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Palin Previews Tonight's CPAC Speech

Via Mediaite:
Ahead of her closing address at the Conservative Political Action Conference Saturday, Sarah Palin went on Fox News with Greta Van Susteren to preview what she plans to say to the conservative crowd. She promised an “optimistic” message that looks to this year’s midterm elections as a positive opportunity for the right. Palin argued that Obamacare does not need to be “fixed” but should be fully repealed, saying, “it needs to be killed now.” She criticized the majority of Republicans for failing to defund the law. “They balked,” she said, citing only Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and a handful of others who “stood strong on what they had at their fingertips to defund.” Later, Palin weighed in the media’s reluctance to give her credit for anticipating Vladimir Putin’s move into Ukraine. Despite her current media tour, she said there will be “no victory lap” because “you don’t interrupt someone when they are in the process of destroying their own credibility.”

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