Exciting time for Sarah Palin, she has really cemented herself as a powerful force for good, and a leading voice for the culure of life. Her steady media coverage is spot on, not too excessive, just enough to keep her name on the national stage. That is a very savvy and powerful strategy. With the Johston family drama ebbing away, hopefully for good, Palin's media focus is actually substantiative. First, she issued a statement supporting Miss California,Carrie Prejean. Noting,she knows all too well how it feels to be a Liberal target. Then her book deal made a big splash when it was announced, it certainly stirred a lot of buzz, friends and foe all had their analysis and commentary. Palin did not shy away from the Notre-Obama constrversy, she drove it home with a powerful anecdote that was e-mail to journalist, Holly Robichaud. In Robichaud's column, Palin shared her Irish grandfather's Catholic faith, and it's implications on the ongoing debate.
Most importantly though, Palin's full attention is on Alaska. With the recent ice/flooding in areas like Eagle, Palin personally visited and surveyed the damage. She is committed fully to the people of Alaska by being there in person to guide as their leader and support as one of them.
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