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Thursday, September 16, 2010

Bristol Palin Discusses Dancing on Fox

Bristol Palin on Fox & Friends retrieved from Fox News

Bristol Palin today discussed Dancing with the Stars on Fox & Friends.

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Landslide for Michael Grimm in GOP Primary

In this mailing sent today, GOP Congressional candidate Michael Grimm discusses his primary victory on September 14 and his plans to defeat Michael McMahon (D) in the November 2 general election.

Grimm is running for New York’s 13th Congressional District, which covers Staten Island and part of Brooklyn. Governor Palin endorsed Grimm on July 28, 2010, along with John Gomez for NY-2 who ran unopposed and won. US for Palin Publisher, Ron Devito is campaigning for Grimm. For the primary, Devito walked door-to-door in the 60th and 79th Election Districts, installed lawn signs in the 10314 zip code, called voters on primary day and closed the PS 36 poll. When Devito arrived to the victory celebration, Allegretti had already called Grimm to concede. Watch Grimm's victory speech here.


Dear Friend:

Michael Grimm’s platform of jobs, smaller government and lower taxes propelled him to a landslide victory in the primary election for the Republican line in New York’s 13th Congressional District race.

The Marine combat veteran and former FBI agent won with nearly 70 percent of the vote gaining huge momentum in his challenge to Liberal Democrat incumbent Mike McMahon in a race that will help determine which party controls the house in the last two years of the Obama administration.

“The voters responded to my message that the borrowing and spending by Pelosi’s Congress is out of control and my promise to create jobs, fight taxes, and stand up to the Liberal faction that is controlling the national agenda today,” said Grimm, who thanked the grassroots Republican voters who propelled him to victory.

“We now set our sights on the establishment congressman who is out of touch with our local taxpayers and their call for real reform,” Grimm said, adding: “I’m not a politician beholden to the special interests like Congressman McMahon and I will fight for the people of Staten Island and Brooklyn, not the Beltway power brokers, or Nancy Pelosi.”

According to Grimm, the Democrats are so worried about a McMahon loss that they dispatched former President Clinton to the district and are pumping thousands of dollars in out-of-town money to salvage the Liberal-Democrat.

“The voters have spoken once in the Republican primary and they will speak again in November about the need for common sense policies in Washington,” Grimm continued. “They are rejecting the business-as-usual approach in Washington and the special interests which control the agenda at the expense of the taxpayers.”

“Everyone is crying out for change in our nation’s Capitol, except the Washington elite and one of their standard bearers, Congressman Mike McMahon,” Grimm concluded. “The momentum for real change has started and I will continue this fight trough Election Day and beyond.”

We thank you so much for your support.

Team Grimm

Michael Grimm is a Marine Combat Veteran of the Persian Gulf, former FBI undercover agent and a small businessman running for Congress in New York's 13th District.

For more information about his campaign or to donate, please go to www.GrimmforCongress.com.

You can also follow @Grimm4Congress on and

Grimm for Congress, 2381 Hylan Boulevard, Staten Island, NY 10306 (718) 887-3732
Paid for by Michael Grimm for Congress.
Copyright © 2010 Michael Grimm. All rights reserved.

Palin Calls for Unity behind Primary Winners in OK and on Fox

Gov. Palin Speaks at Tulsa, OK Liberty Council retrieved from PalinTV

Governor Palin last night delivered her Reagan Conservative message to the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs’ Liberty Gala in a 49-minute speech.

Time to Fight United video clip retrieved from PalinTV.

This video clip features excerpts from the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs’ Liberty Gala speech and interview with Charles Krauthammer in which she called for all Republicans to unite behind the 2010 primary election winners, many of who are from outside the political establishment.

H/T Sheya, PalinTV, and Conservatives4Palin

Irish Central: Palin's Endorsements Could Lead to White House

By Adrienne Ross - www.motivationtruth.com

Irish Central's Patrick Roberts makes an observation about what Governor Palin's power to influence elections might say about 2012. Other than his unexplained assertion about "extreme" Conservative candidates, he offers an interesting perspective. Roberts writes:

Christine O'Donnell's victory in Delaware is the equivalent of the shot heard around the world.

It shows that Sarah Palin will gallop to the Republican nomination in two years if the current seething anger in the party of Lincoln continues.

Who will stop Palin now with the Republican right in such a fired up, throw the bums out mood?

Mitt Romney, not on your Nellie?

Newt Gingrich? Last century's man.

O'Donnell's victory is far more significant than that of Joe Miller in Alaska. It occurred in a blue state where moderate Republicans long held sway.

She deposed Michael Castle, the very epitome of the establishment Republican party, a long time moderate who seemed a perfect fit for the vacant senate seat.

Along with Sharon Angle's victory in Nevada, it shows that the Republican right wing is transcendent that no candidate is too extreme for them and that the party has lurched far more to the right than anyone believed.

Back home in Alaska Sarah Palin may well be measuring her prospects for 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue if this continues.

As I have written here before it could well happen.