The former Alaska governor restated her familiar theme of "sudden and relentless reform" and declared, "We can't afford four more years of what we've been through." She reminded host Sean Hannity that as as the GOP's vice presidential candidate in 2008, she had Barack Obama pegged and had warned that if he was elected president, the country would be in for "a world of hurt with his failed, liberal, socialist policies."
The Tea Party icon pointed out that Obama promised that ObamaCare was not a tax, but it turned out to be the largest tax increase in American history. Now, she said, "November can't come soon enough," and the people have decided that "the status quo has got to go." Saying that Obama has broken nearly all of his campaign promises made during the 2008 campaign, the former Alaska governor added that the only pledge he has kept is "to fundamentally transform America."
The 2008 vice presidential candidate did the segment from Gilbert Arizona, where she campaigned earlier in the day for congressional candidate Kirk Adams. She was wearing an Adams for Congress t-shirt. Palin has focused on the down-ballot contests and said tonight, "These are the important races."
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