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Financial Times: Producers went along with distorted account of Palin pick

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on March 31, 2012

The Financial Times has a very good response to the Game Change hatchet job AT THIS LINK.
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Here is the full text:

Clark S. Judge, Managing Director of the White House Writers Group, penned the following letter to the Financial Times:

 

Sir, In “How Hollywood changed my view of Sarah Palin” (Comment, March 24), Gillian Tett mistakenly accepts the HBO movie Game Change’s account of John McCain’s August 2008 selection of Alaska governor Sarah Palin as his running-mate…..

Mr McCain had a problem with strong conservatives and independents. Each group was bound to see his vice-presidential choice as evidence of whether they could trust him. However, any likely candidate who would attract one was all but certain to alienate the other – except Ms Palin.

We all know how she energises conservatives even today. But in mid-2008 she looked as good a bet to excite nonaligned voters.

In becoming Alaska’s governor, Ms Palin had shown independence and courage, challenging an entrenched establishment of her own party. In her brilliant convention acceptance speech, Ms Palin reached out to both conservatives and independents, and for the next half month the ticket led in the polls….

Ms Palin’s strengths and weaknesses have been, in Ms Tett’s phrase, “twisted by a political machine gone mad” as operatives tried to pass blame for their campaign blunders. But whatever one thinks of her, it is a shame that HBO’s producers went along with that distorted account.

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What if…?

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on March 30, 2012

Acknowledgingthecrowd_searchlightIn all honesty, there’s not a day that goes by that I don’t think of just how different this GOP primary season would have been with Sarah Palin in the mix.  Timothy Stanley, an Oxford University historian, correctly (in my opinion) lays out what this presidential campaign season might have looked like had Governor Sarah Palin declared her candidacy.

 

From CNN:

(CNN) — The Republican presidential primary hasn’t exactly overflowed with talent. In December, it was a roll call of the undesirable Right: Romney, Santorum, Gingrich, Paul, Perry, Huntsman and Bachmann — a list so long and bizarre that Count Dracula could have slipped in on the end and no one would have noticed. Except, as the citizens of Chicago will tell you, the dead always vote Democrat.

Now, we’re down to a final three, discounting Ron Paul, who, I’m guessing, is only staying in the race to collect air miles. Although the talent pool has shrunk, it has gotten no deeper. As Mitt Romney suffers defeat after defeat at the hands of Rick Santorum, whose chances of winning this thing aren’t high, his negatives mount up, and the president looks stronger by the day. The Republican Party is divided and in danger of becoming out of touch.

It didn’t have to be this way. If Sarah Palin had entered the contest, I’d hypothesize two alternative realities. One, she’d have the nomination sewn up by now. Two, she’d be running even in the polls with the president.

What have proved to be problems for the top three candidates wouldn’t have been problems for Palin. For starters, she has none of Newt Gingrich’s intellectual hubris. There’s no way Palin would have promised to put a mine on the moon or suggest arresting judges who make decisions that are too liberal. Her conservatism is far more domestic and down-to-Earth.  More

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Not All Palin Twitter Sites Are What They Seem

Posted by Sarah Palin Web Brigade on March 29, 2012

Most Palin hater sites on Twitter are easy to detect, either by their avatar or their Twitter handle or by the description at the top of their site.  And most faux Palin sites identify themselves as such.

Below are a few Twitter sites that are a bit more deceptive.

These  two sites appear to be standard Palin news sites but tweet negative news about Governor Palin.   Note that their avatars andTwitter handles are similar to those of existing pro-Palin sites.

Sarah Palin

Sarah Palin

@SarahPalinBlogs

Tweets from the world of Sarah Palin
Wasilla, Alaska · http://www.sarah-palin.com/

 

 

Sarah Palin

Sarah Palin

@SarahPalin_news

News about Sarah Palin

United States · http://skeedy.com/news/people/sarah-palin

 

Note that the next two faux Palin sites, currently inactive, use Governor Palin’s avatar and a variation of @SarahPalinUSA. The first one even went to the trouble to use a background that mimicked one of Governor Palin’s earlier sites.

Sarah Palin

Sarah Palin

@Sarah_PalinUSA

Former Governor of Alaska and GOP Vice Presidential Nominee. Misunderstood political genius. Moose enthusiast. Mama Grizzly.

Alaska · http://www.facebook.com/sarahpalin

 

Sarah Palin

Sarah Palin

@Sarah_Palin_USA

American PATRIOT and celebrity former part-term governor!

