Sarah Palin Ron Paul: Ignore His Message at Your Own Risk

Sarah Palin is spot-on this with assessment of Ron Paul and his positions. The discussion of Ron Paul happens at 1:24-into the video. After the Paul discussion she goes on to talk about others in the race, with comments on Newt Gingrich.

Sarah Palin


Under Obama, there is no light at the end of the tunnel for our country: we cannot afford any more of him. ~ Sarah Palin

Fox Nation (if the video disappears or does not play, view it here.)

The GOP had better not marginalize Ron Paul supporters after this because Ron Paul supporters understand that a lot of Americans are war weary and we are broke and he has reached these constituencies who are very concerned about the solvency of the United States and he has proposed solutions with his austerity measures, so the GOP better listen to what these Ron Paul supporters are saying. Better work with them.

I agree with Palin on her view of Ron Paul’s impact on American voters, and I believe he has resonated with many who will not vote for him. I’m one of those. I think Paul would be on his way to the White House this year if his foreign policy wasn’t so incredibly weak. Cull out the foreign policy and I agree with most of what he says.


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Posted by Maggie @ Maggie’s Notebook

  • You are the only blogger thus far I have seen who has portrayed this clip correctly and accurately so far. All the others are making Palin into a villain for doing what she always has in the past and been praised for it: telling the truth.

    And I do not like Ron Paul that much, but her assessment here is spot on.

    • LadyLiberty1885, I had not noticed the other headlines, but it doesn’t surprise me. I watched the interview last night and was really impressed. If we want to declare the economy/jobs the focus, we have to acknowledge many of the truths of Paul has said. Palin is a standup lady and would have made an excellent president, but I don’t blame her for passing it up. She has young children and needs some peace in her life for their sake.

      Thanks for the nice comment.

  • Thanks for posting this about Sarah Palin and Ron Paul. I know you and I do not agree on his foreign policy, but I appreciate the effort you are making to be fair in your reporting.

    • Thanks LD. My only mission is to replace Barack Obama. As I’ve said before I will gladly vote for Paul and his foreign policy if I have to because I believe Congress would reign him in, especially when it comes to Israel. We would have no lawlessness with Paul in the White House, even with foreign policy being a challenge.

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