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@AGUGrizzlies: Tweet Hashtag #TrigTroopers Today

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Steve Flesher (C4P Editor and AGU-IL activist) has a #GRRR-REAT post up today about potty mouth @BillMaher and the smackdown Little Bill received last night from Governor Sarah Palin: HERE

Bill Maher has a long history of pigheaded, closed minded, intolerance when it comes to the Palin Family.

It is no wonder that Governor Palin basically challenged the degenerate comedian to a duel this weekend: HERE

The Twitter hashtag: #TrigTroopers has taken off on Twitter as a result of Little Bill’s rigid persecution of those with Special Needs.

As with most things coming from the left these days: Enough Is Enough

Let’s all tweet our support for those with Special Needs!

Our work continues.

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#SarahPalinDoes Start 2013 With 100% Endorse Success, MO-8 Smith Wins Landslide

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Palin-endorsed Jason Smith was elected in a landslide of 67.1% with all 462 precincts reporting in Missouri’s Eighth Congressional District. Rep. Smith was Gov. Palin’s first endorsement of the year, thus her entire success rate for the year rode on his election.

American Grizzlies United State Coordinators and volunteers coordinated a Get Out the Vote phone bank effort making hundreds of calls over the past week. Missouri State Coordinator Justin Heilig headed up the effort, which stretched to New York with State Coordinator Ron Devito spearheading NY’s efforts and Long Island Regional Coordinator Jonathan Peress making over 300 calls; and out to California with Dr. Gina Loudon’s group logging hundreds of calls. Lynda Armstrong, a Texan who co-administers Teacher’s Daughter lent her voice to the phone banking effort as well. AGU / O4P Pennsylvania State Coordinator Kevin Scholla’s interview with Rep. Smith was published on March 25, 2013.

With Gov. Palin’s endorsement and a solid GOTV effort, Mr. Smith goes to Washington.

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Gov Palin Thanks US Airways Crew for Honoring Vets

Gov Palin Thanks US Airways Crew for Honoring Vets

Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin today posted this Status Update on Facebook:

A big thank you to the wonderful flight attendants and crew on our US Airways flight today from Indianapolis who gave heartfelt shout-outs over the intercom to our military and to veterans who’ve sacrificed so much for our freedom. The airlines offered our service members onboard free food and asked us all to pass along a special thank you to those we know in the service. It was so encouraging to see open and genuine respect for our men and women in uniform who so richly deserve the respect and honor of a grateful nation.

— Sarah Palin

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@AGUGrizzlies: Donations: Mr Smith (@RepJasonSmith) Goes To Washington

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The Palin endorsed Jason Smith campaign has a grassroots team working hard to send Jason to DC. Team Smith needs our help.

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If you would like to support the Jason Smith candidacy you can make a donation HERE.

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Small or large, every dollar counts!

A grassroots campaign takes extra hard work and every dollar is spent wisely.

America needs people like Jason Smith in DC fight for us (the little guy) against the Obama agenda of fundamental transformation.

Rising from humble beginnings in Missouri, Jason has worked very hard to become an honorable and accountable leader in the Show Me State. Once elected Jason will bring his commonsense conservatism, and much needed leadership to the United States Congress.

Let’s help Mr. Smith Go To Washington!

As Governor Sarah Palin said:

“We must all work together to send Mr. Smith to Washington on June 4th”Governor Sarah Palin

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Gov. Palin: Tomorrow’s hearings on Benghazi will define Obama Presidency

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Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin today posted this Status Update on Facebook:

Tomorrow’s hearings on Benghazi will define the Obama presidency if the truth is finally allowed to be told. I encourage everyone to tune in and hear the revelations that are long overdue. We’ll also see whether the president’s reliable lapdog cheerleaders in the media will continue to cover up for him and in so doing disgrace their profession. The following link is to something I posted way back on October 25th of last year asking questions that we should have had answers to long ago.

