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Say this for Greta Van Susteren: she was earnestly asking Sarah Palin if she had a serious alternative proposal to create jobs. But the former Alaska governor preferred to deliver her own script about the President's yawn-inducing State of the Union address. "His theme last night was wtf, winning the future," Palin remarked (via Politico). "I thought, okay, that acronym--spot on. There were a lot of wtf moments throughout that speech." Greta, for her part, just ignored the joke and continued on the refrain of a practical solution to job creation. Eventually, Palin gets around to answering the question:


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