Governor Sarah Palin spoke on Monday night with Greta Van Susteren on the FoxNews Channel. The conversation focused on the GOP primary race, and the manner by which the various campaigns have been approaching the contest.  She discussed how to a certain degree how the candidates are damaging one another, but not laying a glove on Barack Obama.  She points out that at the end of the race, this must be the focus.  She also addressed the lack of enthusiasm:

Like many conservatives, she likes Ron Paul’s approach to budget-slashing, but she remains cautious about his foreign policy agenda.  At the same time, she had nice things to say about all of the candidates, but she was clearly warmer toward some than others. She also mentioned Gingrich’s clear superiority in debates, and also repeated the notion that Obama wants to face Romney in November.

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