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Archive for February 10th, 2011

Part II: Governor Palin’s Policies and the Black Community

Posted by Adrienne Ross on February 10, 2011

This is Part II of highlighting how Governor Palin’s policies positively impact the Black community. Last week, on the first day of Black History Month, I submitted Part I in which I discussed the issue of abortion and its lethal effect on Blacks in particular. It should now be quite obvious how Governor Palin’s fight for the sanctity of life is not only a righteous position, but one that can help rescue the Black community from eventual extinction.

The economy is another issue of utmost importance to Americans. This is one reason why there was such heated debate over whether or not the Bush tax cuts would expire or be extended. The Obama administration insisted that it was time to terminate tax cuts for the rich. He defines the rich, mind you, as those making over $250,000. The reality is that in this number are small business owners–the very ones who drive 70% of our economy. The debate has been ongoing, with those on the Left speaking with disdain about the people who have not only managed to build businesses that benefit them and their families, but have built businesses that provide for the families of so many others. They can demonize the so-called rich if they choose, but they do so to the detriment of Americans. Common sense people like Governor Palin, however, understand that those who have more of their money taken away will have less money to invest in job creation.

At a time when unemployment is a scary reality for too many, why not encourage those who have power to hire to do just that? Why not give more breaks to people who can then hire more people? It seems easier, though, for our President to point fingers at the filthy rich who have, in his estimation, made enough money.

President Obama sat with Bill O’Reilly on Super Bowl Sunday and stated, “I’ve never raised taxes once,” a statement that is easily revealed for the untruth that it is–as untrue as his assertion that he respects FOX News. The President boasted, too, that he has cut taxes. Granted, he agreed to temporarily extend the Bush tax cuts in what some called a good deal, and others called a measure that didn’t go far enough because businesses don’t readily make long-term decisions based on short-term promises. Bragging at all about extending these tax cuts is a disingenuous activity at best when he submitted to it only because he was, according to him, held “hostage” by Republicans.

The truth is he has indeed raised taxes, and he certainly didn’t agree to the temporary tax cut extension, for which he applauded himself on Sunday, based on a respect for people’s right to earn and keep money or for business owners’ ability to employ more people. The truth is he feels he was a hostage, forced to allow people to keep more of their money, forced to allow business owners to hire more people and thus boost the economy. It’s not in his DNA at all. It also isn’t in his DNA to listen to the will of the people or the voice of experts. According to The New York Times (emphasis mine):

Martin Feldstein, who was economic adviser to President Ronald Reagan, said all the Bush tax cuts should be extended for two years because even letting those for the wealthy lapse would be “a blow to a very fragile economy.”

To the chagrin of the White House, Mr. Obama’s recently departed budget director, Peter R. Orszag, took the same stance on Tuesday in a column in The New York Times.

This is what we know: had President Obama gotten his way in November, he would have gone full-speed ahead with punishing those who create jobs in this country. His penchant for doing so is in part due to his lack of experience running a business or balancing a budget and his comfortability with government dipping into other people’s pockets.

Governor Palin, on the other hand, gets what President Obama does not. She has, after all, run a city, a state, and a business. She knows how to spark business growth and make payroll. Time and time again she has taken a stand for our small businesses, speaking out against tax hikes on these job creators. This is who she is. This is what she’s been relentlessly advocating. Unlike President Obama, she didn’t require hostage takers to poke and prod her into this common sense understanding, and she has not flip-flopped on the issue. Over and over she has sounded the alarm.

In a Facebook note, the Governor wrote:

We’ll all be feeling the pinch, but the ones who will be hit hardest by this massive tax hike will be America’s small business owners – the businesses that create up to 70% of all jobs in this country. According to a recent report by the Congressional Joint Committee on Taxation, small business owners will pay over half the taxes raised when the Democrats increase the top two tax brackets. In an already anemic jobless recovery, the last thing government should do is to impose even higher tax burdens on job creators. Instead of hurting “the rich,” such measures would end up hurting the unemployed.

After President Obama’s State of the Union address, she took him to task on Facebook:

Perhaps the most nonsensical bit of double-speak we heard last night was when the President said that hitting job-creators with a tax increase isn’t “punishing their success. It’s about promoting America’s success.” But government taking more money from the small business entrepreneurs who create up to 70% of all jobs in this country is not “promoting America’s success.” It’s a disincentive that will result in less job creation. It is, in fact, punishing the success of the very people who created the innovation that the President has supposedly been praising.

