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Sarah Palin documentary produced by Stephen Bannon and Victory Film Group

Scott Conroy: Palin Backers Use Film to Spread Message Ahead of Iowa Speech

Posted by joshpainter on September 1, 2011

– by Josh Painter
O4P volunteers are Sarah Palin’s most powerful asset in Iowa, and the documentary “The Undefeated” may be their most effective organizing tool asset as they prepare for her Saturday speech in Indianola. RealClearPolitics’ Scott Conroy reports that the group has been screening the film for small audiences in churches, libraries and private homes across Iowa all summer long:

Ladd Ventling, who serves as a county coordinator for the Iowa branch of Organize4Palin, told RCP that he spoke privately with Todd Palin for over 20 minutes about the volunteer group’s efforts during the visit by Alaska’s former First Couple to the Iowa State Fair earlier this month.

Ventling said that while Todd Palin did not say his wife planned to announce her candidacy, the Webster City, Iowa, native came away from the conversation convinced that she does indeed intend to get in.

“If they weren’t going to run, he would’ve said, ‘Thank you very much for what you’re doing, but you don’t have to do that,’ ” Ventling told RCP.

Polly Doolittle, also of Webster City, is another Organize4Palin volunteer who is working in conjunction with Tea Party of America in advance of Saturday’s rally in Indianola.


“We did a bigger showing in Emmetsburg last Saturday in a theater there,” Ventling said. “Everyone applauded when it was over. And people always want to stay around and chat and give us their opinion about what the movie did for them.”

Steven K. Bannon, the filmmaker behind “The Undefeated,” agreed with several of Palin’s Iowa volunteers who suggested that her successful 2006 gubernatorial run against incumbent Frank Murkowski, which the film recounts in detail, might serve as a prototype for a 2012 presidential bid.

“Alaska in mid-decade was like America today,” Bannon said. “You had a corrupt political class in cahoots with big oil. The central issue now is crony capitalism with this collusion of big business, big government, and big finance taking care of themselves to the detriment of the middle class.”

That last statement should serve as food for thought to those who have fancied that Gov. Palin would endorse Texas Governor Rick Perry rather than jump into the presidential race herself. Crony capitalism is one of the major issues TEA Party conservatives have with Gov. Perry. In sharp contrast, Sarah Palin’s record is that of a reformer who fought such corruption both as an oil & gas commissioner and a governor.

Peter Singleton, O4P’s Iowa state coordinator, says the organization has “done dozens and dozens of screenings,” and plans to do many more, mostly to small audiences of 6 to 20 people. the group’s plan to increase the frequency of the showings in the first-in-the nation caucus state Iowa during the weeks after Gov. Palin’s keynote address Saturday.

Cross-posted from Texans for Sarah Palin

– JP

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‘The Undefeated’: New Fire for the Dis-Couraged

Posted by joshpainter on August 5, 2011

– by Josh Painter
Here are some excerpts from an excellent blog post by an early Palin supporter who, for a number of reasons including the governor’s 2009 decision to resign, allowed that early enthusiasm to wane. We pick up her story at the Smart Girl summit in St. Louis, where a remark by Andrew Breitbart persuaded her to go to the screening at that event last weekend of “The Undefeated.”

The least I could do was sit and watch the film.

And so I did. And as I did, I found myself overcome with a very unexpected emotion: shame. As I relived her story, the relatively humble beginnings, the young mother who decided to get involved and then rose and met each challenge that came her way, the can-doer who won office repeatedly with odds stacked heavily against her, the fearless fighter who took on corruption, the wildly popular and successful Governor, the exhilarating and scrappy Vice Presidential candidate, I was reminded of all the reasons I’d admired her. And as I watched the absolute hatred and viciousness directed at her from all sides, the zeal with which many sought to take her down – yes, like the zebra set upon by the lions – I could not escape the realization that it was I who had let her down. Not personally. I am but one lowly fiscal conservative/social moderate/with libertarian leanings, far removed from her world, far from influential in any meaningful way. But I stopped standing up for her. And for the principles and values she’s fought so very hard for. I became complacent and allowed others to badmouth her and besmirch her character without so much as the slightest challenge, without any effort to persuade them to stop, take a step back, and consider any of it.

