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Thursday, September 29, 2011 0 Responses
Sarah Palin: In or Out in 2012?
Sep 29, 2011 - 8:19 -
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin on Herman Cain, Juan Williams, and what it will take to bring her in by the end of the month

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Gov Palin: Obama’s Hypocritical Lecture Poking Our Allies In The Eye Again

Wednesday, September 28, 2011 0 Responses
On Monday, during a fundraiser in California, President Obama declared that Europe’s debt problems and their inability to solve them was “scaring the world.” He went on to explain that Europeans “have not fully healed from the crisis back in 2007 and never fully dealt with the challenges that their banking system faced” and that “they’re trying to take responsible actions, but those actions haven’t been quite as quick as they need to be.”

This of course is coming from a President who has done nothing to deal with our own country’s enormous debt crisis and who is in fact eager to incur even more debt with another useless stimulus bill (now called a “jobs bill” though the last stimulus failed to produce the jobs it promised, which is perhaps why Harry Reid doesn’t seem too eager to bring this new bill to a vote despite the President’s demands to “pass this bill”). Yes, Europe has serious debt problems, but for President Obama to be lecturing our allies about not being “quite as quick” in dealing with a debt crisis is downright hypocritical.


When his all-too-common finger-pointing is directed at Republicans, President Obama’s search for a scapegoat is swallowed as merely the typical Beltway politics of our permanent political class. But pointing fingers at our allies when they are working to get their own financial house in order is counterproductive and can have a serious negative affect on our ability to lead the free world.

One German newspaper denounced the President’s comments as “overbearing, arrogant, and absurd.” Another wrote: “The gloomy state of the economy is putting a damper on Obama’s future prospects. The optimism of the past is gone, replaced by a cheap search for a scapegoat.” And still another wrote: “That’s not how friends talk to each other. That applies particularly to friends who have themselves failed to get a handle on their own, self-made crisis.”

Can we blame them for feeling this way? Keep in mind this was a President who was supposed to make the rest of the world “like” us again.

It’s about time the President showed some leadership and took responsibility rather than campaigning on blaming everyone else for the financial mess his policies have exacerbated.

Between President Obama’s hypocritical lecture poking our allies in the eye again and one Democrat governor’s call to postpone lawfully mandated elections for two years, I suppose nothing should surprise concerned Americans anymore. But that doesn’t mean we have to accept these misguided memes. 2012 can’t come soon enough. 

- Sarah Palin

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(Video) Palin w/ Geta: 1st Time Not Introduced As "Fox News Contributor" & Tagline Did Not Say It! CAMPAIGN BEGINS?

Wednesday, September 28, 2011 0 Responses
'Maverick' Palin vs. 'Quasi Reality' Show
Sep 27, 2011 - 16:41 - 
Former Alaska governor takes on the media's coverage of GOP candidates, Chris Christie buzz, Herman Cain's success and her own aspirations for 2012

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(Translation) Gov Palin To Keynote World Knowledge Forum, South Korea ‘Global Economic Crisis’

