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Sarah Palin: "WTF Moments" Throughout President Obama's Speech

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Jan. 27 2011, Published 3:34 p.m. ET

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President Obama delivered his State of the Union Speech on Tuesday night and since then everyone has been sharing their opinions about what he said. So what does Sarah Palin have to say about the speech? "WTF."

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Sarah spoke with Fox News host Greta Van Susteren on the show On the Record yesterday.

"I'm very well, but there are a lot of Americans aren't. They need jobs. What are we going to do about jobs?" Greta asked Sarah. "Do you have an idea that's any way different from what the president said last night because we're looking for all options?"

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"Well, speaking of last night, that was a tough speech to have to sit through and kind of try to stomach because the president is so off base in his ideas on how it is that he believes the government is going to create jobs," Sarah said. "Obviously, government growth won't create any jobs. It's the private sector that can create the jobs."

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And then Sarah said this little gem!

"And his theme last night in the Speaker of the House was the "WTF," you know, "Winning the Future." she explained. "And I thought, "OK, that acronym, spot on." There were a lot of "WTF" moments throughout that speech, namely, when he made the statement, Greta, that he believed that we can't allow ourselves to, I guess, eventually become buried under a mountain of debt. That right there tells you he is so disconnected from reality!"

"The problem is, we are buried under a mountain of debt, and jobs cannot be created by the private sector," she continued. "We cannot grow and thrive and prosper as a nation when we are buried under this $14 trillion debt."

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