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Posts Tagged ‘Republican’

Palin Talks Republicans, Bashir & Christmas with Bill O’Reilly

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on December 6, 2013

Gov. Sarah Palin appeared with Bill O’Reilly last night at which time they covered a range of topics including Republicans, the TEA Party, Palin’s feistiness, Martin Bashir’s vile personal attack and Palin’s newest book “Good Tidings and Great Joy“.  In my opinion, Palin’s finest moment was her answer to O’Reilly’s line of questions on the Bashir incident.  (Starts at 4:00 mark.)

” I would have never allowed a corporate culture to have such low standards that that kind of vile talk was accepted.”  (Palin on Bashir, former MSNBC host.)

h/t iizthatiiz

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Gov. Palin Set to Speak at Baldwin County Republican Dinner

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on November 26, 2013

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From the Baldwin County Republican website:

The Baldwin County Republican Party Presents

An Evening with Sarah Palin 

Friday, April 25, 2014

The Orange Beach Event Center at the Whart

4671 Wharf Parkway, Orange Beach, AL

(at the intersections of Canal Road and The Foley Beach Express)

6:00 PM      Photo Opportunity with Sarah Palin (Gold and Silver Sponsors) 

7:00 PM      Dinner and Keynote Presentation         

8:45 PM     Book Signing and Sarah Palin Press Conference (Gold Sponsors)  

Ticket Prices:

Individual Ticket – $125:     One ticket for dinner and keynote presentation, open seating

Reserved Table for 10 – $1,500:  Includes a “Reserved Table” sign 

Silver Sponsorship for 10 – $2,500:  Includes photo opportunity with Sarah Palin, recognition in the program and slide presentation, reserved table for 10 for dinner and keynote presentation.

Gold Sponsorship for 10 – $3,000:   (Sold Out)  Includes 10 copies of Sarah Palin’s latest book, Good Tidings and Great Joy: Protecting the Heart of Christmas (Nov. 2013 release), book signing and access to Sarah Palin press conference, recognition in the program and an individual slide in the slide presentation, reserved table for 10 for dinner and keynote presentation, premium location.

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Palin: “I Had To Buck The System”

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on July 9, 2013

Sarah Palin appeared as a guest on the Sean Hannity Radio Show in the 4 o’clock hour today.  Palin talks Tea Party, taking on establishment Republicans (bucking the system), 2014 mid-terms, and the importance of looking for “new blood and new energy” candidates.

h/t sarahnettoo

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Palin: Great Video from a Louisiana State Senator

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on June 18, 2013

Governor Sarah Palin posted a video from State Senator Elbert Guillory  of Louisiana who recently changed his party affiliation from Democrat to Republican.  If you’d like a short history lesson, listen to what State Senator Guillory has to say.

From Palin’s Facebook page:

Here’s the great video from a Louisiana state senator on why he became a Republican that Rush played on his show today.

Palin then referenced this Real Clear Politics article which features the Senator’s announcement of his decision to make a change in parties, AND very specific reasons why. It’s a must-listen for the history content.

From Real Clear Politics:

Hello, my name is Elbert Lee Guillory, and I’m the senator for the twenty-fourth district right here in beautiful Louisiana. Recently I made what many are referring to as a ‘bold decision’ to switch my party affiliation to the Republican Party. I wanted to take a moment to explain why I became a Republican, and also to explain why I don’t think it was a bold decision at all. It is the right decision — not only for me — but for all my brothers and sisters in the black community.

You see, in recent history the Democrat Party has created the illusion that their agenda and their policies are what’s best for black people. Somehow it’s been forgotten that the Republican Party was founded in 1854 as an abolitionist movement with one simple creed: that slavery is a violation of the rights of man.

Frederick Douglass called Republicans the ‘Party of freedom and progress,’ and the first Republican president was Abraham Lincoln, the author of the Emancipation Proclamation. It was the Republicans in Congress who authored the thirteenth, fourteenth, and fifteenth amendments giving former slaves citizenship, voting rights, and due process of law.

The Democrats on the other hand were the Party of Jim Crow. It was Democrats who defended the rights of slave owners. It was the Republican President Dwight Eisenhower who championed the Civil Rights Act of 1957, but it was Democrats in the Senate who filibustered the bill.

You see, at the heart of liberalism is the idea that only a great and powerful big government can be the benefactor of social justice for all Americans. But the left is only concerned with one thing — control. And they disguise this control as charity. Programs such as welfare, food stamps, these programs aren’t designed to lift black Americans out of poverty, they were always intended as a mechanism for politicians to control black the black community.

