Is this site endorsed by Sarah Palin?
No. This site is in no way endorsed by or connected to Governor Palin. When we say "unofficial", we mean TOTALLY unofficial.
Is the blogger who runs this site personally connected to Sarah Palin?
No. Adam Brickley has never met Governor Palin, and he had not heard of her until she won the GOP nomination for Governor of Alaska in 2006.
Is this an Alaskan blog promoting a "favorite daughter" candidate?
No. In fact, the proprietor has never even set foot in Alaska - he hails from the Rocky Mountain region of the lower 48 states.
Does the blogger on this site endorse any candidate for President?
Yes. While Sarah Palin would be a superb running mate for any of the GOP candidates, Adam Brickley endorses Rudy Giuliani. The reason he has elected to lay this fact on the table is that he will not go against Giuliani if Palin backs another candidate. That said, the Palin movement accepts support from all corners of the GOP and is willing to discuss Palin as a VP candidate for other potential nominees. She would fit VERY well with most of the men running for he GOP presidential nomination.
Has Sarah Palin endorsed any presidential candidate?
Has Sarah Palin expressed or implied any interest in the Vice-Presidency?
No. She seems focused on doing what's best for Alaska - which is exactly what she should be focused on right now.
Isn't it a little early to be talking about the VP nomination?
Yes. However, the race for Vice-President started long before this blog came into existence. Many of the "second-tier candidates for President" are actually angling for the No. 2 spot on the ticket (whether they're doing it purposefully or not). Furthermore, bloggers everywhere are already trying to predict what the Republican ticket will look like. If Sarah Palin's name is to be inserted into the "race" for VP, those who support her must start working to get her name out NOW!
Do you aspire to force the GOP to pick Sarah Palin for VP?
No. The goal of this site is merely to show the political establishment that Palin would be a good choice (and a better one than the names currently being circulated), because they probably wouldn't consider her otherwise. It is the belief of this site that the presidential nominee will like what he sees if he adds Gov. Palin to his list of perspective Vice-Presidents. However, a candidate must select the running mate that he believes is best for the country, not the one that a bunch of bloggers told him to.
Do you really think that a blog like this can affect the 2008 election?
Well, that really depends on you, the reader. If there is a lot of support for a Palin nomination, then TOGETHER we can have an effect on the political process in 2008. Is it going to be easy? No, but it is far from impossible. The power of the blogosphere to influence events is well documented (just ask Dan Rather), and the proprietor plans on aggressively promoting this site throughout the conservative blog world. Maybe it will make an impact, maybe it won't , but it is certainly worth a good college try.
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