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Saturday, January 30, 2010

Framing The Debate: Sarah Palin Common Sense Vs Obama Bullcrap

Ted Belman, of, wrote a very insightful piece: Palin is framing the debate. “my common sense v your bullcrap” . 
Sarah Palin is a fighter, a barracuda or a pitbull, with lipstick of course. She is on the prowl for Obama.  More than anyone else, she is responsible for the decline in the prospects, for not only Obamacare but for Obama’s presidency as well.
Palin endeared herself to conservatives because she took on Obama in her acceptance speech. Unfortunately McCain didn’t have the stomach for it and muzzled her instead. Now she is calling the shots.
By repeating her mantra in every speech or comment she makes, she is branding herself. She presents her policies as axiomatic, requiring no proof and the public is accepting them as such. She is negatively characterizing Obama and his policies.
She participated in the pre and post analysis of Obama’s SOTU address on Fox News and the next day was interviewed by Greten van Susteren. In answer to the first question she said
  • Well, you know, listening to his speech last night, I was kind of getting some whiplash there. I’d listen to what he was saying, then I’d whip my head down there and read the text to try to figure out what is he actually saying here? How does what he is saying match up to the actions that he’s taken thus far? Because the acts that he’s taken thus far will not get the jobs created, as he says he desires. 
  • That speech was so full of contradictions last night. And I know that, you know, afterwards, as we analyze it, we’re supposed to be, you know, quite diplomatic and analytic and quite gracious in our commentary. But come on! You know, again, so full of contradictions that the American public, I think, listened to the thing and said, How are jobs going to be created when you talk about cap and tax, which is taxing energy, which will prohibit more developments across our nation, when you talk about the second jobs bill, which is a stimulus bill, more spending, which is going to require tax increases to pay for these things. How in the world is that going to help the middle class? How will that help job creation?
In the first paragraph she is contrasting his words with his deeds. The public is already beginning to ignore what he says and Palin will speed that process along.
She starts her attack by saying “But come on.” and then lets loose. Name me one other politicians who is so direct. Palin is also good at ridiculing Obama. In all her speeches she deflates him with her ridicule. I love it.
She is framing the debate. “my common sense v your bullcrap”
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Sarah Palin: Obamacare = Stray Dog, So Says President

What am I missing, folks? We’re called obstructionists and made to feel uninformed in the Obamacare debate as we point out this is not a patient-driven, market-oriented approach to health care cost challenges. We’ve been saying for months that this is government takeover of our personal choices of insurers and doctors. We’re called liars when claiming that this is all about government mandates and control of up to a sixth of our economy. 

And yet, shockingly, the president admitted yesterday exactly what we’ve been saying: that his Democrats and lobbyists have crafted bills that in factwill prevent us from keeping our current insurance and/or choosing our own doctor. He said:

The last thing I will say, though -- let me say this about health care and the health care debate, because I think it also bears on a whole lot of other issues. If you look at the package that we’ve presented -- and there’s some stray cats and dogs that got in there that we were eliminating, we were in the process of eliminating. For example, we said from the start that it was going to be important for us to be consistent in saying to people if you can have your -- if you want to keep the health insurance you got, you can keep it, that you’re not going to have anybody getting in between you and your doctor in your decision making. And I think that some of the provisions that got snuck in might have violated that pledge. [emphasis added]

Thanks to Tom Bevan at RCP for spotting this. The president’s statement is shocking, enlightening, and in an odd and unfortunate way also encouraging. Folks, this admission tells us we’re not off-base and we need to stay vigilant so we’re not missing anything else in this scheme. This trillion-dollar government takeover of our health care system is full of “stray dogs and cats” (the president’s words, not mine), and that’s what we’ve been saying all along. 

Commonsense conservatives have better ideas on how to start tackling rising health care costs. Reps. Paul Ryan, Mike Pence, Eric Cantor, John Boehner, and others have offered solutions. I commend their efforts to counter the White House’s attempt to ram Obamacare through as these Congressmen seek bipartisan, sensible solutions. I implore them to speak louder because we’re listening, and we’re counting on them!

