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November Americans will decide who best to lead the nation at a time when unemployment remains high in many fans are still worried about paying their bills.
One woman who's been taking the pulse of voters across the country former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin.
Is now spoken with her concerns about leadership and why she feels Americans remain frustrated.
Governor thank you so much for joining us.
Thank you I'm glad to be here and they are joining us from Phoenix and next week -- -- any headlining.
The online -- conference of them right on line headlining that effort from.
What impact do you think it will have.
I think it should be quite impact -- -- it gives us an opportunity to.
Private sector enterprise in the entrepreneurial spirit that built America is verses Obama failed policies that.
Really are centered on growing the federal government and taking.
Economic freedom a wave from our small business men and women especially.
As we try to reinvest.
-- -- Their products of our labor and hire more people will will be able -- point out some of those contrasts between policies.
I know that you speak to a lot of people.
Every -- Across the board of IV every month and people who are really suffering hurting.
And really look good looking for leadership in this nation and that's something you're really concerned about can you tell me what you're hearing.
From voters out there when it comes to the question of leadership.
It's not just hardcore conservatives fiscal conservatives in the Republican Party -- as many many independents and just that.
Good patriotic Democrats who are understanding that president Obama's policies are failing this country when you have 23 million Americans under employed.
And millions more on food stamps ads.
Those and -- having to rely on government are feeling invited to rely on government instead of their own work ethic -- in order to survive.
And so many Americans are understanding that we do need a -- come November do we need to continue down this.
In our economy based on president Obama's -- policies that are modeled after.
Failed socialist nations or can we go another direction and we can we allow the private sector to grow and -- that's I'm hearing from Americans is that great concern.
Speaking of the private sector -- -- -- get your reaction two with the president's remarks yesterday saying the private sector was just fine.
How did absolutely out of -- comment but very indicative.
His thinking that at about.
What is going to take even to get our economy back on the right track if he truly believes until somebody -- them and said get back on there.
On in front of the cameras and and explain yourself a bit better and even some talking points but for him to truly believe that the private sector is doing okay in this time of economic quotes is quite indicative of he.
And woman is feeling today in America what about his and his -- his claim that he under his watch at what point three million jobs have been created.
And that the real concern comes from.
States where local municipalities and believe -- hurting because of budget cuts there and that's why we're seeing.
Slower pace when it comes to job creation.
Not quite unfortunate that president -- -- had.
No experience coming into this office of the presidency -- know private sector experience in the local or state government really experience except for his time.
As a lawmaker but not as an administrator in -- state.
He not understanding that no there proper role for local and state and the federal government and our lives but that's too.
Allow infrastructure to be built in order to.
-- provide -- tool for the private sector to be able to grow and thrive and instead he believes that local and state governments.
Need to grow and take more of what the private sector -- -- produces.
And reinvested according to politician's priorities.
-- growing government is the answer again a comment like that is quite indicative.
Of his idea that government is -- answer and instead you know most Americans I believe.
In the often is the case government does the problem is not the solution.
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