Theodore's World: Sean Hannity Interview With Gov. Sarah Palin

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September 17, 2008

Sean Hannity Interview With Gov. Sarah Palin

Gov. Sarah Palin interview with Sean Hannity tonight.

Time: 9:00 p.m. EST

Fox News channel

Hannity and Colmes show

Interview: from healthcare, energy and the exonomy to her strategy to face off in the debates.


There is also this happening tonight ...........

I have never done Live Stream video before so I have way of leltting you know how it works. I would imagine one would just go to the link when it is time and just watch it live as it is happening.
Maybe the networks will cut to it during their regular programing on TV I am not sure. But the Live Stream is what has been recommneded to see it for sure.

Please join John McCain and Sarah Palin for a Straight Talk Town Hall Meeting in Grand Rapids, MI.

Grand Rapids, MI Straight Talk Town Hall Meeting on September 17th

Sen. John McCain and Sarah Palin in a Townhall Meeting

4:30 PM to 10:30 PM
Address: Grand Rapids, MI


Live Video Stream

I just checked at the Live Stream site and it says it begins at 7:00 p.m. EST

Posted by Wild Thing at September 17, 2008 03:08 PM


WT - Thanks! This is great. Watching the Town Hall meeting now. This is a good view of an executive team in action as McCain and Palin answer the audience questions.

Barack Obama and Joe Biden tried this Town Hall format too. You can see how it worked out for them at:

I need to figure out where the schedule is for posting "Watch John McCain and Governor Sarah Palin live at events on the campaign trail."

Posted by: Les at September 17, 2008 07:32 PM

Just finished watching. Both answered questions very well. It seems like Sarah is a calm natural. I can see why Obama does not want to face them in townhall meetings.

Posted by: TomR at September 17, 2008 07:53 PM

Waiting for O'Reilly to finish and Palin/Hannity to come on. After the events of this week I want to see McCain separate himself from Bush. Or better yet walk away and let Palin have it. Maybe that Democrat woman who came over could run with her.

I voted for Eisenhower in 1956 and every Republican since and stood in the rain and snow at the polls all those Novembers to see a Republican President nationalize private companies?

We laughed at Dems for calling O the Messiah. Do we now think that Sarah Palin will work miracles to undo everything that Clinton and Bush have done to create this cesspool?

I have lived too long.

Posted by: Horace at September 17, 2008 08:52 PM

Horace does this mean you will vote for Ho-bama ?

Its like Illegal Immigration, they say well you can't deport them all, yeah true, but if you deport just one that's a start.

If Sarah Palin can pressure to change, chop a few democrats off at the knees and some republicans too, again thats a start. It is better than doing nothing at all it's better than what we got now.

I don't know if she can work miracles or not but it would be refreshing to see Harry Reid get his ass kicked, along with the rest ot those arrogant bastards who think nothing of spending my money to bail out people who didn't deserve a loan in the first place and just won't pay their mortgage because they think it is owed to them for some stupid reason. Sounds to me Horace, you have developed a cynical spirit, so be it, so be miserable. But she has energized the base and people feel like we actually have a party again, ala Ronald Reagan.

And that is what I am excited about.

And Biden, had better make sure the hair plugs are glued in extra tite because she will kick his ass. And if he tries his arrogant condescending attitude with Sarah Palin, she will hand him his head...

Posted by: Mark at September 17, 2008 09:46 PM

Oh an addendum: She will hand him his head without the plugs.

Posted by: Mark at September 17, 2008 09:48 PM

Of course I won't vote for Obama, but I may be back to writing in Ron Paul. I had Tom Tancredo as a backup and now it looks like he's in the tank with the Colorado oil and gas producers who buy drugs and hookers for the watchdogs in Lakewood. None of the Colorado House members on the House committee could remember the meeting in 2007 where the investigator told them of the corruption out here.

I really don't know how the President of the Senate can make a big difference except in tie votes and that won't happen with a Democrat Senate. The debates will be forgotten come January. I'd still rather see her as President and McCain as Veep. Call me senile, I guess. And cynical too. Thank Bush for that.

Posted by: Horace at September 17, 2008 10:23 PM

Les, I got to see it too and they both did good. I liked the way McCain asked for the Veterans to stand up and then he applauded all of them.
I think he picked that idea up from Palin because she has been doing that. He is learning from her which is great. I think they will be a good team, even if they do have some differences.

We are blessed he picked Sarah or we would be sunk and stuck for sure with the evil Obama.

Posted by: Wild Thing at September 17, 2008 11:37 PM

Tom, I agree, she is a natural at all of this. Obama has to be seething when he sees this happening, and he must be watching it just to check it out hoping she would do badly and she never does. She cares and is real and it shows.