- Sarah Palin

Friday, January 29, 2010

Sarah Palin To Obama: Letting You Know About Some "Better Solutions"

On Wednesday night, the president asked us to “let him know” if we had any better ideas, and today John Boehner handed him a compilation of the policy alternatives that have been advanced over the past year. These are ideas that deserve to be considered to turn down the volume on the rhetoric and use common sense. Please take a look at You can read the compilation of policy alternatives, called “Better Solutions,” here
- Sarah Palin

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Sarah Palin: The Audacity Of Obama's Recycled Rhetoric No Longer Inspires Hope

While I don’t wish to speak too harshly about President Obama’s state of the union address, we live in challenging times that call for candor. I call them as I see them, and I hope my frank assessment will be taken as an honest effort to move this conversation forward.
Last night, the president spoke of the “credibility gap” between the public’s expectations of their leaders and what those leaders actually deliver. “Credibility gap” is a good way to describe the chasm between rhetoric and reality in the president’s address. The contradictions seemed endless.
He called for Democrats and Republicans to “work through our differences,” but last year he dismissed any notion of bipartisanship when he smugly told Republicans, “I won.”
He talked like a Washington “outsider,” but he runs Washington! He’s had everything any president could ask for – an overwhelming majority in Congress and a fawning press corps that feels tingles every time he speaks. There was nothing preventing him from pursuing “common sense” solutions all along. He didn’t pursue them because they weren’t his priorities, and he spent his speech blaming Republicans for the problems caused by his own policies.
He dared us to “let him know” if we have a better health care plan, but he refused to allow Republicans in on the negotiations or consider any ideas for real free market and patient-centered reforms. We’ve been “letting him know” our ideas for months from the town halls to the tea parties, but he isn’t interested in listening. Instead he keeps making the nonsensical claim that his massive trillion-dollar health care bill won’t increase the deficit.
Americans are suffering from job losses and lower wages, yet the president practically demanded applause when he mentioned tax cuts, as if allowing people to keep more of their own hard-earned money is an act of noblesse oblige. He claims that he cut taxes, but I must have missed that. I see his policies as paving the way for massive tax increases and inflation, which is the “hidden tax” that most hurts the poor and the elderly living on fixed incomes.
He condemned lobbyists, but his White House is filled with former lobbyists, and this has been a banner year for K Street with his stimulus bill, aka the Lobbyist’s Full Employment Act. He talked about a “deficit of trust” and the need to “do our work in the open,” but he chased away the C-SPAN cameras and cut deals with insurance industry lobbyists behind closed doors.
He spoke of doing what’s best for the next generation and not leaving our children with a “mountain of debt,” but under his watch this year, government spending is up by 22%, and his budget will triple our national debt.
He spoke of a spending freeze, but doesn’t he realize that each new program he’s proposing comes with a new price tag? A spending freeze is a nice idea, but it doesn’t address the root cause of the problem. We need a comprehensive examination of the role of government spending. The president’s deficit commission is little more than a bipartisan tax hike committee, lending political cover to raise taxes without seriously addressing the problem of spending.
He condemned bailouts, but he voted for them and then expanded and extended them. He praised the House’s financial reform bill, but where was Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae in that bill? He still hasn’t told us when we’ll be getting out of the auto and the mortgage industries. He praised small businesses, but he’s spent the past year as a friend to big corporations and their lobbyists, who always find a way to make government regulations work in their favor at the expense of their mom & pop competitors.
He praised the effectiveness of his stimulus bill, but then he called for another one – this time cleverly renamed a “jobs bill.” The first stimulus was sold to us as a jobs bill that would keep unemployment under 8%. We now have double digit unemployment with no end in sight. Why should we trust this new “jobs bill”?
He talked about “making tough decisions about opening new offshore areas for oil and gas development,” but apparently it’s still too tough for his Interior Secretary to move ahead with Virginia’s offshore oil and gas leases. If they’re dragging their feet on leases, how long will it take them to build “safe, clean nuclear power plants”? Meanwhile, he continued to emphasize “green jobs,” which require massive government subsidies for inefficient technologies that can’t survive on their own in the real world of the free market.
He spoke of supporting young girls in Afghanistan who want to go to school and young women in Iran who courageously protest in the streets, but where were his words of encouragement to the young girls of Afghanistan in his West Point speech? And where was his support for the young women of Iran when they were being gunned down in the streets of Tehran?
Despite speaking for over an hour, the president only spent 10% of his speech on foreign policy, and he left us with many unanswered questions. Does he still think trying the 9/11 terrorists in New York is a good idea? Does he still think closing Gitmo is a good idea? Does he still believe in Mirandizing terrorists after the Christmas bomber fiasco? Does he believe we’re in a war against terrorists, or does he think this is just a global crime spree? Does he understand that the first priority of our government is to keep our country safe?
In his address last night, the president once again revealed that there’s a fundamental disconnect between what the American people expect from their government, and what he wants to deliver. He’s still proposing failed top-down big government solutions to our problems. Instead of smaller, smarter government, he’s taken a government that was already too big and supersized it. 
Real private sector jobs are created when taxes are low, investment is high, and people are free to go about their business without the heavy hand of government. The president thinks innovation comes from government subsidies. Common sense conservatives know innovation comes from unleashing the creative energy of American entrepreneurs.
Everything seems to be “unexpected” to this administration: unexpected job losses; unexpected housing numbers; unexpected political losses in Massachusetts, Virginia, and New Jersey. True leaders lead best when confronted with the unexpected. But instead of leading us, the president lectured us. He lectured Wall Street; he lectured Main Street; he lectured Congress; he even lectured our Supreme Court Justices.
He criticized politicians who “wage a perpetual campaign,” but he gave a campaign speech instead of a state of the union address. The campaign is over, and President Obama now has something that candidate Obama never had: an actual track record in office. We now can see the failed policies behind the flowery words. If Americans feel as cynical as the president suggests, perhaps it’s because the audacity of his recycled rhetoric no longer inspires hope.
Real leadership requires results. Real hope lies in the ingenuity, generosity, and boundless courage of the American people whose voices are still not being heard in Washington.
- Sarah Palin

