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Thursday, January 7, 2010

Palin talks about Facebook note

Sean Hannity interviewed former Governor Sarah Palin on his radio show on Wednesday and Palin had the opportunity to briefly address some of the same issues she pointed out in a recent Facebook note.

"What we need to do is start with a commander in chief who understands and acknowledges the evil in these Islamic extremist beliefs," Palin said.

Palin stood firm and reminded everyone that these extreme Islamists are willing to kill innocent people, citing the terrorist attack at Fort Hood and the underwear bomber--events that might not immediately be recognized as terrorist attacks. Palin said, "We must be committed to victory in this war in defeating those who are hellbent on defeating us and America."

Palin launched her Facebook missile at the Obama administration and didn't hold back any punches stating how Obama's national security is fatally flawed. Palin elaborated on that in the interview and reminded Americans that we can't give up and back off on our criticism. "Politically how we can correct some of the errors that have been made in this lack of acknowledgement of what the war on terror actually means," Palin said, "is we can fire our public servants who don't get it."

Listen to the interview below to hear what else the former Governor had to say on such issues as her reaction to the Christmas Eve vote, death panels, sweetheart deals, and how true change can occur in 2010. . .

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