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Thursday, March 4, 2010

The Left's Fishing Expeditions

"Early to bed, early to rise. Fish all day and make up lies." This sarcastic fishing quote should be the liberal left's motto, especially for those who have nothing good to say about Gov. Palin. Conservatives4Palin's Tommy Report unearths the latest fishing expedition, in How can you tell if a source is lying?

Gov. Palin was at an Oscars gifting suite for a charity event. The liars - E Online - in this instance portrayed her as a diva run amok grabbing anything that was not nailed down, and refusing to permit photos of herself or to conduct interviews.

As Tommy Report points out, the entire story is false - considering that the source posted 10 photos of Gov. Palin at this event. Supporting evidence also debunks the claim that Gov. Palin and her staff did anything untoward. She did; however donate $1750 to the Red Cross, a fact conveniently omitted.

The Alinsky left has been on this diva mantra since they learned about Gov. Palin's existence. Negating the truth is an Alinsky rule. Interestingly, Oprah Winfrey was said to have been at Silver Spoon, and walked away with a swag bag. Where's the international news coverage? If you listen closely enough you might hear a cricket chirping. How is it possible that two celebrities attend and donate at the same event, one is the subject of a maliciously false story and the other is not covered at all? Classic case of Palin Derangement Syndrome. Anyone who met Gov. Palin knows she leads to serve, not to rule and is not materialistic.

Following is a statement from Silver Spoon on this matter:

The Silver Spoon, a company owned and operated by women and established with a firm belief in supporting women in business and leadership, invited Governor Sarah Palin and her family to participate in a charitable function sponsored by The Silver Spoon and the Red Cross to support the Red Cross’ disaster relief efforts in Haiti. Governor Palin graciously accepted since it was in support of such a worthy and timely cause. The governor arrived with a small group about 15 minutes prior to our store’s official opening; and upon arrival, she and her entire group gave generous donations to the cause. We offered to open early to accommodate her schedule; she did not ask us to open early. The other venders routinely set up an hour before the event opens, so they were already there when the governor arrived. No one was asked to come in early. When Governor Palin arrived, she and her guests made generous donations. I escorted her around and introduced her to every vendor, and they talked to her about their products and gifted her with samples. She never asked for anything but politely accepted the products. The governor and her family and guests were very gracious and respectful to everyone. We asked and the governor happily agreed to take a photo with the American Red Cross staff and the staff of The Silver Spoon. The governor stayed for a total of about 35 minutes, thanked everyone, made an additional generous personal donation pledge to the Red Cross, and then departed.

The stories currently circulating about Governor Palin’s attendance at our event are total fabrications. Just one example of the many falsehoods is the ridiculous idea that Governor Palin walked away with 40 AIAIAI headphones. In reality, she was given two pairs of AIAIAI headphones – one for herself and one for her daughter Bristol who could not attend the event. The idea that she took 40 pairs is an outrageous falsehood. It would have been impossible because the vendors only bring around 100 items for the entire two day event. They would have run out of product after an hour of opening yesterday.

Just to clarify things, the entire point of giving someone a swag bag is to have them take your product and hopefully purchase more. The whole point of giving away products is to “give them away.” That’s why we call this type of event style a “gifting suite.”

We would like an immediate retraction and an apology to The Silver Spoon, its vendors, and especially to Governor Sarah Palin.

Sounds like this fishing expedition got skunked.

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