Monday, September 30, 2013

Video: Gov. Sarah Palin visits with Sean Hannity 9-30-2013



Full Video: Gov. Sarah Palin visits with Sean Hannity 9-30-2013


Gov. Palin joined Sean Hannity on Fox News Monday night and said "No, we don't do pin pricks, but sometimes we elect them." She said that Republican members of Congress are too afraid of what the media will do to them if they stand strong on defunding Obamacare. She pointed out that regardless of whether there is a government shutdown, the media will blame Republicans in either case, and they should just "deal with it." -Josh Painter 


 

With thanks to Sarahnet and Josh Painter

Video: Gov.Sarah Palin joins Neil Cavuto on Fox Biz 9-30-2013

With thanks to the great folks at Sarah Net and to Josh Painter

Full Video: Gov. Sarah Palin joins Neil Cavuto on Fox Biz 9-30-2013

Sarah Palin appeared on Neil Cavuto's Fox Business program Monday night with commentary on a pending government shutdown. She summed up the political maneuvering over the continuing resolution to fund the federal government as "hysterics" and "governing by chaos." She said "the American people are sick of it." - Josh Painter


Video: Gov. Sarah Palin drops by 'The Real Story With Gretchen Carlson' 9-30-2013

Via SarahNet

Sunday, September 29, 2013

Radio Interview:Defending Sarah Palin;Kevin Scholla's In Depth Analysis Of Governor Palin & Third Party Prospects

From 6:40 Kevin Schola describes his Palin radio program and consider's the Governor's future

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2013


Defending Sarah Palin ~> Kevin Scholla Lighting Up The Airwaves ~> Don't Miss This One




With thanks to Barracuda Brigade


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Saturday, September 28, 2013

Governor Palin In New Video Celebrating Ted Cruz And Others Who Fought Obamacare "Fighting for Us"

Governor Sarah Palin: Flushing Critters and Retrieving 2014

Sarah Palin: Flushing Critters and Retrieving 2014

Sarah and Todd Palin hunting
A simple fact is missing from all the media hysteria and political establishment temper tantrums over Senators Ted Cruz and Mike Lee’s attempt to defund Obamacare.
Americans are getting slammed by Obamacare right now. Workforces are decimated as health care prices rise. Public opinion is on our side. If now was not the time to unite and fight it, when was? Those who are attacking Cruz and Lee’s efforts have forgotten how negotiations are won.
Use as an example the negotiations a governor of energy-rich Alaska must engage in with powerful multinational oil tycoons. In my experience, I found that the key to achieving success for the people you’re elected to serve is to take a firm position, stand solid, and negotiate from there when the other guy is ready to take you seriously. You fight as hard as you can with whatever small edge you’ve got until the other guy respects you enough to wise up, sit down, and come to a mutually acceptable agreement. You get nothing at all if you preemptively surrender before the battle even commences.
Imagine how much stronger the GOP’s hand would have been if every Republican (and those Democrats who’ve finally admitted Obamacare’s devastating flaws) stood together against cloture in order to prevent Harry Reid from cutting off debate and stripping Obamacare defunding from the bill?
Not only would there have been pressure on red state Democrats up for re-election to join the right cause, there would have been pressure on Reid and the White House to negotiate agreements. Even if the GOP couldn’t have defunded all of Obamacare, they could have negotiated some relief for average Americans who now feel they can do nothing but brace for the coming train wreck. We average Americans know we’ll never get the exemptions and favors Obama gave his political cronies and Congress, but any relief for the middle class would have been welcomed.
But Republicans got nothing from squabbling with each other and denouncing (on and off the record) the brave men who tried to do something.
Ted Cruz and Mike Lee fought to fulfill the campaign promises every Republican made, and their actions have been revelatory for all of us.
Hunters know what flushing dogs do. Cruz and Lee were acting as the grassroots’ flushing dogs. Their actions showed us who was willing to stand up for hard working Americans and who wasn’t. We thank Senators Vitter, Paul, Crapo, Enzi, Fischer, Roberts, Scott, Heller, Grassley, Toomey, Moran, Rubio, Shelby, Risch, Inhofe, Portman, and Sessions for standing with Cruz and Lee.
In 2010, a galvanized grassroots rallied against Obamacare to carry Republicans to victory. But in 2012, many in the grassroots stayed home, and we saw how that turned out for the GOP.
Unfortunately, the message of some politicians today seems to be: “Whoopsie, seems I can’t fulfill my election promises, but vote for me again and I promise to do what I promised last time.
Sorry, that doesn’t cut it. America, you deserve better. If they can’t do anything with the power you gave them through their elected office, then you deserve someone else to give it a try.
2014 is just around the corner, and we’re ready for it. Support those who do us a favor by flushing out politicians wanting to hide. Retrieving liberty must be the point in all this.