 

 

This site uses what upon closer inspection turns out to be  a photoshopped version of Governor Palin’s avatar.   It also uses a variation of @SarahPalinUSA.

SarahPlain

SarahPlain

@SarahPalinUSA_

My name is a registered tirade mark!®

 

 

This site is a bit enigmatic. The tweets seem positive enough, but what true Sarah Palin supporter would link to HuffPo?

Sarah Palin

Sarah Palin

@VoteSarahPalin

Former Governor of Alaska and GOP Vice Presidential Nominee. Possibly running for president in 2012.

Alaska, United States! · http://www.huffingtonpost.com/news/sarah-palin

 

This site seems to merely be using the Palin name and photo to draw traffic.

sarah palin

sarah palin

@sarahpalin3

http://lyrics-song.info

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Palin: As Goes Wisconsin, so Goes America; Support Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on March 29, 2012

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Posted to Sarah Palin’s Facebook page earlier today:

 

I look at the far Left’s assault on Wisconsin and I say, “Are you kidding?” As an outsider (albeit an admitted Green Bay fan with family roots in Chippewa Falls), I join millions of Americans watching the political shenanigans in Wisconsin. I am torn between just chuckling at these radical liberal yahoos trying to oust an intelligent administration that is fulfilling its promises, or raising a fist in disgust at people sitting on their thumbs while Governor Walker and Lt. Governor Kleefisch get thrown to the wolves.

Wisconsin, you deserve better than this!

You’re the “Forward” state – part of the breadbasket that feeds America. Deep woods, pristine waters, esteemed academic institutions, and shining cities reside alongside the dairy farms dotting your picturesque landscape carved out by generations of hard working Americans. In their honor, and to assist the other 49 states, please continue to go forward; don’t let 80 million political dollars – from outside special interests – convince you to go backward toward debt, high taxes, unemployment, and shuttered industry.

You don’t have to let those millions of outside dollars flooding your state destroy the records and reputations of your Governor and Lt. Governor, nor should the political dollars dictate your state’s destiny. You have a choice: Retreat, or fight for the positive reform you elected in 2010.

Governor Walker has left the far Left unhinged, so he’s had to amass a war chest to fend off the lies and dirty dealings in the capitol; and, thankfully, it’s predicted he’ll survive his recall.

But the recall fight that is just as important is Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch’s. Please click this link to help her.

She’s being thrown beyond the wolf pack – she’s also under the GOP establishment’s bus because this Tea Party “Mama Grizzly” beat the establishment candidate when she got elected. (And dang, it’s uncomfortable under that chassis!) Rebecca must be thinking, “With friends like these, who needs enemies?” Worse than seeing radical Leftists attack and make things up about a Conservative female opponent is when supporters on the Right sit on their thumbs and act as if there’s nothing they can do to help. Come on! When all else fails you can at least tell the truth! Tell other voters why you supported Rebecca in the first place. Explain her campaign promises and how she has stuck to them and – surprising in today’s political world – is actually fulfilling them. She promised to help balance the budget, cut taxes, build a sound fiscal environment, and provide job opportunities for all Wisconsin residents – not only our union brothers and sisters. She’s setting an example for every other state in the union because responsible state and local governments will be the entities that defend our Republic at a time when there is less and less reason to believe our big centralized federal government will address its self-perpetuated economic problems. More

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Heck Freezes Over (Now That They feel Safe Of Course); CNN :”If Only Palin Had Run”

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on March 29, 2012

UPDATE:  CNN comments further;The GOP needs a Tea Party candidate — either Sarah Palin or someone very like her. Alas, it’s going to have to wait until 2016 to get its rogue.”

(Visit my new site,  PALIN4PRESIDENT 2016, to support just such a concept AT THIS LINK.  Check it out and add your comments to the open forum.)

With thanks to Conservatives4Palin:

Has something frozen over? A positive editorial piece on Palin from CNN?

You be the judge.

“If Only Sarah Palin had run…” by Timothy Stanley

The Republican presidential primary hasn’t exactly overflowed with talent. In December, it was a roll call of the undesirable Right: Romney, Santorum, Gingrich, Paul, Perry, Huntsman and Bachmann — a list so long and bizarre that Count Dracula could have slipped in on the end and no one would have noticed. Except, as the citizens of Chicago will tell you, the dead always vote Democrat.
…..It didn’t have to be this way. If Sarah Palin had entered the contest, I’d hypothesize two alternative realities. One, she’d have the nomination sewn up by now. Two, she’d be running even in the polls with the president.

