SEAN HANNITY, HOST: Governor, I've been making a distinction between conservative governors, like Rick Perry, like Rick Scott, like Bobby Jindal, Nikki Haley, John Kasich, Scott Walker, and the success they have had using conservative principles and how they, in every case have taken large deficits and turned them into surpluses. High unemployment, now lower unemployment, by a pretty large degree, but I've not been inspired by Republicans in Washington. You went as far earlier this week and late last week to suggest that if the Republican party doesn't get their act together, you would consider moving third party, explain?
FMR. GOV. SARAH PALIN: Well, if Republicans are going to act like Democrats, then what's the use in getting all gun hoe about getting Republicans in there? We need people who understand the beauty of the value of allowing the free market to thrive, otherwise our country is going to continue to be over-regulated, drive the industry away, driving jobs away. We're going to be a bankrupt, fundamentally transformed country unless those who know what they're doing and aren't going along just to get along with those in power, being today the Democrats, that does no good. So, yeah, if Republicans aren't going to stand strong on the points in our platform, then it does no good to get all enthused about them any more.