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Sarah Palin: IOWA

Source: CampaignTrailReport.com

By: Vanguard of Freedom

Posted: Jan. 2nd, 2012

Sarah Palin told Eric Bolling (filling in for Neil Cavuto) on Fox News’ “Your World With Neil Cavuto,” that possible “drop-outs” from the GOP 2012 Primary Presidential elections would be Jon Huntsman and Michele Bachman.

Palin told Bolling that she felt Huntsman’s “not even giving it the old college try” in Iowa was in effect slighting the process and the people of Iowa, while stating also that perhaps this was not Michele Bachmann’s “time this go-around” in a run for President.

Palin cited Michele Bachmann’s lack of funds, and lamented her having to go into debt to fund her campaign if she were to continue beyond Iowa.

Palin dismissed the possibility of Rick Perry dropping out of the race, because, according to Palin, Perry still has substantial funds to continue.

To squelch rumors about her running despite a “rogue voter” web site promoting her as a Presidential candidate, Palin said:

“I don’t see that happening… I haven’t even taken the time even to consider it…”

Palin is “picking the best” of the candidates, and not looking for “the perfect candidate,” and stops way short of an endorsement.

She talks about Ron Paul, Donald Trump, and Newt Gingrich’s hint at her being his running mate if he is selected as the GOP nominee for 2012.

Interestingly she would support Ron Paul if he was the nominee. She said Ron Paul had corrected some of the misconceptions about him… that he is pro-Israel, but that he would go about supporting Israel differently than she and other Conservatives would…. See the Video:

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1 Comment

  1. Bob Jason

    January 4, 2012 at 4:44 am

    You have to give Iowa a try but too much emphasis is put on the results of Iowa considering that only 10-12% of registered republicans attend the caucuses. We can live with a less than perfect republican nominee who can beat Obama but we can't live with a Democraticlly controlled Senate under Harry Reid or a Republican Congress afraid to tackle the issues.

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