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Friday, July 31, 2009

Palin Vs. Obama

Dave Weinbaum, of Jewish World Review, wrote a great piece on how Palin and Obama are polar opposites. It is a scary reality we have to deal with until Obama is out of office.

Recently Sarah Palin was seen holding the book "Liberty and Tyranny: A Conservative Manifesto" by Mark R. Levin. Obama was pictured toting the tome, The Post-American World penned by Fareed Zakaria.

In a crossroads of American Politics, two paths have converged, one on the outside looking in and the other still in the Everest of power peaks. One is an eviscerated enigma to some and an outstanding leader and hero to others. The other is the President of the United States, whose popularity is vanishing before our eyes.

One volume expounds the wisdom of the founding fathers and the system they developed via the Constitution. It's what allowed America to shoot ahead of the rest of the stumbling fumblers of simmering or outright tyrannies.

The other prepares the reader (Obama) for a diminished third-rate USA which still is the most envied nation in the world. Barack's volume advocates our dependence on the whims of an anti-American UN. In fact, many of these countries openly threaten our demise and support terrorists who are actively seeking our mass murder. As our president tours the world apologizing for us, is he not preparing us for death of our country?

Time for America to taste the bitters of failures while those nations left behind by this hated democracy swing past, using the very same freedoms we once took pride in.

No fruit cup for us for the next 150 years.

Common sense is the antithesis of liberalism

Palin resides in a frontier state with great separation from the lower 48. Alaska is a hardy place, yet it bestows a bounty of energy along with nature's wonders.


The press fills with spite and rising scorn every time Sarah utters a word, as if she's an unwelcome illegal Alien. She's had more ethics charges dropped than Barney Frank's boyfriend's brothel had customers.

Charges against Palin of being ignorant, dumb, a quitter, a ninny etc., come from the right as well. The problem is they don't compare her to the lightweight we now call Mr. President.

  • Palin helps run a family-owned fishing business. Obama was a community organizer.

  • She has gone against ethics violators in her own party. He relishes in the support of ACORN.

  • She ran a city for two terms and a state as governor for two years. As a state senator and rookie US senator, all he's run is his mouth.

  • She is a chooser of life and demonstrates as much in her own family. He threatens to destroy life because he doesn't want his daughters to be" … punished with a baby." Nor does he want a late-term abortion doctor to be embarrassed and mother tormented because said doc botched an abortion and the baby — soon to be murdered — accidentally lived.

  • He backs a health system that doesn't cloak the euthanasia and suffering it'll cause senior citizens, while using taxpayer money to pay for aforementioned abortions. She favors reforms in the system thatcontinues the tradition of the best health care of any country in the world.

I can guarantee that if Sarah Palin was Steven Palin: father, mayor, governor, he wouldn't get a tenth of the personal attacks now launched against him and his daughters.

Move over Judge Sotomayor. One can only speculate how Palin would pick a Supreme Court Justice

It's rumored that at the conclusion of the WH beerfest with the Cambridge Three, if Professor Gates keeps his racist yap closed through tonight's wet T-shirt contest, Obama's agreed to pick him for his next Supreme Court Justice — if Minister Farrakhan or Reverend Wright are busy, that is.

Palin and the rest of us should wonder just how smart you have to be to pick racist Supreme Court Justices.

Seems Palin would and could do much better than Obama. At least in my book.


http://www.jewishworldreview.com/dave/weinbaum.php3?printer_friendly

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Gov Pawlenty Stands Strong Backs Gov Palin



One thing I have learned is nearly 100% of the news on Governor Palin is fabricated or opinion. Liberal shithead Gerald tried his best but Governor Pawlenty was not buying it. He is one of the few immune from the media. Even Charles Krauthammer realizes, "She is a political star. She is a phenomenon" but he is not immune. To think she needs to study up on issues is believing the lefts attacks. Unless those in the media or you have given her a college aptitude exam (and she did poorly) your simply regurgitating media crap.

I have met Governor Palin 5 times and spoke with her on a range of issues for several hours. She is very sharp and would embarrass the "tele-prompter of the 57 United States illegally occupying our White House in a debate.

What we are witnessing is the beginning of the American People, represented by Governor Palin, Vs. the pompous, American-hating, Hollywood/Media/Washington Socialists.

Thank God for bringing us Governor Palin!!!

Saturday, July 25, 2009

Governor Palin: 'Never Apologize For Our Country' (referring to Øbama)

WASILLA, Alaska — Gov. Sarah Palin kicked off the first of three picnics marking her departure from office with a hometown tribute to the troops and an elbow at the news media.

