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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Europeans At CLSA Hong Kong: “Sarah Palin was Brilliant” Obama: Making The Poor Poorer

Governor Sarah Palin said the US government was wasting taxpayer’s money and could aggravate poverty, said delegates at her first speech outside North America on Wednesday.  Sarah Palin, gave hundreds of financial big-hitters at the CLSA Investors' Forum in Hong Kong a wide-ranging speech that covered Alaska, international terrorism, US economic policy and trade with China.

Her performance, which was closed to the media.  Some of those who attended praised her forthright views on government social and economic intervention.  She also received a 5 minute standing ovation.
"She was brilliant," said a European delegate.  "She said America was spending a lot of money and it was a temporary solution. Normal people are having to pay more and more but things don't get better. The rich will leave the country and the poor will get poorer."
In the CLSA speech, which lasted about 75 minutes and her fee was $300,000, Palin also tackled the recent US trade spat with China, a country she said the United States should have the best possible relationship with.
According to delegates, she said US President Barack Obama's administration worsened an already difficult situation when earlier this month he slapped duties on Chinese tire imports blamed for costing American jobs.
They said she praised the economic policies of former US President Ronald Reagan and criticized the current administration for intervening too much during the recent financial crisis.

“The speech was wide-ranging, very balanced, and she beat all expectations,” said Doug A. Coulter, head of private equity in the Asia-Pacific region for LGT Capital Partners.
“She didn’t sound at all like a far-right-wing conservative. She seemed to be positioning herself as a libertarian or a small-c conservative,” he said, adding that she mentioned both Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher. “She brought up both those names.”

Although she touched on the threat posed to the United States by terrorism and talked about links with traditional US allies in Asia such as Japan, Australia and South Korea. Several delegates saw the speech as a sign of her ambitions to run as a presidential candidate in 2012 and a useful indication of the potential direction of US politics in the future.

Palin blasted Obama's proposals on healthcare, reiterating a previous statement made to the press that the plan would include a bureaucratic "death panel" that would decide who gets assistance, he said.  The left wing media has also reported some people stormed out but the truth is 


  1. Sarah wins in China. The Wall Street Journal and the huffington pots gave some details. My definision: She is stronger than Reagan. She is as dynamic and purposfull as a Marine in battle. She touched on with good flow all of the key issues of the world, political and cultural. Demonstrated an affinity of Alaska with the Asia peoples. Noted the huge Alaska export market to Asia (some of the Samon she caught).
    She is unafraid to tell the good and bad of the Chinese government that they should be the power they are and give more freedoms without scaring the world. She chopped up the Obama and democratic party but also suggested the republicans have sold out. I noted months ago she has outstanding strategic planning skills. She proved me correct. I am anxious to see her FB posting.
    Dr. Ronald W. Cutburth

  2. That is the Sarah Palin that we know and love! Roll on 2012


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