Governor Sarah Palin: ‘If there's a government shut down...’


Sarah Palin: ‘If there's a government shut down...’

Posted by Gov. Palin on Facebook Saturday:
A friend sent me this graphic today. It says it all. "If there's a government shut down, who will spy on me, waste my money and have contempt for me?"

We could add so much more to this list, friends. For example, if the government shuts down, who will:
*block responsible resource development
*borrow more money from foreign countries to give to foreign countries
*mortgage my kids' future to bail out their friends on Wall Street & finance their big government crony capitalism
*"misplace" IRS receipts and ledgers to the tune of tens of millions
*stockpile ammo at DHS
*commandeer pro athletes to testify in front of Congress while watching bureaucrats plead the Fifth

Please feel free to add to the list with your own comments below. I so appreciate your great comments and "likes" and "shares" on these Facebook posts!

- Sarah Palin

Palin Govt Shutdown photo palin-govt-shutdown_zps1830efbd.jpg

- JP

Friday, September 27, 2013

Gov.Palin's Devastating Comment On President Obama's Contradiction Of Senator Obama


A sign of leadership failure?


Update To Gov.Palin's Call To Support Billy Graham & Imprisoned Christian;Sen, Cruz In Prayer

Here is Senator Cruz as reported by David Brody at The Brody File LINK to read the entire article which follows on from Governor Palin's call to support Rev. Billy Graham's appeal regarding imprisoned Christian
Saeed Abedini (reproduced below). 

There can be no greater illustration of the difference between the conservative right as seen in Gov. Palin and Senator Cruz and the radical left.. This illustrates our passion and our fight and whose side we are on.

Photo: Ted Cruz Kneels in Prayer Outside the White House


Here’s a shot of Sen. Ted Cruz praying in front of The White House yesterday.
No, he’s not praying that Barack Obama will overturn Obamacare and no, he’s not praying that he will occupy the presidency one day. Instead, he’s alongside Rev. Rob Schenck (from Faith and Action) and Rev. Frazier White (a Democrat and Obama supporter) praying for Saeed Abedini, who has been in an Iranian prison for one year. He is being persecuted for his faith to Jesus Christ.
Who says Ted Cruz isn’t bipartisan?
I have not only interviewed Ted Cruz many times, but I have spent time with him and his family. He is true Bible-believing Christian who is not ashamed of the Gospel. Of course the liberals don’t want to hear that nonsense. They’ll now be busy trying to figure out how to distort this picture in Adobe Photoshop.
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Via Facebook:

Billy Graham’s impassioned plea

Please read Billy Graham’s impassioned plea to the new president of Iran imploring the release of the imprisoned pastor Saeed Abedini. Bristol has been covering Saeed’s story for a long time on her blog. We are all so grateful to Rev. Graham for taking out this full-page ad in the New York Times to bring light to this terrible injustice.
President Obama, please act on this by using your position to appeal for Saeed’s release. We often ask ourselves, “What would Reagan do?” Well, in the 1980s, President Reagan worked behind the scenes to appeal to the Soviets for the release of Russian Christian dissidents who wanted to emigrate, and because of Reagan’s quiet work in the background, these Christians were finally allowed to leave the former Soviet Union. Reagan used the exceptional position of POTUS to appeal for justice, and it worked. Now we need our current president to appeal to Iran’s new president for the release of this imprisoned Christian.
Kudos to Rev. Graham for taking action today. I have so much respect for him. As my dad wrote about in his book, Billy Graham was the man who led my mom to Christ years ago, which resulted in the rest of the family becoming Christians in the 70s.
- Sarah Palin