(Video) Sarah Palin Analysis Of Obama’s State Of The Union

Sarah Palin Pre-State Of The Union Analysis

Sarah Palin On Hannity Post-State Of The Union Analysis

Sarah Palin On Greta Post-State Of The Union Analysis

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

What Sarah Palin Needs To Do For A 2012 Presidential Run!

In the February issue (not available online) of Newsmax Dick Morris has some words of advice for Governor Palin:

So what’s ACT III for Sarah Palin?  Whatever the pundits may tell the American public, Palin was nothing less than a smash hit in ACT I.  She did for John McCain what no other vice president candidate has ever done for any other presidential candidate: She delivered the lead to him for nearly a month. […]

ACT II was also a huge success for Palin. Her autobiography will likely sell more than 3 million copies, rivaling the best of all time.  We have to assume ACT III will involve a presidential race in 2012.  To be viable, Palin needs to set to rest any doubts triggered when she decided to resign as governor of Alaska last year. […]

Now she needs to tell us why she quit.  Her best bet would be to say that, up in Alaska, she couldn’t give her best efforts and really participate in the coming campaign to throw out the Democrats from Congress in 2010.... she should say that she felt she could not do justice both to the needs of her constituents and the needs of her country. […]

And then Sarah should go to every fundraiser and chicken dinner she can find, stumping for Republican candidates in 2010.
Palin needs to do what Hillary Clinton did in 2006 and 2007.  Pile up IOUs from all of her formidable star power to raise funds for their Senate and congressional candidates as well as for their state parties. 
With a solid record of accomplishment in 2010 she will improve her image and establish herself as the solid front-runner for 2012.

