Sarah Palin: Four more days, it just can’t come soon enough



Sarah Palin was on Hannity tonight to discuss the upcoming election as well as Obama’s response to the devastation left by Hurricane Sandy. As you can tell by the title, she’s as ready as the rest of us to get Obama out of office.

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bedr1
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bedr1

Honestly there really wasn’t that much difference between Romney and Obama. No big loss.

2016 we need a Sarah Palin or a Rand Paul.

I am so sick of milk toast establishment candidates.

cudaforever
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cudaforever

Great as always but one correction. I don’t think that is an American flag but a Blue Star flag she was wearing and I think that is for her son who is in Afghanistan. God Bless Sarah !!

SirJamesBond007
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SirJamesBond007

Palin is an icon.

JDOlson
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JDOlson

Sara PAC just donated a bundle to Romney. I thought she was all bitter and all about self-promotion and junk. What? Oh, Chris Christie? That was the one!

Jasper Silvis
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Jasper Silvis

I wonder if the Blind Sheik will be “pardoned” by Obama in his last days in office.

John_Frank
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John_Frank

RS, thanks for this video.

Excellent commentary by the Governor.

skl20
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skl20

Countdown…and then there were three!!!

Orangeone
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Orangeone
wodiej
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wodiej

Another patriot who loves her country. God bless you Gov. Palin.

wodiej
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wodiej

Romney on Fox in NH

1217Chic
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1217Chic

I love listening to him when he speaks……Why he can even recite a nursery rhyme and it would make sense……

skl20
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skl20

Wednesday, November 7th will bring a NEW DAY for ALL Americans!!!

BHliberty
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BHliberty

If anyone can energize a crowd it’s Sarah Palin! And I think a lot of politicians know it! When I’ve listened to her, from past to present, I can rest assured she is speaking from the heart. She means what she says and says what she means. The focus has been on those that are running for current office but after, when the signs are gone, the podiums put away, and the results in, I believe the former governor of Alaska will come back swinging!
She is one great lady!

keyesforpres
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keyesforpres

I think she will run for McCain’s seat when he retires. I’ve heard she’s bought property in AZ.

librtifirst
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librtifirst

I wish that the people of AZ would retire him before he chooses to retire.

Libertyship46
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Libertyship46

Palin, like the rest of us, is very, very, well motivated to get out there and vote Obama out of office. That may just make the difference. We have been ready since 2010 and this is finally our opportunity to tell Obama what we think of him and his policies. Make it count. Get out there and vote and get as many people as you can to get out there to vote. The nation needs us now more than ever.

GetWhatYouPayFor
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GetWhatYouPayFor

Good to see the Governor still swinging and in contrast to that Fat RINO Governor of NJ who repeatedly lavishes praise on Obama. He doesn’t know when to shut up. Thanks for the November surprise that Team Romney never expected Krispy Christie. Guess you meant it when you announced that you were ready to run for President in 2016, as was Sarah Palin when she called you out for “rookie” mistakes.

rjcylon
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rjcylon

The opening clip of Obama… the guy looks worn out and defeated.

PVG
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PVG

He is!

keyesforpres
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keyesforpres

Probably a little stoned too.

CG patriot
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CG patriot

Can you believe-it, 4 more day’s and counting. I’ve never been so darn excited to get my @$$ to a voting booth in my entire 49 year’s being on this earth. However, for my 50th B-day, I’ll choose to ignore that entire day!

Sarah will always have my utmost respect in what ever she decides to do with her political career. I miss seeing her speak at the Tea Party rallies, but mostly I miss BreitBart more! It’s been a long hard ride my friends, these last 4 year’s, I’m ready for victory and some rest. I hope Obama will be seeing RED.

G-night RScooper’s!

PVG
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PVG

I miss AB too……..:(

cathmom
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cathmom

I wish Andrew were here to see Obama thrown out on election day. I can only imagine his “righteous indignation” at the Bengahzi scandal.

Orangeone
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Orangeone

He’s watching and guiding from above.

keyesforpres
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keyesforpres

I hope he will seeing bars real soon.

white531
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white531

G’nite, CG.

info
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info

Here in Virginia we are in the midst of a true battle. I personally have been going into the local Victory office making hundreds and hundreds of calls for over the past three weeks. Today I had a Republican voter complain that he has had to answer the phone “ten times” this week with the GOP get out the vote callers on the other line. I said to the complainer that just yesterday a man I called said that his son was the person I was trying to reach with my call, and that he is in Afghanistan unable to vote at all. The complainer said “you have to be kidding me” and slammed the phone down. People be patient. Believe me I would rather be doing something else than calling well over a thousand people I never met and inconvenience them for just fifteen seconds. I do this not… Read more »

Orangeone
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Orangeone

I appreciate what you do, thank you!

