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Archive for March 7th, 2011

Palin: Obama’s ‘terrifying anti-oil agenda will bring our country to its knees’

Posted by Devonia Smith on March 7, 2011

Amid today’s reports that “The national average for self serve unleaded gas is $3.50 a gallon,” Sarah Palin warns that President Obama’s “naive and destructive and terrifying anti-oil agenda is going to bring our country to its knees.”

In a passionate challenge that Obama must “tap into our domestic energy sources,” Palin went on to denounce Obama saying, “His agenda must be stopped!”

Instead of tapping America’s natural energy resources, opening drilling, or speeding up approval of shallow and deep water drilling applications, Fox News reports that  “the Obama administration is considering releasing oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve to help Americans facing a spike in oil prices as a result of unrest in the Middle East, Obama Chief of Staff William Daley said Sunday.”

Not even a court order to expedite permits for drilling can deter the Obama administration’s determination to thwart drilling in America. Since the BP oil spill in the Gulf, only one permit has been approved by the Obama administration. As for the court order? The Obama administration is appealing.

Resolution 140, from the House of Representatives is a bi-partisan effort to leverage  pressure  from both Democrats and Republicans on the Department of Interior for speedy action on approval of both shallow and deep water drilling applications. That pressure has yet to budge Obama’s “naive and destructive and terrifying anti-oil agenda.”  There is no sign Obama intends to allow permits to go forward.

Recently several of  Palin’s Reagan speech ‘Don’t tread on me’ top applause lines regarded her energy position. From the applause, many Americans agree with her. Following is a transcript of the relevant lines from that article:

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Governor Palin to Keynote May 2nd Tribute to the Troops

Posted by Adrienne Ross on March 7, 2011

By Adrienne Ross –

On May 2nd, Governor Palin will reportedly participate in a fundraiser for U.S. troops. You’ll recall that she was originally scheduled to keynote the Patriots & Warriors Gala at the Infinity Park Events Center in Glendale, CO on that same date. Unfortunately, the sponsor, the Sharon K. Pacheco Foundation, gave in to pressure from political bullies and canceled “due to an onslaught of personal attacks against Gov. Palin and others associated with her appearance.”

Onward and upward…Governor Palin will still support and assist our military on May 2nd. According to Colorado Christian University:

Former Alaska governor and vice-presidential nominee Sarah Palin will be the keynote speaker for Tribute to the Troops, a military and veterans appreciation rally at Colorado Christian University on May 2, 2011.

The rally will be held at CCU’s Lakewood Event Center. Also featured is Lt. Gen. William G. Boykin, as well as cameos with members of all branches of the US Armed Forces.
All are welcome. Tickets are $25, and seating is limited to 1,000 people. All proceeds will be donated to the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS), a charity benefiting families of the fallen.

You can register for this event here.

(h/t Josh Painter)

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Judge Pirro’s Disservice To Governor Palin

Posted by Sheya on March 7, 2011

On Saturday, Judge Jeanine Pirro interviewed Governor Palin. The interview covered a wide range of topics: the budget, the deficit, energy, Israel, Libya, Mexico, the Obama administration’s incompetence, terrorism, the war on terror, and unions. Basically, the Governor talked about all of the important issues facing the country and the world today.


It was a great interview for both sides. The Judge asked great questions and Governor Palin responded in kind.

That is until the judge’s urge for a soundbite led her to throw in a stupid question about the whack job Kathy Griffin.

Really Judge? With all the issues facing the country and the world, was that really necessary? I’ll forgive you for the question about the shoes – you’re a woman, you liked the shoes – but Griffin?

Ms. Pirro did Governor Palin a great disservice by asking her this question. Governor Palin had no choice but to respond. Now, out of a 15 minute policy-based interview, not a single media outlet, including Foxnews’s own Fox Nation, is covering anything other than that 44 second soundbite.  By asking that question the Judge just helped to advance the false narrative that Governor Palin never discusses issues of substance.

Of course Ms. Pirro will justify herself by saying that Governor Palin didn’t have to respond had she not wanted to. She could have easily answered “Come on Judge, we’ve just spent 15 minutes talking about far greater problems, are we really going to discuss the the casting of TV shows?

