Palin "looks forward to doing all she can to bring about positive change many desire and deserve, across Alaska and our great nation, through this National Council for a New America and others," Meghan Stapleton, a spokeswoman for SarahPAC, said in an e-mail.The drive-by media has tried to light another fire, speculating wildly about why Gov. Palin had not responded to the group's invitation. When will the drive-bys learn that the governor doesn't just rush into decisions lightly, preferring instead the more prudent path of giving things due consideration? Yes, I know, it was a rhetorical question.
Stapleton said Palin's primary focus, though, is her home state. Palin "is focused on moving Alaska forward and pushing for her goals which include providing energy independence and security for Alaskans and Americans," she said.
Update 1: Rush weighs in on the NCNA and Gov. Palin at Motor City Times.
Update 2: Congressman David Dreier (R-CA), on Greta Susteren's FNC show last night, mentioned that Senator John Ensign (R-NV) will be also be working with NCNA.