Pottential plans for America from Palin

Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin pledged on Tuesday to use his executive experience in dealing with government reform and energy independence, if she and Senator John McCain will win this year’s presidential election.
“It will be government reform because that is what I could do as mayor and as governor, you take the special interests and free treatment. Yes, you ruffle feathers and you have the scars to prove it,” Palin said Tuesday.
“You have to give the people in that faith in his own government. This is your government and we have to put back on his side,” he said.

Palin said she and McCain, the Republican presidential candidate, discussed the possibility of their work on the issue of energy independence if it becomes Vice President.

“That has been my strong as the governor of a state energy producer and a former chairman of the of the energy regulator – entity up there in Alaska,” he said.

“[I] look forward to that and that’s a matter of national security, and our opportunities for economic prosperity.”

Palin also said to help families with children with special needs and cleaning up on Wall Street are among the other “missions” and that McCain had discussed.

Palin stressed that his executive credentials as mayor of Wasilla, Alaska, and the governor of Alaska, in contrast to what he said was Senator Barack Obama’s lack of experience leadership.

“We do not like to sound our own horn so you do not,” said Palin. “But I have, I have more experience than Barack Obama does. You know, he had served for 300 days before he became a presidential candidate and not in executive positions.”
Palin Tuesday also apologized for any misunderstanding caused when he referred last week to the patriotic values of “the real America” and “pro-American areas of this great nation.”

Palin and other Democrats criticized for seeming to imply that some parts of the country are more patriotic than others.

“I do not want misunderstood,” said Palin. “If that’s the way it was, I apologize.”

The governor of Alaska made the remarks at a fundraising event in North Carolina last week.

“We believe that the best of America is in these small cities that we visited, and in these wonderful little pockets of what I call the real America, to be here with all of you who work hard, very patriotic, very pro-American areas this great nation, “he told the crowd.

On Tuesday, Palin also addressed Democratic vice presidential candidate Sen. Joe Biden in the sense that Senator Barack Obama will be tested from the very beginning of his time in office.

At a fundraiser Sunday night, Biden said that after taking office, “is not going to be six months before the world evidence of Barack Obama as did John Kennedy. … We are going to have a crisis international, generated a crisis, to test the mettle of this kind. ”

Palin Griffin said the commentary points to the dangers of electing a relatively inexperienced person

“We need to thank Joe [Biden] on warning,” said Palin.
Biden point, according to a statement issued later, was that “we need steady leadership in times tumultuous, no … the stubborn ideology of John McCain.”

Palin was arrested under a socialist label Obama Tuesday, although she and others have called his socialist fiscal policy.

“I will not call it a socialist, but as” Joe the Plumber “he said, it seems that socialism him,” said Joe “the plumber” Wurzelbacher.

The GOP ticket and his supporters have invoked Joe Plumber on numerous occasions since the Ohio man faces Obama about his tax policy at a time of improvised campaign.

Palin said Wurzelbacher is representative of “Jane and Molly engineer the dental hygienist and teacher Chuck.”

Obama defended his decision to increase taxes on couples earning more than $ 250,000 a year while cutting taxes for people with lower incomes, Wurzelbacher saying that “when you spread the wealth around, it’s good for All “.

Palin said the policy was “not good for the entrepreneurial spirit that built this great country,” the economy or small businesses.

Obama versus McCain brushed and characterization Palin on Sunday in Fayetteville, North Carolina.

“John McCain thinks that the administration of these Americans is to break a socialism,” said Obama. “Well, I call it opportunity, and there’s nothing more American than that.”

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