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Archive for December 11th, 2010

Palins and Greta Arrive in Haiti with Franklin Graham and Daughter Cissie

Posted by Dr. Fay on December 11, 2010

Earlier today, Samaritan’s Purse announced that Governor Palin, Greta Van Susteren,  and Franklin Graham had arrived in Haiti on a humanitarian mission.

Samaritan’s Purse President Franklin Graham returned to Haiti today to survey our work with cholera patients, hand deliver Operation Christmas Child shoe box gifts to hurting children, and meet with staff.


Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin and Greta Van Susteren of Fox News are accompanying Graham on the trip.


After arriving, the group toured a shelter community where Samaritan’s Purse has built temporary houses for people who lost everything in the earthquake.

“I’ve really enjoyed meeting this community,” Gov. Palin said. “They are so full of joy. We are so fortunate in America and we are responsible for helping those less fortunate. Samaritan’s Purse is still here doing the tough work.”

Read more here.

Later in the day, the organization announced that Bristol and Graham’s daughter Cissie had joined their parents in Haiti. 

Cissie Graham Lynch and Bristol Palin are joining their parents this weekend to draw attention to the plight of the Haitian people and to highlight the work that Samaritan’s Purse is doing to combat the cholera outbreak and help earthquake victims.

Cissie is the daughter of Frankin Graham and wife of Corey Lynch, a defensive back with the NFL’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Bristol is the daughter of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin. She competed in the fall 2010 season of Dancing with the Stars, reaching the finals and finishing in third place.

Read more here.

Greta also posted “A few pics from Haiti” on her blog (h/tp DanceBristolDance):

Here’s a few pictures from my trip to Haiti with Rev. Franklin Graham…we’re here to give out gifts to children through Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child.

Gov. Palin is also here to help Samaritan’s Purse

Cissie Graham Lynch also posted some photos on her Mobile Blog (h/tp DanceBristolDance):

See more photos here.

Cissie is also tweeting some photos from Haiti.   Samaritan’s Purse is also tweeting updates.

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Rev. Graham and Gov. Palin arrive in Haiti

Posted by joshpainter on December 11, 2010

Evangelist and Samaritan’s Purse president Franklin Graham and Sarah Palin arrived in Haiti today to survey the organization’s work with cholera patients, deliver Operation Christmas Child shoe box gifts, visit shelters, tour rubble removal sites, and meet with volunteers and staff.

“I am pleased that Gov. Palin will accompany us on a brief trip to Haiti this weekend, and I appreciate her willingness to visit Haiti during such troubled times,” Graham said. “I believe Gov. Palin will be a great encouragement to the people of Haiti and to the organizations, both government and private, working so hard to provide desperately needed relief.”

Fox News host Greta Van Susteren, who visited North Korea with Samaritan’s Purse in 2008 and 2009 to report on the organization’s medical work, is also on the trips.

More, including photos, at the Samaritan’s Purse Today blog.


AFP reports:

Conservative US politician Sarah Palin was undeterred by days of politically-charged rioting that has left at least five people dead as she began a weekend tour with a visit to an earthquake refugee camp.

Stepping off a yellow helicopter, Palin visited a community where Christian relief organization Samaritan’s Purse provides shelter for victims of an earthquake in January that killed 250,000 people and left 1.5 million homeless.

“I’ve really enjoyed meeting this community,” Palin said. “They are so full of joy. We are so fortunate in America and we are responsible for helping those less fortunate. Samaritan’s Purse is still here doing the tough work.”

Palin, accompanied by leading US evangelist and Samaritan’s Purse president Franklin Graham, will see for herself the massive devastation from the quake and learn about a cholera outbreak that has claimed more than 2,200 lives.

Also along on the trip, Todd and Bristol Palin, as well as Rev. Graham’s daughter Cissie Graham Lynch, who is tweeting here.

– JP

Cross-posted from Texas for Sarah Palin

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Who Needs Domestic Oil Production? We Can Get All We Need From OPEC!

Posted by Gary P Jackson on December 11, 2010

By Gary P Jackson

Alternate headline: Why We Need President Sarah Palin STAT!