There may be many eunuchs in the GOP who’ve abandoned her to cover their own political backsides. But what does that make me? In many respects, Sarah Palin is me: She’s close to me in age, a PTA Mom, a Christian, a runner, a professional, a true believer in America and the principles upon which it was founded. The difference is, she’s a fighter. And I have been…a coward. Rather than following her lead and boldly exhibiting the courage of my convictions, I allowed myself to become discouraged – DIS-couraged. I’ve rationalized this by noting that in my line of work, and considering some of the career aspirations I possess, sticking my neck out and taking a clear stand could be dangerous. I have a daughter to support, a mortgage to pay, a house to try and keep from falling down. I can’t afford to take risks like that. I need that security. But at what cost?

I alluded to this in my second SGS11 recap blog – the recurring theme about each one of us having not only the ability but the responsibility to stand up and fight for the things we hold dear. Not for fame or glory or validation. But because it’s what’s right. I’m not certain of the movie’s run-time, but I do know that for much of it, I found myself fighting back tears. Because I am ashamed – I’m ashamed of my fellow human beings who’ve made it their life’s work to tear down and destroy those who dare fight for and take pride in our great nation. I’m ashamed of my fellow conservatives who’ve abandoned one of the greatest champions for the conservative cause because it was politically expedient to do so. And I’m ashamed of myself – for not fighting like a girl. For not fighting at all.

I haven’t yet figured out what this revelation will or should translate into in my life. I only know that I’m no longer comfortable sitting back and letting others do battle for me. So, to those who question whether “Undefeated” is worth a watch, my answer is, “Yes. Unless you lack the courage.”


It’s a long post, but more than worth the read. Does this story remind you of someone you know? If so, you need to get that person to a theater to see “The Undefeated.”

h/t: Tami

Cross-posted from Texans for Sarah Palin

– JP

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Who will you take to see ‘The Undefeated?’ Five target groups

Posted by joshpainter on July 31, 2011

– by Josh Painter
“The Undefeated,” now beginning its third week in theaters, has attracted large numbers of Sarah Palin supporters to see it. This is as expected, and it is necessary that Palinistas see this film. But we are not the people Stephen Bannon had in mind when he made his groundbreaking documentary. He made his film with Palin skeptics in mind, with the goal of changing their perceptions about Gov. Palin. His film has proven itself more than able to accomplish this mission, if only sufficiently large numbers of these skeptics can be persuaded to watch it.

This is where the Palinistas come in, for we have a critically important job to do. The governor’s loyal supporters must help get the skeptics into the theater seats. That’s why it is essential that we target those among our friends who do not share our admiration for Sarah Palin to see this film. Many of these skeptics will not go to see “The Undefeated” on their own or at our prodding, but when we offer to buy their tickets and challenge their sense of fair play to view the film with an open mind, most of them will go along.

Palin skeptics can be roughly sorted into six main categories: liberals, independents, Blue Collar Democrats, libertarians, moderate Republicans and fiscal conservatives. We have read reports of some liberals who have seen the film with Palin supporter friends and had their eyes — and more importantly their minds — opened. But of the six groups of Palin skeptics, liberals will be the hardest to get to the theaters, and once there, open their minds to allow the film to make the case for the governor. While any liberal attitudes which can be changed to be more positive toward Sarah Palin are pluses, few of this group would vote for her even if they were to discover that she has been unfairly demonized by their fellows on the left and a media which is all too willing to serve the leftist cause. Liberals account for only about 20 percent of all voters anyway, so much more fertile ground for changing minds lies among the other five groups:

Independents – This is the obvious target group we most want to see “The Undefeated.” Independents — called swing voters because they have the power to literally swing elections from one party’s candidates to the other — are the keys to the highway that leads to the White House. Although Gov. Palin’s numbers have started to rebound with this group, there is still much work to be done. Most independents have not even a remote idea of what her record as governor of Alaska looks like, and it is among these swing voters that the film has the most potential to change attitudes. Seek out your independent voter friends and invite them to see the film with you. Matinee tickets are inexpensive, and you should consider paying the way for swing voter friends to see “The Undefeated an investment equally as important as a donation to SarahPAC.

