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Posts Tagged ‘The Undefeated’

Scurrying Like Roaches in the Light

Posted by Adrienne Ross on July 15, 2011

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

Most of us have probably not spent a lot of time studying the habits of insects, and even if we were so inclined, roaches would surely be the last ones we’d be drawn to investigating. There’s one thing about roaches that probably everyone knows, however: they don’t like light; it sends them in a million directions. Thus the expression someone is “scurrying like roaches in the light.”

Now, I don’t know how much personal will a roach has, but apparently they are rather persistent in their determination to resist being in the presence of light. I also don’t know how much brain power roaches have, so I have no idea if they take off running because they know they’ll be exposed–and ultimately destroyed–or if light just makes them uncomfortable. Whatever the case, light certainly throws them into a panic, as evidenced by their behavior. There’s no pretense, either; they unashamedly prefer the darkness.

Speaking of light, The Undefeated premieres tomorrow. Governor Palin’s supporters have been looking forward to this day. So have others who, though not supporters, have a genuine appreciation for the truth. Some people, however, don’t share that same enthusiasm or respect for facts. On the contrary, they despise it.

They’re panicking.

In typical roach fashion, as the light of Governor Palin’s record is about to shine brightly for all to see, they’re scurrying like roaches. Running in every direction, they’re doing everything in their power to avoid exposure. Light brings revelation, and they cannot handle revelation. It destroys what they’ve worked so hard to achieve. They’ve created, encouraged, and feasted on lies, and they’ve relied on never being found out. Everything seemed to be working in their favor, too. They had the left, some on the right, and the mainstream media in their corner, aiding and abetting their sinister deeds. They are the left, some on the right, and the mainstream media, in most cases. They did not have the foresight to imagine that the truth would emerge in the form of a Stephen Bannon documentary which would destroy their false narratives and outright lies. They expected these to forever go undetected as they chewed away at the Governor’s record and future. They thought they’d have the freedom, like roaches in the night, to roam and eat undisturbed, that she would at least go away and not come back. It’s taken them a while to figure it out, but as they have become increasingly aware that they were wrong, that the light has come and opened eyes and enlightened minds, they’re panicking.

Why do I say this?

We have been anticipating the release of The Undefeated for some time now. We’ve been waiting, getting the word out, expecting this film to be a definite game-changer. In the meantime, reviews have been written, interviews have been conducted, and previous skeptics have admitted that their opinion of Governor Palin changed upon learning the facts presented in the screening.

Today, it opens in ten cities. The lightswitch has been flipped, and the script is about to do the same. As if they know their end is near, the roaches have already begun to scurry. I saw the scurrying first-hand yesterday via Twitter. Out of the blue, the tweets were coming to me from people I don’t know and have never, to my knowledge, conversed with–attacking the film as “propaganda”; declaring Governor Palin is “history”; accusing her of “fear-mongering”; saying The Undefeated is a bunch of “lies” so they will never go see it; you know, scurrying like roaches as the light approaches. Obviously, the information in the film is a matter of public record; therefore, calling the movie lies is simply…well, a lie itself. What she accomplished as she served Alaska over the past 20 years is well-documented. I did engage these PDS-sufferers a little bit by responding to some tweets (Sometimes I just can’t help myself!), but not too deeply, for it’s hard to pin down scurrying, panicky roaches for too long.

Is it just the film debut that’s got the PDS-sufferers all wee-wee’d up? I believe there’s one more thing that has them running in every direction now. On Wednesday night, Governor Palin told Sean Hannity that a 2012 announcement is imminent. Could their worst fears have come upon them? Is it possible that the one they attacked, the one whose record they tried to sully, the one they worked unceasingly to destroy but couldn’t–yes, the undefeated one– might just be the one to take on the GOP machine, the 2012 Republican candidates, and ultimately the so-called anointed one? Is it possible that the truth of her record, so ably communicated in The Undefeated, will help make this next step that much more likely to be a success?

Roaches thrive in the dark, but they cannot tolerate the light. When it comes, they scurry. In other words, they get all wild and crazy. They try anything to keep themselves alive and their infestation preserved. They crave the darkness again. The problem for them, however, is that darkness doesn’t really exist. What we call darkness is simply the absence of light, but once light comes, we see more clearly, we understand better, and we act accordingly. Light has come. The Undefeated is light. Governor Palin’s 2012 announcement will be light. The roaches don’t like it, and they’re already scurrying manically, but it’s too late. Their fate has been sealed.