— Sarah Palin

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There are many questions about the Benghazi attack that Americans deserve answers to. It’s been too long an “investigation” and too tragic for the families of lost loved ones for the White House and its friends in the media to ignore these questions: — When and why did the YouTube trailer of the anti-Muhammad movie surface as any kind of credible reason for the attack? — Where is the proof that that video was linked to Benghazi? It’s a weak excuse to claim some supposed rumored link between Benghazi and the attacks on our embassy in Cairo. Benghazi was very different. “Spontaneous” protestors don’t come armed with rocket-propelled grenades. — What was the President’s response to the previous Benghazi embassy attacks in April and June? Why did officials ignore the requests for beefed up security to protect Americans after these attacks? — Why did the Obama Administration assume a YouTube video was the reason for the Benghazi attack but not all the evidence to the contrary from the postings and emails that circulated that night in real time as the attack took place and Americans were being killed? And why weren’t those emails disclosed until this week? — Why did the Obama administration spend our tax dollars to make and air television ads that ran in the Middle East apologizing for the YouTube video when they had so much credible evidence that it was nothing but a red herring? — How much did President Obama know about this? In an interview he gave to CBS News on September 12, President Obama alluded to the fact that the Benghazi attack was not—as his U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice and other officials were characterizing it—a “spontaneous” protest triggered by the Cairo embassy attack and the video. He told CBS News in that interview, “my suspicion is that there are folks involved in [the Benghazi attack] who were looking to target Americans from the start.” If he suspected this then why did he allow his administration to continue blaming the attack on the YouTube video? And why didn’t CBS News call him out on this when his comments in their interview with him, which they didn’t air until a month later, belie the administration’s YouTube narrative? Someone in the media must demand answers. Until the media does its job to give us the Who What Where When and Why of this cover-up, there will be even less trust for this “cornerstone of our democracy” – if less trust and respect for the media is even possible today. We sincerely want to be able to trust the media. We need to be able to trust them. Their job is so important, and we appreciate all the good journalists in America. Our troops fight to protect all our freedoms including the freedom of the press. — Sarah Palin

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Sarah Palin: The Thunderbird, an Indomitable Spirit

Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin today posted this Status Update on Facebook:

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I love inspirational people like my sister Heather! For her 50th birthday she just decided she’d up and run a marathon thousands of miles away in New Orleans after such limited time and even more limited training opportunities in freezing cold snow-covered Alaska all this long, long winter. Heather works full-time with children with special needs in the Anchorage School District, plus she works weekends in a dental office and conducts tours for Alaska Wildberry Tours, in addition to helping at the family-owned business, Bruce’s Muldoon Chevron gas station. And she and her husband raise three busy kids! Heather helps out with all the nieces and nephews (thank you for stepping in so often for Todd and me, Heather!), too. She helps answer my mail and fends off pesky reporters who unfortunately bug her to try to get to me to do more of their bugging.

So, Heather decided to fly to New Orleans by herself. She hasn’t traveled like that since college. She went to the race with no support. I was ticked at her that she was missing the birthday party we were throwing for her that weekend (well, it was a combined party to include the annual after-Iron Dog celebration for Todd, plus her birthday… we’re always killing a few birds with one stone), but I forgave her because when she texted me her plan she was already on her way to the airport, so there was no backing out. She’s the one who bakes the magical homemade chocolate cakes for our parties, but we forgave her for the missing magic at the party anyway.

We all texted her after the race.

“I did ok,” she humbly offered. “Hurt like heck, naturally, died a thousand deaths, but it was decent, I guess. Glad I did it.”

We congratulated her and left it at that. Then my sister Molly went over to Heather’s house today and sees Heather’s plaque from the New Orleans Rock ‘n Roll marathon for her OUTSTANDING 26.2 mile performance! She ran a 3:42:27 and placed second in her age group! (She’d forgotten to mention all that!) Heather’s always been a great athlete, and we all share a love of running, hiking, streaming sweat through Bikram, and anything active outdoors, but none of us can keep up with her! (She can do three sets of push ups, 70 at a time, and finish with an additional 30; BOY push ups! I crumble at the thought.) She’s truly an inspiration. And so humble…

But the coolest thing about all this today, besides finally finding out her kick-butt race time, was re-reading her most recent group text to the family. It wasn’t about her fitness prowess, or how busy she is, or her overcoming obstacles that others use as excuses to avoid getting outside and enjoying all that our beautiful states have to offer. It wasn’t about her being able to qualify for the Boston Marathon (which we hope she’ll run someday, just like our dad did back in the 80′s!) Instead, Heather texted a proud mom’s moment.

Her son, our nephew, has autism. Karcher will always add another dimension and perspective to the family’s life. The road has not been easy and may never get any easier. But we’ve all said Karcher is our red-headed angel that God knew to place with Kurt and Heather because they’re gifted enough to handle all He allows. The Bruces are amazing. (And Heather will want to wring my neck for bragging about her. Or she’ll arm wrestle me into oblivion to teach me a lesson.)

