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Governor Palin Talks To Greta Tonight

She’ll weigh "in on President Obama’s plan" tonight.


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  • nkthgreek


  • James A. Tyler

    Its about time… at least MSNBC had the courtesy to ANNOUNCE their month long Sarah "boycott" in Feb of 2011 – Fox has kept this wonderful woman at arm’s length since the sixth of this month. Old dependable Greta – on a roll after calling out those detestable gentlemen like Toure and Richard Wolffe

  • aaron66krohn

    Maybe it was at least partly SARAH’S choice to not do interviews for awhile!!

    After all, the election was over, the winners (and losers) were mostly taking a break…..
    and maybe Sarah was busy doing OTHER things….

    like being a MOM of FIVE…
    being a WIFE…
    WELCOMING Track back home from Afghanistan…
    readying for that big Thanksgiving bash where that great family photo was taken…
    running her daily quota of miles…
    going hunting (??)…
    and any number of things "normal" people do in a "normal" day!!!

    And HER "vacation" wasn’t paid for by the TAXPAYERS!!!!!


    Welcome back, Sarah!!
    We missed ya!!

    • James A. Tyler

      I suspect there was some deliberate exclusion involved, since the FOX team seemed to be treating her like Voldemort, whose name may not be mentioned, but for all the reasons you stated above, she probably didn’t give a damn that they were trying to shut her out, anyway. She goes off and does her own thing not giving a damn.

    • BrianusBerkleianus

      Great; thanks, Aaron!

  • RedDaveR

    Looking forward to this interview.  It’s been a long wait.

  • Jthom26837

     I’ll be watching. I stand with Sarah Palin!!!

     Palin/ West 2016, Palin/ Haley 2016, or Palin/ Bachman 2016.

     No matter how you toss the dice,


    • heshtesh

      Palin/Walker 2016!!

      • IndieDogg


        Total fantasy; put Todd on the ticket. That’s a helluva team.

        • Guest

          Love it !!

    • blueniner


  • batlcrewzer

    You guys are in a tight squeeze. Question: Will your avatar Boehner be able to stand up to the Pres?
    Will he stand up for your values? We are betting on the Afrikanized  Honey Bee. Good luck.

    • Kathleen

      If you’re looking for anyone here to think Boehner has any cojones, you’re barking up the wrong tree. Most folks here think he’s part of the problem, instead of the solution.  

    • Mary Beth House

      I’d say all of America is in a tight squeeze. 

      Neither the President nor anyone in his administration genuinely cares about the financial crisis.  If they had, they would not have spent and expanded the size and scope of government for years, increasing the debt and deficit to unimaginable heights.  

      The President and his ilk on the left are using this as an opportunity to push for the social change and class warfare agenda he wants to become the norm, ie, the evil rich need to be put in their place and the government as the true voice of the people should be the arbitors of how that appropriated money should be distributed.

      If they really wanted to deal with the financial crises, they’d stop demanding more spending and start cutting spending, pushing more to the states and actually commit to real entitlement change.  They are not.

      On the flip side, the GOP is feckless and being drawn into negotiating with a less than honest broker in the form of the President, who clearly disdains the role of the legislative branch of government.  He rejects the need for limited powers, for a balance of the three branches, and continues to seek more autonomous authority for his branch of government.  This is not an opinion…it’s a fact that’s backed by a mountain of evidence.

      The GOP…ie, the stupid party…don’t get the trap they’re in.  Boehner, who is not our "avatar" by any stretch of the imagination, is presenting himself as a weak leader who doesn’t fully understand what his role is, what his power is and why it’s necessary for him to remind the President that the House holds the power of the purse.

      But he’s a gutless hack so I doubt he’ll do any of what’s necessary and continue to retreat even as he’ll declare some sort of weak victory in the end.

      And in the end… we’ll all be screwed. None of the issues that caused the problem will be addressed. The American people will be even more conditioned to think that the rich have it coming to them and the disastrous policies of the left will not see any genuine challenge by anyone in the GOP who are more concerned with their own power and connections and deals than they are with doing what’s necessary to preserve our Republic.

      • Freempg

        Don’t waste your time. Read his activity. It’s disingenuous. Back him into a corner and he starts the name calling, references to Nazis and teabaggers are his favorite.

      • batlcrewzer

        You take up a lot of cyber bits. It’s called "talking loud, and saying nothing".

  • GetWhatYouPayFor

    Wow, shocked! Will FOX allow her to say the name Palin or will they introduce her as a Tina Fey look alike? Gretta is pushing the limit here. Verizon FIOS lists her show as drama. No kidding!

  • Pete Petretich

    Fox will let her talk, but not for long. They’re still afraid that she’ll take over the GOP!

    • Jthom26837

       If The GOPe keeps screwing up and screwing around, there will be nothing left of the GOPe for Sarah Palin to take over. I Stand With Sarah Palin!!

  • HiramHawk

    I have not tuned into FoxNews or other mainstream news since Gov. Palin was on the last time.

  • c4pfan

    I’ll be watching! :)  Thanks for the heads up.

  • BrianusBerkleianus

    It will be wonderful to hear again the VOX LEONIS, the Voice of the Lion, tonight on Greta!!

    I do not doubt that the Governor is refreshed and restored because of the beautiful Thanksgiving holiday, and especially with Track’s safe return from war (Deo Gratias–thanks be to God, for this great blessing!!).

