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Friday, April 30, 2010

Sarah Palin: Domestic Drilling Why We Can Still Believe

We’ve all been shocked and saddened by the tragic events in the Gulf of Mexico. My heart breaks for coastal residents who are facing fears of the unknown impacts of the oil spill. 
As an Alaskan, I can speak from the heart about the tragedy of an oil spill. For as long as I live, I will never forget the day the Exxon-Valdez ran aground on Bligh Reef and millions of gallons of North Slope crude poured into the waters of our beautiful Prince William Sound. The spill was devastating to so many Alaskans who, like my own family, make their living on the water from our commercial fishing industry. “Heartbreaking” was the word my husband Todd, an Alaska Native and trained oil spill responder, used to describe the scene as we watched it unfold on land and water that we feel is sacred.
Alaskans understand the tragedy of an oil spill, and we’ve taken steps to do all we can to prevent another Exxon tragedy, but we are still pro-development. We still believe in responsible development, which includes drilling to extract energy sources, because we know that there is an inherent link between energy and security, energy and prosperity, and energy and freedom. Production of our own resources means security for America and opportunities for American workers. We need oil, and if we don’t drill for it here, we have to purchase it from countries that not only do not like America and can use energy purchases as a weapon against us, but also do not have the oversight that America has.
In the coming days, there will be hearings to discover the cause of the explosion and the subsequent leak. Actions will be taken to increase oversight to prevent future accidents. Government can and must play an appropriate role here. If a company was lax in its prevention practices, it must be held accountable. It is inexcusable for any oil company to not invest in preventative measures. They must be held accountable or the public will forever distrust the industry. 
This was the position I took as an oil and gas regulator and as Governor of Alaska when my administration ramped up oversight of the oil industry and created a petroleum-systems-integrit
y office to monitor our oil and gas infrastructure for potential environmental risks. I took a lot of heat for the stand I took “against the oil industry” (which is how political adversaries labeled my actions). But we took tough action because there was proof of some improper maintenance of oil infrastructure which I believed was unacceptable. We instituted new oversight and held British Petroleum (BP) financially accountable for poor maintenance practices. We also filed a Friend-of-the-Court brief against Exxon’s interests for its decades-old responsibility to compensate Alaskans affected by the Valdez spill, and I took other actions “against” the industry which ultimately helped hold it accountable. 
All responsible energy development must be accompanied by strict oversight, but even with the strictest oversight in the world, accidents still happen. No human endeavor is ever without risk – whether it’s sending a man to the moon or extracting the necessary resources to fuel our civilization. I repeat the slogan “drill here, drill now” not out of naiveté or disregard for the tragic consequences of oil spills – my family and my state and I know firsthand those consequences. How could I still believe in drilling America’s domestic supply of energy after having seen the devastation of the Exxon-Valdez spill? I continue to believe in it because increased domestic oil production will make us a more secure, prosperous, and peaceful nation. 
Our hearts go out to all Americans along the coast affected by this recent tragedy, especially those who lost family members in the rig explosion, and our prayers go up for a successful recovery. May spill responders be safe.
- Sarah Palin

