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

Posted by Dr. Fay on August 31, 2012

After inexplicably being frozen out of FOX News commentary on Day 2 of the RNC, Governor Palin talked yesterday on Day 3 of the convention to Megyn Kelly, Neil Cavuto, and Sean Hannity about the RNC and the 2012 election.

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Governor Palin discussed what lies ahead for the Romney/Ryan team in a telephone interview with Megyn Kelly.  She said that “things got ugly 4 years ago because Obama’s lapdogs in the liberal media will stop at nothing to see that their “chosen one” is elected.”  She said that Romney, having been on the campaign trail for 5 years,  is “loaded for bear” and ready for when the media try to warp his record and his reputation.  She said they must be prepared for unfair shots that will be taken but not be consumed by unfairness of leftist media. Governor Palin said that Romney/Ryan need a clear plan about how we are going to turn the country around to give people confidence that they will do a better job than Obama.   She said that we need to make people understand free markets were responsible for America’s prosperity.

In response to Megyn’s question about the Yahoo controversy, she said that the “Yahoo dude”who made “that horrible comment” also tried to change the context of her comments in her interview with Charlie Gibbs, and that she is glad that he “got canned.”

Asked for her opinion about Paul Ryan’s speech, Governor Palin said that he had some “big ideas” and that Biden would probably be “tempted to call in sick” on the night of the next VP debate.

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Although it aired later in the day, Governor Palin’s interview with Neil Cavuto appeared to have been filmed earlier in the week at her second home in Arizona.  It is an excellent interview, with a number of nuggets.  Addressing the criticism that Ryan and Romney had supported TARP,  Governor Palin said, “Mea Culpa!  Say ‘sorry’, we shouldn’t have done that We have learned our lesson, we we will not repeat that”.  She also advised the use of the “A” word: austerity.  ‘  Asked about the potential for a future Presidential run, she said, “politics drives me crazy,”  but indicated her willingness to continue to help.

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Speaking from the convention floor, Sean Hannity interviewed Governor Palin, who was speaking from her home studio in Alaska. Asked about Paul Ryan’s speech, Governor Palin said she was “very proud of Paul Ryan and pleased with the words he had to say. ”  She said she couldn’t wail 68 to 69 days from now until we get to “turn this car around” in the November election.  Asked about the economic collapse in 2008, she said that it was the most impacting aspect in that race, that after the economic collapse in September, it was  too late to turn around the media’s claim that it was all due to the Republicans’ fault.

Governor Palin described the 2008 Obama campaign as “this bogus hopey-changey stuff just built on this utopian idea in fantasy land.  She referred to Bill Clinton’s statement that the Obama campaign was the biggest fairytale he had ever seen.  She said that we now  have the opportunity to hire a new team of leaders to get us out of this mess.

Hannity asked Sarah what she thought of the campaign promise Romney would make in his speech that by 2020 North America would be energy-independent by using “all of the above”  energy sources, which would create a lot of jobs.   Governor Palin responded, “Of course we can do that….  Energy independence is absolutely possible.”   She said that it is unfortunate Obama “has decided to tap foreign sources instead of our own natural God-given sources of energy.”

Asked for her reaction to the general tone of the Obama campaign and whether she thought the negative attacks would backfire, she said that Democrats and media lapdogs will stop at nothing to get Obama re-elected.  Compared to the 2008 election, she siad that it could perhaps  get even worse during the time between now and the election.  Governor Palin  said that voters need to do their own homework because 90 % of the lapdog media are “in the tank for Ob ama,” and that what they relay is based on falsehoods.  She said that we need to trust the wisdom of the people, that they know what they got with Obama – insolvency.

Hannity asked whether she thought voters would decide on the economic issues and not the attack ads.  Governor Palin said that what it comes down to is  what will allow people to get back to work and  how we can reindustrialize this country and stop outsourcing our jobs.    She said that we do that by “not putting our faith in big centralized government  planners. ”  She said, “The  path to freedom and prosperity in America, it runs through free men and free markets, it doesn’t run  through government.”

