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Sarah Palin: As Watergate Taught Us, We Reject Illegally Breaking Into Candidates’ Communications

Friday, April 30, 2010 1 Response
My family and I are thankful that the jury thoroughly and carefully weighed the evidence and issued a just verdict. Besides the obvious invasion of privacy and security concerns surrounding this issue, many of us are concerned about the integrity of our country’s political elections. America’s elections depend upon fair competition. Violating the law, or simply invading someone’s privacy for political gain, has long been repugnant to Americans’ sense of fair play. As Watergate taught us, we rightfully reject illegally breaking into candidates’ private communications for political intrigue in an attempt to derail an election.

I want to thank the public servants who worked so hard on this case, particularly the jurors who gave up precious time from their jobs and families to listen to the evidence and reach a decision.
My family and I appreciate the good people of Knoxville, Tennessee, who showed us true Southern hospitality. We can’t wait to visit again – but without having a subpoena in hand.
- Sarah Palin

A Tennessee jury convicted the man who hacked into Sarah Palin's e-mail account during the 2008 campaign on two of four charges, according to Fox News.
The jury in Knoxville found David Kernall guilty of computer fraud and obstruction of justice, but judged him not guilty of the wire fraud charge and deadlocked on an identity theft charge.
Kernall, a 22-year-old former University of Tennessee student, faced as much as 50 years if he had been convicted of all charges. He broke into the former Alaska governor’s e-mail while she was on the campaign trail as the Republican vice presidential candidate.
Palin and family members testified during the trial about how the e-mail frightened them and wreaked havoc on their lives.


Politics Daily GOP Contenders: Reagan Conservative Sarah Palin Vs RINO Romney

Friday, April 30, 2010 0 Responses
The race to win the GOP presidential nomination – is gearing up. It, too, has a large field, but this race is a marathon that takes four years to complete. Now, the time has come to begin handicapping the 2012 primary race.
This list represents a snapshot of a moment in time, with fluid odds and a constantly changing field. Keep in mind that if this list were compiled a year ago, Mark Sanford's name would have been included – and possibly John Ensign as well. But that's horse-racing. Just ask the owners of Eskendereya, the consensus favorite to win the Kentucky Derby, who was pulled out of the race a few days ago.
This is according to the Obama dolts at The Associated Press: 
1. Mitt Romney, 3-1 -- (true odds 7-2) Smart horseplayers bet with their heads, not their hearts. It has been said that Democrats fall in love, but Republicans fall in line. As such, the smart money is to back this horse, and that means the likely nominee will be Mitt Romney. Romney's obvious shortcoming is that the health care plan he shepherded through the legislature in Massachusetts, dubbed "Romneycare," is nearly identical to Obamacare. Romney finished in the money last time. This time, he's the candidate to beat.  This is naturally the Democrat and medias attempt to choose the GOP candidate via continued attacks on Sarah Palin while promoting RINO Romney.  
2. Sarah Palin, 7-2 (true odds 2-1) The lone filly in the race, Palin is disdained by the mint julep Republicans, but in today's GOP, there may be more votes among the infield crowd, with its beer chests and lawn chairs, than in the clubhouse luxury boxes – especially in the primaries. This horse has a natural gait and heart, but she's headstrong and difficult to guide – a tough customer for any trainer.  The reality is Sarah Palin has a massive and enthusiastic following.  She is the only candidate with the ability to draw huge crowds and raise funds like no the GOP, including Romney the RINO.  For example her endorsements of Tom Emmer for Minnesota Governor, Rand Paul and Tim Burns of Pennsylvania all brought in hundreds of thousands hours after her announcement.
3.  Tim Pawlenty, 6-1
4.  Mike Huckabee, 8-1
5.  John Thune, 10-1
6.  Mitch Daniels, 12-1
7.  Newt Gingrich, 15-1
8.  Haley Barbour, 20-1
Marco Rubio
Rick Perry
Rick Santorum
David Petraeus
Rep. Mike Pence
Scott Brown
Bobby Jindal
Ron Paul
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(NBC & Fox News) Governors Sarah Palin & Rick Perry In Austin, TX

Friday, April 30, 2010 0 Responses

Governor Sarah Palin: 
"the most pro-abortion president to ever occupy the White House."
"so many prolife pro-family legislators"  "my friend Rick Perry."
"There are so many things to admire about your governor"

Governor Rick Perry:
"America is in the business of exporting abortion. I'm not happy about that,"
"Too bad we can't protect them from the federal government," he said.
Governor Rick Perry 
Introduced Sarah Palin: "She often reminds me that size really does matter" 
He soon indicated he was talking about state size and Palin reinforced that idea.
Governor Sarah Palin
"It's really good to be back in Alaska's little sister state." 
Palin also Perry's recent coyote killing "really impressed."
12 Protestors were outside the Austin Convention Center 
The signs:
"I got 99 problems and Sarah Palin is all of them"
"1 million Iraqis dead. Pro life?"
"Would you let the government choose your religion? Your clothes?"



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