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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Sarah Palin: Women's Rights Groups Your Double Standard is Showing

Women’s Rights groups, like NOW, commendably call out advertisers and networks for airing sexist and demeaning portrayals of women that lead to young women’s diminished self-esteem and acceptance of roles as mere sexed-up objects.

What a ridiculous situation they’re getting themselves into now with their protest of CBS airing a pro-life ad during the upcoming Super Bowl game. The ad will feature Heisman trophy winner Tim Tebow and his mom, and they’ll speak to the sanctity of life and the beautiful potential within every innocent child as Mrs. Tebow acknowledges her choice to give Tim life, despite less than ideal circumstances. Messages like this empower women! This speaks to the strength and commitment and nurturing spirit within women. The message says everything positive and nothing negative about the power of women – and life. Evidently, some women’s rights groups like NOW do not like that message.

NOW is looking at the pro-life issue backwards. Women should be reminded that they are strong enough and smart enough to make decisions that allow for career and educational opportunities while still giving their babies a chance at life. In my own home, my daughter Bristol has also been challenged by pro-abortion “women’s rights” groups who don’t agree with her decision to have her baby, nor do they like the abstinence message which she articulated as her personal commitment. NOW could gain ground and credibility with everyday Americans, thus allowing their pro-women message to be heard by more than just their ardent supporters, if they made wiser decisions regarding which battles to pick. They should call attention to and embrace the Tebow’s message, instead of covertly and overtly disrespecting what Mrs. Tebow, Bristol, and millions of other women have chosen to do (in less than ideal circumstances). 

My message to these groups who are inexplicably offended by a pro-woman, pro-child, pro-life message airing during the Super Bowl: please concentrate on empowering women, help with efforts to prevent unexpected pregnancies, stay consistent with your message that for too long women have been made to feel like sex objects in our “modern” culture and that we can expect better in 2010. But don’t let your double standard glare so vividly as to undo some of the good to which you could contribute.

And CBS: just do the right thing. Don’t cave. Have the backbone to run the ad.

To the Tebows: thank you. America is listening. We appreciate you.
- Sarah Palin

(Video) Republican Party of Arkansas Sarah Palin Commercial

Governor Sarah Palin to be keynote speaker for a Republican Party of Arkansas event, “Arkansas Welcomes Sarah Palin,” at Verizon Arena on the evening of February 16. 

General admission tickets are priced at $35 and $65 and can be purchased through Ticketmaster beginning at 10:00 a.m. CST on Friday Jan. 22. You may also purchase general admission tickets by visiting the Verizon Arena box office located on One Verizon Arena Way, North Little Rock, AR. 72114. Box office hours are 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Dinner and reception tickets will be sold by the Republican Party of Arkansas. Dinner tickets are $175 each and reception tickets are $500 per person or per couple and include a photo with Gov. Palin.  Reception tickets do not include dinner. You may purchase dinner or reception tickets with a credit card by calling the Republican Party of Arkansas at 501-372-7301. Cash and check purchases must be made in person at the Republican Party of Arkansas Rockefeller Republican Center located on 1201 West Sixth, Little Rock, AR 72201. Office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

 *$500 Reception tickets sold out


Sunday, January 24, 2010

Sarah Palin To Anyone That Would Like To Help: Congratulations, Friendship Circle!

Congratulations to Friendship Circle for being a Chase Community Giving award recipient! Friendship Circle is a beautiful non-profit organization that creates meaningful friendships between children who have special needs and teenage volunteers. In Michigan, the Friendship Circle has a beautiful one-of-a-kind center called LifeTown. Its main feature is a life-like village with all kinds of realistic stores for individuals who have special needs where they can be prepared to integrate into society and where thousands of volunteers can learn to appreciate the beauty of these special souls. You can learn more about Friendship Circle and support their work by visiting their website. You can also view a wonderful video about them here
- Sarah Palin

