Skip to comments.Give Palin more credit
Posted on 02/02/2011 12:33:10 PM PST by 2ndDivisionVet
When Sarah Palin gave her electrifying speech at the RNC convention in 2008, she stole the spotlight from Barack Obama, John McCain surged ahead in the polls and Team Obama panicked! The Democrat attack machine met behind closed doors and concluded that McCain wasn't their problem. It was Sarah Palin they must destroy. With the aid of the liberal media, they orchestrated the most vicious, unwarranted attack ever against a public servant.
This current administration's relentless drive to socialism has driven our cherished republic to the brink of fiscal and moral bankruptcy. A free and prosperous future is under attack and we must elect an extraordinary leader who will enact the tough policies necessary to restore honor, solvency and prosperity to our vulnerable country.
I respectfully ask responsible voters to look beyond the vitriolic press and consider reading about how a young woman elected mayor of Wasilla single-handedly turned a sleepy town into the fastest-growing city in Alaska. Learn how the first woman governor of Alaska became the most popular governor in America, enjoying an approval rating over 80 percent! Investing in the time to unveil the real Sarah Palin, you just might conclude she's the only potential presidential candidate on the political horizon with the backbone, the stature and moral compass to make these tough and sometimes unpopular, but necessary decisions.
As patriotic Americans, we must not allow future generations to be held hostage by the bondage of unsustainable debt, a nation in decline and the mediocrity and hopelessness of socialism. We must look beyond these times of oppression and return to championing freedom and liberty, personal responsibility, American exceptionalism and our entrepreneurial spirit. It's liberty or tyranny, the choice is yours.
Should we give her more credit for being George Washington? Cincinnatus? Reagan? Sir William Wallace? She actually gets a lot of credit from the right, even from those of us who don't support her as a candidate. What most Palin Worshipers want though really is not “credit” at all. They want fellow worshipers or at the very least they allow no criticism as criticism is “PDS”.
Maybe they’re overcompensating due to the scathing 24/7/364 abuse she receives from the MSM, Hollywood, academia, Broadway, the nutroots, RINOs, cable news, the DNC, Soros, and others. Ever think of that?
Dad and I both sent $ to SarahPAC in time for her birthday (2/11).
Watching Sarah Palin’s Alaska gives me goosebumps. Seeing her fire a shotgun is like p0rn hehehe.
GO SARAH, WE LOVE YOU!!!!!!!!!
“They want fellow worshipers or at the very least they allow no criticism as criticism is PDS.”
Although your assessment is true as is with the loyalists of any candidate, the tenor of the Palin critics tends to be suspect as if it has as its objective to dissuade borderline supporters to swith over to a Romney or Huckabee candidacy. I would like to see a Palin Presidency because she has the stones to make a difference whereas the others tend to be the “business as usual” pols who get to Washington and forget about the folks in flyover country.
Give Palin more credit?
Should we give her more credit for being George Washington? Cincinnatus? Reagan? Sir William Wallace? She actually gets a lot of credit from the right, even from those of us who don’t support her as a candidate. What most Palin Worshipers want though really is not credit at all. They want fellow worshipers or at the very least they allow no criticism as criticism is PDS.
PDS is right.
They can’t/won’t criticize her policies, but they do her hair, any misspoke word, her shoes,......
PDS runs rampant, thanks to your media.
Actually I have thought of that. Though not in the same way you put it. There does seem to be a belief that anybody on FR who doesn't support Sarah Palin for president must "hate her". I think part of why that is is that her supporters will find some article from some left wing nut or left wing website that hates her. They'll publish it here on FR. They'll wallow in the hatred the left has for the woman and then extrapolate that any criticism of Palin is "hatred".
If it's my media then I want royalties. Honestly though it's people like you trodding through countless left wing blogs and watching the crap on MSNBC for even a whiff of anti-Palin sentiment so you can post it here on FR. You're the one boosting their hit counts. Really, it's YOUR MEDIA.
Yep. I’ll agree with that. I’d also add, that many opinions of the “conservative” PDS sufferers, were formed back when Sarah had to support her top of the team candidate, a man damn few of us supported.
Unshackled from such requirements, I’ve found her positions to be okay with me. Others mileage may vary and we can quibble about the details, tactics etc., but the outright piss ant attitudes from “conservatives” regarding an American, and a conservative woman, out there fighting the fight against overwhelming odds - AND MAKING A DIFFERENCE - are over the top.
Maybe the problem is nobody can understand how a person can be in favor of saving our country from destruction by socialism, yet opposed to the most tenacious constitutional conservative on the list of potential candidates.
Critique away, just cease smearing and lying about her like a pack of fecking rabid dogs.
I can’t speak for others but tell me ONE LIE I have ever said about Sarah Palin. If you can’t, than you’re a liar.
A reasoned statement like yours deserves a reasoned response.
Again I can't speak for others, only for myself. But calling Sarah Palin, “THE MOST tenacious Constitutional conservative” is not far from the truth. One can make an argument that the “The Most” is subjective of course. But regardless Palin is a Constitutional conservative. She's a good lady. I happen to like her. My personal opposition to her stems from a belief that she won't win the nomination and can't win in the General Election. For that reason there are other Constitutional conservatives I would favor over Palin in the primaries. Make no mistake, if Sarah Palin wins the nomination not only will I vote for her but I'll put her bumper sticker in my window and her sign in my yard.
I recognize your right to express this opinion.
But it’s a bit of a challenge to relate to it. At times (though not necessarily with regard to yours in particular) this sort of response to Palin appears suspect, because the most common strategy in any campaign battle—without exception—is to deny your opponent’s electability.
I totally agree....
I’m all for a Palin presidency, however, I don’t worship her, and I seriously doubt that others do either. I worship God, otherwise, I would be guilty of worshipping an idol.
Just who do you think is more suited in these troubling times to lead our country back to sanity? None, that I can think of, and yes, I’ve considered other candidates. Your loathing is peeking through your words. It doesn’t seem that you can look at what she has accomplished, and who she is. Therefore, I have to conclude that you look at the mess this country is in through blinders.
Sounds good, but it will never happen unless we have a single dominant culture at the core of our society. That is something we don't have right now, and until we do (if we ever do again) things will keep getting worse.
Criticizing Sarah Palin is the same as criticizing Ronald Reagan! Only difference is it’s 33 years later!
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