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Leading the way to conservative victories in the House and Senate races is hardly a "meaningless" task. Palin was the single largest factor in the historic Republican victories and the House takeover in November 2010 mid-term elections! A Romney/Ryan victory would ring hollow if left with the deadbeat Democrat Senate and moderate mushy Republican power base in the House. However, thanks to Palin, more constitutional warriors are on the way!! (Ted Cruz, just for starters, Mourdock, Fischer, Zoller, and more to come...)
There is no need to "feel sorry" for Gov. Palin!
She did this back in November in a speech at Phoenix, which the Wall Street Journal, in a laudatory editorial at the time, characterized as zeroing in on the connection between a weak dollar and rising prices for oil and food. “We don’t want temporary, artificial economic growth brought at the expense of permanently higher inflation which will erode the value of our incomes and our savings,” the Journal quoted Mrs. Palin as saying. “We want a stable dollar combined with real economic reform. It's the only way we can get our economy back on the right track.” Now here is the New York Times quoting a raft of economists who have reached the conclusion that Mrs. Palin’s warning was right down the line.
leading the New York Sun to offer THIS stunning editorial...http://www.nysun.com/editorials/sarah-palin-for-the-fed/87317/ containing the amazing opening line..."The big question as Chairman Bernanke gets set for his first quarterly press conference is how Sarah Palin was able to figure out sooner than everyone else that the Federal Reserve’s campaign of quantitative easing wouldn’t work." and quotes Palin thusly...
In October-November of 2010 Palin waded into the debate on Federal Reserve monetary policy. She got rave reviews for her stance on monetary policy. Paul Gigot, editor of the Wall Street Journal editorial page, was clearly impressed with her understanding of the topic, and her ability to condense it down into a language that average folks can understand. "She showed a very sophisticated understanding of monetary policy, and I think it's a welcome addition to the debate--if you think about the last decade-and-a-half, Republicans have been missing in action on monetary policy" "She's leading the pack, in my view, on that issue right now." "She put it in a language that people can understand--Reagan used to do that."...
In May of 2011 Palin spoke at Colorado Christian University to an overflow crowd, alongside Gen. William Boykin, US Army (ret.) at an event titled "Tribute to the Troops". In her speech, Sarah Palin laid out a five-point doctrine by which the United States should commit its troops to military action overseas. What the hell do you MEAN she never says anything new or interesting or meaningful. YES, she does, often, you just aren't listening because you are too busy parroting false talking points about her. Wake up. In a speech at Colorado Christian College earlier this week, Sarah Palin laid out a five-point set of standards by which the United States should commit its troops to military action.
Palin's speech in Seoul, South Korea at the World Knowledge Forum in October of 2011 showed a command of a wide range of issues. She addressed themes of smaller government and the dangers of a large national debt. This is affecting America's ability to project power in the world, which is a dangerous thing. She also touched on the rise of China as a military power, the current dispute over the Spratly Islands and the need for regime change in North Korea. She spoke about the Arab Spring, the role of technology in empowering movements of the people for freedom, and the constraints of strongly centralized economic control of economies. http://thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/10/11/palin-takes-crony-capitalism-fight-to-south-korea/ http://ne
Her speech in New Delhi, India in March , 2010 Palin called for stronger Indo-US ties, and spoke of their importance going forward, she addressed China's military growth and its impact on the region. Palin impressed her audience with strong views on energy security, terrorism, free trade, bailouts and the India-U.S. partnership. Other international speakers included the feminist writer Germaine Greer, hacker Josh Klein, Pakistani politician Aitzaz Ahsan, and Nobel Peace Prize winner Mohamed ElBaradei, as well as former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown. http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/on-first-trip-to-india-palin-talks-tough-on-china-other-topics/2011/03/19/ABTREYx_story.html Your characterization of Palin doesn't hold water.
Her speech in Hong Kong in 2009 addressed; conservatism, liberalism, deficits and Reaganism, free markets and Milton Friedman, the Federal Reserve, health care policy, US-Chinese relations, Chinese-Taiwan relations and other controversial issues such as Tibet, human rights and democracy in China, US-Chinese economic relationship and its impact on US national security and position of leadership in the world.http://blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2009/09/23/excerpts-of-sarah-palins-speech-to-investors-in-hong-kong/
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