The former governor of Alaska said that President Obama has been lying about ObamaCare not being a tax since he was interviewed by George Stephanopoulos in 2009. In that interview, she said, ABC News was used "as a tool" by the White House. "It's a lie, a purposeful lie," she declared.
Gov. Palin described Obama's presidential actions as "naive, short-sighted and political." She added that it is "overwhelmingly bad" for the U.S. that Obama has been allowed to get away with overstepping his authority and cited the dissent by the four justices who voted in the minority on the ObamaCare case as a document every concerned American voter should read and understand.
The 2008 GOP vice presidential candidate called House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi "a dingbat," which, she added, makes San Fran Nana the "perfect spokesperson" for the Democrat Party. Gov. Palin urged voters to elect a new Congress which understands the concept and principles of economic freedom.
Palin criticized the "Orwellian speak" which has been coming from the Department of Justice concerning the "Fast And Furious" gun running scandal and declared the Obama Administration the "least transparent" in American history. The House Democrats who walked out on the Eric Holder contempt vote should be reprimanded and voted out of office, she said, for "turning their backs" on the family of murdered U.S. Border Patrol agent Brian Terry.
Asked for her recommendation the Romney campaign, Gov. Palin named talk show host, author and former Reagan aide Mark Levin, whom she joked, "would be kickin' butt and taking names" as vice president.
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