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VP Sarah Palin to Reduce Government

By: Steve Johnson

9/4/2008 - 22 Comments

In her speech last night at the Republican National Convention, Sarah Palin directly confronted her criticism over the last few days. 

Sarah proudly introduced her family and her experience as the executive leader of Alaska. Sarah reminded America that Senator Obama had no executive experience. She ripped Obama's energy policy, his lack of foreign policy experience and his lack of leadership to protect America.  Sarah said, "John McCain is not looking for a fight, but he is also not afraid of one"  "John McCain is the only one that has actually fought for America."

Sarah reminded the Republican crowd of Obama's comments at a San Francisco fundraiser in April about bitter small-town residents.

"We don't quite know what to make of a candidate who lavishes praise on working people when they are listening and then talks about how bitterly they cling to their religion and guns when those people aren't listening,"

Sarah told the crowd the truth about Obama's plan to raise corporate, business and personal taxes and his plan to reduce the productivity and freedom of the economy by expanding the government.

Before Sarah, Rudy Giuliani told the crowd that Biden has never led anything. Rudy went on to rip Obama when he said;

"How dare they question whether Sarah Palin has enough time to spend with her children and be vice president?" "When do they ever ask a man that question?"

And the crowd went crazy.

Rudy Giuliani, mayor of New York during the Sept. 11 attacks, said Wednesday night that Barack Obama and the Democrats "are in a state of denial" about the threat of terrorism against the United States.

Rudy talked about how the Democrats have tried to paint the voting picture as if it is about "voting for change verses voting for more of the same", while the real picture is about "voting for bad change verses voting for good change". 

Sarah Palin is the perfect candidate for the Republican Party VP, as a pro-life, pro-family, pro-gun, pro-energy and pro-military candidate.  But that very fact that she is a powerful and successful woman will no doubt draw many votes.

The Economy

The economy is the number one issue and whoever becomes president will have a very difficult time as many major economic problems are on the horizon.  The historically repeatable knee jerk reaction to blame free market capitalism and increase government power when the economy turns down, as Obama has proposed, has never been the right decision.  Free market capitalism didn't fail, the government did and expanding the government will only increase the problems. The Federal Reserve's influence on the financial markets is the root cause behind the housing bubble that is bringing the economy to its knees. We need higher interest rates, less government, less regulations and lower taxes to increase small business growth which will result in new jobs and a growing economy. 

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