Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Facebook Page "Americans for Sarah Palin" Are they really!?

"Americans for Sarah Palin" Are they really!?

There are many good Facebook pages out there supporting Governor Palin. A few out there seem to be all about trashing Governor Palin. One in particular that saddens me is "Americans for Sarah Palin". Seems like most of the comments there are nothing but anti Sarah Palin trash. I wrote their "Admins" on a couple occasions and have not heard back. I think this group actually started out as a Pro Sarah group but it sure does not seem that way now. They have nearly 145,000 members who I bet, thought they were joining a Pro Sarah group. I can no longer post on the page so I assume they have banned me. I had posted a comment asking where the Admins are and why do they allow such trash... I guess they did not like that. If you are a member of that page why don't you ask them why do they seem to come across as a Pro Sarah group but really are all about making Governor Palin look bad?

I am constantly trying to grow our 2012 DRAFT SARAH COMMITTEE Facebook Page so if you are on Facebook please feel free to join us.

Randy Highsmith

Sunday, February 21, 2010


When Governor Palin first announced that she would attend the Southern Republican Leadership Conference (SRLC), rather than the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), quite a bit of talk ensued. Last month, the 2012 Draft Sarah Committee sent out an Alert announcing our support of her decision. CPAC 2010 began last Thursday, and the conversations about her decision not to attend began again.

Now that CPAC has ended, we turn our attention to the upcoming SRLC. SRLC is considered to be “the real proving ground for gauging A POTUS Run,” as Ron Devito, 2012DSC supporter, points out in his article, “Why Gov Palin Chose SRLC Over CPAC.” He cites Politico and CNN. Both point out why SRLC is an essential place for potential presidential candidates to appear. Devito also highlights many of the issues that factored into Governor Palin’s decision to choose SRLC over CPAC.

Inasmuch as this committee’s goal is to encourage the governor to run for president in 2012, we very much look forward to her attending SRLC in April and learning the results of that particular straw poll. In fact, what would be even better is for many of her supporters to go to New Orleans and participate in the poll.

Read Ron Devito’s article here.

~ Randy Highsmith Chairman