Monday, September 8, 2008

Governor Sarah Palin's Security Clearance

I just received the following information from Contrairimairi. You won't be hearing this on Oprah:

Hi, Mitchell,

Not sure where this one originated, but my sister sent it to me and I thought you might be interested. Sarah "alluded" to the fact she had some international experience, but never gave specifics. I guess now we know.

Important info ref: Palin's National Security Credentials

Just picked up some little known info on Palin's National Security Credentials. Some have shrugged off her position as Commander of the Alaskan National Guard but see this:

"Alaska is the first line of defense in our missile interceptor defense system. The 49th Missile Defense Battalion of the Alaska National Guard is the unit that protects the entire nation from ballistic missile attacks. Itʼs on permanent active duty, unlike other Guard units.

As governor of Alaska, Palin is briefed on highly classified military issues, homeland security, and counterterrorism. Her exposure to classified material ay rival even Biden's.

She's also the commander in chief of the Alaska State Defense Force (ASDF), a federally recognized militia incorporated into Homeland Security's counterterrorism plans.

Palin is privy to military and intelligence secrets that are vital to the entire country's defense. Given Alaska's proximity to Russia, she may have security clearances we don't even know about.

According to the Washington Post, she first met with McCain in February, but nobody ever found out. This is a woman used to keeping secrets.

She can be entrusted with our national security, because she already is."

That is probably at least one click above a "Community Organizer".

3 comments:

Jana said...

Obviously no one looks at the truth search sites.
see:http://www.truthorfiction.com/rumors/p/palin-national-guard.htm
people should always check all sources before printing things as "truth"

Dave said...

Haha! You got suckered by an email rumor!

Better luck next time - always a good idea to check your facts before blindly passing stuff along.

If it's true, let's see a link to the Washington Post article that was mentioned. No link, no truth.

This is nothing more than someone taking the things that are true of all governors and then embellishing them to sound more important than they really are.

Mitchell Langbert said...

I attributed it to the sender. I did not say it was true. Maybe you should re-read what I said there.