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Archive for October 7th, 2011

Sarah’s new Rogue position

Posted by villagejack on October 7, 2011

Here is a suggestion for the new Palin era.

Palin has 3.2 million plus Facebook friends.  She also has over 650,000
Twitter friends.

With that kind of base she could go to CNN and suggest that they give her the news hour that begins at 8PM, opposite O’Reilly who has about 3 million viewers.  She would replace Anderson Cooper who only has 800,000 viewers. CNN would not only be competitive with the biggest name in cable news, but would become relevant, fair and balanced and Sarah would continue her rogue image!

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Chuck Heath Jr.: Gov. Palin Considered till Very End

Posted by Ron Devito on October 7, 2011

Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin’s brother Chuck Heath, Jr. yesterday addressed her supporters on Conservatives4Palin’s Bob and Mark comment thread. The complete transcript of his two comments follow:

I would like to personally thank all of you who have worked so hard and really thrown your hearts into supporting Sarah. I, like many of you, was really disappointed in her decision but I completely understand it. I don’t think there are many people out there who could begin to understand the scrutiny her family has been under. As for you who think that Sarah strung you along; as late as last week, right after I interviewed with Steve Bannon, I talked with Sarah and she was still pushing hard and contemplating a run. After a lot of prayers, and finally, through respect for her own family’s wishes, she chose to wait this one out.

Be assured that Sarah’s not done. She will continue to be a force in the political world and I’m sure she’ll be holding whoever’s elected in any important upcoming elections accountable for their actions. In my opinion, I believe she’ll arise again even stronger than before.

Please try to respect her decision, and once again, thank you so much for the support you’ve shown her.

Chuck Heath, Jr.
Sarah’s brother

Thanks again for all you’re encouraging comments. You people found a common bond in your support of Sarah and the ideals she stands for and I’m sure the last thing Sarah would want is for her decision to divide you. As I said earlier, try to respect it. She will still be there fighting the good fight. Stay united and let’s get someone in there who will truly work for the people and right this sinking ship. Stay involved! We’re going to be okay.

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Palin: Hannity Interview 10/6/11

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on October 7, 2011

Governor Sarah Palin appeared on Sean Hannity’s radio show yesterday at which time she discussed the process she went through before arriving at her decision not to run for president in 2012.

H/T PalinTV

Cross posted at Sarah Palin Blog and Team Sarah

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Moving Forward

Posted by Morgan on October 7, 2011

“Is there not one thing in your life that is worth losing everything for?”     – The Wind And The Lion (1975)

Sometimes it is a line in a movie that says it all, that conveys so succinctly what you want to say.  With the recent announcement by Sarah to not seek a run for President in 2012, it was the great screenwriter and director, John Milius, who unwittingly captured my own sentiments so well.

Sarah’s announcement resulted for the most part in two types of reactions: shock, sadness, disappointment, even anger from Palinistas, and snickering variations of “See I told you so” from detractors (if not outright Palin haters) deeply entrenched in their own negative opinions about Sarah, that she is shallow, ignorant, stupid, only out to make money, a fake, a liar, etc., etc., etc.

My own reaction wasn’t anger or disappointment, but has been what I call resigned acceptance.  I had hoped Sarah would announce a run for the top job, and was a little sad at the news, but also knew the possibility she would say no was there.  And because I didn’t want to raise my hopes up only to have them deflated, I tried to be prepared for either a yes or no.  The reasons for her decision are not known to me, and I don’t have the slightest idea what they are, but knowing what the media and Palin-haters have done to her, I can imagine the reasons.

For those of the “See I told you so” crowd, my response to them is short and sweet: Buzz off.  Most of those individuals are not only a waste of my time, but are also complete wastes of skin.  They are mired enough in the false and negative illusions of Sarah they have subscribed to that they are willing to believe anything and everything bad about her, no matter if the claims are distortions or bald-faced lies, like the garbage peddled by “author” Joe McGinniss.  When it comes to Sarah, they are beyond the capability of reasoned argument to be convinced otherwise.

For my fellow Palinistas, there isn’t much I can say at all.  We all respect Sarah’s decision, and her reasons for the decision.  More importantly, we know her role in the 2012 race and how it turns out will be significant, and we have not forgotten why we are in this fight.  We know what we fight for is bigger than any one person, and that Sarah’s decision doesn’t mean the end of the movement.  We know that no matter what, God is not done with us or with America.

Before I close, I will further note that to be able to serve alongside fellow Palinistas like the Mama Grizzly #2 herself, Karen Allen, Peter Singleton, Martha Cano, Mark America, David Powell, Thomas Schmitz, Janne Myrdal, Laura Hatton and Jesse Cornish was an honor.  It was worth giving my time, my effort and my money to help Sarah any way I could, and it will continue to be so.

To all the Palinistas in Indiana and elsewhere, thank you, and especially to Sarah Palin, thank you for all you have done.  May God bless all of us as we continue fighting the good fight.

Cross-posted from Hoosiers For Sarah Palin

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Palin and Supporters: We Will Restore America – Together

Posted by traceyporreca on October 7, 2011

By now, those of you who support Sarah Palin have heard or read her announcement regarding a potential presidential run. Although I am not surprised, it still gives me pause to see how some are reacting to this news.

Gov. Palin never promised she would run, nor did she ask those of us who support her to create blogs and organize groups in support of a possible presidential run. Being frustrated is understandable. So many of us see the direction this country is going in, especially after the last 3 years of the Obama administration, and many see a Palin presidency as the only solution to that problem. But the ideas and ideals that are ensconced within the essence of a Palin presidency originate from Gov. Palin herself, and she is not going anywhere folks. That same spirit, that same excitement is still there. Gov. Palin has told us all along that you don’t need a title to make a difference. What better way to prove that point at this time?

Our country was founded, and our constitution crafted, by individuals who believed in a citizenry form of government. Palin the citizen feels she can be more effective as that – a citizen. It is no accident she titled her announcement “Restoring America Together.” I for one can’t wait to hear what she has to say about the current field of candidates and any future candidates that might announce. I am anxious to see who she supports. I feel she is a leader and this is how she has chosen to lead at this time – as a citizen.

I believe, as she said on the Bob and Mark show, that she had every intention of running. I do not believe (as some have intimated) that she “knew all along” she would make this announcement. Whatever her reasons for not running, they are hers and we all should respect that. I don’t want Gov. Palin or anyone else going into the office of the presidency simply because she feels it is expected of her by others. This is a Herculean task, running this country. I feel that Gov. Palin is perfectly suited for this position, but only if this is the right time for her and only if she feels this is how she can be most effective.

Those who did not originally support her are rumored to be breathing a collective sigh of relief, but I believe that is also a misplaced response. She has always been a formidable voice, all the way back to her time on the oil and gas commission, as a Wasilla City Mayor, and as our governor. She will continue to be a voice to be heard on the United States political forefront. The discussion regarding Obamacare, the Tea Party, and crony capitalism are just a few of the national dialogues she has enhanced and led. Her intelligence, her willingness to jump in and say and do what needs to be said and done, is still available to us. This is just the next chapter. I for one am excited to see what the next chapter will be. Trust her folks. It’s our time to Restore America, Together.

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