Speaking before a friendly crowd of nearly 5,000 at a park here Friday night, two days before she resigns, Palin invoked her soldier son to assure supporters that she is not downcast over the political frustrations that are prompting her to quit before her term is up.

She told the hundreds gathered in a military “Honor Garden” that she wanted to “do something… more worthy than speaking politics” before sharing a story about a reporter who had asked her about how she handles difficult days.

“I said, ‘Oh no,’ it is not a down day – my son called this week from Iraq,” Palin recalled, referring to her son, Track, an Army enlistee. “He is safe, he is sound. It is always a good day when my son calls.”

Interrupting the applause, Palin said: “I wish that some in the media would keep things like that in perspective, what is really important in our country. And what is important is our freedoms, America’s security, our liberty.”

Later, citing military families that have lost loved ones, she again drew loud applause by saying: “Let us continue to love our country, be proud of our country, never apologize for our country.”

She concluded her remarks by noting that it was the last time she’d appear in her hometown as governor, thanking the city that first elected her as mayor.

After she was done, one man yelled out, “We want you as our commander-in-chief,” prompting more cheers from the crowd and a military-style salute from Palin. Others yelling, "Øbama is a disaster".

Dressed casually in jeans and boots, Palin wore a blue star pin over her sweatshirt, signifying her son’s deployment. She spoke for about five minutes before spending over a half-hour greeting scores of people with relatives on active-duty.

With an emcee holding the microphone, a procession of Alaskans and some from the Lower 48 states came forward to briefly introduce servicemembers they were honoring, before shaking hands or hugging Palin and taking a blue star flag from her.



Full Article At:
http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0709/25408.html#ixzz0MIFv6eUe

Friday, July 24, 2009

Governor Palin: Darling of the Democrats

A look at Alaska's outgoing governor before she hit the national stage & when she was the darling of the Democrats whom defeated the standing Republican Governor.

This week Juneau will lose its most famous part-time resident when Sarah Palin turns the power of governor over to Lt. Gov. Sean Parnell on Sunday, July 26 at a swearing-in ceremony in Fairbanks. It's been almost a year since Palin entered the national spotlight, which still shows no signs of dimming. Looking back through the CCW archives, 2007 seems like a very long time ago. So as we say good-bye to Governor Palin, we've collected some photos and article excerpts from the CCW archives in memory of the time before Palin was picked as Sen. John McCain's running mate, when she was a gubernatorial candidate and the Alaskan's first female governor.

The Gubernatorial Campaign
Talk of the ferry system, logging, mining and the future of Alaska filled the Ted Ferry Center in Ketchikan as community leaders from across the region attended the Southeast Conference. Palin was the first to speak and shared her vision for a positive outlook for Alaska. "I'd be honored if I could spend four years getting to know Southeast Alaska better," she said. "These are exciting times in our state. It can be a new frontier of development. Alaskans are demanding positive change, and I'm not going to let them down." Palin said the debate of building a road out of Juneau should not overshadow the need for a reliable ferry system although she does support the road project. "The ferry system is the highway system for the Southeast. We need to make sure that money is spent wisely," Palin said. "We don't need the road to become an either or project. I'll let the public process work." She said she also supports a bridge to Gravina Island. "It's not Nowhere, Alaska. It's a gem of the Southeast," she said. A former mayor of Wasilla, Palin said the idea of moving the capitol out of Juneau is a "non issue." "It's been a non-issue. There are so many issues in the state to be addressed as an united state," Palin said. "It's time for a positive change."

The CCW Interview
Sarah Palin was interviewed by former CCW editor Amanda Gragert for the Spring 2007 publication of Women in Business. The following are excerpts from the resulting article, published just months after Palin took office.

On the most offensive thing ever said to her (as of 2007):
"I remember, after getting elected (mayor of Wasilla), the most offensive thing ever said to me on a local and state level-a guy came up to me, and he was part of this good ol' boy network that was running the show there, and he said 'You have three strikes against you running for mayor.' I thought, 'I know he's going to say I'm too young, I'm female and I'm inexperienced,' but instead he said, 'Here are your three strikes against you,' and he named off my three kids, and I was so offended. The reason I was running was for those three kids - so the world is a better place for them."

On a mistaken identity while serving as mayor:
"Our receptionist was at lunch and I sat there answering the phones in the mayor's office and a guy walks by and says, 'You're way too young to be the mayor's secretary.' He didn't know who the mayor was and he thought I was too young to be the secretary. I thought, 'That's so cute,' and I didn't even correct him and say, 'I am the mayor.'"