Sunday, September 25, 2011 0 Responses
American female leader, representing the conservative camp, & Republican U.S. vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin to attend the World Knowledge Forum (www.wkforum.org) and visit South Korea for the 1st time. Republican VP candidate in 2008 presidential election was appointed to the conservative grassroots movement in the United States, she leads the 'Tea Party' movement and has given rise to new life to American politics. America has fallen into a new crisis and she will discuss ho the U.S. is expected to lead & presently lacks leadership. This  is the 12-year anniversary of the 2011 World Knowledge Forum and this year the topic is `New Economy crisis (The New Crisis)` 
A global leader in the world with over 250 people in 40 countries after the crisis in the global competitive environment has changed completely to win acumen and insight to offer.
Gordon Brown, former British Prime Minister, Minister of Trade kareol deuhwiheuteu EU heads of state, as well as former and incumbent Michael Saendel of Harvard University, Yale professor Amy Chua (Tiger Mom Author), Strobe Talbot, such as the Brookings Institute scholars emerged. The chairman of Toshiba Ahsseutosi Nishida, Tom Alba needs of industry magnates, such as Rio Tinto chairman to the chongchuldong.
◇ Date and Location = October 11 to 13 Sheraton Walker Hill Hotel
◇  Registration  = Online registration only (www.wkforum.org)
◇ Organizer daily economic newspaper MBN
◇ "Lack of political leadership, called the global economic crisis"
◇  presidential candidate Sarah Palin keynote World Knowledge Forum
The next generation of political leaders and solutions to the global crisis.
The crisis is deja-vu. The recent world economic crisis of 1937 looks very much like todays crisis. In 1937 FDR began "The New Deal" in an attempt to recover from 'The Great Depression'. 
But the effective of 'The New Deal' policies and high fiscal deficits with loose money policy prolonged the economic crisis. After this action the global economy fell in "The Great Depression". After the recent global economic crisis, and austerity policies of the United States high budget deficit can be blamed. The global economy will most likely go into long-term downturn. 
But the bigger problem of global leadership in the United States is represented by Obama. Since 2008, which had seemed to survive again in an instant, the world economy because the U.S. had inept leadership is shaky at best. Barack Obama's "America one of the safest countries in the world," remark had the opposite effect on the global markets. 
Recently the Financial Times (FT) said: "weal global financial markets because of insecurity in the United States is a major dilemma."
For the U.S. economy to emerge from recession a stimulus is needed, but the elimination excessive deficit should be the main focus.
The 'Stimulus' and a third 'quantitative easing' is intended to enhance the financial soundness of 'austerity policies' but no matter what choices to resolve the situation is not easy. 
Tightening monetary policies in the United States and in the global economy is a high priority but resistance is strong. Add the  energy crisis and high deficits risk the United States and globe falling into a deeper economic quagmire. 
Global Leadership needed to diagnose the global crisis at The World Knowledge Forum in a special event a month ahead of the opening theme 'The New Crisis'  because of the US credit downgrade. The downgrade of the credit rating of the United States and the eurozone crisis is due to economic uncertainty and will be the main topic at The Forum. 
World Knowledge Forum will explore the causes of the global economic crisis, lack of global leadership, the United States since the 2008 election. 
One thing to which most nunyeogyeobwaya Sarah Palin is to attend the World Knowledge Forum. Sarah Palin the next U.S. presidential election, Republican presidential candidate, was one of the prime. Is regarded as America's next generation of leaders Sarah Palin as a hegemonic state in the U.S. and global leadership in space, I can tell you the best of the alternatives yeonsada. Yet that is not running for president to declare a state, but a recent TV appearance on "Late August or September until early presidential election to decide whether or not," he thought to tell you that running for president said. Palin in the 2008 election running for the Republican vice presidential candidate has to. 
An assessment of Palin shows a the solid tend in increased popularity. Provoking controversy for her words and deeds with growing from voters to support. She currently has the highest favorability rating of 85%  of Republican candidates but has not officially declared. 
Palin is a good representation to counter the so-called 'elites'.  An Indian economist at the University of Chicago Professor Rajan Raguram, at conference in Singapore, discussed 'The Elitist' and Sarah Palinisation of the word. Sarah Palin's message about how the the government and Wall Street have failed the American public. Our leaders are not trusted and we must instead must look to ordinary people, like Palin, has become a phenomenon. According to his words, Palin's popularity is simply about common sense. She does not represent the elites which have vested interests in the economy separate from most Americans.  Palin's strength of being ordinary, according to Professor Rajan, includes her daughter, at 18, becaming a mom, eldest son in Iraq and youngest son having Down syndrome: She Is An Ordinary American. And it is the power that made her a viable presidential candidate with lots of support. 
She's a candidate for the next president election and is scheduled to open the ceremony as keynote speaker.  Speaking about the fall of U.S. hegemony in 'global leadership' and to overcome the absence of the role of the United States. 
In the future, as a consequence of the United States lack of leadership in this crisis and future policies for the U.S. financial crisis will be discussed. The forum during the World Knowledge Forum in Korea will also discuss the presidential candidates, their plans to meet with influential South Korean politicians  and  the opportunity to avoid a global economic crisis.
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Palin On Obama The Corrupt: O Pressured AF General To Change Testimony On Link To Major Dem Donor

