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(Thomas Jefferson)

Thursday, January 12, 2012

Palin: Mitt needs Bain show & tell

Several sites were saying she should be considered for VP again.  First of all I could never see her running with Romney after last time with McCain.  After this from her interview on Fox News, she will be upset the Romney camp and will be blacklisted with the rest of the conservatives by the pseudo conservatives running the show at the RNC and Romney campaign not to mention Bain Capital, Crossroads, Clear Channel for starters.

Read this and burst out laughing because what she says is so true.  She had to answer all kinds of questions as the VP candidate in 2008 but Romney expects a pass.  Are Republicans supposed to vet all candidates but the elitist Romney?  Sure sounds like it.  Palin gave me the chuckle for the week with this interview.  This sounds like the Sarah Palin most of us supported in 2008 not the Fox pundit version we have seen for the last few years.  
Palin: Mitt needs Bain show & tellBy: MJ LeeJanuary 12, 2012 06:37 AM EST
Sarah Palin suggested Wednesday that Mitt Romney has brought his Bain problems on himself by not being transparent and offering no documentation for the claim that he created 100,000 net jobs and refusing to release his tax returns. 
“Gov. Romney has claimed to have created a 100,00 jobs at Bain, and people are wanting to know, is there proof of that claim and was it U.S. jobs created for United States citizens? … And that’s fair,” Palin told Sean Hannity of Fox News when asked about Rick Perry’s “vulture” caplitalism charge against Romney. “That’s not negative campaigning — that’s fair to get a candidate to be held accountable to what’s being claimed.” 
Palin added, “Nobody should be surprised that things about Bain Capital and maybe tax returns not being released yet and maybe some record not being as transparently provided to the public as voters deserve to see right now — don’t be surprised that that’s’ all coming out today.”
Excerpt:  Read More at Politico

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