Blue Collar Democrats – These are the working class Democrats who in The Gipper’s day were called “Reagan Democrats” because so many of them who had voted for Jimmy Carter in 1976 crossed over to mark their ballots for Reagan in 1980. Although many of the Reagan Democrats changed their party affiliation to the GOP and many others became independent voters, there are still significant numbers of them who, although not at all happy with the way hard core liberals dominate their party, would never think of being anything other than a Democrat. There are strong family ties to the party that go back for generations, and many Blue Collar Dems are rank and file union members. There are many fiscal conservatives among this group, and though many are also culturally conservative, they tend to tolerate social diversity — to a point. That point is most often reached when liberals try to force things Reagan Dems disagree with upon them and their children. Sarah Palin must reassemble the Reagan Coalition to win the presidency, and Blue Collar Democrats are an important component of that coalition. Like their independent counterparts, this demographic doesn’t know Gov. Palin’s history as a city councilwoman, mayor, oil & gas commissioner and governor in remote Alaska. “The Undefeated” can have a significant impact on how Blue Collar Democrats view her, so make a point of targeting your friends in this group to watch the film with you.

Libertarians – Many small-l libertarians believe the media narrative about Gov. Palin and are surprised when they learn that she governed Alaska as neither theocrat nor far right wing bomb thrower. Social libertarians have been only too willing to spread the false left wing talking points about Sarah Palin to their libertarian brethren, so there is much gold to be mined among this demographic. Libertarians were an important part of the Reagan Coalition, and as many of them we can get the truth to, the better. They need to see “The Undefeated” to learn that Sarah Palin put Alaska’s constitution ahead of her religious views and was one of the most fiscally responsible governors among her peers in the 50 states. By all means get your libertarian friends in the theater seats for two hours, and watch their perceptions of Gov. Palin change.

Moderate Republicans – Perhaps no group has been led more astray about our favorite governor than these important voters. The hostility of the GOP establishment towards Sarah Palin has definitely had its effect on moderates, and the McCain campaign’s misuse and abuse of her in 2008 has only served to harden that impression. Yet moderate Republicans can be quite receptive to conservative ideas, as Ronald Reagan demonstrated by making GOP moderates a key part of his coalition. For many of the same reasons that independent voters and libertarians need to see “The Undefeated,” so do moderate Republicans. Don’t leave your friends who are among this demographic off of your list of people to take to see the documentary.

Fiscal conservatives – It’s all about perceptions, and polling indicates that among conservatives, Gov. Palin is perceived as strongest on national security and foreign policy matters. She also gets high marks from social conservatives, but fiscal issues — government spending & power, and business & the economy — are the number one concerns among conservatives. Surprisingly, it is on the economy where her support among conservatives is softest. Though one would think that the media’s obfuscation of Sarah Palin’s record would have little effect on conservatives — a group very distrustful of the media — such is not entirely the case. Fiscal conservatives in particular apparently are not aware that Gov. Palin was a fiscally responsible governor who cut state spending and left Alaska with a $12 Billion surplus when she resigned. As the documentary does such an effective job of bringing these facts to light, friends who are fiscal conservatives should be high on your list of people to take to see “The Undefeated.” And speaking of that resignation, her reasons for leaving office are perhaps the most misunderstood piece of the puzzle the media has made of her record in Alaska. The film does an excellent job of putting the viewer in her place and considering what they would do when faced with more than half a million dollars worth of legal bills stamped “Due Now – Please Pay Promptly.”

Until the film is released on DVD and Pay Per View, which begins in September, you won’t be able to make any new friends for Sarah Palin in your homes unless you are among the very lucky few who have an early release DVD of “The Undefeated.” So for the month of August, you need to get them to one of the theaters which will be showing the film. As mentioned, tickets for matinee screenings are relatively inexpensive at $5 each, but you may have to sweeten the pot with a dinner invitation to break the resistance of the most determined Palin skeptic. Is it worth it? If you want to see Sarah Palin as the next President of the Unities States, it is more than worth it — it is essential.

