Mark my words - she will be the first female POTUS
LOL.. Where were these aides when their man was stuttering around and bumbling the bailout package?
She and we need a new political party. We will never get rid of the RINOS.
Hello,I’m Fred Garvin,male prostitute, err I mean political
It was the late-added presence of SARAH which energized an otherwise moribund and apathetic conservative voting base.
It was SARAH who drew record-shattering crowds, everywhere she went on behalf of a sour and ungrateful McCain campaign.
Friendly little word of warning to any/all RINOs out there reading this, and thinking about standing in the way between this woman and the conservative base that adores her, anytime during the next four years:
You're expendable to us. SHE isn't.
Sarah Palin was by far the highlight of this campaign season. She represents me and I wish her and her wonderful family well.
I’d agree with you. But the left sees her as a threat. Which she is. They will continue their character assassination campaign.
The problem was at the top of the ticket. When the primaries were concluded I knew we were sunk.
Now if only I can keep my spirits up during the week so I can get my work done. It doesn’t help that I am surrounded by smug Obama-ites at work. Although they are not gloating in my face (one even tried to clumsily comfort me by praising McCain’s concession speech, not exactly comforting), it is still a bitter pill to swallow, and I don’t think today is going to be much better.
Ditto all of the above! McCain had a pathetic, limp campaign going until he chose Sarah. I would have held my nose and voted for him but on election day, I was happy to cast my vote for Sarah on that ticket.
She saved the McCain campaign the embarassment of losing by a landslide, end of argument.
This is all good. Lines now need to be drawn and the clearer they are, the better.
I’m starting a “dead to me” list.
Did anyone forget she actually has a NEW BABY? She was running and energizing crowds while dealing with a new baby.
I think this is a belated effort to diminish her. This has to be comming from two fronts. One from beltway mccainiacs and poedesta attackers.
BTW McCain followed Dole around in 1996 and apparently THAT was his model for his campaign.
(as for the africa comment, I know a few rap fans who don’t understand africa is a continent not a country)
Let’s all just list **ALL** of the top 20 central figures in the McCain campaign and blame them all for not pointing out the most evil ones in their midst. Hold them accountable and brand them and their credibility for future work, unless/until the most guilty parties are fingered or come forth on their own.
Let’s start with John McCain, himself - make that 21, then.
I’m getting late sleep. Someone start listing every known McCain staffer, please. Keep adding to the list. Maybe we’ll come up with more. Thirty people sucking up campaign contributions?
TOP TWENTY, GUILTY OF NOT OUTING THE EVIL DOERS:
1. John McCain
2. Rick Davis
3. Steve Schmidt
4. ____________ whassisname, McCain’s long time sidekick
5. Michael Goldfarb, whoever that is
etc... go for it!
If you know their positions, list that too. If you don’t want to do it publicly, just sitemail me, so I can list their names in future posts.
She is great. She is ours.
Aside: I wonder how the “intelligentsia” would have dealt with Ronald Reagan—seems to me that Ronaldus Magnus was slimed as well after 1976...so too Barry Goldwater after 1964.
A Palin/Malkin ticket would infuriate the “intelligentsia” (bleep the intelligentsia and the democrat donkey they ride in on); but it would very likely take the Republican party back for us conservatives, all but assure us of the motivated volunteers and donors and punditry we need to return true Republicans to a working majority in Congress; and make for some great fun and battles in the next four years.
To RINOs: Mess with the (pit) bull and you WILL get the horn.
If this were true, don’t they realize that it simply reveals their extremely poor judgement in picking her as the running mate.
No undecided broke for Obama over Palin. That's a joke.
ONE DAY after they win the White House the Dems are busy spreading “Divide & Conquer” dissension amongst Republicans.......
and we FALL FOR IT!
Yesterday, one of the FNC anchors said that Steve Schmidt refused to say that Gov. Palin was a good pick for the ticket. He stammered and said let the pundits decide. He’s suspect #1.