Wednesday, September 26, 2007

WHY SARAH PALIN FOR THE NATION'S HIGHEST OFFICES?

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But why Gov. Sarah Palin for the nation's highest offices? She's scrupulously honest, which puts her at odds with the state's pervasively corrupt Republican office holders.

She's able to win elections against both powerful Republicans (Frank Murkowski) and Democrats (Tony Knowles). She's completely uninterested in using political office to enrich herself and her family. She's BOTH a female professional AND a working mother. She's not only FOR the "workingman," she's married to one (commercial fisherman and oil field production worker).

She's a devoted Christian whose religious beliefs have NOT curdled into sanctimony and self-congratulation.She not only "supports" our troops, but also has a beloved son -- Track -- who's one of them.

She's an expert on energy and the environment, two of the great issues of our time. She's a lifetime advocate of the sanctity of life and gun rights, but does a minimum of pandering on either.

That's why I support Sarah Palin for vice-president and, in God's own good time, for President. Those with eyes to see detect signs there of another Washington, Lincoln, or Reagan. She's a person whose communication skills and character have earned her the nation's highest approval ratings.

She's a breath of fresh air in a political atmosphere -- Republican and Democrat -- that's generally stultifying. For a nation in need of strong leadership, Sarah is the best our nation has.

Stephen R. Maloney
Ambridge, PA

1 comment:

GenXDad said...

There's a growing movement among Washington insiders to get Palin to run for the Alaska Senate seat, which would bring to three the number of corrupt Alaskan politicians Palin has vanquished.

Whether this is a result of the Draft Palin movement, or an effort to head it off at the pass is up for debate, but it's clear we're being recognized by Washington.