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Archive for August 2nd, 2010

Joe Miller, the True Conservative Choice (w/ Radio Ad)

Posted by Adrienne Ross on August 2, 2010

By Adrienne Ross –

A true conservative from the state of Alaska is running for United States Senate. Joe Miller is that conservative, and he is positioned to unseat Lisa Murkowski whose record shows her to be anything but in touch with the people who sent her to Washington to represent their best interests. Rather than standing up for conservative values, she has demonstrated a Liberal bent that is not what the people of her state expected of her. This is just one reason it’s Miller Time!

Listen to this radio ad which includes audio of Lisa Murkowski stating that American taxpayers are not concerned about the amount of money Congress is spending. Her attitude is precisely the problem in Washington today, precisely why common sense conservatives are counting down the days to the November mid-term elections, and precisely why Governor Palin endorsed Joe Miller.

So what are Alaskans saying? My friend, Tracey Porreca, in her article, “Another reason I’m voting for Joe Miller,” gives her take on why America needs Miller in and Murkowski out. Read her article here.

Perhaps Murkowski’s unacceptable voting record can best be understood by taking a look at the grades she’s received from various prominent conservative organizations:

Freedom Works – F (50%)
National Taxpayer’s Union – D (63%)
Citizens Against Government Waste – F (54%)
Senate Conservatives Fund – F (50%)
Eagle Forum – D (63%)
American Family Association – F (33%)
Family Research Council – F (55%)
US Border Control – F (33%)

Murkowski’s grades beg this question: is this the best we can do? The answer is a resounding, “No!” Not when there’s a better a choice. Joe Miller is that choice. Alaskans, your vote impacts the entire nation. Vote Joe Miller in the August 24th Primary.

Visit Joe Miller’s website at, and follow him on Facebook and Twitter.

(Thanks to Kristi J. King for help with audio)

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Top ten Sarah Palin Facebook notes

Posted by loricalabrese on August 2, 2010

Sarah Palin at the Time 100 Gala in Manhattan, May 4, 2010. (Photo by David Shankbone)

Sarah Palin reached a milestone last Thursday when her Facebook page surpassed two million followers. Although many politicians are becoming more web savvy, Palin has cornered the market, leveraging her brand and voicing her opinion through Facebook. Whenever a Facebook post by Palin appears, it’s certain to receive national media attention, shake up a political race, draw thousands of comments and spark criticism.

To celebrate Palin’s milestone, let’s take a look back at some of the former Governor of Alaska’s most memorable and controversial Facebook notes:

10. Israeli Flotilla: Don’t Take Mainstream Media Coverage at Face Value
Via Facebook, Palin weighed in on the Israeli Flotilla incident and slammed lamestream media for its coverage. Palin, not afraid to speak of the event, cut to the chase and described what the so-called Gaza Flotilla was really about. . .

Palin said, “As far too many in the media, and in various governments, rush to condemn Israel, we must put the recent events off Israel’s coast into the right perspective. This “relief” convoy was not about humanitarian aid, as the liberal mainstream media keeps reporting. The whole operation was designed to provoke Israel, not to provide supplies to Palestinians held hostage by Hamas terrorists in Gaza. Anyone who sees the video of Israeli commandos being attacked as they land on that ship knows the people aboard were vicious thugs, not “peace activists.” The media insults our intelligence with their outright mischaracterization of who these enemies are.”

9.  Extreme Enviros: Drill, Baby, Drill in ANWR–Now Do You Get It?
Sarah Palin took to the social network to make the case that it’s time to drill in the Alaska National Wildlife Reserve and that environmentalists who oppose offshore or onshore drilling are locking up safer drilling areas. This was just one of several comments about the oil spill Palin made that caused quite a stir.

Palin said, “Radical environmentalists: you are damaging the planet with your efforts to lock up safer drilling areas. There’s nothing clean and green about your misguided, nonsensical radicalism, and Americans are on to you as we question your true motives.”