That’s what people don’t get about Governor Palin. She speaks her mind. Governor Palin doesn’t play games and doesn’t spin. So when she’s asked a question, she responds and the media know that. I’m sure Governor Palin would have loved to respond to those questions by saying:  “With all due respect, we’ve just covered many important topics; the economy, energy, national security and foreign policy. Now you’re asking me this question simply because you want a soundbite that will take away the attention of my substance. Well I’m not giving it to you, it’s about time people get to hear what I have to say and not the headline you want to push to use me to get traffic.” But dare her do that and you have these headlines Sarah Palin to Bill O’Reilly: Don’t interrupt! or Sarah Palin doesn’t take kindly to … That is why they pull those stunts.

One can easily conclude that the judge felt the interview was going really well for the Governor. She was very good at discussing a wide range of issues and Pirro realized that this may help her politically, so she decided to deliberately sabotage the interview.

The conservative blogosphere is not an innocent party either as some found it amusing to cherry pick just the Griffin part of the interview. Many in the conservative blogosphere portray themselves as supporters of Governor Palin but do they really support her? It’s pretty clear that, like many on the right, they are not interested in actually helping Governor Palin; they just want to use her as a sledgehammer and wedge to slam liberals that they dislike.

Over the weekend Governor Palin had three interviews, totalling 29 minutes of substance, covering every issue currently in the national debate. Yet, apparently no one in the mainstream or conservative media found anything other than three 30 second soundbites that were completely irrelevant to the substance of the interviews, to report on.

The same thing happened with her Long Island Association Q&A. The Governor took questions on every issue from a pro-abortion, pro-gun control Democrat for over an hour before an audience of socially liberal Democrats and Republicans in an area where the Democrat Party is strong, yet no one found anything to report on other than some made up controversy about breast milk.

If I’m wrong, can someone explain it to me why we see very little coverage of any substantive comments Governor Palin makes, but almost daily coverage of how some dumb liberal attacked her?

Sure some in the conservative blogosphere will hide under the cover of “we’re defending her”, and they will on some occasions throw a bone to keep up the appearance that they are helping her. But the facts point to them using her and it’s about time someone called them out.

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Palin: Obama’s anti-oil agenda has got to be stopped

Posted by loricalabrese on March 7, 2011

Oil prices are surging and Americans are feeling the pain at the pump as the rebellion in Libya has caused oil prices to surge to a two-year high, moving above $106 a barrel.

Weekly gas prices increased 6 percent last week, according to the Department of Energy and the national average is $3.38 per gallon, an increase of 19 cents from the previous week and 68 cents from the previous year.

As concerns about oil prices continue to increase, so has discussion about opening up the nation’s petroleum reserve. On Saturday, Sarah Palin appeared on Justice with Judge Jeanine and the Judge asked Palin if tapping into the strategic oil reserves was the right thing to do.

Palin said, “That’s not the solution. The solution is to drill here and drill now. And the Obama anti-oil agenda has got to be stopped. Now he needs to realize that back in ‘08 our US crude also was traded at about $100 a barrel as it is today for about 6 months and that was right before our world economy imploded. And now here we are back again. So his timing, his destructive timing of locking up 97% of our offshore, not allowing ANWR to be touched, not allowing domestic drilling to take place to the degree that it should, it is terrifying where he is leading us in terms of being at the mercy of foreign regimes that would seek our demise to produce energy for us.“

Judge Jeanine then asked Palin if her response was drill, baby, drill.

Palin replied, “It is—it’s drill, baby, drill because we have these God-given resources here and we have the man power and we have the ingenuity to be energy independent. Right above our Arctic circle, we have 90 billion barrels of technically recoverable oil. We have hundreds of trillions of cubic feet of clean green natural gas . God has provided these for us. It is our responsibility to responsibly tap into them and use them for mankind and not rely on foreign regimes to do it for us.”

