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Monday, January 30, 2012

Videos Of Palin On Hannity And Napolitano Today.Double Your Pleasure

Governor Palin on Sean Hannity

With thanks to Adrienne Ross at Motivation Truth

MONDAY, JANUARY 30, 2012

Governor Palin was Sean Hannity's guest tonight on his Fox News television show. She discussed her recent Facebook notecalling out the GOP establishment, and once again she voiced the importance of continuing this primary process. The Governor is adamant that there are many ideas yet to be articulated by the four candidates; therefore, the best way to hear those ideas is for the process to go on.

Also, hear what she says are each candidates' strengths:

(Video retrieved from SarahNET)

Governor Palin Explains 'Rage Against the Machine' to Judge Napolitano

Judge Napolitano interviewed Governor Palin on Fox Business tonight, and right out of the gate he asked her what she meant when she told Judge Pirro that voters in Florida should "rage against the machine" by voting for Newt Gingrich:
I want voters to rise up and allow this vetting process to continue so we can start hearing even more ideas--articulated even clearer what the solutions are--from these candidates, and how we're going to get back on the right track...we're only going to have that through an extended vetting process.

Judge Napolitano pressed Governor Palin on the candidacy of Ron Paul, stressing that he has consistently taken the right stands on issues that matter to conservatives. The Governor, not wanting to be dismissive of Ron Paul but wanting to be "practical," had this to say:
I want to make sure that my one vote really counts, and when you look at the numbers--when you do the math--you see that Romney and Newt Gingrich are the two front runners, and--it appears today--it's one or the other.

Governor Palin makes it clear that it is what it is, so one must spend her/his vote on a conservative candidate with a record of reform, one who can first, actually win the nomination and second, eventually beat President Obama. 


(h/t SarahNET)

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