Sunday, December 18, 2011

Gov. Palin on Fox News: No Enthusiasm Yet to Endorse

"My endorsement will be with sincerity and enthusiasm. I'm not there yet, and a personal endorsement does not amount to a hill of beans compared to the wisdom of the American voter," former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin today said in a telephone interview with Shannon Bream of Fox News.

Gov. Palin said "it is exciting to see what will happen in Iowa," predicting that Michele Bachmann and Rick Santorum both of whom she described as "known conservatives" "will do better than RINO pundits predict." Gov. Palin said that Ron Paul with his dedicated, hard-working support base will also do well but predicted that Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich will likely remain the front runners after the Iowa caucuses.

Gov. Palin expressed frustration that "some in this field have had the opportunity to engage in sudden and relentless reform at the state and Congressional levels" but did not seize it and then speak about their plans and intentions moving forward. "Without naming names," Gov. Palin said this frustration could apply to the entire field of candidates.

Gov. Palin said the Tea Party remains a strong grassroots movement committed to following the Constitution and that the Tea Party will continue to grow.

When asked about Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow's prayers on the field, Gov. Palin responded, "I am so pro-Tebow. He knows that Jesus of Nazareth will rock your world and I admire his boldness."

Video retrieved from SarahNET.

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