Actually the article below was tweeted by Sarah, so she’s already all over it.

Seems as the geniuses in the Obama regime aren’t concerned that they have all but stopped domestic oil production. It’s all good, because we can just send ALL of our oil purchasing dollars to OPEC, including nations that curse our very existence. I mean how else will these nations fund terror against us and our allies?

When speaking of his tax “compromise” Barack Obama had the gall to refer to Republicans as “hostage takers” and included all of the images to go along with his crass statement. I wonder if he can comprehend the irony here? Barack Obama is willfully, even gleefully, making the United States hostage to OPEC. You couldn’t make up a story this fantastic up if you tried.

From the Institute for Energy Research:

One of the sad truths about the Obama administration is the indifference they have for producing energy domestically.

The administration has given us another piece of evidence of their hostility toward energy production. On page 69 of a new proposed drilling rule, the administration argues that we don’t need to worry that their permitorium will reduce oil production in the Gulf (and destroy good paying jobs) because we can always get more oil from the oil dictators at OPEC:

Here IER refers us to Page 69 of the Interim-Final Drilling Safety Rules. One should read the entire report. These people understand it will harm American companies, many small businesses, and consumers. Evidently they do not care.

b. Will not cause a major increase in costs or prices for consumers, individual industries, Federal, State, or local government agencies, or geographic regions. The impact on domestic deepwater hydrocarbon production as a result of these regulations is expected to be negative, but the size of the impact is not expected to materially impact the world oil markets.

The deepwater GOM is an oil province and the domestic crude oil prices are set by the world oil markets. Currently there is sufficient spare capacity in OPEC to offset a decrease in GOM deepwater production that could occur as a result of this rule. Therefore, the increase in the price of hydrocarbon products to consumers from the increased cost to drill and operate on the OCS is expected to be minimal.

Sadly, our Lords and Masters in the Obama regime fail to define “minimal” as in the increased cost of gasoline and other petroleum products is “expected to be minimal”!

The IER finishes with a statement we wholeheartedly agree with.

It’s a sad state of affairs when our government halts domestic oil production and tells us to just buy oil from OPEC. Will the Obama administration ever get serious about creating jobs in America?

If you are not outrageously outraged at this point, you may want to see a doctor to make sure you are, indeed, still alive!

It doesn’t take an Ivy League education to understand what the Obama regime is doing is insane. It’s national suicide. We already send somewhere between $700 billion and $1 trillion out of the country every single year to purchase much needed oil. This will, of course, increase dramatically.

Despite what the radical leftists will tell you, oil is the lifeblood of our economy. The lifeblood of our Freedom, and the lifeblood of democracy. It’s an essential commodity. We don’t have to be held hostage by foreign nations, many of them who hate us to their very core, nor do we have to be held hostage to radical environmentalists, whose rhetoric is being proven wrong on a daily basis.

We have the ability to safely extract oil and natural gas, with minimal environmental impact.

One of the first things that excited us about Governor Sarah Palin, years ago, was her proactive approach to energy production and environmental safety. She went so far as to create an integrity commission to hold Big Oil’s feet to the fire on safety, and production. She also understands that energy is not just an economic situation, but one of national security. No one seems to understand this better than Sarah.

I ran across an interesting piece a while back in the American Thinker, written by Chad Stafko, and entitled The President’s Oil Reserves Lie. In this article, which is essential reading, Stafko quotes from an article written in Kiplinger Magazine that states:

… untapped reserves are estimated at about 2.3 trillion barrels, nearly three times more than the reserves held by Organization of Petroleum Exporting Counties (OPEC) and sufficient to meet 300 years of demand-at today’s levels-for auto, aircraft, heating and industrial fuel, without importing a single barrel of oil.

This is an attention getter, to say the least!

So here is the United States sitting on reserves three times the size of all of the OPEC countries combined. And yet, we’re going to send our trillions of dollars to OPEC, and other producers, rather than use our own?

