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Archive for September 13th, 2011

Michelle Malkin Debunks Gardasil-Palin Connection

Posted by Adrienne Ross on September 13, 2011

After Rick Santorum and Michele Bachmann chewed out Governor Perry for the Texas mandate that young girls be inoculated with Gardasil, Governor Palin also took on this issue in her post-GOP presidential debate interview with Greta Van Susturen.

Today, some looking to accuse Governor Palin of supporting the same practice in Alaska, took to their laptops–ill-informed though they were. Michelle Malkin takes them to task for what she calls “a really, really stupid attack on Palin.” (Aren’t they all?)

To the charge that Governor Palin is guilty of what Governor Perry is–including crony capitalism–Malkin states:

It’s a freakingly obvious night and day difference — Perry’s MANDATE on families and the MANDATE on insurers going over the heads of the state legislature versus the Palin administration’s decision to accept federal subsidies to increase access to those who choose to take it. (Note: Gardasil is not and never has been mandated in the state of Alaska.)


Moreover, Palin is on record in 2008 e-mails expressing her general opposition to certain vaccine mandates.

It’s a pathetic and ill-informed act of desperation to try and turn the crony capitalism charge on Palin, which is a telling measure of how effective her voice is on this topic — and why so many would rather silence her.

Read Michelle Malkin’s full article, in which she debunks these accusations in detail, here .

Speaking of those emails, multitudes couldn’t wait until they became public so they could dig, scratch, and sniff some juicy tidbits that were supposed to expose Governor Palin for the unethical, hypocritical brute their narrative said she was. We’re constantly reminded, however, that publicizing the private emails of her administration has instead proven–again and again–what a hard working, consistent, and extremely effective governor she was.

(h/t Whitney)

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SarahPAC: Now is the time to show your ongoing support of Gov. Palin

Posted by Ron Devito on September 13, 2011

Dear SarahPAC Supporter,

During these tough economic times, struggling families and individuals across America need leadership and solutions. In his address to Congress last week, our President offered only recycled proposals that have been proven to fail.

Increasing spending and expanding government control over the lives of hardworking Americans is not the solution to our broken economy. Mortgaging the future of our children and grandchildren will not ensure a better situation today, but it will ensure greater burdens in the future.

With the Presidential election right around the corner, Governor Palin has to make the important decision of whether or not to run for office. You’ve supported SarahPAC’s past efforts to defeat Obama liberals across the country, and I’m asking for your help again.

Let’s show Governor Palin that she has our support as she faces this crucial decision!

America is facing a tough road back to prosperity, but we can get there with commonsense conservative leadership from Governor Palin and the support of the Tea Party Revolution she led during the 2010 mid-term elections.

Our President has failed to take the initiative required to ease the economic difficulties facing our nation, and we need real change.

Will you support Governor Palin with a generous donation to SarahPAC today?

Thank you for your continuing support of Governor Palin and SarahPAC. You can also help her by sharing our message with your friends and family on Facebook and Twitter!


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Palin one step ahead of GOP presidential candidates

Posted by loricalabrese on September 13, 2011

As the heat between GOP presidential candidates continues to rise, one person getting a kick out of the whole drama playing out on TV is Sarah Palin.

Palin appeared on ‘On the Record with Greta Van Susteren’ Monday night after Monday’s GOP presidential debate and weighed in on the candidates and the deafening silence when it comes to the issues that the candidates should be addressing, many that Palin has confronted on her Facebook page, and in speeches across the country.

“I’m getting kind of a kick out of getting out there, giving a speech, making some statements about things that must be discussed and then the very next day watching some of the candidates get up there and discuss what it was that we just talked about like the corruption, the crony capitalism, the waste, the fraud – some of those things that are going on right now. It’s like, come on, candidates, it’s about time you started talking about that,” Palin said.

Palin pointed out that any of these candidates would be better than Obama, but that we also have to hold them accountable for their actions, a move that should raise even more speculation of a Palin run.

“I think though and I’m going to take some heat for saying this,Greta, but I think some of them don’t want to go there because they have been participants in some of the waste and casting votes for budgets that are full of waste, just to go along to get along,” Palin said. “Or in their own states, they haven’t tackled debt and deficit spending to the degree that they should. So they don’t have a real strong record to stand on.”

Just as a potential presidential candidate would, Palin stressed her own record of calling out the corruption in government and the issue brought up by Bachmann regarding the mandatory innoculations by Rick Perry in Texas and the possible tie-in with a party donation.

“I was Governor of Alaska at the time that issue came down and I told our health and human services department, Alaska was not going to mandate immunizations for our teenage daughters and there had to be something more to that issue,” Palin said, directing people to the mass e-mails from her time in office that were recently made public.

With every interview Palin engages in, the media will continue to obsess over any possible insight that the former Governor of Alaska will throw her hat into the ring or not and Van Susteren stealthfully addressed the CNN poll that lists Palin in third place, having not even announced an official candidacy.

Palin’s reply was that she has no drop dead date and will not let the media dictate when she gives an answer.

“…I still have that same ole’ dopey same ole’ answer that I’m sure you guys are getting sick of hearing and that is I’m still thinking about it, praying about it, contemplating, talking to my family,” Palin said. “I’m sick of giving the same answer believe me, I’m anxious to give an answer and get on with life one way or the other.”

Although Palin is still not ready to reveal whether she’ll get into the presidential race, this interview with Van Susteren was fascinating because she critiqued the current GOP field, and pointed people to her own strengths and record–something we’d definitely expect from a potential candidate.
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