From Governor Palin’s Facebook page:
Todd and I and our family would like to wish you all a happy Memorial Day weekend. We’d especially like to offer our best wishes to our friends in Rolling Thunder who will be taking part in their Ride for Freedom this weekend in D.C. as they do each year to honor our vets and specifically to bring awareness to POW/MIA issues. We were honored to join them last year.
We were both sad to learn that Preston “Jay” Fairlamb, Jr., one of the organizers of Rolling Thunder and someone who made us so welcome last year, tragically died in an accident last week. Jay was a Vietnam vet, a retired New Jersey State Trooper, and a great American who will be dearly missed. Please keep his wife, his children, grandchildren and his innumerable friends in your prayers.
On this Memorial Day weekend, may God bless our brave men and women in uniform.
- Sarah Palin
The “Associated Depressed” already put their piece out; not much of a surprise but they did keep it short (as they wrote Palin’s speech was short.)
Breitbart snatched it but still the inspiration is out there on Twitter as I post this, almost an hour later. I wonder if it’s constrained because they dashed and wrote the article fast, or if they are getting to the point where both Palin and Trump are calling them out as biased.
What a heartwarming experience! I love it when wishes are granted, especially for very young children. I posted below the press conference with the proclamation, and Jesse’s twin brother the Lieutenant Governor for the day.
Everybody knew that these boys being so cute, would have handsome parents…well we’re right! Click on the link below:
Now there are lots of sour grapes in New Jersey that think this is all a waste of time and taxpayer’s money, and whining about the cuts. But what about this: Do they raise a stink when six officials collect their paychecks, AND their pensions at the same time (in other words, double-dipping?)
Tonight the liberals’ heads exploded again.
Just finished watching Governor Palin‘s interview with Sean Hannity and I must say, I did applaud when she stated again, that she “won’t sit down and shut up.” Holding on to the Bible and those who love you and support you throughout the toughest times in your lives makes a great difference in the world.
Sarah has shown courage, grace and has endured what nobody else has. She did give us a peek as to how the mainstream media operates-one of the reasons I believe she resists going to interviews: They call for a reaction; when she chose not to until facts came in, then she did react. But for the media, it was just too late.
Thank God for liberals; if it wasn’t for them, who’d we be fighting against? That’s my take for this evening.
UPDATE: Real Clear Politics just uploaded the video interview. Watch it here.
- Sarah Palin To Sit Down With Sean Hannity For First Interview Since Arizona Shooting (mediaite.com)
- Sarah Palin to Appear on Hannity Monday – CBS News (news.google.com)
I hate violence. I hate war. Our children will not have peace if politicos just capitalize on this to succeed in portraying anyone as inciting terror and violence. Thanks for all you do to send the message of truth and love and God as the answer. -Sarah