Sunshine State News reported:

“We need to remind people that tax cuts help everyone,” argued Palin late Tuesday. “And we should also remind the Democrats that many of the so-called ‘rich‘ they’re dismissing are our small-business owners who account for 70 percent of all job-creation in this country. At a time when we need job growth, we should not target job-creators with tax hikes. Closing our deficit gap requires us to cut spending, but we also need to spur economic growth. With that in mind, the last thing we should do is hamper our economic innovators and entrepreneurs with excessive taxes, overly burdensome regulation, and more uncertainty. This is not a difficult argument to make. It’s common sense.”

Last week, I highlighted that Governor Palin’s support for life is a benefit to all Americans, but to Blacks in particular, while President Obama’s unyielding support for Planned Parenthood is deadly. Today, I submit that Governor Palin’s common sense political perspective in the area of the economy greatly impacts the Black community, but President Obama’s lack of understanding is a blow to all Americans, hitting Black Americans in a way that we simply cannot afford. Many are suffering right now, businesses are laying off people, and unemployment has risen above the cap that the President promised. The Black community, mind you, is affected at levels well above and beyond others, and President Obama’s philosophy won’t help at all. The unemployment and poverty levels for Blacks are off the charts compared to others. The last thing we need is business owners clamping down on hiring because their money is being snatched by the big hand of government. We need more jobs, not less jobs. We need not buy into demonizing those who account for 70% of the economy. We need businesses who have the security of keeping their own money, as this will allow them to hire more workers.

How serious is this issue in the Black community? Let’s look at the numbers for unemployment among Blacks as of January 2011:

For all Blacks, unemployment is 15.7%
For Black men, 20 years and over, unemployment is 16.5%
For Black women, 20 years and over, unemployment is 12.9%
For Blacks of both sexes, 16 to 19 years, unemployment is 45.4%

To get a good look at how dire the situation is, compare the above information to the numbers for unemployment among White Americans as of January 2011:

For all Whites, unemployment is 8.0%
For White men, 20 years and over, unemployment is 7.9%
For White women, 20 years and over, unemployment is 7.0%
For Whites of both sexes, 16 to 19 years, unemployment is 22.8%

Obviously, a large unemployment rate will lead to a large poverty rate. Such is the case in the Black community. National Poverty Center reports:

The poverty rate for all persons masks considerable variation between racial/ethnic subgroups. Poverty rates for blacks and Hispanics greatly exceed the national average. In 2009, 25.8 percent of blacks and 25.3 percent of Hispanics were poor, compared to 9.4 percent of non-Hispanic whites and 12.5 percent of Asians.

The numbers speak for themselves. I am not minimizing the impact unemployment and poverty has on all people–regardless of race. What I am saying is this problem is an absolute crisis of staggering proportions for the Black community. No doubt, we could have quite the discussion as to all that factors into why the numbers are so much higher than those of their White counterparts, and that’s a discussion for another day. The bottom line, however, is that we simply cannot afford to make matters any worse. We clearly need to be working more, not less. We need more people encouraged to go into business, not less. And we don’t need existing businesses being punished for their success by taking away the very resources they need to hire others.

Governor Palin doesn’t take this stand because it’s best for Blacks; she takes this stand because it’s best–period. Nonetheless, her policies, when embraced, cannot help but benefit the Black community in particular. President Obama and his administration fail to recognize this. America–and Black America–simply cannot afford another term of this President who just doesn’t get it, who snarkily comments he had to be made to do the economically advantageous thing. We need someone with the common sense and experience of Governor Palin who understands what the right thing is, and does it because it’s right, not because she’s been strong-armed.

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PALIN FLASHBACK: Welcome Back, Dad

Posted by Sarah Palin Web Brigade on February 10, 2011

Michael Reagan’s memorable article posted at Human Events the day after Sarah Palin’s acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention:

Michael Reagan

Welcome Back, Dad

by Michael Reagan

I’ve been trying to convince my fellow conservatives that they have been wasting their time in a fruitless quest for a new Ronald Reagan to emerge and lead our party and our nation. I insisted that we’d never see his like again because he was one of a kind.

I was wrong!

