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Palin: My Tribute to the Clear-Sighted Senator from the Bluegrass State

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on April 19, 2013

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Rand Paul (KY-R) has been named to Time’s annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world and Sarah Palin penned the article associated with this honor.  Readers may recall that Governor Palin was named to “Time’s 100 Most Influential People” in 2009.

From Time:

When the Tea Party movement wanted to send a message to the Senate in 2010, it elected a clear-sighted eye doctor from the Bluegrass State. In a D.C. too often defined by the venal equivocations of a permanent political class more interested in consolidating its own power than in upholding the Constitution or defending the common good, Senator Rand Paul is a voice of reason awakening the public to what must be done to restore our prosperity and preserve the blessings of liberty for future generations. His brand of libertarian-leaning conservatism attracts young voters, and recently he inspired the nation with his Capraesque filibuster demanding basic answers about our use of drones. I sent him some caribou jerky from Alaska to help keep up his strength on the Senate floor. There’s more where that came from for this bold Senator with 20/20 vision willing to take a stand for liberty.

Palin is a former governor of Alaska

8 Responses to “Palin: My Tribute to the Clear-Sighted Senator from the Bluegrass State”

  1. I every time emailed this weblog post page to all my friends, because
    if like to read it afterward my friends will too.

  2. DocBarry1 said

    Does anyone know if Rand Paul asked Gov Palin to pen this Tribute – if he did and/or if he approved her to do it – I would like to know that – it would be special and great!

  3. joydbrower said

    Delighted with Sarah Palin’s excellent article about Rand Paul – writtten with wit and intelligence! Also, it’s an issue that will be read by MANY people in this country and abroad. In a word, Palin is still very much a part of the national political scene!

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