Thursday, 23 July 2009
"I find the notion that I have taken any action pertaining to the legal defense trust fund misguided and factually in error... The fund itself was not created by me nor is it controlled by me... In short, I have not ‘acted' relative to the defense fund and it is misleading to say I have."
"The first and only time I have spoken with the Governor about the Trust was yesterday to alert her that I was responding to this violation of the law and leak of preliminary and confidential materials from the complainant."
If Kristan Cole never spoke to $arah Palin about the Trust until yesterday, how did the governor obtain the names and addresses of donors so she could send them handwritten thank you notes?
Did somebody leak this information to $arah behind Kristan's back???
As there were no disbursements from the fund whatsoever, did the governor pay for the cards, envelopes and postage out of her own pocket? (ha ha ha ha ha ha ha)
Some grateful donors show off their good fortune on Sarah Web Brigade:
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Alaska Fund Trust - Navy Vet Gets a Thank You
Navy veteran and Alaska citizen Mark Bowers (follow Mark on Twitter) received a pleasant surprise after he donated to the Alaska Fund Trust to preserve the integrity of the Governor's Office of the State of Alaska. His donation helps to cover the legal expenses of defending against the frivolous complaints filed against Governor Sarah Palin. She surprised him with a personally written thank you note from the governor herself.
I just picked up my mail, and sure enough, there I received a Thank YOu card, too. Several people at Team Sarah, and Conservatives4Palin are reporting that they too have gotten them. Gov. Palin sure has class, that's for sure. I can't remember getting anything from a politician before except a computer generated thank you, followed by a plea for more money.
May 26, 2009 7:49 PM
Ron Devito said...
I got one on May 26 for the donation and also for my work on a POTUS package. I'm still on cloud 9! I didn't blog about it yet, because I have a letter to the editor outstanding with the Frontiersman and I want that to hit first. But I will be posting about it soon.
May 28, 2009 8:05 PM
A few more on Texas4Palin:
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Donation prompts hand-written Palin thank you
If you have not donated the maximum amount of $150 to the Alaska Fund Trust, I urge you to do so right now. You can make your contribution here.
Update: As our commenters have reported, Gov. Palin is apparently hand-writing thank-you notes to many, if not all, donors to the legal defense fund. All the more reason to make your $150 contribution now. Someday you can show your grandkids that the first woman to be elected president of the U.S. sent you a personal message "back when."
I received a thank you note as well!
May 26, 2009 5:43 PM
I just went out and got my mail, and I received a Thank You card also. Numerous people at Team Sarah and Conservatives4Palin have reported receiving cards today.
May 26, 2009 7:54 PM
It's not just him, everyone is getting a personal signed letter.
It's very gracious of her, something that distinguihses the Gov. from the rest of the field but I am worried this might too much of her time. :)
May 26, 2009 7:58 PM
K. Carpenter said...
I got one also.
May 27, 2009 8:05 AM
Neat, eh? $uper$arah has some fantastic powers! The fund doesn't need an administrator. $arah has all the names, addresses and amounts given stored in her pretty head.
(H/T to Patrick & Kathleen and EyeOnYou)