"Now, no one expects us to agree on everything, whether in Juneau or in Washington. But we are expected to govern with integrity and goodwill and clear convictions and a servant's heart."
Some four years ago Senator John McCain, from a stage in Dayton, Ohio introduced his choice of a running mate for the 2008 presidential election. Largely unknown to most of us here in the lower 48, Sarah Palin immediately captivated the hearts and minds of Conservatives who longed for someone to be their voice. As a wife, a mother, a former mayor, and as governor of our largest state, Palin was the epitome of the feminist ideal. She bucked the establishment in Alaska, taking on corruption in both parties and today is still a fearless leader for freedom and liberty. Politicians on both sides of the aisle would do well to follow her example.