Some of the folks at Conservatives4Palin have put together a television ad to ask Governor Palin to reconsider her decision not to run for President in 2012. The ad will start airing in Sioux City, Iowa on November 30. You can watch the ad below.
Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Friday, November 11, 2011
From Governor Palin's Facebook page:
I proudly display a bumper sticker that proclaims “If you love your freedom, thank a vet!” It was on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918 that the armistice between Germany and the Allied nations was formed. A year later the White House commemorated the day as one to be “filled with solemn pride in the heroism of those who died in the country’s service and with gratitude for the victory.” Years later 11-11 was officially declared Veterans Day.
We are thankful for this day being set aside to remember our vets, and many of us are overwhelmed with pride and respect for those we honor today. America's men and women in uniform selflessly sacrificed – some giving all – to protect the freedom and opportunities we enjoy today. In honor of everything our veterans have given, I implore Americans to remember them and thank them. And I ask that as a nation we not squander what they have fought to protect: American Exceptionalism that was based on free men and free markets.
May God bless, protect, and heal the hurts of America's finest. God bless our veterans.
- Sarah Palin
Thursday, November 3, 2011
Many states are having elections on November 8 so please get out and vote. In Oregon there will be a primary election to decide who the candidates will be in the race for Oregon U.S. House district one. Ohio voters will get to decide on very important ballot measures concerning Obamacare and public sector unions. Voters in Mississippi and Kentucky will vote for new governors as well as other offices. With the media's focus on the upcoming presidential election please don't neglect your state and local offices. We need to get good conservatives elected to every office from school board to mayor to governor.