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BBC Interviews Alaskans4Palin for Story on Palin

Posted by traceyporreca on March 7, 2011

BBC Interviews Tracey Porreca and Nina Stone

About a month ago, I was contacted by a representative of BBC Newsnight. Their representative said they were coming to Alaska during the Iron Dog race time period, and they were looking for individuals to interview, both supporters and detractors. I’ve been asked to participate in interviews before and usually declined. There have been too many instances where friends were misquoted and statements taken out of context for me to feel comfortable in this forum. However, after much discussion and many questions on both sides, I agreed to be interviewed, along with another Alaskans4Palin author, Nina Stone. This morning, I received notice that the show will air this evening and was forwarded links, some of which are included here.

I’m not sure how much of our interview portion is used but I’m sure it’s not much. They had not pre-arranged an interview with Gov. Palin and since they were able to speak with her, I’m sure the majority of the interview will be with her and her parents. I do know both of Sarah Palin’s parents were interviewed, as well as other supporters, and Gov. Palin herself. I give you what I have now. An 8-minute version will air on World News America at 7pm ET tonight on BBC America. The full online version, which I will make available here when I can, will also be available online sometime after tonight’s on air program. Please watch so that you can get a glimpse of how Gov. Palin is represented in other countries.

Testing Alaskan support for Sarah Palin as US president
– Interviews with two detractors and two supporters, myself included

Will Sarah Palin run for president and can she win?
– Synopsis of interview, text with video clips

Newsnight’s Interview with Sarah Palin
– Transcript of Sarah Palin’s interview with Jackie Long of BBC Newsnight

Newsnight interviews Sarah Palin’s parents
– Transcript of interview with Chuck and Sally Heath

Click here to view more from Alaskans4Palin

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BBC Interviews Governor Palin – Transcript

Posted by Adrienne Ross on March 7, 2011

By Adrienne Ross –

Governor Palin was interviewed by Jackie Long of BBC at the Iron Dog race which took place the week of February 20th. (Todd Palin, a four-time champion, came in an impressive second place this year.) The interview will air tonight in the UK on “Newsnight” on BBC Two at 10:30 p.m. GMT (5:30 p.m. Eastern) and afterwards on the “Newsnight” website and BBC iPlayer.

Long also interviewed Chuck and Sally Heath, the Governor’s parents, who discussed Governor Palin’s start in politics, her possible run for the presidency and the death threats the family receives. Below are transcripts of both interviews.

Via BBC, here is the transcript of the interview with Governor Palin:

JACKIE LONG: Governor Palin, Jackie from BBC in London. How are you?

SARAH PALIN: Excellent. Excellent today. This is one of our favourite days of the year.

JACKIE LONG: I’m struggling with the cold, I can hardly speak.

SARAH PALIN: Do you have layers on? Do you have enough layers?

JL: Tell me about the race, tell me about why it’s so important?

SP: Pretty uniquely Alaskan, you know, 2,000 miles across [interruption as one of the riders comes over and she gives him a hug] rugged conditions. God Bless you. God Bless you. Ride safe, ride hard.

It’s uniquely Alaskan. This is awesome. A lot of us living sort of vicariously through the Iron Doggers, so many of us would love to be tough enough to do what they’re doing and be good-enough mechanics and strong enough and tenacious enough, because I think it’s one of the world’s toughest races. It’s the world’s longest and toughest snow machine race.

JL: And you’d love to do it, wouldn’t you?

SP: You know it takes a special breed of cat to be able to lift 700lb, to be able to change out shocks and fix the engines at -70F (-56.6C) in the pitch black on a frozen river. I’m not capable, so it’s just something I dream about.

JL: Looking at it from the outside, people will be saying: ‘why do they put themselves through this? It seems crazy.’

SP: It’s just like our other great race, the Iditarod the 1,049 miles (1,688km) with dogs. It’s just a good, again, uniquely Alaskan, it’s something that Alaskans so enjoy because we want to be outside, we want to be outside enjoying God’s creation however we can and this is one of the tools used to enjoy the great outdoors.

JL: Do you worry about your husband when he’s on this?