Thursday, April 29, 2010

The Jewish Daily: Sarah Palin Has Earned Support From Prominent Jews

“She understands that Zionism, which means the Jews should live in the Land of Israel, is a vital force. That’s all.”
Korn is the founder of a new group called Jewish Americans for Sarah Palin, and his efforts are part of some recent Jewish support that has been trickling in the direction of the hockey mom from Wasilla. Even though American Jews have repeatedly disapproved of her in large numbers in poll after poll, giving her abysmally low approval ratings, her recent high-profile jabs at the president have earned her support from some of the most prominent Jewish conservatives today.
Not only does she continue to receive the hearty backing of William Kristol, editor and publisher of The Weekly Standard and contributor to Fox News, but at the end of March, Norman Podhoretz, former editor of Commentary and godfather of the neoconservative movement, took to the op-ed page of The Wall Street Journal to offer a “defense of Sarah Palin.” He compared the ridicule that has greeted her arrival on the national scene to the laughter at Ronald Reagan’s expense when Reagan became the Republican presidential nominee. Podhoretz’s argument boiled down to this: “What she does know — and in this respect, she does resemble Reagan — is that the United States has been a force for good in the world, which is more than Barack Obama, whose IQ is no doubt higher than hers, has yet to learn.”
Podhoretz closed by dramatically proclaiming that he would “rather have Sarah Palin sitting in the Oval Office than Barack Obama.”
But these are neoconservative intellectuals, most of whom — as an article in the January issue of Commentary by Jennifer Rubin illustrated — are spending their time trying to figure out why Palin “rubs Jews the wrong way.” Is there anyone in the American Jewish community at large willing to wear a Palin 2012 button? Korn thinks there is, and it’s this demand he’s hoping to fulfill. 
But with an increasing number of American Jews anxious about what they see as the undue pressure that Obama is applying on Israel, Korn thinks that more of them will come to see Palin’s value.  [...]
He doesn’t hide the fact that, in his eyes, her main strength is just how much she irritates those on the left.“She has the ability to get under the skin of the opponents and particularly this president,” Korn said. “And from the point of view of someone who opposes what this president is doing, particularly on Israel policy, I’m glad that she has that ability.”[…]
And yet, as Palin gains acceptance, however small, in certain Jewish quarters, she undoubtedly becomes more credible for a larger American Jewish audience, of which some members are eager to find a fitting opponent to the president.
Seth Lipsky, former editor of the New York Sun and of this publication, is friendly with Kristol and Podhoretz and shares some of their neoconservative views. He doesn’t offer an endorsement of Palin, but he does welcome the formation of Korn’s group and believes that Palin is “staking out a terrific set of positions.”
Like many others, Palin and the current moment remind Lipsky of an earlier era.

“I’ve been telling people that the situation reminds me a little bit of the 1984 presidential campaign, when Vice President Mondale challenged Reagan,” Lipsky wrote in an e-mail to the Forward. “Mondale discovered that Reagan was under the impression that once an Intercontinental Ballistic Missile was fired, it could be recalled in flight and brought back to base. He ridiculed Reagan mercilessly. I said or wrote at the time that this was the difference between Mondale and Reagan — Mondale knew how the missile worked and Reagan knew whom to point it at. And that’s how I feel about Mrs. Palin. She may not know as many details as some of the other candidates, but she comprehends whom we’re up against.”
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Sarah Palin Endorses Straight-Talking “Hockey Dad” Tom Emmer For MN Governor

A patriotic fiscally conservative “hockey dad” who got his start in politics by serving on his local city councils is running for governor of the great state of Minnesota. His name is Tom Emmer, and I’m proud to support him. 
Tom has based his campaign on three founding principles: “Honoring the Constitution, Expanding Liberty and Fostering Economic Freedom.”
Coming from a working class background, Tom is known as a straight-talker who is unafraid of taking on the challenge of reining in the size and scope of government. A proud father of seven, Tom is in this race for the right reasons – to provide bold, principled leadership that will leave Minnesota fiscally stronger for the next generation. He knows that government overspending is the real obstacle to reform. Tom says, “When a family experiences a change in its income, that family adjusts its budget accordingly. If they have less money, they spend less money. This simple form of money management is completely lost on state government.” It’s common sense statements like that which make Tom such an attractive candidate for Minnesotans who want real reform. 
A family man who wants to leave his kids a better future, a “hockey dad” who once played for the University of Alaska-Fairbanks Nanooks, a patriotic commonsense conservative who wishes to serve for the right reasons – that’s Tom Emmer, and I ask you to join me in supporting him for governor of Minnesota. 
Please visit Tom’s website here, and follow him on Facebook and Twitter. Let’s shake things up with this straight-talking “hockey dad” and his message for reforming government. 

- Sarah Palin

Monday, April 26, 2010

Sarah Palin Endorses Tim Burns (R- PA) The Businessman Vs. The Bureaucrat

In a year when Americans are desperate for job growth and frustrated with the reckless spending in Washington, the candidates running in the special election in Pennsylvania’s 12th Congressional District epitomize the problem and the solution. It’s a race between a career Washington bureaucrat and a small business entrepreneur.

