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Archive for August 14th, 2010

Legitimate Questions for the President

Posted by Ron Devito on August 14, 2010

Governor Palin today posted on Facebook:

Mr. President, should they or should they not build a mosque steps away from where radical Islamists killed 3000 people? Please tell us your position. We all know that they have the right to do it, but should they? And, no, this is not above your pay grade. If those who wish to build this Ground Zero mosque are sincerely interested in encouraging positive “cross-cultural engagement” and dialogue to show a moderate and tolerant face of Islam, then why haven’t they recognized that the decision to build a mosque at this particular location is doing just the opposite? Mr. President, why aren’t you encouraging the mosque developers to accept Governor Paterson’s generous offer of assistance in finding a new location for the mosque on state land if they move it away from Ground Zero? Why haven’t they jumped at this offer? Why are they apparently so set on building a mosque steps from what you have described, in agreement with me, as “hallowed ground”? I believe these are legitimatequestions to ask.

– Sarah Palin



Retrieved from: http://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=418811008434.

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Sarah Palin: Legitimate Questions for the President

Posted by Dr. Fay on August 14, 2010

Complete transcript of Governor Palin’s Facebook Note:

Legitimate Questions for the President

 by Sarah Palin on Saturday, August 14, 2010 at 6:01pm

Mr. President, should they or should they not build a mosque steps away from where radical Islamists killed 3000 people? Please tell us your position. We all know that they have the right to do it, but should they? And, no, this is not above your pay grade. If those who wish to build this Ground Zero mosque are sincerely interested in encouraging positive “cross-cultural engagement” and dialogue to show a moderate and tolerant face of Islam, then why haven’t they recognized that the decision to build a mosque at this particular location is doing just the opposite? Mr. President, why aren’t you encouraging the mosque developers to accept Governor Paterson’s generous offer of assistance in finding a new location for the mosque on state land if they move it away from Ground Zero? Why haven’t they jumped at this offer? Why are they apparently so set on building a mosque steps from what you have described, in agreement with me, as “hallowed ground”? I believe these are legitimate questions to ask.

– Sarah Palin

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Another Palin Derangement Syndrome Sufferer Pays Hell

Posted by Adrienne Ross on August 14, 2010

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

Two days ago, I covered the story of two New Hampshire Democrats who chose to use Facebook to wish death on Governor Palin after the plane crash that left Ted Stevens dead. One was State Rep. Timothy Horrigan. He resigned after he came under fire for his hateful comments.

The other was Keith Halloran, a Democratic candidate for State Representative in Cheshire County. RedHampshire has reported:

It took over 24 hours, a news story that spread from Concord to Anchorage, a mention on Fox News, and denouncements from state Democrats but Keith Hallaron has told WMUR that he will not actively campaign for the NH House.

Halloran at first called the criticism of his comment a “tempest in a tea party tea pot,” but he later issued a statement on Facebook apologizing for the post. Thursday, he said he was withdrawing from the race for District 7.

“After consulting with the secretary of state’s office, I am withdrawing as an active candidate for the New Hampshire House,” Halloran said in a written statement. “I urge registered voters to consider supporting and voting for the truly progressive candidates on the ballot on Sept. 14 and Nov. 2. Live Free and Move Forward.”

Read more here.

As I stated when I first covered this story, it’s time for people to be held accountable for their words and actions, and contrary to what some of these characters may think, anything does not go when it comes to Governor Palin. Indeed, there is hell to pay for such asinine, evil comments.

(h/t Josh Painter)

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Roberts: Sarah Palin Really Can Become President

Posted by Adrienne Ross on August 14, 2010

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


Irish Central breaks down the new CNN poll and discusses why Governor Palin can indeed become President of the United States.

Patrick Roberts writes:

Yes, children Sarah Palin really can become president of the United States.

Take a look at yesterday’s CNN poll.

It shows Mitt Romney just three points ahead of Irish American Palin right before the kickoff for the 2012 republican nomination which begins the day after the November mid-terms.

That three points is within the margin of error.

It is also within the margin of error of those pundits who say that Palin has no chance to be selected.

They are dead wrong and this poll bears that out

This poll says otherwise, as do a slew of results, including last week’s primary in Colorado which showed the grassroots activists in the party are not going to settle for the status quo and whoever head office is pushing.

That is bad news indeed, for Mitt Romney who is the anointed one.

He is a very skilled politician, who was an excellent governor of Massachusetts and did an amazing job with the Olympic Winter Games in his native Utah.

By right he should be the front runner.

But he’s stuck in neutral, not ever drawing the kind of love from the grassroots that Palin can engender just by showing up.

Americans are mad as hell over what has happened to their economy and that throws the 2012 race wide open at this point.

Palin has a realistic shot if she decides to run.

Right now she’d be my favorite to win the Republican nomination.

I’ve written this before and now the CNN poll bears it out.

In this current deeply unsettled political climate President Palin is not far-fetched at all.

Remember you read it here.

I may not share the same positive sentiments regarding Mitt Romney as does the author of this article. However, this isn’t about Romney. It’s about Palin, and those who continue to dismiss her as a potential 2012 winner are in denial and may very well be in for a great awakening.

(h/t Kelsey)

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