Wednesday night I watched the Republican National Convention on television and there, before my very eyes, I saw my Dad reborn; only this time he’s a she.

And what a she!

In one blockbuster of a speech, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin resurrected my Dad’s indomitable spirit and sent it soaring above the convention center, shooting shock waves through the cynical media’s assigned spaces and electrifying the huge audience with the kind of inspiring rhetoric we haven’t heard since my Dad left the scene.

This was Ronald Reagan at his best — the same Ronald Reagan who made the address known now solely as “The Speech,” which during the Goldwater campaign set the tone and the agenda for the rebirth of the traditional conservative movement that later sent him to the White House for eight years and revived the moribund GOP.

Last night was an extraordinary event. Widely seen beforehand as a make-or-break effort — either an opportunity for Sarah Palin to show that she was the happy warrior that John McCain assured us she was, or a disaster that would dash McCain’s presidential hopes and send her back to Alaska, sadder but wiser.

Obviously un-intimidated by either the savage onslaught to which the left-leaning media had subjected her, or the incredible challenge she faced — and oozing with confidence — she strode defiantly to the podium and proved she was everything and even more than John McCain told us.

Much has been made of the fact that she is a woman. What we saw last night, however, was something much more than a just a woman accomplishing something no Republican woman has ever achieved. What we saw was a red-blooded American with that rare, God-given ability to rally her dispirited fellow Republicans and take up the daunting task of leading them — and all her fellow Americans — on a pilgrimage to that shining city on the hill my father envisioned as our nation’s real destination.

In a few words she managed to rip the mask from the faces of her Democratic rivals and reveal them for what they are — a pair of old-fashioned liberals making promises that cannot be kept without bankrupting the nation and reducing most Americans to the status of mendicants begging for their daily bread at the feet of an all-powerful government.

Most important, by comparing her own stunning record of achievement with his, she showed Barack Obama for the sham that he is, a man without any solid accomplishments beyond conspicuous self-aggrandizement.

Like Ronald Reagan, Sarah Palin is one of us. She knows how most of us live because that’s the way she lives. She shares our homespun values and our beliefs, and she glories in her status as a small-town woman who put her shoulder to the wheel and made life better for her neighbors.

Her astonishing rise up from the grass-roots, her total lack of self-importance, and her ordinary American values and modest lifestyle reveal her to be the kind of hard-working, optimistic, ordinary American who made this country the greatest, most powerful nation on the face of the earth.

As hard as you might try, you won’t find that kind of plain-spoken, down-to-earth, self-reliant American in the upper ranks of the liberal-infested, elitist Democratic Party, or in the Obama campaign.

Sarah Palin didn’t go to Harvard, or fiddle around in urban neighborhood leftist activism while engaging in opportunism within the ranks of one of the nation’s most corrupt political machines, never challenging it and going along to get along, like Barack Obama.

Instead she took on the corrupt establishment in Alaska and beat it, rising to the governorship while bringing reforms to every level of government she served in on her way up the ladder.

Welcome back, Dad, even if you’re wearing a dress and bearing children this time around

Mike Reagan, the elder son of the late President Ronald Reagan, is heard on 130 radio stations nationally as part of American Family Radio. Look for Mike’s newest book “Twice Adopted” (Broadman & Holman Publishers) and “The City on a Hill,” other info at


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On Sarah’s Birthday; Announcing The First Annual “Create An Artwork Depicting Sarah Palin Contest”

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on February 10, 2011

Subsequent to the warmly received announcement of the (still open) inaugural “A Poem For Sarah Palin” contest recently I received a delightful letter from the ebullient and worldly wise Mr. Benyamin Korn of the “Jews For Sarah” website.

Mr. Korn suggested that rather than limit the concept of admirers being able to express their love, admiration, inspiration and appreciation of Sarah Palin only through the, admittedly wonderful, medium of poetry, the whole spectrum of the arts should be available as a vehicle.

The next step then is this painting contest, but eventually, all artistic endeavors, will be available. This would include plays, sculpture, film etc. A whole new world of creativity inspired by the emissary of the new America Sarah Palin is envisaged. And when better to launch this wonderful contest than Sarah’s Birthday February 11th!

Mr. Korn’s wisdom is in the great tradition of Jewish connoisseurs of the arts-as witnessed by such great names as Friedlander, Bernstein and the great art historian Bernard Berenson-to name just a few, and is to be highly regarded.

