The 2008 GOP vice presidential candidate said that Romney has the right message, but he needs to work on how he delivers it. Regarding Romney's comment about attracting conservatives ("I'm not going to set my hair on fire."), Gov. Palin said many in the conservative base would respond, "Well, set our hair on fire, then."
Asked about the media practice of oversampling Democrats when conducting opinion polls, Sarah Palin called it "par for the course" and predicted that the media would use the same tactics it employed in 2008 by covering for and promoting Obama. The governor said it was "no surprise" that Obama just "makes things up" because the media lets him get away with it by refusing to vet him thoroughly.
The tea party favorite predicted that Romney would more than likely "play it safe" with his selection of a running mate so that the media can't do to his vice presidential choice what it did to her in 2008.
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