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Archive for November 18th, 2010

Governor Palin’s Letter to WSJ: ‘Refudiation’ of $600 Billion Printed Out of Thin Air

Posted by Adrienne Ross on November 18, 2010

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

Governor Palin penned the following letter to The Wall Street Journal editor:

While on a United Airlines flight from New York City to Los Angeles this week, a fellow passenger handed me a copy of the The Wall Street Journal Nov. 15 op-ed by Alan Blinder—”In Defense of Ben Bernanke“—and suggested that I write a letter to the editor if I disagreed with the Princeton University professor’s claims. Having read the piece, I told the passenger over my shoulder, “You bet I will.”

Prof. Blinder seems blind to the clear and present dangers of QE2. Instead of seriously discussing these dangers, he takes us on an excursion to a Keynesian utopia, a mythical land in which endless government spending is an amazingly effective job creator and investors’ confidence in U.S. Treasury bonds somehow increases as we sink ever deeper into debt while the Fed has its printing presses working overtime.

Here are some cold, hard facts from the real world: The first is the 8.7% 2012 unemployment rate predicted by the Survey of Professional Forecasters of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. It seems the Obama administration’s record spending binge won’t result in job creation, but in unacceptably high long-term unemployment. The second fact is that long-term interest rates have actually gone up following the Fed’s recent QE2 announcement. The markets took one look at the Fed’s pump-priming plans and decided they had to increase interest rates—probably in order to compensate for the expected rise in inflation.

None of this should come as a surprise. Blinders off, common sense engaged, it’s time for us to “refudiate” the notion that this dangerous experiment in printing $600 billion out of thin air, with nothing to back it up, will magically fix economic problems that were caused in large part by the government’s interfering with our free market system in the first place, and then made worse by the government’s reckless spending experiments with our children’s fiscal future. Instead of the tired, old Keynesian ideas behind Obamanomics, we need to turn to time-tested practices that are pro-free market rather than pro-big government. Some call this “free-market populism.” It’s based on the realization that the best way to get the economy moving again is to get government out of the way, let the free market dictate winners and losers, and allow the private sector to grow our economy one job, one paycheck and one American dream at a time. It’s the only way we can restore much needed confidence and certainty in our economy. This is the only way we will all be able to soar from New York to Los Angeles and throughout the heartland.

Sarah Palin

Wasilla, Alaska

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Governor Palin Believes She Can Beat President Obama

Posted by Adrienne Ross on November 18, 2010

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

In a Barbara Walters special, “Barbara Walters’ 10 Most Fascinating People,” set to air on December 9th at 10 p.m., Governor Palin discusses considering a run for the presidency. When asked if she felt she could defeat President Obama, the Governor didn’t hesitate. Mary Bruce reports:

Sarah Palin says she is seriously considering a run for the White House, and she believes she could beat President Obama in 2012, the former Alaska governor told ABC News’ Barbara Walters.

“I’m looking at the lay of the land now, and … trying to figure that out, if it’s a good thing for the country, for the discourse, for my family, if it’s a good thing,” Palin said in an interview scheduled to air in full Dec. 9 on ABC as part of Walters’ “10 Most Fascinating People” of 2010.

Asked Walters: “If you ran for president, could you beat Barack Obama?”

“I believe so,” Palin said.

I believe so, too.

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Palin To Walter’s “Yes I Can Beat Obama” Facts/Map Prove This Absolutely

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on November 18, 2010


MAP 1: PROJECTED 2012 PRESIDENTIAL RESULTS

Sarah Palin, in a an interview with Barbara Walters (as one of “Barbara Walters’ 10 Most Fascinating People” program ) stated, in response to this question from Walters: “If you ran for president, could you beat Barack Obama?”

“I believe so,”

Yes, she most certainly can, and her belief is well founded on fact as clearly set out in the maps below.

At this point in time the red states on this map (Map 1) appear a lock. The 2010 House election results (Map2) give every indication of confirming this scenario. Thus the 2012 presidential election hinges on Virginia/ Ohio/ Iowa which gives the Republicans, as things now stand, a very good chance of winning. It doesn’t matter how much of President Obama’s anti-Palin base turns out massively in California, and even more so in New York, whose electoral votes are declining rapidly and is now balanced out by Florida.

The biggest question will be if his Black and liberal support in Virginia will hold as it did in 2008-however the loss of Virginia to the Dem’s could be overcome by winning Colorado and Nevada.

The map below is updated, allowing for projected population shifts, by Texas 38 Florida 29 New York 29 Missouri 10 . The totals for the Republicans are 272 electoral votes (270 required)

MAP 2: HOUSE RESULTS MID-TERM ELECTIONS 2010

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