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Gov. Palin Writes:"Billy Graham’s impassioned plea Please read Billy Graham’s impassioned plea to the new president of Iran imploring the release of the imprisoned pastor Saeed Abedini"







Via Facebook:

Billy Graham’s impassioned plea

Please read Billy Graham’s impassioned plea to the new president of Iran imploring the release of the imprisoned pastor Saeed Abedini. Bristol has been covering Saeed’s story for a long time on her blog. We are all so grateful to Rev. Graham for taking out this full-page ad in the New York Times to bring light to this terrible injustice.
President Obama, please act on this by using your position to appeal for Saeed’s release. We often ask ourselves, “What would Reagan do?” Well, in the 1980s, President Reagan worked behind the scenes to appeal to the Soviets for the release of Russian Christian dissidents who wanted to emigrate, and because of Reagan’s quiet work in the background, these Christians were finally allowed to leave the former Soviet Union. Reagan used the exceptional position of POTUS to appeal for justice, and it worked. Now we need our current president to appeal to Iran’s new president for the release of this imprisoned Christian.
Kudos to Rev. Graham for taking action today. I have so much respect for him. As my dad wrote about in his book, Billy Graham was the man who led my mom to Christ years ago, which resulted in the rest of the family becoming Christians in the 70s.
- Sarah Palin

An Excellent And Prescient Essay On Governor Palin And Syria; "Why I Miss Sarah Palin"

I missed this post from last June. Interestingly the comments about Syria and Governor Palin's statement on the subject are still timely. They also show just how correct her judgement was then and is still now-a strong antidote to the haters and naysayers who have been on the "Palin's an idiot" bandwagon for 5 years whilst their heroes do and say idiotic things.

Stuart Schneiderman is a person of much insight and I commend his site "Had Enough Therapy"
AT THIS LINKHere is an extract from his essay read the rest and his other posts at the link.
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Why I Miss Sarah Palin


Until yesterday Sarah Palin had been unusually quiet.

The Romney campaign had marginalized her and Fox News had dismissed her as a commentator.

At its Republican National Convention Team Romney put Gov. Chris Christie on the podium in prime time. It did not even invite Sarah Palin to speak.

Christie was no guts and no glory. He bombed. Then, he returned to New Jersey to suck up to Barack Obama. Appetite control is not his strong suit.

Statistical research shows that Mitt Romney lost the election because Palin voters did not show up at the polls. Could it be that they, like their paladin, felt rejected by the party.

Republicans examined the election data and managed to conclude that they needed to sponsor immigration reform. You know, because, as serious presidential contender Jeb Bush says, immigrants are more fertile.

Now, where did anyone get the idea that Republicans are the stupid party?

In effect, the Republican Party has two people who are good communicators. It has two national figures who can find just the right concept to communicate a point of view on an issue.

The first, Gov. Chris Christie has been a washout as a national leader.

Which leaves us with Sarah Palin.

As you know, Palin has a gift. She can go high-concept with the best of them. You recall her remarks about "death panels" and her famous: How’s that hopey-changey stuff working out for you?

Fair enough, President Obama has a gift too. But his does not involve communicating anything of substance. Obama’s speeches hypnotize people so that they ignore his basic emptiness.

After years of carnage, President Obama has allowed himself to get dragged, kicking and screaming into the Syrian Civil War. Bill Clinton said he should do it, so rather than look like he's caving in to public opinion he would rather look like he is bowing to the will of Bill Clinton. It's called leading from behind.

The debate on Obama’s new policy has been appropriately serious.

Most Americans don’t understand why we are getting involved in Syria because most Americans cannot tell the good guys from the bad guys. Or better,they don't think that there are any good guys. Iranian proxies and Hezbollah are fighting against Sunni terrorists and al Qaeda operatives. Don't you want them both to lose?

One would be forgiven for thinking that American self-interest is well served by their mutually assured self-destruction.

The Obama administration has chosen to provide small arms to the rebels. Thinking people find it risible that the “Fast-and-Furious” crowd has not gotten over its yen to arm criminals.

An administration that did not understand the influence that al Qaeda exercised in Benghazi does not seem to understand that arming the rebels means arming al Qaeda.