Heather’s text today explained that she doesn’t have the typical Facebook page to brag about her kids like so many do, but she wanted to share a recent wonderful accomplishment — not her own, but her son’s.

Karcher will be graduated from East High School next month in the Top 10% of all students! He was given a University of Alaska Scholars Award, and he also won an “Excellence at East” award for his amazing progress through such challenging high school years, especially through the relentlessly and sometimes inexplicable difficult social situations a child with obvious challenges must endure. His teacher and the principal signed the award certificate. It encouraged Karcher to reach for the stars and always be proud to be an East High Thunderbird! Native tradition tells us that the thunderbird represents an indomitable spirit. That describes Karch.

Add to that spiritual description: inspiration, example, athlete, heroine… and you’ve got his mom, our sister Heather!

- Sarah Palin

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Gov. Palin to CNN: American viewers are smarter than you assume

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Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin today posted this Status Update on Facebook:

CNN: it’s no wonder your ratings still aren’t matching competitors. American viewers are smarter than you assume, and we simply want truth in reporting.

Please see the article linked below. Wolf Blitzer’s recent coverage of this story really was blisteringly dishonest. First, because he didn’t reach out to me or the SarahPAC staff for rebuttal. Second, because he failed to disclose the anti-tea party associations of the “architect” of this story whose organization is a competitor of my efforts to advance the candidacies of genuine grassroots conservatives – not those handpicked by the permanent political class. As the article explains, in my recent CPAC speech I gulped and denounced the consultants who engage in campaign hopping and have made a racket out of multi-million dollar failures each election cycle for themselves and their cronies. What a shame CNN continues to plug away in a floundering direction with reports like this. The shame is that they employ some top-notch reporters who no doubt believe in truth in journalism, but examples like this diminish the good reporters’ good efforts.

As a side note, I find it interesting that CNN recently disclosed that their old “Crossfire” show might hit their airwaves again. Wasn’t CNN among those who issued blistering criticism about the use of a “crossfire” icon in 2010 to represent political districts we wished to see represented by commonsense conservatives? CNN, among others, implied that using a “crossfire” icon (which was a tactic first employed by Democrats to illustrate political maps of districts they “targeted” to win) was inciting violence.

- Sarah Palin

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@AGUGrizzlies: Ground Report On @SarahPalinUSA Event From AGU NJ State Coordinator @Bill__Hughes

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This post was written by AGU-NJ State Coordinator Bill Hughes.

Governor Sarah Palin was the keynote speaker at the Terri Schiavo Life & Hope Network Fundraising Gala last night in Philadelphia. Her message was simple and profound: That we should be careful as a society on how we define the value life and that we should always rise up to defend it.

Governor Palin reminded the audience that, “our history has been full of injustice but people have always risen up to fight that injustice,” as she emboldened the packed room of about 400 people to defend the right to life. She cautioned against a society that would seek to impose judgment on the value of human life based on intellect, accomplishment, physical strength, or ability to contribute to society–the “quality of life” argument that is so often used in the sanctity of life debate.

“How can you measure the quality of life?” she asked the audience. She then drew a stark contrast between the two viewpoints on this issue.

Calling America the “greatest nation on Earth” because our founding charters declared that we are all CREATED equal by God and that our rights come from God, Palin frequently referenced the historic significance of Philadelphia, where the paradigm-shifting revolutionaries met to found a nation on the idea that all life and liberty come from God.

“We are God’s creation and for that reason alone, our worth is immeasurable,” Palin declared.

She spoke of Terri Schiavo’s story and her family’s unwavering defense of her life.

“Terri’s family refused to give up fighting for her life because she was worth it.”

Continuing her argument for defending life, Governor Palin said “we are not to play God and snuff out the life that He’s created.”

She then took the audience on a trip of her own experience finding out that she was pregnant with a special needs baby while Governor of Alaska. She spoke about the fear and uncertainty of those early days. She lauded her pro-life doctor for referring to the unborn Trig as a “baby” instead of a “fetus.”

She joked about hiding the pregnancy for 7 months from her staff, saying that they just thought she was getting “chunky” as she wore a lot of layers of up there in Alaska to cover it up.

She also joked about her open prayer conversation with God upon finding out that she was pregnant, “Lord, I know my name is Sarah, but my husband isn’t Abraham!”

She then talked about the blessing that Trig has been to their family and that her experience has continued to illustrate the truth that “God never gives you more than you can handle.”

