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Hi everybody I'm David -- thank you for joining us kicking off tonight.
The big winner last night wasn't on the ballot but she will be on -- -- just a few minutes.
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin endorsed four candidates in yesterday's primary.
Three of the four either one or moved on to a runoff now some of those endorsements caused a little backlash when she first announcer because.
They work officially approved by the Tea -- in fact California senate candidate Carly Fiorina is.
Was actually opposed by chuck DeVore who had a strong Tea Party following.
Democrats in the mainstream media been salivating for months at the notion that the Tea Party could divide Republicans but.
Governor Palin strategy is to expand the Republican Party not divided.
Her -- include all kinds of folks from her grizzly Mamas to -- libertarian Rand Paul to the more moderate Carly Fiorina.
Like Ronald Reagan she is trying to expand the party into a Big -- a big -- but.
But one that stands firm on a few very basic principles.
Here's how she put it on scoreboard a couple of weeks ago.
A variety of background a variety of Bob.
Credentials someone would bring.
It when they're seeking my endorsement I'm happy to -- it it all comes down to build their understanding of our constitution and understanding of those things that created this country that built it into the most generous prosperous -- -- safest country on earth.
Matter of formula appears to be working showing that she has a lot more political acumen and critics on either the -- or -- -- give her credit for.
The real divisive party at the moment appears to be the Democrats who like.
Eat it looks like they're eating their own right now as we mentioned last night the youth vote alone is deserting ship only 46%.
Of the voters under thirty who voted for Obama say they would vote for him again.
Their enthusiasm for Obama's been tempered by the fact that a lot of them don't have jobs.
The unemployment rate is 20% -- a ball for teens and young adults.
Also the prospect of paying hefty fines for not having health insurance -- young folks.
Almost never want or need.
They have discovered that a government heavy command economy.
Forces you to do things that you don't want to do in short young people are realizing that they are more libertarian.
Than they are liberal.
On the other side both -- far left and the Hispanic voters don't like Obama's face to the right.
We talked yesterday about the far -- try to push Pelosi and Obama even further off the socialist cliff.
But -- Hispanic vote may be an even bigger worry Obama's approval among Hispanics who think he's too tough on immigration.
Has fallen from a high of 69%.
Down to 57%.
Our -- neither the far left door open border Hispanics will ever vote Republican.
But they may stayed home up during the next election and that could cost the Democrats big time in --
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