On running for lieutenant governor in 2002:
"It was close, but looking back now I can't believe I thought it was practical to run at the time. I just had a baby, I was working full time as the manager and mayor of the city of Wasilla, didn't have any money or recognition but ran anyway; we did relatively well."

On deciding to run for governor:
"The second time around I didn't know if I should give that (running for lieutenant governor) a shot again because so many people were telling me 'run for lieutenant governor and get your feet wet that way.' Right off the bat I thought, 'If I'm going to put all that effort into running for office, and be serious about it - serious enough to win - then I'm going to run for governor.' I'm not going to settle for what so many people were telling me I should settle for. If you're going to do something you need to do it 110 percent, do what your gut is telling you to do and do it right. "We have such an opportunity to make a positive difference in this state, and I realize we have a limited time to do it - four years. When I won I was very relieved that the campaign was over; I'm of the mind of 'let's just get to work.'"

On being a mother and public servant:
"Being a mom makes this position easier because public service is supposed to be about being selfless. You're going to play second fiddle to what your own needs or wants are. You have to have a servant's heart to want to do this. "It's the same thing when choosing to be a mom. You know there's another life that you're responsible for. I know that I'm doing this for the right reasons. "I think it's all the more reason for more women and more moms to get into public service. They already know that the foundation truly is working as hard as you can to make other people's lives better."


http://www.capitalcityweekly.com/stories/072209/new_467649277.shtml

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Sarah Palin: A Successful Governor

Ben Brown wrote a piece on the success of Sarah Palin as the Governor of Alaska. Mr. Brown is an Juneau attorney and writes for The Juneau Empire & The Alaskan Observer.

Palin came to office with some specific goals, some of which she has accomplished outright, others which she has advanced appreciably along the spectrum from inception to completion. The Petroleum Profits Tax revisions were passed in time to help Alaskans reap unprecedented financial gains from our most marketable natural resource, and also in the wake of an ethics scandal that caused some Alaskans to doubt the fundamental integrity of state government.

The debate about the Alaska Gasline Inducement Act resulted in legislation that has advanced the progress about this mega-project to a point I at times wondered if I'd ever see in my lifetime. Exxon has now signed on to work with TransCanada, and BP and ConocoPhillips are displaying vocal, tangible plans to get the gas to market. Palin has submitted reasonable, fiscally-prudent capital and operating budgets to the Legislature, which have been scrutinized and ultimately passed largely in the form she proposed.

Palin has not always been as supportive of Juneau's role as Alaska's capital city as her predecessors, but she has clearly done some good things for us. She has unwaveringly supported the Kensington Gold Mine, which is now closer than ever to opening and bolstering our economy at a most crucial point in time.

Palin has thoughtfully considered the costs and benefits of the Lynn Canal Highway, and come down in favor of the project, also a key to our bright future. When Sen. Kim Elton resigned from the state Senate, Palin took the time to listen to a wide variety of Juneau voices in selecting the right person to serve out his term. In Sen. Dennis Egan, Juneau residents enjoy a qualified experienced leader who believes in responsible resource development.

One area the author did not mention is Governor Palin saw a lot of success is in the area of the states budget. Being a fiscal conservative she continually cut the budget. Back in 2006 & 2007 most Governors and politicians were expanding programs and spending like mad but not Governor Pain. Even though times were good Governor Palin put away state funds for any future down turn in the economy and still cut the budget. California, Florida and New York are all bankrupt and wish they had a Governor like Sarah Palin

Full Article At:
http://juneauempire.com/stories/072209/opi_467532425.shtml

The AP Lies: On the Economy, Terror, Now Palin

Dan Calabrese, of North Star Writers, wrote a great piece on the state of The Associated Press. The AP has become a disgrace and a danger to America. They have become a blog for the moron in our White House and are directly to blame for ending what was once the media. He Writes:

On The Economy
If you read any AP story about the economy, you will inevitably read that the current U.S. recession started in December 2007 (one year too early). This is a lie. Why does the AP constantly make this false claim? In order to lay the blame for the recession at the feet of George W. Bush, of course.

On Terror
Of course, they did the same thing just last week with the big, super-secret CIA plot that turned out to be nothing more than a PowerPoint presentation about how to maybe kill Osama Bin Laden and other Al Qaeda leaders.

The “story” was a big bunch of nothing, but because Dick Cheney was involved, the AP trotted out the scandal headlines. The bottom line is that the AP is nothing more than a propaganda service for its own political biases. It lies.

