Palin To Romney: Don’t Hold Back Information On Obama Like We Did
Sean Hannity, FOX News: Governor, as you have spoken and have reflected back on the 2008 campaign and you have spoken out about it. You felt that really the McCain-Palin ticket was too easy on Barack Obama. We are 140 days out of this election. What would be your advice if Governor Romney is watching or listening tonight or his campaign what is your advice this time around?
Sarah Palin: Don't do what we did in holding back information that the people deserve to hear. And it wasn't Senator McCain who chose to hold back information regarding a sitting [U.S.] Senator who was running for President, the highest office in the land, and his voting record and his statements and his past associations and present associations and his pals.
You cannot hold back vetted information that is so necessary in order for the electorate to make a good decision. We are finding so much now about now President Barack Obama and his past and present associations with anti-American, shoot, Marxist professors who he sought out proudly and aggressively sought out to learn from.
We learned so much now about who and what shaped President Barack Obama and some of these socialist ideas of his and -- they failed in other countries and they will fail here in this country. We find out about those, Sean, today and now it is too late, four years later. For Governor Romney and for his staff that needs to be very, very aggressive and not hold back on information that they will uncover we need to make sure in fairness to the electorate that they are given all of the information.