Asked about the Dems’ charges of racism by Republicans was “reverse discrimination bogus stuff.” She said that they diminish the point they are trying to make by playing the race card.  She said that the  GOP is a big tent  and that  she cares about people’s  character and reputation, not the pigment of their skin.  Governor Palin advised to stop ” preaching to the choir” and to talk to Independents and Reagan Democrats,  who are people who want American exceptionalism to return.  She said that the planks in the GOP platform are the right ones to build that exceptionalism, prosperity, and security again.  She said that those planks are tried and tested, common sense,  and Economics 101.

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Palin’s RNC VP Acceptance Speech

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on August 29, 2012

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Remember the cheers, the electricity in the air?  What about the pride that radiated in the faces of her parents,Chuck and Sally Heath? Remember finding out after the fact that Palin’s teleprompter screen went black at which time she was forced to continue delivering that acceptance speech and did so without missing a beat? Following is the video of Governor Sarah Palin’s acceptance speech from 4 years ago.  Watch it and you’ll fondly remember why you started supporting Sarah Palin and still do so today.

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Steele says Sarah Palin’s absence a ‘mistake’

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on August 28, 2012

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Agreed!

From Politico:

Michael Steele said Tuesday it’s a “mistake” that Sarah Palin doesn’t have a role at the Republican National Convention in Tampa.

“I think it was a little bit of a mistake not to have Sarah Palin here,” the former Republican National Committee chairman said on MSNBC. “I
think she brings a level of energy and excitement that’s going to be important going forward into the general campaign… She’s the vice presidential nominee from 2008. Extend the invitation, give her a moment
to speak to the delegation, to the candidate and [their] families.”  More

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Palin’s Segment with Mark Levin

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on August 28, 2012

Governor Sarah Palin was a guest on tonight’s Mark Levin Show where she expressed her opinion on the machine’s (RNC) power grab in Tampa today to consolidate power at the national level and take away power from the states.  Palin likened the power grab to to a thump on the conservative grassroots activists.

“Stiffen our spine individually and others around us will do the same and  it will be the unity we need”.

h/t SarahNet

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Kevin Fobbs: Send the Romney campaign and the RNC a message to “Let Sarah Speak”

Posted by Dr. Fay on August 18, 2012

Kevin Fobbs posted this excellent exposé at RenewAmerica and on his homepage.

August 18, 2012

Petition supports Sarah Palin America’s Heartland speech at GOP Convention

By Kevin Fobbs

What is America’s mainstream republican leadership in the RNC or the Mitt Romney presidential campaign afraid of, by not letting Sarah Palin take the podium?

Are they in dread that Sarah Palin will wow the convention and America by drawing from her deep well of passionate and fervent feelings for America’s families suffering in the heartland? Does the Romney campaign feel somehow skittish that she will make a better case against Obama’s growing nightmarish handling of America’s economy and his intentional goal to undermine the U.S. constitution, than Romney or Ryan can? There are a lot of questions but no real honest answers available.

One answer to these lingering questions is a petition, you can sign and circulate to show your support for her continued conservative leadership and need to speak at the upcoming Republican National Convention. Supporting her is a matter of principle not political gamesmanship. Let your principles and voice be heard.

After all, Governor Palin’s leadership has been, and continues to be genuine, principled, and unselfish. She has forgone the insider politics as usual approach, and instead has embraced the Tea Party’s inclusiveness and grassroots focus on conservative issues and solutions that have been neglected by the glad handing backroom political dealmakers of either party.

So forgive Sarah Palin if her tireless campaigning for the past several years has been to build a new sense of political, social and fiscal issue empowerment that translates into real grassroots power. It seem that since the epicenter of power has shifted from Washington D.C., the liberal pundits and certain GOP elected officials have decided that Palin’s commitment to grassroots political power is both something to be feared as well as neutralized.

