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Archive for the ‘State of the Union Address’ Category

Sarah Palin Talks to Greta Von Susteren On The Record 01/28/10

Posted by Dr. Fay on January 31, 2010

On the day following Obama’s State of the Union address, Governor Palin talked with Greta Susteren on On The Record via satellite from Wasilla. She pointed out the contradictions and fingerpointing in Obama’s address and also discussed her position on the pro-life Tebow Super Bowl Ad.

Video of the segment in which Governor Palin discusses Obama’s SOTU and health care reform can be found here.

Video for the segment about her position on the Tebow Super Bowl Ad controversy can be found here.

The transcript for the entire episode can be found here:

Palin to Obama: Stop the Fingerpointing  http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,584246,00.html

The transcript of Governor Palin’s post-SOTU analysis the night before for On The Record can be found here:

The State of President Obama’s Union (On The Record Transcript) http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,584121,00.html

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Sarah Palin Hopes Obama Will Change His Tune in His SOTU to “I’m Listening, America”

Posted by Dr. Fay on January 26, 2010

Last night, Governor Palin tweeted:

Her tweet was preceded by this Facebook Note:

Mr. President: Please Try, “I’m Listening, People,” Instead of “Listen Up, People!”

Yesterday at 9:33pm EST

We’ve now seen three landslide Republican victories in three states that President Obama carried in 2008. From the tea parties to the town halls to the Massachusetts Miracle, Americans have tried to make their opposition to Washington’s big government agenda loud and clear. But the President has decided that this current discontent isn’t his fault, it’s ours. He seems to think we just don’t understand what’s going on because he hasn’t had the chance – in his 411 speeches and 158 interviews last year – to adequately explain his policies to us.

Instead of sensibly telling the American people, “I’m listening,” the president is saying, “Listen up, people!” This approach is precisely the reason people are upset with Washington. Americans understand the president’s policies. We just don’t agree with them. But the president has refused to shift focus and come around to the center from the far left. Instead he and his old campaign advisers are regrouping to put a new spin on the same old agenda for 2010.

Americans aren’t looking for more political strategists. We’re looking for real leadership that listens and delivers results. The president’s former campaign adviser is now calling on supporters to “get on the same page,” but what’s on that page? He claims that the president is “resolved” to “keep fighting for” his agenda, but we’ve already seen what that government-growth agenda involves, and frankly the hype doesn’t give us much hope. Real health care reform requires a free market approach; real job creation involves incentivizing, not punishing, the job-creators; reining in the “big banks” means ending bailouts; and stopping “the undue influence of lobbyists” means not cutting deals with them behind closed doors.

Instead of real leadership, though, we’ve had broken promises and backroom deals. One of the worst: candidate Obama promised to go through the federal budget “with a scalpel,” but President Obama spent four times more than his predecessor. Want more? Candidate Obama promised that lobbyists “won’t find a job in my White House,” but President Obama gave at least a dozen former lobbyists top administration jobs. Candidate Obama promised us that we could view his health care deliberations openly and honestly on C-SPAN, but President Obama cut deals behind closed doors with industry lobbyists. Candidate Obama promised us that we would have at least five days to read all major legislation, but President Obama rushed through bills before members of Congress could even read them.

Candidate Obama promised us that his economic stimulus package would be targeted and pork-free, but President Obama signed a stimulus bill loaded with pork and goodies for corporate cronies. Candidate Obama railed against Wall Street greed, but President Obama cozied up to bankers as he extended and expanded their bailouts. Candidate Obama promised us that for “Every dollar that I’ve proposed [in
spending], I’ve proposed an additional cut so that it matches.” We’re still waiting to see how President Obama will cut spending to match the trillion he’s spent.

More than anything, Americans were promised jobs, but the president’s stimulus package has failed to stem our rising unemployment rate. Maybe it was unfair to expect that an administration with so little private sector experience would understand something about job creation. How many Obama Administration officials have ever had to make a payroll or craft a business plan in the private sector? How many have had to worry about not having the resources to invest and expand? The president’s big government policies have made hiring a new employee a difficult commitment for employers to make. Ask yourself if the Obama Administration has done anything to make it easier for employers to hire. Have they given us any reassurance that the president will keep taxes low and not impose expensive new regulations?

Candidate Obama over-promised; President Obama has under-delivered. Weunderstand you, Mr. President. We’ve listened to you again and again. We ask that you now listen to the American people.-

Sarah Palin

Posted in listen to the people, Obama, Sarah Palin, State of the Union Address | 1 Comment »

Palin Hopes Obama Will Address Need for Domestic Energy Production

Posted by Dr. Fay on January 24, 2010

Complete transcript of Governor Palin’s Facebook Note:

Where’s the Oil in Our National Energy Policy?

 Today at 6:41pm EST

America’s energy challenges are getting more and more serious every day, and yet the Obama administration just doesn’t get it. Please see this informative article that sheds light on one aspect of the president’s problem. It starts by explaining our energy demand will increase, and oil will be part of that demand.

Well, what do you know? The Obama administration, whose entire energy posture going back into the presidential campaign has been both ideologically and practically stridently anti-oil, both as an industry and as a form of energy, has suddenly become “concerned” about China’s oil grab.
 

This is, to say the least, disingenuous.

The U.S. government under Barack Obama has yet to acknowledge once, in spite of widely held estimates, that oil will continue to account for 40% of world energy demand 25 years from now — this while total world energy demand will increase by 50%, at least.
 

 

Read the rest here. I look forward to hopefully hearing President Obama acknowledge America’s need to ramp up domestic energy production, including oil and natural gas developments, during Wednesday’s State of the Union address. Let’s hope his advisers advise him accordingly.

– Sarah Palin

Posted in domestic energy production, national energy policy, Obama, Sarah Palin, State of the Union Address, Uncategorized | 1 Comment »