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Archive for February 26th, 2011

PALIN FLASHBACK: Sarah Palin begins to Twitter

Posted by Sarah Palin Web Brigade on February 26, 2011

Andy Jukes in Vancouver BC posted the screenshot above on his blog with this comment:

The background of Sarah Palin’s Twitter page is so amazing that I am tempted to steal it for myself.

In this article at, Chris Matyszczy commented about Governor Palin’s new Twitter account:

Sarah Palin begins to Twitter

by Chris Matyszczyk

Oh, it was merely a bit of fun while such media hogs as Ashton Kutcher and CNN were doing it.

But once Oprah became a participant, you knew that Twitter had reached the upper echelons of politics and society.

So please salute Sarah Palin, who has climbed into the Twittering branches and begun to chirp.

Only around 718,000 followers to go before she catches Oprah.

(Credit: CC ASecondHandConjecture/Flickr)

Codename AKGovSarahPalin, the governor of Alaska has already used the microblogging service to complain about her staff being misquoted by the iniquitous sleight of word peddled by the Associated Press.

She has already amassed more than 7,000 followers. But far more significant is the joy of examining whose words she has decided to revere with her own technological tiptoeing.

While she bestowed her first follow on the firmly conservative and entertaining Drudge Report, Governor Palin is also following California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, though one can hardly imagine they see even eye-to-thigh on some issues.

While she will naturally hang on every word of conservative charmer Bill O’Reilly, she is also following CNN Breaking News and those somewhat sniffy radicals David Gregory of NBC and ABC’s George Stephanopoulos.

One can only imagine the varying degrees of entertaining discourse that will pass across the governor’s Twitter page in the days and weeks to come. Thankfully, we are sure to be warned quickly should Russian planes decide to come flying toward us.

She is unquestionably one to be watched in the future. And to be followed, of course.



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Imagine if President Palin were doing this

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on February 26, 2011

Rush Limbaugh’s almost endless list of “what if” eloquently demonstrates the bias the of main stream media when it comes to President Obama. Listen for yourself.

Cross posted from Sarah Palin Blog

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Allen West Landslides “Point Of View” VP For Palin Poll “Sure I’d Consider VP Slot”

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on February 26, 2011

With just two days to go on the “Vote for your choice for Sarah Palin’s Vice-President” poll”


Allan West is running away as the choice of Republican supporters as the 2012 choice for Vice-President serving with Sarah Palin.with over 45% of the vote in a potential field of 14.

West, when asked about his possible intentions in respect of the VP nomination said, according to a report in ‘The Hill’:

“I have to pray about it and I have to clear it with my wife and two daughters,” said West, “I never thought that seven years ago when I retired here I’d be a United States congressman, and that I’d be standing in front of your news camera. So we don’t know what the future holds, but I’m always willing to serve my country.”

Clearly if the ‘Point Of View’ poll result is any indication he would find substantial support for his candidacy.

One factor however is the experience issue which may have prompted poll voters to give Rudy Giuliani a solid second place-well ahead of any other VP pick on the poll list.

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