[…]

That have proved to be problems for the top three candidates wouldn’t have been problems for Palin. For starters, she has none of Newt Gingrich’s intellectual hubris. There’s no way Palin would have promised to put a mine on the moon or suggest arresting judges who make decisions that are too liberal. Her conservatism is far more domestic and down-to-Earth.

[…]

She’s also more disciplined than Santorum. Although we’ll probably be talking about them into the next century, Palin’s only two serious public gaffes in 2008 happened when she was unable to name a newspaper and was stumped by the Bush doctrine, both slips a product of ignorance. Santorum, on the other hand, is guilty of knowing his own mind all too well, offering unwelcome opinions on everything from the evils of hard-core pornography to the racial politics of the Trayvon Martin tragedy.

Read the whole thing AT THIS LINK

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Gov. Palin: God, Guns, the Constitution — Still Clinging

Posted by Sarah Palin Web Brigade on March 29, 2012

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Governor posted this Note on Facebook last evening:

God, Guns, the Constitution – Still Clinging

by Sarah Palin on Wednesday, March 28, 2012 at 10:04pm ·

I found a great book that would be a neat Easter basket addition for grown-up revelers who enjoy reading as much as eating those solid chocolate bunnies and Peeps we’ll thieve from the kids’ baskets on April 8.

Todd Starnes boldly wrote “Dispatches From Bitter America: A Gun Toting, Chicken Eating, Son of a Baptist’s Culture War Stories,” and it couldn’t be more timely. It’s especially relevant because Todd lays out in detail the Obama Administration’s war on religious liberty. In addition to covering the state of the union in general, Todd writes about how the government is turning traditional holidays into politically correct secular celebrations – complete with renaming the White House’s traditional Easter egg hunt to a “Spring Egg” hunt instead.

Much of our nation’s exceptional foundation is rooted in our Judeo-Christian heritage. Many Americans grew up with fond memories of traditional holidays. As we approach the upcoming Easter celebration, we can reflect on this special time of year’s true meaning and the significance the Easter message provides for our country. It’s a message of true hope – real hope – and strong faith. This faith tradition is something many Americans wish to pass on to our children, and there’s nothing “bitter” about this special element of American culture. Understandably, people of faith feel under siege today from the culture, as encroaching attacks on our religious liberties attempt to erode our foundation. Todd sheds light on this and other “fundamental transformation” acts using homespun humor and Twainesque irony.

So, from the White House Christmas tree celebrating a dictator by displaying a Mao Zedong ornament, to intolerant characters bashing the Boy Scouts and burning bibles, many of us are asking, “What’s next?” You can get answers and encouragement all at once by reading Todd’s new book.

Despite President Obama’s claim in San Francisco that working-class Americans “bitterly cling” to guns or religion out of frustration, the truth is we cling to God not because we’re “bitter” but because there’s nothing better. And as for “clinging” to our Second Amendment rights and, in fact, to all of our constitutionally protected liberties…well, you betcha’, we do cling to them proudly.

I recommend Todd’s book for Easter – along with lots of chocolate and marshmallows.

- Sarah Palin

Shout out to our peeps!

Trig and I from 2009

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Chris Bannon: Saddest part of ‘Game Change’ story is Hanks – not Palin

Posted by Sarah Palin Web Brigade on March 28, 2012

From Chris Bannon’s scorching article at Big Hollywood about Tom Hanks and the ‘Game Change’ movie:

Only knowing of the happy Hollywood Hanks that the controlled and produced entertainment image machine conjures, I became very discouraged as I watched his B actor-laden show. Its terribly unflattering presentation of a person with a well documented and highly acclaimed record was just contrary to all of the documented history. The deliberate and obviously calculated character assault just choked the life right out of the film and stifled what could have been a fascinating production. In reality and because of her unprecedented success, Palin had been seen by McCain’s political operatives as the only person in red state America who could save a floundering Presidential run by an aging, over-the-hill war hero and political cast away.

The operatives were right and in real life and in the movie (however so briefly mentioned), the selection worked and re-energized a stale and stalled campaign as the Governor vaulted the team into the lead and ahead of the new guy who looked great and sounded even better. However, you just get a little taste of that story in the film because that would be a distraction from the bigger and more important agenda.

