Full Sarah Palin interview on Greta

Sarah Palin said that she just doesn’t know why, given that perception IS reality in politics, that Obama would go on vacation for 10 days to a pretty elite “i-maca-maca” area and ignore the fact that much of the country is struggling under his economic policies. It was interesting that both she and Greta seemed to agree that Obama just doesn’t understand what it means to be president which is evidenced by his actions as of late.



There is much more to this interview so I bid you enjoy!

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84 thoughts on “Full Sarah Palin interview on Greta

  1. “What can you do to help him?”

    I will never help him, because he is attempting to destroy America.

    I loved Palin’s answer. VERY savvy way to handle it. Christine O’Donnell should get some advice from Sarah.

    “Are you going to run, Governor Palin?” Watch her tap dance around that one without being rude in the least. Amazing.

    Palin has a black belt in verbal judo.

  2. “who’s talking to him, who’s giving him advice…” Who cares? Can’t obama think for himself? Is he really so stupid that he can’t figure out the most basic elements of public relations and campaigning?

    I don’t buy that. He knows what he’s doing. He’s been promised the position of Dictator In America after he establishes socialism in America, so why shouldn’t he vacation? He’s doing the job he was suborned to do. His handlers are telling him that he’s a good boy.

  3. Wait to go, Governor Palin.
    Please, during every interview, do NOT forget to mention how the corrupt LSM looked the other way when it came to vetting Obama, and how they are continuing the shameful practice. And people want to know why we’re in this pickle, as a country.

  4. I don’t get why some think it is a big deal in regards to what she said about Hatch. We should all rally around a balanced budget amendment and he’s been talking about that for a long long time. If you want to primary him, go ahead, no one is stopping you. Sarah did not endorse him or badmouth any potential primary opponents.

    You can disagree with someone and want them voted out of office, but if they are correct on a major issue like a balanced budget, it is OK to say that they are right “in this particular case.”

  5. haha! Love it Sarah. Doing your own little Operation Chaos here I see. 🙂 I’ll bet there ARE some Libs who think they made the wrong choice.

  6. The problem with Greta is that she doesn’t seem to be able to believe that Obama IS succeeding in what HE wants to do to America. She keeps going back to thinking that he is a principled and patriotic President, that is just out of touch.

    1. While I agree with your statement, I also think that Greta gives some if the best interviews on Fox. She is respectful to everyone, and she asks intelligent questions. I don’t believe she is conservative. I do believe she is fair.
      I think her handling of Palin interviews over the past few years proves it.

      1. I wholeheartedly agree with you David. I too, enjoy her interviews very much. I sometimes find myself feeling sorry for people whom I feel are bright enough to see what is obvious to us, and still don’t. Maybe I see them as naive? Perplexing.

    2. While I agree with your statement, I also think that Greta gives some if the best interviews on Fox. She is respectful to everyone, and she asks intelligent questions. I don’t believe she is conservative. I do believe she is fair.
      I think her handling of Palin interviews over the past few years proves it.

  7. The problem with Greta is that she doesn’t seem to be able to believe that Obama IS succeeding in what HE wants to do to America. She keeps going back to thinking that he is a principled and patriotic President, that is just out of touch.

    1. Everyone seems unable to break from the core assumption that a President, no matter how bad or incompetent, still is trying to serve America.

      Once one looks at all that Hussein does in the context of bringing down America, it all makes sense. It IS time for Hussein and his cabal to celebrate.

  8. oh man.
    Sarah cannot announce soon enough.
    Ya know Greta – he IS inspiring.
    to Alinsky destroyers. No one who is a bumbling idiot can make 100% devastating economic decisions by accident. No One.
    He means to destroy the capitalist system.
    He has been taught that it is evil.
    He hates the success that is America’s foundation.
    The only way a Socialist paradise can rise is in the ashes of a Capitalist, rule of law founded society.
    It is time to face the fact that Barack Obama IS the product of our left based education system and Chicago political system.
    THEN and ONLY Then will we vett ALL of OUR CANDIDATES!
    Run Sarah RUN!

  9. …with a ‘MARXIST PIG’ living in the White House what in HELL do you AMERICANS expect , HAVE YOU WOKEN UP YET ?”

    YES or NO ?