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Pre-Purchase ‘The Undefeated’ Tickets

Posted by Adrienne Ross on July 12, 2011

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

The Undefeated, the documentary about Governor Palin’s entrance into politics, her accomplishments, and her qualifications, premieres in 10 cities this Friday, July 15th–only three days from today. Have you taken the challenge yet?

If you’re planning to see the movie–and surely you are–consider purchasing your tickets early. Many people don’t pre-purchase movie tickets; they simply show up. However, there are many benefits for taking this pre-purchase approach with The Undefeated. This film has received glowing reviews, and every individual who wants to know who Governor Palin really is, free from the media bias, lies, and refusals to report the truth, should seek to be there. That said, there is no guarantee that tickets will be available for walk-in movie-goers. To reserve your place, order your tickets early.

Don’t just go alone or with other supporters, either. Also go with people who don’t know much about the Governor, those who are on the fence about her, and even those who profess to despise her. This film has turned many a skeptic into a believer already. There’s something about the truth that has the power to set people free. So why not purchase tickets, give them out to your friends, and watch minds be changed?

Again, here’s where you can see The Undefeated:

AMC Theatres – Grapevine Mills 30
3150 Grapevine Mills Parkway
Grapevine, TX 76051

AMC Highlands Ranch 24
103 W Centennial Blvd
Highlands Ranch, CO 80129

AMC Theatres – Quail Springs Mall 24
2501 West Memorial Rd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73134

AMC Loews Theatres – Universal Cineplex 20
6000 Universal Blvd.
Orlando, FL 32819

AMC Theatres – Barrett Commons 24
2600 Cobb Place Lane Northwest
Kennesaw, GA 30144-6872

AMC Theatres – The Block 30
20 City Blvd. West
Orange, CA 92868-3100

AMC Theatres – Ahwatukee 24
4915 East Ray Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85044

AMC Theatres – Gulf Pointe 30
11801 S Sam Houston Pkwy E.
Houston, TX 77089-4765

AMC Showplace 17
4325 South Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN 46217

AMC Theatres – Independence Commons 20
19200 East 39th St.
Independence, MO 64057

Buy tickets here today. If your city isn’t on the list, vote here to have it come to your area.

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Governor Palin’s Newsweek Article Leads Me to One Conclusion: She’s Running

Posted by Adrienne Ross on July 10, 2011

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

Newsweek, scheduled to hit the stands tomorrow with Governor Palin on the cover and an in-depth article inside, has become available early online. Governor Palin makes it clear during this interview that she believes she can defeat President Obama in a national election. Read the full article here. Below is an excerpt:

“I believe that I can win a national election,” Sarah Palin declared one recent evening, sitting in the private dining room of a hotel in rural Iowa. The occasion for her visit to quintessential small-town America was a gathering of the faithful that would have instantaneously erupted into a fervent campaign rally had she but given the word. Instead, it had been another day on the non–campaign trail, this one capped by a sweet victory: she had just attended the premiere of a glowingly positive documentary about her titled The Undefeated.

“The people of America are desperate for positive change, and deserving of positive change, to get us off of this wrong track,” she told me during a conversation that lasted late into the night and, inevitably, kept returning to the subject that has titillated the media and spooked Republican presidential contenders for months: her political intentions. “I’m not so egotistical as to believe that it has to be me, or it can only be me, to turn things around,” she said. “But I do believe that I can win.”

Two years after stepping down as governor of Alaska—not a retreat, she later said of the decision, quoting Korean War general Oliver Smith, but “advancing in another direction”—Palin has proved herself an enduring force capable, with minimal effort, of keeping political professionals and, especially, the press in a state of perpetual imbalance. This derives partly, of course, from her standing as a possible presidential candidate with presumed frontrunner potential, a status she seems inclined to maintain for as long as possible. On the day we met, her daughter Bristol had declared in a television interview that Palin had already made a decision about whether to run for president—an assertion that Palin quickly tried to shoot down. “I think Bristol has made up her mind, and Bristol wants me to run for president,” she said. “But we’re still thinking about it. I’m still thinking about it.”

If Palin doesn’t end up running, the reason will be simple, she said. “Family. If it came down to the family just saying, ‘Please, Mom, don’t do this,’ then that would be the deal-killer for me, because your family’s gotta be in it with you.”

