Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Palin draws 60,000 = press ignores her

Sarah Palin drew a crowd of over 60,000 people in Florida the other day.

The reaction of the press- ho hum.

Ask yourself where did you hear about the crowds.

Did you hear about the 18,000 who met her in Colorado Springs?

And she did not have to hire a rock band to draw the people.

Let me predict that the way that the mainstream media is going to deal with Palin from now on is to ignore her. They think that she is simply a creation of their obsession and if they do not talk about her, she will go away.

The truth is that Gov. Sarah Palin strikes a chord with all Americans.
She loves her country in an honest forthright way.
She believes in God and is not afraid to say she wants to do His will.
She loves life, born and unborn, and family and her husband and her children.
She became governor not through marriage, or by knowing the powers that be, or by eliminating the competition through the old boys' network, but with hard work and an honest message of reform.

She continues to surprise everyone. She is the Alaskan Avalanche.

Now keep passing the word that Sarah Palin has the media shaking in their collective boots.

And make sure everyone is registered to vote.


At 7:56 PM, Anonymous Derek said...


Palin's pick as VP will doom McCain. She has proven in interviews to have no where near the intelligence needed to be VP, or possibly the President! Think about it. The campaign won't let her do interviews, when she does them she claims her foreign policy expierence is being able to see Russia and that she has negotiated "trade missions" with them.

When she recently spoke with Katie Couric a memo was released noting that when asked to discuss any Supreme Court Case other than Roe v. Wade, she didn't say anything! She couldn't think of a single other case!

My hopes for a pro-life administration being elected this fall are very dim. Perhaps this will not be the way to end abortion in America.

At 9:27 PM, Blogger John J. Jakubczyk said...

Lets be candid. She has been over-prepared and she did not do well in the CBS interview. It happens. The McCain campaign has got to let her be who she is. That is what people will want to see and if she is asked a question with which she is unfamiliar, she should say so. i listened to her today on the radio and she sounded more natural and more relaxed.
I just compare her with Joe Biden and Barack Obama and she looks fine.


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