    1. I never went to sleep….now I wish I knew how to enter a dream world where BO and his crap doesn’t exist.

      1. You mean this never ending NIGHTMARE! When think things can’t get any worst BO does the impossible. November 7 2012 that is when we wake up.

        Palin2012!!!

    2. I never went to sleep….now I wish I knew how to enter a dream world where BO and his crap doesn’t exist.

  10. Gov. Palin tells it like it is…

    I do think America that will be better off, if Obama STAYS on vacation until 2013. Ahh, but we all know that between vacations Obama will resume his transformative disassembly of America, into his vision of a 3rd world slave colony.

  11. Exquisite, enticing, enchanting Gov. Sarah Palin will be the most energetic, effective, & exciting President in U.S. history.

  12. I spent just a few minutes searching for sites that track Obama’s vacation time. Seems to me he’s been on vacation more than any executive, period. didn’t find much. Yet.

    But, what do you know? The lefties all count “W’s” time at his ranch, and Reagan’s time at his ranch as “vacation.” It was common knowledge that Presidents spent time at their retreats or Camp David, while specifically NOT being on vacation. They set up work schedules and communications for every single day they were there, and had staff on hand, just as usual.

    Obama? No. He’s on vacation. Sure some guy follows him with “the football.” And a loaded Blackberry or iPhone. But Bush, Reagan, and Carter all used those retreats as places to get work done, not to sit back and relax on the taxpayer’s dime.

    Obama takes time off over and over again.

    And parties. And campaign dinners. And enough rounds of Golf to have made Eisenhower envious.

    Sometimes it seems like the only thing he can do seriously is mar the desk surfaces with his shoes.

    1. It just seems to me that he “needs” to get into the least structured, least official settings that he can, as often as he can. Those he plans and plots with prefer informality, anonymity and shadows. Not to mention fresh blow.

    2. It just seems to me that he “needs” to get into the least structured, least official settings that he can, as often as he can. Those he plans and plots with prefer informality, anonymity and shadows. Not to mention fresh blow.

  13. Great interview. I especially liked the “Vacation from Reality” sign that was used on the video!

  14. When she ran for governor she had 5 running against her in the primary and six in the general. I never heard of a candidate running for governor who had so many running against them. She beat everyone of them! She Knows she cannot run a conventional campaign b/c a bunch of candidates will enter trying to knock her off. I’m a fan of Perry as well but Perry is no Sarah Palin. I never heard of another candidate of anykind that have the press snoping though 20,000-30,000 worth of emails just to find dirt.

    Sarah Palin is in a perfect position of winning the primary. Her polling is bad but that is based on the press giving false reality of what Sarah Palin is all about. She is delaying, delaying, delaying her decision because she believes she can deliver. The media have been reporting a bimbo and calling her Sarah Palin. Alot of people and conservatives have bought in to it. When she is in the her first debate people won’t see a bimbo. They will see something that’s greater than Reagan every was. That energy, that momentum will propel her to the presidency.

    Palin2012!!!

    1. Sarah will be our next president and despite what some of the doom and gloomers may predict, MY prediction is that she will help to re-inspire Americans, and she will help to make this a country that is favorable to business and to freedom once more.

      It happened with Reagan after Carter. I believe it will happen with Palin after Obama.

      And don’t trust any of these polls. Sarah is not only a threat to the liberal elites she is a threat to the so called “freedom loving” republican elites she so thoroughly destroyed in Alaska during her governorship.

      She is an existential threat to many. I just saw a “bio” on Tina Fey this evening on one of the network entertainment shows. Looks like a profile of Tina Fey but in reality was just an excuse to show clips of her making fun of Palin.

      Everyone who should be afraid, IS afraid, of this woman. And for good reason. They have tried to beat her down and scare her off, but in the end she still stands, is still “undefeated”.

      Sarah 2012.

      1. “…Sarah will be our next president…” and that’s the God’s honest truth.

        God bless and protect all who support and defend Sarah Palin the next President of The United States of America and her family.

      2. She is a bigger threat than you think to the political establishment. Reagan was great president but Sarah has been building momentum to do what no president has ever done before. That’s downsize the federal government and reform it to protect individual rights. If she’s the next president.

