Tuesday, August 2, 2011
Governor Palin did not hold back as she talked with Sean Hannity tonight. She was quite clear that she isn't going to sit silently by while people on the left--including our Vice President--call tea party Americans names like terrorists. She went on to remind everyone that it was President Obama who launched his political career in the home of Bill Ayers, a domestic terrorist. She boldly stated:
If we were really domestic terrorists, shoot, President Obama would be wanting to pal around with us, wouldn’t he? I mean, he didn’t have a problem with palling around with Bill Ayers back in the day when he kicked off his political career in Bill Ayers' apartment.
Tough words, yes, but perhaps Vice President Biden and other hard-core leftists might want to remember them before besmirching Americans who simply want to see some fiscal sanity in this nation.
The Governor also didn't hold back about Mitt Romney, who once again, decided to take a stand--after the fact. This time, it was against the debt ceiling compromise. In the past, he's been fond of endorsing candidates after they won. It's time, Governor Palin said, to stand for something from the onset. She also commended Congresswoman Michele Bachmann for doing just that, as she stood up for what she believed in and refused to vote to raise the debt ceiling.
About 2012? She said she's still deciding.
(Video retrieved from SarahNET)