Skip to comments."She Will Be The First Woman President": Sarah Palin's Sister Talks About Sarah 
Posted on 10/26/2008 4:30:28 PM PDT by TheFourthMagi
Video here. Heather Bruce, Sarah's sister, is inestimably attractive as well.
John McCain must be delighted
I agree with her. Regardless of what happens in November, McCain or Obama will be a one termer. Palin 2012. The train has left the station.
The sister doesn’t say 2012 in the video. Just says she thinks her sister will go on to be the first female President.
2012 wasn’t mentioned in the video.
Nevertheless, if McCain wins, she will be next in line and we will get to see the all-woman contest. Sorry, Mitt-bots, Sarah’s running the show now!
Couldn’t agree more!
McCain is often at his most appealing when speaking about Sarah. You can tell that he adores her and believes in her in much the same way that Sarah’s father does.
Something else that was noticeable early on: The McCains and the Palins all appear to like one another. Never got that impression from the Hussein-Sutoros and the Bidens.
I hope you are right, but I'm afraid he wouldn't. I see another Chavez in the making with him.
Just her luck.
She gets to be the first female President, and BOOM.
The world ends.
2012. The next crisis. Be prepared.
Who else could be in the run up in 2012?
Of course they like each other. Look at Mrs. McCain and Mrs. Palin...they’re hot for their age. Now look at Michelle Obama..well, don’t look but remember her expressions.
I want Governor Sarah Palin as the Presidential nominee and Congressman Mike Pence as her Vice Presidential running mate in 2012.
I like it!
I really like this woman, am not prone to falling under the spell of crowd hysteria, and she no doubt has a few flaws, don't we all? I'm angered that we didn't really get a chance to know more about her before the media and libs started the bashing and and what we all have seen they have done.
I have actually wept real tears over what they have done to her, pray that God will grant her the strength to endure, and that is not me when it comes to any public figure, not that I don't feel bad when bad things happen to them because I do.
I think she is an attractive woman with a nice figure, just don't like her politics. I've never seen a speech yet where she smiles. I try to see what she has come out of, but her anger bothers me. She never looks really happy. I have seen her after her husband has been on stage, and she smiled and seemed warm enough with people she shook hands with.
Michelle be doin’ the angry black thang.
She’s a perfect target for a scathing satirical essay by Tom Wolfe.
Speaking of whom, where is Wolfe during all of this? He must have written something somewhere.
Welcome to FR, JD! Your sign looks great, Gitmo and I’m sure you were the job supervisor on it. :)
Obama and the Dem's are going to game the system and rig future elections so that no opponent will be able to win an election again. Obama may not be POTUS for life but the Dem's will be hold power until “we the people” decide to change things. Of course by then we will have to use sticks and stones when we confront them at the metaphorical barricades (French Revolution)....
I have no problem with that.
Can you see why the left hates her? She is everything they wish they were. And Hillary Rodham Clinton??? Sarah Palin gave her an early retirement.
To be fair to Michelle Obama I don’t know if she smiles or not. I don’t watch anything she does unless it shows up on a website I read or a news report on Fox News. And, the only things I have seen or read about are her more controversial statements. If she ever has a happy day chances are I’m not going to see it. Not that it matters much, I’m not voting for her hubby. I’ll be all kind of unhappy if he gets elected and she’ll just be a double extra helping of sanctimonious ignorance on top of all that. Hardly noticeable .....
LOL! I’ll bet the neighbor believes in Sasquatch and the Yeti too.
Great job! Best political lawn you’ve had yet. And I love your house.
There was an interview where she was being interviewed by a reporter, and I don't have the link, but it was while Hillary was ahead. She said "I don't think those numbers will hold". It left me wondering if it was just a coincidence or she knew something going on behind the scenes in retrospect. She sure was right on that one.
I'll FReepmail the rest of it, you might not want to talk to me after that, what has happened in my life struggling with multi-cultural issues.
That deserves some sort of award.....