This does even count coal, which reports say we have over 200 years worth of, and doesn’t mention nuclear. With nuclear our resources would be almost unlimited. Nuclear power is the one thing that disappoints me as much or more than anything that is part of America’s insane and suicidal energy policy, a policy that has been in place for decades.

France gets over 70% of it’s electricity from nuclear powered facilities. FRANCE. Are you telling me the United States, the nation that basically created the concept of nuclear power, can’t do better than France?

Our Navy has a great fleet of nuclear powered submarines and surface ships. These ships are battle hardened and proven safe. Why Americans can’t wrap themselves around this efficient source of energy is a real mystery and tragedy.

As I look forward, past the Obama fiasco, and on to 2013, I envision an effort similar to JFK’s vision of sending a man to the moon in a decade. It will take that sort of herculean effort, to do what needs to be done, to get us to real energy independence.

Thankfully America is well positioned to do this. When Kennedy had his wonderful vision of exploration and knowledge, we barely had a rocket that could get off the ground safely. They were more likely to blow up in spectacular fashion than actually get off the ground. NASA scientists had to create everything from scratch and at a breakneck pace. It was an effort like no other.

With energy, we have well proven science and production methods. We know HOW to do this and have everything we NEED to do it. We don’t have to invent systems and experiment with them. It’s all proven and time tested.

We have everything we need to become totally and completely energy independent by the end of this decade.

Well, almost everything.

The one thing we are lacking as a nation is the collective will to do it.

That’s it.

We need strong leaders to help America understand that we simply must summon up the will to get this done. Becoming energy independent will create jobs, well paying, durable jobs. Since trillions of dollars won’t be leaving our shores it will supercharge our economy and help lower our budget deficits, even eliminate them.

As a bonus, we’ll no longer find ourselves beholden to anyone for one of the most essential elements of our economy, our Liberty, and our Freedom. We will indeed be in charge of our own destiny. We’ll also no longer fund terrorist nations who then use our own dollars to attack us and our allies.

In short this would be a world wide game changer.

We know of only one leader in this country who can make this vision for America come true. One leader who has the guts and the backbone to get it done, and that’s Sarah Palin.

We need her and we need her STAT!

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Pamela Geller Joins Sarah Palin As One Of The 10 Biggest Conservative Stand-outs Of 2010

Posted by Gary P Jackson on December 11, 2010

By Gary P Jackson

Pamela Geller is someone I admire greatly. She’s tough, smart, and as courageous as they come. Her website, Atlas Shrugs is one of the must read sites on the internet. Pamela is like a one woman army as she exposes radical Islam and the violence and death that comes with it.

Pamela has been the leading voice of opposition to the so-called Cordoba House Project, what I like to call the 9/11 Victory Mosque.

Students of history will tell you stories of the Islamic conquest of Cordoba, Spain, around 766 A.D., and how they took control of a Christian church and build a grand mosque in it’s place, as a symbol of Islamic dominance worldwide. You might say they were rubbing the noses of the conquered in their victory.

The Muslim extremists want to build the Cordoba House on the hallowed ground of the 9/11 attacks, right at Ground Zero, as a sign they have conquered America.To rub our noses in 9/11.

Pamela Geller has taken up the fight and said: “Not on my watch pal!

Right Wing News has chosen the Top 10 Conservatives who really made a difference in 2010. From their tribute to Pamela:

Pamela Geller: Pamela runs the pre-eminent anti-radical Islam website on the Internet Atlas Shrugs, she’s in charge of Stop Islamization of America and she had a new book out, The Post-American Presidency: The Obama Administration’s War on America.

However, Pamela makes this list because she, more than any other person, was on point in the fight against the mosque at Ground Zero. Right from the beginning she was organizing protests and drawing attention to the project. Meanwhile, she was falsely slurred and attacked by the Left, the mainstream media, and apologists for radical Islam. That was simply because she refused to stand by and say nothing while a celebratory mosque was built in the shadow of the Twin Towers. If the Ground Zero Victory Mosque isn’t ultimately built, no one will deserve more of the credit than Pamela Geller.

