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Sarah Palin To Obama: Where’s the Oil in Our National Energy Policy?

Sunday, January 24, 2010 1 Response
America’s energy challenges are getting more and more serious every day, and yet the Obama administration just doesn’t get it. Please see this informative article that sheds light on one aspect of the president’s problem. It starts by explaining our energy demand will increase, and oil will be part of that demand.

Well, what do you know? The Obama administration, whose entire energy posture going back into the presidential campaign has been both ideologically and practically stridently anti-oil, both as an industry and as a form of energy, has suddenly become “concerned” about China’s oil grab.

This is, to say the least, disingenuous.

The U.S. government under Barack Obama has yet to acknowledge once, in spite of widely held estimates, that oil will continue to account for 40% of world energy demand 25 years from now — this while total world energy demand will increase by 50%, at least.

Read the rest here. I look forward to hopefully hearing President Obama acknowledge America’s need to ramp up domestic energy production, including oil and natural gas developments, during Wednesday’s State of the Union address. Let’s hope his advisers advise him accordingly.

- Sarah Palin


Only Fools Doubt Sarah Palin & Her Loyalty To John McCain

Sunday, January 24, 2010 4 Responses
Thank God for Sarah Palin.  She is without a doubt the leader of the growing conservative movement.  It certainly is not Pawlenty, Huckabee, Romney or Newt.  Although I would support whomever gets the GOP nomination, we should primarily back the candidate that has both superior executive experience (running a government) and the ability to excite & rally a large number of supporters.
If you agree or not Sarah Palin is the top of the list.  Of those with actual governing experience, Romney, Huckabee, Palin, Giuliani, Perry and Pawlenty, only one that can easily fill a stadium.  Romeny certainly has great business experience but his time as MA governor is not impressive.  Giuliani, Perry and Pawlenty have all done a great job for their states but cannot excite & rallying large numbers like Sarah Palin.

The new kid on the block, Scott Brown, has some excitement behind him but legislative experience is simply not executive experience.   We see this with Newt, McCain, Hillary, and of course Obama & Biden.  None of them have run a government and are not or should not be qualified to be President.  The job is to important to even take a small chance like we did with the disaster Obama/Biden.  Millions of morons voted based on emotion & skin color and not on a strong or correct resume.

All candidates should be required to pass a litmus test which means being fiscally conservative and actual executive experience (running a government), along with meeting all the Constitutional requirements: NO EXCEPTIONS!!             

Despite what the opposition whats us to believe Sarah Palin does have more than a decade of experience as mayor of a town, manager of the AK oil & gas commission, running the Alaskan government and starting/owning 2 small business.  Together with a massive following their is no other candidate.   

I am also pleased to see Sarah Palin sticking to her word and, above all, demonstrating her strong sense of loyalty by backing John McCain.  Like it or not John McCain is, if not directly, indirectly responsible for the resurgence of the conservative or Tea Party movement. The main factors behind the Conservative movement are Obama & his polices, Sarah Palin & her amazingly influential voice and the lefts control of the media & Congress.  Without John McCain’s VP choice of Sarah Palin and Obama’s assault on America & our Constitution we would not be winning our country back.

The resurgence of conservative ideals and the cleansing of the GOP of weak, damaging and wishy-washy RINOs is in-part because of the biggest RINO of them all John McCain.  

We are blessed to have Governor Sarah Palin, a principled women of strong character and loyalty, fighting for us.  

Sarah Palin Explained her support of John McCain in this interview: In Sarah's own words on McCain's conservatism:

On media attacks: “I'm able to set it aside and I do have thick skin and always have. It's not that difficult for me to keep things in the right perspective. Americans are taking real shots out there. Not political words that sting for a minute.”

Says biggest lesson she's learned is you “can't pick a fight with those who buy ink by the barrel full. They are going to say what they want to say, spin it how they want to spin it. This is where my faith becomes even more important to me. I have to have faith that our words, our message will get there to the American people minus the filter of the mainstream media.” Says voters need to be able to contrast the two tickets on policy, strong family values.

On McCain's conservatism: Says she thinks McCain is on board with the Republican platform “from the bottom of my heart. I'm such a strong believer that McCain believes in those planks.” Says they do discuss the details of policy in their private conversations, he doesn't want a VP who will check their opinions at the door. “Americans know that John McCain is solidly there on the solid planks of our platform that will build the right America.”

On polling showing an uphill race: Says she's not discouraged at all. “I have found myself over and over again in my life being putting in these underdog situations” and it always worked out fine. “It motivates us, makes us work that much harder, strengthens my faith.” Says the election is in “God's hands” and she knows the right thing will happen November 4.

Also talks about Trig, abortion, Joe the Plumber, etc.

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