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Archive for February 13th, 2012

Willow Palin At CPAC Looks As Beautiful As Sarah And Bristol

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on February 13, 2012

Is that Willow Palin  in the dark coat and with her mothers hair preceding ( from 5 seconds into the clip) Bristol and Sarah? 


She  looks the part and is a beautiful young lady. 
Bristol looks beautiful too.

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“If Jeb Bush Is Proposed,So Should Palin Minutes Later” At Brokered Convention

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on February 13, 2012

From Jews For Sarah Palin

Something this good should be spread as widely as possible

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Andrew Malcolm: Palin Punches Have Power

Posted by Sarah Palin Web Brigade on February 13, 2012

Andrew Malcolm at Investor’s Business Daily makes some astute observations  in his article about Governor Palin’s CPAC speech Saturday night:

Sarah Palin has been generally laying low these past several months save for her regular guest shots on Fox News and Fox Business and carefully-calibrated op-ed commentaries on a wide variety of current subjects released on her Facebook page.

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With two daughters in tow, Palin emerged from Alaskan hibernation this weekend to headline the year’s top conservative political event, the Conservative Political Action Conference in a sprawling Washington hotel the size of Rhode Island.

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No wonder CPAC saved Sarah for last. And adjourned the conference during her applause.

No one in their right mind would go on-stage after Palin’s political palaver. People who dislike or fear her are incapable of seeing or admitting it. But that doesn’t diminish the reality that Palin is a rare political celebrity and, therefore, an unharnessed power to be reckoned with within the GOP for the foreseeable future.

We’re not talking about her running for any office. We’re talking about her influence, her enduring proven ability to attract and then ignite a crowd — even before anyone sees her. The CPAC buzz was electric all-day. Impatient “Sar-ah! Sar-ah!” chants broke out during preceding speakers.

She has the ability to speak about issues that profoundly bother the audience in common ways and words that listeners instantly recognize and wish they had thought to say just that way. Watch in the video below of her full CPAC speech for how this church-going mother of five mocks Obama’s Winning the Future program with an almost off-color aside. And prompts shared laughter, not shock.

She gets immense unspoken credit for withstanding an amazing amount of abuse and keeping on ticking. Palin punches have power, like her elbows beneath the basket in high school athletic days. One supporter said to me, as if it was the highest contemporary compliment possible, “She fights like a girl!”

Most politicians these days talk to their audiences or, worse, at them. Even the Real Good Talker, who made his name on a 2004 convention speech and has been giving too many ever since. Governing is hard work. Campaigning is tiring, but much easier. So, he has been and will be campaigning, blaming others as usual.

Obama’s standard fundraiser remarks have become tired, repetitious collections of recited pleas for $upport that few would voluntarily pay $35.80 to hear, let alone $35,800 per plate.

Instead, instinctively Palin doesn’t speak at or to audiences. She speaks for them. She tells them what they’ve already accomplished through the tea party, for instance, and what they can accomplish this year and beyond if united. It’s empowering and invigorating, no longer burdened by the attacks of enemies, she need play no defense. The audience hears that she knows them and eagerly becomes hers. To criticize Sarah is to criticize them.

It’s a refreshing phenomenon to watch politically when compared to the current bipartisan cast of characters trying to communicate publicly in this presidential election year. Fascinating, as on either side the ones who are running aren’t connecting. The one who isn’t, is.

Excerpting Palin speeches loses the flow, the knitting together of her thoughts with the audience’s. Even television filters the electricity of listening in the same room. The best we can do for now is provide her full speech on video.

P.S. After his CPAC speech, Santorum and clan walked off the stage. After theirs, Romney and Gingrich stepped down to shake hands with front-row members for a few minutes. Good moves.

After hers, Palin got a standing ovation. She waved for two minutes then plunged into the audience. Moving slowly like a mini-mob from one side of the vast ballroom to the other to accommodate the waves of well-wishers with hands outstretched and cellphones poised. Some sections spontaneously sang ‘Happy Birthday’ for her. And she was thrilled every time.

Sarah Palin did this for the better part of another hour, longer actually than her speech. TV was oblivious, the crews coiling their wires to go home as she continued shaking and touching hands on the ballroom floor below.

Read the entire article here.

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Governor Palin: Professor Dershowitz Is Right About Media Matters

Posted by Sarah Palin Web Brigade on February 13, 2012


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From Governor Palin’s Facebook Note:

Professor Dershowitz Is Right About Media Matters

Harvard University Professor Alan Dershowitz is one of the most knowledgeable and unapologetic defenders of Israel among American academics. This has unfortunately opened him to unfair and intellectually dishonest attacks from his fellow liberals.

In answering a recent attack by Max Blumenthal, formerly of Media Matters for America (MMfA), Prof. Dershowitz said, “Let me tell you, Max Blumenthal and Media Matters will be singlehandedly responsible for (Obama) losing this election. They (the Democrats) cannot win the election and keep this affiliation with them.”

I agree with Prof. Dershowitz, though obviously I think there are many, many more reasons why President Obama should lose this election (trillions, if you consider his latest budget proposal).

Prof. Dershowitz is right to draw attention to MMfA in particular.  As Big Journalism points out: “Media Matters has been condemned by the Simon Wiesenthal Center for their continued use of an antisemitic slur; their own allies have even thrown them under the bus for antisemitism.”

This just shows that Americans of all political stripes are awakened to the dangers of unethical journalists and media organizations that deceive their audiences and use bullying tactics to unfairly target political opponents.

