Skip to comments.Thank you John McCain and Sarah Palin
Posted on 11/04/2008 4:30:25 AM PST by DocT111
Let me be the first to say thank you John McCain for all that you have done for our country.
Thank you for running an honorable and dignified campaign.
Thank you most of all for introducing Sarah Palin to the USA. She is the standard bearer for conservatives who understands the American people. She is a special woman who will be the first female POTUS.
Thank you Sarah Palin for being John McCain's running mate. Thank you for spending the time to talk to us and to understand our issues. You are a phenomenal lady, a class act, and a role model for all females in the USA and the world to emulate.
Thank you for a job well done. Regardless of the outcome of this election, both of you have my respect and admiration.
God bless them and their Families!
John and Sarah will be in my prayers throughout the day.
Sarah is the reason I am voting for John McCain.
And I was very impressed with McCain’s stamina these last three days. For 72 years old, he has been phenomal.
And Sarah has been terrific. She is a natural. She is also a PRoverbs 31 woman, as well as our modern day Esther.
Now it is up to us. Get your family, friends, neighbors out to vote. And tell them why voting for McCain is critical to their future and America’s future.
God bless both of them and their families; they’ve taken an incredible amount of media abuse during the past few months.
Thank you to Sarah and her wonderful family.
Very well said.
AMEN to that!
I join with all of you and thank you Sarah for all you have done! Wow the grueling schedule John AND Cindy Mccain kept up with, (Cindy was by his side the entire time!)
Job well done!
WIN or lose thanks for giving it your ALL!!
BTW I joined “Team Sarah”
Either way I’m writing a letter to the Senator and to the Governor tomorrow of thank you.
Sarah Palin was a Godsend. McCain ran an AWFUL campaign, and I’ll never say a good thing about him again. Sorry... He cost us an election.
I'm looking forward to seeing Sarah sworn in as the first female VP.
Good topic - and loved the commentary!
My first vote marked with the highs and lows and confusion but overriding all the angst I feel privileged to have at least been a tiny part of the process.
Additionally, we have been introduced to a lovely woman who has raised the bar for women and young girls all over our nation who aspire to political office.
No matter what course John McCain flies, he will always be the pilot who lands and survives. He has given much more to our nation than many of us will have an opportunity to do. A lifetime of service to us all - An American Hero.
And that's after Obama will have to face a Republican Congress after 2010.
Regardless of what happens today we have a rising star and a deep bench in the conservative movement. If we lose today we go into exile, hunker down, save our money, trim our payrolls, cut back our spending and get really good accountants. The Republic has survived wars, depressions and other things worse than a 145lb Communist from Chicago. I was impressed by Senator McCain’s vigor and his inspired choice with Sarah Palin. She truly is the future and we have good things on the horizon. Being a fatalistic codger is not the American way and I will not succumb to it. Would Reagan quit? It’s just not in our DNA to be quitters , we leave that for the parasite class and why no Obama can ever save them, why no amount of government will ever be enough.
IF and that’s a big if the country slips into a deep recession or worse, Bush and his administration will take the blame(thank you media and the socialist) Every day we will be bombarded with how obammmma is trying to turn the country around, but it will take at least 6 years(giving the mutt another term).
Please vote today for truth,freedom and liberty
Amen, Sarah is a shining inspiration for American, and my prayers and lonely vote is with her. May God bless and protect her and our great nation.
Here, here and amen,
A job well done from the oldest to the smallest.
I am proud of the job they have all done.
Sarah Palin. You have given us conservatives hope for the future even if we lose today. I'd like to thank Todd Palin for standing by her side.
I'm not giving up though. I believe McCain will win. Then Sarah becomes the favorite to be our next candidate for president. Voter fraud. At least it's out in the open now. We know dead people have been voting in past elections. Maybe that will be fixed by the next election.
If Obama wins, he's got so many scandals to bring with him that he'll make make The Clinton Administration look like the “most ethical in history”. I'll predict he won't get reelected in 4 years.
At last! A vanity I heartily agree with. God bless Sarah Palin and John McCain. If this election should go south, we have not seen the last of Sarah either, thank you for awakening real conservatives Governor!
No matter what happens . . .you have to admire the work of this team.
Thanks for all your work.
Hope to see you in the White House soon.
While I’m still lukewarm on John McCain, Sarah Palin has fired me up like no one since Ronald Reagan. I look for great things from this woman in the future. If the Republican Party doesn’t make her their standardbearer, then they are a bunch of blind fools.
Thanks for this thread. And yes, thanks to the McCain’s and the Palin’s who have been two great American Families , giving it their best and their all. I too appreciate their efforts and hope they win tonight.
Thank you. Clinging and praying for the best outcome for our great country.
In fact, watch for Obama to distance himself a LONG way from his Chicago political roots, given that many Democrats don't like Chicago politics. He saw what happened to the Clintons with the Whitewater and health plan fiascos; the last thing he wants is a "ball and chain" of his past Chicago friends to haunt him right through the first 15 months of his administration (providing he wins).
I’ve watched most of her rallies these last few days and she has been awesome. I honestly don’t know how she stays so positive with all of the negative media surrounding her. May God bless she and her family. I swear I would not have blamed her for not wanting to put her family through this. She hung in there for the duration and I’m so glad she did. She just may be the one to save this country!
Very well said one and all.
I agree that the McCain campaign was not brilliantly run. But McCain did ONE thing perfectly and should be eternally thanked for it: he chose Sarah Palin.
I still think that she and her incredible effort, and the enthusiasm she generated, may yet prove enough to get them across the goal line. I think she single-handedly rejuvenated McCain and enabled him to finish as strong as he did.
Behind every successful man there’s a good woman. McCain had at least two of them in this effort.
I have already PROUDLY cast my ballot for the most wonderful woman in the land: Sarah Palin (and her honorable running mate, John McCain).
May God continue to bless America. And thank God for Sarah.