Cross-posted from Texans for Sarah Palin

– JP

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Jeanette Pryor: Why Sarah Palin Will Be the Next POTUS

Posted by joshpainter on July 23, 2011

– by Josh Painter
After viewing the documentary “The Undefeated,” writer Jeanette Pryor believes that we have a President Palin in our not too distant future:

On Sunday, July 17th, I braved heat and Harry, (No disrespect to fellow fans!) and traveled to Independence Missouri to see The Undefeated, the documentary of Sarah Palin’s accomplishments as Governor in Alaska. I left the theater certain of two things: Sarah will run in 2012 and she will win.


I believe that Sarah will run because she believes profoundly in the efficacious principles of governing she applied, with great success, in Alaska. The Undefeated presents the reality of Sarah Palin as an inspirational leader who is actually most apt, not at the podium, but in her ability to envision and execute practical solutions to state problems. Sarah will run because she is passionate about her Platform of simple principles that she knows, from personal experience, will fix the crisis we are facing in America.

Sarah will probably announce in early September that she is seeking the office of President of the United States. This announcement, contrary to what the media, Hollywood, the Democrats, and the GOP Luminaries have told us, will be met by a storm of enthusiasm and relief, support we have yet to see for any GOP Candidate to grace the field. For the first two years his reign, Sarah was the most vocal opponent of the Obama madness and is the de facto, respected, seasoned representative of the Conservative electorate. Once declared, her rapid rise as the logical and enthusiastic nemesis of post-American Obama will be met with ridicule by overconfident opponents until it is too late. They will pay the ultimate price for ignoring her abilities, real record, tenacity, and proven Platform for the restoration of our country.

Jeanette Pryor lives in Overland Park, Kansas with her husband and five children. Read her full post here.

Cross-posted from Texans for Sarah Palin

– JP

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Look for 3rd expansion of markets for ‘The Undefeated’ at end of month

Posted by joshpainter on July 20, 2011

– by Josh Painter

According to The Desert Sun, The Undefeated will debut in California’s Coachella Valley Friday, July 29:

Film distributors on Monday notified Cinemas Palme d’Or that they’d open “The Undefeated” this coming weekend — only to decide hours later that the local premiere would be pushed back a week.

The local debut will now be held during the July 29 weekend in Palm Desert, a Republican- dominated city that counts Palin’s own in-laws as part-time residents.

“We were anxious for the opportunity to play something completely different than what we usually do,” Cinémas Palme d’Or co-owner Brian Tabor said.

“I don’t think there’s as many opportunities for a product that perhaps reaches a more Republican or conservative base. Documentary filmmakers tend to go with more of a liberal stance with the subjects they cover.”


Apparently, the Palm Desert opening will be part of the third market expansion for “The Undefeated” in as many weeks, a strategy which seems to be right in line with director Stephen Bannon’s intentions for his documentary:

“Our objective is very simple⎯ to bring this film to every market and every corner of the country; starting with a limited theatrical release and then through an aggressive broader distribution strategy including streaming video, on-demand access and DVD.”

The Coachella Valley is the agricultural and recreational desert valley of Southern California, with a population of 600,000. Its four largest cities are Indio, Palm Springs, Cathedral City and Palm Desert.

Cross-posted from Texans for Sarah Palin

– JP

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How did ‘The Undefeated’ do opening day? Not bad…

Posted by joshpainter on July 16, 2011

– by Josh Painter
How successful was The Undefeated’s opening day Friday? If the just one hour’s Twitter traffic is any indication, not bad:

Theater manager in Phoenix reports “Only Harry Potter beating ‘The Undefeated’…

Atlanta, GA ‘The Undefeated’ is Number 1 in theater out performering ‘Transformers’…

4pm showing of ‘The Undefeated’ ends with five minute standing ovation in Atlanta!

Atlanta – 7pm showing of ‘The Undefeated’ sold out 3 hours in advance!

“The #Undefeated” 4pm showing in #OrangeCounty is packed full except for the “stiff neck seats” that nobody wants ever.

The Undefeated is Number 1 in #Atlanta #GA out performing Transformers

AMC Ahwatukee theatre mgr told me they sold so many tickets for #Undefeated that they had to move it to a bigger screen!

