a hater, or an elitest, any of those attributes are more then enough reason to FEAR her.
    They attacked her severely, and her family, even saved some of their vilest words for her Downs Syndrome baby. She had yet to say that she sought the presidency. These attacks were against a private citizen!

    The people who so viciously savaged her, and her family are the SAME people who sit in the White House. The same people who walk the hall of Congress. THE SAME PEOPLE WHO LEAD US NOW!

    Who can honestly and truthfully show where she is in error in her views in the above video? Or in any video or speech? Over 25,000 e-mails of hers during her time as Alaskas Governor were poured over looking for JUST ONE smoking gun. There were none.

    Ask yourself this question, ” who do you want as your president, the sort of offal we have now, the backstabbers in the republican party, or an honest blue collar citizen”? Your answer should be self-evident.

    • sDee

      I am 100% with you on this. I like to say that the worldwide establishment and media surrounded Palin the morning after her convention speech, like white blood cells on a virus.

      • virginiagentleman1

        A graphic but true interpetation my dear friend!

    • RockyMissouri

      Calling your president, or anyone ‘offal’ is lowrent thing to do…. especially, by one who considers himself to be a Virginia ‘gentleman’!

      • sDee

        VirginaGentleman was actually being quite “fair” in his characterization.

        “My” president and the political establishment (including Congress and the Judical) have sold out to global interests and abandoned both the Constitution and the rule of law to accumulate and concentrate power, so as to permanently control our lives and our freedoms.

        Just as soon as you let some facts, knowledge and reality clear away your blind party loyalty, ignorance and naivety, you will find far more accurate and colorful words to describe the man who calls himself Obama, and those who prop him up.

        No one is going to save you but yourself.

      • NJK

        He is low rent. Obama is not to be respected BECAUSE HE DOES NOT RESPECT AMERICA, the people or our laws. Respect is earned. You are respected when you act respectable. You don’t get respect simply because you managed to fool enough people into believing your lies. If you don’t want the truth, go away, and worship your Jim Jones clone, Barack Hussein Obama.

        • virginiagentleman1


      • virginiagentleman1

        Really? Thats the best you can come up with? Low rent? Have you bothered to read the hate YOU spew at Palingates? I’ve studied your activity and your comments on the threads you visit.Your posting history speaks for itself.
        Go back to your Obama worship, and your hateful ‘Palingates”. We know why trolls pop up when there is a Palin thread anywhere on the net.

      • PAWatcher

        Offal has become synoptic to the obama administration in my mind, my lowrent mind if you must. Your comment was hysterical Rocky, he’s YOUR president……. hasn’t he make it immanently clear We are his enemy, and We dwell in his wee brain rent free, oh, messiah that he is to you.

    • NJK

      “It seems that a truth teller always stands alone.” Like Louie Gohmert. If America is going to be accused of racism, then the black race should not run for office. Or a woman for that matter. This CBC is a communist organization. They are always on the attack because of communism.

      • virginiagentleman1

        I like and respect Louie Gohmert. We need more like him and fewer Bohners in Congress.
        It seems that most republicans don’t realize that a spine like Gohmerts isn’t issued to them when they get to Congress. They actually haveto HAVE one before they get there!
        I like Palins answer. “What does sex or gender have to do with it”.

    • white531

      VirginiaGentleman, you don’t often make long posts, but when you drop one, its a bombshell. Kudos, my man. Kudos, to the max.

  • Sarah seems to have removed some of the high pitched back-woods slang from her voice. It is now very pleasant to listen to. I love Sarah, but her voice was bugging the crap out of me and especially my wife when I always listened to her. Now she is very pleasant to listen to.

    • sDee

      She does try to work on that. It never struck me too much (I though, get tone deaf to accents after a sentence or two), but I know some people don’t get past it.

      Reading Sarah’s speeches and interviews does bring in another dimension to her.

    • wodiej

      how sad that someone’s accent distracts you from what they say especially when they have something worth listening to. I’m sure some feel the same about you and your wife’s accent. Everyone has one.

      • As a side-note, I saw a grade-B sci-fi flick called “Iron Skies” which had a President Palin with a southern accent (battling Nazis from the Moon).

        The movie was so bad it was funny.

  • NJK

    Susan Rice is a dangerous, communist liar, just like Zero.

