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Now former Alaska governor Sarah -- so governor let's start with this what's going on with the Republican Party.
I did think it was interesting ideas like the back and -- at first.
I'm starting to get worried are you.
You know these last couple of days as I'm watch teen the media the progress as the Democrats.
Obvious -- which meant to have the GOP as I'm watching them try to not just crucify one of the candidates Newt Gingrich but actually -- -- Yes I'm getting a little bit worried because there -- some history being re written that isn't -- to the electorate.
Did the other day you were talking and about the fact that in fact it was before the South Carolina primary.
And you were talking about the fact that -- nukes is.
You know when a guy that you might you don't date they should probably not be so tough on.
Are you are you supporting Newt Gingrich is that was or was it just you wanted to see.
More of debate between all the candidates which is it.
They should be -- on -- and they should be very tough on Romney also and didn't Santorum and Ron Paul.
A bit tougher in these debates and in their forums on the main thing the main thing is Barack Obama and our desires and our need to replace him -- his failed socialist ideas -- -- they need to be.
They need to be tough on.
Everybody but no what I said before Florida was that the process of this -- needs to continue because the GOP had better not make the same mistake.
That the country made in allowing Barack Obama to be.
That candidate that was not -- look of course quit now we are stock went -- president who believes that government is -- -- search.
And he has no sudden and relentless desire to change anything about government growth.
And dad this quashing of the -- -- -- spirits up.
The United States and our private sector that's a dangerous position that we're in because -- candidate wasn't vetted.
We don't wanna see that happen again so I say allow that getting to continue as long as possible even know I agree with you -- -- it's getting a little bit.
Dangerous bear witness such negativity such -- deception I believe coming out of some of the camps in regards to pointing fingers at one another.
So what what do you do I mean you bit out there you've been a politician for a number of years what how do you how do you.
How do you focus just on the issues and not the personal attacks especially when you have these super pacs and everybody else throwing their their two cents in.
To just focus on what is absolutely necessary and fair to the voters and that is.
The issues and not get into that negativity in the attacks them and the politics of personal destruction because that's sort of the it excepted -- right now politics and that makes me sick and it keeps good people from wanting to be engaged in the process certainly from wanting to run.
But know that that is what these candidates and their staffs must concentrate on what is it that is fair to the voters what do they need to hear they -- here not only somebody's.
Record what they have stood for in the past but what their intentions are in doing.
Four and -- the country in the future.
It is at this politics of personal destruction that we see a being so -- -- played today.
And that's really pathetic it's really sick more than anything though it's unfair to the voters.
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