Posted by: Wild Thing at September 17, 2008 11:41 PM

Horace I am sorry you feel that way. You have not lived too long, you have experienced a lot through the years and had a lot of promises made to you as a voter and lots of disappoints, I understand that.

But try never to give up.

Palin is not going to be able to fix everything and as VP she will be held back.... but and the but is huge...... But she will influence and she is now, she is an influence on McCain, in her own way. She will influence others as well I truly believe this. And she will be in the position to one day run for President which is also a blessing from God.

We would be doomed if it was McCain and a liberal or rino. But there is such a marvelous hope and future now with Sarah Palin being on the ticket.

Even President Bush for me is not the worst we have had. He did some good things and yes some bad things. He was a rino and I hated the part of him that has been rino. But if we had Gore or Kerry in the two terms Bush ran we would have a been even worse off then having a rino in Bush. So even with that I thank God that Bush was President and not Gore or Kerry.

Even now with McCain some of the things he has said are good and he is strong about them. Even his being a rino is better then Obama.

Then I will always be grateful to McCaiin for his never giving up wanting the Surge. It has saves soooo many of our soldiers lives by what they surge has done. That is so huge and the thanks goes to McCain for knowing that was what as needed and because he is a maverick he never gave up making it happen. He was attacked for that too by people on both sides of the isle.

The illegals well that was the same thing with Bush and I knew Bush was pro illegals before his first term and I still voted for him and prayed and hoped we could stop him. We did too, twice we stopped the amnesty with lots of work from thousands of us to tell them how we felt. Can we keep stopping them, I doubt it, but we can't throw in the towell. Like Mark said even if one is sent back it is a start it is one less illegal.

I am so excited about this election, almost like I felt when Reagan was the candidate. The way McCain handled that Saddleback debate night was awesome, and yes I know he was not asked the questions I disagree with him about, but wow the ones I did agree with him he came out hitting home runs every time he spoke. That night I will never forget.

Our government is a mess, it is corrupt and both parties are to blame, dems being far worse, but still both corrupt. They were given a gift from our votes and our Founding Fathers how they set things up and the ones we have all voted in over the years have made a mess of it. But we are not a third world country yet so there is still hope.

The biggest thing I had to accept just for me was to realize there is nothing I can do about the world including the USA being global. I hate that but if it was done my way we would be isolationists and like my husband has explained to me that will never work in the world we live in now. So there are some things that no one can change, but for me I have to keep trying to keep it a slow pace into the land of socialism/communism like the dems want us to wrap our arms around and with God on our side we might be able to never ever be a socialist country.

Look at Florida where I am, we have a bunch of rinos in office from the Gov. Crist down and it makes me sick. I just can't give up though no matter what.

Thanks for sharing Horace how you feel and your thoughts.

It is good to discuss these things,I hope the enthusiam is contageous and you too can feel a peace about voting for the ticket Palin is on even if she is not running for President.

Posted by: Wild Thing at September 18, 2008 12:19 AM

Mark, I agree so much. I feel the same way, I am thrilled and have tons of energy again.

giggle I would love to see that with Reid too.

Posted by: Wild Thing at September 18, 2008 12:24 AM

Well good Horacel. Your not voting for obama. But a write in that makes perfect sense. another vote for obama.

If you are angry now and cynical wait til obama takes over. you think you know your country, after Obama you wont' recognise it in 4 years.

Posted by: Mark at September 18, 2008 07:32 AM

I don't think anyone can fix this mess quickly, especially with this current congress. They need voted out. I wish they had term limits and way less perks. They don't do ANYTHING but vote themselves pay raises and put out bullshit legislation they know won't pass.

I hope some of the do nothing dems get voted out in November, and do nothing repubs for that matter, as well. I'm sick of them.

On another note, did anyone else catch Sarah saying she went as Tina Fey for Halloween once? As in "I mocked you before you mocked me, Tina". lol...she cracks me up

Posted by: Eden at September 18, 2008 04:11 PM

Ron Paul/Bob Barr/Tom Tancredo all have some great ideas...but they won't get in this year. My first choice was Huckabee, but I'm confident in this team. I'm so worried about this socialist fraud getting in and our mounting economic problems, I have to trust they'll do the right thing. Not sure I would feel that way if he'd picked Romney or the Minnesota guy. (can't remember names...argh)

Posted by: Eden at September 18, 2008 04:18 PM

Hello Wildthing,
I know that a lot of people are mad at Bush,but hey,if everone stop and think,who made this mess that we have now,think real hard,yes goodoldboy "Bill" and congress,stone wall ever thing,this congress will go down in the book as the donotcongress,Obama is not a Amercan,there is a lawsuit on going to show that and I hope they made it before Nov. 4.

Posted by: Edward L. Mc Intosh at September 20, 2008 07:27 AM