Since I’m a registered Dem and donated to the GOP, I get calls from both. And I have a lot of fun when the Dems call to remind me to vote. Simple response: Thanks for reminding me to vote for Mitt Romney!

info
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info

Thank you Orangeone! I will share your comment with my campus compadres this afternoon. You alone have inspired me into the “Big Push” through to Tuesday. Your comment means a lot. Thanks again. Go Orangeone for Romney!!!

Orangeone
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Orangeone

This is what Scoop does for all of us info and thanks for spreading the word!

carolyn50
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carolyn50

i had a call from the dem party in our county wanting to know if i could give a few hours – i said respectfully I wouldn’t vote for obama if he was the only one running.

Orangeone
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Orangeone

smile  How did they respond?  I’m usually hung up on.

Amjean
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Amjean

I have a question about Palin I have been dying for someone in the know to answer. I haven’t
seen her campaign
or endorse or otherwise push voting for any candidates in this last critical time of this important election. Other than her
opinions on Fox she has been extremely quiet since Romney’s convention.

Does anyone know what is going on? Did Fox shut her up as a condition
of her resigning her Fox commentator contract? Or did the Romney campaign request that she “disappear” exept when on Fox because her
presence would cause a distraction, whatever?

I have seen a few postings on facebook, however, she has all but disappeared.

Let me know if anyone has the skinny on this.

famouswolf
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famouswolf

No skinny, but a theory. I think she is laying low to avoid letting the msm use her for distraction. On her own.

I can’t see her honoring any request to ‘disappear’, nor do I think Romney would ask. She’s doing the best thing she can right now to help get rid of ‘o’. It’s the simplest explanation.

idesign2
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idesign2

That’s just how I see it…:)

PhillyCon
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PhillyCon

This makes the most sense to me. I have missed her voice and passion.

Vorlath
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Vorlath

I think one of the reasons she didn’t run is because of the media. So having done that, she knew that she didn’t want to be a distraction for whomever was running. I do think she wanted to be at the convention though.

keyesforpres
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keyesforpres

She didn’t run because Bachmann jumped in the race. Remember when Sarah was doing her bus tour? I think she was doing that to generate excitement and media interest in her (they were following her every move). Then Bachmann jumped in and rose to the top and Palin abruptly ended her bus tour.

MaxineCA
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MaxineCA

She actually has been spending a lot of time focusing on the Senate races, campaigning in many states, understanding how important they are. It won’t do us any good to gain POTUS, and keep the House if we don’t gain the Senate to prevent Reid from blocking everything like he’s done since we took the house in 2010.

She’s one smart gal…. and I trust her judgment. Fox isn’t blocking her or she wouldn’t have been on Hannity.

wodiej
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wodiej

I agree w the others. She is trying to help win the Senate and doesn’t want to be a distraction for Romney’s campaign. She said they have a good relationship and there is no “hatchet to bury.” I’m sure she would have liked to speak at the convention but she also realized that would be a distraction as it would have if Gingrich had been there.

librtifirst
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librtifirst

I personally think that she would do well to stay in the game, but distance herself from Romney as much as possible. If she doesn’t want to lose her cred with the Tea Party, having limited support of Romney would be a good thing.

I am hoping that she stays in the anti-establishment side of things, and has the future ability to be a voice against Romney’s big government.

librtifirst
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librtifirst

Thank you Sarah. “Currency”, “inflation”. Don’t hear anyone else talking about them.

Edit: “The media is corrupt” You go girl.

white531
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white531

There are two things that I like to see on Scoop, about every two or three days. Allen West, and Sarah Palin. Give me those two, maybe throw Mia Love in, for good measure, and I’m a happy camper.

I’m a Reagan Republican. I like people who uplift me.

librtifirst
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librtifirst

Did they bring in a bunch of Californians to Obama’s speech in Colorado?

BHliberty
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BHliberty

LOL! Or Seattle, WA!

