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Posts Tagged ‘Happy Birthday’

Happy 50th Birthday Gov. Sarah Palin!

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on February 11, 2014

Her boldness has emboldened us. Her courage has made us more courageous. Her outspoken nature has not only been our voice but our encouragement to speak.

Happy 50th Birthday Gov. Sarah Palin!

May God continue to richly bless you and yours.

h/t ShePACTV

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Birthday Message For Governor Palin

Posted by Adrienne Ross on February 11, 2012

By Adrienne Ross –

Today is Governor Palin’s birthday. Happy Birthday, Gov! I speak for myself and a multitude of other Americans who are appreciative of all that you do for the cause of freedom and exceptionalism in this country. There is no other voice so firmly committed to common sense conservatism, and it has not come without a price. You have laid much on the line to fight for our future, and we thank you.

Shortly, you will take to the stage at CPAC and deliver the keynote address, a speech that will, no doubt, set the building on fire! Truth has a way of doing that, doesn’t it?

God bless you today, and may He grace you with many more years.

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Palin: Happy Birthday, President Reagan

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on February 6, 2012

Posted moments ago to Sarah Palin’s Facebook page:

America remembers our beloved 40th president today! In honor of President Reagan’s 101st birthday, American’s For Prosperity put together this great video reminding us of the time-tested truths Reagan stood for.

Last year at this time, I had the honor of speaking at the Young America’s Foundation’s Reagan Centennial dinner at the Reagan Ranch Center in Santa Barbara. You can watch or read the speech here; it was an homage to Reagan’s famous “Time for Choosing” and a discussion of the state of our nation today.

During the Illinois leg of the One Nation Tour, we got to visit Reagan’s hometown of Dixon, as well as his alma mater, Eureka College.  It was a very moving experience, which I wrote about here, here and here.


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Happy Birthday to Governor Palin

Posted by Adrienne Ross on February 11, 2011

By Adrienne Ross –


On my birthday, Governor Palin gave me a shout-out, which was both a joy and a complete surprise. Today, on her birthday, I offer my prayer that this year will be her best, most prosperous, most joyful one yet. I pray God continues to use her as a voice of patriotism, common sense, and unwavering faith in our beloved country. She is exactly what America needs.

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Sarah Palin Continues to Inspire and Fascinate America and the Rest of the World: A Post by Conservative Girl with a Voice

Posted by conservativegirlwithavoice on February 10, 2011

Happy birthday, Governor Palin!!! As many of you know, I started this blogging journey, in part, because of Sarah Palin. When I first started blogging in May 2009, I did not know how long my blogging attempts would last nor did I know the success I would have. After all, there are so many amazing common-sense conservative bloggers out there, and I thank all the bloggers out there who continue to inspire me and the millions of conservatives like me. Bloggers, writers and commentators like Michelle Malkin, Leslie Sanchez, Dan Riehl, Jedediah Bila, Robert Stacy McCain, Andrew Brietbart, Sissy Willis, Jennifer Cubachi, Adrienne Ross, Whitney Pitcher, SE Cupp, Stacy Drake, Patrick Adams, Camille Friend and so many others inspire me to continue to want to be a better writer, so to you I say “THANK YOU.”

Finally, I want to thank Sarah Palin for all she has done in the name of freedom and liberty. Happy birthday!!!

Sarah, after blogging for nearly two years, I am still inspired by you and all you stand for. Unlike so many people of our time, you are unafraid to stand up and to speak out, doing the dirty work so many refuse to do. You is both unafraid and determined to make America that shining city on a hill.

In honor of Sarah, I have decided to take a step back into time and re-post my very first blog entry. I cannot believe everything that has happened in the time since this post. Enjoy:

The night before John McCain was to announce his running mate, speculation was running rampant. Journalists were fighting tooth and nail in an attempt to get any shred of information regarding the “top-secret” pick. For me, personally, the “night before” speculation has become a “where were you the night before the world was introduced to Sarah Palin?” Just as I am able to recall where I was when OJ Simpson, hidden away in his infamous White Ford Bronco, was being chased down the highway by police, I am able to recall where I was on, what would become, the eve Republican-Party history would be made. I was watching Hannity and Colmes with my mom, listening to the guys’ debate on who they felt would be picked. Names such as Romney, Pawlenty, Huckabee, Jindal and even Lieberman were being thrown around like a football.  As a young conservative woman, I have tremendous respect for all of the men above, but I did not have the enthusiasm I would soon have when I turned the news on the next morning.

