December 13th, 2010
11:30 AM ET

Sarah Palin visits Haiti with Christian group

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin was in Haiti on Sunday, urging the U.S government and other Americans to do more to help the earthquake-ravaged country.

"Not to get political, but if some of the politicians would come here and see the conditions perhaps they would see the need for, say, a military airlift to bring the supplies that are so needed here," she said.

Palin spoke at a brief press conference at a warehouse owned by the Samaritan's Purse organization north of Port-au-Prince.

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soundoff (88 Responses)
  1. RightTurnClyde

    Sarah Palin is a good Christian woman (and that makes her BETTER than 90% of the Congress (or the White House). She governed the largest state in the U.S and did a good job of it. Her personal life is unsullied (after intensive scrutiny) unlike Jonathan Edwards, Kerry (the river boatman), Gore (the carbon dealer). Rangel could not live by her standards and neither could Murtha, or Waters or Waxman or Boxer or Pelosi. Arnold broke ALL of his promises (he could not live by her standards .. and did not). The Illinois governorship is jump off point to federal prison. Not much better for New York governors, New Jersey, Massachusetts. AND YET . the liberal media destroyed her.

    December 15, 2010 at 11:00 am |
    • NL

      Shouldn't you be saying "IF Sarah Palin is a good Christian woman...?"
      You're not God, and you can't see into her heart, so you have no way of really knowing if she is being sincere or not, do you? Didn't Christ warn about judging others?

      December 15, 2010 at 5:18 pm |
  2. JF

    It's ok to play your games in the USA with people that have things. But by going there playing with people in great pain, is
    like playing with GOD. Do not let your big head get you in trouble with GOD little girl.

    December 14, 2010 at 8:49 pm |
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