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9 Sarah Palin Quotes To Remind You Where Her Priorities Lie

Just when you thought you might've seen the last of her, the gun-toting, Tea Party-promoting, marriage equality-opposing former governor of Alaska may have found her way back to the center of national politics. This time around, she's hoping to join President-elect Donald Trump's team, bringing her eclectic voice all the way to the White House. If you've somehow forgotten since 2008, Sarah Palin quotes are enigmatic, blunt, and can be quite entertaining to hear. Some of her most colorful quotes are below — ones that truly run the gamut.

Though Trump's team has yet to comment on Palin's potential role in the administration, it's been reported that Palin wants to be the head of Veterans Affairs. A Facebook post written by Palin confirmed her interest in the position. A loyal Trump supporter, Palin stumped for Trump starting in the spring of his presidential campaign, giving nationwide speeches that, as you might expect, have plenty of priceless soundbites of their own."We should be grateful we'll soon have a commander-in-chief who will champion our vets and honor the promises our nation made [and] ... who promised to drain the swamp and clean up all government corruption... all things our vets and active duty troops deserve," Palin wrote on Facebook.

Buckle up, because you might be hearing from Palin a lot more in the next four years than you have in the past eight. Here's a little refresher on what to look forward to:

"People are looking at Putin as one who wrestles bears and drills for oil. They look at our president as one who wears mom jeans."

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WASHINGTON, DC - SEPTEMBER 26: Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) speaks at the 2014 Values Voter Summit September 26, 2014 in Washington, DC. The Family Research Council (FRC) hosting its 9th annual Values Voter Summit inviting conservatives to participate in a straw poll. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

In a 2014 interview with Sean Hannity, Palin voiced her concern for Russia's strength in comparison to President Obama's "weakness." Her best mode for communicating this idea? Your run-of-the-mill, bear vs. mom jeans comparison.

"Bless their hearts, those haters out there."

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Former US Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin arrives to speak at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) at National Harbor, Maryland, outside Washington, DC on February 26, 2015.

Her equivalent of Nicki Minaj's "shout out to my haters / sorry that you couldn't phase me" was spoken to the Fox Business Network in response to inquiries as to whether Palin would run for office again. "They don’t understand that it invigorates me," she explained.

"I do not like this Uncle Sam. I do not like his health care scam. I do not like these dirty crooks, or how they lie and cook the books."

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NATIONAL HARBOR, MD - MARCH 08: Conservative pundit, television personality and former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin speaks during the 41st annual Conservative Political Action Conference at the Gaylord International Hotel and Conference Center on March 8, 2014 in National Harbor, Maryland. The conference, a project of the American Conservative Union, brings together conservatives, polticians, pundits and voters for three days of speeches and workshops. (Photo by T.J. Kirkpatrick/Getty Images)

Busting out a copy of Green Eggs and Ham along the lines of Ted Cruz' Obamacare filibuster, Palin rhymed and rapped her politics to a conservative audience in 2014.

"Well, if I were in charge, they would know that waterboarding is how we’d baptize terrorists."

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HOUSTON, TX - MAY 03: Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin waves before speaking during the 2013 NRA Annual Meeting and Exhibits at the George R. Brown Convention Center on May 3, 2013 in Houston, Texas. More than 70,000 peope are expected to attend the NRA's 3-day annual meeting that features nearly 550 exhibitors, gun trade show and a political rally. The Show runs from May 3-5. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Though President Obama has condemned it as a form of torture, Palin is all for waterboarding. In a Palin-led nation, enemies would undergo the practice regularly.

"How about the rest of us? Right-wingin’, bitter-clingin’, proud clingers of our guns, our God, and our religions and our Constitution. Tell us that we’re not red enough?"

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AMES, IA - JANUARY 19: Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin speaks at Hansen Agriculture Student Learning Center at Iowa State University on January 19, 2016 in Ames, IA. Palin endorsed Donald Trump's run for the Republican presidential nomination. (Photo by Aaron P. Bernstein/Getty Images)

In endorsing President-elect Trump this past January, Palin stuck with what she does best: weaving some ever-so-confounding rhymes.

"Suck it up, cupcake!"

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Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin speaks at a dinner celebrating former US president Ronald Reagan on the centennial of his birth, at the Reagan Ranch Center in Santa Barbara, California February 4, 2011 . Reagan, who died in 2004 at the age of 93, would have been 100 years old on February 6.

Rallying for Trump during his campaign, Palin told San Diego crowds: "He is we the people's nominee" and encouraged "mainstream media" to accept the primary results.

"You're actually asking for more immigrants, even illegal immigrants, welcoming them in. ... Come on over the border and here's a gift basket of teddy bears and soccer balls.' What are you thinking?"

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WASHINGTON, DC - APRIL 14: Former Governor Sarah Palin speaks during the 'Climate Hustle' panel discussion at the Rayburn House Office Building on April 14, 2016 in Washington, DC. (Kris Connor/Getty Images)

Here, Palin argues for a harsher stance on immigration, insisting that politicians are "just inviting more [immigrants]" with their gestures of welcome.

"Climate change is to this century what eugenics was to the last century."

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MANCHESTER, NH - SEPTEMBER 05: Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin speaks at a Tea Party Express rally on September 5, 2011 at Veteran's Memorial Park in Manchester, New Hampshire. The rally is part of the 'Reclaiming America' bus tour traveling through 19 states and visiting 29 cities before arriving in Tampa, Florida for a presidential debate co-sponsored by CNN on September 12. (Photo by Darren McCollester/Getty Images)

"There’s no convincing scientific evidence for man-made climate change. The climate has always been changing," Palin said in 2014. She posted a video on her Facebook page, explaining her position. Her prediction was that, once climate change is "as discredited as eugenics, you know a lot of people are going to look very foolish and heartless."

"You want to be in America, A, you'd better be here legally or you're out of here; B, when you're here, let's speak American."

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Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin speaks during a rally dubbed 'Restoring Honor,' to show support of the US military, organized by conservative radio and television commentator Glenn Beck, one of the de facto leaders of the Tea Party movement, at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC, on August 28, 2010. The rally has attracted controversy because it is being held on the 47th anniversary of civil rights legend Martin Luther King Jr.'s 'I Have a Dream' speech, at the Lincoln Memorial on the National Mall, where King spoke.

Palin told CNN's Jake Tapper last fall that, though Jeb Bush's bilingual skills were a "benefit," residents of this country should "speak American." She then clarified: "Let's speak English."