On Governor Palin
An AP headline screams: “AP NewsBreak: Palin implicated in ethics probe” Oh my God! That sounds serious! And if you’re the AP, it’s a long-awaited reason for hope after the previous 19 ethics complaints against Palin were all summarily dismissed as frivolous and completely without merit. The shocking lead tells us:

An independent investigator has found evidence that Gov. Sarah Palin may have violated ethics laws by trading on her position in seeking money for legal fees . . .Oh dear! What troubling words and phrases! An “independent investigator.” She “violated ethics laws.” She was “trading on her position.” She was “seeking money.”

Too bad it’s all complete nonsense. Too bad the actual “independent investigator” didn’t blame Palin at all for her situation, and instead blamed the State of Alaska for having such a ridiculous ethics process that a governor can face more than $500,000 in legal fees for bogus complaints, and isn’t supposed to raise money to help her pay the bills.



As we are all aware The AP is nothing more than a propaganda service for the left and Dan Calabrese does a great job pointing out how full of crap they really are. I would suggest e-mailing The AP morons when ever you get the chance. The author of the Palin-Ethics Probe story is RACHEL D'ORO rdoro@ap.org or roro@ap.org & the author of the CIA-Cheney Story is PAMELA HESS phess@ap.org. Most AP e-mails are 1st initial + last name @ap.org.

Full Article At:
http://www.northstarwriters.com/dc301.htm

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Sen DeMint: Gov Palin Will Really Help The GOP


In an interview, we asked the author of the new book Saving Freedom about Alaska Governor Palin's future:

"I think she'll be an outspoken spokesperson for the principles of freedom and conservatism, and I think she will really help the Republican Party, just like Newt Gingrich," he said, referencing the former House speaker who's toyed with but never committed to a presidential bid. "I don't know if Sarah Palin will be running for office again or not," said DeMint. The political scene could change in three years, he added: "The landscape's going to be totally different." (The Øbama disaster will be in full effect)

Full Article At:
http://www.usnews.com/blogs/washington-whispers/2009/07/21/demint-palin-will-help-the-gop.html

Monday, July 20, 2009

Six Days To Citizen Palin -- Be Afraid Media

To all you democrats and republican elitists who come to Facebook to troll, say nasty things about Gov Palin 2 words for you, six days. To all you people who threw everything including the kitchen sink at her, trying desperatly to politically destroy her, six days. To you ethics filers, legislators in AK, who opposed everything she accomplished, since Nov 4th 2008, six days. To all you pathetic so called journalists, who manipulated your stories, spread half truths, left out facts, her explanations, six days.To you pathetic late night loser talk show hosts, who attacked her children, six days. Enjoy your six days, gleefully bath in your slime, live life to its fullest, just remember this, six days. To the disgusting low-lifes who burned her church down during service & with children inside, six days. To all you Americans sick and tired of politicians who only remember you weeks before election day, six more long days. Then from Citizen Sarah Palin our voice will become unified, into one single clap of thunder accross the skys of America, that will jolt them from their shoes in fear. Six days. Palin 2012!

Governor Palin Signs Alaska Sovereignty

Anchorage, AK - On Friday, July 10th, Alaska Governor Palin signed House Joint Resolution 27 (HJR27), sponsored by State Rep. Mike Kelly. The resolution “claims sovereignty for the state under the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States over all powers not otherwise enumerated and granted to the federal government by the Constitution of the United States.”

The House passed the resolution by a vote of 37-0 (3 not voting) and the Senate passed it by a vote of 40-0.

Six other states have had both houses of their legislature pass similar resolutions – Tennessee, Idaho, North Dakota, South Dakota, Oklahoma and Louisiana – Alaska joins Tennessee as the second to have such a resolution signed by the Governor.

A GROWING MOVEMENT:
Passage of this resolution appears to be part of what is now a growing state-level resistance to the federal government on various levels. Similar 10th Amendment resolutions have been introduced in 37 states around the country, and various states are considering single-issue legislation in direct contravention to federal laws.

Most recently, the Arizona Legislature passed a measure for public approval on the 2010 state ballot that would give Arizona voters the opportunity to nullify, or opt out, of any potential national health care legislation.

Since 2007, more than two dozen states have passed legislation refusing to implement the Real ID act of 2005. In response, the federal government has recently announced that they want to “repeal and replace” the law due to a rebellion by states.

Pending legislation in states around the country also includes preventing state law enforcement officials from enforcing federal laws, refusing federal gun regulations, refusing to send a state’s national guard to any duty other than what the constitution authorizes, legalizing marijuana for various purposes and more.

