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Archive for April 6th, 2012

Gov. Palin: Happy Passover

Posted by Dr. Fay on April 6, 2012

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From Governor Palin’s Facebook Note:

Happy Passover

by Sarah Palin on Friday, April 6, 2012 at 4:01pm ·

Todd and I would like to wish our friends in the Jewish community a Happy Passover. Tonight Jewish families throughout the world will gather and ask, “Why is this night different from all other nights?” We can all reflect on the courage and faith inherent in the Exodus story and know that the Almighty hears the cries of those who suffer and leads them to freedom. Chag Sameach!

– Sarah Palin

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Gov. Palin: Good Friday Is About What’s Been Done For Us

Posted by Dr. Fay on April 6, 2012


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From Governor Palin’s Facebook Note:

Good Friday: It’s About What’s Been Done For Us

by Sarah Palin on Friday, April 6, 2012 at 1:14pm ·

May we all have a peaceful and reflective Good Friday and remember what this day is all about. For Christians, this is a day of forgiveness – the ultimate day of forgiveness and mercy. In a recent blog post, Bristol explained this by quoting a lyric from a song: “After all, it’s not about what you’ve done, it’s about what’s been done for you.” Good Friday is about what was done for us. At her Catholic blog,National Review’s Kathryn Jean Lopez saw Bristol’s message and was reminded of something a priest friend told her: “live the present with God, leaving the past to His mercy and the future to His providence.”

The Living Bible’s translation of 1 Peter 2:24 promises that Christ suffered and overcame for us, and He is our example. And the Resurrection promise is “His wounds have healed ours.” That’s something to hold on to!

God bless you all on this Good Friday.

– Sarah Palin

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Gov. Palin: STOCK Act is small step forward in reform

Posted by Dr. Fay on April 6, 2012


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From Governor Palin’s Facebook Note:

We Remain Determined to Defeat Crony Capitalism

by Sarah Palin on Wednesday, April 4, 2012 at 3:07pm ·

Today we saw a small step forward in reform with the signing into law of the STOCK Act. Though many of us feel that the bill was watered down and thus could have been much stronger, this is at least a small step in the right direction. Obviously, there is still a lot more we need to do to combat government corruption (especially in addressing the rampant crony capitalism in our government’s executive branch, which we see so clearly on display in the Obama administration). The best parts of this Act are a requirement for more immediate financial disclosure (with lawmakers required to disclose their trading activities every 45 days instead of just once a year) and a provision that outlaws sweetheart IPO deals like the ones Nancy Pelosi benefited from in the past.

Today’s reform victory wouldn’t have been possible without the great research done by Peter Schweizer in his groundbreaking book “Throw Them All Out” and the investigative reporting of “60 Minutes” based on Peter’s book. We should all applaud them, and look forward to the next steps in our movement to eradicate the cronyism and government corruption in DC.

– Sarah Palin

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Minnesota Paper Reports Local Who Shared PlaneRide With Palin:”Nice,Genuine Person”

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on April 6, 2012

Lucky guy – you never know who you will end up sitting next to.  By “she cuddled up and went to sleep,” I presume (since Todd was right there) he meant cuddled up with her seat and not him! Seriously, time and again when folks get to meet Sarah they always report what a normal, charming person she is. This in direct contradiction to the hateful leftist media who portray her as some sort of demon.  Here’s the report from the Mankato Minnesota Free press:
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April 5, 2012

Mankato auto dealer chit-chats with Palin during flight

MANKATO — When the auto dealer from Mankato and the politician/media star from Wasilla finished with their brief greeting and settled in for the flight from New York to the Twin Cities, the auto dealer shared the news on his Facebook page.
“Interesting ride home,” Todd Snell wrote. “Sarah Palin sitting next to me. Alaska bound via MSP.”
The CEO and president of Snell Motors figured that was pretty much the whole story, but he agreed to share a bit more of his impression of one of America’s best-known and most polarizing political figures.
“It was a thrill to meet her,” he said, although he declined to say whether he’s a fan of the former Alaska governor and Republican vice presidential candidate. “I think Mankatoans would think she was a very nice, genuine person — more so than other politicians I’ve met.”
As the Minnesota director of the National Auto Dealers Association, Snell has made numerous first-class flights to Washington, D.C., and New York for association business. He was returning from an 11-day journey to both cities on Wednesday afternoon.
It was actually three guys headed to Alaska for a fishing trip that pointed out to Snell who he was sitting beside.
“I didn’t even recognize her,” he said. “She had a hat and glasses on. So incognito.”
The fishing buddies, who appeared to have had a few cocktails, ended up in an extended conversation with the other Todd — Palin’s husband — about fishing in Alaska.
Snell had a brief conversation with the self-styled mama grizzly and found her friendly enough.
“I said hello, a few words,” he said.
But he threw no autograph requests at her and didn’t try to draw out any campaign trail tales or stories about her guest-hosting stint on NBC’s “Today” show — the gig that had brought her to NYC. The hat and the sunglasses suggested she didn’t want a lot of in-flight attention.
“She was probably trying to be pretty low key,” Snell said.
When the guys got into their Alaska fishing talk, Palin checked out.
“She kind of rolled her eyes and cuddled up and went to sleep,” Snell said.
His flights to the nation’s capital and to New York have brought other celebrity sightings, including professional athletes and numerous politicians. Snell made it clear he hasn’t been awed by any of them, including Palin.
“You have to remember, she puts her pants on one leg at a time, too,” Snell said.
But Wednesday’s story impressed his kids — 14 and 17 years old — more than their father’s 2011 brush with another nationally known conservative woman with a Minnesota-sounding accent.
“I sat with Michelle Bachmann last year flying to Washington,” he said. “Frankly, I enjoyed my conversation with Palin much more. She was a little more down to earth.”
His kids were more impressed by the Palin meeting, too. When Snell told them about Bachmann, they had no idea who she was.

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