In Hanks’ two-hour TV movie, this highly-successful grass-roots organizer is never depicted in any positive way. Throughout, we are asked to believe that, for a short ten weeks of her life, she suddenly lost the tenacity that earned the former point guard the nickname “Sarah Barracuda.” That for 10 lost weeks in the Fall of 2008 Palin has none of the characteristics that gained her the nickname back home of “The Wasilla Warrior.” That even her amazing public appearances and speeches and her great debate victory over the Senatorial sage, Joe “The Weave” Biden, were all carefully orchestrated scripts. All of this contrarian behavior according to unknown, “deep background,” unsourced and undocumented political insiders.

So, never in the film do we get an inkling of Palin’s anti-establishment, good old boy back breaking exploits that helped gain her the reputation for fighting for the little guy and “Going Rogue” (2 million copies). We are only presented with those deep background, out of the public eye occurrences that just a chosen few would know or witness. A few rare behind-the-scenes events as supposedly relayed from the greasy political mercenary parasites who, during every election cycle, come to feed off of politicians and their financial friends.

Hanks deliberately presents a most unsympathetic and incapable character that is completely contrary to all of her accountings before, during or since. He and his film operatives conjure up a weak, bitchy, often catatonic corpse with few socially redeeming qualities and incapable of any cognizant thoughts of her own.  Detached, depressed and downright rude is the film’s preferred depiction.

Instead of a middle-class mom, Hanks tries to turn Palin into one of those gross, repulsive wives from the reality TV shows of Beverly Hills or the OC; people that tend to live and thrive in Hanks’ materialistic California world. Palin becomes a Peter Sellers-like Chauncey Gardiner from “Being There”  but on hormones. Who was this body-double Hanks wanted us to believe was the same person the rest of us saw during that brutal ten-week mud pull? The actress who pretends to be the Governor is made up to look like Palin, but she talks like Lennie from Steinbeck’s “Of Mice and Men.”

Somehow in Hanks’ film interpretation, the sitting Governor becomes a “Bizarro Palin” where everything in her world was the complete opposite of who she is. Something must have gone terribly wrong in the development of this project for it to drift so far off course. Somehow, some way, it had all boiled down to a favorite target and even then it had gone over the edge and into a deep, dark, bottomless abyss.

How strange, I thought, afterwards. Before Palin arrives in the lower forty-eight for her ten-week national run for the top, she was, by all accounts, a highly successful chief executive and a political shooting star. By age 42, she had been a local council person, won two landslide elections in an Anchorage suburb as Mayor, lost in a primary run for Lt. Governor, been appointed by the standing Governor to sit on the most powerful commission in the State (Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission) from which she resigned on principal because of the cronyism, corruption and conflict within. Took on and whipped the former long-time U.S. Senator and sitting Republican Governor and then did the same to a three-time popular Democratic Governor. Then, after finally getting into the office of Governor, she immediately and relentlessly reformed the corrupt politics of the state and went toe-to-toe with the real power there – “Big Oil” – and by the way, she whopped up on them, too.

What a great story, just like in a great old movie script and the reason why she had an 80 percent approval rating and why she was ultimately called upon to the national stage to try to help snatch victory from a certain defeat. But, in Hanks’ Palin-centric version, that person ceases to exist upon arriving in Arizona for an interview with the McCain camp and never exists again till after the election is done. At least not according to the 3-H club, Heileman, Halperin and Hanks.

As we know now,  after her unsuccessful run for the Vice Presidency, Palin magically gets her mojo back and goes on to become the leader (National Community Organizer) of a new major organic national movement called the Tea Party. During that stint, she took the lead, the heat and the acclaim for spearheading the largest national election landslide in modern political history. With her battle cry of “Game on,” she fashioned a political donnybrook of which we have not seen in generations.

When all the votes were counted, the conservative Republicans won 63 congressional seats and 6  U. S.  Senate seats, multiple governorships and state houses as many hapless establishment Republicans and even more useless Democrats were swept from office in a tidal wave of voter backlash. The Tea Party Revolution was here to stay and its poster girl, Palin, had taken the challenge with no organization and no money and delivered a knockout.

