Saturday, January 14, 2012
Governor Palin was Judge Jeanine Pirro's guest for the second consecutive Saturday. The Governor emphasized the importance of vetting, rather than removing certain topics from the table of discussion. Therefore, Mitt Romney's Bain Capital record should be fair game. We see what happened when then-candidate Obama skated through the process without vetting. The GOP, says Governor Pain, must not do the same with our candidates.
She also talked about why she has not endorsed. Like many, she is still vetting and trying to decide. She acknowledged that her name attached to a candidate might cause controversy, and she wants to "help the cause, not hurt the cause."
Governor Palin pointed out the damage President Obama has done to this country. With the increase of debt, the rise of unemployment, and a housing market in the tank, President Obama certainly hasn't improved anything, she articulated.
(Video courtesy of SarahNET)