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Archive for May 23rd, 2011

Palin aides set the record straight on Bailey’s bogus book

Posted by joshpainter on May 23, 2011

– by Josh Painter
Gov. Palin’s team is responding to allegations made in former aide Frank Bailey’s book Blind Allegiance to Sarah Palin. Though the book will not be officially released until tomorrow, portion of it have been getting considerable exposure on left wing blogs for months. Politico’s Andy Barr reports that Palin aides have commented that the purported tell-all “belongs on the fiction shelves”:

In their first comments about the book since several media outlets obtained a leaked manuscript in February, two sources close to Palin disputed several of the anecdotes in the book, including his claims of illegal coordination with the Republican Governors Association and that he has seen Palin’s deposition in the so-called “Troopergate” case, which is sealed. Palin’s camp also insists that some of the Palin emails printed in the manuscript are framed to distort events…


Palin aides also pointed to previous ethics charges against Bailey during his service to the ex-governor’s administration, as well as an ongoing investigation by the state attorney general’s office over the emails Bailey included in the book. Additionally, SarahPAC spokesman Tim Crawford highlighted Bailey’s book cover, which is a modified image. The original photo was of Palin standing next to other governors at an RGA event, not next to Bailey.

“Frank Bailey was the only member of the Palin administration to be forced to [receive ethics training after being found to] have acted unethically – twice,” Crawford said. “He is currently under investigation again by the state attorney general. Then, as the administrator of certain email accounts, he acted unethically by appropriating account information he was entrusted to protect.”

“Gov. Palin suspended Bailey and refused to hire Bailey when he sought a position on her vice presidential campaign staff and later with SarahPAC. Mr. Bailey has an axe to grind and abandoned truth in his book. The cover of the book tells this story, two completely different photos twisted and Photoshopped to create a fraudulent image. The book belongs on the fiction shelves.”


Cross-posted from Texas for Sarah Palin

– JP

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Reports: Sarah Palin buying $1.6M Arizona house with a gorgeous view – to the White Hous

Posted by Devonia Smith on May 23, 2011

Reports: Sarah Palin buying $1.6M Arizona house with a GORGEOUS  VIEW –  to the White House!

Jennifer Parks, ABC, spotted the home that speculation says may be the future $1.6 million Palin campaign compound in north Scottsdale, Arizona. On four acres, a local realtor describes it as “a low-key area” with almost 8,000 square feet,  a breathtaking view and plenty of privacy.  (Take a peek inside the  possible Palin  GORGEOUS! compound in the video)

The head of Arizona’s Republican Party and his wife are hopeful, reminding Parks, that Palin’s daughter, Bristol, already lives there. Parks reports that that couple thinks the Valley is “exactly the place for Mama Grizzly to launch her 2012 bid for the presidency.”

Not everyone will feel that supportive. Remember, it was Barbara Bush who said   that she hoped Sarah Palin would stay in Alaska … (looks like Barbara may be very disappointed!?!?)  Continue reading …

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Barack Obama’s Disregard for Ally’s Security Begs Clarity

Posted by Ron Devito on May 23, 2011

Governor Palin today posted on Facebook:

As I noted on Judge Jeanine Pirro’s show this weekend, I reject President Obama’s idea that Israel must cede back its territories to the 1967 line. Will we now be in the habit of telling our allies what their borders should be? Should Prime Minister Netanyahu suggest we return to our 1845 borders before the annexation of the southwest of the United States during the Mexican-American War? Should we give back parts of Texas, New Mexico, and California?


But the problem is even deeper. In both his State Department speech and his speech yesterday at AIPAC, President Obama made some seemingly specific comments about the Palestinian state that he wants to see created. He either misspoke or he has even more dangerous plans for our friends in Israel than he is publicly admitting.


In the State Department speech, President Obama said that he wants the borders of Palestine and Israel to “be based on the 1967 lines” (in other words, with both the West Bank and the Gaza Strip as part of the new Palestinian state) and that he wants a Palestine that is a “sovereign and contiguous state” (emphasis added). The Merriam–Webster dictionary defines “contiguous” as “being in actual contact: touching along a boundary or at a point; of angles, adjacent; next or near in time or sequence; touching or connected throughout in an unbroken sequence,” like the “contiguous United States” which obviously excludes Alaska and Hawaii.


But the 1967 lines do not include a “contiguous” Palestine. (See the map here.) So what does he mean? The President proposes “mutually agreed [land] swaps, so that secure and recognized borders are established for both states.” Is linking Gaza and the West Bank with a road the “secured border” he has in mind? Or is he suggesting something more? Is it not possible he’s suggesting that the only way you can create a “contiguous” Palestinian state with “secured” borders is by carving Israel in half? Clarification on this point is of paramount importance, Mr. President.


In fact, that leads me to another even bigger geographic problem with the President’s remarks. As the British newspaper The Independent points out, there is further confusion because President Obama said, “The United States believes that negotiations should result in two states, with permanent Palestinian borders with Israel, Jordan, and Egypt, and permanent Israeli borders with Palestine.” As The Independent asks: “How does that square with the pre-1967 borders? Was the President implying that the new improved Israel will border neither Jordan nor Egypt, as it does now? Would Palestine’s contiguous territory come at the expense of Israel’s? Would Israel get the Gaza Strip and the Mediterranean and Palestine get the Negev and a Red Sea port?”


Is that what you have in mind, Mr. President? Do you not want an Israeli border with Egypt? You need to clarify what you mean. Diplomacy requires precision and you are causing enormous anxiety for some and making commitments to others that you might not be able to keep.


It has long been the dream of radicals like Noam Chomsky to create a “contiguous Palestine.” True, President George W. Bush spoke ambiguously of a “contiguous” Palestinian state, but he never defined it geographically with borders the way President Obama has, and he had the security of our ally Israel in mind more than our current President. President Obama has in essence boxed Israel in without regard for the facts on the ground and without appreciating the fact that Israel looks across the negotiating table and sees the terrorist organization Hamas in alliance with Fatah. Israel has demonstrated in the past that it is willing to negotiate fairly with a genuine partner in peace. Just look at the treaty it maintains to this day with Egypt. All of this should have been considered and the President’s words should have been carefully measured so as to help and not hinder the peace process. Unfortunately, his words have caused confusion and distressed our ally.


– Sarah Palin


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Palin: Pray for Joplin, MO

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on May 23, 2011

While most of us on the east coast were sleeping, Sarah Palin tweeted the following message:

Pls pray for victims & assist however you can as Joplin, MO is devastated by violent tornado’s direct hit. MT@Drudge

I’ll add the following: Find a charity you can support and please do so with your time and/or donations. Our fellow American citizens desperately need our help. ~Jackie~

Cross posted at Sarah Palin Blog

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