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Her response was rather muddled:
"It was a pleasant surprise and I don't think we should condone them for finally trying to jump off the Obama train wreck that is coming down the pike here. I appreciate that they acknowledge it, and of course there are death panels in there. But the important thing to remember is that's just one aspect of this atrocious, unaffordable, cumbersome, burdensome, evil policy of Obama's, and that is Obamacare." (I think she meant to say "condemn instead of "condone." But seriously who can tell WHAT she means?)
Bolling then asks the Wasilla Wendigo what the Dems motive might be for coming out on her side now?
"Well it's in black and white, in the law that there will be rationing of health care. They..they couldn't go forever and not acknowledging that or they would look like complete buffoons, And they would be..uh..deemed incompetent, having not read the law to understand that death panels are a part of this atrocity. So I think it was just a matter of time, and the twenty two Democrats who have now acknowledged part of the problem with Obamacare again, as I say, they should be thanked and not condo..uh..condemned. And..um..I think that..that as more and more of our Congressmen and women actually read the law, and as more of us bring to light more things in the 20,000 pages of rules and regulations accompanying Obamacare, more of them will try to jump off the train wreck that's coming."
Bolling then asks about the fake scandals.
"Yeah I'm still disgusted with the mainstream media having the opportunity to do some followup questions and really pinning down our President and asking him, because as you point out, this is the third week running now where he still pooh-poohs the Benghazi scandal, and the..um...'government snooping on us' scandals, and nobody's asking him which scandals are you characterizing as being phony? And I wish that the press would do a better job at really pinning him down, making him answer to the people whom he is serving. (Ahh another lesson on journalism from the "can't name what newspapers she reads" lunatic herself. I am sure the press really appreciate her helpful critiques.)What does he mean when he says that these things that we are SO concerned about. He pooh-poohs them and acts like its no big darn dill." (They put up a Fox News poll here which unsurprisingly shows that Fox News viewers take all of the scandals VERY seriously. In other news most children think their parents are mean for not letting them stay up past their bedtime.)
Then Bolling shifts gears and asks Palin about security versus transparency as it pertains to the NSA/Snowden debacle.
"There is no balance at all in this struggle for security and liberty when we have an illustration going on today with our government having lied about it. Our government actually spying on innocent Americans and gathering data on us based on our communications. which really is a violation of our fourth amendment. There's no balance there at all. That is stomping, trampling, a boot on the neck of our liberty, that's not balance." (Of course when it was discovered that Bush secretly started this program, with NO judicial oversight, there was not one word spoken against it by Palin or her Right Wing hypocrites.)
Then Palin decides to directly defend Snowden.
"Well not only that but messenger then, he who told us what was going on in that department, that is resulting in our finally awareness of our government spying on us, and that's Edward Snowden. He's the BAD guy in all of this? You know they really want to 'shoot the messenger' instead of dealing with the problem, the problem is trampling on our liberty, trampling on our fourth amendment rights." (You know there is a great, and informative article from Dana Priest of the Washington Post, that really refutes quite a few of the assertions made by Glenn Greenwald and Edward Snowden. Not that Palin will read or understand it.)
Finally Bolling asks Palin who she favors in the dust up between Chris Christie and Rand Paul?
"Team Rand Paul."
Well that is certainly good news for Chris Christie.
I cannot tell you how unhappy I am that Palin feels vindicated on that whole Death Panel thing, but I guess every dog has their day.
The rest of the interview was textbook Palin-speak, with plenty of stumbles and misused words to keep English majors bashing heir heads against their desk for hours.