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Posted just moments ago to Sarah Palin's Facebook page:
On Monday, during a fundraiser in California, President Obama declare 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. MORE
Will Governor Sarah Palin weld her considerable influence and continue to the a kingmaker just as she did in the 2010 mid-term elections or will she throw her hat in to the ring and become a presidential candidate? While there has been no definitive answer from Governor Palin she did say to Greta last night that she would not have gone this far in the decision-making process if she did not think she could beat President Obama.
Stephen Bannon has posted his recent interview with Chuck Heath, brother of Sarah Palin. Listen to Chuck describe what it was like growing up in rugged Alaska the importance of self-reliance and Chuck's prespective on current events involving his family. This is a not to be missed interview! Listen here.
Former Vice Presidential nominee and past Governor of Alaska Sarah Palin may finally be sick and tired of the libelous accusations that have been printed in a book by Joe McGinniss entitled "The Rogue". It seems that Andrew Brietbart recently brought to light an email in which McGinniss admits “Legal review of my manuscript is underway and here’s my problem: no one has ever offered documentation of any of the lurid stories about the Palins.” In other words, McGinniss knowingly submitted for publication to Random House "tall tales" that were not substantiated.
ABC News’ Jon Karl and Shushannah Walshe report:
Sarah Palin’s family attorney John Tiemessen has written a letter to Maya Mavjee, the publisher of the Crown Publishing Group, a division of Random House, that Palin may sue her, the company, and the book’s author Joe McGinniss “for knowingly publishing false statements” in his book released last week, “The Rogue,” ABC News has learned.
The book was widely panned by critics for using unnamed sources to criticize Palin and her family. Tiemessen cites an email they have access to in which McGinniss writes that attorneys from Crown Publishing told him “nothing I can cite other than my own reporting rises above the level of tawdry gossip. The proof is always just around the corner, but that is a corner nobody has been able to turn” and that McGinniss “ran out of time” to sufficiently source the book. More
The "insignificant non-candidate" Sarah Palin is polling well it seems. Last night during her interview with Sean Hannity, Palin coined what may become a popular and recognized acronym, "ABO" translated as "Anybody But Obama". Screenshot from The Drudge Report.
From the Miami Herald:
WASHINGTON -- Look out President Barack Obama. Even Sarah Palin's gaining on you.
A new McClatchy-Marist poll finds that Obama looks increasingly vulnerable in next year's election, with a majority of voters believing he'll lose to any Republican, a solid plurality saying they'll definitely vote against him and most potential Republican challengers gaining on him.
Even in potential matchups where he leads, Obama in most cases has lost ground to the Republican.
The biggest gain came for Palin, the former Alaska governor who hasn't yet announced whether she'll jump into the fast-changing race for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination.
After trailing Obama by more than 20 percentage points in polls all year, the new national survey, taken Sept. 13-14, found Palin trailing the president by just 5 points, 49-44 percent. The key reason: She now leads Obama among independents, a sharp turnaround. More