The Shotgun Blog
Tuesday, January 27, 2009
Sarah Palin starts her own Political Action Committee: SarahPAC
Sarah Palin's Official PAC
Dedicated to building America's future, supporting fresh ideas and candidates who share our vision for reform and innovation.
SarahPAC believes America's best days are ahead. Our country, founded on conservative principles and the fight for freedom, must confront the challenges of the 21st century with integrity, innovation, and determination.
SarahPAC believes energy independence is a cornerstone of the economic security and progress that every American family wants and deserves.
SarahPAC believes the Republican Party is at the threshold of an historic renaissance that will build a better future for all. Health care, education, and reform of government are among our key goals. Join us today!
Posted by: Mike Brock | 2009-01-27 12:51:10 PM
Why not PalinPac? It rhymes.
Imagine a Palin/Paul ticket. That would be something to support!
Posted by: Matthew Johnston | 2009-01-27 1:03:28 PM
Nah then Palin wouldn't have a chance.
Posted by: Zebulon Pike | 2009-01-27 1:10:13 PM
"Why not PalinPac? It rhymes."
The "Pa" in "Palin" in pronounced "Peh" the "Pa" in "Pac" is pronounced "Pah". Therefore the only similar sound is the "P".
incorporating alliteration into the title may make it more catchy. However I would sleep easier believing she has no future political aspirations.
Posted by: Steven Wilson | 2009-01-27 1:24:51 PM
Sarah Palin can deliver the kind of change Americans thought they were voting for with Obama.
She took on the comfortable establishment in Alaska and won, but obviously the establishment in Washington is a tougher nut to crack - especially considering the media cannot accept a leader from what they consider their 'proletariat'.
Sarah Palin would make a great President, hopefully in 2012 she'll send Obama packing.
Posted by: Philanthropist | 2009-01-27 2:33:26 PM
Looks like she wants to be re-elected as governor and try for the nomination in '12. She's gathering chits, as Nixon did in 1966.
Posted by: Rick Hiebert | 2009-01-27 7:06:31 PM
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