Skip to comments.McCain/Palin live rallies coming at 1:15 AM Central time on CNN
Posted on 11/03/2008 11:11:18 PM PST by jsdjason
Tune into CNN if you can bare it. Palin and Mac both have rallies coming on soon.
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Palin just introduced:
Dang! They’re giving the energizer bunny a run for the money.
I showed Sarah how to field dress a moose, tomorrow she’s going to field dress a donkey.
Wow, Sarah’s last rally... she is amazing. God help us, I hope we see her tomorrow night celebrating w/ McCain.
It’s great her whole family there...she’s got to be exhausted and also losing her voice, but just keeps going.. No matter what happens tomorrow, I hope and pray she is with us for a LONG LONG time.
We LOVE YOU SARAH!!!
I’ve watched so many of these rallies and it’s hard to believe that this is the last one. God bless Sarah Palin!
It’s amazing how on message she is at 1:30 in the morning, 11:30 Nevada time. She is what we need. I already voted for Palin, you should do the same.
Their last day, 7 state swing (mccain) blows the libs out of the water on their “old geezer”, “frail”, “feeble man who may die right after taking office claim”. McCain has put in at least 18 hour days, with not much sleep and he sure looks and acts like he feels really good. When I don’t get one night’s sleep, I look and feel like crap and I’m really lethargic.
I’m 30 years younger than he is and I know that I couldn’t keep up with that pace.
Looks like McCain is getting ready to start his rally in AZ within a few minutes.
Here comes Mac!
CNN has switched to the McCain rally now. Cindy is currently introducing John.
God bless John and Cindy McCain, Sarah and Todd Palin, and their families. Lord, please grant them rest, good health, renewed voices, and above all,
I and my wife already voted McCain/Palin, and my sister told me last night that they are voting GOP tomorrow for the first time since Reagan. Her hubby is a diehard donk, and turned my sister, but even he cannot stomach the idea of an Obama presidency.
“Tomorrow I’m going to be President of The United States.”
McCain sounds kinda hoarse. I would be, too.
Watching McCain rally in my home state. Thank goodness the anchors aren’t on making faces or comments.
Oh goody. Fox News has picked up live coverage.
I had both rallies going and they both finished speaking at almost precisely the same time.
whatever happens tomorrow......I think its a McPalin win....but whatever, its been a pleasure freeping with you guys....the only sanity sometimes in this world...can't watch too much tv and radio is for the daytime.....
EAGLES UP!...ONWARD TO VICTORY!
Hopefully these three factors are being underestimated tomorrow:
3. Bradley Effect
Yuppers! They had to install a revolving door on the airplane to keep up with Sarah!
Palin gave an historic speech.
In the few short weeks of this campaign, she is now a seasoned warrior.
In some ways this, her last speech before the election, was the perfect book end to her first speeches — at RNC and intro in Ohio.
Lord bless this woman. Lord have mercy on this country. Lord help in this election; may YOUR man be put in office. Help us o God!
If Sarah knew she was going to lose tomorrow, she sure didn’t show it in her speech. It was as rousing and inspiring as she has ever given. In sports terms Sarah left everything on the field of play. She has nothing more to give. She has laid it on the line for the people of America and her country over the last two months, never wavering in her dedication and resolve to improve the possiblity of John McCain becoming POTUS. Thank God for Sarah. Tomorrow let us all show Sarah how much we love her by voting for John McCain and by convincing our relatives, friends, and neighbors to likewise do so. Stand up for America, one and all.
Close enough, I guess.
Just heard on the TV news tonight (in L.A.) that both McCain and Palin will do some campaigning Tuesday as well!!!! Talk about energizer bunnies!!!
The Zero is back in Chicago tonight after a few rallies today. No mention of him campaigning tomorrow at all.
Boy, John sounds confident. I know one thing if he pulls this off after being down and out in September of 2007, this will go down as the greatest comeback in the history of American politics and Sarah Palin will go down as the greatest VP pick since Teddy Roosevelt in 1900.
He probably said “elected”, I was listening to both rallies at the same time.
McCain will be in Grand Junction, CO at 8 AM. No rest for the weary.
Obama is doing an event in Indiana today and then over to Chicago.
Wasting his time in Ind.
And muslim,terrorist,WRIGHT AYERS ODINGA AMADINEJAD...effects are also underestimated
I don’t count on PUMA and I’d hope we are genuinely past the Bradley Effect. But I can see a win attributed entirely to Palin’s enthusiasm.
Agreed. Indiana goes to McCain easily.