Friday, September 16, 2011 0 Responses
UPDATE: Yet another shoe drops in the ongoing crony capitalism problems now engulfing the Obama administration. Yesterday, we learned that the the Obama White House allegedly pressured a four-star Air Force general to change his testimony about a company linked to a major Democrat donor.

In my recent speech in Iowa, some eyebrows were raised when I took on our government’s enormous economic problems caused by crony capitalism. As if on cue, just days later President Obama selected someone who exemplifies a major crony capitalism problem to sit next to the First Lady when he delivered his “jobs plan” speech before Congress. He selected General Electric CEO Jeffrey Immelt as his honored guest.

Having grown up with great respect for GE thanks to stories my grandfather shared with us about his days working for the company and even meeting GE spokesman-at-the-time Ronald Reagan during a company event, I am saddened at GE’s leadership evolution. This corporation is now the poster child of corporate welfare and crony capitalism.

This icon of American industry is a company full of good employees who make some good products (and is the parent company of a huge media outlet), but GE is also a large American corporation that pays virtually no corporate income taxes despite earning worldwide profits of $14.2 billion last year, $5.1 billion of it in the United States. In fact, they claimed a tax benefit of $3.2 billion, meaning they received more of our hard earned tax dollars than they contributed. How is that possible? It’s because not only do they shelter their money from taxes, but they also get many tax credits, loans, government grants, and other benefits from the federal government that our smaller businesses couldn’t even imagine being able to profit from.

Joining GE in the pantheon of crony capitalism is another Obama favorite that has been in the news of late: Solyndra. The President hailed this “green energy” company in a speech last May as “the true engine of economic growth.” When he announced the $535 million guarantee to Solyndra, Vice President Biden said that investments like this are “exactly what the Recovery Act is all about.” (Dear God…If the failed Solyndra venture has been what it’s “all about,” then that explains a lot.) As I pointed out in my speech at the Reagan Ranch Center last February: “History has proven again and again, when government picks the winners and losers, we’re stuck with the losers, and we the taxpayers subsidize failure!” And that’s what we’re seeing now, as the FBI raids the solar energy company’s headquarters to glean more information after the company was handed half a billion dollars in “green energy” Stimulus funds from the American taxpayer only to later declare bankruptcy. More than one thousand Solyndra workers lost their jobs. Now as the truth comes out, we discover that the White House was heavily involved in the Department of Energy’s rushed decision to give the Stimulus funds to Solyndra, and they tried to move the money through so quickly they seem to have ignored concerns that the company was not viable. Why would they do this? Perhaps it’s because a large investor in the company (about 35%) is Obama campaign bundler George Kaiser. And with the way the deal is structured, Kaiser will get his debts paid before we the taxpayers see any relief. That is sickening. And that’s how it works: workers lose their jobs, wealthy political cronies stand a good chance of getting their money back, and the U.S. taxpayer gets the shaft. Again.

President Obama has his sights set on raising $1 billion for his reelection campaign. Raising that money won’t be easy. But if you can hand out other people’s money to friends, it must get a whole lot easier. This crony capitalism and government waste is at the heart of our economic problems. It will destroy us if we don’t root it out. It’s not just a Democrat problem or a Republican problem. It’s a problem of our permanent political class. This won’t stop until “we the people” say enough is enough, and we retire the permanent political class that votes for this.

