The former Alaska governor told Sean Hannity that Republicans should do less preaching to the choir and need to work on getting their message out to independents and blue collar Democrats. She invoked Martin Luther King as she pushed back against the political left and their charges of racism against Republicans. "The GOP is a big tent. I don't care about somebody's pigment," she told Hannity, "I do care about their character."
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Earlier, Gov. Palin was on Fox Business with Neil Cavuto:
The Governor said that the nation's economy was "in a meltdown" and challenged those who supported TARP, the auto bailout and Cash for Clunkers to amid they were wrong and apologize to the rest of the country. She identified herself as part of The Tea Party movement and just "common folks." When Cavuto floated the idea of a possible White House run, the 2008 vice presidential candidate seemed to dismiss the idea, explaining, "I don't know where my path will take me, because to tell you the truth, Neil, politics drives me crazy, and I don't necessarily like politicians."
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