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Palin: 'Doesn't Bode Well for Our President's Character to Not Speak Out Against' Maher's 'Dirty Money'

Sarah Palin on Thursday took Barack Obama to task for not telling his Super PAC to return Bill Maher's million dollar donation. Speaking to Fox News's Sean Hannity, the former Alaska Governor said, "It does not bode well for our President's character to not speak out against that dirty money" (video follows with transcript and commentary): SEAN HANNITY, HOST: Now, former vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin is perhaps the most vilified woman in all of politics and despite the relentless barrage of personal attacks that she faces from the President's friends on the left, Governor Palin is among the many outspoken conservative women who Barack Obama is unwilling to defend.
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Palin: Obama Purrin' with Fat Cats Instead of Dealing with Border Crisis, National Security

Politics / US Politics : Big Government (6 months ago)

On Saturday, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin blasted President Barack Obama for caring more about fundraisers with wealthy "fat cats" over the border crisis and national security. Speaking at the Western Conservative Summit in Co... Read Post

Maher Defends Calling Palin C-Word, Says Limbaugh Attacked A ‘Civilian’

News : Mediaite (3 years ago)

Bill Maher spoke with ABC's Jake Tapper about his controversial donation to President Obama's Super PAC despite making obscene remarks about former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin and defended calling her the c-word. "The bit I did abou... Read Post

ROVE: Sarah Palin's Probably Running, Will Have To Announce Next Week

Politics : Business Insider: Politix (3 years ago)

Former Bush advisor Karl Rove says he believes Sarah Palin is more likely to run for president than not. Speaking on Fox News Sunday, Rove said the video released by the former Alaska governor's political action committee on Friday ... Read Post

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