By Gary P Jackson
Sarah Palin and Greta Van Susteren talk about the importance of evangelicals in this election. Not a lot here that you don’t already know. The most interesting news is that Greta actually met Sarah when she was still Mayor of Wasilla, before she became Governor. I’m more struck by Sarah herself. She is at peace here, intensely confident, and absolutely radiant.
Greta notes that Sarah recorded a message for evangelicals that is reaching millions. Here’s a portion of that message:
Our nation is at a crossroads. So please go to the polls and vote for the candidates who share your common-sense values. Urge your friends and family to vote, too. Thank you and God bless you.
Here’s a link to the audio.
David Brody writes:
In these last days before Election Day, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is wading into the presidential race. The Brody File has in its possession a robocall she made aimed at getting conservative faith voters to the polls. She recorded it for the Faith and Freedom Coalition.
The call has been sent to millions of evangelicals and conservative Catholic voters in the battleground states of Florida, Colorado, Iowa, Nevada, Wisconsin, Virginia, and Ohio. Palin goes on to push conservative talking points, including limited government, strong defense, and the life issue.
In case you wonder why Mitt Romney’s name isn’t mentioned, the Faith and Freedom Coalition is a 501c4 organization and therefore the mission is to do voter education and GOTV (Get Out The Vote) calls. It would be unlawful to mention actual candidates or political parties in these calls.
Sarah has endorsed Mitt Romney and SarahPAC has donated the maximum amount allowed by law to his campaign. [$5,000]
Video courtesy of our friends at SarahNet.