Skip to comments.Governor Palin to Reportedly Make an October Speech in South Korea
Posted on 08/31/2011 9:46:41 PM PDT by ak267
By Whitney Pitcher (C4P):
Governor Palin will reportedly make a speech in South Korea in October. This will mark the third trip to Asia in just over two years for the Governor. She delivered two weighty policy speeches in her previous trips: one at a business convention in Hong Kong in September of 2009 and in India this past spring as well focusing on foreign, energy and economic policies. This upcoming speech seems to be another policy heavy speech as well.
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Japan would be better.
This is just breaking, she could esily make side trip to multiple countries (China, Japan, Taiwan, etc.,). All in good time.
Korea is an emerging “little tiger” and a key ally.
One of their top potential Presidential candidates in S. Korea is a woman named Park Geun Hye, the daughter of a former President. She’s also in the more conservative party of the two main ones.
If she comes here.. I will personally take a day off to see here... and take the picture of JimRob with me to show her :D
btw, that was a 5 minute job.. will work to improve it :p
Interesting. Thanks for the info.
If she went to Taiwan and skipped China, they’d really go crazy.
Are you in or near Tokyo?
I am in Chiba.. 30 minute drive or 35 by train ;)
S. Korea is a mini-superpower and rising in economic and cultural stature by the day. Most importantly, it is a powerful spiritual force in the world with more global missionaries hailing from S. Korea these days than any other country in the world!!!
It is also strategically important with regard to its proximity to China and North Korea.
And I still haven’t slept.. working on graphics >.< too addicting :p
MUST .. s.l.ee...p
Good night, dear friend. Sweet sleep and dreams!
May God always bless and keep you.
Same to you :^)
see you on my next round :D
Thanks for sharing that about the missionaries. I didn’t realize that.
Very world leader-esque...
Would a presidential candidate be permitted to be paid for a speech?
I don’t think she is running anymore.
A domestic policy speech would make more sense than going to South Korea for the third time in 2 years. Sarah isn’t going to ever beat Obama of even others in the GOP field on foreign policy, and if she’s doing it because of the media playing up her harmless “North Korean allies” speech, she can’t win that battle.
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