HANNITY: How does A&E -- do you see a way for them to get out of this, considering the pressure they're getting from GLAAD and now, obviously, Christian conservatives have engaged in this battle?
PALIN: Well, A&E can do one of two things. They can either succumb to the thought police and chicken out, and you know, not allow freedom of speech, especially a guy's personal opinion that he's voicing. Or they can try something that's just a little bit brave, and that is to acknowledge for all the world to hear that, hey, even Christians have a voice that deserves to be heard. And there can be debate on television. A&E has a choice here.
HANNITY: You know, Governor, there's one great thing about America and television in particular and radio in particular. If you don't like it, you can actually change the dial. There's only one exception, this show. That's the only one you're not allowed to tune out.
PALIN: That's right. And hey, you know, our new show that's coming out on Sportsman's Channel, I think was thinking about that this morning, too. Maybe "Duck Dynasty" needs to scoot on over to...
HANNITY: There you go.
PALIN: ... that new network to chart (ph) some things up there. And I'm sure they'd be welcomed with open arms.
HANNITY: Governor, you want to create a huge controversy, talk about religion, I guess. But great to see you. Merry Christmas, Governor. And all the best to you and your family.
PALIN: Merry Christmas. Thank you so much.
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