Back in October RWN’s John Hawkins interviewed Pamela. If you haven’t read it, please take the time to go here and do so.

Pamela is joined on by Sarah Palin on the list. They had this to say about their choice for the top slot:

Sarah Palin: It might be easier to ask: What has Sarah Palin not done this year? She was one of the most effective voices in the fight against Obamacare, she became a popular Fox News contributor, she just released a new book, she has her own TV show Sarah Palin’s Alaska, and she was a force of nature in the 2010 elections where she raised millions, swung primaries with her endorsements, and did more to get women candidates elected this cycle than anyone else in history. Say what you want about Sarah Palin, but nobody in American politics had a bigger and better year than she did in 2010.

We are proud to join Right Wing News in saluting Pamela Geller, one of America’s true patriots and a staunch defender of Liberty and Freedom.

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Sarah Palin: I Support Paul Ryan’s Roadmap To Reform, And Here’s Why

Posted by Gary P Jackson on December 11, 2010

Let’s not settle for the big-government status quo, which is what the president’s deficit commission offers.

~ Sarah Palin

By Gary P Jackson

Writing for the Wall Street Journal Sarah Palin takes a bold stand along with Wisconsin Republican Congressman Paul Ryan for serious comprehensive fiscal reform.

The publication of the findings of the president’s National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform was indeed, as the report was titled, “A Moment of Truth.” The report shows we’re much closer to the budgetary breaking point than previously assumed. The Medicare Trust Fund will be insolvent by 2017. As early as 2025, federal revenue will barely be enough to pay for Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid and interest on our national debt. With spending structurally outpacing revenue, something clearly needs to be done to avert national bankruptcy.

The commission itself calculates that, even if all of its recommendations are implemented, the federal budget will continue to balloon—to an estimated $5 trillion in 2020, from an already unprecedented $3.5 trillion today. The commission makes only a limited effort to cut spending below the current trend set by the Obama administration.

Among the few areas of spending it does single out for cuts is defense—the one area where we shouldn’t be cutting corners at a time of war. Worst of all, the commission’s proposals institutionalize the current administration’s new big spending commitments, including ObamaCare. Not only does it leave ObamaCare intact, but its proposals would lead to a public option being introduced by the backdoor, with the chairmen’s report suggesting a second look at a government-run health-care program if costs continue to soar.

It also implicitly endorses the use of “death panel“-like rationing by way of the new Independent Payments Advisory Board—making bureaucrats, not medical professionals, the ultimate arbiters of what types of treatment will (and especially will not) be reimbursed under Medicare.

The commission’s recommendations are a disappointment. That doesn’t mean, though, that the commission’s work was a wasted effort. For one thing, it has exposed the large and unsustainable deficits that the Obama administration has created through its reckless “spend now, tax later” policies. It also establishes a clear bipartisan consensus on the need to fundamentally reform our entitlement programs. We need a better plan to build on these conclusions with common-sense reforms to tackle our long-term funding crisis in a sustainable way.

In my view, a better plan is the Roadmap for America’s Future produced by Rep. Paul Ryan (R., Wisc.). The Roadmap offers a reliable path to long-term solvency for our entitlement programs, and it does so by encouraging personal responsibility and independence.

On health care, it would replace ObamaCare with a new system in which people are given greater control over their own health-care spending. It achieves this partly through creating medical savings accounts and a new health-care tax credit—the only tax credit that would be left in a radically simplified new income tax system that people can opt into if they wish.

The Roadmap would also replace our high and anticompetitive corporate income tax with a business consumption tax of just 8.5%. The overall tax burden would be limited to 19% of GDP (compared to 21% under the deficit commission’s proposals). Beyond that, Rep. Ryan proposes fundamental reform of Medicare for those under 55 by turning the current benefit into a voucher with which people can purchase their own care.

On Social Security, as with Medicare, the Roadmap honors our commitments to those who are already receiving benefits by guaranteeing all existing rights to people over the age of 55. Those below that age are offered a choice: They can remain in the traditional government-run system or direct a portion of their payroll taxes to personal accounts, owned by them, managed by the Social Security Administration and guaranteed by the federal government. Under the Roadmap’s proposals, they can pass these savings onto their heirs. The current Medicaid system, the majority of which is paid for by the federal government but administered by the states, would be replaced by a block-grant system that would reward economizing states.