At the end of the day, the mindless, catatonic, whiney, cry baby of a candidate who Hanks and company wants us to buy into, steamrolled the popular sitting President and his power-grabbing Capitol Hill cronies like no one before and she did it for all the world to see.  How lucky for them that none of this talent and chutzpah existed during the lost ten weeks of 2008. That could have been ugly, and Hanks may have never gotten a chance to produce that glitzy infomercial.

That 2010 election stunner verified what the dangerous Klansmen on the left already new. This girl is not conventional, she was incredibly relevant to a lot of folks out there and that makes her a dangerous threat to their enslaving entitlement ways. Therefore, she must be stopped and by any means necessary.  Intimidation, character assassination, fabrication are just a few of the tactics that have been and will be deployed. Bankrupt her, beat her down, destroy her family, go to the ends of the earth to find anyone with a grudge.  Even better,  just make stuff up and call it “deep background.”

Like Clarence Thomas before her, Palin gets an electronic lynching by the mindless media morons and  their special interest shock troops. If successful the slash and burn, march to the sea plan would leave nothing but a smoldering mound of ash where hope and promise had burned so brightly. And now we know, that our Hanks and his little TV film are part and parcel of that dastardly plan.

We thought, based on his pretend film characters and his spotless Hollywood reputation, that he was a man of chivalry, a man who would stand up to injustice and call out the bullies with us. He is, after all, known for his depictions of ordinary characters in extraordinary circumstances. But to our disappointment, Hanks took the low road and went “all in” with the unfortunate dark and corrupt forces of personal destruction.

For his part, Hanks goes above and beyond in his loathing portrayal of someone who, like him, overcame all the odds to achieve the American dream. Hard work, tenacity and determination made Hanks and Palin successful, and nobody ever handed them anything. But those virtues are only vices to Hanks now; a man on a different kind of mission.

The saddest part of this story is not Palin but that of Hanks. You see, he was in charge, and he could have risen to the occasion to be as great a producer as he is an actor. He could have taken this Capra-esque story and seized the moment to be heroic, but he passed on all that to instead be cool and loved and “with” the in-crowd. A great producer would have recognized the opportunity of a lifetime that this whole story presented. A first take on a strong, female character. Great characters in the form of the first African American candidate, a former first lady, the first Republican woman on the ticket and a certified American war hero. All of that in the midst of a world financial meltdown.

Trust me, material like that does not come along very often. But instead, Hanks, with his smirking co-conspirators by his side, decided to reduce it to the tabloid trash that it is and the very stuff he, of all people, should revile the most.

A simple question could have solved all of this. Did Heilemann & Halperin get it right, or did they just hear what they wanted to hear because of their own pre-disposition? Did it ever occur to anyone, especially Hanks, that McCain’s political manager, Steve Schmidt, and crew, ran a terrible campaign for a very marginal candidate and that they, in fact, needed a scape goat to cover their professional tracks ? Did the authors of the book ever wonder why nobody wanted to go on the record ? The whole thing just stinks.

The unfortunate truth here is that nobody in the food chain wanted to know the truth, so everyone involved fell into line and turned all their guns on Palin, no questions asked. By doing so, they have lost any credibility as journalists, as political experts, as filmmakers and honest brokers.

Truth is stranger than fiction and like they say in the news biz … you can’t write this stuff.  I and millions of Tommy’s fans are disgusted by it all. We have been deceived and now we see the real Hanks fully exposed from behind the curtain. He is not the humble, “aw, shucks” guy we have been sold by the Hollywood media machine. He is, in fact, just another pompous, self-important pretender who thinks his unique pretending ability gives him license to pontificate.

Sadly, now, millions of us have taken Hanks off of his pedestal and moved him onto the back shelf as we have had to do with some of our other favorite artists. Yeah, that multi-millionaire perspective on us poor working stiffs is incredibly annoying and inappropriate but then again it seems to be a neat little hobby for the snobby jet-setting crowd. Super rich elite “one percenters” fighting the man and acting like they know something about us and our every day muddled middle-class lives. Spare us the pity and outrage and stop embarrassing yourselves by trying to channel the working class blues from your Malibu mansions. From out here in the hinterland, it looks terribly self serving.

[…]

It’s a free country, and you certainly have the right to state your opinion; but for the record, Tom, where we come from, your high-profile success does not give you the right to manufacture, manipulate and mock someone else’s accomplishments and reputation. We call that a “bully,” and we are the ones who will step in and take on a bully every single time, no matter what.

