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Friday, August 29, 2008

Palin: Solid Conservative and Proven Reformer

Sen. McCain's choice for Vice President has a solid record as a reformer with impressive credentials as a movement conservative. She is a principled leader, and one with a proven ability to reach independent voters as well.

Governor Sarah Palin on taking office sold off the Governor's jet and put a stop to that ridiculous Bridge to Nowhere project. She's championed tax cuts, defended the second amendment and human life, and pushed through tough new ethics standards.

Here's what the Club for Growth says about her:

She is a principled reformer who understands how badly wasteful spending has marred the Republican brand.

Governor Palin has proven herself to be a reformer unafraid to take on the establishment, which she did early on when she took on the incumbent Republican governor of Alaska in 2006. Only nine months in office, Governor Palin instructed the state to abandon the notorious pork project secured by Alaska’s politicians, the $223 million "Bridge to Nowhere." While many Republicans in Congress are afraid to antagonize Washington’s biggest porkers, Sarah Palin stood strong for fiscal responsibility. Palin is also a persistent advocate of drilling in ANWR and expanding America’s domestic oil supply in general.

After watching the rally today in Dayton, it's clear to me that no one is going to push Sarah Palin around -- not Barack Obama (a/k/a "the one"), and definitely not Joe Biden.

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