Born and raised in Pennsylvania’s beautiful 12th district, Tim Burns’ story is like that of millions of successful small business owners across the country. He started a pharmaceutical technology company out of the basement of his house and grew it to over 400 employees. He worked hard and gave back generously to his community, in part by starting a charity to help children with special needs. In his spare time, he’s a “hockey dad” coaching his sons’ team. Last year, he attended a local tea party and spoke passionately about the danger that the policies coming out of Washington pose for small business owners like him. Reflecting on that day, Tim said, “I had not considered running until after the tea parties, but I decided that I owed it to my two children, who are 14 and 12, to do something. We’re in a fight for the very life of our country.”

Tim spent his professional life building a business from scratch that employed Pennsylvanians, and now he would like to bring his common sense pro-free market message to Washington. I’m proud to offer my support to Tim Burns in his campaign to bring real job creation to Pennsylvania’s 12th district. Please join me in supporting his campaign. Visit Tim’s website here, and follow him on Facebook and Twitter.

It’s been said many times this year that America is at a crossroads, and the decision we make in November will decide the course of our children’s future. The choice in Pennsylvania’s 12th district couldn’t be more obvious. Let’s send the job-creator to Washington to get this economy moving again.

- Sarah Palin

Friday, April 23, 2010

Sarah Palin: Obama With Partner Goldman Sachs Institutionalizing Crony Capitalism

In the wake of the recent financial meltdown, Americans know that we need reform. Not only have many individuals learned lessons about personal responsibility through this, but we’ve been able to engage in a discussion about government’s appropriate role.
The current debate over financial reform demonstrates what happens when political leaders react to a crisis with a raft of new regulations. First off, the people involved in writing government regulations are often lobbyists from the very industry that the new laws are supposed to regulate, and that’s been the case here. It should surprise no one that financial lobbyists are flocking to DC this week. Of course, the big players who can afford lobbyists work the regulations in their favor, while their smaller competitors are left out in the cold. The result here are regulations that institutionalize the “too big to fail” mentality.
Moreover, the financial reform bill gives regulators the power to pick winners and losers, institutionalizing their ability to decide “which firms to rescue or close, and which creditors to reward and how.” Does anyone doubt that firms with the most lobbyists and the biggest campaign donations will be the ones who get seats in the lifeboat? The president is trying to convince us that he’s taking on the Wall Street “fat cats,” but firms like Goldman Sachs are happy with federal regulation because, as one of their lobbyists recently stated, “We partner with regulators.”
They seem to have a nice relationship with the White House too. Goldman showered nearly a million dollars in campaign contributions on candidate Obama. In fact, J.P. Freire notes that President Obama received about seven times more money from Goldman than President Bush received from Enron. Of course, it’s not just the donations; it’s the revolving door. You’ll find the name Goldman Sachs on many an Obama administration résumé, including Rahm Emanuel’s and Tim Geithner’s chief of staff’s.
We need to be on our guard against such crony capitalism. We fought against distortion of the market in Alaska when we confronted “Big Oil,” or more specifically some of the players in the industry and in political office, who were taking the 49th state for a ride. My administration challenged lax rules that seemed to allow corruption, and we even challenged the largest corporation in the world at the time for not abiding by provisions in contracts it held with the state. When it came time to craft a plan for a natural gas pipeline, we insisted on transparency and a level playing field to ensure fair competition. Our reforms helped reduce politicians’ ability to play favorites and helped clean up corruption. We set up stricter oversight offices and ushered through a bi-partisan ethics reform bill. Far from being against necessary reform, I embrace it. 

Commonsense conservatives acknowledge the need for financial reform and believe that government can play an appropriate role in leveling the playing field and protecting “the dynamism of American capitalism without neglecting the government’s responsibility to protect the American public.” We’re listening closely to the reform discussion in Washington, and we know that government should not burden the market with unnecessary bureaucracy and distorted incentives, nor make a dangerous “too-big-to-fail” mentality the law of the land. 
- Sarah Palin

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Sarah Palin Interview: Will Pursue A Presidential Bid In 2012

Governor Sarah Palin keeps the door wide open to a White House run! In an interview The Governor said she "doesn't know politically what is next for me."  Governor Palin said she will "pursue" a 2012 presidential bid if she decides it's the best way to help the American people with their challenges.
Sarah Palin said her and her family have had an "exciting and full ride" since the 2008 Novermber election. Travels all over America have given her a glimpse of some of the struggles and the greatness of regular Americans.
"If I can help provide some encouragement, some inspiration, some hope for them to get through their battles and make good decisions and get through a challenge, because that's what we've been able to do, then I am going to stay focused on that," 
"Whether that's on a local level in my own little town of Wasilla, or in the Oval Office, if it's right, then we will pursue that."
"I do believe that it is a wise thing for us to put our lives in our Creator's hands," she said. "I put my life into God's hands and say, I'm going to do the best that I can every day to bring positive change to people that perhaps need some help. Need opportunity, too."
"That's what I'm going to do, day to day, not necessarily knowing what will bring to my family, to my country, to my life, in the next year, two years, three years down the road," she added.

