God Bless Governor Palin
By Charlotte Tanner
September 23, 2007
It is so refreshing to have a Governor that is not only fiscally
responsible, but does not allow herself to be baffled by "the
OldBoy" BS. Sarah Palin is a breathe of fresh air in Alaska
Politics. God Bless her, and her integrity. May she continue
to be as honest as she has shown herself to be since her election.
And YES, right at this moment I am referring to the "Bridge
to Nowhere".... but she has also proven her ability to see
through other pork barrel scams perpetrated by our incumbent
Thieves in DC.
About: "First came to
Alaska on the M/V Wickersham in 1968. Have raised two college
educated children, thanks to KIC, in Alaska. Now working as
an Americorps Volunteer in Louisville, KY for a year."
Received September 22, 2007
- Published September 23, 2007
Access Bridge Is Not the Answer Says Governor - Alaska Governor
Sarah Palin today directed the Department of Transportation and
Public Facilities to look for the most fiscally responsible alternative
for access to the Ketchikan airport and Gravina Island instead
of proceeding any further with the proposed $398 million bridge.
Friday - September 21, 2007
Sinking of the Gravina Island Bridge
Astounds Stedman -
Senator Bert Stedman (R-Sitka) was astounded by the Governor's
announcement today that she was unilaterally cancelling the Gravina
Island Bridge project. "Improving access to Gravina Island
has been an economic priority for the community of Ketchikan,
the State of Alaska and our congressional delegation for over
30 years. I'm shocked that the Governor would ignore the significant
energy, hard work and financial resources already invested in
the project", Sen Stedman said. - More...
Friday PM - September 21, 2007
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