- Sarah Palin

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Palin Smacks Obama: Crony Capitalism on Steroids from GE to Solyndra

Thursday, September 15, 2011 0 Responses
In my recent speech in Iowa, some eyebrows were raised when I took on our government’s enormous economic problems caused by crony capitalism. As if on cue, just days later President Obama selected someone who exemplifies a major crony capitalism problem to sit next to the First Lady when he delivered his “jobs plan” speech before Congress. He selected General Electric CEO Jeffrey Immelt as his honored guest.

Having grown up with great respect for GE thanks to stories my grandfather shared with us about his days working for the company and even meeting GE spokesman-at-the-time Ronald Reagan during a company event, I am saddened at GE’s leadership evolution. This corporation is now the poster child of corporate welfare and crony capitalism.

This icon of American industry is a company full of good employees who make some good products (and is the parent company of a huge media outlet), but GE is also a large American corporation that pays virtually no corporate income taxes despite earning worldwide profits of $14.2 billion last year, $5.1 billion of it in the United States. In fact, they claimed a tax benefit of $3.2 billion, meaning they received more of our hard earned tax dollars than they contributed. How is that possible? It’s because not only do they shelter their money from taxes, but they also get many tax credits, loans, government grants, and other benefits from the federal government that our smaller businesses couldn’t even imagine being able to profit from.

Joining GE in the pantheon on crony capitalism is another Obama favorite that has been in the news of late: Solyndra. The President hailed this “green energy” company in a speech last May as “the true engine of economic growth.” When he announced the $535 million guarantee to Solyndra, Vice President Biden said that investments like this are “exactly what the Recovery Act is all about.” (Dear God…If the failed Solyndra venture has been what it’s “all about,” then that explains a lot.) As I pointed out in my speech at the Reagan Ranch Center last February: “History has proven again and again, when government picks the winners and losers, we’re stuck with the losers, and we the taxpayers subsidize failure!” And that’s what we’re seeing now, as the FBI raids the solar energy company’s headquarters to glean more information after the company was handed half a billion dollars in “green energy” Stimulus funds from the American taxpayer only to later declare bankruptcy. More than one thousand Solyndra workers lost their jobs. Now as the truth comes out, we discover that the White House was heavily involved in the Department of Energy’s rushed decision to give the Stimulus funds to Solyndra, and they tried to move the money through so quickly they seem to have ignored concerns that the company was not viable. Why would they do this? Perhaps it’s because a large investor in the company (about 35%) is Obama campaign bundler George Kaiser. And with the way the deal is structured, Kaiser will get his debts paid before we the taxpayers see any relief. That is sickening. And that’s how it works: workers lose their jobs, wealthy political cronies stand a good chance of getting their money back, and the U.S. taxpayer gets the shaft. Again.

President Obama has his sights set on raising $1 billion for his reelection campaign. Raising that money won’t be easy. But if you can hand out other people’s money to friends, it must get a whole lot easier. This crony capitalism and government waste is at the heart of our economic problems. It will destroy us if we don’t root it out. It’s not just a Democrat problem or a Republican problem. It’s a problem of our permanent political class. This won’t stop until “we the people” say enough is enough, and we retire the permanent political class that votes for this.

- Sarah Palin

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(Video) Palin w/ Greta: Barack Obama & Rick Perry Crony Capitalists

Monday, September 12, 2011 0 Responses

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Governor Palin: Catch “The Undefeated” for Alaska & America’s Story

