Sarah Palin to Obama: 'The Train Is Leaving the Station'

Tuesday, 02 Nov 2010 09:13 PM

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Former GOP vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin told Fox News Tuesday night that voters are sending President Barack Obama a message that he and his supporters should carefully heed.

palin,gop,tea,party,reaction,landslide,democratsReacting to the early GOP wave on Election Night, Palin said: "The train is leaving the station and [Obama's] colleagues and his supporters can jump on that train, but it's headed in another direction. And that direction is going to be one of a more conservative bent."

Palin also dismissed the accusation from the GOP establishment that her endorsement of defeated GOP Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell in Delaware may cost Republicans an opportunity to capture the Senate.

Said Palin, "I look forward to [former Bush strategist] Karl Rove and others looking at what CNN and other networks are reporting: That exit polling is showing even [GOP Rep.] Mike Castle would have lost in deep-blue Delaware."


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