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November 08, 2008

Sarah Palin TV ad by the Our Country Deserves Better Committee

Wild Thing's comment...........

When I watched Obama's acceptance speech, it was bland, unexciting, nothing that would make a person proud of being an American or proud of America. It was as horrible and he is.

What a difference in Obama speaking and even a short video of Sarah Palin in one of her speeches.

There is no way a leftie can make others feel the Anthem in their hearts and the allegiance in their souls to our country like a Conservative.

...Thank you Mark for sending this.

Posted by Wild Thing at November 8, 2008 05:12 PM


In a Rasmusen poll, 69% of Republicans polled believe she carried McCain. then 20% think she hurt the campaign. There were also another 5 % who thought she was good for the campaign. That's a whopping 74% in favor of Sarah Palin.

This is where the purge should begin. Getting rid of that 20%.

Posted by: Mark at November 8, 2008 08:09 PM

It also seemed to me that the media pushed us to watch this dog and pony show and kept slamming Barackoli in our faces. There was no way they were going to let the GOP compete on offense. And sadly, many allowed it to happen. People saw this well dressed, eloquent young man and the grumpy old produce manager from the local grocery store who was too much like everyone's dad. Clothing and the ability to make a speech aren't the true measure of a man. But we could have done much better. We just didn't get the ball off the ground.
Sarah was in no way responsible for this loss. McCain I think should get on tv and apologize to her and this nation for letting us down.
But now we have the ball and we better not lose it like Notre Dame is doing tonight with Boston College. The time for this reaching across the aisle BS is over! The dummys don't do it, why should we?

Posted by: Lynn at November 8, 2008 09:24 PM

The future is now and it is Sarah Palin. She has my vote and support.

Posted by: Les at November 9, 2008 01:14 AM