Therefore, since not every painter is a poet, nor poet a painter it was felt that giving an opportunity for those who do express themselves in imagery other than words to have an opportunity of showing their prowess to the world. This can be accomplished whilst supporting Sarah by entering a contest for portrait images of her.

There are no restrictions whatsoever on the number or medium/s entrants can use. It could be an oil/watercolour/gouache/mixed media/crayon/pencil/installation/photographic montage/wall hanging/Japanese screen-in fact anything which is your interpretation of the image of Sarah Palin.

If submissions are non-representational it would be of value if the symbolic interpretation was explained. If an entrant is under 12 years of age it would be important to advise that as there would be a special youth category.

The contest will close in August which gives plenty of time to work on an entry. Submissions should be sent by jpeg to the special contest email site at;

Entries will be shown from time to time on this website or other associated websites.

I am sure Sarah Palin herself, and her family will be thrilled to see entries and I wish all entrants the best of luck for their creative efforts which will certainly be a labor of love.

The image of Sarah at the top is,I think, an ideal subject for a painting-but it is just one of thousands which inspire ! And here is a painting example to inspire as well !

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All Right Wing Bloggers/Pundits/TV Personalities From The Bush Years Are Redundant Unless Palin Supporters & Should Join Olberman

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on February 10, 2011

The 2012 election is going to be a no holds barred knock down drag out affair-forget the “new civility”. The Obama team are already under way with  key persons like Axelrod  getting the re-election structure in place.

Money will be no hindrance, the are discussing a one billion dollar campaign and the liberal media will fall into line behind Obama just like in 2008-unashamedly partisan and with totally biased “reporting”.

The left knows they have some difficulties which they didn’t have to face in 2008. They will be responsible for the state of the economy, not the Bush administration, and if unemployment is still high, and if inflation is taking off, they will have a significant challenge to face.

If their Middle-East/Iraqi and Afghani War/Guantanamo/Korea/Iran nuclear policies have not been seen to be handled properly that too will be a challenge. If the national debt has not been addressed, if the health care legislation is operating badly or has been overturned to their embarrassment they will have to face up to those problems.

Thus there is a strong possibility the Obama team will be on the back foot, in which case it will be, following the Alinsky rules, attack, attack, attack. They know they are starting off with the certain loss of 6 electoral college votes due to population shift changes to red states. Further their chances of winning Florida, Indiana, North Carolina, Iowa and Virginia again will be a much different proposition from 2008. If the Republicans hold their 2008 wins and pick up either Colorado or Pennsylvania or Ohio then Obama will be a one term president.

Those pundits who are trying to get a “mainstream” candidate foisted on the party like Romney or Barbour, or one of the lesser known possible contenders like Thune or Daniels are living in dreamland.

If they think that once their “safe pair of hands” was nominated they wouldn’t be ripped to large;”>shreds by the Obama machine and their enablers in the media like they did to McCain they are either sadly  mistaken, dupes or deliberate moles.The next time will be even worse, because the Obama team will know they  will not have a cake walk like the last time, and all hell will break loose.

There is only one candidate who is impervious to the forthcoming media and machine assault and that is Sarah Palin. She has been subjected to an unending campaign of vilification, slander and lies unlike anything seen in modern history.

Yet not only is she still standing but she throws it right back in their faces and calls them the irrelevant media. No other candidate has this armor plating and can take on Obama on a policy level free from the encumbrance of having to deal with the media.

Further she has an army of defenders. Two and a half million Facebook supporters, hundreds of blog sites with mass audiences, and millions of folks across America who will turn out in their masses for rallies. They will write letters, door knock and make the huge financial contributions only she will be able to garner to counter the Obama machine.

There will be no time for fair weather friends, no time for half-hearted supporters, no time for media types who are not 100% committed to her/ Committed to her policies, her vision and who will not write and broadcast column and voice positive opinions one after the other in her support.

If the personalities from the right who were active in the Bush years, the Krauthammer, Kristol,Williams, Scarborough,Moran and Karl Rove types don’t want to give her 100% support in the face of the common enemy, then they should fold up their tents like Olberman and leave the fray.

If President Obama wins a second term and they, the old-line right, have not given 100% support to Palin then they should be cast out. If they give any indication in the campaign itself of not giving full support they should be shunned and excoriated  before they do any damage.