SP: I really don’t. He started racing this race 18 years ago. He’s got a lot of miles under his belt, he’s a great mechanic, he knows what he’s doing. Just say a prayer and wish him well and he’s in his element when he’s out there in these rugged conditions. So not too worried.

JL: He’s racing to win quite, clearly. Presumably, you don’t want him to lose either, you don’t do losing.

SP: You run the race to win, that’s for sure. And he’s won four times and certainly he would love to win, kind of win one for the old guys, you know. Some of these guys are in their early 20s and our guys are in their 40s. Also, it’s also good testimony for staying in shape, and staying focused, staying active in what you can do really at any age.

JL: Can I just ask you, of course, the big race everyone is interested in outside of the Iron Dog is the presidential race. What are your thoughts on that? Are you going to run?

SP: Well there again, you enter a race to win the race. There is still a lot of consideration that have to be made. We haven’t made up our mind or desired to make an announcement yet as to what it is we will be doing.

JL: What are the considerations at the moment? What are the things that you are weighing up?

SP: Well, understanding that Obama has already said he’s going to rake in and spend $1bn (£615.4m) in this race. Money is certainly going to be a consideration. And then just the idea of, will the American electorate be ready for someone a bit unconventional, in terms of a candidate who will call it like she sees it, and who will not be beholden to special interests or such obsessive partisanship as to let a political machine get in the way of just doing what’s right for the voters.

JL: In a sense, do you think your “unconventionality” in that sense, the fact that you tell it as it is, is your strength but is also perceived as a weakness as well?

SP: I believe that it is a strength. I tell my kids, I encourage everyone I know that whether it be in their workplace, whether it be in a political arena or within their own families, to do what their gut tells them to do. And that involves calling it like they see it and tackling the tasks that are at hand and not worrying so much what other people are thinking or saying about them. And a lot of that goes along with that unconventional vein that I am talking about, that independent vein that I have within me. So I think that it’s a strength and I encourage people I know to exercise that strength, too.

JL: In terms of making that decision, presumably the pressure on you and your family is a big part of the decision making, because you’ve been through a lot and you take a lot of flack?

SP: Our family is pretty thick-skinned, though. We have taken the pressure and pressure I think builds character and allows someone to handle what else is coming. For the last 20 years being in political office our family has had unconventional schedules, we’ve put up with a lot of flak [sic], and we’re still standing and we’re doing well, so we’re not worried too much about that pressure put on the family because we’ve been tried by fire.

JL: What are the criticisms that have hurt you most? One of the big ones that’s thrown at you is that you’re not intellectually capable. Does that sting?

SP: Who said that?

JL: Lots of criticism about the interviews you have given, the ability to get your head around foreign policy.

SP: Well, how about the idea of perhaps what some of the media has chosen to portray. Let’s take a couple of examples – and I don’t really want to have to talk politics on one of the best days of our life here in Alaska – but I’ll give you one more answer. Things like, that are misconstrued regarding rumours out there that are still in the media because reporters don’t do their homework, too often, and they don’t set the record straight – though I think it’s their job to set the record straight – rumours like I didn’t know that Africa was a continent, that’s still out there, that’s a lie. Things like I censored books when I was a mayor up here in Alaska, that’s a lie.

[Governor Palin begins to walk away]

SP: So again if I decide to run we know that we have to put up with a lot of the BS that comes from the media but … It’s not all of you guys but some of you still claim that Trig isn’t my kid. I think that’s an indication of screwed-up media.

JL: You were saying, your favourite from the media? Which one is that?

SP: Is that trig is not my child, which is still out there in the media.

JL: How offensive is that? How do you deal with that?

SP: Would you be offended if someone said you’re child wasn’t your child? It’s offensive. OK, you know what, I’m really really trying to enjoy one of the best days of our lives.

Here is the interview with the Heaths:

JACKIE LONG: When Sarah was growing up, did you have any sense that there was something big to come?

Chuck Heath: [Sarcastically] Yeah right, we knew from the moment she was in her crib. You know, that’s one of the most common questions we get asked: Could we see this coming? No, no, not at all. We remember she was very competitive, strong willed, but as far as politics, no, we never saw it coming.

