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Archive for December 17th, 2009

Smack down Mr. Robinson…you can’t mess with a ‘cuda

Posted by Denise Spencer on December 17, 2009

In Sarah Palin’s FaceBook post today, she lets us know that she is fed up with the spin that some “writers” put on her words. It is almost humorous the way they so called reporters like to make thing up and read more into Sarah’s words than is there. She is plain spoken, there is no need to second guess what she means because she tells you out right unlike the politicians who can’t say anything without a teleprompter!

My Letter to the Washington Post
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Letter to the Editor
Washington Post
Thursday, December 17, 2009

I’d like to thank Eugene Robinson for highlighting Alaska’s achievements on climate change [“Palin’s own ‘Climate- gate,’” op-ed, Dec. 15] and for noting that I’ve “treated the issue as serious, complex, and worthy of urgent attention,” while making “any number of pragmatic, reasonable, smart decisions as governor.” But he’s wrong to suggest that my views have somehow changed or that now I’ll have to “renounce” my past efforts.

Once again: I don’t deny that climate change is real. In creating a sub-cabinet to deal specifically with the issue, I said that “Alaska’s climate change strategy must be built on sound science and the best available facts and must recognize Alaska’s interest in economic growth and the development of its resources.” That goal made sense to me then, and it makes sense to me now.

Mr. Robinson tries to make hay out of the fact that I asked the group to advise me regarding opportunities to participate in “carbon-trading markets.” But considering voluntary participation in carbon-trading programs is much different from endorsing the economically disastrous cap-and-tax proposals put forward by Democrats in Washington. Those proposals will burden our job creators and raise energy prices for all of us, and that’s why I oppose them.

As governor of Alaska, I sought common-sense solutions that took real-world costs and benefits into account. That’s what I’m looking for now. But that’s not what’s on the table in Washington or in Copenhagen.

Sarah Palin, Wasilla, Alaska

The writer, governor of Alaska from 2006 to 2009, was the 2008 Republican nominee for vice president.

This just proves once again that most reporters would rather kiss up to the left than report the news to the people. When will it ever stop? My guess is that the more popular Sarah becomes the more they will attack her but you know what…she isn’t going to be scared off easily. She is the heart and soul of what the Tea Party movement stands for. She is real…genuine…a straight shooter…and most of all isn’t in it for fame and money, she is in this fight to uphold the principles of our Constitution. All I can say is…Run Sarah Run!

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John Kerry: Palin, Tea Party are threats

Posted by northstarliberty on December 17, 2009

“If you think this movement is more circus sideshow than actual threat, you’d be mistaken. Republican candidates are falling all over each other to get [Sarah] Palin’s endorsement, and the tea party movement is responding. Money is pouring in.

“Either we match the passion and activism of these new forces in the Republican Party, or they’ll be choosing who’s sitting in the Senate, steering our country’s course…And the loss of even one or two would flip crucial votes in their favor and doom President Obama’s agenda [author’s emphasis]…The best chance we’ve had in generations to make positive change will have ended.” —Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.), in a recent Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee fundraising letter

Because she is not currently holding or running for elected office (while having not ruled out the possibility), Gov. Palin is free to speak her mind and help conservatives get elected across the country. From now and into 2010 is the perfect time to leverage Palin’s rising popularity and influence. Help “doom President Obama’s agenda.” Donate to SarahPAC.

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Why Going Rogue was Good for Palin’s Career

Posted by loricalabrese on December 17, 2009

Sarah Palin who was criticized for stepping down as the Governor of Alaska has proved that “Going Rogue” can be great for a career. Hitting 33 cities in 25 states is not your usual book tour, but the best-selling author behind the book is not your typical author.

Since hitting newsstands Nov. 17, Going Rogue has spent three weeks at No. 1 on USA TODAY’s best-seller list, matching the record for political memoirs, set by retired general Colin Powell in 1995. Publisher HarperCollins says it has gone back to the presses 13 times to keep up with demand and now has 2.8 million copies of Palin’s book in print.

Despite losing the vice presidential candidacy, Sarah Palin turned a negative into a positive by publishing her memoirs and explaining, without a media spin, her take on a whirlwind rise to fame and time in the political spotlight.

The book tour has raised Palin’s popularity to an all time high. Palin gave no interviews to local newspapers or television stations along the way, but it didn’t stop the attention the tour received. When Palin did grant an interview, she took the media by storm. Palin boosted Oprah Winfrey’s ratings by 68 percent, giving the show its best ratings in two years. And Palin recently put Tina Fey to shame in a brilliantly conceived skit on The Tonight Show that garnered much praise. The more she gets herself out there, it’s obvious the more comfortable Palin gets in front of the camera.

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