Together these reforms help to secure our entitlement programs for the 21st century. According to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), the Roadmap would lead to lower deficits and a much lower federal debt. The CBO estimates that under current spending plans, our federal debt would rise to 87% of GDP by 2020, to 223% by 2040, and to 433% by 2060. Under Rep. Ryan’s Roadmap, the CBO estimates that debt would rise much more slowly, peaking at 99% in 2040 and then dropping back to 77% by 2060.

Put simply: Our country is on the path toward bankruptcy. We must turn around before it’s too late, and the Roadmap offers a clear plan for doing so. But it does more than just fend off disaster. CBO calculations show that the Roadmap would also help create a “much more favorable macroeconomic outlook” for the next half-century. The CBO estimates that under the Roadmap, by 2058 per-person GDP would be around 70% higher than the current trend.

Is Rep. Ryan’s Roadmap perfect? Of course not—no government plan ever is. But it’s the best plan on the table at a time when doing nothing is no longer an option.

Let’s not settle for the big-government status quo, which is what the president’s commission offers. We owe it to our children and grandchildren to make these tough decisions so that they might inherit a prosperous and strong America like the one we were given.

Most people one talks to about a possible Palin presidency tend to think that repealing ObamaCare immediately, getting the economy going, creating jobs, and of course setting a path toward total energy independence would be President Palin’s top priorities, leaving things like entitlement reform for her second term.

What Sarah does here is show she is a bold leader who is ready to do the hard, painful stuff first. And make no mistake, reform is gonna hurt a bit before it helps, but the continued viability of the Republic is at stake.

Unlike others, she understands at the gut level we don’t have time to mess around. We are in big financial trouble. We need action. Bold action.

We simply don’t have time for political posturing.

As Sarah points out, no plan is perfect, and there are some tweaks I’d love to see made myself, but overall, Paul Ryan has come up with by far the best, most workable plan out there. One that does not honor big government and continue to subsidize failed policies.

With Sarah’s strong support this plan might even get put in place before January of 2013 rolls around.

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Mitt Romney Should Be The Next RNC Chairman

Posted by Gary P Jackson on December 11, 2010

By Gary P Jackson

On Monday morning we woke up to a little nugget from Tea Party Nation, a regional Tea Party group. On their website they implored Sarah Palin to run for the job of RNC Party Chairman:

We need you as Chairman of the RNC. You have shown in the past no hesitation to take on the establishment. You did it in Alaska. If we end up with establishment control of the GOP and their support for an establishment candidate in 2012, Obama and the socialists will have won.

For her part, Sarah quickly shot this notion down, telling ABC News:

I respect the desire to have someone in charge of the RNC who understands the wishes of the conservative grassroots and understands that power resides with the people and not the vested interests in DC. However, the primary role of the RNC chair seems be that of fundraiser-in-chief, and there are others who would probably be much more comfortable asking people for money than I would be, and they would definitely enjoy it more

I always find myself tickled at these often sincere but misguided attempts to find Sarah a job. I say often sincere, because may of these suggestions are thrown out there by folks who would rather she do something else than run for President, because they have a dog in the race themselves, and know with Sarah in the mix, that dog of theirs just won’t hunt.

It’s like those who were pushing her to run for the Senate to get “seasoned” and “learn how things work.” Yeah, because a 20 year veteran of politics, most of it at the Chief Executive level doesn’t know how things work, and isn’t “seasoned” enough. Of course, these same people will always fawn over the latest flavor of the month, lustily pining for a newly elected candidate who has never served a day in office, hailing them as the next President.

This makes me think their motives for having Sarah take some other job to “get seasoned” may not be all that sincere.

With that said, what I have is indeed a sincere proposition, and a win-win all around.

