AS SEEN ON "THE O'REILLY FACTOR, JANUARY 12, 2010
SARAH PALIN: There is an obvious disconnect between President Obama and the White House, what they are doing to our economy and what they are doing in terms of not allowing Americans to feel as safe as we had felt. And [now] people [are] finally saying, "You know, this is not the representative form of government that we thought that we had voted in." After a year of time, people are saying, "No, we want the White House -- we want President Obama to hear from us. We want these common sense solutions with health care, with jobs, with the economy, with the War on Terror to be implemented so we can get back on the right track."
Sarah Palin first made history on December 4, 2006, when she was sworn in as the first female and youngest governor of Alaska. In August 2008, Senator John McCain tapped Palin to serve as his vice-presidential running mate in his presidential campaign, making her the first woman to run on the Republican Party's presidential ticket.