Sarah Palin blasts Barack Obama as “incorrect and disingenuous” on the death panel legislation included in the democrat’s nationalized health care legislation.
The Orlando Sentinel reported, via Free Republic:
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin turns more political in her interview with ABC’s Barbara Walters.
Their chat starts on Tuesday’s “Good Morning America.” Palin’s first interview to promote her book, “Going Rogue,” aired today on “The Oprah Winfrey Show.”
Palin has blasted President Barack Obama’s push for health-care reform by saying the changes would open decisions on the elderly and disabled to “death panels.” Obama has blasted that criticism as “a lie, plain and simple.”
Palin notes that the words “death panels” are not found “in any of those thousands of pages of different variations of the health-care bill.” Yet Palin adds that the president is “incorrect, and he is disingenuous.”
The woman who was John McCain’s running mate last year hails the tea party movement. She says that the McCain campaign was wrong to support the first bailout package.
“That very first bailout, yes. Now we have learned, too, it didn’t fulfill the promises that were made by Congress, and by the White House, that bailing out these businesses that were ‘too big to fail,’ ” Palin said. “That did not put our economy back on the right track. So we learn from our mistakes. The tea party movement, beautiful. It energizes our country. More power to these people who are showing up there.”
Oh no. Barack Obama won’t sleep for a week.