Governor Palin on Hannity: “A Boiled Egg is Hard to Beat” – Video

Sarah Palin: Steal Sharpening Steal

Governor Palin appeared on Hannity on FoxNews on Tuesday evening, explaining why she thinks this process of vetting is far from over.  Hannity asked her a number of pointed questions, on a variety of topic revolving around the primary season, including whether the process should end soon, since it seems they’re damaging one another more than the President.  She answered with a play on words:

“A boiled egg is hard to beat.”

Asked about the possibility of a brokered convention, she made it perfectly clear as to whether she thought she would have any role in it when Hannity asked about her willingness to step forward:

 

“The establishment will never come to me, I know that for a fact.”

They discussed the attacks coming at Rick Santorum, and went on to explain that people should stand with Santorum on the question of good and evil in this world.  More, she stressed the very topic she’s discussed before, and I have explained at length in these pages about the direct link between our economy and the availability of energy resources, and how the lack of the latter throttles the former.  You can watch the video here:

 

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6 Responses to Governor Palin on Hannity: “A Boiled Egg is Hard to Beat” – Video

  1. smitch61 says:

    “The establishment will never come to me, I know that for a fact.”

    That is one of the reasons they can no longer come to me for money.

  2. eyetooth tom says:

    As for Palin's willingness to step in, she can, she should, as far as I'm concerned she certainly may. She's playing her hand now,,, she know's when to hold them, knows when to fold them, knows when to walk away, knows when to run. She may end up one day singing "I shot the sheriff" (establishment) .

  3. eyetooth tom says:

    'nother long day. Hard boiled egg not usually swallowed whole. Usually sliced and deviled (called salad egg by some not wanting to acknowledge "devil", that's ok). But allows one to salt and pepper or other seasonings of their choosing. Election will allow us to apply a little seasoning to political situation…house and senate it not OWH, occupy white house. Still there is hope for change.

    • eyetooth tom says:

      Meant IF not OWH, not it. Also like a little real bacon bits in my salad eggs. If you get my gist.
      Sorry to be so often in posting…but 7am to 2 pm is all I could do. I'm off work today.