It is all or nothing-Palin or Obama, the light or the darkness.

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Sarah Palin Continues to Inspire and Fascinate America and the Rest of the World: A Post by Conservative Girl with a Voice

Posted by conservativegirlwithavoice on February 10, 2011

Happy birthday, Governor Palin!!! As many of you know, I started this blogging journey, in part, because of Sarah Palin. When I first started blogging in May 2009, I did not know how long my blogging attempts would last nor did I know the success I would have. After all, there are so many amazing common-sense conservative bloggers out there, and I thank all the bloggers out there who continue to inspire me and the millions of conservatives like me. Bloggers, writers and commentators like Michelle Malkin, Leslie Sanchez, Dan Riehl, Jedediah Bila, Robert Stacy McCain, Andrew Brietbart, Sissy Willis, Jennifer Cubachi, Adrienne Ross, Whitney Pitcher, SE Cupp, Stacy Drake, Patrick Adams, Camille Friend and so many others inspire me to continue to want to be a better writer, so to you I say “THANK YOU.”

Finally, I want to thank Sarah Palin for all she has done in the name of freedom and liberty. Happy birthday!!!

Sarah, after blogging for nearly two years, I am still inspired by you and all you stand for. Unlike so many people of our time, you are unafraid to stand up and to speak out, doing the dirty work so many refuse to do. You is both unafraid and determined to make America that shining city on a hill.

In honor of Sarah, I have decided to take a step back into time and re-post my very first blog entry. I cannot believe everything that has happened in the time since this post. Enjoy:

The night before John McCain was to announce his running mate, speculation was running rampant. Journalists were fighting tooth and nail in an attempt to get any shred of information regarding the “top-secret” pick. For me, personally, the “night before” speculation has become a “where were you the night before the world was introduced to Sarah Palin?” Just as I am able to recall where I was when OJ Simpson, hidden away in his infamous White Ford Bronco, was being chased down the highway by police, I am able to recall where I was on, what would become, the eve Republican-Party history would be made. I was watching Hannity and Colmes with my mom, listening to the guys’ debate on who they felt would be picked. Names such as Romney, Pawlenty, Huckabee, Jindal and even Lieberman were being thrown around like a football.  As a young conservative woman, I have tremendous respect for all of the men above, but I did not have the enthusiasm I would soon have when I turned the news on the next morning.

Sarah Palin IS the reason why I have centered this blog on strong, conservative female women. It was Sarah Palin who re-energized a party that was split. Before Sarah Palin, John McCain was struggling to stay afloat, struggling to keep up with the glitzy, charismatic candidate that was Barack Obama. Sarah Palin was his “hole in one.” I remember saying to my mom: “Why doesn’t the Republican Party have any strong, conservative female candidates?” Well, I didn’t have to wait that long for my answer because it came the next morning in the form of AK Governor Sarah Palin. I will never forget hugging my mom, tears in my eyes saying that I finally had an American political role model.  Here she was, a self-described hockey mom who had a loving husband and five adorable children. What was not to love about her? Like many, I have so much in common with her; she is an every woman of sorts.  An individual who started out just like many Americans, who learned to work hard and in the end achieve great things. A woman who mothers can cite as an example to their young daughters that they too can have a family and be whatever they want to be.  Of all the decisions John McCain made during the campaign, his choice of running mate was the best by far.

On a final note, I have to admit that it was fun to watch the mainstream media trip over themselves throughout the day of the announcement as they scrambled to uncover any little tidbit they could about the Alaskan governor: “She hunts, she fishes, she’s the hottest governor in the coldest state, she was a beauty pageant contestant…” The media could not get enough of Sarah. Although the stories about her soon turned into negative tabloid journalism, it was memorable to see that for once, Barack Obama had been overshadowed. It is as if Sarah Palin and Barack Obama were characters straight from the Brady Bunch, with Barack crying out “Sarah, Sarah, Sarah.”

