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Posted on 10/21/2008 5:20:43 AM PDT by conservativesisterEdited on 10/21/2008 5:39:46 AM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
Yesterday Rush said the reason the "they" commitee (as in Noonan and company) doesn't like Sarah Palin is because of her grammar and speaking. She drops her "g" when saying good morning. You know this really has me pissed, who do these hippocrites think they are. Are they afraid of BEAUTY because anyone can learn to speak.........Beauty, Elegance and Grace are attributes they lack and Sarah has.
You can take a cow pie, dry it out, paint it up, put a wig on it and it's still old dried up [crap]!!!
It's the same nutty fruitcake story you get from every entrenched bureaucracy.
Did you see Joe the Plumber prove Alan Colmes wasn't smarter than a Plumber last night?
I heard Rush say this and it’s true. My best friend in DC who’s a conservative, said she was the wrong pick because she’s a “country bumpkin”. I told my pal that he was walking on thin ice with his comments and that he was becoming an “inside the beltway elitist”. He agreed and apologized. A conservative can see the error of his ways, a liberal is blind.
The purpose of speaking is communication. I would say that Sarah communicates better than any elite. Who would you rather sit down with to have a frank face to face conversation?
It is very easy to speak when you are talking about your own closely held values and principles. If you listen to an elite speak, you just come away asking; “what the heck are they talking about.” You always know what Sarah is saying. No “nuance” in her.
I would listen to 100 hours of Sarah over 1 hour of Mark Arum or Peggy Noonan.
I want someone who has run a business to be in the Whitehouse and I would love for congress to be dominated by former and current small business owners. That would shake up Washington and get our nation back on track.
Yes, I can admit my spelling was wrong. I guess you’ve just shown me!!!
Sorry! I didn’t use to be like this until I join FR.
Glad to be of help. (I guess)