While enemies of Romney and Gingrich both engage in politics of politics of personal destruction, the Obama administration has killed the Keystone XL pipeline, making us more dependent on foreign oil, much of it from enemy nations.
"More and more Americans are fed up with this and that is why they go to Fox News," Gov. Palin said.
On Romney's holdings, Gov. Palin said he paid his legally required corporate and capital gains taxes on them, thus he did nothing illegal.
Gov. Palin said; however, that the more vetting that takes place, it's better for the candidate and the voters. "We don't want to make the same mistake we made" when Obama was elected without being vetted.
Regarding the nontroversy surrounding Newt Gingrich's statement about 13-year-olds being able to be janitors, Gov. Palin said she did precisely that work in her high school and early college days to raise tuition money.
"The people of South Carolina know what is going on. Their eyes are open....the vote will be reflective of the wisdom of the people of South Carolina. We're not going to let the media pick our candidate," she said.
Audio Transcript retrieved from SarahNET