Andrew Sullivan argued cogently against the new policy:

You can forgive a president once – even though his misguided, counter-productive and destabilizing war in Libya was almost as nuts as this latest foray. But by deciding to arm the Sunni radicals fighting the Shiites in Syria and Lebanon, the president has caved to the usual establishment subjects who still want to run or control the entire world. I don’t buy the small arms qualifier. You know that’s the foot in the door to dragging the United States into the middle of a civil war we do not understand and cannot control. If it has any effect, it will be to draw out the conflict still longer and kill more people. More staggeringly, he is planning to put arms into the hands of forces that are increasingly indistinguishable from hardcore Jihadists and al Qaeda – another brutal betrayal of this country’s interests, and his core campaign promise not to start dumb wars. Yep: he is intending to provide arms to elements close to al Qaeda. This isn’t just unwise; it’s close to insane.

And then, yesterday, at the Freedom and Faith Coalition Conference,Sarah Palin summed it all up in her typically effective high-concept way:

Militarily, where is our commander in chief? We're talking now more new interventions. I say until we know what we're doing, until we have a commander and chief who knows what he's doing, well, let these radical Islamic countries who aren't even respecting basic human rights, where both sides are slaughtering each other as they scream over an arbitrary red line, 'Allah Akbar,' I say until we have someone who knows what they're doing, I say let Allah sort it out.

Right or wrong, no one has said it better.

Like it or not, we do not have a commander in chief who knows what he’s doing. We do not have a foreign policy team that knows what it’s doing either.

Under the Obama foreign policy the Middle East has imploded. The region has become a rolling catastrophe… political chaos, war, terrorism, famine. You name it, the nations of that region have it."

Read the balance at the link above


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Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Gov. Palin Writes: "Obama Delusional, Contradictory in UN Speech"


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Our president was delusional and contradictory when he declared in his speech before the U.N. General Assembly, "The world is more stable than it was five years ago” (exactly when he swooped into office to calm the rising tides). But then in the next breath he listed examples of how it's not more stable. All he needed to do was ask the Christians of the Middle East who are being targeted everywhere we look by Islamic extremists on their deadly march. This same president has declared that "Al Qaeda is on the run." Yes, they apparently ran to places like Egypt, Libya, Kenya, Syria, and perhaps here next for all we know. It's not like they haven't attacked our homeland before. Good Lord, "delusional" is a generous term. The world right now is a tinderbox, hardly stable.

Instead of calling out the President's deceptive comments, his reliable lapdogs in the media turn their attention and ire on Ted Cruz for daring to stand up for the American people. Maybe if Ted had worn pretty pink running shoes he'd have gotten more respect from the same leftwing media that gushed over the Texan state senator who filibustered in the Texas legislature for the right to late term abortions of babies (a position at odds with the sentiment of the majority of Texans and Americans).

See the link below for more on Obama's U.N. speech delusions and contradictions. It’s truly unbelievable.

- Sarah Palin

Here’s the link:
http://blog.heritage.org/2013/09/24/obama-at-united-nations-the-world-is-safer-or-it-isnt/
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Gov.Palin Tweets Photo Of Her And Trig Watching Senator Cruz's Heroic Speech

Governor Palin can be rightly proud watching the man she was instrumental in making a senator stand up for his principles and principled conservatism



Ted & Mike are going strong for over 10hrs now. We can hear you all the way in Wasilla. DC better be listening! #MakeDCListen
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Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Gov. Sarah Palin on "Hannity" 9-24-2013 After Cavuto Earlier

Gov.Palin on fire on Hannity-"1600 Bible pages 28,000 Obamacare pages" decent 10 minute time block


Video: Gov. Sarah Palin On ‘Your World with Neil Cavuto’ 9-24-2013 "We Have A Third Party Now"


Fiery hard hitting take no prisoners comments by Governor Palin. Uniquivocal support of Senator Ted Cruz in his fillibuster of Obamacare, the anonymous sources who attack Cruz and the GOP Establishment who don't support those who stand on conservative principles.

She left the door open for a 2016 run and advised that effectively there is a "third party" liberal democrat's/GOP establishment/the good guys.


Monday, September 23, 2013

Hispanic Journalists Take On "Palin’s frustration with Rubio’s monumental mistake legitimizing ‘Gang of Ocho’ amnesty"

A very interesting take on the Palin/Cruz/Lee triumvirate's attempt to defund Obama care from an Hispanic journalist, JAVIER MANJARRES at Florida's "The Shark Tank" (Link below).