[…]

Thanks, Tom, for your great performances; it has been a pleasure to witness a master at his craft. I’m just sorry it had to end like this. I am certain you and your cast will win many awards for your unfortunate little film, but like all things Hollywood, it, too, is a phony, fixed outcome created to make the most insecure among us feel relevant and good about themselves. I know you said one time in talking about being successful in the Hollywood that “unless you can be ruthless too, there is a good chance that you are going to disappear off the scene pretty quickly.” Well, you nailed that one, bubba and I’m sure you will get an award nomination in the ruthless category this year.

I am just glad to see that you are still getting quality work with those infomercials. I know it’s not a made-for-TV movie, but a man’s gotta eat. Who knows, this could be a whole new genre for you . No offense intended, Tom, and I hope none is taken. We just see things differently out here in the vast doldrums past Palm Springs. It’s “just the facts, ma’am” as the incorruptible Jack Webb character, Sergeant Joe Friday used to say back in the day.

But in this unfortunate case, the story is not true, and the names were not changed to protect the innocent. But you already knew that.

Read the entire article here.

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Palin 2016 Clothing and Pre-Memorabilia On Sale.Grab ‘Em Before They Are Hot

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on March 28, 2012

The company ZAZZLE which AT THIS LINK knows which way the wind is blowing, and has a great range of Palin 2016 items on sale now. 


Caps/shirts/stickers-some a bit adventurous (Palin-Jindal 2016 for example) but all in the right spirit and right-on. 


I expect that Zazzle will be the go-to on line store post Tampa if Mitt is the nominee.


Here is a sampling but see the rest for yourself-I imagine the Zazzle shop will be a good Christmas site to consider possibly post-Tampa about November 8th.

NB;Neither I nor this site is suggesting that items be purchased nor is there any financial benefit-this is a post to show the enthusiasm there is for Sarah Palin extending out to 2016 (which might be her re-election year !

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Palin: “On The Record” 3/26/12 (Video)

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on March 27, 2012

Governor Sarah Palin appeared “On The Record” with Greta Van Susteren at which time she discussed the “Affordable Care Act” that is now before the Supreme Court of the United States.  Palin also opined on Romneycare and the effect that it will have on the general election process should Mitt Romney become the GOP nominee.

H/T SarahNetToo

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Palin: The Audacity of Obama’s Intentions Revealed

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on March 26, 2012

Sarah_palin25Governor Palin, like many Americans, is expressing concern over remarks that were made by President Obama during what was intended to be a private conversation with Russian President Medvedev. Unfortunately (though fortunate for the American people), Obama’s comments were picked up on a “hot microphone”. Exactly what does President Obama mean by “more flexibility”? Palin speculates on “more flexibility” based upon President Obama’s record.

 

The following was posted to Sarah Palin’s Facebook page earlier today.

Whoever chooses to merely dismiss the significance of today’s exchange between our President and Russia’s President should have their intelligence and patriotism questioned. Let this exchange be a warning to voters: President Obama will have “more flexibility” to weaken us if he’s re-elected in November. He was caught speaking candidly to Russian President Dmitri Medvedev before a “hot mic” today (and surely one must believe he didn’t know the mics were still on; surely he’s not so audacious as to purposefully broadcast his intentions), as reported by ABC’s Jake Tapper. Here’s the exchange:

President Obama: On all these issues, but particularly missile defense, this, this can be solved but it’s important for him to give me space.

President Medvedev: Yeah, I understand. I understand your message about space. Space for you…

President Obama: This is my last election. After my election I have more flexibility.

President Medvedev: I understand. I will transmit this information to Vladimir.

Let’s consider what this “flexibility” might mean. We know that he has repeatedly conceded to foreign demands and backed down on missile defense. I pointed this out as Governor of Alaska when he proposed reducing Alaska’s missile defense system capabilities. I explained then that the President’s proposed military cuts would diminish Alaska’s opportunity to defend the union with our strategic location’s defense infrastructure. We also know that in 2009, as part of his “reset” with Russia, President Obama turned his back on our Eastern European allies by abandoning past promises for a missile shield in Poland and the Czech Republic.

We can’t know for certain what this newly revealed “flexibility” means, but considering President Obama’s past actions, be sure it won’t involve a position of strength for America and our allies. Russia has been thwarting us on one issue after another, including the rushed-through New START Treaty that many of us questioned after Obama insisted America ratify it first, then allow Russia to sit on it – unratified on their end – until it suited that foreign power’s needs.  More

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