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Wednesday, April 21, 2010

(Video) Sarah Palin Vs. ABC News Atheist

Surprise, Surprise: The America Hating atheist media always do their best to create a Sarah Palin controversy but as we all know our political, legal & economic system is based on Christianity. Our religious freedom as individuals, the freedom of any & all organized religions and the separation of church & state can thank our Judaeo–Christian set of beliefs and ethics.

The beauty of Sarah Palin boils down to the effect she has on the left. Two simple words that enrage any liberal - progressive - communists - obama dolt: HOPEY-CHANGEY!

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Jewish Journal: Sarah Palin’s Policies Serious, Substantive & Mainstream - Obama Disgraceful

The Obama administration’s tilt against Israel, its tacit acceptance of a nuclear-armed Iran and its weak approach to combating Islamic terrorism all pose a direct challenge to Jewish Americans.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has described the “Obama doctrine” in U.S. foreign policy as “coddling our enemies while alienating allies.” Palin has emerged as the leading public voice in opposition to President Obama’s dangerous new direction. For these reasons, my colleagues and I are launching a national organization of Jewish Americans for Sarah Palin, supported by the new Web site—Home Page for Jewish Independents.
JASP is comprised of academic, religious and community leaders who are dedicated to promoting consideration of Palin’s policy positions in the wider American Jewish community. We are unconnected to any political campaign or fund-raising organization.
We find Palin’s positions on Israel, Iran, national security, fiscal responsibility, energy and social policy—as well as her record on these issues as governor of Alaska and candidate for vice president of the United States—to be serious, substantive and politically mainstream.
Though not at present a candidate for any office, Palin’s track record in public office has been exemplary and has withstood the test of the most demanding scrutiny of investigative news media. […]
Anti-Defamation League leader Abraham Foxman has raised the prospect of a Jewish march on Washington to protest Obama’s tilt against Israel. World Jewish Congress President Ronald Lauder has taken out full-page ads in major American newspapers to criticize Obama for pressuring Israel to retreat to the “indefensible borders” of 1967. […]

The suddenness of the president’s change in his policies toward Israel, after having campaigned vociferously in 2008 as a friend of the Jewish state, has caught many in the American Jewish community off guard. No longer.
We believe it is time for American Jews to declare independence from President Barack Obama, and we believe that Gov. Sarah Palin’s heartfelt and unflinching support for America-Israel friendship reflects the true spirit of the American people, among whom love and respect for the Jewish state has never faltered.

Monday, April 19, 2010

Sarah Palin’s 60 Minute Peoria Speech: Save Us From Obama

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Sunday, April 18, 2010

(Photos & Video) Sarah Palin Honored With ‘Key To The City’ In Central Illinois

The Washington Post

Washington, IL -- Sarah Palin says she was taken aback to hear President Barack Obama say that America is a military superpower "whether we like it or not."  Palin said Saturday night that Americans like being a dominant superpower. She says she doesn't understand a world view that questions whether people like the fact that America is powerful. 

The former Alaska governor's remarks came in a question-and-answer session after a speech to about 1,100 people in the central Illinois town of Washington.  Obama said earlier this week that the United States must do its best to resolve conflicts around the world before they grow too serious. Otherwise, America might be drawn into the conflicts "because whether we like it or not, we remain a dominant military superpower."
Illinois Review

It was the mayor of Washington Illinois that decided last year he wanted former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin to come to his town just outside Peoria that got Palin into Illinois for her first visit this weekend. […]

Mayor Gary Manier set out to get Palin into his town of 14,000 residents to raise funds for the town's community center and youth scholarships.  Tickets for tonight's dinner will go as high as $200 per person. […]  Palin is coming back to Illinois next month, a guest of 560 AM WIND.  She'll be speaking at the Rosemont Theatre, near O'Hare International Airport in Chicago's western suburbs.
Peoria Journal Star

"So much of the eyes of America are on Peoria and this central region because it is kind of a melting pot of America and there's a great diversity here and an opportunity to disagree without being disagreeable in order to get the best policies, the best ideas implemented," Palin said during the banquet.
Her speech, the inaugural speech in Five Points Washington "Lessons from Leaders" speakers series, was titled "You Don't Need a Title to Make a Difference."