Family has been elemental to Palin’s national political identity from the moment she was introduced as John McCain’s running mate in 2008, accompanied by her outdoorsman husband, Todd, and four of their five children, including their youngest, Trig, who’d been born four months earlier with Down syndrome. The press’s fascination with this picturesque brood quickly turned so darkly speculative that candidate Barack Obama threatened to fire anyone in his campaign found participating in the conjectures.

Yet Palin, who is 47, now hinted that her family would not try to dissuade her from entering the race. “My kids know that life isn’t supposed to be easy, and it’s certainly not fair,” she said. “And they know that, even on their end, they have to make some sacrifices for the greater good.”

Be sure to read the entire piece.

Governor Palin is well-aware of the need for a leader who has experience, common sense, love of country, and a servant’s heart. She is also aware that she possesses all these characteristics. It is clear to me that she knows she is needed at this time in history. Everywhere she goes people are begging her to run, to make the sacrifice, to do what’s necessary to put this country back on the right track.

From her own words, I deduce that the only thing that can stop her from taking this all-important, life-changing step is an outright plea from her family not to run. She suggested in this article, however, that her family isn’t asking that of her, and that they understand that it costs to do the right thing, to make an impact, to effect change. I, therefore, make the prediction I have made for almost three years now: Governor Palin is running for President of the United States. I add the prediction that the announcement is coming soon.

REMINDER: The Undefeated premieres this Friday, July 15th. Learn why she’s so confident that she has the record to take on President Obama, win, and lead this country effectively. Click here to see where it’s showing and to buy tickets for yourself and some others. Click here to vote to bring it to your area if it’s not scheduled already.

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In Colorado: Ticket Pre-Sales For “The Undefeated” On Par With “Harry Potter”

Posted by Gary P Jackson on July 9, 2011

By Gary P Jackson

An interesting update on ticket sales from the Highland Ranch, Colorado theater that is premiering The Undefeated next Friday. Ian Lazaran tweets: the percentages of pre-sales for The Undefeated and the new Harry Potter movie are running the same for the 15th.

This shows a keen interest in folks who want to learn more about the real Sarah Palin vs the one made up by the lamestream media. The producers have released a new trailer for the move that samples some very powerful moments. Check it out here.

The Undefeated is premiering in select theaters nationwide next Friday, July 15. To find the location nearest you, and order tickets, click here.

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Video Trailer From “The Undefeated”: Daughter.Wife. Mother.Warrior.

Posted by Gary P Jackson on July 9, 2011


The Undefeated Teaser Trailer from Dain Valverde on Vimeo.

By Gary P Jackson

Watching this preview brings a tear to my eyes. The kind of tears when you experience a championship win, or watch an inspiring movie. The kind of tears when you are inspired. This new teaser from the movie The Undefeated is just that powerful, and a small look at how the entire movie will effect you.

In this clip you will see Tammy Bruce, Kate Obenshain, Sonnie Johnson, former Palin staffer Meg Stapleton, Mark Levin, and Andrew Breitbart. As you will see, the “warrior part of this segment in the movie has to do with how Sarah took on the highly corrupt Alaska Republican Party, including the self named Corrupt Bastards Club. [These Bastards proudly wore caps with “CBC emblazoned on them!] She also took on Big Oil and as Meg Stapleton has said, actually starred down a top oil executive in the airport once, when he told her she didn’t know who she was messing with!

As we’ve said before, this is a must see film. If you are already a strong supporter of Sarah’s, this will only re-affirm why you support her in the first place. If you’re on the fence, this movie should change your mind. Even if you don’t care for Sarah, something tells me going to the movie may cure you of that. Sarah Palin is a woman of strong character and convictions. Someone who everyone should respect, even her foes.

Andrew Breitbart wrote this today at his Big Government website:

The much anticipated Sarah Palin documentary by filmmaker Steve Bannon comes out in theaters next Friday, July 15th. People can now see the trailer for the first time. I’ve now seen the film three times and one thing that stands out is how Sarah Palin has always been on the offensive and refuses to apologize for who she is. Subsequently, there are tens of millions of Americans who not only relate to her, but her ballsyness contrasts more with the Republican Party than the Democratic Party. If Sarah Palin doesn’t run for the Presidency, someone in the Republican Party should take note on what real leadership looks like.

