Skip to comments.Ann Coulter: I Nominate Sarah Palin as Time's Person of the Year 2008
Posted on 12/12/2008 9:50:39 AM PST by lewisglad
Ann Coulter Conservative best-selling author
I name Sarah Palin for her genius at annoying all the right people. I haven't seen liberals so enraged by a woman since me. Once John McCain was nominated, the election was a snoozefest until our hero bounded out of the Alaskan tundra. Palin is wildly interesting, charismatic and charming, so Democrats fixated on her inexperience--meaning she is only five times as experienced as our next President.
Ron Paul Texas Congressman and 2008 Republican presidential candidate
Amid a horrific financial crisis, all we hear are calls for more of the money-printing, spending and subsidies that created this mess. So I choose my great teacher, Ludwig von Mises, champion of the Austrian School of economics, who taught us how a central bank like the Fed causes booms and busts and how to build prosperity through sound money and economic freedom.
Dara Torres First U.S. swimmer to make five Olympic teams
It sounds like a cliché, but in times of turmoil, stick with those who provide inspiration, comfort and love. That is what Oprah Winfrey has always done for me. Whether it is insight into the things I feel as a person, a woman, a mom or a citizen of this world, I always know where to turn when I'm confused or unsure.
Muhammad Yunus Nobel Peace Prize-winning economics professor whose pioneering Grameen Bank fights poverty with microcredit
I nominate Barack Obama. He has galvanized the people of the U.S. and inspired the whole world. Young folks everywhere see him as a symbol of hope. Amid all the terrible news about such calamities as the financial crisis and the food crisis, he stands out as the overwhelming good news. He can create history by setting the political and economic tone for the 21st century.
(Excerpt) Read more at time.com ...
“TIME” is still in business?
For how many more weeks?
That way they can delete their "mistakes" when necessary.
Not all of us, sunshine.
As good as Sarah is, there are truly two persons, or entities this year. They are the Republican party and the nation’s MSM which unwittingly combined to facilitate the likes of Obama gaining control of this nation.
Four or eight years from now, it will be known if they destroyed this nation or not. And thus they had the most impact on the nation, this time for the worst.
and that definitely means Sarah is doing something right :)
Dara Torres said that about O the First, not Ann (not too clear with the formatting).
Ann didn’t make that statement.
I can’t wait for Sarah to be prez. and Ann as vp. or the other way ‘round, I don’t care either way is an over the top turbocharged nightmare for all evil f’s all around the world.
Sounds like Sarah and Ann should get together for lunch sometime!
I just know if these two pair up, look out world!
Only two pictures.
Joe the Plumber: he exposed the truth that the Democrat Party is not the party of the ‘little guy’.
I emailed the NRA yesterday, and suggested that Gov. Palin be invited to address their convention on May 15-17th, in Denver. I’ve read they are expecting as many as 65,000 to attend during that 3 day period. The person who responded said that my suggestion would be forwarded up the line. I also emailed the March for Life organizers, and suggested that they invite Gov. Palin, no response from them yet. I’ve read that they are hoping for about 200 to 250,000 this year. I said in my email that if Gov. Palin attended they would get a lot more people to come.
You got it right, but I see it as a bonus. Granted when I first heard about Ms Sarah being a possible nominee, her beauty was just too easy to fixate on with my petty one track mind. However, after careful study her philosophy became much more attractive. I happen to be lucky enough to have a similarly beautiful and philosophically grounded woman love and respect me, so naturally I'm biased.
Stop right here...I don't need to read any further. I know who he's gonna nominate.
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