8. Sarah Palin: Mr. President, do your job. Secure our border
Palin appealed to the American spirit of unity in asking for national support for Arizona as it looks to secure its southern border with Mexico, something she believes the federal government — led by President Barack Obama — has failed to do.

Palin said, “Erasing U.S. borders will destroy our country as we become less safe – and this national security issue is what Arizona and other border states are addressing with reinforcement of federal immigration laws. They have to do it because the feds aren’t doing it.”

7. Less Talkin’, More Kickin’
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin said President Barack Obama’s acknowledgment that he hasn’t directly spoken to BP’s chief executive shows it “bodes well to have some sort of executive experience before occupying the Oval Office.”

Palin went on to outline her experience and she urged Obama to contact experts, including those in Alaska, who have held oil companies accountable.

“Give them a call,” she wrote. “Or, what the heck, give me a call.”

6. Mr. President: Boycott Copenhagen: Investigate your Climate Change ‘Experts’
Sarah Palin said President Barack Obama should reverse plans to attend the Copenhagen climate summit in light of hacked e-mails among climate scientists recently made public.

Palin attacked what she called “junk science and doomsday scare tactics pushed by an environmental priesthood that capitalizes on the public’s worry and makes them feel that owning an SUV is a ‘sin’ against the planet.”

This post sparked criticism from Arnold Schwarzenegger and Al Gore who labeled her call for a boycott, “Nonsense talk.”

5.  An Intolerable Mistake on Hallowed Ground
Sarah Palin plunged into the raging debate over a proposed Islamic community center and mosque two blocks from Ground Zero in lower Manhattan,

Palin said, “Many Americans, myself included, feel it would be an intolerable and tragic mistake to allow such a project sponsored by such an individual to go forward on such hallowed ground. This is nothing close to “religious intolerance,” it’s just common decency.”

The controversial post made national news, sparked debate with Mayor Bloomberg, and made news days later when it disappeared off Facebook, who apologized for the mistake. That shouldn’t have happened, Facebook officials said, giving this explanation: “The note in question did not violate our content standards but was removed by an automated system. We’re always working to improve our processes and we apologize for any inconvenience this caused.”

4. Are You Capable of Decency, Rahm Emanuel?
Sarah Palin launched an unusual, personal attack on the chief of staff, Rahm Emanuel, in response to a report that he’d dismissed progressives’ attempts to pressure Senate centrists as “retarded.”

Palin said, “This isn’t about politics; it’s about decency. I am not speaking as a political figure but as a parent and as an everyday American wanting my child to grow up in a country free from mindless prejudice and discrimination, free from gratuitous insults of people who are ostensibly smart enough to know better… Have you no sense of decency, sir? Mr. President, you can do better, and our country deserves better.”

3. Don’t Get Demoralized! Get Organized! Take Back the 20
The former Alaska governor rallied the base on her Facebook page in a pitch to raise money to oust Democrats from 20 House seats across the nation. Sarah Palin posted a map, showing cross hairs over the districts of Democrats who voted for health care reform in districts that Republicans carried.

“With the President signing this unwanted and ‘transformative’ government takeover of our health care system with promises impossible to keep, let’s not get discouraged,” she wrote. “Don’t get demoralized,” her statement said. “Get organized!”

Amidst the heightened tensions and threats of security against members of Congress that followed the passing of health care, Palin’s post to take back the 20 had some pundits targeting Sarah Palin as an example of irresponsible fan flaming.

2. Just When Ya’ Think It Can’t Get Any More “Interesting”–Welcome, Neighbor
Many journalists choose to cover the ever-evolving celebrity of Sarah Palin, but only one man — author Joe McGinniss — has gone so far as to actually rent the house next door to the Palin’s residence in Wasilla, Alaska. But leave it to Palin to take to her Facebook page and publicly welcome her new neighbor.

“We’re sure to have a doozey to look forward to with this treasure he’s penning. Wonder what kind of material he’ll gather while overlooking Piper’s bedroom, my little garden, and the family’s swimming hole?”