Friday, January 22, 2010

Sarah Palin On Facebook: Talking About Life Today on Oprah

In light of today’s March for Life in D.C., which promotes a positive, peaceful, hopeful message concerning the sanctity of life, Bristol and I are being interviewed by Oprah Winfrey to talk about choosing life. The show airs today, and you can check your local listings for details.   Sarah & Bristal Palin On Oprah

- Sarah Palin

Sarah Palin’s Latest Tweets:
Bristol&I r getting ready 4 Oprah interview this am,it's 37th anniversary of DC's March 4 Life so will discuss peaceful,hopeful msg of LIFE

Pls watch Glenn Beck's FOX documentary on Friday to learn about "manufactured crisis"-mode of govt operatives that lead to harmful proposals

Affirming dignity&worth of every innocent human life&defending the defenseless are fundamental American values,so march peacefully&hopefully

Hearty souls peacefully march4beautiful culture of life tomrrw n DC;37th annivrsry pro-life movemnt led by empowered women;see FaceBook4info

(Video) Sarah Palin On Glenn Beck: Obama In Denial, His Lip Service & Supporting McCain

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Sarah Palin On Facebook: Marching For A Beautiful Life

Tomorrow the 37th annual March for Life will occur in Washington, D.C. January is a tough month to schedule a march in Washington, but every year hundreds of thousands of everyday Americans from across our nation brave the cold weather on the anniversary of the Roe vs. Wade decision to bear a positive witness to the culture of life. 

In the years following Roe, we were told that the issue was no longer open for debate and that we should get over it and move on. But we couldn’t get over the stirrings of our conscience or move on from an issue that cuts to the heart of who we are as a nation. Affirming the dignity and worth of every innocent human life and defending the defenseless are fundamental American values. With that in mind, this peaceful, hopeful grassroots crowd of individuals, families and students comes to our capital every year to remind us that every innocent life is beautiful, precious and full of potential. These warrior souls come to show their dedication to the weakest among us: those with special needs, women without anyone to turn to, and children without a voice. They run the helpful pregnancy resource centers, the counseling hotlines, the foster care facilities, the adoption services, and countless other outreach programs that offer compassionate assistance and friendship to women who are struggling. I know from experience the joy and blessings that come from embracing life, and I know how important their work is in helping women choose life despite less than ideal circumstances.

The pro-life movement is pro-women, and it empowers women with the message that we are strong enough and smart enough to be able to pursue education, vocations and avocations while giving life to a child. This movement is largely run by women. In fact, many of the earliest leaders of the women’s rights movement were pro-life – women like Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Alice Paul, the author of the original Equal Rights Amendment in 1923, who said, “Abortion is the ultimate exploitation of women.” Today, more and more young women agree with these feminist foremothers, for they know in their hearts that the culture of life empowers women by offering them real choices. Unfortunately, rather than portray this positive message, the media often focuses on divisions among Americans on this issue. But this annual rally is not about anger and controversy; it’s about a huge grassroots effort to make our voices heard in support of women and their children.

Though I can’t be in Washington tomorrow, my heart is with the marchers. Those of us who can’t be there can still join them online at the Virtual March for Life. Please follow the link and join the tens of thousands of your fellow Americans who are already marching online. Together we can bear witness to the beauty and blessings of the culture of life.
- Sarah Palin

(Video) Sarah Palin On Hannity And The O'Reilly Factor

Sarah Palin On The O'Reilly Factor

Sarah Palin On Hannity

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Sarah Palin Talks Private Life On The O’Reilly Factor & Hannity Tonight

Wednesday, January 20:
• What does Scott Brown's victory mean for the Democrats' health care bill? Dick Morris weighs in
• Plus, Sarah Palin opens up about her private life!

(Video) Sarah Palin On Greta & Senator Brown Calls Obama Illegitimate Defends Sarah Palin

Michelle Obama's speaking at the Pierson Auditorium of the University of Missouri, Kansas City in 2008:

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Sarah’s latest Twitter Post:

Thank U Mass! Scott Brown supporters worked their butts off & Indpendents chose 2 send DC a message! The rest of America appreciates what MA just did.