Sally Heath: No. But then when she ran for city council because she saw some needs in the town of Wasilla, then I could see an interest there that must have been there for years, in trying to make things better.

JL: So did it surprise you at that stage?

SH: Yes, yes, very much.

JL: But there has always been the competitive edge.

SH: Competitive yes, from her dad, yes, I would say.

CH: In sports, anything she undertakes she’s competitive, whether it’s hunting or fishing or sports or politics, very, very competitive.

SH: But as far as getting into a race first for city council, I don’t think it had to do with competition, but it ended up that way. It’s all very competitive, but that wasn’t the priority, just to get in there and compete for a position.

JL: Would you say that some of the drive that she showed in sport, for example, as a child, that she did channel that drive into politics?

CH: Oh yeah, yeah. Very very competitive

SH: To get your mind set on something and go for it, I suppose that did come from sports also, it was along the same line.

JL: If you look at the timeline, it’s been extraordinarily quick, her rise. Has that surprised you?

CH: [Chuckling] I don’t know how to answer that.

SH: Extremely surprised. We would have had no clue when Mr McCain… well even before that when she was running for governor, that there would be a chance that she would even get a foot in the door of state-wide politics. Yes, that was a real surprise.

JL: In terms of getting a foot in the door of state-wide politics, you’re potentially now talking about foot in the door of the presidency. What is your feeling about that as her parents?

CH: The presidency? That’s entirely up to her, yeah. We’ll support her in any endeavour she wants to jump into. I don’t have that much feeling on it, other than total support for whatever she does. If she wants to stay home and baby-sit, I’ll support that.

SH: As a mother I have concerns: her safety and that of the kids. I do have a concern there, if she were to do that.

JL: Would you ever allow that concern to make you suggest to her, ‘don’t do it’?

CH: We never talk politics with Sarah. When we’re with her, we talk about family, we talk about sports, we talk about hunting, fishing. I don’t think we ever talk about politics.

JL: She says in her book, though, that she runs things past the family?

SH: [Laughing] Yeah, runs things past us very quickly. Yes, I have voiced my concern.

CH: Not me. She doesn’t want to listen to me.

SH: She knows how I feel. It’s risky, it is risky, and she knows that I am very concerned about that.

JL: And what does she say to you about that? How does she respond to your concerns?

SH: That she will do what’s right and she feels badly that I do worry so much but she will do what is right. She’s not jumping into anything without checking out the pros and cons.

CH: The only thing that worries us most is her safety. Because she is, I won’t say lackadaisical, but she was raised in a very small town, small family, and there’s too many kooks out there, she’s beginning to see it, people threatening her through the mail, we help handle her mail. There are some weirdoes. We have pictures posted in our house here of people who have threatened her, even, then have even been in Anchorage.

JL: And people have threatened her life?

CH: Oh yeah, oh yeah. And her kids too.

JL: In what way, what are they saying?

CH: A good example is one guy from Pennsylvania. He sent us and other people copies of a gun he’d bought, copies of a receipt for a gun he bought, copies of a one-way ticket to Anchorage. We kind of laugh it off, we got a restraining order on him, and lo and behold last week he showed up in Anchorage, from Pennsylvania, and fortunately the FBI was on top of it and sent him home.

JL: You say you laugh it off, but what does Sarah say about it? It must be terrifying.

CH: Well, she has good security when she goes places but here in Wasilla she doesn’t have that good of security, other than family, friends and things like that. Not only Sarah has been threatened but her whole family has been threatened. We sleep with the guns.

SH: But the local police will do whatever we ask. They will drive by her place and they’ll keep an eye on things. They’re concerned.

JL: She clearly evokes huge passion, she has a massive following, people adore her, her supporters are very devoted, but at the same time she clearly evokes a lot of negative feelings. But the fact that people would threaten to kill her, how do you feel about that?

SH: I just can’t imagine anybody being that adamant one way or the other, actually. That’s just one out of many thousands. So, it sure doesn’t happen too much.

CH: No.