Democrats who watch this will see somebody they wish they had on their side—and they did once, in Alaska. Governor Palin stood up to the deservedly vilified ExxonMobil whose criminal misconduct with the Exxon Valdez was exacerbated with years and years of legal wrangling and deep-seated corruption that Governor Palin took on directly. Bannon’s movie is not a woe-is-her exercise in victimology; it’s a jarring look at how entrenched politicians and entrenched media can distort reality to maintain the status quo.

I have built a brand and a mission based upon pointing out media distortion and lies. I have never seen a greater disparity between the media Sarah Palin and the real one. Mainstream media types who have seen this movie are admitting as much but claim that it’s Sarah Palin who drastically changed into a completely different person. No, this was a manufactured Palin, manufactured to destroy her in the pursuit of protecting Barack Obama.

Rebels of all stripes who come to this film with open eyes will be inspired by a daughter, a wife, a mother, and a warrior who took on the system and won.

I couldn’t agree with Andrew more. The Undefeated premiers in theaters nationwide on July 15. Click here to get tickets to a theater near you. This is not a movie you want to miss.

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‘The Undefeated’ Challenge

Posted by Adrienne Ross on July 5, 2011

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

The more I think about the film The Undefeated, the more excited I become at its potential. Put yourself in Governor Palin’s shoes. You spend 20 years in public service. You start out at the bottom with no desire other than to make a positive impact. You achieve success through hard work, not special favors. You tolerate no corruption, regardless of political party or pressure. You cut spending, slice taxes, stimulate business, and uphold the state Constitution. Your hard work earns you an approval rating of almost 90%. You’re praised as Governor Exemplar among governors. You’re then asked if you want to help change history by running on the ticket with Republican Presidential candidate Senator John McCain, a feat no other woman had ever attained, just as no other woman had ever been governor of Alaska. You offer yourself up in the name of service, and hit the campaign trail wide open.

The love that had been heaped upon you sours and turns to hatred and fear when the mainstream media sees you as a threat to the ascendancy of Barack Obama, heir to the American throne. To keep people oblivious to the truth of all that you had accomplished, they invest time demonizing you, attacking you, even trying to ignore you at times, although that doesn’t work too well, for PDS simply doesn’t allow for cold-turkey breakups. They create–or zero in on–a number of “gates,” such as Troopergate, Babygate, Clothinggate, Ethicsgate, Boobgate, Boogate, Visorgate, Blackgate, Emailgate, just to name a few.

After two decades and an impressive record, this is the thanks they gave Governor Palin. The greatest injustice, however, besides the attack on her family, is the attack on her record, no doubt. What we have spent our lives doing matters to us. The media, the left, and many on the right worked tirelessly to keep the light off what she’s managed to accomplish, knowing that the truth would wreck their political agendas, put an end to politics-as-usual, and destroy the various and sundry narratives they’ve worked so hard to create.

Nothing they have done has caused the Governor to sit down and shut up, however. Instead, she continues to fight for a restoration of America’s founding principles. To help matters, as if in answer to prayer, along comes Stephen Bannon with a documentary which has been heralded as a game-changer. The Undefeated is the truth on screen. It’s a knockout punch. It’s the refusal to allow others to rewrite a person’s history. The Undefeated is a movie that absolutely must be seen. It’s the story of Governor Palin’s career, so we know she’s done her part. Stephen Bannon and his team have done their part. Now, we must do our part.

So I challenge you, as I challenge me. Let’s ask ourselves the following questions: How much have we done to promote this movie? How many tickets have we bought that we will hand out to those we know need to see te film? Yes, that means people who aren’t her supporters–yet. As I reviewed here, everyone needs to see this documentary. Are we on Facebook and Twitter encouraging people to buy tickets? Do we actually believe The Undefeated can make a difference? If not, then we’re ignoring the plethora of reviews that attest to the power of this movie.

Governor Palin has some of the most active, enthusiastic supporters in the nation. Our support is based on the truth of who she is, what she has done, and what we know she can do. Let’s take that knowledge to more people. Let’s sell out these theaters, and let’s do everything in our power to get the message of her record to every person we can. If your answers to the questions I asked are positive and your efforts have been many, I issue yet another challenge to us all: go further, dig deeper, and work harder. We can help get the job done.

