Governor Palin: One Classy Lady and Great American!

By John W. Lillpop

Who would blame Governor Sarah Palin if she were an angry white female after being used as a punching bag and scapegoat during the 2008 election?

However, the governor has recovered from the unfair attacks and bruises of the election campaign and, rather than holding a bitter partisan grudge, has shown great class and patriotism by offering to help President-elect Barack Obama in any way she can.

"It would be my honor to assist and support our new president and the new administration," said Palin in a report filed on CNN.com.**

The governor paid tribute to President-elect Barack Obama, saying she wishes him "well as the 44th president of the United States. If he governs with the skill, and the grace, and the greatness of which he is capable, we're going to be just fine."***

Governor Palin also wisely commented on the proposed expansion of the bail out package to auto makers and other companies by saying, "We're hearing now more talk of additional taxpayer bailouts ... for companies, for corporations, perhaps even states now who may be standing in line with their hands out despite, perhaps, some poor management decisions on their part that helped tank our economy," she said.

Americans owe a debt of gratitude to Governor Sarah Palin for putting campaign bitterness behind her and rallying behind Barack Obama, President-elect of these great United States.

Governor Palin really understands democracy and what it means to be an American. She will be heard from, and loudly, in the years ahead!