SH: And as far as all these negative feelings, I don’t know, everybody seems so nice to us.

JL: On a less extreme level, she has faced huge criticism and very personal criticism at times. How do you cope with that?

SH: I can’t imagine what specifically they would object to, and that’s what I would like to hear, and what I imagine Sarah would like to hear: ‘well, what specifically do you not like?’ And when we do read comments and then someone’s asked, and they’ll say ‘well someone told me, such and such’. But truly, I do not know.

(h/t Sheya)

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Have you heard of the Sarah Palin effect?

Posted by loricalabrese on March 7, 2011

There’s a lot of buzz generating around the web about ‘The Sarah Palin Effect.’ So what is ‘The Sarah Palin Effect?’ We all know Palin has affected not only our government, the conservative movement, the Tea Party and more, but the effect many are discussing is the unexpected rise in female membership in the National Rifle Association.

The former Alaska Governor’s love of hunting is apparently resonating with the female population as more and more women are hunting.

More women than men took up hunting in the United States in 2009, according to the National Sporting Goods Association. Total hunters in the United States decreased by .05 percent, but the number of female hunters increased 5.4 percent, which led to 163,000 new hunters. The number of women who hunted rose to 3,204,000 in 2009 from 3,041,000 in 2008. Women made up 16.4 percent of the total number of hunters, 19,445,000, in 2009.

Diane Danielson of the NRA’s Women On Target programme explains in this report from the Daily Mail that the ‘Palin effect’ has increased female membership 20 per cent in the National Rifle Association, with the NRA teaching 10,000 new women a year to shoot, and making more girls want to take up hunting.

Kirstie Pike who started Prois Hunting and Field Apparel for Women in Gunnison, CO., told ABC, “I do think Sarah Palin adds a new dimension to the hunting and shooting sports arenas,” said Pike. “I believe that any woman can look at her and think, ‘I can do that. I can be that,’ because she promotes hunting in a way that is without bravado.”

Sure, hunting is not new to many women around the country, but as women watched in wonder as Palin took up her arms during Sarah Palin’s Alaska, it’s only natural to see a rise in what has traditionally been a man’s sport. I wonder what Sarah Palin effect we’ll be talking about next.

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Governor Brewer Takes Whirlwind Flightseeing Trip to Alaska

Posted by Dr. Fay on March 7, 2011

Governor Jan Brewer made an unannounced trip to Alaska over the weekend and attended the start of the Iditarod.  She reportedly spent some time with Governor Palin and met with Governor Sean Parnell.   The giveaway was her Tweets, which were livestreamed by the Republican Governors Association and her Facebook photos

Howard Fischer at the East Valley Tribune reports:

The governor of the 48th state was in the 49th state Sunday.

Jan Brewer, back in Phoenix just several days after her trip to Washington, took off Friday for an unannounced trip to watch the Iditarod races and fly around Mt. McKinley. Press aide Matthew Benson said she’s due back Monday night.

The whirlwind trip is not all sightseeing. Benson said Brewer is “spending a little time” with Todd and Sarah Palin, as well as with Sean Parnell, the current Alaska governor.

None of this was made public ahead of time. In fact, the only reason her travels became public on Sunday is that Brewer decided to share a few photos with her friends on Facebook.

Benson said the trip is not being made with public dollars. And there are no state staffers along for the ride, though Brewer, like all Arizona governors, gets security from the state Department of Public Safety.

“In Alaska for a few days for my first vacation in over two years as governor,” Brewer tweeted on Twitter once she hit the ground. “Heading out to dinner tonight with my husband.”

Benson said son, Michael, who has become a regular on her out-of-town trips, also went along.

Brewer also kept her friends up to date with some photos with the owners of Pizza Olympia in Anchorage as well as a few she took from what she called a “flightseeing” tour. And Sunday she tweeted she was preparing to go out on some snow machines near Denali National Park

See also:

Arizona Governor Jan Brewer Visiting Alaska, Takes In The Iditarod Start In Anchorage And A Denali Flightseeing Tour

Photogallery:  2011 Iditarod Start

Governor drops in on Alaska

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