"I'm not necessarily a Sarah Palin fan, but I think people in her position have interesting things to say. After all, she was the governor of Alaska," said Peoria County Sheriff Mike McCoy, a Republican.

3 Photos By Adam Gerik Of The Journal Star

"I'm not necessarily a Joe Biden fan, but I listened to him too when he came to Peoria last month to speak on domestic violence because he has a passion for that and his speech was outstanding." […]

"So much of the eyes of America are on Peoria and this central region because it is kind of a melting pot of America and there's a great diversity here and an opportunity to disagree without being disagreeable in order to get the best policies, the best ideas implemented," Palin said during the banquet.  "I'm not necessarily a Sarah Palin fan, but I think people in her position have interesting things to say. After all, she was the governor of Alaska," said Peoria County Sheriff Mike McCoy, a Republican.
Central Illinois News Center
Whatever you think of Sarah Palin she knows how to draw a crowd. On Saturday, at Five Points in Washington, that crowd numbered 1,100.  Ron and Hazel Dyar came to see Palin speak after she personally replied to a letter they'd sent her.  "We're so proud of it and we have shown this note to many, many people. They just think this is awesome," bragged Mrs. Dyar. […]

"A lot of the eyes of America are on this area looking at what it is that you're doing right," Palin told the crowd from the podium. "Perhaps it will help other communities emulate those things that have been successful here. It is such an honor for me to get to be here. I so appreciate the key to the city."
Palin's message while speaking at Five Points was entitled "You Don't Need A Title To Make A Difference". Her appearance drew plenty of people with titles. "I really don't see why the controversy," said Peoria Mayor Jim Ardis. "Her message is fairly clear. Her message fits in pretty strong in Central Illinois I believe." […]
Many of the people who paid to see Sarah Palin at Five Points would like to see her run for president in 2012. But the guest speaker wasn't talking about that.

Friday, April 16, 2010

Governor Sarah Palin Remains On Fire

RUSH: We have a little Sarah Palin sound bite here. This afternoon in Boston, the national tea party rally.  There's just a portion-of-what she said.
Sarah Palin:  Consequences of these actions, the results are un-American.  Is that what Barack Obama meant when he promised the nation that they would "fundamentally transform America"?  He warned us. He warned us with a playbook that sure seems to me like it's all Alinsky, all the time.  Is this what their "change" is all about?  I want to tell him, "Nah! You know, we'll keep clinging to our Constitution and our guns and religion, and you can keep the change."
CROWD: (cheering)
RUSH: Sarah Palin remains on fire, fighting hard out there.  Guess what?  The Democrats for only the second or third time in history are going to pass on the budget.  They're not going to do any work on the budget before the election.  Now, the budget has to be done -- well, they'll get a continuing resolution. But the budget has to be done by October 1st.  
That's when the fiscal year begins.  But they're not going to touch it. They're going to stay away from it. They're not have any debates, no meetings.  Waxman just canceled a hearing on health care overhaul costs.  I told you. They're not going to have any more conversations about health care, now that they got the bill passed, they're not going to talk about the budget.  "House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer told reporters today that Democrats may not be able to pass an actual budget resolution this year because too many members will be skittish about voting for a budget with such a gaping deficit during election season, The Hill  reports. 
Theoretically speaking, Congress is supposed to pass a budget resolution each year, but it can get away without passing one. When Republicans were in control, there were a number of years during which they failed to pass a budget. At the same time, Democrats" made a big deal out of it. They do not want any negatives whatsoever because they know the tea parties are all fired up, and trying to limit the damage. 

Sarah Palin To Obama: Is A Strong America A Problem? Lack Of Faith In America?

