Write-up in WND for Jackson:
"I trust Sarah Palin," said Jackson, who will be taking part in WND's upcoming "Taking America Back" national conference in Miami. "People make fun of her because they're afraid of her, because she's honest. Wow! What a new concept! An honest politician. I love her..."
Jackson also has high praise for Glenn Beck of both TV and radio fame.
"I made a bumper sticker and put it on my car and I drive around in Hollywood with this huge Glenn Beck sign," she explained. "I don't get the finger. I get a few thumbs-up once in a while actually when I'm on the outskirts of L.A."
"People like me, we took our freedom for granted, because I was raised with it," Jackson, 50, said. "They even prayed in my public high school ... and I took it for granted that I could say what I want and believe in God and all that."
Jackson, who noted she had never been involved in politics before Obama was elected, told Klein, "I don't really care about little things, but this is a big thing!"
"This is changing us from capitalists and freedom to communists, and I'm still in shock that more people aren't waking up..."
"I'm very proud that I was one of the first who was brave enough to tell the truth," she said. "It's kind of like 'The Emperor's New Clothes.' It's like it takes an airhead to say, 'Look, the emperor's naked!' You know what I'm saying?"
Jackson said because the federal government is now controlling so much, "We're definitely kind of socialist, but I'm hoping that in the election in November, we can flip the House and repeal Obamacare because that is a piece of frightening garbage. It's horrible!"
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