        What we should do is to pray for Sarah and her families protection. Assassination attempts has never been done to someone that wants to get along. Pray is the best thing we can do for her and this is an atheist speaking.

        Palin2012!!!

    1. Sadly, there are plenty on the right who keep claiming “she’s not running.”

      I still have no idea why this declaration is so common.

      Maybe it brings them comfort.

      1. Whoah!

        I watched it again. I missed the ending the first time, and it’s really got me wondering.

        She said something a bit different this time when asked “the question.” Usually when asked if she’s running (however they phrase the question, you know what I mean), she says, “I’m still considering it” or “Yes, I am still thinking about it.”

        This time she added, “whether to jump in or not.” That’s not been part of the standard formula in many months, AFAICR.

        And while I’ve heard her mention several times that “lots of folks can make a difference, whether in office or not”, this time she sounded much clearer on that point. “You don’t need a title” she said.

        That’s bit unsettling.

        1. This is something I said the other day, it is in her eyes now and the responses are starting to give the impression as well. I just hope that I am wrong, but it seems to me that she has made up her mind not to run. She seems almost deflated in ways that are subtle but there. Maybe the data that they have collected has shown her that there is too much of a swing in the opinions on her. On the one side people are very passionate about her and how much they back her and will stand by her, then on the other side the extreme is how much they dislike her and will fight tooth and nail against her, there does not seem to be a middle ground with her that would help her with the independents. I really want Sarah to run but I am reading the signs that she is giving off and it does not appear to be good.

          1. I don’t think that’s the reason–if any. She’s had those ridiculous poll numbers hoked up against her from the very beginning.

            I think the only possible thing that could give her pause would be Perry. I think I’ll just wait and see, like everyone else!

          2. When she is giving a speech, she has the fire in the belly. When she is giving an interview, she appears much more serious and quieter. I don’t think it’s deflation. Her poll numbers, when she IS actually in the polls, are actually quite good for not declaring yet, almost always in the top three. They will skyrocket when she announces and then actually campaigns. She is actually picking up quite a few independents, more than the other conservative candidates.

        2. I found the “you don’t need a title” answer refreshing, and differentiated from others. I still think she will run and win. There will be a lot of pundits eating their hats when next November rolls around.

  15. That was good. I had to watch every second of it. Ma’am/Momma Palin is getting better and better.

  16. It was a good interview. You’d think it was an interview with a top tier presidential candidate, great insight and perspective. Then toward the end she starts talking about how all she wants to do is empower citizens.

    Elusive?

    1. that is what a President should want isn’t it? to empower the free people to take care of themselves and their familes and not count on govenrment as their suger daddy.

      1. Isn’t that in the Constitution when it says to “promote the general welfare”. I interpit to mean put policies in place to promote the individual. It takes a liberal goon and a bunch of Harvard grad Lawyers to interpret as obamacare, And every libtard polices that fools the individual in believing a false reality and not face their own. When the false reality money is gone they are left desolate.

        Palin2012

        1. good points. we have gotton so off the tracks in this country that empowering the people to help themselves seems alien to some.

          1. She says government can’t make you happy, healthy, wealthy, or wise, but the results of doctrines/ taxes/regs/trade agreements/ wars/ debt etc… can make you unhealthy, poor, and very pissed off. I guess that can be empowering. Tea!

          2. “alien to some” or terroristic theats to others.

            Remember what Rush said “we are all Sarah Palin now”. The lamestream media has demonize the tea party so bad that people are believing all the lies. Remember it’s near impossible for this administration to call terrorist a terrorist because their people to but listen to how with conversational ease they refer the tea party that way. Rick Perry use the right word for these bastards and that’s tyrannical.

            Palin2012

    2. that is what a President should want isn’t it? to empower the free people to take care of themselves and their familes and not count on govenrment as their suger daddy.

      1. Yep. You can tell who’s faking it. She really, really believes every word she says. Not an ounce of fakery in her statements.

      1. Bimbo? When did she ever act like a bimbo? That was purely a fictional account of her created by the media.

        1. You miss my humor. I’ll explain. Rather it’s the Administration, Main Stream Media, Hollywood, Name you conservative talk show(Neal Bootz, Micheal Savage, Michael Medvid, ect), Carl Rove and Rino Establishment, she has a way of egging them on dragging them to report bimbo stories and I believe it’s intentional. Rather is “blood libel”, Paul Rever, or just simple making there heads explode on rather she going to run or not. Sarah Palin is an absolute GENIUS!!!!