Asked this week about his faltering efforts to advance the Middle East peace process, President Obama did something remarkable. In front of some 47 foreign leaders and hundreds of reporters from all over the world, President Obama said that “whether we like it or not, we remain a dominant military superpower.” 
Whether we like it or not? Most Americans do like it. America’s military may be one of the greatest forces for good the world has ever seen, liberating countless millions from tyranny, slavery, and oppression over the last 234 years. As a dominant superpower, the United States has won wars hot and cold; our military has advanced the cause of freedom in Iraq and Afghanistan and kept authoritarian powers like Russian and China in check. 

Photo By Michelle Shepard / Toronto Star
It is in America’s and the world’s interests for our country to remain a dominant military superpower, but under our great country’s new leadership that dominance seems to be slipping away. President Obama has ended production of the F-22, the most advanced fighter jet this country has ever built. He’s gutted our missile defense program by eliminating shield resources in strategic places including Alaska. And he’s ended the program to build a new generation of nuclear weapons that would have ensured the reliability of our nuclear deterrent well into the future. All this is in the context of the country’s unsustainable debt that could further limit defense spending. As one defense expert recently explained:
The president is looking to eliminate the last vestiges of the Reagan-era buildup. Once the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are “ended” (not “won”), the arms control treaties signed, and defense budgets held at historic lows while social entitlements and debt service rise to near-European levels, the era of American superpower will have passed.
The truth is this: by his actions we see a president who seems to be much more comfortable with an American military that isn’t quite so dominant and who feels the need to apologize for America when he travels overseas. Could it be a lack of faith in American exceptionalism? The fact is that America and our allies are safer when we are a dominant military superpower – whether President Obama likes it or not.
- Sarah Palin

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Palin - Romney 2012: Formidable Ticket & The Best Of Both Worlds

“Sounds pretty good,” Palin declared at yesterday’s Tea Party Express rally on the Common when asked about pairing up with the former Bay State governor - giving the idea a big thumbs-up as she left the stage after her headline speech.
Last night, as Palin stopped for cannoli at Mike’s Pastry in the North End, she said she was “serious” about the idea. “I have a lot of respect for Mitt,” she told the Herald.  Asked who would be on top of the ticket, Palin roared, “Ha! I haven’t even thought that far ahead yet.” […]

“Mitt Romney respects Sarah Palin and he appreciates the contributions she makes to the party,” said Romney spokesman Eric Fehrnstrom. “But his immediate focus is on helping Republicans win back the Congress in 2010.” Some veteran political observers were intrigued by the notion of the two telegenic former GOP governors on the same ticket.
“They both have a lot they can offer a campaign,” said Douglas Lorenz, a California-based GOP consultant. “Romney has the experience as a governor and experience as a candidate for president, and when you combine that with Sarah Palin’s ability to get people motivated, that could definitely be a formidable ticket.”
Republican gubernatorial candidate Christy Mihos called the matchup “the best of both worlds.” “They both come at it from totally different parts of the spectrum,” said Mihos, who attended yesterday’s Tea Party rally. “One deals on a gut level with people and the other is highly successful on the business end of things.” […]
State Treasurer Tim Cahill, who also is running for governor as an independent, joked that a prospective alliance between Palin and Romney would “a good-looking ticket.”
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Wednesday, April 14, 2010

(Local News Video) Sarah Palin Speaks At Boston Tea Party Today (Watch Live Video Stream, 2 options)

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Boston, MA -- Sarah Palin will be in Boston on Wednesday morning as part of a Tea Party rally.
Crews began setting up for the rally Tuesday on the Boston Common."I'm excited about it. She hasn't been in Massachusetts in awhile. She's my hero. I've seen her several times before. I'm just enthralled that she's coming here," said Amelia Bosley, who will be attending the event.
Palin will be the keynote speaker.
The conservative event is lead by a group called the Tea Party Express. The day is expected to feature patriotic music, a raffle and various speakers.
Palin was in Louisiana last week, where she was a keynote speaker at another conservative convention.

At that event, she gave solutions to our energy problems and the economy. She criticized the Obama administration for increasing government spending and weakening our defenses. She also told the people there they'll have the opportunity to change the way the country is run when they vote this fall.
Tens of thousands are expected to come out to listen to Palin speak and several other speakers.  
Her speech at the rally is planned for Wednesday at 10:40 a.m. will stream the speech live.

