Sarah Palin: Faith, Family, Freedom: Remembering What Really Matters

Thursday, December 3, 2009

God bless Governor Palin. What an example of love for God, country, and military she is. Her life testifies, too, to the power of good old fashioned hard work.

Via her Facebook page:

Faith, Family, Freedom: Remembering What Really Matters

My parents and I just had a wonderful time at “Hard Work U” – the school motto of College of the Ozarks. It earned that proud nickname because students there work their way through college and graduate with little or no debt. (In other words, a place after my own heart, and the hearts of others who worked their way through college and, like me, maybe took five years to finish because of work schedules!)

At tonight’s patriotic event at the college we heard some amazing personal stories of heroism and sacrifice by our military veterans in attendance, including members of our Greatest Generation, who we honored tonight. It was such an inspiration to hear their stories and affirm the principles that make this country great – faith, hard work, perseverance, patriotism, and public service.

All Americans need to hear from these true, proud patriots. May we never forget their fight for freedom. Their battles make the petty shots and irrelevant “challenges” some of us face today pale in comparison. I thank them for allowing us a healthy perspective and a reminder of what really matters.

- Sarah Palin

PS: Please enjoy the photos below from Arizona, New Mexico, and Missouri!*

* Click here to see these photos.

2 comments:

digit65 December 3, 2009 at 3:18 PM  

Interesting...she wants us all to hear the stories from that night but only those given tickets where allowed in and the press was kept out completely.
Wasilla hillbilly strikes again!

Adrienne Ross December 3, 2009 at 4:14 PM  

digit65,

It's not her fault if you didn't get your ticket on time. She didn't decide which people managed to get their tickets before they ran out.

About the press...maybe you should do a little research into why the speech was closed to the press.

"Hillybilly"? Well, that comment just reveals your lack of character--which is what everyday, hard-working Americans are sick and tired of. That's why millions find her a breath of fresh air. She doesn't have that arrogance that is running rampant in uppity people who think they're better than others--you know, people who use the term "hillbilly" to characterize someone they think is beneath them.

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