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Santorum: Politico article ‘is garbage’

Posted by joshpainter on February 10, 2011

– by Josh Painter
After Politico published one of its typically deceptive hit pieces, this one written by Andy Barr alleging that Rick Santorum had criticized Sarah Palin’s decision to skip CPAC, Santorum called BS via Twitter:

This article is garbage.All I said was- she is VERY busy, PERIOD. Reporter trying to create something out of nothing

Here’s the first paragraph of Barr’s article:

Rick Santorum knocked Sarah Palin’s decision to skip CPAC, saying on Tuesday that she must have “business opportunities” that are keeping her from the annual conservative conference that is a showcase for potential presidential contenders

And here’s the actual exchange between Santorum and S.E. Cupp:

Pollutico never misses an opportunity to use lies and distortions to paint Gov. Palin in a negative hue. In this case, Barr and his editors took a mostly uncritical observation by Santorum and tried to make it appear that the former Senator from Pennsylvania was bashing Gov. Palin. The article also draws on one of the constant memes promoted on left wing blogs that Sarah Palin is some kind of money-crazed fiend, simply because she gets paid well for her speaking appearances. So does Bill Clinton.

We had always considered Barr to be one of the lesser evils on Politico’s staff, but with his latest slanted piece, he proves that he’s no better than the rest of the biased website’s resident leftists. The left wing, anti-Palin agenda is there for all to see, and it’s the main engine that drives the corrupt Politico.

Don’t get us wrong; we’re no Santorum fans. He supported liberal Arlen Specter over conservative Pat Toomey in 2004, explaining that Snarlin’ Arlen is “with us on the votes that matter.” That really worked out well, didn’t it? And Santorum has subtly and not so subtly dissed Gov. Palin before. He got in his little sexist dig in his remarks to Cupp, but that’s almost par for the course for Santorum, whose loose lips show what a loose cannon he is. But the real outrage here is the way Politico always puts a negative spin on any story it writes about Gov. Palin. And if it can brew a tempest in a teapot by pitting Republicans against each other, that’s just considered bonus points at the leftist website.

Related: Sheya has a good roundup of opinion over this one here.

Cross-posted from Texas for Sarah Palin

– JP

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An email from SarahPAC’s Tim Crawford

Posted by joshpainter on February 10, 2011


I’m writing today in hopes that you will take just one minute right now to help me plan a special surprise for Governor Sarah Palin in honor of her birthday on Friday by giving a gift to SarahPAC today.

Your gift will be a welcome surprise on Sarah’s birthday, especially in the wake of the increasingly vicious attacks from her enemies on the Left.

For example, Hollywood writer Aaron Sorkin recently wrote a column denouncing Governor Palin as “deranged,” a “witless bully,” and a “phony pioneer girl.”

Talk-show host Oprah Winfrey said “the intelligence of the American public” will keep Sarah from ever being elected President.

And MSNBC’s Chris Matthews called her a “balloon head” on national TV.

Just like Ronald Reagan before her, Governor Palin is despised by the Left because she freely admits her faith in God, is unabashedly proud of America, and fights to limit the long arm of the federal government when it comes to our freedoms and our families.

  • Sarah Palin is proud of America – not ashamed of our greatness.
  • She puts her trust in the U.S. Constitution – not in politicians.
  • She thinks you should get to choose your own doctor, what kind of car you drive, and what kind of light bulbs you’ll use in your house – not government bureaucrats.
  • She’s willing to fight the War on Terror – not surrender it to enemies abroad and Islamic radicals right here on our own soil who hate us.
  • And she understands that cutting taxes and repealing ObamaCare will do more to strengthen our economy than handing out billions in “bail-out” dollars to businesses and people who didn’t earn it.

Frankly, Sarah Palin is a threat to liberals who make their living off of a bloated, out-of-control federal government.

That’s why they attack her. It’s why they call her names. Why they want her to fail.

And it’s why I’m counting on you to give a gift to SarahPAC for Governor Palin today to let her know that you are still standing by her side in the face of these relentless attacks.

Nothing is more important to Sarah right now than making sure SarahPAC has the funds it needs to help elect more common-sense conservatives in 2011, including candidates in critical state races, special elections, and run-offs.

Three crucial governor races alone will make this a key year for conservatives.

Can Sarah count on you to help her elect lawmakers who will obey the U.S. Constitution, not re-write it?

If so, please send your best gift possible to help SarahPAC continue the conservative revolution we started in 2010.

I want you to know how much I appreciate your taking the time to help me honor Governor Palin on her birthday this week. And more importantly, thank you for your patriotism and your willingness to step forward and help her support pro-Constitution candidates now when so much is at stake for our nation!

Yours truly,

Tim Crawford
Treasurer, SarahPAC


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