There are all sorts of undercurrents with this post-the GOP's appeal to Hispanic voters, particularly Cubans in this vital Electoral College state. With Governor Palin supporting Senator Cruz and not Senator Marco Rubio there would appear to be little if any damage done to the GOP's prospects as both are, of course, of Cuban descent so no attack can be mounted on the conservatives on that score.

Another point is that although, as the writer sets out Senator Rubio appears to be trying to recover lost ground with conservatives over his support for the "gang of ocho's" amnesty bill attempt by supporting the defundign exercise it appears to have had little traction. Most certainly with Governor Palin whom the writer points out seems to have gone out of her way not to mention or credit Rubio for the defunding stance.

Can Senator Rubio ever recover from what Manjarres clearly identifies as a major problem for him? I doubt it.

"Palin’s frustration with Rubio’s monumental mistake of  liberal Democratic Senators Chuck Schumer and Dick Durbin, when he backed their ‘Gang of Ocho’ amnesty for illegal immigrants play, is understandable"


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Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin is still peeved at Senator Marco Rubio over his embrace of what she calls “amnesty” for illegal immigrants. Rubio’s immigration reform ‘turnover,’ or political fumble, has left a very bad taste in the mouths of countless conservatives like Palin, who have been big proponents of legal immigration reform, but unlike Rubio, still hold that position.

Palin is hailing Texas Senator Ted Cruz for leading the way on defunding Obamacare, and not Marco Rubio, who could be seen as the ‘Patron’ of the defund effort.
Palin, who endorsed Ted Cruz’s 2012 Senate campaign, also made the effort and offered to endorsed Rubio in his historic 2010 Senatorial campaign, but was brushed off by Rubio’s campaign because they thought she was ‘too controversial’ and conservative, leading some to conclude that there could be a little bad blood between the two.
Along with other prominent conservative pundits, Palin has called out Rubio as a flip-flopper, and has said that he and others should be held accountable, and have to face a primary challenge when they come up for re-election.
I think that they should be challenged. I don’t have a problem with a heated debate and contested primaries where they have to answer to constituents regarding their flip-flopping on such a fundamental position as amnesty for illegal immigrants-Sarah Palin
Palin’s distaste for Rubio’s new immigration reform position was put on full display in a recent op-ed she penned for Breitbart News.

In her piece, Palin sounds the political trumpets of praise for Senator’s Ted Cruz and Mike Lee for holding the line on defunding Obamacare. Palin said that “Senator Ted Cruz and his liberty-loving posse on Capitol Hill who have led the charge to defund Obama’s train wreck,” but failed to mention Rubio, who is part of this Cruz “posse” along with Senator Rand Paul, and had taken the lead on the defund effort early on.
Those of us who hang in there supporting a major political party with our energy, time, and contributions would like to believe that that party would praise principled conservatives like Ted Cruz and Mike Lee for following through on campaign promises.-Sarah Palin
We’d like to believe that the GOP establishment would applaud the way these bold leaders have rallied the grassroots to their cause. But, no, such praise would require a commensurate level of guts and leadership, and the permanent political class in D.C. is nothing if not gutless and rudderless.-SP
Palin mentions Cruz and Lee by name, saying that they have “followed through on campaign promises,” which is an obvious slight against Rubio, who has been all but crucified for moving away from his hawkish pro-legal immigration position he held while he was running for the U.S. Senate in 2010.
In addition, Palin states that if the Senate doesn’t back Cruz in defunding Obamacare (not going to happen), than it is because there “weren’t enough principled leaders” who stood him.

