Thursday, December 1, 2011
Governor Palin was Sean Hannity's guest on his television show tonight. She discussed 2012: the candidates and their strengths; the Herman Cain controversy; and the need to vet everyone, choose the best one, and support that individual. When asked about making an endorsement, she stated her endorsement wouldn't amount to a "hill of beans." Her endorsement, of course, does mean quite a bit, but she's certainly accurate when she stresses the importance of individuals researching for themselves those seeking the highest office in the land.
Update: Governor Palin tweeted the following after her appearance on Sean Hannity's television show:
@SarahPalinUSA: Dang - spoke too rapidly on @hannityshow; should have clarified I'm for eliminating "fed corporate income tax."
@SarahPalinUSA: Glad Santorum wants to re-industrialize USA w/ eliminating the corp income tax on manufactures.
@SarahPalinUSA: We should eliminate it for everyone & also cut corp welfare to fight crony capitalism while letting the private sector create American jobs.
@SarahPalinUSA: I spoke about this here: http://t.co/FRnucTJa