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Archive for February 7th, 2012

Palin Adviser Tim Crawford part of ShePAC Team

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on February 7, 2012

From the ShePAC website:

“We will identify women who are proven leaders and who stand strong for conservative principles, and we will deploy the resources necessary to give them the best chance of winning.”


(Reuters) – An adviser to Sarah Palin, a Tea Party leader and a Republican politician are starting a super PAC to endorse conservative women running for office and gather women’s support for the Republican nominee in the presidential election.

The political action committee, called ShePAC, is the brainchild of Tim Crawford, who has advised 2008 vice presidential nominee Palin and former President Ronald Reagan; Teri Christoph, one of the original Tea Party activists; and Suzanne Haik Terrell, former Senate candidate from Louisiana who now runs Project GoPink, a group that encourages Republican women to run for office.

The group filed registration documents with the Federal Election Commission on Tuesday to create the super PAC, its leaders said.

ShePAC is the latest super PAC to join dozens of such ouside groups that can now raise unlimited amounts of money as long as they do not work in concert with official campaigns, thanks to a 2010 U.S. Supreme Court decision.  More

You can follow ShePAC on Facebook, on Twitter or visit the ShePAC website to learn more.

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Palin: “On The Record” 2/6/12

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on February 7, 2012

Sarah Palin appeared “On The Record” with Greta Van Susteren where she discussed the ongoing GOP primary process and the importance of defeating Obama “because four more years of Obama is not something we can afford”.

H/T SarahNetToo

Cross posted at Sarah Palin Blog

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Governor Palin on GOP Enthusiasm and Conservative Credentials of GOP Candidates

Posted by Sarah Palin Web Brigade on February 7, 2012

Governor Palin talked with Greta last night about the lack of enthusiasm in the current GOP race and the conservative credentials of the four current candidates.  She said that she thinks the lack of enthusiasm among GOP votera and Independents is due to their and the media’s foregone conclusion that Romney will be the GOP nominee.  She said that Romney is the one that Obama would most want to run against and debate with.   Gov. Palin said that Gingrich is the candidate who would be the toughest debater against Obama.

When asked about the conservative credentials of the existing four GOP candidates,  Gov. Palin cited Ron Paul’s fiscal conservatism and Santorum’s social conservatism.  She said that Romney had raised taxes as governor and had flip-flopped on social issues.  She said that Gingrich had been part of the Reagan Revolution and that he had helped cut taxes and shrink government even with a Democrat President.

Governor Palin thinks Santorum will start rising in the polls and said he should hang onto his hat, because he will be the next that is attacked.   She said that Romney has spent $70 million on the airwaves, and that Santorum has only been able to raise $2.2 million.   Gov. Palin thinks that once the eventual nominee is chosen, enthusiasm will increase in the GOP race.

Greta asked her if she thought Ron Paul’s inability to rise in the polls was due to his foreign policy, and Gov. Palin agreed.    She said, “As goes Israel, so goes America.”   Iran, she said, wants to wipe Israel off the face of the Earth,  with America as their next target.  She said we need a President who understands the dire straits that Israel is in, surrounded by enemies who would support Iran, and how that affects America.

Gov. Palin emphasized that the candidates need to focus on defeating on Obama, who has increased taxes and embraced deficit spending.   She reiterated that any of the GOP candidates would be a better choice for this country than Obama.  Gov. Palin  ended by saying, “We’re in a world of trouble under Obama.”

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