    Look out, mr. obama–you and the Left think that you have captured America permanently and forever.

    The Cuda and the American People have other ideas.

    VIVAT VOX LEONIS–Long Live the Voice of the Lion!!

    DEO VOLENTE, SARAH 2016!!!

    Palin/West 2016!!

    • DocBarry1

      The Governor was right on and even though we know that the Republicans in the House – will buckle – she told them straight – we elected you to stop this insanity- you were elected because you have the purse strings

      When, not if,  the Republican do become whobbly  it is my hope that Gov Palin sees how much the Country needs her to run – we can’t trust them – we need a real leader – Gov Palin – you are needed – give us a real choice – win or lose – run your campaign, with your people and in the manner that will make us all proud – I stand with the Governor

      May God continue to Bless her and her family!!!

      P.S. I can’t wait to read BB’s summary of her interview – which was way too short – Fox News needs to give her more time – she says things others are afraid to say – Mr. Ailes back her, meet with her and strategize on how to proceed with a 3rd Party if necessary – but get her to run – PLEASE

      • BrianusBerkleianus

        Thanks, Doc!!

  • misterlogic0013

    Sarah is ready to back Greta up, support her with LSM .. Sarah will be fired up .. ready and able  .

  • excopconservative

    Sarah’s message was, "Republicans, don’t let down the people who elected you."  She pointed out that there is a void in leadership.  She can fill that void when the time is right.

    • senator20526

       She was on for two segments.

  • BrianusBerkleianus

    Sarah on Greta:

    re Susan Rice: It’s a question of competency, not gender or skin color.

    This entire matter indicates a GENERAL lack of competency, and transparency, and truthfulness in the whole administration..To this very day there has been no apology or explanation to the American People re Benghazi.

    The obama administration lacks transparency and honesty.

    Four brave, innocent Americans were killed, and we still have no answers.

    They play politics instead of being STRAIGHT WITH THE PEOPLE.

    Jay Carney (White House Press Secretary) has been "obstinate and arrogant.."

    IF SARAH WERE A MEMBER OF THE MEDIA, she would be offended and would want to be a better reporter and investigator than these people have been.

    "SO WHAT?" she stirringly says to the idea that reporters "lose access" to the White House by seeking answers. Who needs "access" to LIES!!!–LIES–way to "tell it like it is," Governor!!

    Benghazi is just ONE EXAMPLE of the DECEPTION of this White House and of the mode of operation in DC.

    The House of Representatives has great power–the power of the pursestrings–the American People just reelected them–they have to take a stand against obama–they cannot go wobbly on us–they cannot be wusses!!–implicit censure of Boehner!!!

    "WE HAVE ALREADY GONE OVER THE CLIFF" re the supposed financial cliff–The only question now is how we are going to be thumping at the bottom of the cliff!!

    She refers to obama’s "fairytale utopia."

    It comes down to a NEED FOR LEADERSHIP in our country.

    Great, great interview.

    My observation: We need YOUR leadership, Governor …

    RUN, SARAH, RUN!!!

    I shall have more on the interview early tomorrow, guys.

    God bless!!

    • HuntingMoose

      "RUN, SARAH, RUN!!!"

      actually, that will happen when we will educate the ignorant fools that have been mislead and lied to about Sarah. Don’t cheerlead. follow the example , write to the editor of your newspaper

    • RomanBarbarian

       How many truths in just a few minutes!!!

      • BrianusBerkleianus

        Amen, Laura!!

  • John B. Hefmier

    Sarah was fired up!!!

    • $26225604

      seriously? she looked kind of down to me.

      • RomanBarbarian

        She started slowly, but she lit up the fire in the belly at the end!!

      • Mary Beth House

        I just re-watched it with your comment in mind and I think that she was very somber in the beginning but as it went on, you could see her getting her dander up.  :)

      • John B. Hefmier

        She was fired up, especially towards the end.  I was actually cooking my dinner when she was on, so I did not see all of the interview, and tried to listen as much as I could, from the kitchen.  All n’ all, I thought that she was fired up, and I am sticking to that. :^)

    • IndieDogg

      Agreed. She was beyond fired up, when the lid blew off (on the "reporter access" issue).

      But not tired in the beginning. That, IMO, is what long-term frustration looks like. When you have said the same things, over and over, and you’re spot on (Sarah Palin’s political insights and instincts are unequaled on today’s political landscape, bar none), and you see the same sheep following the same wolf to be sheared once again, and you are asked to say it all again, that’s what you get. An "Are you kidding; do we really have to ask about this Benghazi smokescreen again? Can’t we just get the truth for a change?" And I don’t blame her a bit.

      We saw what was underneath when she finally blew. I’ve never, never, seen her so explosive and openly, frankly, pissed. Even with her most considerate interviewer ever, she lost it. And good for her. No, I don’t think she was tired, physically. I think she was tired of all the Bulls***.

      What we saw when she blew, that is the gold. That is what can be – finally – unleashed on this disaster of a political traffic jam in Washington, if, and only if, she’s willing and we can make it happen.

      I imagined Greta asking her last night, at the end, "So, are you running?" I could hear the Governor say, "I might have to; somebody has to stop this madness."

  • Jean_A


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