          She has them right where she wants them. When she does announce at the right timing. When she gets on that debate stage viewer ratings are going to shoot through the roof. People are going to expect to see a bimbo, a flake, a money graben diva but instead they are going to see someone larger than life. To orchestrate all the energy the passion for and against her to build up momentum to propel her to the presidency can only be that of a giant or an act of God.

          Palin2012

  17. 09:00
    Orrin Hatch can breathe easier about any “Tea Party” challenge. He has to be the happiest guy after this interview!

      1. Psst, RS.
        I think she said “High mucka mucka”.
        🙂
        Heheh.
        As in ‘high muckety mucks’ = elitist.

      2. Yep, it was Orrin’s colleague who was primaried successfully by the Tea Party and all we’ve heard was “You’re next!” Well not so fast. And KUDOS to Greta who Orrin should send a check to for her lawyerly good thinking there.

      3. Yep, it was Orrin’s colleague who was primaried successfully by the Tea Party and all we’ve heard was “You’re next!” Well not so fast. And KUDOS to Greta who Orrin should send a check to for her lawyerly good thinking there.

      4. “Ah well, we’ll let them be surprised.”

        Scoop, I realize this was intended to mean the readers…

        However, I think Gretta and Sarah are the ones who will be surprised (as well as Sen. Hatch).

        Having lived in Utah for most of my life, Hatch has been a permanent fixture on our landscape, kind of like the mountains, but a LOT softer (think waffle). While I believe he has some good intentions, his number one intention has always been to get re-elected! This man is in no way authentic tea party but merely a poser who will wear whatever mask he thinks will get him re-elected. He has a loooong record of voting for bigger government and LOTS of Pork (40yrs worth, can you say term limits? I know the tea party people in Utah can!). In short he is part of the problem!

        While it’s true he has been a voice for a balanced budget amendment from time to time, (mostly around re-election time) and has done some good for our state and country, he is, as others have pointed out, calling in every favor he has accrued over that loooong 40yrs to try and hang on a liitle longer to the power and position he loves so dearly. On the other hand, his apparent challenger is Jason Chaffetz, a genuine tea party man and the author of the “Cut Cap & Balance” bill. (I am pleased to say THIS IS MY CONGRESSMAN!)

        Orrin is running scared! And he should! (Orrin I believe you know Mr. Bennett, How’s that workin’ out for ya Bob?)

        I really like Sara, but it seems she may be counting on some political capital that may not be around.

      1. Hatch is in danger. Having someone in DC to talk well about her will be a plus in the coming primary. not sure if Hatch is the right person for that job but when all you got to work with is a pen knife and a match you have to Mcguyver something.

        1. Palin supported Hatch tonight against the online critics from the Tea Party activists Greta referenced so that he would “talk well about her in DC”? So basically she lies for gain. Or so you say. Maybe she agreed with Greta and didn’t give a whit about if he would support her.

          1. she lies? Want to point out any lie Gov Palin told tonight? She supports a balnaced budget, hatch supports one too. Palin doesn’t talk bad about any republican hell even Mitt she says nice things about if asked. She agrees with Hatch about a balanced budget and said the TEa party should support him in that effort. those words will help her with Hatch and hatch may support her later in something she wants to pass or simpy by putting in a good word ofr her or one of her policies. She would have gained nothing by tearing hatch down. By agreeing with hatch on the balanced budget she furthered the push for a balanced budget, she might have made a “friend” and she is seen as able to build bridges.

            This is what is known as leadership and bringing people of different ideas and purposes together to enact change for the common good. If greta will ask her tommorrow about Hatch’s involvment with crony capitalism she would call him out on that topic. you can disagree with a person and thier positions without totally throwing them under the bus.

          2. She didn’t endorse him for anything. She simply gave him credit for fighting a good fight on the debt ceiling and a balanced budget, whereas some supposed “conservatives” in congress voted against them. Hatch’s stands took some courage, and she recognized that. On at least on these things, he stood up for principles.