– Sarah Palin

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At CPAC Sarah Palin Showed She Is Chicken Soup For The Conservative Soul

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on February 13, 2012

Whatever the public future holds for Sarah Palin, elected office, appointed senior office, author, pundit or who knows what one thing has been made very clear Sarah has become the Florence Nightingale for the conservative soul.


Even the liberal media, and, incredibly, some “progressive” sites had to acknowledge the astounding level of interest, support. emotion and yes, love, Palin generated at CPAC.


After all the tension of the candidates speeches, the media interviews and the politicking when Sarah arrived, after folks had waiting for two hours in lines which had to be accommodated by extra rooms with screens the huge burst of warmth towards her as she strode to the podium was obvious.


Her standing ovations were more than all the candidates received combined. The protective action for her when the Occupy Idiots attacked was wonderful to see.The hanging on her every word, the laughter at her zingers, the crush to get near her when she finished spoke of so much. 


Here was a hero who had stood up to the very worst the left could throw at her and was still standing tall and sparking. More than anything her demeanour and words of comfort and encouragement during what is a trying time for the GOP struck exactly the right note.


What we saw at CPAC was the same raw and wonderful emotion that we saw at her breakthrough address to the 2008 convention. Nobody, just nobody in the GOP can draw out this wellspring of pure emotion-there were reports of teary-eyed grannies dancing in front of their televisions as Sarah spoke.


For me I hope her future includes representative office at the highest level where her spirit can generate the same healing that Reagan brought as it springs from the same place-the heartland of America, and is chicken soup for that heart.
Sarah Palin says the film about her candidacy is "based on a false narrative."


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Mickelson, Tebow and Palin

Posted by villagejack on February 13, 2012

If any golf enthusiast predicted that Phil Mickelson would beat Tiger by 11 strokes in the final round and win the Pebble Beach golf tournament they would have been banished to playing in the rough for the rest of their lives.

Conversely, every sports critic in the National Football League said Tim Tebow would “never ”
be an NFL quarterback and would probably be relegated to being a fullback or linebacker.  Then he went on to get the Denver Broncos into the playoffs and beat Pittsburg in the first game.  You critics are going to be really surprised in the 2012 season.

When Sarah Palin dropped out of the Republican primary race most of her liberal and status quo pundits were quick to say “good, she is going to the sidelines forever”.  Then she wins “Woman of the Year” award from Clair Booth Luce Institute, followed by the most rousing speech of the CPAC Convention with the following comment ‘she believes the Republican convention might end up being brokered”.  She said the latter with a knowing smile on her face. All during the speech the crowd was yelling USA, USA, USA and run, Sarah, run.

If Phil and Tim can do the improbable, is it possible the Convention would turn to Sarah and then  she goes on to win the Presidency.  All  three people are noted for their great moral character and reflect a change America really needs.

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Palin: Happy Birthday, President Lincoln

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on February 13, 2012

Most every day we hear disparaging remarks about our country’s constitution and there’s an attitude held by many that something which happened so long ago could never be applicable in today’s world.  Governor Palin, in her own way, reminds us how very important it is to learn from history and how words spoken some 150 years ago still have meaning and gives us the opportunity to learn from our nation’s past events.

Today, on what would be President Lincoln’s 203rd birthday, America still honors our sixteenth president. It was a long journey from a humble log cabin in Kentucky to the prestigious White House in our nation’s capital. The road he traveled was certainly not without struggles and hardships – from the loss of family as a boy to the turmoil of a war-divided nation as a man. His is a story of the true American spirit, the same spirit that inspires and motivates Americans today.

Without question, his perseverance and indomitable will contributed to the historical Emancipation Proclamation in 1863, changing the course of America forever and helping to usher in the sudden and relentless reform so needed at that time. Also, who could forget the words, so often quoted, from the Gettysburg Address?

“It is for us the living, rather, to be dedicated here to the unfinished work which they who fought here have thus far so nobly advanced. It is rather for us to be here dedicated to the great task remaining before us—that from these honored dead we take increased devotion to that cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotion—that we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain—that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom—and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth.”   More

Cross posted at Sarah Palin Blog

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Palin Not Convinced Romney (Video) Is A Conservative-Neither Am I And 70% Of GOP

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on February 13, 2012

Sarah says it, as usual straightforwardly “I am not convinced.” Since Romney generally runs about 30% vote support, and generally is doing worse in support compared to the same primary states he ran in 2008, neither are about 70% of the rank and file.


Here is Romney’s (declining) 30%



Palin is absolutely right that the primary and vetting and candidate position process must continue. Ideally, for me, right till Tampa where none of the current candidates have a majority of delegates (although  I would be happy with Newt as the nominee) and the convention turned to her or someone else who is a genuine conservative.


Unlike Sarah I am not so sanguine as to believe Romney will ever be identified as a true conservative, as she hinted at yesterday at CPAC and, even if she endorses him if he is the nominee, will not vote for him. 

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Heck Freezes over Again; NBC Runs Positive Report On Palin At CPAC

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on February 13, 2012

Now that Palin is not seen as a threat to the left/MSM/Obama team (one and the same) there is actually a tiny bit of “fair and balanced” reporting of Palin. 



NBC which has led in the distortion about Palin followed on from the radical leftist site “Crooks and Liars” (See previous post AT THIS LINK) in giving a fair report of Palin at CPAC.


These reports only give a huge contrast to what went before and how biased they were when they saw Palin as a possible candidate against Obama. One can rest assured that the bias would return immediately if she did mount a campaign.

 

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