A FIRST STEP:
While HJR27 is strongly-word in support of the principles of limited, constitutional government that the 10th Amendment represents, it is a Joint Resolution and does not carry with it the force of law. But supporters say that this is an important first step to get their message out not only to grassroots supporters, but to the media, and legislators in other states as well.

Read the final version of the resolution below (Relating to the Sovereign Powers of the State):

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF ALASKA:
WHEREAS the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States reads, “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people”; and

WHEREAS the Tenth Amendment defines the total scope of federal power as being that specifically granted by the Constitution of the United States and no more; and

WHEREAS some federal actions weaken states’ rights protected by the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States; and

WHEREAS the Tenth Amendment assures that we, the people of the United States of America and each sovereign state in the Union of States, now have, and have always had, rights the federal government may not usurp; and

WHEREAS art. IV, sec. 4, Constitution of the United States, reads, “The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government,” and the Ninth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States reads, “The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people”; and

WHEREAS the United States Supreme Court has ruled in New York v. United States, 112 S.Ct. 2408 (1992), that the United States Congress may not simply commandeer the legislative and regulatory processes of the states; and

WHEREAS all states, including Alaska, find themselves regularly facing proposals from the United States Congress that weaken states’ rights protected by the Tenth Amendment;

BE IT RESOLVED that the Alaska State Legislature hereby claims sovereignty for the state under the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States over all powers not otherwise enumerated and granted to the federal government by the Constitution of the United States; and be it

FURTHER RESOLVED that this resolution serves as Notice and Demand to the federal government to cease and desist, effective immediately, mandates that are beyond the scope of these constitutionally delegated powers.

COPIES of this resolution shall be sent to the Øbama, President; the Honorable Joseph R. Biden, Jr., Vice-President of the United States and President of the U.S. Senate; the Honorable Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives; the Honorable Lisa Murkowski and the Honorable Mark Begich, U.S. Senators, and the Honorable Don Young, U.S. Representative, members of the Alaska delegation in Congress; all other members of the 111th United States Congress; the presiding officers of the legislatures of each of the other 49 states; and the governors of each of the other 49 states.

Citizen Palin: Media Target To TV Superstar

By: James Hirsen Sarah Palin's introduction to most of the U.S. public during the GOP convention in September was so electrifying that even the mainstream media had to admit that the Alaska governor had wowed them.

NBC’s Tom Brokaw described the national speaking debut of GOP presidential candidate John McCain's running mate as “a very auspicious” one. And CBS’s Jeff Greenfield referred to her tone as the “perfect populist pitch.”

The speech left folks with more than just a home-run impression. “It may have been a grand slam,” said CNN’s Wolf Blitzer. CNN's Blitzer and Anderson Cooper and Fox's Chris Wallace all used the identical phrase to describe the Palin performance: “A star is born.”

It seems like such a long time ago.

A fierce media onslaught, late-night offensive, and dirt-digging campaign would dog the Alaska governor from that dazzling moment on, thanks to rabid liberal activism and even some uppity conservative elitism.

Palin announced July 3 that she, her family, and her beloved state of Alaska frankly had had their fill of it all, and she was shifting to another arena in which she could serve better.

Now that venues outside of Alaska are hers to go after more freely, TV executives are gearing up to make Palin some impressive offers.

Her communication ability, particularly her capacity to enthrall TV viewers, definitely is making the suits take notice. Likewise for her campaign appearances and guest spot on “Saturday Night Live.”

Although both Dem and GOP strategists are split on how Palin’s resignation is going to affect a potential White House run, the degree of media coverage she has garnered proves that her star power is bigger than ever. In TV terms, that could translate into some hefty ratings.

Last fall, a producer-packager held internal staff meetings about how to best capitalize on Palin's appeal, and a daytime talk show seemed like a well-suited vehicle, according to the "Hollywood Reporter."
But cable news would seem to be the better place for Palin to make the transition while still keeping her political aspirations alive.

Is she controversial? No, but the media has made it so.

But so are the personalities who rank the highest on cable news programs and talk radio shows. Similar to the path that former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee has taken, Palin could move into a media position with a lucrative salary and still continue with her political pursuits. To do so, however, she would have to choose the television spot carefully and at the same time keep one eye on elevating her image and maintaining her dignity.

The cable TV execs always are looking for new personalities with the potential to score big in the highly competitive ratings war.

Palin's next career move could end up providing her with a platform so huge and a megaphone so large she’ll be able to advance conservative themes from the Left Coast to the East.
Then the libs will really have something to worry about.

http://www.newsmax.com/hirsen/Palin_media_GOP/2009/07/08/233234.html

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