Now is not the time for Romney and Ryan to head into a presidential campaign battle with their fingers crossed hoping that Palin’s conservative supporters will somehow transfer their support for her to the GOP team, because of Ryan’s vice presidential selection.

This notion misses the point completely. Leadership and rallying troops is not like trading horses. This is not a time for political games playing. President Obama has launched an all out assault upon the American Constitution, and he has shown that he will take it apart piece by piece, with executive orders as often as he deems necessary. In battle, you don’t leave a field general at home in war, because you fear her command leadership will outshine you. This is war for America’s future not a beauty contest!

After this presidential election has long been logged into the annuals of digital history, those who will inherit the results of this election will either live in a nation severely economically and constitutionally diminished or a nation rescued from the brink of socialism and biblical principle abandonment.

In 1976, then, Governor Ronald Reagan understood the need to fight to preserve an America, 100 years from then.

At that time, President Gerald Ford and Ronald Reagan had fought for the presidential nomination, which President Ford won. Instead of being bitter about the political combat and preventing Reagan from taking the convention podium, President Ford offered Reagan the opportunity to speak to an America that was in crisis.

Reagan’s speech added to the energy of the convention and helped to set into motion a new and refreshed vibrancy within the conservative movement.

Ronald Reagan reminded the convention attendees and America that in 2076, no one at present would know what kind of a world Americans will inherit. He said, “Will they look back with appreciation and say, ‘Thank God for those people in 1976 who headed off that loss of freedom, who kept us now 100 years later free, who kept our world from nuclear destruction’?… This is our challenge; and this is why here in this hall tonight, better than we have ever done before, we have got to quit talking to each other and about each other and go out and communicate to the world that we may be fewer in numbers than we have ever been, but we carry the message they are waiting for.”

Sarah Palin is carrying the message that millions in America’s heartland are waiting for. An election is won with more than a focus on numbers and budgets or hundreds of millions of dollars spent on television attack ads.

It is won in the grassroots campaign trenches found in Ohio counties and Pennsylvania coal fields and in the farmlands of Iowa, Indiana and Illinois and in the kitchens of homes in Texas, Colorado, Michigan, Florida and so many others. Sarah has been in the trenches and has worked tirelessly for the election of Tea Party backed conservative leaders like congressman Allen West of Florida, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, U.S. Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky and New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez, and many, many others.

Let her remind America at the convention, of the fierce urgency of now. As President Ronald Reagan eloquently stated, “Let us be sure that those who come after will say of us in our time, that in our time we did everything that could be done. We finished the race; we kept them free; we kept the faith.”

Sarah is keeping the faith for everyone in the nation’s heartland for the present and America’s future.

You can actually help to “Let Sarah Speak.” By sending the RNC and the Romney campaign a message and sign the petition to “Let Sarah Speak.” Conservatives can send a message that like Reagan, you want to keep the faith for your family and America’s future. Help get the word out to other conservatives and let Sarah Speak. To sign the petition go to my page and find the “Click Here” link. It’s not over until its over.

Write and let me know what you think!: http://shar.es/vLSW8

Also see Fobbs’ other articles on this topic:  

Romney’s Best Convention Strategy – Let Sarah Palin Speak

Sarah Palin Deserves to Deliver Ga me Changer Speech at GOP Convention

Romney should heed Palin’s ‘Light Our Hair on Fire’ rally cry 

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Sarah Palin to Give the Closing Address at New Orleans 2012 Investment Conference

Posted by Dr. Fay on August 16, 2012

Our friend Benyamin Korn at Jews For Sarah was the first to break this exciting news this morning.  From the promotional material for the New Orleans 2012 Investment Conference:

YourGuaranteed  Path To
Profits And Safety
During Global Chaos

Dear Fellow Investor,

The world’s greatest geopolitical, economic and investing experts are gathering to lead you to profits and safety during the dangerous days ahead.

There has never been an investing environment presenting greater risks or opportunities.

With the most important national elections in our lifetimes rapidly approaching, America will turn either to the left or right, toward greater or lower national debt, toward more or less government.

