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Archive for September 20th, 2010

Vote for Bristol and Mark on Dancing with the Stars

Posted by Ron Devito on September 20, 2010

Here’s the Dancing With The Stars number to text your vote for Bristol and Mark: Team Ballas.

800-868-3407

Phone lines, text votes (AT&T customers only) and online polls will open at the top of each performance show so that viewers can vote for their favorites. Phone and text lines will stay open for 30 minutes after the end of the show. Online voting will remain open until 11am (Eastern Time) the next day.

Viewers can vote via phone, text message or online for their favorites ONLY on the night they perform.

Lines open at the beginning of each show for viewers to phone and text vote for their favorite couples and stay open for 30 minutes after the end. The whole country can vote.

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Cheer Bristol Palin on Tonight on Dancing with the Stars!!! A Post by Conservative Girl with a Voice

Posted by conservativegirlwithavoice on September 20, 2010

Happy Monday, everybody!!! This is just a short reminder reminding you to make sure to tune in to tonight’s season premiere of Dancing with the Stars on your local ABC affiliate and cheer Bristol Palin and her partner, Mark Ballas, on!!! Check your local listings for when DWTS airs in your area. Make sure to tune in, and most importantly VOTE FOR BRISTOL AND MARK- TEAM BALLIN!!! The number to call to vote for Team Ballin is 1-800-868-3407. Here’s how voting works: Phone lines and online polls will be open at the beginning of each show to allow viewers to vote for their favorites throughout the show. Phone lines will remain open for 30 minutes after the show ends. If you vote online, voting will remain open untill 11 a.m. EST tomorrow. Cell phone users with AT&T can also text their votes. Spread the word and tell your family and friends to tune in as well because the entire country is able to vote. Good luck, Bristol!!! DANCE, BRISTOL, DANCE!!! -Have a Facebook account??? Make sure to click here to join Dance, Bristol, Dance!!! (Click here to visit Conservative Girl with a Voice and become a follower. Follow me on Twitter @rachellefriberg.)

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Palin to Murkowski: Don’t run

Posted by loricalabrese on September 20, 2010

The Alaska Senate race that had everyone waiting in anticipation, wondering if the underdog could pull an upset win is heading into Round 2. Senator Lisa Murkowski who lost to Sarah Palin endorsed Joe Miller announced on Friday that she will run as a write-in candidate.

The announcement doesn’t come as much of a surprise, but it does fuel the fire that there’s a battle between moderates and the conservative “tea party” movement. Even though Americans are fed-up with career politicians, and raising their voice for change, it’s apparent some of those career…

As published on Examiner.com

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Mama grizzly expected to be at DWTS

Posted by loricalabrese on September 20, 2010

Dancing With the Stars makes its highly anticipated return Monday night, and it’s not just the show that’s making

headlines, but also the Mama Grizzly rumored to be in the audience.

Sarah Palin is expected to be at Monday night’s premiere to cheer on daughter Bristol who is competing against a list of celebrities that includes David Hasselhoff, Jennifer Grey and Florence Henderson.

“She’s my number-one cheerleader and I can’t wait for her to come watch the performances and just see me in a whole new light,” Bristol said on her Tonight Show appearance.

Palin’s appearance hasn’t been confirmed, but TMZ is reporting that Bristol and her dance partner, Mark Ballas will have a shocking performance in which they cha cha to Three Dog Night’s “Mama Told Me (Not to Come)” and Bristol will supposedly rip off some tear-away clothes.

The season 11 premiere episode of “Dancing with the Stars” airs Monday at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

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C4P: Gov. Palin, Epitome of a Leader

Posted by Ron Devito on September 20, 2010

Doug Brady, an Editor of Conservatives4Palin brought to light an excellent comment left by one of the site’s readers, “RefudiateObama2012,” which delineated Gov. Palin’s leadership skills. The reader re-posted a third-hand narrative left by a Democrat who crossed paths with Gov. Palin throughout her nearly 20-year political career. I will echo Brady’s disclaimer that the comment is hearsay and would be inadmissible as evidence in a court proceeding, but many people who know Gov. Palin would corroborate the comment.

Core Aspects of Gov. Palin’s Leadership Style, per the C4P Comment:

  • Gov. Palin is not an ideologue. Her actions and decisions are supported by law, not beliefs.
  • She has the “ability to process information and then to quickly forge a plan with the information she was given.”
  • Gov. Palin is “a living, breathing, [Critical Path Method] CPM chart.”
  • Gov. Palin has the ability to “instantly absorb input from others and then respond with cogent solutions to problems.”
  • The Katie Couric interview was specifically edited to make Gov. Palin look foolish. The commenter at first thought he was viewing an imposter, not Gov. Palin. Over six hours of footage were left on the cutting room floor.
  • Recommended reading: Sarah Takes on Big Oil, which describes how Gov. Palin took on the big oil companies – and won.
  • She has a unique ability to get people with opposing positions to work together without either one feeling they have lost or compromised themselves.
  • Gov. Palin is a bookworm and very well-read. She also has a photographic memory.
  • Gov. Palin could easily destroy Obama in a debate.
  • “Death panels” has been proven to be true.
  • Her positions on issues are aligned with the majority of Americans. “Divisive/polarizing” are Alinksy tactics. Gov. Palin does not polarize. She galvanizes.

Epitome of a Leader

He said she was the epitome of a leader. She assembled her staff, listened to their advice, allowed opposing ideas to be heard, and then acted accordingly. As a manager, she advocated making a plan based on the best info available, budgeting the plan, working the plan, measuring results, and quickly adjusting the plan if it was determined it wasn’t working as expected. She believed in the First Law of Holes*.

*”First law on holes – when you’re in one, stop digging!” – Denis Healey

Governor Palin has proven to be a Transformational Leader throughout her political career. Her ability to get people with opposing positions to work well together will be critical to her success as she continues her ascent. Another excellent book which was written specifically about her leadership style is Sarah Palin: a New Kind of Leader, by Joseph Hilley.

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