Hey … when was the last time they paid for gas?

Great interview last night from Glenn Beck with Sarah Palin. Thanks to Hot Air for pointing it out. This was what I considered to be the best part of the interview. Beck believes politicians are out of touch with regular Americans and puts a simple question to Palin. Palin’s response is on the mark and in stark contrast to the elitists who now rule this country.


Now watch this video clip of Tom Brokaw. My guess is its not just politicians who are out of touch.


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Jim Vicevich

Jim is a veteran broadcaster and conservative/libertarian blogger with more than 25 years experience in TV and radio. Jim's was the long-term host of The Jim Vicevich Show on WTIC 1080 in Hartford from 2004 through 2019. Prior to radio, Jim worked as a business and financial reporter for NBC30 - the NBC owned TV station in Hartford - and as business editor at WFSB-TV in Hartford for 14 years while earning six Emmy nominations and three Telly Awards.

1 Comment

  1. Dimsdale on January 20, 2009 at 1:30 pm

    She is right on, and looks pretty fine with her hair down!

    It is real easy to say that everyone should pay more for gas when it represents such a tiny part of your income, that you would need an electron microscope to see it!  For the rest of us, $4.oo/gallon ($5/gallon for Diesel) is a real hit in the pocketbook, and directly contributed to the economic collapse.  Reinstating such a level for fuel will put a gun to the head of our economy, which is essentially subsidized by lower taxed fuel.   Last summer clearly demonstrated that drivers will give up other things to keep driving, which directly whacks our economy.

    Are they really so oblivious that they can't even see this fundamental truth?  (that's a rhetorical question….  😉  )

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