Sarah Palin said Mitt Romney is a better choice for Americans than the re-election of President Barack Obama.
“Anybody but Obama,” Palin, the former Alaska governor who was the Republican candidate for vice president in 2008, said in an interview on NBC’s “Today” show, where she is serving as a guest host today. “America would be better off with any of them,” referring to all four of the Republican candidates. While not endorsing the former Massachusetts governor, Palin said Romney “does obviously seem to be the front-runner.”
She also said the U.S. economy may be improving “for those on Wall Street” but “not for the millions still unemployed.”
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