And the problems will remain severe no matter what the outcome, as the entire Western world struggles to recover from decades of over-spending.

Experienced investors know some special investment sectors perform well even in the most troubled economy, not only protecting wealth, but building it during the turmoil.

“…The greatest investment show on earth.”
— Money Magazine

Fortunately, we’ve assembled a dream team of world-class experts who are ready, willing, and more than able help you do just that — at the 2012 New Orleans Investment Conference.

October 24-27, 2012

As the oldest, most respected and most profitable investment gathering in the world, the New Orleans Investment Conference has led thousands of investors to rich profits through thick and thin.

Money Magazine called the New Orleans Conference “The greatest investment show on earth,” and it’s easy to see why:

  • For nearly 40 years, investors have attended to get answers on how to protect and grow their wealth.
  • This event has attracted dozens of the most celebrated figures in modern history, including Lady Margaret Thatcher, Alan Greenspan, Milton Friedman, Barry Goldwater, Ron Paul, Ayn Rand, Steve Forbes, Henry Kissinger and many more.
  • We’ve also established a well-earned reputation of inviting only the most successful and deadly-accurate analysts — many of whom save their best recommendations to unveil on our stage.
  • And we’ve brought together the most sophisticated and successful individual investors — mavericks who don’t follow the herd, but rather search for valuable, unhedged and unbiased information.

Previous attendees will attest that the New Orleans Conference has never failed to deliver stock picks that double…triple…even quadruple in value during the weeks and months following the event.

The Event You
Can’t Afford to Miss

Due to the unprecedented risks and opportunities presented by today’s volatile markets and the upcoming U.S. elections, we’ve assembled a true dream team of experts to speak at this year’s Conference.

“The Super Bowl of
investment advisors.”
— Chicago Sun Times

The agenda is super-charged with legendary experts, powerful presentations and exciting events you’ll talk about — and profit from — for years to come.

Gov. Sarah Palin: America’s most inspiring conservative

From small-town mayor to governor of Alaska to vice-presidential candidate, Sarah Palin’s remarkable story of achievement has inspired millions of Americans. Her unswerving support of personal liberty and family values has earned her a loyal following and made her one of the most influential figures on the political scene.

In New Orleans, Gov. Palin will participate in our Summit on America’s Future panel with Charles Krauthammer and Rick Santelli, and give a rousing closing address. In the process, she will reveal the dire stakes in this year’s national election, and what you can do to prepare regardless of the outcome.

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Palin: Statement on Republican Convention

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on August 12, 2012

Governor Sarah Palin released a statement via GretaWire regarding the upcoming Republican National Convention which will be held in Tampa, Florida August 27th-30th

“…Everything I said at the 2008 convention about then-candidate Obama still stands today, and in fact the predictions made about the very unqualified and inexperienced Community Organizer’s plans to “fundamentally transform” our country are unfortunately coming true. This year is a good opportunity for other voices to speak at the convention and I’m excited to hear them. As I’ve repeatedly said, I support Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan in their efforts to replace President Obama at the ballot box, and I intend to focus on grassroots efforts to rally Independents and the GOP base to elect Senate and House members so a wise Congress is ready to work with our new President to get our country back on the right path. This is imperative. As President Clinton said in 2008 while candidate Obama and lapdogs in the media were thrashing his wife’s record and reputation, this is “…the biggest fairy tale.” For the sake of America’s solvency and sovereignty we must close this nonsensical book in November…” – Sarah Palin

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Palin Reserves Space in Tampa near RNC Convention Site

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on April 11, 2012

Sarah_palin39It seems that Governor Sarah Palin will have huge presence at the 2012 Republican National Convention.  The release of the required FEC Disclosure Report for SarahPAC reveals a deposit of $4,500.00 for space at the Channelside Bay Mall.  This action creates questions for this writer with regards to the size of the space, the length of time Governor Palin will have space and whether or not this will this be a public venue or a private area for interviews and special guests.

You can find other stories related to this topic at Politico and at the Tampa Bay Times.

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