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Sarah Palin & Karl Rove Cover MA Election on Greta Tonight

Massachusetts Senate Race: Full coverage of the election, live from Boston! Sarah Palin and Karl Rove break down the results

On The Record

Monday, January 18, 2010

(Photos) Sarah & Bristol Palin: We’re Glad We Chose Life

Denise Spencer, of A Servants Heart Conservative Blog, wrote about the In Touch Weekly spread on Sarah & Bristol Palin: “We’re Glad We Chose Life”
With all the negative press that has been written about Sarah Palin and her family, it was refreshing to read a light, yet informative story about life. The January 25, 2010 issue of In Touch Weekly, includes a great story on how choosing life and being mothers has brough Sarah and her daughter Bristol closer together. Bristol and Sarah spoke candidly to In Touch Weekly about the joys and challenges of raising their boys.

Now , the mother and daughter are sharing a unique experience – raising baby boys together under the same roof, along with Sarah’s husband Todd, and their other children, Willow, 15, and Piper, 8.

Even though Sarah is busier than ever, her family always comes first. Sarah is very proud of Bristol but she doesn’t coddle her or take over her mothering duties. She gives Bristol support, however, Bristol is expected to support Tripp financially as much as possible. “She realized, ‘It’s not about me.’ Everything she does 24/7 is focused on another life.” Bristol works full time at a doctor’s office and attends classes at a local community college. She knows that everything she does is for Tripp and she has no regrets.

Even though Bristol now has a limited social life, she would not change any of it. “I just want him to be happy and healthy” Bristol states. Bristol knows that her situation is not typical. She has a large support network that involves family and friends.

Having Tripp so young was a mistake, Bristol admits: I should have waited. But she can’t imagine her life without him. Tripp is awesome, she says. It’s going to be a special relationship, a special bond. I’m glad I chose life.

Sunday, January 17, 2010

Sarah Palin: Celebrating the Life of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Tomorrow, America honors the memory of one of our greatest – Martin Luther King, Jr. He used his gifts and talents in selfless, mighty ways to mobilize efforts against racial discrimination and is deserving of our honor.

Please take a moment to tell your children about this great man. He fought for liberty and equality because he knew they were God-given and he knew that no government should be empowered to thwart our freedom. King summarized his mission when stating that no one should be judged based on skin color, but by the content of one's character.

Seeming to have a foreboding notion of how quickly life passes, he did not waste time on pettiness. He believed that “the quality, not the longevity, of one’s life is what is important.”

May our children follow in the footsteps of giants like King, who sincerely respected equality.

- Sarah Palin

“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” – MLK

Friday, January 15, 2010

Thursday, January 14, 2010

Sarah Palin: Millions Of Viewers Added To O’Reilly & Beck (Hannity Tonight)

Roger Ailes and Fox News are laughing all the way to the bank by signing Sarah Palin as a paid analyst. Sarah’s 1st first appearance on Fox News pushed Bill O’Reilly’s ratings by 22%.  

Monday, 4,870,000 viewers (combining times). Tuesday, 5,940,000. So he was up 450,000 in the first hour but up 1,070,000 altogether — a 22% gain. 

Though a little scandal might alienate advertisers, it’s pure ratings gold. Last night Glenn Beck had over 3 million viewers at 5pm, second only to O’Reilly for the night.  But, Beck had more 25-54 viewers than O’Reilly (888K to 876K).  I don’t watch or really even care about the cable news wars, but still…wow. Even though Beck airs before primetime,  when there are fewer people watching TV, he had the most 25-54 viewers in the cable news world for the night. Amazing.

