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GRETA VAN SUSTEREN, FOX NEWS HOST: The Obama administration is launching a public relations blitz and you're going to pay for t. The $20 million PR campaign will promote "ObamaCare" specifically to encourage to you stay healthy. That's right!
And here's something else to think about. They are spending taxpayer millions, 20 of them, in fact, to promote the law that the Supreme Court could in about four weeks declare unconstitutional.
Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin joins us. Good evening, Governor.
Good evening back at ya, Greta.
VAN SUSTEREN: I'm very well. Governor, I'm always in favor of smart expenditures, but right now, the government's -- at least, there's a new contract by HHS to help explain and promote the new health care, including telling the American people to stay healthy, about the president's -- about the "Obama care," and that statute could -- don't know -- be declared unconstitutional in four weeks, so perhaps they should wait.
But I'm curious, your position.
Well just the stupidest thing I've ever heard from those elite Obama Thugs!
VAN SUSTEREN: Well, I would -- I would prefer if they waited until the Supreme Court made its decision because if the decision is to keep the statute, that's one thing, versus if they ended up tossing it out in whole or part, we may have spent the $20 million all for naught.
But let me tell you another thing about this, is that I have your letter dated today, May 22nd, and it is written to the honorable Kathleen Sebelius, who is the -- who's in the cabinet. She is secretary of HHS. And it was signed -- and it was sent by Rob Portman, a senator, Republican senator from Ohio, and he's on the subcommittee on contracting oversight.
And in his letter, he says, "On February 28th, as part of the subcommittee on contracting oversight's ongoing oversight efforts, Senator Claire McCaskill," which I want to point out is a Democrat, so this is bipartisan -- "and I," meaning Senator -- Senator Rob Portman, "requested basic information about HHS contracts for the acquisitions of public relations, publicity, advertising or similar services from fiscal year 2008 to the present. The subcommittee," and this is a bipartisan request, "asked for a response by March 16th from Secretary Sebelius from HHS" -- and still has received absolutely nothing from the HHS, nothing from the secretary, didn't even bother, and it's a -- finally, we have bipartisanship in this city, and it gets blown off by the secretary!
Oh yes, yes and well yes too, in those efforts of bipartisanship coming from Barack who has done nothing to get the job done for the People.
ABO this next go around election time, Greta.
VAN SUSTEREN: You know, it -- but it's -- you know, it's -- it's also rude! I mean, it's, like, you know, here's a letter from a Republican senator and a Democratic senator to a cabinet officer about very important issues which result in millions and millions of taxpayers' money being spent, and no reply letter, and it's, like, you know, two months later. You would think that the secretary could at least say to an assistant, Could you -- could you write these two senators, Republican and Democrat, and tell them I'll get back to them when I can. I'm swamped. But (INAUDIBLE) falls into a dark hole and just absolutely nothing! But anyway...
You know why he gets away with it, Greta? Why he gets away with it, Greta? Do you know why, Greta? Why this President gets away with it? They are RUDE! It's the Lame Stream Media, his lapdogs always on his side. They were never on my side Greta.
I'll tell you what, Greta....
VAN SUSTEREN: All right, let me move on to the vice president. He says that the Tea Party -- he's giving a speech today on economics, part of a campaign speech, and he said this about the Tea Party. He says, "Imagine where we would be if the Tea Party hadn't taken control of the House of Representatives. A group (ph), they're honorable people, but a group set on obstructionalism. They have an overwhelming goal, prevent Barack Obama from a second term."
Let's talk about this obstructionalism. Is that what this is about? Is that -- obviously, I know that you're a fan of the Tea Party, but what's your response to the vice president on behalf of the Tea Party?
Well, this Vice President O'Biden now he is outta touch with our Tea Party Movement putting us on that road, Greta, the road to financial doom and bankrupts. That road, Greta.
But anyway, let me ask you, talking about the Tea Party -- down in Texas, there's an interesting sort of faceoff between Governor Sarah Palin and Governor Rick Perry. You have both endorsed two different candidates in the primary for the U.S. Senate, Republican primary. Governor Perry has endorsed David Dewhurst, and you've endorsed Ted Cruz. And sort of interesting, you're coming off a big win in Nebraska with endorsing a Tea Party candidate, Ms. Fischer.
I'm curious, what's going on down in Texas? Who's going to win, you or Governor Perry on this endorsement?
Oh Texas and America will win with Ted Cruz being elected. People have understood there, those Texans from Texas, Greta we need good solid red American NEW blood there in Washington D.C.
Let me tell you, well I'll announce here first, Greta my newest endorsement is for Senator Orrin Hatch from Utah. What a great state! and he can balance that fiscal budget.
You know, he's part of that 1% that believe I should be reelected as Governor because I got in there and dug my feet following the live fish flowing against those Good ole Boys and you know Greta.. what I did there, also, and too......
VAN SUSTEREN: Well, I think Senator Hatch will be very happy to learn that. That's a surprise. I didn't know that was coming, so it's interesting endorsement tonight.
Let me turn to one last issue, and that's the great state of Wisconsin, not to be confused with the great state of Alaska, but the great state of Wisconsin, the recall election. Your thoughts about that?
Well, Walker is a Fiscal Conservative understanding austerity, audaciousness, audio/video, autographs and balancing budgets there and turning a deficit into a surplus for that private sector and the umbrella of Job Creation that I tried to tell 50 something Katie Couric.
VAN SUSTEREN: I'm about go back in time in 2008 -- and you probably remember this better than I do -- President Obama won that state of Wisconsin by 12 or 14 points. Do you see this June 5th recall in Wisconsin, with the governor, as a hint as to what's going to come in November? Because that's one of the those swing states and everyone's sort of curious which way Wisconsin's going to go.
Ain't that a great question, Greta! What's going on there in the state of Wisconsin is like ground zero, sort of with this recall effort and union THUGS going all ballistic over the promises of that dueling dualistic governor
VAN SUSTEREN: Governor, thank you. Hope to see you soon.
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