I “watched” this interview that Sarah Palin had with Bill O’Reilly when I was working out on Friday, but didn’t have any sound so watched it again online tonight.

So how a “President Palin” would solve the immigration crisis – secure the border with as many National Guard troops it would take to get the job done.  Make those here illegally register, and those who don’t comply will automatically be deported.

Obviously it isn’t a topic you can fully hash out in five minutes, but the initial steps are not rocket science and the Obama administration has done very little.

They talked about “Mama Grizzlies” and that conversation is based on a recent video that Sarah PAC released:

4 comments
  1. Bilious Bill has displayed envy & resentment of Sarah Palin ever since she joined FOX, and appeared on “Hannity” first. He is a coward with a big ego. Gov. Palin has the answers for our nation’s problems.

  2. O’Reilly decimated her; I hear she left Fox studios pretty angry and flustered. Must be hard when your former supporters start to realize what a joke you are.

    1. First off you obviously didn’t watch the video – she wasn’t decimated. It really wasn’t contentious. Proof that your comment is asinine and that you are just a troll is that she did this via remote feed from her home in Alaska.

      It must be hard when you don’t have your facts straight.

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