1. Statement on the Current Health Care Debate
Sarah Palin unleashed an attack on the Obama admnistration’s health care plan, calling it “downright evil.”

Palin said, “The America I know and love is not one in which my parents or my baby with Down Syndrome will have to stand in front of Obama’s “death panel” so his bureaucrats can decide, based on a subjective judgment of their “level of productivity in society,” whether they are worthy of health care. Such a system is downright evil.”

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Sarah Palin Legal Defense Fund “Flight” at Reagan National

Posted by Ron Devito on August 2, 2010

US 4 Palin “Fly Sarah from Wasilla to Washington” Campaign
“Sarah” is now in Washginton, DC

Journey is Complete

How to “Fly ‘Sarah’ from Wasilla to Washington”

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Let’s help the Sarah Palin Legal Defense Fund reach new heights and get Gov. Palin to Washington!


Laura was sitting in the flight operations building. She had gotten weather information, filed her flight plan, pre-flighted and ran the plane up and shut down. She reviewed the DC airspace procedures one last time. She recalled that “Sarah” had written in Going Rogue that she never seen a replay of her own GOP 2008 convention speech. Laura was going to correct that. They had watched Reagan’s Time of Choosing speech back in La Crosse….

Laura had the YouTube video ready to go on her own laptop, which she connected to the office’s big flat screen. “Sarah” entered. After greeting each other, Laura told “Sarah” she had to step away for a few minutes and started the 46-minute video.

She returned about five minutes later and sat with “Sarah” to watch the rest of the video. “Thank you, Laura!” she said when it was over.

Laura’s voice quivered slightly, “Sarah, it’s time.” Laura did not want to think about the farewell that was to be in two short hours. But, the entire point of the journey boiled down to this final flight after all. In essence, that farewell was the point. Laura had a job to do. They went to the plane, started up, and Laura got the clearance.

Providential US Airways Dash-8 Q100

To “Sarah’s” right was a US Airways Dash-8 Q100 (Ed. Note: see Ron Devito Rochester Book Signings Part I and VI for significance of this).

Cleared for Takeoff

The flight would take off to the southwest then turn east climbing to 7,000 feet.

Over West Virginia

The flight paralleled Pennsylvania’s southern border, entering then leaving Maryland. Save for some scattered clouds, the night was clear and crisp. The controller instructed Laura to turn toward the southeast and assigned a visual approach to Reagan National’s southeast facing runway. Laura would have preferred the more southerly runway aligned with the night’s winds, but she did not request a change. The runway choice proved providential.

Initial Descent over Dulles

Laura was instructed to descend to 2000 feet. Her flight path took her right over Dulles Airport.

Following the Potomac River

Soon, Laura was following the Potomac River. Washington DC’s principal buildings started to come into view.

Cleared to Land

Her assigned runway came into view and she was cleared to land. The city’s main buildings passed by the left wing, as “Sarah” looked on.


The hacking of “Sarah’s” private email accounts in 2008 was a modern day version of Watergate. As the flight passed the complex, she renewed her vow to continue being the antithesis of what happened here so many years ago.

750 Feet to Go

Lincoln Memorial and Washington Monument

George Mason and Arland Williams Bridges

Jefferson Memorial

370 Feet to Go

General Aviation Parking

As Laura pulled off to taxi to the General Aviation area, a US Airways 737 took off likely for New York or Boston. Laura would be repositioning this plane at the Flying W in southern New Jersey after a day or two.

Upon reaching General Aviation, Laura completed her post-flight checklist and started secured the plane, starting with the left wing. Unbeknownst to Laura, “Sarah” tied down the right wing, and waited as Laura went to work on the tail. When Laura swung round to the right wing, she swallowed hard, seeing that “Sarah” had done it.