The idea that blacks, or anyone for that matter, need the the government to get ahead in life is despicable. And even more important, this idea is a failure. Our communities are just as poor as they’ve always been. Our schools continue to fail children. Our prisons are filled with young black men who should be at home being fathers. Our self-initiative and our self-reliance have been sacrificed in exchange for allegiance to our overseers who control us by making us dependent on them.

Sometimes I wonder if the word freedom is tossed around so frequently in our society that it has become a cliché.

The idea of freedom is complex and it is all-encompassing. It’s the idea that the economy must remain free of government persuasion. It’s the idea that the press must operate without government intrusion. And it’s the idea that the emails and phone records of Americans should remain free from government search and seizure. It’s the idea that parents must be the decision makers in regards to their children’s education — not some government bureaucrat.

But most importantly, it is the idea that the individual must be free to pursue his or her own happiness free from government dependence and free from government control. Because to be truly free is to be reliant on no one other than the author of our destiny. These are the ideas at the core of the Republican Party, and it is why I am a Republican.

So my brothers and sisters of the American community, please join with me today in abandoning the government plantation and the Party of disappointment. So that we may all echo the words of one Republican leader who famously said, ‘free at last, free at last, thank God Almighty, we are free at last.’  More

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Sarah Palin Appreciation Week

Posted by Dr. Fay on August 27, 2012

Click on photo to view slideshow. 

SPIB is joining other Palin blogs this week in celebrating Governor Palin’s accomplishments over the 4 years since she emerged on the national scene as Senator John McCain’s vice presidential running mate. Sarah Palin Appreciation Week was the brain child of Jackie Siciliano, and the rest of us at SPIB are happy to participate in this project. We will be posting videos from and flashback articles about some of Governor Palin’s best speeches and most prominent moments. We would have loved it if Governor Palin had been a featured speaker this week at the RNC or, better yet, the Presidential nominee, but now we’re holding out for 2016. We hope to be able to call her Madame President at some point in the future when she decides it is the right time for her to run for office.

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UPDATE:

Flashback articles posted during Sarah Palin Appreciation Week (oldest at bottom):

Sarah Palin to Obama: “Mr. President, Game On!”

McCain/Palin Led Obama/Biden 1 Week Post-Convention: The Challenge For Romney/Ryan

Palin: CPAC 2012 Keynote Speech

Governor Palin Wowed the Crowds at CPAC 2012

Sarah Palin’s Reagan 100 speech: ‘Choosing the Stars’

Palin’s Celebration of Life, “Mama Grizzly” Speech

Palin Laid Out a 5-Point Plan to Restore America’s Economy in her Indianola, Iowa Speech

Sarah Palin’s RNC Speech Drew 37.2 Million Viewers to Joe Biden’s 24 million and Paul Ryan’s 21.9 million

Palin’s RNC VP Acceptance Speech

One Man’s Reflections About August 29, 2008

Triple Anniversary for Palins and McCain Today

Palin: Introduced as McCain’s Running Mate in 2008 (video)

Second Anniversary of Restoring Honor Rally Today

Fred Barnes: The Most Popular Governor

Flashback 2008: The Joan of Arc of Alaska Politics

Palin: Inaugural Speech as Alaska’s Governor

Flasback 2008: America: Meet Sarah Palin

Sarah Palin Appreciation Week

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Palin Events During the Week of the 2012 RNC Convention (oldest at bottom):

Gov. Palin: Support Our Troops and Pray for Their Safe Return

Sarah Palin Talks to Kelly, Cavuto, and Hannity on Day 3 of the GOP Convention (Videos)

Ted Cruz Credits Sarah Palin Endorsement As “Game-Changing”

Palin: Bongino for US Senate

FOX Cancels Palin’s Appearances for Tonight

Palin-Endorsed Candidates Gosar and Flake Win Respective Arizona Primaries

Governor Palin discusses Tuesday’s RNC convention speeches with Megyn Kelly and Bret Baier

Steele says Sarah Palin’s absence a ‘mistake’

Palin’s Segment with Mark Levin

Gov. Palin: Direct attack on grassroots activists by GOPe must be rejected

The Most Stunningly Beautiful Photo Of Palin At Arizona Rally: Inner and Outer Grace

Palin Interview On Hannity From Arizona Rally For Adams

First Video Report On Palin Rally From Arizona TV “Thousands In Attendance”

First Media Report From Palin Rally In Arizona With Photos

Photos Of Palin Campaigning For Adams In Arizona: Standing Room Only

Governor Palin on Hannity Tonight!

