Time to Help

There’s been a good deal of talk in Palinista country about how to prepare for the day an official campaign will begin.  From my point of view, I think you need to consider carefully the words of Karen Allen, the Organize4Palin national director.

In a post on Conservatives4Palin, she wrote:

“With her recent speeches in Iowa and New Hampshire, who can deny that Governor Palin has helped shape discussion among lawmakers and candidates alike with her straight talk on crony capitalism and federal burdens on businesses? Would these issues have even been addressed in the depth they are now, if she had not brought them to the forefront?”

If you’re a Palin supporter, and you want to join our battle, please follow the link above and read the rest of the article.

While you’re at it, seek out other Americans willing to lead.  Send them here to read up, but more importantly, send them to these:

Make no mistake: We’re in a battle for our country.  Standing on the sidelines is no longer enough.

Get out there, and do the legwork on behalf of your country. Politics isn’t really a spectator sport, and as much as it is easier sometimes to let others speak on our behalf, if we’re going to win in 2012, and begin to restore our nation, it’s going to take you.

Some of you have asked me why I don’t have advertising on this site: It’s because I know advertising can become annoying, but it also means that this site and its message only spreads because you put it out there.  With thousands of viewers daily, you’ve done a tremendous service, but we have millions to reach.  Let’s also talk to the unconverted. Let’s go out and make our arguments.  That’s what my blog is all about.  Preaching to the choir is always easier, because they’re inclined to listen.  More difficult is the work of finding new people and new talent who just need the right bit of impetus.

You can provide it.  If you’re a supporter of Sarah Palin, join with me and others in spreading the word:

It’s time for we cubs to do some roaring of our own!

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