Meet me here, January 20, 2021 at noon…

“Sarah” turned her and said, “thank you for all you’ve done. If you need something from me, let me know.” Laura paused for a minute then – baiting “Sarah” – said with intonation as if “Sarah” owed her a major debt – “yes, there is something I want you to do for me!” “Sarah” was taken aback at first. Was Laura just another one of so many sycophants who would use her out then trash her to the media? This could not be happening, but somehow “Sarah” could detect the intonation was a put-on. Laura was a skilled pilot; however, she was a lousy actress, and she could not maintain the charade beyond that sentence. Her eyes filled up and she choked out, “yes, ‘Sarah.’ There are a few things I want from you…”

…Never change who you are. Don’t let this place change you.

…On January 20th at 12 noon in the year 2021, I want you to meet me here. I’ll have a jet. I’ll take you direct to Anchorage, then in this plane back to Wasilla. I took you out of Alaska. After you have led and served – let me take Alaska’s daughter home.

A Hug and a Salute

“Sarah’s” motorcade was now on the ramp. “Sarah” walked toward Laura and gave her a long hug and said “thank you.” “Sarah” turned and walked to the motorcade. Laura snapped to attention facing “Sarah” and raised her right hand in a salute and held it there. “Sarah” turned and waved back. Laura held the salute. “Sarah” entered the Suburban and closed the door. The motorcade pulled away, and Laura moved only to face it as it left, still holding the salute. When the motorcade was out of sight, Laura dropped to attention, then at ease, then normal. She savored the moment and the sweet 2 AM air.

She turned took a final look at the now empty seat once occupied by “Sarah” for 13 flights over 40 hours, gently closed the door and locked it, then locked her side.

From Her House to Her House…

It’s 3,314 nautical miles – 3,848 statute miles – from Wasilla to Washington. It took 40.3 hours all told; 9.1 hours of instrument flight, and 13 hours of night flight to bring “Sarah” from her house to her house (from January 20, 2013 – till January 20, 2021)….

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Sarah Palin: Barack Obama Lacks “The Cojones To Look Out For All Americans”

Posted by Gary P Jackson on August 2, 2010

By Gary P Jackson

Jan Brewer has the cojones that our President does not have, to look out for all Americans, not just Arizonans, but all Americans in this desire of ours to secure our borders and allow legal immigration to help build this country.
~ Sarah Palin

In an interview with Chris Wallace for Fox News Sunday Sarah Palin blasts Barack Obama for propensity to blame President George W Bush for his own failures. She rightly points out that Obama was a United States Senator, and part of the Marxist-democrat controlled Congress that created many of the problems we are facing today.

Sarah also takes a big swipe at Obama’s very manhood when talking about the situation in Arizona, and the nation as a whole.

When talking about the economy, Sarah said the democrats were “all wet” on plans to allow the Bush tax cuts to expire. “It’s idiotic to think about increasing taxes at a time like this.” Wallace then repeated the Marxist-democrat spin that keeping the tax cuts would raise the deficit. This is, of course, nonsense. The reason unemployment is so high is businesses, especially small businesses are scared. The situation is so unstable they simply don’t want to hire, or make large capital purchases. Low taxes means they can afford to hire, and more people working, and buying things add to the tax revenue.

It’s a proven fact that lower tax rates see an increase of receipts to the treasury and higher taxes see less. This was true when Kennedy lowered taxes, when Reagan lowered taxes, and of course, when Bush lowered taxes. The only way to control the deficit is to cut the insane runaway spending the Obama regime has embarked on.

Of course, Wallace brought up 2012. Now most are looking forward to a presidential run by Sarah in 2012. We feel she will be one of the finest Presidents we’ve had in quite some time, and her record certainly backs that theory up. With that said, she, like the rest of us, is focused on November 2010 like a laser. If Conservatives don’t take back Congress in 2010, there probably won’t be anything left to be President of in 2012.

Loved her answer about polling, and she takes a nice hit at the lies the media conspired to tell, with their coordination through Journolist.

Interviews like this are exactly why we support Sarah Palin strongly. This is a woman that doesn’t mince words and doesn’t talk a bunch of nonsense. Sarah Palin is a strong leader who DOES have the cojones to look out for all Americans on every issue we face. She is a true leader.

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