Sunday, December 18, 2011
Governor Palin appeared on Fox News this afternoon, interviewed by Shannon Bream. The Governor stated that she is not yet feeling enthusiastic about the current GOP presidential field, a sentiment that I and many others share. She made it clear that unless she does feel inspired, she will not endorse anyone:
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.
Without naming names, Governor Palin went on to mention the failure of some of these candidates to usher in the much-needed "sudden and relentless reform" when they had opportunity to do so at the state or congressional level. This, of course, is a problem because America is teetering on the edge. We either get our moral, fiscal, and constitutional house in order or it's adios to this country as we know it. Therefore, the Governor's concern is well-placed.
Shannon Bream ended the interview by asking Governor Palin to weigh in on the Tim Tebow "controversy." The Governor praised his boldness:
He knows that Jesus is going to rock your world when you give it all over to Him, and he's bold about it, and he knows that the Son of God should be honored and praised, and Tebow does that. I respect it.
I could rattle off a plethora of reasons I respect Governor Palin, but her own boldness in expressing her faith is definitely at the top of that list. She and Tim Tebow are both examples of what it is to give praise to Jesus Christ.
(Video courtesy of SarahNET)