Wednesday, September 07, 2011 0 Responses
Steve Bannon just released a powerful film about Alaska’s history, our rich resources, and a committed team’s successful effort to tackle political corruption. Bannon’s independently financed, produced, and directed film called “The Undefeated” is now available on cable via pay-per-view and video-on-demand. I’m thankful for Bannon’s group at Victory Films for independently putting their own time and resources into documenting the work my team in Alaska did in successfully fighting corruption and enacting real reform that put local and state government back on the side of the people. Thank you to the good Alaskans who participated in the film and spoke so passionately about our state’s history, our natural resources, and our destiny as the energy contributor for America’s security.
Bannon’s film shows how on a state and local level all citizens – no matter background or party affiliation – can come together to fight the special interests and the corrupt powers-that-be that steal power from the people. Through examples of putting government-run businesses back into the private sector hands, inviting competition, reducing taxes, and blowing the doors open to force government transparency, “The Undefeated” shows that though real reform is difficult and real reformers are vilified, it is possible. The obstacles in the way of reform are why true reform is so rare, but as the film shows, it can be done and it is worth doing.
This film is not about any one person. It’s about great American values – like our indomitable optimistic pioneering spirit – that will always see America through no matter how tough times are. It’s the spirit of our Last Frontier, it’s the story of how Alaskans fought corruption and won, it’s the story of the spirit of the Tea Party Movement, and it’s the story of a people’s movement for reform. I’m grateful to these filmmakers for telling the story.

Here’s more about Steve Bannon’s film and where to view it. I encourage you to watch it. I promise you it will open some eyes.

- Sarah Palin

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Governor Palin's Message To All Our Good Union Brothers & Sisters

Tuesday, September 06, 2011 0 Responses
In my speech on Saturday in Iowa, I said: “Between bailouts for Wall Street cronies and stimulus projects for union bosses’ security and ‘green energy’ giveaways, [Barack Obama] took care of his friends. And now they’re on course to raise a billion dollars for his re-election bid so that they can do it all over again.” This was shamefully on display yesterday at President Obama’s taxpayer-funded campaign rally in Detroit. In introducing the President, Teamsters President James Hoffa represented precisely what I was talking about as he declared war on concerned independent Americans and on the freshman members we sent to Congress last November by saying, “Let’s take these son-of-a-bitches out!”

What I say now, I say as a proud former union member and the wife, daughter, and sister of union members. So, as a former card-carrying IBEW sister married to a proud former Laborers, IBEW, and later USW member, please hear me out. What I have to say is for the hard working, patriotic, selfless union brothers and sisters in Michigan and throughout our country: Please don’t be taken in by union bosses’ thuggery like Jim Hoffa represented yesterday. Union bosses like this do not have your best interests at heart. What they care about is their own power and re-electing their friend Barack Obama so he will take care of them to the detriment of everyone else.
To the same degree Americans are concerned about irresponsible, greedy corporate execs who got cushy bonuses from taxpayer-funded bailouts, we should also be concerned about greedy union bosses who are willing to tank our economy just to protect their own power. As union history shows, power and greed corrupt. Just because you claim to represent union members doesn’t mean you are on the side of the angels. The greed of too many of these union bosses has all but destroyed the labor movement in this country, helped chase away our jobs, and is killing the American dream.
To see where this leads, look at what’s happening to the working class in our industrialized cities. These cities are going to hell in a hand basket thanks to corruption, crony capitalism, and the union bosses’ greed. The union bosses derive their power from your union dues and their promise to deliver your votes to whichever politician they’re in bed with. They get their power from you, and yet their actions ultimately hurt you. They’re chasing American industry offshore by making outrageous, economically illogical demands that they know will never work. And now that they’ve chased jobs out of union states, they’re trying to chase them out of right-to-work states like South Carolina, so eventually the jobs will leave America altogether. But these union bosses will still figure out a way to keep their gig, and so will their politically aligned corporate friends. As long as these big corporations have a good crony capitalist in the White House, they can rely on DC to bail them out until the whole system goes bankrupt, which, I am afraid, is not very far off. When big government, big business, and big union bosses collude together, they get government to maximize their own interests against those of the rest of the country.
So, now these union bosses are desperately trying to cast the grassroots Tea Party Movement as being “against the workingman.” How outrageously wrong this unapologetic Jim Hoffa is, for the people’s movement is the real movement for working class men and women. It’s rooted in real solidarity, and not special interests and corporate kickbacks. It represents the needed reform that will empower workers and job creators. We stand with the little guy against the corruption and influence peddling of those who collude to grease the wheels of government power.
This collusion is at the heart of Obama’s economic vision for America. In practice it is socialism for the very rich and the very poor, but a brutal form of capitalism for the rest of us. It is socialism for the very poor who are reduced to a degrading perpetual dependence on a near-bankrupt centralized government to provide their every need, while at the same time robbing them of that which brings fulfillment and success – the life-affirming pride that comes from taking responsibility for your own destiny and building a better life through self-initiative and work ethic. And Obama’s vision is socialism via crony capitalism for the very rich who continue to get bailouts, debt-ridden “stimulus” funds, and special favors that allow them to waive off or help draft the burdensome regulations that act as a boot on the neck to small business owners who don’t have the same friends in high places. And where does this collusion leave working class Americans and the small business owners who create 70% of the jobs in this country? Out in the cold. It’s you and your children who are left paying for the cronyism of Obama and our permanent political class in DC.

