Asked why Senate Republicans caved on the Amnesty bill, the former Alaska governor blamed a lack of principles and a lack of responsibility for the rule of law. The bill doesn't solve any problems associated with illegal immigration, she remarked, and branded it a betrayal of both the will of the people and the rule of law. Like the measure that produced ObamaCare, we don't know what's in the immigration bill, she observed.
The 2008 GOP vice presidential nominee, who has said that NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden is less of a problem than the federal government's intrusions into the privacy of American citizens, told Pemmaraju that if he broke the law, he should be returned to the U.S. to face justice.
Finally Gov. Palin answered a question that had been submitted by Josh Painter, editor of The SPJ:
The former Alaska governor first said that she likes the name of the proposed new political party. Then she added that if the Republican Party continues to back away from the planks of its own platform, it should expect more members of its conservative base to become independents.
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