The Wall Street Journal reported the news of the pending launch of Sarah Palin’s new political organization, to be timed with the release of her best pre-release seller Going Rogue, An American Life.
The Socialists mill around complaining about Obama’s Jack & Squat accomplishments and make little squeaky sounds in Sarah’s direction as compared to what Sarah Palin has in store for them and their snarky Ideology which is ruining the country.
Millions chanted “Can You Hear Me Now?”
Sarah Palin will change the Washington game and will start rallying them into a very powerful coalition to add power and focus to their goals and voices.
Her GOP opponents who are still failing to take the intuitive will get flatted in the stampede of raw emotion and determination.
This is about the disenfranchised ignored masses calling out the Socialists who are systematically Transforming Their America into a Foreign Country.
Though Sarah Palin has not officially released information, as of this writing, such as its name, etc… The Media Rumor is it will be called “Stand Up For Our Nation.”
For more on this story see the Wall Street Journal Article…
Sarah Palin fans can expect to see a new Palin political organization surface as her memoir, “Going Rogue: An American Life,” hits the shelves next month.
- Associated Press
“There will be an announcement about it coming up,” Palin associate Tim Crawford said Wednesday.
The New York Post reported this week that Palin’s new group will be called “Stand Up For Our Nation.” (News Corp. owns both the Post and The Wall Street Journal as well as HarperCollins Publishers, publisher of Palin’s book.) Crawford, who is treasurer of Palin’s existing political-action committee, SarahPAC, refused to provide any details about the new organization’s purpose or structure.
But Palin supporters say the former Alaska governor and last year’s GOP vice presidential nominee is eager to keep the public’s attention, even as she rakes in big earnings. “She wants to continue to be in a position to help causes dear to her heart and help people close to her,” said Fred Malek, a former fund-raiser for Sen. John McCain. Unlike many who were at McCain’s side during the 2008 campaign, Malek remains on friendly terms with Palin.
Palin’s spokeswoman, Meghan Stapleton, did not respond to numerous requests for comment.