Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Sarah Palin Defends Herself by Staying on Offense

Sarah Palin defended herself Monday on Hannity:

"We mourn with those who mourn, we grieve with those who grieve, and may our prayers cover these families and may somehow, as we read in the Book of Jeremiah, God touch these families and envelope them in the peace that only He can provide and may He somehow supernaturally turn their grief into joy."

"Those on the left hate my message, and they'll do all that they can to stop me because they don't like the message - it's not just me, it's all that embrace the time-tested truths that helped build our country."

"Blood libel means being falsely accused of having blood on your hands."

"Second Timothy 1:7 in the Bible it says that God has given has given us a spirit of power and love and sound mind, he hasn't given us a spirit of fear."

On the question of her political future and whether she will run for President, it's beginning to look that maybe Sarah Palin has something else in mind:

"I am not going to sit down, I'm not going to shut up, I'm going to hopefuly be able to help empower others."
Could Sarah Palin make a career out of going around the country to help candidates who share her brand of consevative populism? That's got to give the Washington, DC establishment some heartburn, both Democrats and Republicans.

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