But even as Rubio, Lee and Cruz stood together with grassroots activists back in August to announce their unified effort to defund Obamacare, Palin went on to say that, Americans will need to “thank God that principled leaders like Ted Cruz and Mike Lee took a stand to stop it (Obamacare) in its tracks,” once the law takes full affect, and its true economic carnage brought on by the is realized.
If the Senate doesn’t get behind Ted Cruz’s efforts to defund Obamacare, it won’t be because of any failure on Ted’s part. It’ll be because there weren’t enough principled leaders to stand with him, and that would be a tragic loss, not for Ted, but for America.
Right now, Ted Cruz is speaking for us in this Obamacare fight. God bless him for it.-SP
Palin’s frustration with Rubio’s monumental mistake of legitimizing liberal Democratic Senators Chuck Schumer and Dick Durbin, when he backed their ‘Gang of Ocho’ amnesty for illegal immigrants play, is understandable, but Rubio should be afforded a little credit for standing with his fellow conservative amigos, Cruz and Lee, in spearheading the push to defund Obamacare.
Right?
- See more at: http://shark-tank.net/2013/09/22/sarah-palin-credits-cruz-on-defunding-obamacare-shuns-marco-rubio/#sthash.G06UlcEA.dpuf

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Sunday, September 22, 2013

(VIDEO): Governor Palin’s Interview With Shannon Bream

Governor Palin’s Interview With Shannon Bream (VIDEO)





Thanks to the fast work from our friends over at SarahNET, video of Governor Palin’s terrific interview is available:

Saturday, September 21, 2013

Commentary on Gov. Palin's Article At Breitbart;"We love Gov. Palin here, and this is exactly why."

From "Best Of Cain"
It's also up at Twitchy and Drudge
Dang, I'm jealous that Breitbart got her to write this and we didn'tNext time!
We love Gov. Palin here, and this is exactly why. As Washington GOP insiders cower in fear over the efforts of people like Ted Cruz, Mike Lee and Rand Paul - who actually want to fight this boondoggle - Palin lays out the real truth. For Republicans who insist the defunding of ObamaCare is unachievable, Palin exposes exactly why they think that: They expect to get beaten up by the media, and they're afraid of that. If the House majority holds together and refuses to fund any particular thing, no money can be spent on it. That's just a basic fact. If 218 House members refuse to fund ObamaCare, then funding ObamaCare is unachievable, no matter how much Obama, the Democrats and the media shriek about it.
The problem is that Beltway Republicans and their political consultants are terrified of the shrieking.
It wouldn't be fair to Breitbart to excerpt too much of Palin's piece, but here's a particularly choice passage:
But the permanent political class is handwringing and howling that if there’s a government shutdown the media will blame Republicans for it. Here’s a little newsflash, GOP establishment: Whenever anything bad happens, the media blames Republicans for it. That’s not an excuse to roll over and play dead. It’s a call to follow the advice I give my daughters: Woman up, stand your ground, and fight like a girl!
I want no pity. I need no empathy. But use me as a barometer. Over the years, the leftwing media has falsely and irrationally accused me of everything from faking a pregnancy to abetting murder. They lie. Deal with it.
Republicans in Congress support funding the government. If the Democrats block these funding measures, a government shutdown is on them. In the meantime, stop the ridiculous hysterics. Heck, about the most significant thing that happened during the last government shutdown was Clinton hooked up with Monica.
Oh yeah. Oh yeah.
Read Dan Calabrese full comment LINK
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Quarter million views "Palin4President" site! That's just for my little part-time blog.

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Many sincere thanks to all the people who supported Governor Palin and who come to this site for my furthering her views and my analysis of events pertaining to them.

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Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin today posted this Status Update on Facebook:

Friday, September 20, 2013

In Major Statement On Guns And Society Governor Palin, Rightly, Finds It A Moral Issue

"A decent and moral society is guided by voluntary self-restraint. The less moral we are, the more legalistic we become. But more laws can’t protect a civilization that has lost its way. At most, they’re just tiny speed bumps for a runaway truck.
The solutions we seek won’t be found in the halls of Congress or state legislatures. Might I humbly suggest that we step back from the TV, take a breath, hug our kids, reach out to friends and neighbors, and say a prayer."

So states Governor Sarah Palin in a major editorial posted today at National Review "As Freedom Destroys Itself 
Laws can’t protect a society that has lost its way. " 
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After reviewing the events surrounding the recent shooting tragedy at the Washington Naval Yard and the history of guns in the American tradition Governor Palin considers where America is in relation to gun laws and where it should, and must be in relation to
the real solution to criminal violence involving guns.

After condemning the politicians (and media by inference) who take advantage of outbreaks of gun violence (which are more mental health issues than specifically gun related issues) to try and impose restrictions on law abiding gun owners, Palin gets right to the heart of the matter.

