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You know I'd probably listen to you and I know that you -- this isn't -- campaign.
-- but he got this Boston's.
In and you make the trip and they're intriguing all of us that's right.
And part of our pledge of allegiance it's not pictures of Sarah Palin out on this bus because this isn't about me it is not.
Our charters of liberty is reminding especially the schoolchildren across America I -- -- on the bus to -- school teacher I want the kids across America.
To realize why is.
That -- America.
How important is that we restore what's good again.
Free and patriotic about America so that we can prepare ourselves for the heady days ahead because we have huge challenges they had grant.
And done and -- we know.
From whence we came we will not know how to get to the place we need to be in having -- the right track.
He went to the end our -- investors Anderson we're I have my hit him.
But you know I I I'm so thankful that I had.
And I -- faithful beds -- you know they've played their lettuce and a little bit early because I've been there before and I'm waiting in long long lines to get to see will be fun today and done.
It is very -- momentum with a -- of that is of those who lived in Washington reverend numbers in hello I'm not.
-- -- and -- -- naming names but -- -- when you have listings in your city oftentimes don't mean to.
Ranking people should take the time it you know these bucket list things and -- and -- -- -- and replace them blessed to have an opportunity to.
Now more than one sees some of these things hanging and I tell what I see so kids -- -- -- -- -- please appreciate what it is to have a history.
And America right here you get to see it every day -- you -- on the streets that.
Paul Revere rode on you usually get to see these wonderful sites that would get to see on -- on this bus to work and up I don't want kids especially she's taken for granted that.
Is there everyday has all of us way over on the West Coast.
First reading -- it's tough to get over -- sometimes it and tough to -- I have the opportunity to to experience this history I guess it's easier reading.
Care oh my gosh -- America means not much to me -- why it.
We are the last great hope on earth our country is.
There's profits in this country you know I I say and not -- Ramirez was saving god shed his grace on the content on America.
She -- Christian values that were incorporated into our charters of liberty this is unlike any other country on earth and we have been -- we didn't.
-- for these 207 years since the formation.
-- the United States because I believe that our founding fathers decided to do things right in to seek.
It's around the greens these documents that would empower the individual.
Not -- centralized government taking over but if Howard each individual all.
I have to do things right in this country adds.
It just means that much to be that.
You know I I feel like it didn't anyways are feeling -- we've dedicated our -- the last few years to bringing attention to what is good.
And eating restoration in America.
So that we can continue to be -- most exceptionally should honor very discouraged.
I'm not so much discouraged from really impatient really patient because you know I just I want folks to open your eyes and realize what's going on and realize how.
Right and -- Our our country is right -- we're certainly at a -- -- gonna go towards centralized government that.
Takes over tries to make decisions for us -- the people as individuals.
Or we're gonna get.
The declaration of independence that constitutional.
Principles that allowed us to make decisions.
Can't simply -- straight in as individuals collectively we want to help one another we want to build strong communities we want.
Prosperous communities and and help these walls that are teaching true.
True history through education -- just.
We wanted as individuals.
To be able to do what's it was right in America and good about America but we don't need government to tell us how to -- that we should do this.
-- -- -- Do people really want those things but it'll run for office but they come to Washington and they run into this you know -- I don't have to go we're cents a you know we end up managing not solving problems -- -- -- seven senator Evan -- once told me that.
Many of our promised just management we -- -- them.
-- you know our he's promised really mean when you go to Washington they've really been changed.
We have no choice at this point we have to address the problems that are facing us -- there will be no war we do address its problems that real change real reform is very very very difficult.
But I found that.
And as a mayor just hiding I'm not can you just don't want to get along with the good old boys and -- shake things up in my community and I had two terms in order to accomplish much in our little town of Los LA and we grew into the most.
Right -- and bustling little town in Alaska because of the reforms that.
I in my eighteen implemented and then as governor to until we were shot down by those filing a frivolous lawsuits time after time trying to.
Abrams -- state and big -- our country I mean are our family to.
I have that time in the governor's office to shake things up to fight corruption in my own party to refused to go along just to get along.
-- is so precious to me that.
I've always said Obama has spent time especially away from my children Imus Bennett in a worthy -- I'm not gonna waste time just kind of going with the flow along with everybody else -- I think people perhaps who get to Washington and have these.
Idealistic kids ideas of of being able to really reform -- change things that didn't have.
Got to be changed and I think they get a little bit comfortable and they get.
No doubt overwhelmed to -- me comfortable in thinking well.
It's easier we just you know biographies of the apple here there and -- -- in -- -- just just changed everything as it should be changed them.
I honestly think time short.
That we don't have a whole lot of times just.
Don't want to take a bite here and there we've got to get in there and we got it turns things around how we turn things around our economy as I say that it is cutting taxes cutting the corporate tax getting -- -- -- capital gains tax incentivizing.
Families and businesses to be able to -- themselves.
And that -- at the end of the day is gonna result in a stronger more prosperous nation.
Could you work with someone lying down senator Harry Reid and horrible -- leader in the respective constant velocity.
When I was governor -- certainly worked on a bipartisan efforts.
Every day out of our term and then when you're the mayor when your City Council -- those are nonpartisan -- so I had -- in my own family a very independent thinking I'm individuals that that make up the teens so.
Certainly willing to -- and used to working with the with both sides of the -- -- Compromised -- and every time not to you know compromise and stripped and kept away from whatever your principles are Liberia Republican or Democrat and start compromising.