Governor Palin Campaigning for Kirk Adams in Arizona This Afternoon

 

See also:

Video:  Governor Palin’s Tribute to the Troops at Colorado Christian University – May 2 2011

 

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Palin: Congratulations to Mitt Romney on his choice of Congressman Paul Ryan

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on August 12, 2012

Governor Sarah Palin posted a message of congratuations to Governor Mitt Romney on his choice of Congressman Paul Ryan as his selection for a running mate.  Palin also pointed out President Obama’s record of dismal failure,  citing example after example of his failed policies.

Posted to Facebook by Sarah Palin:

Congratulations to Mitt Romney on his choice of Congressman Paul Ryan as his running mate. President Obama has declared that this election is about “two fundamentally different visions” for America. Goodness, he’s got that right. Our country cannot afford four more years of Barack Obama’s fundamentally flawed vision. We must now look to this new team, the Romney/Ryan ticket, to provide an alternat

e vision of an America that is fiscally responsible, strong, and prosperous – an America that understands and is proud of her exceptional place in the world and will respect those who fight to secure that exceptionalism, which includes keeping our promises to our veterans.

When I think about the direction our country is rapidly drifting in, I can’t help but look at California as a cautionary tale. The Golden State once boasted the entrepreneurial innovation of Silicon Valley, the American creative engine of the arts, economically powerful and beautiful cities from San Francisco to San Diego, and fertile farmlands that helped feed the nation. Now it is descending into financial ruin accompanied by an exodus of middle class Californians leaving for other states. As one writer put it, California’s “fastest-growing entity is government and its biggest product is red tape.”

Obama’s vision for America will make the rest of the country look like California, minus the beautiful scenery and warm weather.

Obama’s America is today’s California – complete with $100 billion taxpayer funded bullet trains to nowhere; out of control environmental extremists who have destroyed family farms and left some of the most fertile farm land in America fallow in order to protect a three inch fish; permanent high unemployment; government policies hostile to small business job creators; crippling high taxes; an abysmal real estate market; bloated government that wastes taxpayer money; endless budget shortfalls due to massive unfunded liabilities; city after city declaring bankruptcy; and a state government run by, in the words of one Wall Street Journal writer, “a brothel of environmentalists, lawyers, public-sector unions and legislative bums.”

We can’t afford Obama’s vision. Our children can’t afford it. Today we are over $15 trillion in debt and running up trillion dollar budget deficits year after year for as far as the eye can see. And our “leaders” have no plan to stop it! President Obama and this Congress don’t even have the fundamental blueprint—a budget!—to outline where they intend to take us as they merrily roll along with their out of control spending and constant increases of our debt “limit.” Our debt to China alone is more than we can ever hope to pay off in multiple generations. Such debt and dependence on foreign nations weakens us in countless ways. And yet our government keeps on spending despite the risks and despite conscientious, hardworking citizens telling them to just stop it. Our debt is growing by $3 million per minute. This debt, in conjunction with Obama’s massive government over-reaches like Obamacare, has strangled the private sector, which in turn has stifled job growth and slowed all economic growth. The only way to get our country moving again is to get back to basics like normal people do with our home and small business budgets! That means we must live within our means, get government out of the way of our job creators, develop the God-given natural resources we have been blessed with to provide real jobs and real energy security, and stop growing government and wasting taxpayer money on D.C. cronyism and useless stimulus kick-backs for favored donors.

Barack Obama’s record is one of dismal failure, which is why he isn’t talking about it. He would rather spend his time demonizing his opponents. The simple fact remains that Mitt Romney is not responsible for the dire state of our economy or the corruption and incompetence of the current administration.

Over the next 86 days, Barack Obama will try to distract us from his record. Many in the media will roll along with him in this mission. We must not let them continue the deception and distractions, and we must not be afraid to call the President out on his lies. His entire record in office exposes the false promises he made four years ago. So, let’s take a moment to remember what candidate Obama said just four short years ago.

Candidate Obama promised us fiscal prudence. But President Obama’s reckless spending and lack of fiscal leadership has led to the downgrading of our nation’s credit rating for the first time in history.

Candidate Obama decried reckless spending and promised to cut the deficit. But President Obama and those in Congress who control the purse strings and “go along to get along” have tripled it. President Obama’s proposed budget was so absurdly and wildly irresponsible that not one member of Congress, Republican or Democrat, voted in favor of it. And yet the Democrat controlled Senate still refuses to pass a budget itself, and this refusal has been going on for years now. That is irresponsible and, much more, it’s unconstitutional.