She identifies the basic problem as one of the decline of moral standards in a society "that has lost its way".That applies not only to guns, mental health matters, but also abortion, crime in general, political corruption and cowardice. As one who has identified the problem and provided a solution surely Governor Palin is the one to implement these solutions through leadership, moral example and the highest office in the land.





Thursday, September 19, 2013

"Hot Air" Reports Rubio's Poll Collapse Bush's Rise But Doesn't Get It;Palin-Bush 2016

AllahPundit at Hot Air  LINK has this headline up; "


New Hampshire poll: Rubio drops from 25% of GOP primary voters in April to … 7% now"


In respect of this poll result;




And they ask this question;"Do righties suspicious of Paul hate Christie so much that they’d consider Bush as a possible compromise candidate? I’m skeptical, but there’s a lot of Christie-hate out there."

Rubio is at this point, and rightly, done as a contender for 2016-amnesty was a bridge too far for rank and file conservatives in this post Establishment phase. Rand Paul is currently on the rise, and Christie is where one would expect him to be in New Hampshire polling and where he has been consistently in other polls for some time.

Jeb Bush has risen from 7% to 14% without any overt campaigning or substantial hint that he is running in 2016. His rise is considered by commentators to be partly because of Rubio's decline (Rubio's support having come from the center) and partly from centrists who can't support Paul ideologically and Christie because of his personality. The comment about "suspicious  of Paul" is what is the most important.

I, like many conservatives, applaud and admire Senator Paul for his activism and conservative stance on many issues. Governor Palin advised "I am on team Paul" in respect of his contretemps with Governor Christie for which support Senator Paul stated "what is there not to like about a Palin endorsement"? Clearly Rand Paul is on the side of the angels.

And long may he be so in the senate or whatever office he wishes to hold but as the 2016 presidential nominee-that is a different matter entirely. The Republicans must win in 2016 and preferably with a genuine social conservative as the nominee. 

Certainly Senator Paul is a sincere social conservative but for him to win the presidential election against the Obama/Clinton/Media machine would be too challenging. As an Hot Air commentator pointed out Paul would be the subject of a merciless attack campaign, which, in aid of Hillary, would be unprecedented in its ferocity. Satire, slander, attacks on his father Ron Paul's views and the setting out of Ron and Ran as "kooks and extremists is a given. 

How Paul would stand up to this baptism of fire is an unknown quantity and is not something the GOP needs to find out in the negative if that turned out to be the case.

2016 is the election of a lifetime. It will determine, through the selection of supreme court judges, gun laws, and social legislation including same sex marriage as a universal and partial birth abortions the norm It will decide whether the liberal revolution is cast in stone or a conservative renaissance can commence.

The 2016 ticket must unite the party 100% behind the team. An Establishment figure like Dole/McCain/Romney i.e. Christie or Bush for example as the presidential nominee is a recipe for another electoral college disaster. Conservatives will not hold their collective noses once again. 

For the Establishment/centrist wing to support a true conservative one of their own should be on the ticket. This is the "historic compromise" I wrote about previously. It is time for all factions to put aside their self-interest and differences and be in a "big tent" going forwards.

It would bring me no joy whatsoever to vote for Governor Christie as vice-president, but I would do it, and I would also vote for Governor Bush as VP (with a degree of enthusiasm especially as I would be confident he would bring in some Hispanic support) but I will not vote for Christie as the presidential nominee and for Bush only if Governor Palin chose to be the VP candidate or endorsed him from a convention she addressed.

The ball is very much in the Establishment's court as to whether or not the GOP wins in 2016. If they accept that it is time for a genuine conservative to head the ticket and support her or him and one of their own as VP wholeheartedly then even if Hillary is the Dem's nominee the GOP can, should and must win.

I advised that Ronald Reagan saw this compromise concept in his choices of Schweiker and Bush and commend his thoughts and actions to my conservative friends.

I also explored the necessity for Jeb Bush to be on the ticket (with either Senator Cruz or Paul if Palin chooses not to run) in this American Prospect article LINK for which I was roundly castigated by those on the right who can't see the need to compromise to win. President Goldwater and VP Miller should be a caution for them.

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