First, let me say this. As much as I loath the GOP establishment, the job of RNC Chairman is a job for an insider. An establishment Republican will do well in this position. It also takes someone who is not a high profile Republican, someone who is good at being not seen. Someone who will work hard, but not be a big attention getter.

I like Michael Steele, and would support his re-election. The problem Steele has is the same problem Sarah would have. Steele is not an establishment guy. He’s Tea Party friendly, and of course, that rubs the establishment the wrong way. The fact that he and Sarah are friends doesn’t endear him to the elites either.

Steele hasn’t endeared himself to the blue bloods, and they have fought him hard, blowing every little misstep way out of proportion, in order to scuttle his chairmanship.

Another thing with Steele is he’s not camera shy. He’s a dynamic guy who doesn’t mind talking to the press and appearing on camera to advocate on the behalf of the party and Conservatism. This is in stark contrast to the previous Chairman, Mike Duncan, who no one but party members really ever saw much of. His worked under the radar.

One could argue who was the better RNC head, but I think the stellar results from the 2010 elections speak for themselves. However, it seems that Steele’s time as Chairman is about to end.

After reading the Tea Party Nation letter, and reflecting on what a party chair should and should not be, I came to one conclusion: Mitt Romney should be the next Chairman of the Republican national committee.

As we wrote on Tuesday, while discussing Romney’s disastrous “health care reform” and poor record as Governor of Massachusetts, it might be time for Mitt to “explore other opportunities.”

Let’s face it, even with the so-called “moderates” Romney is losing ground in every poll, and his supposed appeal to these moderates is really Romney’s only selling point.

Romney does have one ability though. Something he can actually do well, and that’s raise money. Romney is rightly praised for helping round up all of his buddies and reaching into their pockets to help save the Olympics in Salt Lake City, which was on the verge of collapse due to massive corruption.

Romney has raised impressive amounts of money for his political action committee, by glad handing big donors and special interests. This of course is compared to others, like SarahPAC, which raised similar amounts, but all through small, private donors, in amounts of $250, or less.

Romney’s ability to mingle with these high dollar contributors would work well for the RNC. He’s an establishment insider, an elite, and he speaks their language.

Something else, Romney is not a high profile guy. He is obviously comfortable out of the spotlight. I say this because he has been totally silent on some of the most pressing issues of our time for the past two years. He’s not stood up and weighed in on anything of substance. One can speculate why, but for the purpose of this exercise, let’s just assume he doesn’t care for the limelight. This is a good quality for the RNC Chair to have.

As stated earlier, one of the problems Michael Steele has had during his tenure at the RNC is he’s not one of the “good old boys.” He’s a bit of an outsider, and Tea Party friendly. He’s also a Conservative. Romney would have a lot easier go as Chairman. He is as insider and establishment elite as it comes. He’s not a Tea Party sort of guy, and the feeling is pretty mutual with the Tea Party. And no one is ever gonna accuse Mitt of being a Conservative!

Romney is uniquely qualified to head the RNC. For all his faults, he has the one talent that could make the RNC incredibly strong, and that’s his ability to raise big money. He would have to have some help spending the money wisely, and backing the right candidates, but he can hire that talent.

I know some readers may be thinking about now that this is merely a ploy to get Mitt Romney out of the 2012 race so my favored candidate has a better shot. The RNC Chair would simply not be able to run the party apparatus and run for President at the same time. At least not be able to do either successfully.

I know it may look this way, but this is a sincere suggestion. Romney’s time has passed, as far as being a successful Presidential candidate. He came in third in 2008 against one of the poorest fields of candidates the GOP has even put out there.

This time around the nation is looking for bold leadership from someone who isn’t afraid to stand up and be counted. Someone with a solid record of competence bundled with an uncanny knack for always making the right decisions. Sorry, but that isn’t Romney.

I believe that Mitt Romney sincerely wants to do something positive for our nation, and for the Republican Party. He could be of great service to both as the head of the RNC. His strengths would help create a much stronger RNC. One that could really make a difference in 2012 and years beyond.

Mitt Romney really needs to step up and take the job. It was the job he was born to have.

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