Candidate Obama promised us a “smarter government,” but President Obama has created a government that’s not too big to fail, but too big to succeed.

Candidate Obama promised us a plan for American energy independence. But President Obama has forced American taxpayers to subsidize bankrupt green energy companies with ties to his campaign donors. And when it comes to the energy we actually use to fuel our economy, President Obama’s administration blocks drilling and drags its feet on the permitting process. Meanwhile, he supports foreign energy developments, but not American made energy development. His administration opposes everything from drilling in ANWR to building the Keystone Pipeline to coal plants, but he’s all for subsidizing offshore drilling in Brazil and sitting back on his thumb while China moves in to pursue oil deals with Canada because his administration blocked responsible energy infrastructure development.

Candidate Obama promised us “the most transparent administration in history.” But in addition to refusing FOIA-requested documents, President Obama’s administration regularly holds meetings outside the White House and off the official White House visitor list with lobbyists and corporate interests they don’t want us to know about.

Candidate Obama promised to unite all America, but President Obama has cynically divided us again and again in his efforts to win reelection by playing identity politics and class warfare and pitting one group against another.

Candidate Obama promised us a “fundamentally transformed” America, and that is the only promise he’s delivered on. We can see now what his idea of “hope” is. Now we want change. He has failed to lead, so We the People must lead. And our leadership starts at the ballot box on November 6th.

Please continue to focus on the presidential race and on helping Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan, but it’s also imperative that we get involved in the nation’s important House and Senate races. These candidates need our help to ensure that our next president has a responsible and ethical Congress that actually gets things done for America. Now on to November!

– Sarah Palin

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Palin: “Mr. Balanced Budget” for Utah

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on May 23, 2012

In a surprise announcement during last night’s appearance with Greta Van Susteren, Governor Sarah Palin endorsed Orrin Hatch of Utah then later posted the following to her Facebook page and to SarahPAC.

HATCH REAGAN

Orrin Hatch is part of the one percent. No, not that one percent you’ve heard about. He’s part of the one percent of national politicians who I think should be reelected. Orrin Hatch is a life-long conservative whose dedication and devotion to the conservative cause and to his beloved and beautiful state of Utah is well documented. Orrin was a Utah state campaign chairman for a fledgling and failing presidential candidate deemed “too conservative” and “unelectable” by the media. Ironically, that candidate was the man who restored our country to be a “shining city on a hill” – Ronald Reagan.

When asked about Orrin Hatch, President Reagan once said: “If every member of the Senate were like Orrin Hatch, we’d be arguing over how to deal with a federal surplus, and that’s why I like to think of Orrin as ‘Mr. Balanced Budget.’ The United States has been strong enough to deter aggression and maintain the peace, in no small degree due to the efforts of Orrin Hatch. He has been a champion of those who fight for freedom.”

As President Reagan said, Orrin is “Mr. Balanced Budget.” Long before the issue of debt was on the forefront of Americans’ minds, Orrin Hatch knew our government would face insolvency if we did not get our budget under control. He sponsored or co-sponsored a Balanced Budget Amendment 17 times, and he voted in favor of a Balanced Budget Amendment at least 9 other times. We know he will use his seniority and influence to dissuade politicians from continuing to raise the debt ceiling without any plan to balance the budget and end these dangerously unsustainable deficits.

Orrin Hatch voted against Obamacare and has pledged to repeal it. While we’re on the topic of Obamacare, which is currently before the Supreme Court, keep in mind that the Supreme Court would not look the way it does today if it were not for Orrin Hatch fighting for conservative nominees on the bench – from Clarence Thomas to John Roberts and Samuel Alito. Unlike other Republican Senators who are up for reelection this year, Orrin voted against both of President Obama’s nominees, Kagan and Sotomayor. And unlike some others, Orrin has gone out of his way to embrace the Tea Party movement.

For the past two years, Orrin has received a 100 percent rating from the American Conservative Union. He’s staunchly pro-life – receiving a 100 percent rating from the National Right To Life Committee. The NRA has given him an A+ rating. Club for Growth listed him as one of the most conservative U.S. Senators and gave him a 99 percent rating.

I join other conservatives like Mark Levin, Sean Hannity, and Tea Party leaders like Sal Russo in encouraging Utah voters to return Orrin Hatch to the U.S. Senate. Since Mark Levin has always got a way with words, read what he recently told Senator Hatch: “I feel that you would be… a terrific elder statesman to a lot of these other young guys who I’m going to be pushing in these other states.” I’m with Mark. That’s spot on.