Here are the #s (demo in first parentheses) for January 13th:

The O’Reilly Factor – 3,303,000 viewers (876,000) (1,468,000)
Glenn Beck – 3,040,000 viewers (888,000) (1,385,000)
Hannity – 2,592,000 viewers (752,000) (1,158,000) 
On The Record w/ Greta Van Susteren—2,104,000 viewers (577,000) (985,000)
Special Report with Bret Baier– 2,067,000 viewers (463,000) (881,000)
Fox Report w/Shep Smith–1,590,000 viewers (454,000) (729,000)  
Larry King Live—1,182,000 viewers (299,000) (473,000)
Hardball w Chris Matthews—1,123,000 viewers (381,000) (583,000) 
Countdown w/ K. Olbermann– 1,091,000 viewers (320,000) (504,000)

Tonight, Jan 14th 2010, Sarah Palin will be on Hannity and naturally the rating will be through the roof.  It is obviously a smart move by Roger Ailes at Fox News and we will continue to see Fox News grow  and expand.  I am hoping News Corps next acquisition is going to be the once great and profitable New York Times.  We will also see CNN, NBC, LA Times and others continue to consolidate (no more Headline, CNBC etc…) or eliminate services. 

Sarah Palin: Consider Sending Donation To Haiti

On the Tragedy in Haiti.  Todd and I join the world in extending our thoughts and prayers to the victims and families of those so impacted by the earthquake in Haiti. Our hearts are with the people of Haiti as they rebuild their country. Join us in donating to the American Red Cross relief effort. To assist those in need, consider sending a $10 donation to the Red Cross by texting 'Haiti' to 90999.  Redcross Haitian Relief

- Sarah Palin

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Sarah Palin Keynote Speaker In Las Vegas

Washington, D.C.—The Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of America (WSWA) has confirmed Sarah Palin, Governor of Alaska (2006-2009) and 2008 Republican Vice-Presidential Nominee, as the keynote speaker for the opening General Session at its 67th Annual Convention and Expositional, April 6-8, 2010, at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.

“Governor Palin is a great supporter of America’s free enterprise system and understands that industries like the beverage alcohol industry play a key role in driving our national economy. We're proud and honored to welcome her as a speaker,” stated Craig Wolf, WSWA’s president and CEO. “We expect she will share with the convention attendees her analysis of the current political environment and her vision for America’s future,” Wolf added.

The addition of Governor Palin to the General Session will help kick off the convention with a program that also includes the annual presentation of the prestigious Sidney Frank Award and the address of WSWA’s incoming Chairman and National Wine & Spirits, Inc., COO, John Baker. The convention’s speaker roster also includes previously announced closing General Business Session speaker Robert Sands, president and CEO of Constellation Brands, Inc.

Responding to previous convention attendees’ feedback, WSWA has relocated its convention to Caesars Palace to offer attendees, exhibitors and sponsors an exceptional convention experience. With larger floor space and more suite options, the new location better accommodates convention participants and eliminates the need to travel back and forth between two separate hotels.

The event days have also changed to a Tuesday through Thursday format to build in an extra travel day for those who prefer to arrive after Easter Sunday, April 4.


Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Sarah Palin: Lead Republican Party In Taking Back Country From Crypto-Marxists

The American Thinker and Jed Gladstein have an interesting take on Sarah Palin signing up with Fox News:

So, what does this do to the hope that Sarah Palin will spearhead a political renaissance in America (The Palin Palimpsest) and take up residence in the White House in 2012? 

Well, it's a quandary for sure. But, then, a few stray ideas might just make strange bedfellows:
  • Many are saying that Sarah needs to spiff up her repartee a bit and become more adept at the tit-for-tat interaction of professional reportage, and Fox News might just be a good place to do that;
  • The lame stream media lambast Sarah for an alleged deficit in detailed national and international knowledge, and there's no better place to get a head full of that kind of miscellany than television news;
  • If Ronald Reagan's television and radio career helped him package the charisma that landed him in the White House, Fox News might just do the same for Sarah.
For all those who hope to see Sarah lead a "new-made" Republican Party in taking back this country from crypto-Marxists, it is time to say a prayer that Sarah's exposure to the realities of professional news casting doesn't result in political overexposure.

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