      2. Mark Levin “officially” endorsed Hatch several weeks ago. He said, yes, Hatch has done some things he has to answer for, but when we needed him, he’s been right there. I think that’s put some fire in the old guy to get back somewhat closer to his roots. I think Governor Palin has noticed that some of the old guard can be put back in the band with the new guys to come up with a serious Conservative bloc to get things done.

        Not all, for damn sure, but some, and Hatch is one. He’s done some seriously dumb things, like trying to float an amendment to let non-citizens run for President, just so Arnold could run (did we dodge a bullet there, or what?). Because of that, a lot of Tea Party folks are probably right not to trust him. But I think, based on Hatch’s record he’d do the right thing. Just like Newt would, if he were still in congress.

        It’s when these guys get delusions of grandeur that they start doing dumb things. Not when they are back in the pack, with solid leadership pulling them to do the great, honorable things.

        We can’t kill them all off at once. We need some of the old guard. The Governor “gets” that, and will focus her fire on contests that matter.

        1. Very interesting perspective! It would start to make sense of a few things.

          Palin’s power to do this comes from us – we have to keep up the pressure. No compromise on limited government and maximum liberty.

        2. Levin is right about Hatch on 2011 budget issues. But I will never get the image out of my mind of Hatch escorting Clinton-nominee ACLU-lawyer Ginzburg onto the Larry King show to bless her activist liberal practices. In my mind, Hatch owes the conservative movement nothing less than ritual suicide.

          1. Let’s hope he gets to vote to repeal Obamacare, first.

            Then…
            [kabuki voice]Seppuku. Take full responsibility.[/kabuki voice]

    1. Palin is dead wrong about Orin Hatch! His a classic Rino Senator. Liberal 5yrs and 1 yr Reagan Conservative. Rumor has it that he is going to be primary so it would not surprise me if he has a come to Jesus moment. Palin has her own reason to support him. Is not ours! If Elmer Fudd is own the primary ballot we vote Elmer Fudd. I’m still a huge Palin supporter. When your candidate is wrong u call them out on it. Palin is going to do what she needs to get elected. Even if it’s to do another john McCain political favor. If I’m wrong correct me.

      Palin2012!!!!

      1. I do not believe in rehabilitation of the vermin in DC like Hatch either. They have sold out the Republic. They are incapable of understanding limited government, how to protect liberty or even why they should.

        However, KBob’s explanation above is classic Palin. I try to keep in mind she took on a corrupt elephant herd in the Alaska legislature and won.

      2. I do not believe in rehabilitation of the vermin in DC like Hatch either. They have sold out the Republic. They are incapable of understanding limited government, how to protect liberty or even why they should.

        However, KBob’s explanation above is classic Palin. I try to keep in mind she took on a corrupt elephant herd in the Alaska legislature and won.

        1. I know what she did in just 2yrs in Alaska that is why I’m a huge palin fan. I’m just saying if ur in a booth during the primary we vote Elmer Fudd. I don’t care if she says god told her to support him. Sarah Palin supporting Orin Hatch is clearly a political move and a move she has no reason of doing if she was not running for president. Just be objective and vote Elmer Fudd.

          Palin2012!!!

      3. Palin was not wrong about Hatch, he is in favor of the BBA, and this was the topic at hand. If anyone makes a smart healthy decision for America, Sarah Palin will have your back on that decision. She has complimented many, Bachmann, Perry, Romney and McCain, she doesn’t need people to be perfect 100% of the time to give kudos to them, like a parent with their child, you see them do right and you commend them, even though their mistakes seem to outnumber their…lol, but that does not mean she would candidate for Hatch either. She is so filled with integrity, she’ll call it like she sees it, even if she is running against you. WOW, finally, someone who is not black and white, who won’t forget the GOOD someone has done and write them off as permanently damaged garbage, when they have made poor choices. I love how Sarah can pat her opponents on the back, for the good they have done or are doing, this is what leads people to think she is not running by the way, how sad.

        1. Maybe i’m wrong about Palin supporting a rhino. Term limits will solve a good bit of our proplems. 33yrs in the senate is too distructive. I would rather see palin be supportive and compassionate to ex senator Orin hatch. I agree u on palin and I am hell bent on supporting and voting for Her. She’s running for president.

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