Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Sarah Palin on Energy for America

Here is an interview with Sara Palin that was done August 1st 2008, by Larry Kudlow. She talks about America's energy needs and what Alaska can offer, and how and why she needed to fight the corruption in the state to achieve the natural gas pipeline to the lower 48.

My Interview with Alaska Governor Sarah Palin
Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has exactly the high energy, political toughness, and conservative reform message that would boost Sen. John McCain’s presidential run if Big Mac were to put her on the ticket. In an interview last evening on CNBC, Palin was very clear on her drill, drill, drill message for Alaska and the rest of the U.S., along with her strong supply-side tax-cutting and free-market economic views. She did not shirk from questions about an investigation of her firing the state’s safety commissioner. She told us she has nothing to hide — let them bring it on.

Palin is dealing with Alaska’s culture of corruption by supporting all manner of reform and investigation. She basically dissed Ted Stevens, calling him a distraction. She then talked about cleansing the Republican party of all the pork-barrel corruption that cost it the congressional election of November 2006.

Palin’s response to all the vice-presidential talk is fascinating. It was a point of view I have never heard before and it underscored her independence. I have interviewed all the veep prospects, and I still have Gov. Palin at the top of my list.

I hope readers will enjoy this interview: [...]

(bold emphasis mine) I enjoyed it! And in case you missed it, this video is also excellent:

A practical energy policy we can believe in. Follow the "Energy VP" link below, where Pat has a link to the entire video.

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