As a reminder, The Undefeated will be premiering in the following places on July 15th:

AMC Theatres – Grapevine Mills 30
3150 Grapevine Mills Parkway
Grapevine, TX 76051

AMC Highlands Ranch 24
103 W Centennial Blvd
Highlands Ranch, CO 80129

AMC Theatres – Quail Springs Mall 24
2501 West Memorial Rd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73134

AMC Loews Theatres – Universal Cineplex 20
6000 Universal Blvd.
Orlando, FL 32819

AMC Theatres – Barrett Commons 24
2600 Cobb Place Lane Northwest
Kennesaw, GA 30144-6872

AMC Theatres – The Block 30
20 City Blvd. West
Orange, CA 92868-3100

AMC Theatres – Ahwatukee 24
4915 East Ray Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85044

AMC Theatres – Gulf Pointe 30
11801 S Sam Houston Pkwy E.
Houston, TX 77089-4765

AMC Showplace 17
4325 South Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN 46217

AMC Theatres – Independence Commons 20
19200 East 39th St.
Independence, MO 64057

Why not buy some tickets today and share with others who will get the opportunity to see the real story, not the media bias, of Governor Palin’s stellar career? If the film is not being shown in your area, vote here to bring it where you are.

Spread the word, keep up the hard work, and get others involved. Remember, Game On involves us.

Cross-posted from MotivationTruth

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Sarah Palin Is Still The GOP’s Biggest Star And Only Leader

Posted by Gary P Jackson on July 1, 2011

By Gary P Jackson

Craig Robinson of The Iowa Republican has a great recap of the Pella. Iowa world premier of The Undefeated

Here are some excerpts:

Pella took center stage as Sarah Palin made a visit to the community of 10,000 to view a new documentary about her political life, “The Undefeated.” Below are my thoughts about what took place there yesterday.

The Setting

The setting couldn’t have been more perfect. The City of Pella is worth a visit at any time of year, especially in the early spring when its millions of tulips are bloom. But even after the tulips are gone, the vibrant city known for its Dutch heritage still impresses those who stop in the southern Iowa town.

The heart of the city is populated with locally owned stores. There isn’t a big box store in sight of the downtown. Instead of cars being lined up at a Starbucks, people grab their coffee at Smokey Row. People travel from near and far to get Dutch letters and baked goods from the Jaarsma Bakery. If sweets and baked goods are not your forte, there is always Ulrich’s Meat Market.

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.

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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.

The Movie

Last week, I talked to a member of the media who had seen a preview of “The Undefeated” and was unimpressed. Most of the complaints were technical in nature. They were also offended by the unrated version’s language that opens the movie. The movie begins showing the vicious attacks on Palin, most of them from the liberal elite from Hollywood. The version shown in Pella was lightly toned down with the offending curse words being bleeped out, but the effect of displaying the vitriol this woman faced, mostly just for the fact that she’s a conservative woman, was still shocking and a bit overwhelming to watch.

My initial thought while watching the movies was, where was this three years ago when Palin was on the Republican presidential ticket? The movie does an excellent job of telling the story of Palin’s political career, the odds she faced, the victories she achieved, and the price that she ultimately paid.

After watching the film, you come away with a better understanding of what Palin did in Alaska that thrust her into the national spotlight. The documentary showcases the victories she achieved in the first 20 months as governor. Then it shows how, after being demonized by the liberal left, she was no longer able to accomplish anything.

The Star: [emphasis mine]

Palin was amazing in Pella yesterday. 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.

Palin must have posed for a thousand photographs last night. In addition, she also autographed hundreds of books, tickets, and even a baseball. While she could have left at any time, she patiently worked through the crowd until she hit the door of her car. The crowd loved her. Nobody went home disappointed.

Read more here.

This article hits the nail on the head. Sarah Palin has a rare quality that we will need to win in 2012. She’s undeniably a media superstar. She can draw a crowd anywhere. She connects very well with people. And lets face it, if she’s in town, she’s the story, the media all but ignore other candidates, and even the President of the United States, if he’s close by.

But there’s more to Sarah Palin than that, she was also a superstar Governor. She had the highest approval rating of any Governor, and possibly any elected official, in the entire United States. She did this by working hard and getting things done. She took on corruption, including corruption among Republicans and Big Oil. She cut spending by record amounts. And she did it in good times, while her legislature was begging her to spend, spend, spend.

You know, we look at a few Governors out there today trying to cut spending, and get excited, but we must remember, these Governors have no choice. Their states are on the verge of bankruptcy. Alaska was flush with money, but Sarah foresaw a time when it wouldn’t be. She was way ahead of the curve. Her insight left Alaska with a $12 billion surplus.

