February is Reagan/Palin Appreciation Month

Monday, January 24, 2011

As February approaches, I ask that you join Governor Palin's supporters in celebrating Reagan/Palin Appreciation Month. Fay, publisher of Sarah Palin Information Blog, announces:
February is the month five of our presidents were born (4 past and 1 future). It also marks the 100th anniversary of President Reagan’s birth. We would celebrate Governor Palin’s and President Reagan’s birthdays anyway, but since the liberal media has called for a Palin moratorium, the authors at the Sarah Palin Information Blog have decided to spearhead a Reagan/Palin Appreciation Month. We want to honor Reagan for his outstanding service to our country, and we want to honor Governor Palin for her accomplishments and for all she continues to do for our country.

President Reagan fought Communism from the time he worked in Hollywood through his years in office and won the Cold War without firing a shot. His famous line, “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!” will ring through history. America prospered during his Presidency as Reaganomics stimulated the economy, increased employment, and cut taxes and government expenditure. Ronald Reagan’s policies also increased the strength of our military.

Governor Sarah Palin has stood up and spoken out fearlessly in defense of conservative principles and national security when others remained silent,and she has taken the darts and arrows for doing so. And we have seen over an over that she was right. Her tireless efforts during the mid-term elections also helped elect men and women who will represent the American people instead of the establishment. All of her supporters are waiting anxiously in the hope that she will run for President and help lead our country out of the mess the current administration has gotten us into.

During February, as we celebrate President Reagan’s legacy and Governor Palin’s accomplishments, the Palin-friendly blogs that participate in Reagan/Palin Appreciation Month will be ramping up their coverage of all things Sarah Palin in a show of support for Governor Palin. We are asking all Sarah Palin supporters to sign the Reagan/Palin Appreciation Month Proclamation. Palin-friendly blogs that want to participate in this celebration can request to be added as sponsors of the Proclamation by using the Contact Petition Sponsor button on the petition website after signing the Proclamation.

February is barely a week away now, so let’s get organized to have a great month of celebration for two great Presidents – one who has finished his course and one who is waiting in the wings to bear his torch.


Jan Evans aka nativevoice January 24, 2011 at 8:33 PM  

Adrienne I guess you have heard of IOwnTheWorld holding an “All Palin February” and February is also Black History Month. My question to you is how can conservatives fight the racism charge that the left will probably use in this endeavor to bring Gov. Palin's accomplishments to the forefront. You being a good friend of Gov. Palin should publish some articles for her. Her is the email address for IOwnTheWorld bigfurhat.mail@gmail.com.
God Bless you and Keep up your great work for the Lord.

Adrienne Ross January 24, 2011 at 9:57 PM  

Jan, no, I had not heard about IOwnTheWorld doing this. Awesome!

Yes, February is indeed Black History Month, and I always celebrate it with my students. As for the Left trying to make a big race deal out of celebrating Pres. Reagan and Gov. Palin in February, what else is new? Reagan was born when he was born. We can celebrate several things simultaneously, as far as I'm concerned. The day we allow the Left to dictate what we do based on their view of the world, we're in deep trouble.

Keep up the good work.

Anonymous,  January 25, 2011 at 7:50 AM  

Hi Adrienne,

IOwnTheWorld is indeed organizing an "All Palin February". We would like all bloggers to participate. You can read about it at
http://iowntheworld.com/blog/?p=56386. Please consider submitting one of your favorite articles. Thanks. You have a great site!


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