Sarah Palin, despite the insults and personal attacks thrown at her by those who are afflicted with Palin Derangement Syndrome or the insults hurled by those who can’t accept a strong, independent woman in politics, still gives one hell of a speech.
She addressed the Republican Governor’s Association recently and gave her remarks on the current political landscape and where we should go from here.
Regardless of your opinion of her, she is going to be around on the American political scene for a very long time. Here is what she had to say:
According to Town Hall:
|Sarah Palin called on fellow Republican governors to keep the new president and his strengthened Democratic majority in check on issues from taxes to health care as she signaled she’ll take a leadership role in a party searching for a new standard-bearer.
Palin noted that Congress is led by the likes of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Rep. Barney Frank, and said it was incumbent upon GOP governors to ensure that the federal government doesn’t take over the health care system. She said if Obama and the new Congress “err on the side of excess taxes, we have to show them the way.”
You can access the complete article on-line here:
Palin Urges GOP Governors To Keep Democrats Honest
November 13, 2008