We need Orrin’s conservative Reagan-like leadership – and our new crop of conservative senators Richard Mourdock, Deb Fischer, and Ted Cruz might need some friendly advice finding their way around the Senate.

– Sarah Palin

P.S. You can learn more about Orrin Hatch by visiting his website http://www.orrinhatch.com and by following him on Facebook and Twitter.

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Palin: Mourdock For Indiana

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on April 27, 2012

Governor Sarah Palin offers up one of her first endorsements for the 2012 election cycle.  In a Facebook note posted moments ago, Palin urges commonsense conservatives to get behind the Richard Mourdock senatorial campaign.

 

I join commonsense conservatives in endorsing Richard Mourdock to be the next Senator from Indiana. Conservatives of all stripes are uniting behind Richard Mourdock. It’s not just Indiana that benefits from sending the right Senator to serve for the right reasons; the nation as a whole benefits, and that is one reason why the eyes of so many around the nation are focused on the Indiana race.

Indiana deserves a conservative in the Senate who will fight for the Hoosier State, uphold our Constitution, and not just go along to get along with the vested interests of the permanent political class in D.C.

Richard Mourdock is the conservative choice for Indiana. Senator Lugar’s 36 years of service as a Senator are appreciated, but it’s time for the torch to pass to conservative leadership in Washington that promises to rein in government spending now.

Get the facts here. Learn more about Richard Mourdock at www.richardmourdock.com and follow him on Facebook and Twitter.

– Sarah Palin

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Palin: “I Would Do Whatever I Could To Help”

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on March 7, 2012

Appearing on the FOX Business News Network with Neil Cavuto, Governor Sarah Palin discusses the Super Tuesday primary results and reveals who she voted for in the Alaska caucus.

Video from SarahNetToo

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Palin: Facebook Political Views Change from Republican to Conservative (Update)

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on October 14, 2011

I was walking through the grocery store earlier today when I received a text message from a close friend asking me if I had taken note of the change on Sarah Palin’s Facebook page.  I confessed that it had been an exceptionally busy day and that I had not looked at Palin’s page today.  My friend then brought to my attention that under the “Info” link, Palin’s political views have been changed from “Republican” to “Conservative”.  For a brief moment, it didn’t phase me as I am also a registered Republican but I chose to list “Conservative” on my Facebook page as my own political view because in my eyes, it more aptly describes my values.

I suppose one could draw a multitude of conclusions regarding this status change. I know that I certainly have. You can be certain that any move Sarah Palin makes has been well thought out and is with purpose.  Could she possibly be sending a message to the RNC that they need to strengthen the conservative planks of the Republican party?  Perhaps her promise of “sudden and  relentless reform” as addressed in her Indianola speech and more recently in her October 7th St. Louis speech is a sign that as in the past, neither party is safe from her scrunity.

One thing is for sure, time will tell.


UPDATE:

Upon further investigation this change may be a function of Facebook’s recent layout changes.  Old screen shots show both a “party” line and a “political views” line.  This screen shot clearly shows both fields:

Since Google and Yahoo do their jobs so well, a search of cached pages yielded very recent caches of 10/12/11 and 10/10/11 respectively with those pages showing just “Conservative”. In checking my own page, there is an option for “Conservative Republican”; however, I have a regular individual page and Palin’s page type with over 3.2 million “likes” may not offer the same options.

While I have always known that Sarah Palin is, without a doubt, “conservative”, there are numerous people tweeting that they too recall the “Republican” designation as noted above.  I would like to include links to some of these Tweets but it appears  that this topic has “broken” Twitter as I am getting their infamous “whale fail” over and over. I will add another update as soon as possible with a few of those tweets.

Update 2

Tweets from Palin supporters confirming “Republican” designation here, here, and here.

Update 3

It seems that this entry was picked up by another site and the blogger initially added some additional speculation by commenting on a 3rd party run; however, the blog entry has gone through so many edits that it’s no longer there and no, I don’t have a screenshot of that either.  I’d lke to point out that (1) based upon a friend’s observation and my own recollection of looking at the info page last month as well as the recollection of numerous Palin supporters, it’s clear that “Republican” has been listed although it was, in the past, paired with “Conservative”.  (2)  The observations stated in my original entry  (strengthening the planks of the Republican party and Palin’s scrunity of both political parties) are consistent with Governor Palin’s record and her message when announcing not to make a run for president in the 2012 election cycle on Mark Levin’s October 5th show. . 

Cross posted to Sarah Palin Blog

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