Sarah even cut her own staff, famously getting rid of the cook and other staff at the Governor’s Mansion. She also refused a pay raise [taking her from $125,000 to earning $150,000 per year] the legislature approved for both her and the Lt. Governor. [who also refused] All-in-all, Sarah cut the executive office budget by $1 million, as compared to the previous two Governor’s spending.

Sarah also got huge things done like ACES and AGIA. The former revamping the way Big Oil paid Alaska for the oil they take out of the ground, the latter putting in place the mechanism to create a natural gas pipeline from Alaska to the lower 48, the largest construction project in North American history, and a 30 year dream of the Alaskan people.

Sarah got more significant things done in her time as Governor than most Governors and even most Presidents do in their entire careers.

You combine the media savvy of Sarah Palin with the abilities as the best Governor/CEO in the country and you have a winning package, not only for 2012, but for many decades to come.

You see, the thing Sarah Palin is able to do, that no other politician in the country can, including Obama, is excite people to the point of truly wanting to get involved. Those familiar with Organize4Palin, know that thousands of volunteers nationwide are building a ground game for 2012, just on the HOPE Sarah Palin will run for President. These aren’t paid staffers. They are regular people who see a real leader and are willing to work hard to do anything to help her win.

But, there’s more. Sarah Palin has a profound effect on young people, boys and girls. Witness Youth for Palin, a growing group of real patriots whose writing we’re proud to feature here. These young women and men are excited about Liberty and Freedom. They will be the future leaders of our country.

As someone who still has great reverence for Ronald Reagan, Sarah Palin really excites me in a way no other can. She is the embodiment of Reagan. We know she’s studied Reagan since her youth. Now she’s using her star power to get younger folks, who didn’t have the pleasure of living when Reagan was President, to understand the principles he used to save America after the turbulent Carter years. She’s also reminding the older folks as well.

Simply put, Sarah Palin is today’s gold standard of Conservatism and leadership. She has the ability to not only revive the Reagan Revolution, but create her own as well. As great as Reagan was, I firmly believe Sarah Palin has what it takes to raise the bar even higher. Sarah’s unique pioneer roots, as well as her natural ability as a CEO, give her something we only see once, maybe twice, in a lifetime.

Sarah Palin can connect with the common man, because she’s one too. She can also stand with the world’s great leaders because she is one of them, too. Few can claim this sort of power and ability. And Sarah has the charisma and star power to bring the nation with her as she works to fundamentally RESTORE the nation to it’s founding principles.

I rarely trust politicians or put an ounce of faith in them. I trust Sarah Palin completely and have faith in her. I’ve been following Sarah’s career since her earliest days as Governor. A lot has happened since then. I’ve never been disappointed in how she’s handled whatever came her way. She’s proven to have a certain ability to always do the right thing, even when it was incredibly hard.

Sarah has also proven, without a single doubt, that she is one of the best tacticians out there. She has a political savvy that not only wins elections, but also wins hearts and minds. She proved as Governor that she could get things done by working with the democrats, without having to compromise her principles. The last President we had who could do this was Ronald Reagan. Reagan got incredible things done with a democrat Congress. Sarah got incredible things done facing not only democrats, but a hostile Republican Party. [sending their buddies to prison helped that along]

With Sarah Palin as our nominee, not only will she beat Obama in a landslide, her coattails will be long. Sarah proved in 2010 she can deliver. We saw one of the biggest nationwide political re-alignments in our nation’s history, and Sarah played a huge part in this.

There are a lot of democrat Senators up for re-election in 2012. With the leadership and star power Sarah has, we can win enough of those seats to have a strong Republican majority in Congress. With this majority, Sarah will be able to restore our nation. She will put us on a path of energy independence. Real energy independence. She’ll put in policies that will grow our economy and create jobs. Good jobs. Durable jobs. Most importantly, she will slash spending like you have never though imaginable. She’ll ride herd over wayward RINOs, and get a lot of democrats on board as well. Sarah won’t be bashful cutting any and all wasteful spending.

Leadership in Washington is almost non-existent. You don’t even have to take your shoes off to count how many real leaders are in our nation’s capitol, and none of them are at the top. Leaders like Sarah Palin do not grow on trees. When they come along, it is our duty as Americans to see they are put in office. Sarah Palin is the key if we want to see America restored. No one else has what she brings to the table. No one has the mix of star power and natural ability to govern, and govern well.