Ask yourself if the folks you heard demonize concerned, independent Americans yesterday really speak for the working class when they’re all too happy to burden your families with the bill to bail out the President’s friends on Wall Street.
We should not forget that for all his lofty rhetoric, President Obama is a Chicago politician. Graft, cronyism, and quid pro quo are the well-known methods of an infamous Chicago political machine, of which Barack Obama emerged. This corruption isn’t just the result of a few bad apples. It’s the nature of a skewed system that’s typical of one not allowing a level playing field. If one desires opportunity for all, then the only solution is sudden and relentless reform. I know of what I speak. I too served in public office in a state that had a corruption problem. The difference is that I fought the corrupt political machine. Barack Obama used the machine in his state to advance. He never challenged it. And he’s evidently brought the same Chicago “pay-to-play” practices to the White House.
It’s sad to see much of the labor movement fall lock step behind a President whom Hoffa calls upon to partner in “waging war” against patriotic Americans. I will never forget that as a governor, in trying to be a friend to the working men and women in our unions, I gave a speech on August 27, 2008, at the annual AFL-CIO meeting in Anchorage. There, union members humbled me with a standing ovation for fighting the corruption in Alaska and for bringing parties together for progress on energy development projects. Then just two days later I landed on the national stage as John McCain’s running mate, and the union leadership turned on me from that day forward even though I had not changed one iota in my plans, principles, vision, and commitment to jobs for working class Americans. The only difference was I was challenging the politician the union bosses were committed to electing. It was almost comical, this lesson learned with their new spots revealed so quickly.
Recently someone commented: “I’m a union member. I’ve been a Democrat all my life. Now I’ll vote for anyone with a plan to save America.” I know what that person is feeling. I want all good union brothers and sisters to know that there is an alternative. The grassroots, independent Tea Party Movement articulates a real alternative rooted in free men and free markets, not the cronyism of Barack Obama and the permanent political class in DC. Their cronyism is why we have no job growth, massive unsustainable debt, and a housing market in the tank. Too many politicians are simply addressing the economic symptoms instead of fighting the underlying disease. The path forward is through reform. On Saturday, I outlined some ideas about that reform, and I will continue to do so.
In the meantime, good union brothers and sisters, don’t let Hoffa tell you what to do. He doesn’t represent the real interests of working men and women. He’s not doing you any favors. He’s just living off your paychecks.

- Sarah Palin

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(CNN Video) Palin w/ Cheering Crowd 'Run, Sarah, Run': MY KID IS NOT YOUR ATM

Monday, September 05, 2011 0 Responses

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(Photo) Gov Palin Runs 1/2 Marathon w/ Supporters Sunday Morning In Iowa

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(Video) Des Moines Iowa Grassroots Meetup w/ Sarah & Todd Palin

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