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Thursday, May 21, 2009

Governor Sarah Palin's Statement Contrasting Obama and Steele

Below is Governor Sarah Palin's eloquent statement about her opposition to Obama's policies and her support for RNC Chairman Michael Steele. Her statement is posted on SarahPAC at http://www.sarahpac.com/news/news28.aspx.

Statement from Governor Sarah Palin

The transition from Candidate Obama to President Obama has been as predictable as Alaska's winter snow.

We are now witnessing actions that will lead to a monumental shift away from free market capitalism and the strong work ethic that built this great country. 'Change' in this administration has meant rapid movement toward massive government growth, huge tax burdens on future generations, and an unprecedented reliance upon foreign countries.

Today, we learned that Obama’s decisions continue to impact Alaskans; while we as taxpayers now own General Motors, Obama closes another dealership – this time in Soldotna as more of Alaskans’ hard-earned money and jobs are lost to big government. Government should not be in the auto industry business. In Alaska, we have also seen a shift in federal priorities that threaten the loss of subsidized village health care services under the same candidate who led you to believe he'd insure all Americans. The inconsistent messages and actions are unsettling.

But we have another voice in Washington, DC – a man who understands what Alaskans believe: less centralized government control, restrained budgets, more opportunity for development, and fewer taxes. Today, we have a friend in RNC Chairman Michael Steele and his bold and courageous speech defines his leadership goals that will guide us all through this most difficult time for our nation.”

Governor Sarah Palin

1 comment:

  1. Michael Steele was born to a single mother who chose adoption,not abortion. The family that adopted him were Democrats. When his father dies, his mother worked several jobs to keep from going on welfare. Michael Steele studied to be a priest at Villanova University, but after 2 years left to pursue another vocation.Steele is married and has 2 sons.