Amjean
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Amjean

Hannity exhausts me with his going on and on and on prior to letting
his guests, whomever they are, speak.

tvlgds
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tvlgds

I stopped watching long ago. I had hoped the blathering over everybody would end when Hannity and Colmes did–I had to stop watching that, too. I gave Hannity a chance and nothing changed. Everybody still yells over everybody else and nobody is heard. Makes my ears bleed! I like Hannity and think he’s a great person, but I cannot watch him.

freenca
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freenca

Yes, it’s the best he’s got.!!! Look at those eyes, the flat eyes tell the tale. He ain’t got it, never did, never will!!! Sarah had more gumption than ‘the won’ all along. I hope she gets offered a prominent spot in the new administration! Energy, maybe????

nibblesyble
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nibblesyble

I agree with you Miss Sarah…4 days..4 days..it’s like Christmas morning, I cannot wait!

SoLongSong
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SoLongSong

And tomorrow it will be three days, and the next day it’ll be TWO, and…..

ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS THAT MARXIST OUT of the WHITEHOUSE.

I’ll be good!!

Pendog
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Pendog

As Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz might have said: ” I want him to go, I want him to go, I want him to go…”

tvlgds
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tvlgds

I just pray that it’s 4 more days and not 4 more YEARS! America will not survive.

Cindy08
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Cindy08

I agree with you, tvlgds, I agree with you.

May God have mercy on us!

white531
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white531

That would make an excellent bumper sticker!

idesign2
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idesign2

“People are freezing, without power, and have even died due to Sandy, and yet all Obama does is fly in for a quick photo op with liberal NJ Governor Chris Christie then jet off to Las Vegas for yet another party with Jay-Z and the Hollywood crowd.”

Taste the Nightstick..:)

Orangeone
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Orangeone

Becoming a habit of Barky’s, photo op, dead people, party with Jay Z.

wodiej
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wodiej

ouch…good one.

white531
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white531

He loves the limelight. So long as there is a teleprompter nearby.

Orangeone
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Orangeone

Frankly, he can take the teleprompter back to Kenya.  I just want him to get out of our country.

retiredvetwife
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retiredvetwife

I agree with your premise; but I do take exception to calling Chris Christie a liberal. As a strong conservative and a resident of New Jersey, I see so many changes that Mr. Christie has brought to our state as a Republican. He has crossed political lines at times for the good of our state, but is far from a liberal. I think he was smart in his compliments to Obama, because I think now we will get some help from this liberal country.

keyesforpres
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keyesforpres

Too bad he doesn’t get islam and appointed a muslim to the bench with ties to terrorism.

white531
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white531

That was part of my problem with Christie. The Muslim invasion of this country is real. They are the greatest enemy we face, going forward.

For him to embrace Islam, and treat it just like the Judeo-Christian ethic that we all believe in, is a travesty. He is wrong, and he will be proven wrong, as we go forward, against this enemy.

white531
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white531

retiredvetwife, I don’t believe any of us consider Chris Christie, a Liberal. I do believe him to be a moderate. More moderate, than I thought, originally.

When I first learned of Chris Christie, it was because of he stood up to the teacher’s unions, and won. He saved New Jersey. We’ve all seen the videos. I thought he was Presidential material.

Since then, I have changed my mind. He has strong convictions on some things, and weak ones on others. He is another politician who thinks its important to get along with those on the other side of the aisle. I still think he’s a great guy. Let him stay in New Jersey. He’s doing a good job there. I don’t want him in charge of this country.

carolyn50
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carolyn50

and then there is a headline on politico that says christie was romney’s first choice for vp. had he picked him, he would lose for sure. i don’t care for Christie and maybe the snub was payback for not being picked for vp.

whitewolf2009
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whitewolf2009

Watching Christie’s brolovefest with NObama made me sick and dizzy! I was thinking… What the HELL are you doing??? I lost a LOT of respect for Christie after that fawning garbage I was watching on the TV.

white531
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white531

We all did, Wolfie.

bedr1
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bedr1

Christie sucks

white531
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white531

Christie started off on the right track. Had he continued on that track, he was headed for greatness.

What killed it for me, was his support of Muslims, and his support for illegal aliens.

white531
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white531

I thought it was funny that NYC Mayor Bloomberg, a Democrat, denied him a photo op in New York City, and Christie, a Republican, accommodated him in New Jersey.

I have no further respect for Christie. His candle has gone out, as far as I am concerned.

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