You know this of this -- and I.
Compromise principles and I just wanna know what they're working with and what what I would do in -- -- I did as governor was.
Layup from the very beginning here's what I believe it in this case on the national level I believe in the place of the Republican platform.
I will never get -- partisan -- Allowing a party -- to manipulate.
An agenda or tell me what to do -- never been wired that way so.
The partisanship that comes with a machine running something.
I don't have time for that.
But allowing people to know what it is they're going to be dealing with what it is.
That drives me -- it comes to national policy.
It's the planks and Republican platform because I do believe that their best for America is all of our respective quality.
It's all about the free enterprise system allowing individuals to make decisions better than.
An -- government are far weight making decisions for one.
Couple looked -- and issues and is that if you -- out they say that you will burn up Vista it.
There's been a question would be moved to Alaska Arizona -- -- them from Alaska but.
Safari investments have invested in property and -- -- running -- you know many many class ends.
Urges property in Arizona know that -- And Texas and I think we do that because not only.
Every good investors.
And it's a buyer's market but we like to find -- -- in awhile so.
His safari investment.
Which we are part of at some property in Arizona now back -- new movie out of you.
Did you participate in the creation of the -- now but I am very very anxious to see the final cut of this movie but here I heard great things about it -- after.
I see a rough cut and it blew me away it was I'm going.
They captured -- Out of the record much of the agenda that has been so long curve inverted by the media and I'm so it was around that -- -- are rough cut out it.
And -- might -- for my administration.
I'd be able to finally set the record straight on the things that we worked on energy independence.
Find cleanup corruption where people ended up going to jail for after what it is that we supported the good -- -- in reform in Alaska.
So thankful that much of the record will be -- street.
-- when did you first hear about the movie and they contact you asking him to help it was some months ago that we heard that Steve -- and wanted to.
Wanted to create a documentary.
About where did she come from who is this person Sarah Palin what is her record.
What would happen.
-- John McCain or that it.
Interstate oil and gas conservation commission -- some -- the other boards and commissions that I've worked on the national level what would've made.
Aaron said he contacted me -- and that he was working on a documentary -- -- get out.
I'll believe it when I see if you're really sets a record -- that's how he explained it to me -- so many.
Movies and books and articles and things that are -- bogus -- I didn't really have high hopes for what it is that -- anybody would be able to produce my photographer and I was very -- -- you didn't do an interview them.
No interview now you rightly notes he checked my going rogue book catch heat.
Base the movie off of going -- and then I did.
We just didn't audiobook of it.
And and can.
-- save money audio rights to use your voice anyway right so he's taken much that I.
Audiobook you can't incorporated that India -- -- portion of the book.
And then filling in some of the ways I -- a voice over for him on some of the spots that were missing.
We're coming up soon on Mount Vernon this is.
-- do and -- I'm just not Vernon.
That -- dynamic and I know -- and -- it in any of them efforts again this one of those -- -- really wanted to be able to show the kids you know George Washington's home.
It's great thanks doing.
Okay it's just that didn't sell as it is some -- Donovan I don't I don't know we're going to -- well that's because I don't told another website that you know we're going to aids and at -- as you as you travel the next couple days we know where we're going and then there's a couple of different reasons why we're gonna -- to the whole world -- security.
But of another is if the price of the gas -- my entire right side where I can be able to go too far so in fact I think one -- One of the you know when your -- of the five bucks -- gallon.
I can't go too far in every night this.
-- -- -- Look at -- energy issues that must be addressed today -- we cannot keep going with the flow as we have been and with a moratorium on in the gulf and then we're told by the White House there really isn't a moratorium is there is the impact of that moratorium for 97% of our offshore has been locked up.
What we're looking -- now -- a 150000.
Barrels per day in the last next year and 200.
Thousand barrels per day in last meeting will be developed from the gulf the hereafter because moratorium.
Disallowed the breeding process disallowed race to be able to economically speaking stay in the goal they moved out -- we're going to be looking at -- Billion dollars in -- that we're -- be a warning to foreign countries.
In order to import that may yet you all that we're gonna need to take place what -- got them -- -- -- fire in the belly.
And -- story didn't when it comes to energy independence and when it comes to run.
Yeah common sense decisions that this country -- and it should -- in order to allow us to.
Independent and free -- here since -- ask questions in baton.
Hi my gosh I'm yeah I guess -- because I'm just got.
-- -- -- more and more people talking about.
You know where it is that -- not just me but but they have the potential candidates.
Just individual Americans where it is that that we can go.
I'm fired -- to share with America what in any of the solutions and it should be.
It's common sense and really it's not rocket science what it is that hadn't -- the decision makers and our country he and it should be doing.
Didn't turn things around.
-- for our own or -- or wine.
It kept his taxes and don't be threatening.
Creating more -- -- increasing taxes on our job creators at a time like this.
It is we -- all seen it work rewarding and helping our allies and not snubbing them.
Common sense things like that that we're seeing really antithesis -- in the White House today.
-- I haven't collapsed don't have a good time when that at least it is so yeah this is gonna make it to me here in Alaska -- will have a great summer.
I may say ask for -- -- Reading about.
-- parent tree on my hearing to CNN parliamentary assistant at the end of our commitment that.
Up some reporters will come along and -- -- don't learn something to you about this of this stuff that.
Will make maybe it and it would -- experience.
Never -- of the blast thank you Gary thank you so much.