On that note, she shared about asking her youngest daughter Piper to pray for her before her debate with Joe Biden. She asked Piper to ask God to speak through her.

“But Mom, that would be cheating!” she declared.

Palin’s entire argument for defending life and doing the hard things to ensure the most vulnerable are cared for and protected rested on seeking that inner strength from God. With God, all things are possible and Governor Palin made that fact clear.

She then shared that as the busy first woman and youngest Alaska Governor ever elected, and a mother of 5 with a newborn special needs child, she took the call from John McCain to run for Vice President and asked with a shrug, “Why not?”

Governor Palin then began to talk about Obamacare and the infamous death panels.

She shared the difficulty of being maligned about her “death panels” remarks and resolved that we cannot allow the culture of death to marginalize us as “right-wing crazies.”

She spoke of President Obama’s healthcare advisor, Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, and his work arguing for health care rationing based on ability to contribute to society. These classifications would be made by government panels–death panels.

Yes Virginia, death panels are real.

She spoke of other Obama administration officials admitting that costs would be reduced by rationing and new taxes. You ration by determining who is worthy of care.

She argued that families–not faceless distant government bureaucrats–should choose what is best for the most vulnerable members of our family–the unborn, the elderly, the special needs community.

She spoke of winning the battle to defend life with new polls showing over 50% of Americans now consider themselves pro-life. And she renewed her call to get the message out there and stop just preaching to the choir.

Speaking of her little Trig, she said “There are the world’s standards of perfection and then there are God’s standards. His standards are the ones that matter.”

Overall she spoke with warmth and sincerity and as a hockey mom from Wasilla willing to take a stand to defend those who can’t defend themselves. She charged the audience to continue this most important fight–the defense of life, quoting from the book of Esther, saying perhaps “you have been called to this kingdom for such a time as this.”

She was a woman in her element and clearly comfortable in the role that God has given her to defend life. She oozed the grace and humility of a servant-leader and as she left the room and waved good-bye to us, a man right behind me called out to her.

“Governor!”

Governor Palin looked over at us as he said “See you at your inauguration in January 2017!”

A smile came across her face and she waved and gracefully exited the room.

Afterwards, she met with the Catholic school girls who were volunteering at the gala outside in the hallway. She showed them photos on her phone of her kids and presented them all with gifts.

She took time to pose for photos with the young girls and encouraged them in their service before moving on to meet with some other supporters.

Folks are encouraged to support the Terri Schiavo Life and Hope Network by donating via their website.

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Gov. Palin: Politicians, Listen to these Moms

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Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin today posted this Status Update on Facebook:

I say it IS time we furlough the political consultants, the permanent political class, and the politicos who’ve been part of the problem that got us into this mess. Politicians, listen to your mother… or at least listen to these moms…


What Can Washington Politicians Learn From America’s Moms?

We asked folks what Washington politicians can learn from America’s moms. Watch their answers and learn more: http://BankruptingAmerica.org

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For the record, there was nothing remotely racist in my use of “Shuck and Jive”

Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin today posted this Status Update on Facebook:

For the record, there was nothing remotely racist in my use of the phrase "shuck and jive" – a phrase which many people have used, including Chris Matthews, Andrew Cuomo, and White House Press Secretary Jay Carney to name a few off the top of my head. In fact, Andrew Cuomo also used the phrase in reference to Barack Obama, and the fact that Mr. Cuomo and I used the phrase in relation to President Obama signifies nothing out of the ordinary. I would have used the exact same expression if I had been writing about President Carter, whose foreign policy rivaled Obama’s in its ineptitude, or about the Nixon administration, which was also famously rocked by a cover-up.

I’ve been known to use the phrase most often when chastising my daughter Piper to stop procrastinating and do her homework. As she is part Yup’ik Eskimo, I’m not sure if this term would be deemed offensive when it’s directed at her or if it would be considered benign as in the case of Chris Matthews’ use of it in reference to Rachel Maddow. Just to be careful, from now on I’ll avoid using it with Piper, and I would appreciate it if the media refrained from using words and phrases like igloo, Eskimo Pie, and “when hell freezes over,” as they might be considered offensive by my extended Alaska Native family.

The outrageously outraged reaction to this expression from perennial hypocrites like Chris Matthews has only made me laugh. Mr. Matthews, let me share with you my favorite Irish toast: “May we always be happy, and may our enemies always know it.”

— Sarah Palin

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