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Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Gov Palin: L'shanah tovah! Happy New Year!

We wish our friends in the Jewish community a shanah tovah u'metukah – a happy and sweet new year!

Rosh Hashanah is the time for new beginnings and, for me personally, I’ve always considered the new season as providing an opportunity for clear thinking about priorities.

God bless our Jewish friends, and may Israel be blessed with peace and strength as she continues to innovate and prosper and befriend our own great nation.

May this new year be filled with manifestations of our respect for our ally Israel and our nation’s Judeo-Christian foundations.

- Sarah Palin

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

(Video) Gov Palin on Hannity: Democrats Will Realize Obama Must Be Primaried

Sarah Palin on 'Hannity' Part 1
Sep 20, 2011 - 5:33 -
Former Alaska governor weighs in on 2012 candidates

Sarah Palin on 'Hannity' Part 2
Sep 20, 2011 - 3:13 -
Former Alaska governor weighs in on 2012 candidates

Rhetoric of Class Warfare
Sep 20, 2011 - 6:30 -
Sarah Palin reacts to president's latest tax intiative

Friday, September 9, 2011

(Video) Palin on GOP Debate: Candidates Not Able To Pivot, Got Played By MSNBC

Sarah Palin on 'America Live'
Sep 9, 2011 - 7:26 - 
Former Alaska governor reacts to President Obama's jobs proposal

Palin's Take on Perry at GOP Debate
Sep 9, 2011 - 5:59 - 
Sarah Palin weighs in on Texas governor's performance

Monday, September 5, 2011

(Video) Palin At The Tea Party Rally Manchester, NH Labor Day

Governor Palin Wraps Up 4 Day Hawkeye & Granite State Trip

Just wrapping up an awesome four day trip to the Hawkeye and Granite States. Visiting with residents there it's easy to see why they play such an important role in vetting America's leaders. Todd and I were able to interact directly with informed Americans and hear their concerns first hand outside the media spin.
Yesterday morning I joined the "Jump Right in and Run" half marathon in Storm Lake, Iowa and last night in Manchester, New Hampshire we enjoyed a lovely dinner at the Puritan Back Room. The local folks we met with were wonderfully nice and true American patriots. Their concerns were common - the massive burden of government on small businesses, the abysmal economic and employment rate and their strong desire to restore America.
These good folks are tired of politics as usual; Tired of being spoon-fed by packaged politicos and tired of the twisted sound bites and 30-second ads. They want solutions and they deserve strong, honest leadership.
Thank you to the citizens of Iowa and New Hampshire for your hospitality, your thoughtful questions and picking up where the media left off in vetting and challenging us all on our vision for America's future.
Have a safe and happy Labor Day.  We will see you again soon.
- Sarah Palin

Friday, September 2, 2011

Palin to Target "Crony Capitalism" (Perry) in Iowa

DES MOINES, Iowa -- Though she won't be a candidate when she delivers a major address at a tea party rally in Iowa on Saturday, Sarah Palin will make it clear that she if enters the presidential race later this month she will vociferously challenge Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s engrained image of solidarity with the tea party movement.
In her speech at the bucolic National Balloon Classic field in Indianola, Palin will lean on loaded phrases like “crony capitalism” and “permanent political class” in laying out her view of the U.S. political system’s deep-rooted ills, according to a source close to Palin and familiar with the content of the speech.
Though she will not call Perry out by name, Palin’s carefully couched rhetoric will leave the impression that she may soon draw more overt attention to one of the Texan’s potential vulnerabilities as a candidate: his history of doling out plum positions and other benefits to generous campaign donors during his nearly 11-year tenure as the nation’s longest serving governor. […]
In another likely indication that she still has her sights set on a White House run, Palin will also tout her record as governor of Alaska, particularly in ushering in what an aide described as “sudden and relentless reform” to state government.
“She’ll also address her own record in the sense that she has fought the powers that be her entire career in taking on the political machine and a corrupt political class in her own state,” the aide said. […]
In her speech Saturday, Palin will “more clearly” and “more boldly” offer policy prescriptions that she has laid out in Facebook posts over the past few months.
But the crux of her approximately 30-minute address will be to challenge the longstanding mores that have ruled Washington and the national Republican Party.
“Part of what she will address is . . . that tea party-elected people want to get things done, and then they encounter an intractable political mentality in D.C.,” the aide said. “They’re impervious to real reform, and that can’t continue any longer.”
Palin’s speech on Saturday, which has been advertised as a major address, will be even more closely watched after the recent drama between her staff and the leadership of the Tea Party of America -- the group hosting the event.


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