Sideline Sarah Takes Shots At Mitt

For someone who refused to be serious and take the Next Big Step, Palin sure has a big mouth

(Big Government) Former Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin has called for Gov. Mitt Romney to release his tax returns, as well as the data that could substantiate his claim of having created 100,000 jobs as CEO of Bain Capital.

Romney has resisted releasing his tax returns, and his campaign has thus far refused to provide the hard proof to back up his claims about Bain.

“Governor Romney has claimed to have created 100,000 jobs at Bain, and people are wanting to know: is there proof?” Palin told Sean Hannity on Fox News.

Rick Tyler, former Gingrich aide and head of Newt Gingrich’s Super PAC, has already accused Romney of having created those 100,000 jobs in Asia and Mexico. Earlier this week, Big Government pointed out that Romney’s claim to have created 100,000 jobs contrasts with claims he made during his 1994 U.S. Senate campaign, when he claimed to have created 10,000 jobs at Bain. Romney retired from Bain Capital in 1999.

She’s basically echoing the Newt attacks. Husband Todd endorsed Newt, and I’m betting Sarah Half Term is on the same wave-length. Of course, it’s easy for her to sit back and continue to attempt to play king maker when she has nothing on the line. She was vital for the 2010 midterms, but, her 15 minutes is over

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4 Responses to “Sideline Sarah Takes Shots At Mitt”

  1. Mike says:

    Nice work Sarah, your President thanks you

  2. david7134 says:

    Newt is out of the race. There is no way for him to recover. The guy has shown that he is nuts, he needs to shut up and move on. I am still for Paul, but would take Mit over Obama any day.

  3. Word says:

    Sarah Palin quit as governor cause it was too hard.

    They were being mean to her.

    I do not have a whole lot of use for Palin. I think the left has come to realize that she is nothing to fear……only someone to laugh at…..I think the right is picking up on this as well.

    Im not sure what her game is but whatever it is…..she has over played her hand and politics is not Texas Hold’em.

    You never count your money before the playin’s done and thats just what she did……shes been counting her money and milking her role and its gotten her onto not only the left’s hit list but now the right is losing its enamor with her as well.

    She just didnt know when to hold’em or know when to fold em……all she did was walk away and run.

  4. I used to be a big fan, but once she truly bailed after all the hemming and thawing, she lost my support.

    And, yup, glad she can help out Obama with the talking points

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