Undefeated sold out 7:10 and 10:04 showings in Kennesaw. #1 movie in this theater tonight!

People in the theater CHEERED when they saw Palin at the tea party rally.

Kenesaw GA 3 showings sold out!!

PalinUndefeated attitude is spreading like wild fire. Watch the Dems start eating themselves

How come nobody in the MSM is RTing that @PalinUndefeated is selling out and getting standing Os?! Aren’t they “objective” RTers?!?

Full House at Universal Cineplex Orlando, FL for ‘The Undefeated’!

MSM – Where are the “empty theaters” now?

just got back from the movie. My 3 skeptics will now be a part of Sarah’s Army.

People around me are saying, “WOW” about the frivolous ethics complaints. They didn’t know.

Houston showing is almost full except for the lower 2 rows. ;-)

Audience applauding Sarah’s inaugural address in #Undefeated in Kennesaw!

Drove 8 Hours To See The #Undefeated! Very Well Made, Exhilarating & Inspirational

Amazing! People in this theater had NO idea about ethics complaints & why she resigned! They do now!

No sir, not too bad at all.

Wonder how the Democrat Party state chairman in Arizona will explain his prediction that there would be low turnout for the film in Phoenix?

Cross-posted from Texans for Sarah Palin

– JP

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Gov. Palin’s enemies further motivate her troops to fight for her

Posted by joshpainter on July 14, 2011

– by Josh Painter
Not that most Sarah Palin supporters need further motivation to fight for her, but check out this excerpt from a Phoenix television station’s news story:

Andrei Cherny, Chairman of the Arizona Democratic Party, predicts a low turnout for the movie.

“I think ‘The Undefeated’ fits as a title until she tries running for President,” said Cherny. “Most people in Arizona are looking for someone more in the mainstream than where Sarah Palin is.”

“I think for folks who are moderates who are in the mainstream, Sarah Palin has no appeal,” said Cherny. “It’s great she’s on Fox and has TV shows and movies, but I think people want a serious leader.”

I don’t how many of you have ever participated in competitive sports, but if you have, this will be familiar to you. There’s a true story which has been repeated many times in high school, college and professional athletics. It goes like this… In the run up to a big game, the coach or a player from one team talks trash about the opposing team. The coach of the opposing team clips the article containing the quote and puts it on his team’s bulletin board and makes sure that every one of his players takes the time to read it. This fires up each player and motivates his team to make an “above and beyond” effort, and they go on win the game.

We believe the above quote by the AZ Democrat party chair is just one such motivator. As of this posting, there are just about 24 hours to go before the curtain goes up on “The Undefeated” in 10 cities. This is a critical time, not only for the Victory Film Group, but by extension for Gov. Palin as well. If the film does not have a big turnout for the premiere tomorrow, we will hear nothing else from the lamestream media and Palin-hating leftist websites for weeks on end.

Let’s serve up a big, steaming platter of crow for that Democrat Party hack in Arizona and watch him try to digest his own spiteful rhetoric. In every way we can think of, let’s motivate every Palin supporter we know to buy tickets and show up to see this film tomorrow, because crunch time is now literally upon us. A list of the 10 theaters where “The Undefeated” will have its world premiere, plus links for purchasing tickets, is here. Have you bought your tickets yet?

Cross-posted from Texans for Sarah Palin

– JP

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Here’s your chance to stand up for Sarah & the conservative cause

Posted by joshpainter on July 9, 2011

– by Josh Painter

Video courtesy of

If there is ever a time to show you have Governor Sarah Palin’s back, this is it. But please don’t delay, because the window of opportunity to be a part of this program will be open for a limited time only. To sign up as a volunteer member of “The Undefeated” Mobilization Team, click here. The website is here.

A list of the cities where “The Undefeated” will open this Friday, July 15 is here, along with the theaters, their addresses and links for tickets and showtimes.

Visit “The Undefeated” website here. Follow the film on Facebook here and on Twitter here.

Together, for Gov. Palin and with her, this is our chance to change the game. The community of bloggers supporting Gov. Palin is very much involved in this effort. Won’t you join us?

