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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

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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 or & the author of the CIA-Cheney Story is PAMELA HESS Most AP e-mails are 1st initial + last name

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