Monday, January 30, 2012

Gov. Palin on Freedom Watch: Be Practical Not Naively Idealistic

"What I'm trying to do is find out who has that ideal, and also who can win the GOP nomination - not that it would be a wasted vote for Ron Paul, but Gingrich and Romney are the two front runners. I'm trying to be practical, not naively idealistic," former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin tonight said in a TV interview with Judge Napolitano of Freedom Watch from her home studio in Wasilla, Alaska. "It is the multi-billion dollar question, 'who best to go against Obama? That's why I want the vetting to continue," she said.

Gov. Palin reinforced her "rage against the machine" message, saying, "rage against the status quo - the status quot that got us into that pickle. I want voters to rise up and allow the vetting process to continue." Gov. Palin said if the GOP establishment gets the expedited conclusion it seeks, the electorate will be cut off - disenfranchised.

On Gingrich, Gov. Palin said he "has a record of raging against the machine in so many respects. He's balanced budgets. He was part of the Reagan Revolution, and he was responsible for welfare reform."

During the interview, Gov. Palin said the race was largely between Gingrich and Romney now, because Santorum and Paul are trailing very distant third and fourth respectively.

video retrieved from SarahNET.

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