Sarah Palin on 'revenge' as motivation to vote
Former VP nominee on 'Hannity'
- Duration 6:41
- Date Nov 5, 2012
Former VP nominee on 'Hannity'
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-- would present a homicide today.
They asked his supporters to vote.
You don't move well.
Instead I asked the American people to vote for love.
And that was the latest RNC ad highlighting the president's well final negative arguments -- a desperation joining me now Fox News contributor former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin.
Governor welcome back revenge against who do you think.
I'll tell -- revenge is a very poor tool to build the united in hope -- nation and for a president.
To encourage -- -- to exact revenge via their vote is pretty much the end antithesis certainly of what.
Mitt Romney is representing and standing for in this election and that's a great question.
Revenge against who would get against what.
You know it's funny I don't watch in these closing arguments and beyond the president being very negative and obviously appealing to his -- governor Romney appealing to independents.
I'm I'm watching the president in -- such.
A dramatic difference from the guy in 2008.
You know now he's running on down big bird and band that's -- calling Romney a BS certain Romney Asia and and all this negativity.
It's such a different tone.
No one of the crowds -- you know in some cases 101520.
But with that said governor the polls are close.
Whatever -- you look at that whatever swing state we'll look at that here it looks very very close how do you interpret them.
I think the polls are close because that corrupt mainstream lame stream media had so protected and so I'm intimately invested itself in Barack Obama's candidacy in his reelection bid that they.
I worked for so many years and in this election cycle these months allowing the American public actually.
Here what to Barack Obama was planning to do to our country -- we know what the next four years would reading if Barack Obama were to be elected.
-- -- -- Prologue -- -- -- what he.
What do you just did to us and -- -- is whether it is the stats are what they are with unemployment numbers and a downgraded credit ratings and inflation on the horizon all those things that are so bad for our country.
We will get more of the same in the next four years.
And be corrupt media did not allow the American voter to really seen.
What they -- contrast was in Romney's ad campaign and sell.
-- -- third thankfully un filtered forums finally came about and that was the debates and that's when being.
Started shifting it's as pretty -- she -- we -- free didn't you seem very competency of more.
You're probably a little closer more optimistic than Carl and -- in -- year with new -- -- you think this is going to be.
A very good night early for a governor Romney.
I am very optimistic but I am not going to predict this one time because as you say and -- everything is just is so close yeah.
I do believe that the voters the viewers the readers their listeners.
Are more interested is set of all -- inside baseball being in the head pundits like to talk about the polls who's up who's down -- -- Hear more about these stories that have been ignored by the corrupt media.
That and I certainly have greater repercussions then.
These polls and who's up who's down on a daily basis those stories have to do with Ben -- -- the cover up they have to do with.
These seemingly enthusiastic acceptance of Barack Obama.
To -- of foreign best sources of campaign contributions that his campaign is accepting their a lot of things going on in this campaign season.
That are being ignored and that's a shame because people do need to -- What they're gonna have to do their own homework and -- find out for themselves what's going on with -- -- -- that corrupt aspects of the Obama administration in campaign I think -- Almost fascinating things is -- these final states that come into play now you watch axle rod.
-- that this is desperation meanwhile the -- Bill Clinton in -- Pennsylvania tomorrow.
I mean I don't know if it's real but certainly there's been a tightening in the midwest the Michigan.
You've got governor Romney up by one or tied in -- to Minnesota.
It's very tight in Wisconsin very tight in Ohio.
I think the most interest in those Pennsylvania and the fact that they have moved so heavily in a big crowds today showed up for governor Romney.
The senate Bill Clinton never -- stops tomorrow but this -- that the RNC -- put out its okay you know to vote for change and make a change.
It seems to be very effective let me get your thoughts on this.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- And overwhelmed rack that up and roll it.
National debt over fifteen trillion claiming.
Unemployment above 8% for forty straight months an ongoing economic crisis with no end in sight.
She's trying to.
You try and yeah it's okay.
To make -- change.
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This this to me is it 25 million on an underemployed.
Fewer Americans working one and six in poverty 49 million Americans on food stamps and -- six trillion in debt.
It's not any more complicated than that for me why crazy even close.
After all the promises to cut the deficit half -- -- Right and as I said there's just -- to be more of the same if he were to be reelected.
And and obviously the status quo has got to go we can America cannot afford four more years of best.
I you know at everything after plane though in some states that previously perhaps have been written off by conservatives.
It speaks to this idea of a campaign never giving up on any state -- in there and it respecting the vote of every single individual American in every state not just 88 important swing states but.
Every individual Americans exercising their right their duty their responsibility.
To vote for who they want as their leader and.
For these campaigns to not give up anywhere across our nation.
Our governor will be seeing you know on on Tuesday night as always good to see -- things we want us thank.
You so much.