This is Sarah Palin’s time. This is our time too.

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The Best Video Of Sarah Palin’s Speech In Pella, Iowa

Posted by Gary P Jackson on July 1, 2011

By Gary P Jackson

There are several amateur videos of Sarah Palin’s incredible heart felt speech after the screening of The Undefeated in Pella, Iowa on Tuesday night, but by far, this video by michellefron is the best quality.

I’m again stuck by the power Sarah brings to a speech. No notes, no teleprompters, just speaking from the heart.

It’s also notable that she lets people know right away this movie isn’t about her, but her entire team, as well as the American spirit, and what can be accomplished with a little hard work.

This is what real a real leader looks like. Someone with the right stuff.

There is also a great article about the videographer’s experience at the event here. Make sure you check it out.

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What Governor Palin’s Iowa Remarks Further Reveal

Posted by Adrienne Ross on June 29, 2011

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

Ask President Obama’s fans why they support him so vehemently, what he’s accomplished to have earned him such high praise. Often these individuals are unable to respond with anything substantive. They may stutter, spout some nebulous hope and change jargon, change the subject, or–feeling trapped–simply hurl insults. There’s really not much they can say, though, is there? He’s driven up the debt, alienated our allies, bowed to foreign monarchs, hurt the economy with a drilling moratorium, ignored the voice of the American people by shoving health care down our throats, and played a lot of golf.

On the contrary, ask Governor Palin’s supporters why we so relentlessly stand by her side, and responses are centered in her character, her record as a city council member, mayor, oil and gas commissioner, governor, reformer, business owner, vice presidential candidate, mom, wife, athlete, and coach. If there are some who cannot rattle off her record, all of that now changes with the emergence of Stephen Bannon’s The Undefeated which leaves no room for doubts about her qualifications and accomplishments and her ability to lead.

In addition to the Governor’s successes in offices held, her supporters will often express their appreciation that she is something so hard to find in public figures today. They often say it this way: “She’s the real deal.” Americans love a strong, solid record. We need it, and she’s got it. We are also crying out for a real person, a person who can be trusted, a person who has a servant’s heart. We’re desiring a people’s person. We sense that in Governor Palin. Upon meeting her for the first time, many come away feeling they’ve encountered a breath of fresh air. This seems like such a small thing, but after years of gagging from the stench of politics-as-usual, that fresh air has become our craving.

Governor Palin rolled into Pella, Iowa wearing jeans, mingled with the people, watched the film about her own career, signed autographs while eating a burger, and even made impromptu remarks at the conclusion of the film. Now, from what I can tell, she had no obligation to speak, but she delivered these remarks to a cheering crowd. I saw no teleprompter. I saw no notes at all. Yet I heard plenty of substance–comments about our founding documents, American work ethic and exceptionalism, the Judeo-Christian principles upon which we were established, freedom, the private sector, our vast natural resources waiting to be developed, and our position as a beacon of light in this world. Without using notes, without batting an eye, without fumbling for the next word or phrase, she spoke. Just to be sure, I checked with Shane Vander Hart who was there. He confirmed for me that Governor Palin used no notes.

Now, not using notes is one thing, but doing so as one speaks with sincerity and passion to the values and principles that matter most to people–to Iowans, in this case–is another. Iowans are serious about their state and their place in the process of electing leaders. Iowans pride themselves, in fact, on this. And last night, Iowans applauded, cheered, and relished in this moment, not because there was just another person, with another story, giving another speech, but because they knew that this person who could throw on some jeans, sit in the midst of them, speak from her heart to them, and chill out to eat a burger with them is the real deal.

President Obama once restarted a speech when his telempromper malfunctioned. He did not readily recognize that he was repeating what he had already said. That’s what happens when what you say doesn’t resonate within. It’s just words. However, when you mean what you say, when you are what you say, then what you say matters–and people know it.

Governor Palin has had such an impact on people because she is the rare combination of experience, intellect, and authenticity. Unlike any declared candidate for president, she is the complete package, and she is the real deal. With this realization, perhaps we’ve uncovered not only why she is so respected by so many, but more importantly, why she is so hated by others. They don’t despise her because they believe she is a fake, as they often accuse. Perhaps they hate her because she is not, and they know it. They know the same thing her supporters know: she is the real deal–and that, truth be told, scares the crap out of them.

