Thursday, August 18, 2011

Palin Talks With Lou Dobbs (Video); Update

I believe this is the first time she has been interviewed by Dobbs. Great interview!

In case you missed it, Palin spoke with Megyn Kelly earlier. In the second half of the interview they spoke at length about the current GOP field of candidates. Palin disclosed that she has spoken to multiple individuals who are still contemplating a run for the White House. I suspect that Rudy Giuliani is one of them. I wonder who the others are?

Update: She also spoke with Greta Van Susteren today. The full video is HERE

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Ohio JOE said...

Great post! Hold down the fort RW while I am away.

Anonymous said...

But why is she worried about looking and talking to individuals contemplating a run? If you think you can win, announce already and screw the rest.Enough of this let me see whos going to run, who will flop, who can i beat, who will be tough for me blah blah blah....Announce and join the fight but stop teasing your fans when your really not running.

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

I agree. Enough of the teasing.

Palin really needs a speech coach. There's nothing wrong with it, even her hero Margaret Thatcher used one.

For instance, she needs to train herself to say certain words right such as field, rather than filled. Real, rather than rill. This would go a long way to helping her sound more credible.

Women have a problem sounding shrill, and Palin does as well. She didn't in this interview, but she does in speeches. If she runs, she'd do well to consider using a coach, and it would not take away from her authenticity at all.


Right Wingnut said...


I think Mitt sstruggles with some words too...economy..government...federal...

Those are just a few words that come to mind. I'm sure you'll disagree, but it's something I've noticed every time I've listened to him.

Anonymous said...

romney/palin would make a good pair, too bad too many idiots dont see it like i do. romney/palin 2012

Anonymous said...

Anon, I don't think Mitt would go for the drama.


Anonymous said...


Those lame insults would go better if you knew how to spell. It is spelled isn't NOT isent. A dictionary is your friend genius.

Anonymous said...

Putting all other issues aside, I always think that if we put up a Romney/Palin ticket or maybe even a Romney/Bachmann ticket, the Democrats will call it the Ken/Barbie ticket. The implications of such a nickname are pretty huge. It is a real concern to me.