"If I really felt that was there in terms of support, I would be more than willing to serve," Sarah Palin says of running for elected office again
“What it would take would be knowing the American public would be ready for someone going rogue, you know, calling it like they see it, and having the experience that they see could be put to good use in the name of service,” Palin replied. “If I really felt that was there in terms of support, I would be more than willing to serve.”
“And also, living my life, putting it in God’s hands, knowing you just never know what door may be opened,” she continued. “And if the door is open, I’m built to run through it, man. Charge through it.”
“You have to hand it to the man that nobody has to guess whose side he’s on,” she said. “He’s putting his people first and doing the right thing. And I think that maybe some other leaders could kind of learn from some of that, that he is exuding that strength.”
Host Brian Kilmeade noted, “He also assassinates his enemies, so that’s the negative side of him.”
“Exactly. I mean, that why I’m saying: Good, bad or ugly, though, you have to give the man due respect,” Palin replied before working in a dig about President Obama.
“It seems our president is satisfied with what we’re doing, which isn’t enough I’m this close to feeling sorry for our president and his naiveté,” she said.