I would like to personally thank all of you who have worked so hard and really thrown your hearts into supporting Sarah. I, like many of you, was really disappointed in her decision but I completely understand it. I don't think there are many people out there who could begin to understand the scrutiny her family has been under. As for you who think that Sarah strung you along; as late as last week, right after I interviewed with Steve Bannon, I talked with Sarah and she was still pushing hard and contemplating a run. After a lot of prayers, and finally, through respect for her own family's wishes, she chose to wait this one out.
Be assured that Sarah's not done. She will continue to be a force in the political world and I'm sure she'll be holding whoever's elected in any important upcoming elections accountable for their actions. In my opinion, I believe she'll arise again even stronger than before.
Please try to respect her decision, and once again, thank you so much for the support you've shown her.
Chuck Heath, Jr.
Governor Palin in Indianola, Iowa
Sarah Palin Rides by Dino Petrocelli
Governor Palin Blows a Kiss to ALL Vets4Sarah
During Rolling Thunder XXIV
Announcing Reagan/Palin Appreciation Month in February
Posted January 24, 2011
February is the month five of our presidents were born (4 past and 1 future). It also marks the 100th anniversary of President Reagan's birth. We would celebrate Governor Palin's and President Reagan's birthdays anyway, but since the liberal media has called for a Palin moratorium, the authors at the Sarah Palin Information Blog have decided to spearhead a Reagan/Palin Appreciation Month. We want to honor Reagan for his outstanding service to our country, and we want to honor Governor Palin for her accomplishments and for all she continues to do for our country.
President Reagan fought Communism from the time he worked in Hollywood through his years in office and won the Cold War without firing a shot. His famous line, "Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!" will ring through history. America prospered during his Presidency as Reaganomics stimulated the economy, increased employment, and cut taxes and government expenditure. Ronald Reagan's policies also increased the strength of our military.
Governor Sarah Palin has stood up and spoken out fearlessly in defense of conservative principles and national security when others remained silent,and she has taken the darts and arrows for doing so. And we have seen over an over that she was right. Her tireless efforts during the mid-term elections also helped elect men and women who will represent the American people instead of the establishment. All of her supporters are waiting anxiously in the hope that she will run for President and help lead our country out of the mess the current administration has gotten us into.
During February, as we celebrate President Reagan's legacy and Governor Palin's accomplishments, the Palin-friendly blogs that participate in Reagan/Palin Appreciation Month will be ramping up their coverage of all things Sarah Palin in a show of support for Governor Palin. We are asking all Sarah Palin supporters to sign the Reagan/Palin Appreciation Month Proclamation. Palin-friendly blogs that want to participate in this celebration can request to be added as sponsors of the Proclamation by using the Contact Petition Sponsor button on the petition website after signing the Proclamation.
February is barely a week away now, so let's get organized to have a great month of celebration for two great Presidents one who has finished his course and one who is waiting in the wings to bear his torch.
Sarah Palin @ Plumstead Christian School, Nov 9, 2010
Sarah Palin in Anaheim, CA Oct 16
Sarah Palin's Breakfast Speech on 8/28
There she goes again, Thanking Veterans
O. P. Ditch, Sarah and Todd Palin
at the Preserving American Liberty Conference, Kansas City, MO
Iraq Veteran, US House (KS-3) Candidate Dan Gilyeat
Joins O. P. Ditch at the Winning America Back Conference
both sporting Vets4Sarah.net T-Shirts
Sarah Palin: "Great Day at Daytona"
Governor Sarah Palin shakes hands with members of the U.S. Army at the Daytona International Speedway during a visit to watch the NASCAR Daytona 500 auto race in Daytona Beach, FL, on Sunday, February 14, 2010. Photo by Shealah Craighead. Copyright SarahPAC.
Sarah Palin speaks to the Tea Party Nation
National Tea Party Convention, Nashville, TN, Feb 6, 2010
Part 1 of 2
Gov. Sarah Palin poses for a photo with members of The Wounded Warrior Project, (left) Mike Green, U.S. Army, and (right) Jake Williams, U.S. Army, on Friday, December 11, 2009, at Studio 1 NBC Universal Studios in Universal City, CA, prior to a taping of "The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien." The red jacket worn by Gov. Palin for the "Going Rogue" book cover is being auctioned off through the Laura Ingraham Show. All proceeds go to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project and the Fisher House. Photo by Shealah Craighead. Copyright SarahPAC.