Cross-posted from Texans for Sarah Palin

– JP

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Craig Robinson: Sarah Palin Is Still the GOP’s Biggest Star

Posted by joshpainter on July 1, 2011

– by Josh Painter
At The Iowa Republican, Craig Robinson reflects on the city of Pella, “The Undefeated,” and Sarah Palin:

Pella was the perfect setting to unveil the new Palin documentary, The Undefeated, because, in many ways, it could be said that the community of Pella is undefeated. While many parts of the state are dealing with high unemployment, Marion County, which includes Pella, has seen its unemployment rate dropped from 7.3 percent in January to 5.7 percent in May, which is below the state average.

The community, which has 2400 more registered Republicans than Democrats, embraced the movie premier and Palin visit. The day before her visit, the movie producer and other advance staff could be heard laughing throughout the downtown with public safety officials. As always, the community of Pella put its best foot forward as the spotlight shined upon its picturesque city.


Palin was amazing in Pella [Tuesday]. As she and Todd made their way though various shops in the downtown area, onlookers would stop to say hello, ask to take a photo, or get an autograph. Palin took it all in stride. Even though she is a huge media sensation, she is somehow able to remain grounded. Nothing illustrated that more than the bug splattered Chevy Malibu that they drove to Pella.

The media couldn’t help but try and compare Palin to Michele Bachmann, who officially launched her presidential campaign on Monday. They both connect to people, and both have star power, but having seem them both in Iowa in the span of 24 hours, it’s clear that Palin will always be the original female GOP star. That’s not an insult toward Bachmann, but Palin’s star shines brighter.

I thought it was pretty remarkable that Palin, who is a national political phenomenon, came to this small Iowa town, strolled through the town square, watched a two-hour movie with 300 plus locals, and then spent several hours meeting people and shaking hands at the cook out that followed the movie premier. The people just flocked to her in Pella last night, and she handled it all with grace.

By Robinson’s reckoning, Gov. Palin must have posed for a thousand photos and signed hundreds of autographs Tuesday night. He found it remarkable that she she could have left at any time, but instead “patiently worked through the crowd until she hit the door of her car.” Palin supporters have become accustomed to witnessing Gov. Palin’s generosity with her time. When she’s not on a tight schedule, she always seems to devote much of her time to everyday Americans. It’s just one of the reasons why crowds, including the one in Pella Tuesday, loves her. She’s one of us.

Cross-posted from Texans for Sarah Palin

– JP

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Scott Conroy: Palin Vows ‘110 Percent’ Commitment To Iowa

Posted by joshpainter on June 28, 2011

– by Josh Painter
Reporter Scott Conroy is in Pella, Iowa, where he caught up with Sarah Palin and asked her if she would fully commit to traditional retail politicking in the key early primary state should she get into the 2012 presidential contest:

“110 percent,” Palin told RealClearPolitics before entering the premiere of a documentary that extols her accomplishments in office. “Doing as much as I can to garner that support. It’s necessary.”

Dressed down in blue jeans, Palin strolled through the center of this picturesque town with her husband Todd and greeted supporters who gathered to cheer her on outside the screening of filmmaker Steven K. Bannon’s “The Undefeated” at the 110-year-old Pella Opera House.

Asked about her daughter Bristol’s pronouncement during an appearance on Fox News on Tuesday morning that her mother “definitely knows” whether she intends to launch a White House bid, Palin said that she texted Bristol after hearing about the remark.

“I said, ‘What did you say this morning, honey?'” Palin said with a smile. “I told Bristol, too, what is talked about on the fishing boat stays on the fishing boat.”


As Palin finally made her way to the entrance of the opera house, she greeted Bannon with a hug.

“I’m very grateful that someone would bother to go to these efforts to make a documentary about the record of my team in Alaska that worked so hard for energy security and ethics reform and privatizing businesses that should never be in government’s hands,” Palin said. “This film really is a great illustration of what it is that you can accomplish as a team, a bipartisan approach, just commonsense solutions to some tough issues. We tackled it, we succeeded, and someone went to the trouble of documenting what it was that we accomplished. I appreciate that, so that brings me to Iowa.”


If Bristol is correct that her mother has made a decision, Gov. Palin is clearly not yet ready to announce it.

Cross-posted from Texans for Sarah Palin

– JP

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