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Archive for April 18th, 2010

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

Posted by citizens4palin on April 18, 2010

The Washington Post

By Christopher Willis: Palin taken aback by Obama ‘superpower’ remark

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

By Fran Eaton: Palin Raises Funds For Washington IL Community Center

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.

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Peoria Journal Star

By Karen McDonald: Palin wraps up speech after extolling Peoria diversity

“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.

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“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

By Marc Strauss: Sarah Palin Packs Five Points In Washington

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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.

Original Post From Citizen Palin 4 President:

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

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Happy Birthday, Trig – the Places You’ll Go!

Posted by Dr. Fay on April 18, 2010

This Slideshow was created on April 18, 2010 and is updated every time new photos are added.

Trig, the places you’ve been, and the places you’ll go!  Since the first time we first saw you as an infant on the national stage until today as you turn two years old, we’ve watched you grow into a little boy who has touched many hearts along the way.  We are so thankful that your Mom chose life and gave us the opportunity to watch such a special little boy grow up! 
Our authors at the Sarah Palin Information Blog and the members of the Sarah Palin Web Brigade wish you a very happy birthday, filled with fun and good things.  May you have many more happy birthdays, and may God bestow his blessings upon you each step of the way.  Happy birthday, Trig!

Oh, the Places You’ll Go!

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Happy Second Birthday, Trig Palin

Posted by Adrienne Ross on April 18, 2010

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

Happy Birthday, Trig Palin!

Governor Palin tweeted the following picture of Trig:

Unfortunately, some people–and I use the term lightly–have decided to post disgusting comments where the governor has posted Trig’s picture. How do they live with themselves? Yet some of these same people will whine and complain that we’re the ones promoting hate. They will reap what they have sown.

Thank God most people are leaving loving well-wishes for Trig, and I added my own.

The truth is Trig Palin is a blessing and a gift from God. The fact that he is has totally transformed my way of thinking, and I am so glad his parents have shared him with the world. He has been created in the Father’s image and covered in His love.

Below is a full post I published in December called “Trig Palin’s Testimony.” It deserves to be copied and pasted here on his birthday.

(Video H/T Sinistar)

When I see Trig Palin, I smile. When I see him smiling and playing around with his father–as he is in the video–and kissing his mother–as he is in the picture–I smile even more.

Trig is a testimony to the beauty and value of all God’s children. I thank God for families, like the Palins, who recognized from the beginning that “every good and every perfect gift” comes from God.

I shake my head when I think about this startling statistic: 90% of Down Syndrome babies are aborted. Look at Trig’s smile, hear his giggle, sense how much his father loves him, feel how much he loves his mom–and tell me he’s not worthy of “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.” You can’t, because he is, as is every single life.

Thank God for His wisdom; He gave Trig to just the right family.

Happy second birthday, Trig. The best is yet to come!

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Happy Birthday Trig Paxson Van Palin

Posted by Ron Devito on April 18, 2010

Happy Birthday Trig! May your sweet spirit that’s shared w/others who are touched in special ways keep us looking up! Rom. 8:31 is for them! – Sarah Palin via Twitter.

References:

Palin, S. L. H. (2010, April 18). Happy Birthday Trig. Twitter, Sarah Palin. Retrieved April 18, 2010 from: http://twitter.com/SarahPalinUSA/status/12400282566

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