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‘Sarah Palin’s Unlikely [Black] Supporter’; Really, ABC?; UPDATED

Posted by Adrienne Ross on June 29, 2011

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

ABC really needs to get a clue. There’s a reason they, and others like them, are called the lamestream media. They named an article “Sarah Palin’s Unlikely Supporter.” Why this title? Well, the whole basis for the use of the word “unlikely” is based on race. Sonnie Johnson, interviewed in Stephen Bannon’s The Undefeated, is a tea party patriot who happens to be Black. According to the ABC title, this makes her some type of enigma. I continue to shake my head at the left who are so fond of projecting their own issues with race onto the right. They are the ones who view people of darker skin tone in the context of race alone, rather than as human beings who have the same reasoning capacity and love of country as others do.

Sonnie Johnson loves this country and loves what it represents. Therefore, she loves Governor Palin. The article highlights her support of the Governor. Their surprise, as evidenced by their title, unnecessarily sticks out like a sore thumb.

As I discussed here and Whitney here, Sonnie explains her support for the Governor:

The one trait I love about Sarah Palin is the one no one talks about. Her main promise, above everything else, is to get the hell out of my life. I would love a President who didn’t believe it was their job to create jobs. A president who isn’t scared to let the free market work because SHE believes in Free Markets. And isn’t afraid to spend her time taking on the Corruption in Washington, instead of burdening the American People with more regulations. A President who doesn’t believe in punishing the rich, but creating a level playing field where every American, connected or not, can obtain and build wealth.

These values are not limited to pockets of our society, but all people benefit from a freer, more prosperous, more ethical government. Why is it “unlikely” that Sonnie would crave such a place for her children to grow up in?

ABC News’ Sheila Marikar reports from Iowa:

There’s the stereotype of the Sarah Palin supporter, and then there’s Sonnie Johnson.

The 30-year-old African-American mother and wife is featured in “The Undefeated” as one of the many people Palin captivated when John McCain thrust her onto the national stage as his vice presidential running mate in 2008. In Pella, Iowa today for the premiere of the film, Johnson said she latched on to Palin when the former Alaska governor took the stage at the Republican National Convention.

“We were watching it on TV and my daughter was like, ‘A girl can be president?,’” Johnson recalled. “And I said, ‘Yes, baby, girls can do anything.’ That was the moment — I saw that look in my daughter’s eye, that anything in possible. The next week, I went to my very first political event, and that was to see Sarah Palin. John McCain and Sarah Palin.”

Johnson has become increasingly involved in the tea party since then, speaking at tea party events around her native Virginia. She’ll give the keynote address at an event held by the Charlottesville, VA. tea party on the Fourth of July with her young daughter by her side.

“She’ll be on stage with me,” Johnson said. “I want to get her involved, little by little. I like to say that for the black community, nothing will change until we learn to love our children more than we love the Democratic party.”

The truth, as I thoroughly explained here, here, and here, is that the principles for which Governor Palin fights are vital for all Americans but absolutely essential for the Black community. Sonnie Johnson’s support for these principles should come as no surprise. In fact, it’s basic common sense. The more the message is heard–truly heard–the more it will be received–by people of all backgrounds.

May the multitudes of Americans get behind Governor Palin and declare, as did Sonnie Johnson in Iowa:

“I’ll peddle her today,” she said. “Basically, I put the option out there that if she’s going to run, I’ll be hers through 2012. Anything I can do, I’ll be hers.”

Read the full article here. Sonnie Johnson has a great story that ABC does manage to capture, in spite of their obvious surprise at such “unlikely” support.

(h/t Irma E. Muñoz)

UPDATE: To be clear, I don’t have a problem discussing race. I do discuss race. I have discussed, for example, how conservative principles are an asset to the Black community, how Governor Palin’s values are vital to the survival of the Black community. My purpose in pointing to ABC’s strange comment about Sonnie Johnson’s race is that it has no place within this article. It serves to portray her as different from other Governor Palin supporters in an attempt to continue the narrative that Governor Palin’s appeal is only to certain Americans, when in fact, she appeals to a wide range of people, and what she stands for is valued by many. The reference to the unlikelihood of Ms. Johnson’s support is totally out of sync with the article. It’s pointless in terms of substance. It further serves to paint Black conservatives as different from other Black people, to perpetuate the sell-out, not really Black, or not Black enough accusation we so often endure. The otherwise fair, interesting article should have remained one about substance alone. But ABC had another agenda, which they tried to innocently slip in with their title.

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