Boston, MA
Wednesday, April 14th at 10:00 am & Sarah Palin at 10:40 am
Rally Location:
Boston Common
Charles Street at Beacon Street
Boston, MA
Special Guests:
Michael Graham, 96.9 Boston Talks
Jim Martin, 60-Plus
Victoria Jackson, NBC’s Saturday Night Live
Jim Labriola, ABC’s Home Improvement

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Governor Palin’s Nuclear Experience Vs Obama

Has President Obama ever stepped foot on a missle defense base or even seen an interceptor? Here are some interesting facts that you can add to Governor Palin's expertise. Knowing these facts and keeping them in a folder of Palin's accomplishments will be good for the upcoming 2012 election.
Governor Palin and the 50th Law
"It's unbelievable. Unbelievable. No administration in America's history would, I think, ever have considered such a step that we just found out President Obama is supporting today. It's kind of like getting out there on a playground, a bunch of kids, getting ready to fight, and one of the kids saying, 'Go ahead, punch me in the face and I'm not going to retaliate. Go ahead and do what you want to with me.' –Sarah Palin, April 7, 2010, on “Hannity”
Have you read The 50th Law, by Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson and Robert Greene? Released in 2009, it is among the best nonfiction books I read that were released last year. The 50th law, if you’re curious, is fear nothing. It’s been my contention that Gov. Palin either intuitively understands the lessons taught in Robert Greene’s series on strategy, or she’s running a parallel set and has become, without knowing it, his most gifted student.
Quote from The 50th Law…The way I learned it, the kid in the school yard who doesn’t want to fight always leaves with a black eye. If you indicate you’ll do anything to avoid trouble, that’s when you get trouble. –Curtis
“50 Cent” Jackson, The 50
th Law (HarperStudio 2009)
Educated in Classics, Robert Greene has written four book about strategy: The 48 Laws of Power, The 33 Strategies of War, The Art of Seduction and The 50th Law, the most recent co-written by Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, best known as a rapper whose albums you’ve probably tried to keep out of your children’s hands. They are, among other things, a treasure-trove for geeks like me. 
Governor Palin’s Nuclear Experience:
Alaska is home to the 49th Missile Defense Battalion at Fort Greely which has 26 missilie interceptors, maintained by members of the Alaskan National Guard. All of whom served directly under Governor Sarah Palin’s command. She was in charge of that facility, therefore I’m pretty sure she knows a thing or two about “nuclear issues.”
Then there is A.B. Culvahouse, former counsel to President Reagan, told an audience of Republicans that for McCain, selecting a vice president came down to three questions:
1. Why do you want to be vice president? 
2. Are you prepared to use nuclear weapons? 
3. And the CIA has identified Osama bin Laden, but if you take the shot there will be multiple civilian casualties. Do you take the shot?
“She knocked those questions out of the park,” he said at an event held at the National Press Club by the Republican National Lawyers Association. “We came away impressed", said Culvahouse
It seems the seasoned and knowledgeable Culvahouse thought Governor Palin had the right temperament and enough ‘expertise’ to make important nuclear related judgments.
A video of Obama saying what he would do with the nuclear program.

“I am deeply concerned with North Korea’s development and testing program which has clear potential of impacting Alaska, a sovereign state of the United States, with a potentially nuclear armed warhead,” Governor Palin said. “I can’t emphasize enough how important it is that we continue to develop and perfect the global missile defense network. Alaska’s strategic location and the system in place here have proven invaluable in defending the nation.”

We are reminded of the fact Ft Greely, Alaska is the site of our nation’s only ground based missile defense complex and the fact Sarah Palin has bi-partisan concern for Obama’s reckless attempt to cut funding for the facility by $1.4 billion:
“Our early opposition to reduced funding for the Missile Defense Agency is proving to be well-founded during this turbulent time,” Governor Palin said. “I continue to support the development and implementation of a defensive missile shield based in Alaska. We are strategically placed to defend the critical assets of the United States and our allies in the Pacific Theater.”
Then there is the Kodiak Launch Complex which is a commercial rocket launch facility for sub-orbital and orbital space launch vehicles owned and operated by the Alaska Aerospace Development Corporation, a public corporation of the State of Alaska.
GMD Missile Defense Fort Greely


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