Governor Palin's Brother Has a Message For Her Supporters

Friday, October 7, 2011

Chuck Heath, Governor Palin's brother, reached out yesterday to her supporters, via Conservatives4Palin. Chuck is a great guy who is clearly as much of a believer in the Governor as we are. He also has great appreciation for those of us who have had her back these last few years. Below are his two comments:

I would like to personally thank all of you who have worked so hard and really thrown your hearts into supporting Sarah. I, like many of you, was really disappointed in her decision but I completely understand it. I don’t think there are many people out there who could begin to understand the scrutiny her family has been under. As for you who think that Sarah strung you along; as late as last week, right after I interviewed with Steve Bannon, I talked with Sarah and she was still pushing hard and contemplating a run. After a lot of prayers, and finally, through respect for her own family’s wishes, she chose to wait this one out.

Be assured that Sarah’s not done. She will continue to be a force in the political world and I’m sure she’ll be holding whoever’s elected in any important upcoming elections accountable for their actions. In my opinion, I believe she’ll arise again even stronger than before.

Please try to respect her decision, and once again, thank you so much for the support you’ve shown her.

Sincerely,
Chuck Heath, Jr.
Sarah’s brother

Thanks again for all [your] encouraging comments. You people found a common bond in your support of Sarah and the ideals she stands for and I'm sure the last thing Sarah would want is for her decision to divide you. As I said earlier, try to respect it. She will still be there fighting the good fight. Stay united and let's get someone in there who will truly work for the people and right this sinking ship. Stay involved! We're going to be okay.

Chuck is a class act.

2 comments:

Kenneth Patton October 7, 2011 at 9:05 PM  

It will still be some time to get over my disappointment. I had prayed too... I felt God was calling her for such a time as this and I feel she became overly concerned for herself... If the founding fathers had felt that way no one would have shown up in Philadelphia in the summer of 1776. Elijah ran away too, but God told him there were others.... When he was afraid, God corrected him. I feel she has missed God's calling.... The nation if frail and on the edge of the abyss. Now is not the time for timid souls...... just saying....Kenny Patton

Centenniel October 8, 2011 at 3:24 AM  

Kenneth, I don't believe Sarah was concerned for herself, necessarily. She has always said, that her getting in the race is not about 'her' or 'any one candidate'. But I do believe her decision had everything to do with respecting her family's wishes and what is in all of their best interest at this time.

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