  • NJK

    I hope the MSM is the victim of an attack. I would love to see them all wiped out. They created this monster, they should suffer from it.

  • NJK

    The debt is not $16 Trillion. The debt is $86.8 TRILLION. THEY’RE LYING ON TOP OF EVERYTHING ELSE. They insult us, by feeding us this $16 Trillion dollar lie. We don’t bring communists into our tent. We tell them we are going to block them from doing ANYTHING!

  • NJK

    Have any of you read Bin Laden’s Manifesto? Someone posted this here yesterday. Please someone tell me if this doesn’t match Zeros. Is he working with the Jihadists, or is he one of them. Is he trying to finish what 9/11 didn’t? I’m serious.
    -“Terrorizing” Americans;
    -Demoralizing US troops;
    -Weakening and destruction of Israel;
    -Unification of Muslims throughout the Middle East via “democratic” establishment of —Shariah law in “governments of our countries which act as your agents”;
    -Destroying the US economy, especially the banking system, with special attention to the creation of massive deficits – a “bleed until bankruptcy plan”;
    -Destruction of American industrial capacity in the name of global warming;
    -Destruction of the rich, “who hold sway in their political parties, and fund their election campaigns with their gifts”;
    -Closing Guantanamo;
    -“Pack your luggage and get out of our lands.”

    Regarding Guantanamo Obama wasn’t successful, but in setting free terrorists who are “active” again.

    Mind blowing and no one is doing anything………

  • las1

    As much as I like Sarah Palin, she makes the exact same mistake other critics of Obama make about Bengazi: namely that it is a tragedy. (about the 8:08 mark in the video).

    NO! Bengazi IS NOT a tragedy… it’s an ATROCITY.

    • virginiagentleman1

      It is both my friend.

    • wodiej

      Gov. Palin made no mistake. Tragedy indeed in more ways than one.

  • wodiej

    great interview.

  • white531

    Great evening here with all of you. Something I always look forward to. It just keeps getting better.

    • PAWatcher

      Thought the election would have ended our get togethers, but like you said white, it keeps getting better. Much good came out of this election, We just have to recognize it.

  • PAWatcher

    Sarah’s political acumen shows itself again………We went over the fiscal cliff with QE2, and 3 and so on. There is no fiscal cliff in front of US we are at the bottom already, it’s propaganda to get the Republicans to capitulate to the tyrant or be called names.
    Gotta love Sarah’s take on it to the House ….Don’t be wusses……sorry, Sarah, Bohner is a wuss, he needs his arse kicked up between his shoulder blades to give a little stability to his spine. He really needs to step down, hand that gavel to someone who will bombard the senate and WH with conservative plans for America’s woes. The House needs to be leading, not kow-towing to obama.

  • JDOlson

    I didn’t like how Greta used Palin in this. It seemed like Greta had her monologue and invited Palin to merely echo the points she wanted to make. Like she was Diana Ross and Sarah was the Supremes. Hannity yaks a lot, too, when he has her on, but at least stops at some point to let her speak on her own.

    I live in Minnesota so Palin’s speaking style was the thing that immediately drew me to her. She sounds just like the other women in my family! I want Sarah to continue to sound like a woman. I listen to Hillary now with how she chose to “modify” her voice and she sounds like a baritone. I love that Sarah looks and talks like a woman–sometimes outrageously, wonderfully, middle-class–and doesn’t squelch her true self in an effort to fit into the Washington mold.

    It won’t be until Palin runs that we will ever have a Reagan successor in the WH. Newt, I love ya, you can be her VP, but not the POTUS. She won’t be our sacrificial lamb, though, she sees the lay of the land. Until conservatives stand up for her against the “machine”, she’ll never run.

    • jrt1031

      I like Sarah and Newt as well. We need to start campaigning now against the left as hard a possible. All the lies need to be exposed. Obama is only using this fiscal cliff to blame the republicans in congress. He needs to be exposed for the lies that have been told. I agree that the media needs to be broken into and eposed for the lies they have told as well. We can not survive as a nation with the distruction and lies that are currently being played out. Things have got to come to some kind of a head and soon.

      • Christi25

        In God we trust!

  • I have not watched a single cable show after the election until Sarah was on. I think all Tv news is corrupt. I need a Malkin,Levin,Palin show.