Daily Archives: June 8, 2011
This is a message posted by Governor Palin on her SarahPAC website:
Even though the media too often sadly chose sound-bites over substance, they did get lots of substance during our “One Nation” tour from the nearly two dozen opportunities I got to speak candidly with them and talk about policy, politics, history, and everything in between. More importantly, I got to talk with countless everyday Americans who want to get our country back on the right track.
It’s been an extraordinary honor to meet so many fellow patriots who care deeply about this country, who want a brighter future for all of us, and who recognize the undeviating line that connects our history to our future.
Not surprising, some members of the media missed a lot of this due to their relentless and futile search for scuttlebutt. So, we assembled this video to capture the amazing Americana spirit of the places and people we visited. I invite you to enjoy this recap of last week’s east coast bus tour.
Please remember we must learn about our past – our great successes, our bitter struggles, our enduring strength – in order to navigate through the challenges ahead so that we might remain a shining city on a hill and the abiding beacon of freedom.
As we look to our Charters of Liberty and our strong foundation to fundamentally restore America, we’ll keep moving forward… and we’ll keep reporting on it ourselves.
This YouTube video is a reflection on what we as Americans need to look at before we lose it. The history is imprinted all over the corners of our country, with the colors and touches of these God-fearing souls, eager to meet and greet Sarah Palin wherever she went. This video is a wonderful flashback at her bus tour, with all the positive notes and lots of children…so happy, with so much optimism.
There are several layers to this video:
“Look at where we came from”
“We are great, wonderful people who have accomplished so many things”
“Look at where we are now”
“We are still great, wonderful people who can accomplish so much more”
“We need to step up to the plate to not lose what we have so far, and fix it”
“These children are our future; they are in our hands right now. Let’s not mess it up for them-let’s not pass them the troubles and the debt we are facing right now”
“Let’s not drown in sorrow nor be pessimistic-focus on all the positive things we got going for us, so we can get this country back on the right track”
Sarah Palin looked as comfortable as she can be, and blended in with the rest of the crowd in several of these images. In others, she just stood out. She has this aura, this presence that so many politicians really envy. This is just one of the several traits that Palin has that drives liberals, as Rush Limbaugh says, “discombombulated”.
I trust that there will be many more video messages from SarahPAC, as well as her regular messages where she takes it to the media. That’s next-that’s often.