Sarah Palin IS the reason why I have centered this blog on strong, conservative female women. It was Sarah Palin who re-energized a party that was split. Before Sarah Palin, John McCain was struggling to stay afloat, struggling to keep up with the glitzy, charismatic candidate that was Barack Obama. Sarah Palin was his “hole in one.” I remember saying to my mom: “Why doesn’t the Republican Party have any strong, conservative female candidates?” Well, I didn’t have to wait that long for my answer because it came the next morning in the form of AK Governor Sarah Palin. I will never forget hugging my mom, tears in my eyes saying that I finally had an American political role model.  Here she was, a self-described hockey mom who had a loving husband and five adorable children. What was not to love about her? Like many, I have so much in common with her; she is an every woman of sorts.  An individual who started out just like many Americans, who learned to work hard and in the end achieve great things. A woman who mothers can cite as an example to their young daughters that they too can have a family and be whatever they want to be.  Of all the decisions John McCain made during the campaign, his choice of running mate was the best by far.

On a final note, I have to admit that it was fun to watch the mainstream media trip over themselves throughout the day of the announcement as they scrambled to uncover any little tidbit they could about the Alaskan governor: “She hunts, she fishes, she’s the hottest governor in the coldest state, she was a beauty pageant contestant…” The media could not get enough of Sarah. Although the stories about her soon turned into negative tabloid journalism, it was memorable to see that for once, Barack Obama had been overshadowed. It is as if Sarah Palin and Barack Obama were characters straight from the Brady Bunch, with Barack crying out “Sarah, Sarah, Sarah.”

(Click here to visit Conservative Girl with a Voice and become a follower. Follow me on Twitter @RachelleFriberg.)

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Happy Birthday, Todd Palin

Posted by Adrienne Ross on September 6, 2010

By Adrienne Ross –

Happy Birthday, Todd Palin. You’re a loyal husband, a dedicated father, a good friend, a snowmachine champion, and an all-around hard-working man. Your selfless support of your family is an inspiration. Clearly, you are secure in who you are and what you do, as evidenced by your ability to cheer on your wife the way you do. Perhaps your greatest attribute is your ability to exercise self-restraint when dealing with people who mean your family harm.

May you walk fearless as you trust and depend on God, and may He continue to strengthen you for the journey ahead.

God bless your special day, Todd Palin.

Picture courtesy of Karen Allen

Picture is my personal property

Picture courtesy of Tracey Porreca

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Happy Second Birthday, Trig Palin

Posted by Adrienne Ross on April 18, 2010

By Adrienne Ross –

Happy Birthday, Trig Palin!

Governor Palin tweeted the following picture of Trig:

Unfortunately, some people–and I use the term lightly–have decided to post disgusting comments where the governor has posted Trig’s picture. How do they live with themselves? Yet some of these same people will whine and complain that we’re the ones promoting hate. They will reap what they have sown.

Thank God most people are leaving loving well-wishes for Trig, and I added my own.

The truth is Trig Palin is a blessing and a gift from God. The fact that he is has totally transformed my way of thinking, and I am so glad his parents have shared him with the world. He has been created in the Father’s image and covered in His love.

Below is a full post I published in December called “Trig Palin’s Testimony.” It deserves to be copied and pasted here on his birthday.

(Video H/T Sinistar)

When I see Trig Palin, I smile. When I see him smiling and playing around with his father–as he is in the video–and kissing his mother–as he is in the picture–I smile even more.

Trig is a testimony to the beauty and value of all God’s children. I thank God for families, like the Palins, who recognized from the beginning that “every good and every perfect gift” comes from God.

I shake my head when I think about this startling statistic: 90% of Down Syndrome babies are aborted. Look at Trig’s smile, hear his giggle, sense how much his father loves him, feel how much he loves his mom–and tell me he’s not worthy of “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.” You can’t, because he is, as is every single life.

Thank God for His wisdom; He gave Trig to just the right family.

Happy second birthday, Trig. The best is yet to come!

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