A Soldier gets an autographed "Going Rogue"
In Grand Rapids, MI
Photo by Shealah Craighead. Copyright SarahPAC.
Gov Palin acknowledges Vets4Sarah in "Going Rogue"
Gov Palin dedicates her memoirs to: "all Patriots who share my love of the United States of America. And particularly to our women and men in uniform, past and present - God bless the fight for freedom."
In Honor of Those Who Sacrificed for Our Freedom
11/11/09 at 12:19am
In most of our cities and towns, you'll see memorials to brave Americans some in uniforms of wars from long ago who defended freedom. If you look down at their inscriptions, you'll see that they were dedicated by the mothers, fathers, wives and orphans of the veterans who gave all for their country. In distant lands across the globe, you'll find silent fields of white markers with the names of Americans who never came home, but who showed their dedication to their country by where they died. Today we honor those who served and made the ultimate sacrifice, as well as those who served and came home forever changed by the battlefield.
Remember all the veterans who fought and sacrificed for our freedom today, and then please take the time to thank our brave men and women currently serving in uniform. We owe them so much.
---- Sarah Palin
"Todd and I would like to offer our condolences to the families of the victims of the tragic shooting today at Fort Hood. Our thoughts and prayers will be with them." Sarah Palin
Former Govenor Sarah Palin & Track Palin
Sarah Palin Welcomes Home 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team
Official DoD Video: Palin arrives via helicopter
Gov Sarah Palin Visits Camp Bondsteel
Gov. Palin visiting Camp Bondsteel, Kosovo. Scenes include the governor arriving by helicopter, visiting with troops, and giving a speech to the Soldiers.
Produced Spc. Joseph Samudio.
During her visit to Camp Bondsteel, Kosovo, Governor Sarah Palin stops to take photos with Soldiers from the Alaska Army National Guard's 1st Battalion, 207th Aviation Regiment. U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. Adam David Pepper.
Video: Palin Addressing Troops in Kosovo
Hat tip to: Conservatives4Palin.com, and a couple of their readers for this - ymchoo and Just Sayin. Nothing official from the military yet, but it looks like one of the GIs in the audience videotaped much of the address and uploaded it.
"YEAR OF THE NCO"
Governor Sarah Palin, seen here with Command Sgt. Maj. Turnbull, Rep. Wes Keller, Rep. Nancy Dahlstrom, and Sgt. Maj. Choate, signs SJR 17, declaring 2009 the "Year of the Non-Commissioned Officer." Governor Palin also signed an executive proclamation declaring the "Day of the Non-Commissioned Officer" in Alaska. June 14th, 2009.
Governor Palin Honors Veterans on Memorial Day
May 25, 2009, Fairbanks, Alaska - Governor Sarah Palin today read a Memorial Day proclamation to honor military members at Veterans Memorial Park in Fairbanks. The governor also signed Senate Bill 45, which establishes an Alaska veterans' cemetery near Fairbanks. SB 45, sponsored by Senators Gene Therriault and Charlie Huggins, directs the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs to pursue the creation of a U.S. Department of Military and Veterans Affairs-approved cemetery where veterans can receive their full burial rights.
"On this Memorial Day, we remember, honor, and give thanks to those who died in service to this nation," Governor Palin said. "Today, we honor all of the brave men and women of our armed forces who made the ultimate sacrifice in defense of the freedoms we hold so dear."
AMERICAN CHOPPER builds Alaska Bike Sarah Turns down half of Porkulus
Guard Continues Santa Claus Tradition
December 12, 2008
Air Force Print News
by Spc. Paizley Ramsey
CAMP DENALI, Alaska - Children from rural Alaskan communities were treated to an early Christmas this year as members of the Alaska National Guard completed Operation Santa Claus for young people in communities across the state.
More than 100 students from McQueen School in Kivalina, a city in Alaska's Northwest Arctic borough, received books, presents, a holiday meal and photos with Santa Dec. 6.
Members of the 176th Wing from Kulis Air National Guard Base in Anchorage flew a C-130 Herculeswith the Christmas gifts to the Kivalina children.
"This is so much fun, and the presents are really cool," said 14-year-old Jasmine Adams of McQueen School.
Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin made a surprise visit too.
"It's wonderful to be here in Kivalina to celebrate the holidays and to be able to do this for the children of the community," said Governor Palin, who was accompanied by her daughter, Piper. "It's good to be able to show our support for the National Guard and to show the people of Alaska what our Guard is up to."